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March 30, 2017, 02:58:26 PM
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UBQ is the hottest project in town  Cool

Not hottest, but very hot now! Great work Ubiq team Wink

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March 30, 2017, 03:56:48 PM
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Please add our pool to the OPP.

http://ubiqminers.org 0 pool fees to help support the hashrate distribution.

getwork: pool.ubiqminers.org:8888

stratum: pool.ubiqminers.org:8008

Claymore Example: EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool pool.ubiqminers.org:8008 -ewal 0xb85150eb365e7df0941f0cf08235f987ba91506a -epsw x -eworker rig1


Getwork Example: ethminer -F http://pool.ubiqminers.org:8888/0xb85150eb365e7df0941f0cf08235f987ba91506a/myfarm -G --farm-recheck 200


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March 30, 2017, 07:01:25 PM
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oh boi soon I have to swap to a pool , hashing power too strong! :>
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March 30, 2017, 07:41:37 PM
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oh boi soon I have to swap to a pool , hashing power too strong! :>

That's a good problem to have  Cheesy

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April 01, 2017, 10:53:22 AM
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Can I upload a wallet?
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Thank you my friend
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April 01, 2017, 01:12:32 PM
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FIQ MIQ whats going on with UBIQ ? Grin
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April 01, 2017, 03:15:18 PM
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Hello togehter,

Please add our pool to the OPP.

http://www.ubiqpool.com


getwork: http://ubiqpool.com:8888

stratum: http://ubiqpool.com:8008

Claymore Example: EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool ubiqpool.com:8008 -ewal YOURWALLETADRESS -epsw x -eworker miner1

Getwork Example: ethminer -F http://ubiqpool.com:8888/YOURWALLETADRESS/myfarm -G --farm-recheck 200


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i thnk this is great project, i will prepare myself to mining it.


Please feel free and try our new Pool

http://ubiqpool.com

Greetings
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April 01, 2017, 06:04:22 PM
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someone can know what i did to make me taggued by ubiq symbol  Huh

it is true i think very strong at yu when the price rise..but i dont know if this do me an ubiq scientist  (°_°)
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April 01, 2017, 06:40:38 PM
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Solo mining ?
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April 01, 2017, 11:08:25 PM
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Solo mining ?

Sure, give it a shot if you know how to set it up.




Hello togehter,

Please add our pool to the OPP.

http://www.ubiqpool.com


getwork: http://ubiqpool.com:8888

stratum: http://ubiqpool.com:8008

Claymore Example: EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool ubiqpool.com:8008 -ewal YOURWALLETADRESS -epsw x -eworker miner1

Getwork Example: ethminer -F http://ubiqpool.com:8888/YOURWALLETADRESS/myfarm -G --farm-recheck 200


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Thanks.

Added to OP.

Ubiq Pool.com - http://ubiqpool.com - BCT thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1851011.0

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April 02, 2017, 07:16:52 AM
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is this safe in a decentralized network kind of ways?
the pool ubiqpool.io have hashing power of more than 80% of all network hashes..

how many confirmation should we wait for a transaction to be considered ok?

i see that the blocks are only generated by ubiqpool

i think the miner should consider to distribute their hashing power to other pools available
Or solo mine.
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April 02, 2017, 08:25:36 AM
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Alex discusses Ubiq and other blockchain related topics in EVOLVED RADIO podcast episode ERP022

https://www.evolvedmgmt.com/podcast/erp022-blockchain-update-w-alex-sterk/2017/3/31

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April 02, 2017, 10:30:21 PM
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Hi , Everyone

I Didn't Update My Ubiq Wallet For Long Time, So Recently when i updtated It Successful i FAced Problem that i have Coin on My Wallet.Dat,, So how Can i Get Back my Coin in Ubiq Wallet widget , Thanks.

I Tried To Open Wallet Source in %AppData ,But this Not Work Fine with me,?!
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April 03, 2017, 08:26:05 AM
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Please feel free to test our new mining pool.

We want to stabilize the UBIQ-Network.
Therefore we generate our own pool.

