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Author Topic: [ANN][UBQ] Ubiq - Smart Contracts For An Automated World  (Read 296560 times)
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June 14, 2017, 07:53:52 PM
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So the jumbucks were selling for like 40 cents each right.. and people are getting a 10 to 1 conversion.

So UBQ could end up being worth 4 cents a coin.

That is $315 of coins you can mine per day.

If too much hash is on the network then it wont be very profitable to mine, if it is less than eth profit then you are better off mining eth and buying ubq directly.  So lets NOT kill the hashrates on this one.

basically if you will be earning less than 25 coins per day per card then pull the hash off and put it somewhere else.

Dug up my old reply to this thread.

Price is 4.2 cents currently so my initial prediction was dead on.



digging and mining go hand to hand....and with out digging mining is impossible..
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June 15, 2017, 12:02:33 AM
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If Ubiq is very good then why coingeko display developer interest % is only 13 ? why it is less if this one is same as ETH ?


Well, for one it appears they're only looking at the go-ubiq repository which isn't the entirety of the project. And for two, it's maintained by a small group of developers because it's a no ico / no pre-mine coin. The code is solid, and great help is provided in slack which means less issue closure and PR resolutions, which appear to be other metrics that factor into that score.

For coins like ETH it's easy for them to just pay off developers because they have a huge pile of cash from the ICO. The devs work crypto-related jobs, and had been maintaining the predecessor coin JBS for over 3 years. Not only did this coin have unique features at the time, it was the most stable proof of stake coin I've ever used. That was part of what got me interested in the project.

So yea, base on the algorithm I could see it getting a less than satisfactory dev score, but 13 doesn't seem fair in my opinion.




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June 15, 2017, 05:37:42 AM
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I'm pretty sure you can use ethos to mine ubiq.  Just change your pools to Ubiq pools.  Not sure about solo mining but it shouldn't be very complicated.
I initially used the ethminer that comes as part of the nicehash miner, just pointed the miner to a ubiq pool.

I'm looking for the answer to this too.

Tried configuring ethos to mine a Ubiq pool and it worked for about 8 hours and then stopped working, connection to pool error. Tried on another pool and got the same error.

Switched back to mining Ethereum until I can find out how to correctly connect to a Ubiq pool.

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June 15, 2017, 12:23:31 PM
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I'm pretty sure you can use ethos to mine ubiq.  Just change your pools to Ubiq pools.  Not sure about solo mining but it shouldn't be very complicated.
I initially used the ethminer that comes as part of the nicehash miner, just pointed the miner to a ubiq pool.

I'm looking for the answer to this too.

Tried configuring ethos to mine a Ubiq pool and it worked for about 8 hours and then stopped working, connection to pool error. Tried on another pool and got the same error.

Switched back to mining Ethereum until I can find out how to correctly connect to a Ubiq pool.

Should be easy to setup , just take a look at your config file (here the example with everything explained)

http://ethosdistro.com/pool.txt

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June 15, 2017, 02:51:56 PM
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I'm pretty sure you can use ethos to mine ubiq.  Just change your pools to Ubiq pools.  Not sure about solo mining but it shouldn't be very complicated.
I initially used the ethminer that comes as part of the nicehash miner, just pointed the miner to a ubiq pool.

I'm looking for the answer to this too.

Tried configuring ethos to mine a Ubiq pool and it worked for about 8 hours and then stopped working, connection to pool error. Tried on another pool and got the same error.

Switched back to mining Ethereum until I can find out how to correctly connect to a Ubiq pool.

this coin is a scam created by insiders at bittrex to track/dox users! Shocked

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i think it's you the scam artist lollll
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June 15, 2017, 05:56:10 PM
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I'm pretty sure you can use ethos to mine ubiq.  Just change your pools to Ubiq pools.  Not sure about solo mining but it shouldn't be very complicated.
I initially used the ethminer that comes as part of the nicehash miner, just pointed the miner to a ubiq pool.

I'm looking for the answer to this too.

Tried configuring ethos to mine a Ubiq pool and it worked for about 8 hours and then stopped working, connection to pool error. Tried on another pool and got the same error.

Switched back to mining Ethereum until I can find out how to correctly connect to a Ubiq pool.

this coin is a scam created by insiders at bittrex to track/dox users! Shocked

Trust: -2: -1 / +0
Warning: Trade with extreme caution!

i think it's you the scam artist lollll


2 FORMS OF GOVERNMENT I.D.s AND A SELFIE!!! I COULD NOT, WOULD NOT MAKE THIS UP=IT'S A SERIOUS BREECH  :\

bittrex julian wants your selfies!!! ===> no way fool = BITTREX INSIDERS DO NOT BELIEVE IN SATOSHIS VISION.. NO NOT AT ALL.

can you please go and troll somewhere else god dammit?!
first this bitcoinrevolution guy spamming this thread full of trash and now you and your capslock doesnt work dont you get it?
we dont want you here. get the hell out of this thread or you get one more trust down from me because of spam and trolling.

uh wait thats not important anyway you already have -64 trust points with your old acc.
one more trust point more or less
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June 15, 2017, 06:06:04 PM
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Just ignore him and report his posts. Not point talking back to that idiot.

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June 15, 2017, 07:33:14 PM
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Just ignore him and report his posts. Not point talking back to that idiot.

