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January 27, 2015, 08:25:39 PM
Last edit: January 27, 2015, 08:38:44 PM by thevictimofuktyranny
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It is has excellent development team Grin

Secondly, 1 minute target time on block finding.

Current norm is 2.5 minutes, which can produce an unlucky stuck block for merchants of up to 23 minutes Shocked

Therefore, worse case scenario, unlucky stuck blocks is only 9.2 minutes  Grin

Secondly, the more talented the developer team; the more likely they'll be to produce unexpected improvements. Talent is not something that can be proved by pieces of paper, but is measured in new outputs e.g. hard forks, new algos, wallet designs  Wink

Thirdly, development team is very good organizationally, again this is not proved by pieces of paper, but judged by speed and smoothness of the entire network performance Wink

Fourthly, the 1st Block halving is not until 2019, buying in small bits and pieces, you can end up with large holding, by spreading purchases out over a long time reduces the risk of dropping coin prices due the machinations amongst miners and developers Cheesy

The reason the price is sliding is simple: the public sgminer Neoscrypt mining software is rubbish. A number of coders have produced modded kernels that hash at 590mhs, instead of 323mhs with a R9 290 GPU as an example.

This has been sold on to other miners, therefore the general macro economics of coin distribution is messed up Huh Therefore, 10% of miners are mining at 193% hash output, 90% of miners are hashing at 100%: therefore, you have 19% mining for short term profitability reasons (on newish alt coin it should be under 15%), which creates extra sell pressures on the exchanges and the coin price trends downwards over time.

The developers team could purchase the modded kernel, from someone like Wolf0 (AMD) for a couple of Bitcoins and publicly release it to all miners, but they don't. Let's not speculate why they don't Lips sealed

Currently, you can buy a neoscrypt CCminer (Nvidia) for while as an exclusive offering, which x3 hashes of official cgminer 50khs on 750ti GPU, its performance level is raised to 150khs. That, CCminer will only get a public release when it passes 5BTC in crowdingfunding, donators get early access Grin

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=916336.0

This kind of stuff happens a lot on the minor algos Cheesy



  
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January 28, 2015, 09:47:25 AM
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The reason the price is sliding is simple: the public sgminer Neoscrypt mining software is rubbish. A number of coders have produced modded kernels that hash at 590mhs, instead of 323mhs with a R9 290 GPU as an example.

This has been sold on to other miners, therefore the general macro economics of coin distribution is messed up Huh Therefore, 10% of miners are mining at 193% hash output, 90% of miners are hashing at 100%: therefore, you have 19% mining for short term profitability reasons (on newish alt coin it should be under 15%), which creates extra sell pressures on the exchanges and the coin price trends downwards over time.

The developers team could purchase the modded kernel, from someone like Wolf0 (AMD) for a couple of Bitcoins and publicly release it to all miners, but they don't. Let's not speculate why they don't Lips sealed
 

I agree with your reasoning of the drop of coin price. Some people can make money out of it, why not mine and sell.
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January 28, 2015, 09:51:25 AM
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It is has excellent development team Grin

Secondly, 1 minute target time on block finding.

Current norm is 2.5 minutes, which can produce an unlucky stuck block for merchants of up to 23 minutes Shocked

Therefore, worse case scenario, unlucky stuck blocks is only 9.2 minutes  Grin

Secondly, the more talented the developer team; the more likely they'll be to produce unexpected improvements. Talent is not something that can be proved by pieces of paper, but is measured in new outputs e.g. hard forks, new algos, wallet designs  Wink

Thirdly, development team is very good organizationally, again this is not proved by pieces of paper, but judged by speed and smoothness of the entire network performance Wink

Fourthly, the 1st Block halving is not until 2019, buying in small bits and pieces, you can end up with large holding, by spreading purchases out over a long time reduces the risk of dropping coin prices due the machinations amongst miners and developers Cheesy

The reason the price is sliding is simple: the public sgminer Neoscrypt mining software is rubbish. A number of coders have produced modded kernels that hash at 590mhs, instead of 323mhs with a R9 290 GPU as an example.

