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Author Topic: [MOON] Mooncoin 🌙 40395 funded addresses. 2,000,729 txs. 5 block explorers  (Read 239518 times)
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May 24, 2017, 02:37:14 AM
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Guys. There is so many Moon coins. Do you think this coin can go up to 5 cents a coin eventually?

It's so early in the history of cryptocurrencies, why wouldn't it hit 5 cents or more? Maybe later this year or next?

Admittedly, I am somewhat ignorant of how these things work. But I'm a gambler ... if you can get a lot of something extremely cheap.... well, I like to take a long-shot bet now and then.

And then I look at the website, mooncoin.com... It was just totally upgraded in the past few months, and it looks MANY TIMES better than it did, and it looks very credible.

And it looks like there's a real effort and project behind it to make this a serious, respectable, investable coin. At least that's my impression.

I'm also thinking the association with the moon gives it special appeal, to many different people and cultures, for a lot of different reasons.

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May 24, 2017, 04:35:13 AM
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Oh i see thanks

Yes, I'm currently hashing about 2.50 MH, however, the lower the hashrate, the longer the it takes to find a block reward, on the other hand, the higher the hashpower, the quicker the reward. Ex, when I hashed at 250 MH, I received a reward about every 30 minutes, roughly 120,000 Moon.
Is there a way to give an estimate as to how much hash power mooncoin needs to prevent the chain grinding to halt every once in a while? Of course transactions will go through but the 90s block time is not met currently with current hash power. Is it some kind of multi pool that switches to moon coin for very short periods of time?

That's a great question, I'm not sure. However, a little over a week ago I was hashing 1 GH for 18 hrs, I recall the block chain moving a lot faster during that period. But it would be nice to find what hashrate is required to keep the chain moving efficiently without over paying.

It's not about the hashrate as such. It is all about how constant the hashrate is kept (that's why it went OK, when you dedicated 1 GH/sec., as this is already expensive for the current price, so the big hopping miners don't dare to mine and keep away).
The problem at the moment is, that big miners switch on to the Moonchain if the difficulty is low, so the next three to ten blocks are found within a minute or two. Then the algo raises the difficulty to adjust the block time back to 90 seconds on average. As soon as the big miner (farm) realizes this, they hop to the next coin to take advantage of the low diff on that chain. They run scripts to constantly check, which coin is the cheapest for them to mine at any given time. The much smaller miners with 2-10 MH/sec. or so then have to mine at the high difficulty, until they find the next block and the algo can calculate the next (much lower) difficulty for finding the next block. Finding the next block after the biggies dropped Mooncoin takes a long time now, of course, because the hashrate is much lower. However, just in that moment the script of the biggies has already recognized the dropped difficulty, too and they jump on again. And the game starts over and over again. They will, however, only dedicate just as much hashrate as needed to get some cheap rewards, so it does not matter, if the hashrate is low or high, it is all only relative - for them; they have enough horsepower and the calculation-scripts to drive Mooncoin crazy with this, even with the improved DigiShield which is already faster than the previously used KGW. They just calculate the right amount to mine as cheap as possible and off they are until it's cheap (for them) again. That is what we can see at the moment. This would only end, if Mooncoin gets in to Litecoin-spheres, with hashrates so high. that no one of those biggies is relevant anymore and the hashrate is nearly constant over long periods of time, because joining and leaving miners of any size nearly don't matter. That is exactly why we need to think PoW over and switch to PoS - or at least change the algo to something that prevents ASICs from distrubing MOONs blockchain. There's a reason why so many coins don't use scrypt anymore nowadays or have switched to PoS or a combination of PoW and PoS.

Understood, so until POW/POS or another algo is implemented, is there anything that we could do other than over pay for mining to keep constant movement? As the Moon community grows I'm sure there are some temporary options right?

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May 24, 2017, 06:51:18 AM
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HELP!

I've got Mooncoin Core Wallet, and it has worked well, but now it doesn't seem to finish loading. I get the message...

"No block Source Available"

The green processing bar says, "3 hours behind"

but it is stuck.

Is there a known solution to this problem?


Thanks,
IsleofMoon


Same happening to my wallet it is stuck at 3 hours behind

Just add this to your mooncoin.conf


addnode=5.9.39.9
addnode=213.169.33.11
addnode=54.203.38.135
addnode=50.204.87.222
addnode=157.161.128.59
addnode=5.45.105.66
addnode=46.105.39.103
addnode=37.120.168.233

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May 24, 2017, 10:26:23 AM
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HELP!

I've got Mooncoin Core Wallet, and it has worked well, but now it doesn't seem to finish loading. I get the message...

"No block Source Available"

The green processing bar says, "3 hours behind"

but it is stuck.

Is there a known solution to this problem?