We have just 0.25 % fee

https://ubiqpool.com/

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April 03, 2017, 08:56:31 AM
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is this safe in a decentralized network kind of ways?
the pool ubiqpool.io have hashing power of more than 80% of all network hashes..

how many confirmation should we wait for a transaction to be considered ok?

i see that the blocks are only generated by ubiqpool

i think the miner should consider to distribute their hashing power to other pools available

yohanip thanks for your concern. In this case it tends to be "OK" since we know that ubiqpool.io isn't malicious but definitely better to share out hash rate.

Most altcoins tend to be focused on 1 or 2 pools this but we are definitely actively encouraging miners to distribute their hash rate. As with having no premine or no ICO, we strive to a higher standard.

This situation has improved and it now looks like this:


At the moment we have 14 pools so thank you miners and volunteer pools for helping to keep the network decentralized!

On a quick note, there is no official mining pool and no one from the dev team runs a pool. This is the best situation and this level of community engagement is what we are striving towards.

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April 03, 2017, 11:55:34 AM
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Where can I find a list of nodes and their addresses? I am trying to solo mine but many of the blocks come in 2 or 3 at a time so I think I need more peers so blocks get propogated faster.

Code:
I0403 08:41:15.724321 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in  26.001ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #64296 [cf276be0.]
I0403 08:41:15.729321 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64297 with 3 txs & 0 uncles. Took 3.0002ms

I0403 08:41:46.195064 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    2 blocks,     3 txs (  0.063 Mg) in  20.001ms ( 3.150 Mg/s). #64298 [968f945f. / 53cf260b.]
I0403 08:41:46.199064 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64299 with 2 txs & 0 uncles. Took 3.0002ms

I0403 08:45:36.199219 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    2 blocks,     2 txs (  0.043 Mg) in  27.001ms ( 1.608 Mg/s). #64300 [6bbae163. / f8fa4bc1.]
I0403 08:45:36.203220 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64301 with 6 txs & 0 uncles. Took 3.0002ms

I0403 08:46:09.707136 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     6 txs (  0.126 Mg) in  22.001ms ( 5.727 Mg/s). #64301 [7849205f.]
I0403 08:46:09.710136 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64302 with 0 txs & 0 uncles. Took 2.0001ms

I0403 08:48:43.944958 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in  13.000ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #64302 [096d98ce.]
I0403 08:48:43.947958 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64303 with 1 txs & 0 uncles. Took 2.0001ms

I0403 08:48:43.993961 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     1 txs (  0.021 Mg) in  15.000ms ( 1.400 Mg/s). #64303 [2c06fff5.]
I0403 08:48:43.995961 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64304 with 0 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1ms

I0403 08:53:28.313223 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in  15.000ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #64304 [c25c57e5.]
I0403 08:53:28.319223 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64305 with 6 txs & 0 uncles. Took 4.0002ms

I0403 08:53:28.426229 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    3 blocks,     5 txs (  0.105 Mg) in  22.001ms ( 4.772 Mg/s). #64307 [6f10889a. / a228e5c0.]
I0403 08:53:28.429229 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64308 with 1 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1.0001ms

I0403 08:53:33.894542 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     3 txs (  0.063 Mg) in  28.001ms ( 2.250 Mg/s). #64308 [dc5ee1fc.]
I0403 08:53:33.897542 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64309 with 0 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1.0001ms

I0403 08:54:00.774079 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in  14.000ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #64309 [8f271b4a.]
I0403 08:54:00.779080 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64310 with 1 txs & 0 uncles. Took 4.0002ms

I0403 08:55:04.747739 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    2 blocks,     1 txs (  0.021 Mg) in  20.001ms ( 1.050 Mg/s). #64311 [0c7b5105. / 5afdd97c.]
I0403 08:55:04.749739 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64312 with 1 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1ms
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April 03, 2017, 12:51:36 PM
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Where can I find a list of nodes and their addresses? I am trying to solo mine but many of the blocks come in 2 or 3 at a time so I think I need more peers so blocks get propogated faster.