This has been sold on to other miners, therefore the general macro economics of coin distribution is messed up Huh Therefore, 10% of miners are mining at 193% hash output, 90% of miners are hashing at 100%: therefore, you have 19% mining for short term profitability reasons (on newish alt coin it should be under 15%), which creates extra sell pressures on the exchanges and the coin price trends downwards over time.

The developers team could purchase the modded kernel, from someone like Wolf0 (AMD) for a couple of Bitcoins and publicly release it to all miners, but they don't. Let's not speculate why they don't Lips sealed

Currently, you can buy a neoscrypt CCminer (Nvidia) for while as an exclusive offering, which x3 hashes of official cgminer 50khs on 750ti GPU, its performance level is raised to 150khs. That, CCminer will only get a public release when it passes 5BTC in crowdingfunding, donators get early access Grin

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=916336.0

This kind of stuff happens a lot on the minor algos Cheesy



  

Thanks for clearing it up, and I know Ive been messing up with neoscrypt miners, and weird things go on!

Anyway good luck to all the holders
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February 02, 2015, 05:03:59 PM
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Good team. Won't be down forever IMO.
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February 02, 2015, 05:12:46 PM
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The reason the price is sliding is simple: the public sgminer Neoscrypt mining software is rubbish. A number of coders have produced modded kernels that hash at 590mhs, instead of 323mhs with a R9 290 GPU as an example.

This has been sold on to other miners, therefore the general macro economics of coin distribution is messed up Huh Therefore, 10% of miners are mining at 193% hash output, 90% of miners are hashing at 100%: therefore, you have 19% mining for short term profitability reasons (on newish alt coin it should be under 15%), which creates extra sell pressures on the exchanges and the coin price trends downwards over time.

The developers team could purchase the modded kernel, from someone like Wolf0 (AMD) for a couple of Bitcoins and publicly release it to all miners, but they don't. Let's not speculate why they don't Lips sealed
 

I agree with your reasoning of the drop of coin price. Some people can make money out of it, why not mine and sell.

Everyone has a chance to make some profit.
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February 02, 2015, 10:52:15 PM
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The reason the price is sliding is simple: the public sgminer Neoscrypt mining software is rubbish. A number of coders have produced modded kernels that hash at 590mhs, instead of 323mhs with a R9 290 GPU as an example.

This has been sold on to other miners, therefore the general macro economics of coin distribution is messed up Huh Therefore, 10% of miners are mining at 193% hash output, 90% of miners are hashing at 100%: therefore, you have 19% mining for short term profitability reasons (on newish alt coin it should be under 15%), which creates extra sell pressures on the exchanges and the coin price trends downwards over time.

The developers team could purchase the modded kernel, from someone like Wolf0 (AMD) for a couple of Bitcoins and publicly release it to all miners, but they don't. Let's not speculate why they don't Lips sealed
 

I agree with your reasoning of the drop of coin price. Some people can make money out of it, why not mine and sell.

Everyone has a chance to make some profit.

Yeah Roll Eyes

Timing is going to be all important  Wink

Because, once that those modded Kernels and Bins get leaked or go open source, FTC price will creep back up to 0.00004BTC.

Network gravity well equation will adjust difficulty to disperse coins evenly again, sell pressure on FTC will become normal Wink

Therefore, buying up a position in FTC is tricky to judge, e.g. the bottom of the sell pressure versus the date when the snap back in price begins Tongue
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February 05, 2015, 11:38:22 AM
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Just a reminder: a Neoscrypt CCminer is underdevelopment for Nvidia GPUs like 750TI

The Block Factory Neoscrypt mining pools using 128Diff is achieving 150khs per 750TI GPU as an example.

Early access is avaliable for BTC pledges, very low pledge level. Crowdfunding campaign is nearly finished.

Personal Message djm34 for pledges to gain early access.

Main thread is: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=916336.0

Thanks Grin
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February 05, 2015, 12:21:12 PM
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Just a reminder: a Neoscrypt CCminer is underdevelopment for Nvidia GPUs like 750TI

The Block Factory Neoscrypt mining pools using 128Diff is achieving 150khs per 750TI GPU as an example.