Thanks,
IsleofMoon


Same happening to my wallet it is stuck at 3 hours behind

Just add this to your mooncoin.conf


addnode=5.9.39.9
addnode=213.169.33.11
addnode=54.203.38.135
addnode=50.204.87.222
addnode=157.161.128.59
addnode=5.45.105.66
addnode=46.105.39.103
addnode=37.120.168.233



Thanks now my wallet is full sync
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May 24, 2017, 10:27:33 AM
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Am closely following the price movement of Moon - On bleutrade. Sell wall for Moon/BTC is down to 17btc this morning at 1 sat. Also the Moon/DOGE 's price is going up. I predict that by tomorrow , we ll have DOGE at 2-3 sats already. Too bad vols are not very high. I  personally like the Moonword project - and seems solid - price DEFINITELY not reflecting fundamentals, especially when compared with DOGE.

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May 24, 2017, 11:12:18 AM
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Am closely following the price movement of Moon - On bleutrade. Sell wall for Moon/BTC is down to 17btc this morning at 1 sat. Also the Moon/DOGE 's price is going up. I predict that by tomorrow , we ll have DOGE at 2-3 sats already. Too bad vols are not very high. I  personally like the Moonword project - and seems solid - price DEFINITELY not reflecting fundamentals, especially when compared with DOGE.

I was just having a thought on a Discord channel about the potential usefulness for SmartLikes working really well in parallel
wth REDD-ID (Reddcoin) and their ability to tip anyone on any social platform. Could be a snowball effect.

Anyways, once my BTC gets past the pending stage on Bleu I'm gonna knock that wall down another 3 notches. Cheesy

Barrysty1e, if you're reading any of this, I highly suggest preparing some sort of public statement for the future of Mooncoin
soon. Maybe make a roadmap for implementation and etc. People are going to want to know that this is a serious coin and not
some p&d special.
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May 24, 2017, 11:27:57 AM
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Hey yeah
 It a good idea need a white paper on website it's look very good coin.
Moon is an old one!
A Veteran cryptocurrency never die!

It take time and sky rocket i buy it too .
Optimist
 there is many good stuff, need more people more developer more miner more trader more exchange :p and for Moon and everything could be possible.

I ask bittrex to add Moon, we should all ask to all exchange we known, more ask they will have more chance to be add.
Moon was known in 2013

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May 24, 2017, 11:45:27 AM
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Oh i see thanks

Yes, I'm currently hashing about 2.50 MH, however, the lower the hashrate, the longer the it takes to find a block reward, on the other hand, the higher the hashpower, the quicker the reward. Ex, when I hashed at 250 MH, I received a reward about every 30 minutes, roughly 120,000 Moon.
Is there a way to give an estimate as to how much hash power mooncoin needs to prevent the chain grinding to halt every once in a while? Of course transactions will go through but the 90s block time is not met currently with current hash power. Is it some kind of multi pool that switches to moon coin for very short periods of time?

That's a great question, I'm not sure. However, a little over a week ago I was hashing 1 GH for 18 hrs, I recall the block chain moving a lot faster during that period. But it would be nice to find what hashrate is required to keep the chain moving efficiently without over paying.

It's not about the hashrate as such. It is all about how constant the hashrate is kept (that's why it went OK, when you dedicated 1 GH/sec., as this is already expensive for the current price, so the big hopping miners don't dare to mine and keep away).
The problem at the moment is, that big miners switch on to the Moonchain if the difficulty is low, so the next three to ten blocks are found within a minute or two. Then the algo raises the difficulty to adjust the block time back to 90 seconds on average. As soon as the big miner (farm) realizes this, they hop to the next coin to take advantage of the low diff on that chain. They run scripts to constantly check, which coin is the cheapest for them to mine at any given time. The much smaller miners with 2-10 MH/sec. or so then have to mine at the high difficulty, until they find the next block and the algo can calculate the next (much lower) difficulty for finding the next block. Finding the next block after the biggies dropped Mooncoin takes a long time now, of course, because the hashrate is much lower. However, just in that moment the script of the biggies has already recognized the dropped difficulty, too and they jump on again. And the game starts over and over again. They will, however, only dedicate just as much hashrate as needed to get some cheap rewards, so it does not matter, if the hashrate is low or high, it is all only relative - for them; they have enough horsepower and the calculation-scripts to drive Mooncoin crazy with this, even with the improved DigiShield which is already faster than the previously used KGW. They just calculate the right amount to mine as cheap as possible and off they are until it's cheap (for them) again. That is what we can see at the moment. This would only end, if Mooncoin gets in to Litecoin-spheres, with hashrates so high. that no one of those biggies is relevant anymore and the hashrate is nearly constant over long periods of time, because joining and leaving miners of any size nearly don't matter. That is exactly why we need to think PoW over and switch to PoS - or at least change the algo to something that prevents ASICs from distrubing MOONs blockchain. There's a reason why so many coins don't use scrypt anymore nowadays or have switched to PoS or a combination of PoW and PoS.

Understood, so until POW/POS or another algo is implemented, is there anything that we could do other than over pay for mining to keep constant movement? As the Moon community grows I'm sure there are some temporary options right?

