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December 20, 2016, 04:43:01 AM
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Q2: Can old machines be used to pool mine bipcoin? I am going to try to use an old 2Ghz system with 3GB RAM running a single core AMD 64 bit CPU. It's pretty snappy with Ubuntu 14.04 but that CPU is quite old. Tho mobo in that system has an integrated GPU, so if the wolf miner will work on that system it might produce a better hash rate than a CPU miner would.

Don't bother. To say the result will be disappointing is an understatement. Even core 2 chips are not worth it, as is the case too with anything older than sandy bridge.

Also, cryptonight GPU mining is not that much more efficient than cpu, even for dedicated cards, which is why such coins are a favorite among cpu miners. I doubt that integrated gpu will even work for mining.

Thanks for the info. From my research Sandy Bridge came out in 2007, so that is 10 years old now. My source is wikipedia, so it could be inaccurate / wrong.

I had my doubts about mining with this old system. It might be good to put a few words on the bipcoin mining page stating mining isn't practical on systems older than X years. Sandy Bridge being 10 years old is a rather big age limit, but you'd be surprised how many people squeeze out every last drop of use from old systems.

Actually, sandy bridge was released in 2011. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Bridge
And even in the page you link I could not find a 2007 reference to it.

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Unlike many coins, we spend a lot of time on writing high-quality and easy to follow tech tutorials to simplify explaining things most coins don't bother explaining....

Perhaps for Windoze noobs, but there are gaps in the steps for linux users on how to mine, like how to select the correct YAM file to download off mega-dl site for the CPU being used to mine with.

Q1: Why do you use the proprietary YAM miner in your tut? According to Atithasos it takes 2.5% of the proceeds. Atithasos says the lucas jones (wolf miner) can also be used, but it's a GPU miner not a CPU miner. I'll check into it. It requires compilation but that should be no problem. I do understand why you don't get into detailed instructions for linux users, most of whom probably already know how to mine, compile and use cmd line tools. A few words might be nice for those that are new to it tho.

Q2: Can old machines be used to pool mine bipcoin? I am going to try to use an old 2Ghz system with 3GB RAM running a single core AMD 64 bit CPU. It's pretty snappy with Ubuntu 14.04 but that CPU is quite old. Tho mobo in that system has an integrated GPU, so if the wolf miner will work on that system it might produce a better hash rate than a CPU miner would.

Yam is better for CPU mining if you run it as root in linux or administrator in windows.. Since now it gives you 20% more hashing power.
Yam takes 2.5% of the share hashing power to mine the coin that you choose /xmr  at the end of your address. This means nothing for me due to the power that you have. is the most efficient CPU miner since now.
There is also the cgminer right now but i have not tested. cgminer is CPU and GPU miner.
More info about sgminer you can find here
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1612329.0
GPU mining is not for integrated video cards.
 

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December 20, 2016, 07:37:32 AM
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this post is just to follow the thread easily (subscribed)

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December 20, 2016, 09:03:04 AM
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this post is just to follow the thread easily (subscribed)

excellent. Thank you for your service, slb.

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Perhaps for Windoze noobs, but there are gaps in the steps for linux users on how to mine, like how to select the correct YAM file to download off mega-dl site for the CPU being used to mine with.

Q1: Why do you use the proprietary YAM miner in your tut? According to Atithasos it takes 2.5% of the proceeds. Atithasos says the lucas jones (wolf miner) can also be used, but it's a GPU miner not a CPU miner. I'll check into it. It requires compilation but that should be no problem. I do understand why you don't get into detailed instructions for linux users, most of whom probably already know how to mine, compile and use cmd line tools. A few words might be nice for those that are new to it tho.

Q2: Can old machines be used to pool mine bipcoin? I am going to try to use an old 2Ghz system with 3GB RAM running a single core AMD 64 bit CPU. It's pretty snappy with Ubuntu 14.04 but that CPU is quite old. Tho mobo in that system has an integrated GPU, so if the wolf miner will work on that system it might produce a better hash rate than a CPU miner would.

