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July 01, 2017, 10:29:40 AM
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Back to the point.  How big is the blockchain on disk as of today?

Just have a look at the full snapshots in the first post.
But, if you start a new wallet, the data size will be a lot smaller, because of the mini-blockchain technology.

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July 01, 2017, 11:58:34 AM
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And.... the pool is down.

which pool? suprnova is still working. have you managed to create one?

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July 01, 2017, 01:33:07 PM
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Back to the point.  How big is the blockchain on disk as of today?

Just have a look at the full snapshots in the first post.
But, if you start a new wallet, the data size will be a lot smaller, because of the mini-blockchain technology.

Just would like to know without installing it.  I've always been interested in this project.

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July 01, 2017, 08:18:38 PM
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I'm getting this error whenever I try to run the client. on 2 separate PCs



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July 01, 2017, 08:25:17 PM
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I'm getting this error whenever I try to run the client. on 2 separate PCs




The error is a failed block read from disk.
It usually happens when the initial sync is interrupted before finishing.
Is this your case?

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July 01, 2017, 08:42:41 PM
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I'm getting this error whenever I try to run the client. on 2 separate PCs




The error is a failed block read from disk.
It usually happens when the initial sync is interrupted before finishing.
Is this your case?

Not that I can think of. when I start it, the splash screen says "loading block index". I leave it in the background, then it gives that error after a while. btw, the client worked before and downloaded the transactions.

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July 01, 2017, 09:42:23 PM
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I'm getting this error whenever I try to run the client. on 2 separate PCs




The error is a failed block read from disk.
It usually happens when the initial sync is interrupted before finishing.
Is this your case?

Not that I can think of. when I start it, the splash screen says "loading block index". I leave it in the background, then it gives that error after a while. btw, the client worked before and downloaded the transactions.

Then probably the block db got corrupted for some reason.
Try running with "-resync" or use a blockchain snapshot, as in the first post.

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July 01, 2017, 11:39:41 PM
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And.... the pool is down.

which pool? suprnova is still working. have you managed to create one?
It was Suprnova, and the dashboard was reflecting no workers.
I had spent a few hours doing upgrades and wanting to do some testing... which didn't have good timing with the pool being down.
But fortunately was back up.

Still haven't finished completing a new pool as of yet.

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July 01, 2017, 11:47:32 PM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

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July 02, 2017, 12:46:12 AM
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I'm getting this error whenever I try to run the client. on 2 separate PCs




The error is a failed block read from disk.
It usually happens when the initial sync is interrupted before finishing.
Is this your case?

Not that I can think of. when I start it, the splash screen says "loading block index". I leave it in the background, then it gives that error after a while. btw, the client worked before and downloaded the transactions.

Then probably the block db got corrupted for some reason.
Try running with "-resync" or use a blockchain snapshot, as in the first post.

Thanks, it worked after using the snapshot

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July 02, 2017, 03:39:08 AM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

i tried solo and found nothing but orphans  Huh

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July 02, 2017, 06:59:01 AM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

i tried solo and found nothing but orphans  Huh

how long does it take to find a block if you for example solve with 100MH/s?

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July 02, 2017, 08:01:46 AM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

Yes, I think it´s mostly cpu time. Surely the code can be improved to make it faster. It´s one of the bounties.
For the pool, the limitation is the same.
I don´t think the qt version makes a difference: I would use the headless version on a server anyways.
Paper wallet: you still need a wallet running, to check the blocks and broadcast them on the network.

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July 02, 2017, 08:02:30 AM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

i tried solo and found nothing but orphans  Huh

how long does it take to find a block if you for example solve with 100MH/s?

with the current network hashrate, I guess some days.

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July 02, 2017, 08:08:32 AM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

i tried solo and found nothing but orphans  Huh

how long does it take to find a block if you for example solve with 100MH/s?

with the current network hashrate, I guess some days.
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July 02, 2017, 08:12:28 AM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

i tried solo and found nothing but orphans  Huh

how long does it take to find a block if you for example solve with 100MH/s?

i found 6 in 24 hours half of witch were orpan.  210 mh/s

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July 02, 2017, 08:55:51 AM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

Yes, I think it´s mostly cpu time. Surely the code can be improved to make it faster. It´s one of the bounties.
For the pool, the limitation is the same.
I don´t think the qt version makes a difference: I would use the headless version on a server anyways.
Paper wallet: you still need a wallet running, to check the blocks and broadcast them on the network.
Hummm...
Sorry if this comes across as a dumb question, but could a possibility exist for the wallet be coded to use the GPU's, much like miners?
If possible, I think could open up solo mining to become quite popular.

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July 02, 2017, 09:07:47 AM
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Thanks pallas, I managed to get it imported and it seems to work.
Great! Gifting time Smiley

Btw, just tested trading on btc38 - but btc trading was suspended. I think I read about that a while ago here already.
So there's no place to trade it really atm?

Does anyone have connections to maybe an english speaking exchange? I think we need a better option here.

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July 02, 2017, 09:15:54 AM
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With the wallets...

When conducting solo mining operations, the bottleneck in terms of performance is with the wallet in generating blocks correct?
- If so, is this due to CPU limitation, network latency or the coding?
For Pool Mining, is the pool's wallet, still a limiting factor?

In performance, is the QT and Paper Wallet different?

i tried solo and found nothing but orphans  Huh

how long does it take to find a block if you for example solve with 100MH/s?

i found 6 in 24 hours half of witch were orpan.  210 mh/s
Why not, I'll give it a shot. I'm only at 100 MH/s with miners for now (with block message having "net" being displayed at 15 GH/s), so see if that comes at 50% (or less ... or more... who knows...)

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July 02, 2017, 10:27:48 AM
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Thanks pallas, I managed to get it imported and it seems to work.
Great! Gifting time Smiley

Btw, just tested trading on btc38 - but btc trading was suspended. I think I read about that a while ago here already.
So there's no place to trade it really atm?

Does anyone have connections to maybe an english speaking exchange? I think we need a better option here.
There is Nova Exchange, but has low volume currently.
https://novaexchange.com/market/BTC_XCN/

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