At the moment there are three options:

1. Buy MOON to drive the price up, so that many, many more miners will start to mine MOON, as it gets profitable for them
2. Rent hashing-power (scrypt) at www.nicehash.com or www.miningrigrentals.com and point this to a Mooncoin-pool
3. If you are a miner and believe in the future of Mooncoin, point your miner to one of the pools, even if it may not be your most profitable target-coin and keep the coins, until the price has risen drastically and one can profit from that

The pools:

http://moonrush.org
http://aikapool.com
http://multipool.us
https://hash-to-coins.com
http://5.45.105.66:9664 (P2Pool)
http://mining.securepayment.cc
www.mining-dutch.nl
www.coincave.nl

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May 24, 2017, 12:17:41 PM
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HELP!

I've got Mooncoin Core Wallet, and it has worked well, but now it doesn't seem to finish loading. I get the message...

"No block Source Available"

The green processing bar says, "3 hours behind"

but it is stuck.

Is there a known solution to this problem?


Thanks,
IsleofMoon


Same happening to my wallet it is stuck at 3 hours behind

Just add this to your mooncoin.conf


addnode=5.9.39.9
addnode=213.169.33.11
addnode=54.203.38.135
addnode=50.204.87.222
addnode=157.161.128.59
addnode=5.45.105.66
addnode=46.105.39.103
addnode=37.120.168.233



Thanks midmir! I really appreciate your reply.

I actually didn't even have a mooncoin.conf file, so I just created a new one with those addnodes.

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May 24, 2017, 12:27:02 PM
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HELP!

I've got Mooncoin Core Wallet, and it has worked well, but now it doesn't seem to finish loading. I get the message...

"No block Source Available"

The green processing bar says, "3 hours behind"

but it is stuck.

Is there a known solution to this problem?


Thanks,
IsleofMoon


Same happening to my wallet it is stuck at 3 hours behind

Just add this to your mooncoin.conf


addnode=5.9.39.9
addnode=213.169.33.11
addnode=54.203.38.135
addnode=50.204.87.222
addnode=157.161.128.59
addnode=5.45.105.66
addnode=46.105.39.103
addnode=37.120.168.233



Thanks midmir! I really appreciate your reply.

I actually didn't even have a mooncoin.conf file, so I just created a new one with those addnodes.



For the usual installation a *.conf file is normally not needed, since the wallet has some nodes hardcoded into its code, to which it connects and gets other peer-IP's to connect to. But maybe those hardcoded nodes have temporarily reached their maximum of connections (which is a good sign, btw), so addnodes in a conf-file can help.

In most wallets if the sync stucks, an addnode could also be added via the wallet's console, so a conf-file is not needed. Example of the command:

Code:
addnode 5.45.105.66 add

You can get a list of some online addnodes here, for example: https://novaexchange.com/addnodes/MOON/

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May 24, 2017, 12:37:16 PM
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And scream "Moon to the Moon!" after  Cheesy

Wall in bleutrade is decreasing so harrrd ! lets go prepare ourself cosmonauts.

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May 24, 2017, 02:02:38 PM
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Nearly $75000 volume now, wow: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/mooncoin/#markets

Don't forget the option to arbitrage (buy coins on Novaexchange for 1 sat to sell them on bleutrade, if the price is 2 sat there) ...

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May 24, 2017, 02:08:12 PM
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Mooncoin will go to the moon very soon ! Smiley

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May 24, 2017, 02:36:21 PM
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First buy offer 1 sat on bleutrade. Congrats!

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May 24, 2017, 02:41:59 PM
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Buy and do not sell fellow mooners Cool
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May 24, 2017, 02:48:50 PM
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Yeah ! Gratz to 2 Sat on Bluetrade, lets skyrocket this coin  Cool


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May 24, 2017, 02:49:50 PM
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We are going to need Dev support *very soon* to gain momentum and buying confidence with the public... if anyone
can get the Dev or some of the core team members to check in, please do ASAP.
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May 24, 2017, 03:04:17 PM
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There are still 11 BTC worth of MOON for 1 sat on NovaExchange for sale --> https://novaexchange.com/market/BTC_MOON/

Maybe the last chance to get in so cheap?

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May 24, 2017, 03:13:45 PM
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Yeah that will be the cheapest way to get this coin for a last time... sure you can try to arbitage but 11 BTC is maybe 1 or 2 whale trades.
so Mooners, get ready the rocket will be launch soon Cheesy

There are still 11 BTC worth of MOON for 1 sat on NovaExchange for sale --> https://novaexchange.com/market/BTC_MOON/

Maybe the last chance to get in so cheap?

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Yeah that will be the cheapest way to get this coin for a last time... sure you can try to arbitage but 11 BTC is maybe 1 or 2 whale trades.

Right, buy & hold is better anyway ...  Wink

BTW: MOON just hit 100000 USD volume. -->http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/mooncoin/#markets

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