Code:
I0403 08:41:15.724321 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in  26.001ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #64296 [cf276be0.]
I0403 08:41:15.729321 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64297 with 3 txs & 0 uncles. Took 3.0002ms

I0403 08:41:46.195064 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    2 blocks,     3 txs (  0.063 Mg) in  20.001ms ( 3.150 Mg/s). #64298 [968f945f. / 53cf260b.]
I0403 08:41:46.199064 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64299 with 2 txs & 0 uncles. Took 3.0002ms

I0403 08:45:36.199219 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    2 blocks,     2 txs (  0.043 Mg) in  27.001ms ( 1.608 Mg/s). #64300 [6bbae163. / f8fa4bc1.]
I0403 08:45:36.203220 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64301 with 6 txs & 0 uncles. Took 3.0002ms

I0403 08:46:09.707136 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     6 txs (  0.126 Mg) in  22.001ms ( 5.727 Mg/s). #64301 [7849205f.]
I0403 08:46:09.710136 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64302 with 0 txs & 0 uncles. Took 2.0001ms

I0403 08:48:43.944958 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in  13.000ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #64302 [096d98ce.]
I0403 08:48:43.947958 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64303 with 1 txs & 0 uncles. Took 2.0001ms

I0403 08:48:43.993961 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     1 txs (  0.021 Mg) in  15.000ms ( 1.400 Mg/s). #64303 [2c06fff5.]
I0403 08:48:43.995961 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64304 with 0 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1ms

I0403 08:53:28.313223 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in  15.000ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #64304 [c25c57e5.]
I0403 08:53:28.319223 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64305 with 6 txs & 0 uncles. Took 4.0002ms

I0403 08:53:28.426229 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    3 blocks,     5 txs (  0.105 Mg) in  22.001ms ( 4.772 Mg/s). #64307 [6f10889a. / a228e5c0.]
I0403 08:53:28.429229 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64308 with 1 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1.0001ms

I0403 08:53:33.894542 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     3 txs (  0.063 Mg) in  28.001ms ( 2.250 Mg/s). #64308 [dc5ee1fc.]
I0403 08:53:33.897542 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64309 with 0 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1.0001ms

I0403 08:54:00.774079 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in  14.000ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #64309 [8f271b4a.]
I0403 08:54:00.779080 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64310 with 1 txs & 0 uncles. Took 4.0002ms

I0403 08:55:04.747739 core/blockchain.go:1097] imported    2 blocks,     1 txs (  0.021 Mg) in  20.001ms ( 1.050 Mg/s). #64311 [0c7b5105. / 5afdd97c.]
I0403 08:55:04.749739 miner/worker.go:496] commit new work on block 64312 with 1 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1ms

Hi, Please relay whatever you end up finding out to me, as I am having the same issue. If you find anything else about that, please let me know. I run a small mine  600mhs for now, but I'm adding soon :-)   (lady is not happy about it either)  but, I am considering putting a percentage of my nanos, or some new stuff I'm about to order, on Ubiq. I'm intrigued, glad to be in the thread. Future looks bright...!

Gonna take a minute and do some bomb googling, brb.

Best,
Norman
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April 03, 2017, 01:03:28 PM
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So far I haven't found anything. Scoured the OP, block explorers, network stats, and github for this info. Problem seems to be getting worse as now I'm getting 2 and 3 blocks at a time more frequently than before, and occasionally 4 blocks before any get imported now. Seems if I do manage to mine any it will just be an orphan.
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April 03, 2017, 04:55:06 PM
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So far I haven't found anything. Scoured the OP, block explorers, network stats, and github for this info. Problem seems to be getting worse as now I'm getting 2 and 3 blocks at a time more frequently than before, and occasionally 4 blocks before any get imported now. Seems if I do manage to mine any it will just be an orphan.

have you tried the UBQ slack? we have a channel just for miners and i think most people interact wit the community in the slack...I think youll get some quicker feedback and help if you join.. 


http://slack.ubiqsmart.com/

good luck
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April 03, 2017, 05:12:54 PM
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heres a link to the presentation that was done by alex sterk the community manager at the recent AI Toronto conference

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bB_s54k5W8Q&feature=youtu.be


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