TWO FORMS OF GOVERNMENT I.D.? AND A SELFIE?? GO SUCK MY BIG BALLS BITTREX JULIAN !!! Shocked
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June 15, 2017, 10:32:29 PM
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@ocminer your statistic for luck on suprnova and diff of finded block isnt corect .....I didnt see diff 4t last 10 days your blockfinders find blocks with that diff

                             Avg. Diff        luck
All Time               840.5008    43.79%    
Last Hour    60    4,467.0256    11.45%
Last 24 Hours    3,653.2475        35.20%
Last 7 Days       3,935.5131    42.71%
Last 4 Weeks    2,307.5075    45.20%          HuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuh??  4t diff     dif is 8-9-10t last several days

I suck at apologies,so...UNFUCK YOU.Or...whatever
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June 16, 2017, 04:49:59 AM
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2$ now

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June 16, 2017, 06:09:28 AM
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any upcoming project using ubq ?


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June 16, 2017, 07:44:29 AM
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I'm pretty sure you can use ethos to mine ubiq.  Just change your pools to Ubiq pools.  Not sure about solo mining but it shouldn't be very complicated.
I initially used the ethminer that comes as part of the nicehash miner, just pointed the miner to a ubiq pool.

I'm looking for the answer to this too.

Tried configuring ethos to mine a Ubiq pool and it worked for about 8 hours and then stopped working, connection to pool error. Tried on another pool and got the same error.

Switched back to mining Ethereum until I can find out how to correctly connect to a Ubiq pool.

Should be easy to setup , just take a look at your config file (here the example with everything explained)

http://ethosdistro.com/pool.txt

OK finally figured out the issue. I'd switched on Claymore as this was in the example on the pool site. However Claymore settings need to be configured under claymore.stub.conf

Perhaps they can be configured in remote.conf but if so there is nothing in the documentation to say so.

Anyway, turned off Claymore and its mining again.

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June 16, 2017, 10:56:33 PM
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hello guys..

currently i am near south east asean region..it is posible for pool developer to add asia pool (singapore)..

using eu and usa .my ping very high

currently used miningpool.io..

suggest me if any alternative to do so..thanks guys
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June 16, 2017, 11:23:55 PM
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hello guys..

currently i am near south east asean region..it is posible for pool developer to add asia pool (singapore)..

using eu and usa .my ping very high

currently used miningpool.io..

suggest me if any alternative to do so..thanks guys

I'm mining in NZ which is even further from the US or EU. I don't think the slightly slower ping is an issue.

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June 16, 2017, 11:26:17 PM
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My Ubiq Fusion wallet (Windows) ca no longer find peers.
Last block was sync'd 136203

How do I add peers to get this moving again?
I have tried shutdown &  restart multiple times without success?

Where do I find a list of peers to add?

Thanks
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June 17, 2017, 02:40:50 PM
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Hello guys,

I'm mining over aikapool following their guide but i'm not getting UBQ at all. I mine others coins with aika successfully so i don't understand why i'm not getting coins...

In the stats i've ~30Mh/s and the expectation is ~2,5 ubq/day, i'm mining for over 12h, I'm no mathematician but I expect to see at least few cents..

Any tips?

If you haven't written previously, what hardware you using? ..or is it a ASIC miner?


I'm mining with 2x gtx 1070, over SLI. I'm not mining anymore UBQ cos of this issue so i gave up, maybe i will restart soon, at 1k mooncoins i'll be back i think
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June 17, 2017, 02:47:29 PM
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Dunno, I'm also mining with 2x 1070 but on ubiqpool, no issues whatsoever. May be something with aika and how they handle the payout.
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June 19, 2017, 09:31:06 AM
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Hello,
I'm new to mining coins, and maybe I could get answer from more experienced miners here.
I though that all Ethash type coins should have same hash rate from same hardware/software, but I get like 20 Mh/s for ethereum and up to 37 Mh/s for Ubiq.
Anyone knows do I have problem with my mining software/hardware or is it normal?
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June 19, 2017, 04:25:08 PM
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Hello,
I'm new to mining coins, and maybe I could get answer from more experienced miners here.
I though that all Ethash type coins should have same hash rate from same hardware/software, but I get like 20 Mh/s for ethereum and up to 37 Mh/s for Ubiq.
Anyone knows do I have problem with my mining software/hardware or is it normal?

If you are reading the hashrate from the miningpool you are using, it might take some time until it's better regulated. I use Claymore miner and ubiqpool.io and they show the following stats:
Claymore miner: ~24.5 Mh
Ubiqpool (30m): 26.67 MH
Ubiqpool (3h): 24.39 MH
So it probably needs a little time to correctly read the hashrate. I had the same 24,5 Mh with Ethereum.
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June 19, 2017, 06:02:05 PM
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Hello,
I'm new to mining coins, and maybe I could get answer from more experienced miners here.
I though that all Ethash type coins should have same hash rate from same hardware/software, but I get like 20 Mh/s for ethereum and up to 37 Mh/s for Ubiq.
Anyone knows do I have problem with my mining software/hardware or is it normal?

If you are reading the hashrate from the miningpool you are using, it might take some time until it's better regulated. I use Claymore miner and ubiqpool.io and they show the following stats:
Claymore miner: ~24.5 Mh
Ubiqpool (30m): 26.67 MH
Ubiqpool (3h): 24.39 MH
So it probably needs a little time to correctly read the hashrate. I had the same 24,5 Mh with Ethereum.


Thanks for the answer.
I was telling Claymore miners stats.
Thats why I'm confused. About pools stats I uderstand that.
But now, tested with claymore, getting:
20.0 Mh for ETH,
33.7 Mh for EXP,
36.9 Mh for UBQ.
Yesterday was the same stats.
Wonder should they all differ so much...
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