Yam is better for CPU mining if you run it as root in linux or administrator in windows.. Since now it gives you 20% more hashing power.
Yam takes 2.5% of the share hashing power to mine the coin that you choose /xmr  at the end of your address. This means nothing for me due to the power that you have. is the most efficient CPU miner since now.
There is also the cgminer right now but i have not tested. cgminer is CPU and GPU miner.
More info about cgminer you can find here
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1612329.0
GPU mining is not for integrated video cards.
 

Thanks man.

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December 20, 2016, 10:28:58 AM
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Q1: Why do you use the proprietary YAM miner in your tut? According to Atithasos it takes 2.5% of the proceeds. Atithasos says the lucas jones (wolf miner) can also be used, but it's a GPU miner not a CPU miner. .....

Good point. Thank you.

On our mining tut:
https://bipcoin.org/?p=1162

It did already say "We’re only going to cover one miner, YAM. But YAM is easy to use, and efficient. I’m only going to show the basics of YAM. But once you’ve run it, tweaking it for optimization, or running any other miners will be easy."

It now says:
"We're only going to cover one miner, YAM. But YAM is easy to use for beginners, and efficient. I'm only going to show the basics of YAM. But once you've run it, tweaking it for optimization, or running any other miners will be easy."

"YAM does use 2.5% of your mining power for the creator of the program to mine XMR. But also, that's more than made up for using out "Run As Administrator" step, which gives you 10% - 50% more hashing power. For more info and if you have a good GPU rig, read this and follow the link there: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1720595.msg17238744#msg17238744 "




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December 20, 2016, 08:34:21 PM
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Yam is better for CPU mining if you run it as root in linux or administrator in windows.. Since now it gives you 20% more hashing power.


does this also work running the command with sudo?

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December 21, 2016, 02:38:46 AM
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Yam is better for CPU mining if you run it as root in linux or administrator in windows.. Since now it gives you 20% more hashing power.


does this also work running the command with sudo?

It should.  Sudo is almost equivalent to being root. I think the only difference is some variables that carry over from the user account, but I doubt that would prevent Yam from running at full power.
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December 21, 2016, 03:38:11 AM
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if that's the case then there is no hash rate difference for me.

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December 21, 2016, 07:59:00 AM
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if that's the case then there is no hash rate difference for me.
Are you login with root??

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December 21, 2016, 08:00:16 AM
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if that's the case then there is no hash rate difference for me.
Are you login with root??

He shouldn't have to, using sudo should be enough.
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December 21, 2016, 10:25:43 AM
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with which alg miner i can mining?

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December 22, 2016, 11:58:04 AM
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with which alg miner i can mining?

no sure the question. Algo is CryptoNight.
Mining info is here:
https://bipcoin.org/?p=1162

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December 22, 2016, 12:11:47 PM
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with which alg miner i can mining?

no sure the question. Algo is CryptoNight.
Mining info is here:
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nerver heard of that. thx

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December 22, 2016, 08:10:31 PM
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Cryptonote coin with DNS sounds interesting. I put some hash power on this one and may buy some as well if I can get a good price.
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Hey bros I heard this coin is backed by Michael Douglas.
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December 22, 2016, 08:13:55 PM
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any bounty your relaunch coin dev
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December 22, 2016, 09:37:43 PM
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New thread?

Pepe needs to be a part in all this!

Worms indeed!



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December 23, 2016, 04:45:53 AM
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any bounty your relaunch coin dev
signature campaign and social media campaign

LOL. People don't even read the threads.
They just visit all new ann threads asking for bounties.

This isn't a relaunch

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December 23, 2016, 04:49:19 AM
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any bounty your relaunch coin dev
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LOL. People don't even read the threads.
They just visit all new ann threads asking for bounties.

This isn't a relaunch

I know. And they certianly don't look at the website, on our section on "why we don't have money for bounties, and why we're not paying for translations."

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