Early access is avaliable for BTC pledges, very low pledge level. Crowdfunding campaign is nearly finished.

Personal Message djm34 for pledges to gain early access.

Main thread is: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=916336.0

Thanks Grin

Are those the "leaked" bins and miners¿ lol
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February 05, 2015, 01:22:04 PM
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Just a reminder: a Neoscrypt CCminer is underdevelopment for Nvidia GPUs like 750TI

The Block Factory Neoscrypt mining pools using 128Diff is achieving 150khs per 750TI GPU as an example.

Early access is avaliable for BTC pledges, very low pledge level. Crowdfunding campaign is nearly finished.

Personal Message djm34 for pledges to gain early access.

Main thread is: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=916336.0

Thanks Grin

Are those the "leaked" bins and miners¿ lol

No Roll Eyes

This an official CCminer crowdfunding campaign, plus Nvidia card don't use bins Cheesy
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February 05, 2015, 01:46:27 PM
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Just a reminder: a Neoscrypt CCminer is underdevelopment for Nvidia GPUs like 750TI

The Block Factory Neoscrypt mining pools using 128Diff is achieving 150khs per 750TI GPU as an example.

Early access is avaliable for BTC pledges, very low pledge level. Crowdfunding campaign is nearly finished.

Personal Message djm34 for pledges to gain early access.

Main thread is: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=916336.0

Thanks Grin

Are those the "leaked" bins and miners¿ lol

No Roll Eyes

This an official CCminer crowdfunding campaign, plus Nvidia card don't use bins Cheesy

Oops, im just an AMD guy  Grin
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March 01, 2015, 05:00:05 PM
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Hey Feathercoin community!

We are adding new coins soon to our marketplace the coming days. We have held talks with the groups and have found that Feathercoin will be one of our nominee in the voting list. Do You want to buy some goods with your FTC? Get a voting ticket now!


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March 06, 2015, 09:21:30 PM
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The wallet download won't let me install, it says 'may contain virus etc.'

I'm trying from here: https://www.feathercoin.com/ - which is the official site (or was, and should be)

using ff, win7 and Comodo - it wont even let me bypass it.

help is appreciated.

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March 09, 2015, 08:23:44 AM
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The wallet download won't let me install, it says 'may contain virus etc.'
That's not your wallet, its your anti-virus. Its a common issue, with some anti-virus software it happens with all wallets, just ignore the message and carry on. As long as you are downloading it from the official feathercoin site everything should be shiggy-diggy
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March 09, 2015, 08:42:09 AM
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The wallet download won't let me install, it says 'may contain virus etc.'
That's not your wallet, its your anti-virus. Its a common issue, with some anti-virus software it happens with all wallets, just ignore the message and carry on. As long as you are downloading it from the official feathercoin site everything should be shiggy-diggy

Try.. blacklisted. lol

http://quttera.com/detailed_report/www.feathercoin.com

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March 09, 2015, 09:30:07 AM
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Sheesh... thats a new low
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March 09, 2015, 04:57:29 PM
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The wallet download won't let me install, it says 'may contain virus etc.'
That's not your wallet, its your anti-virus. Its a common issue, with some anti-virus software it happens with all wallets, just ignore the message and carry on. As long as you are downloading it from the official feathercoin site everything should be shiggy-diggy

Yeah, i'm aware of that, i've got loads of wallets - and a pre-neoscrypt ftc wallet, but this one won't even let me ignore the warning.

It's doing a Gandalf 'you shall not pass' kinda thing...

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March 14, 2015, 05:22:57 PM
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Does the new multisig feature work well ?  Huh

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March 17, 2015, 11:04:01 PM
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The wallet download won't let me install, it says 'may contain virus etc.'

I'm trying from here: https://www.feathercoin.com/ - which is the official site (or was, and should be)

using ff, win7 and Comodo - it wont even let me bypass it.

help is appreciated.

K.

I tried to download the wallet at this link but there are only links to resources, not wallets.

https://www.feathercoin.com/#dls
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March 20, 2015, 03:20:17 AM
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dead ?
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March 20, 2015, 09:09:53 AM
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The price has dropped quite a lot recently. Any good news to stop the further fall?
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