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July 23, 2017, 01:21:15 AM
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btw, can you withdraw BTC from btc38 Huh bter was a no go  Cry
Hello guys which of these exchange is faster to sell XCN BTC38 or BTER
Can you withdraw funds in btc from BTC38?
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July 23, 2017, 03:42:26 AM
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and again pool in down.
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July 23, 2017, 08:29:57 AM
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and again pool in down.

and again up Smiley


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July 23, 2017, 10:32:37 AM
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Why are all the pools so unstable ?  Huh

Suprnova is being ddosed for a long time.

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July 23, 2017, 10:33:28 AM
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btw, can you withdraw BTC from btc38 Huh bter was a no go  Cry

Yes it works fine. You just need to wait because they use low transaction fees.

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July 23, 2017, 01:44:52 PM
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i had to exchange from XCN to BTC and then to Zcash to be able to withdraw from Bter (without sending passport data, KYC stuff)

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July 23, 2017, 01:52:17 PM
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Why are all the pools so unstable ?  Huh

Suprnova is being ddosed for a long time.

Yes and quite sophisticated on XCN.. Someone writing scripts, testing new things .. adapting to my bans etc.. It's much more sophisticated than on other stratums where just some random booter is used ...

I wonder WHY someone is ddosing it so much though.. For me the coin isn't profitable to mine at all and there is no (trusted) exchange where I could sell the mined coins ... Why ddos it then ?

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July 23, 2017, 01:54:10 PM
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Why are all the pools so unstable ?  Huh

Suprnova is being ddosed for a long time.

Yes and quite sophisticated on XCN.. Someone writing scripts, testing new things .. adapting to my bans etc.. It's much more sophisticated than on other stratums where just some random booter is used ...

I wonder WHY someone is ddosing it so much though.. For me the coin isn't profitable to mine at all and there is no (trusted) exchange where I could sell the mined coins ... Why ddos it then ?

I really don't know, and I suspect that the sync issues are due to malicious clients, maybe from the same people.

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July 23, 2017, 02:06:08 PM
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Why are all the pools so unstable ?  Huh

Suprnova is being ddosed for a long time.

Yes and quite sophisticated on XCN.. Someone writing scripts, testing new things .. adapting to my bans etc.. It's much more sophisticated than on other stratums where just some random booter is used ...

I wonder WHY someone is ddosing it so much though.. For me the coin isn't profitable to mine at all and there is no (trusted) exchange where I could sell the mined coins ... Why ddos it then ?

to discourage pools and keep solo mining for themselves??

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July 23, 2017, 02:11:02 PM
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Why are all the pools so unstable ?  Huh

Suprnova is being ddosed for a long time.

Yes and quite sophisticated on XCN.. Someone writing scripts, testing new things .. adapting to my bans etc.. It's much more sophisticated than on other stratums where just some random booter is used ...

I wonder WHY someone is ddosing it so much though.. For me the coin isn't profitable to mine at all and there is no (trusted) exchange where I could sell the mined coins ... Why ddos it then ?

to discourage pools and keep solo mining for themselves??


But what do you do with the coins then ? Sell them with lotsa problems on btc38 ? Is it really worth it ?

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July 23, 2017, 02:30:04 PM
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WHAT? No exchanges for XCN?
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July 23, 2017, 02:56:15 PM
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I had 7 x nvidia 1060 (11.5mh each) solo mining xcn, got 7-8 blocks/24h for 2 days.
Very profitable compared to eth.
I added 10 x nvidia 1070 (15.5mh each) on the same wallet, more than tripled my hashrate.
And i got only 4 blocks in first 24h and another 5 in the next 24h.
I guess someone is messing with this network.
And i see is messing with the pool, and with the wallet too.
Maybe @bitfreak! can help @pallas and @ocminer figure this out?


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July 23, 2017, 03:08:42 PM
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I had 7 x nvidia 1060 (11.5mh each) solo mining xcn, got 7-8 blocks/24h for 2 days.
Very profitable compared to eth.
I added 10 x nvidia 1070 (15.5mh each) on the same wallet, more than tripled my hashrate.
And i got only 4 blocks in first 24h and another 5 in the next 24h.
I guess someone is messing with this network.
And i see is messing with the pool, and with the wallet too.
Maybe @bitfreak! can help @pallas and @ocminer figure this out?





My pool is stable ATM, I've tried to help pool.mn setting up a pool but they couldn't get the wallet compiled was my last information and a different pool cannot get the wallet synched despite they're trying for three days

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July 23, 2017, 03:08:55 PM
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Someone writing scripts, testing new things .. adapting to my bans etc..
If someone write new scripts to attack, we can write new scripts for auto ban him Grin
on my work I almost do not use manual ban for attackers. 99% autoban by portsentry, logcheck, fail2ban and some my tuned scripts. ocminer, if you need help, you can contact with me or someone else...
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July 23, 2017, 03:10:48 PM
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I had 7 x nvidia 1060 (11.5mh each) solo mining xcn, got 7-8 blocks/24h for 2 days.
Very profitable compared to eth.
I added 10 x nvidia 1070 (15.5mh each) on the same wallet, more than tripled my hashrate.
And i got only 4 blocks in first 24h and another 5 in the next 24h.
I guess someone is messing with this network.
And i see is messing with the pool, and with the wallet too.
Maybe @bitfreak! can help @pallas and @ocminer figure this out?





My pool is stable ATM, I've tried to help pool.mn setting up a pool but they couldn't get the wallet compiled was my last information and a different pool cannot get the wallet synched despite they're trying for three days
how can to contact with pool.mn admin? can try to help too. tomorrow I go to work and try to up my test srv for compile wallet...
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July 23, 2017, 03:11:50 PM
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I had 7 x nvidia 1060 (11.5mh each) solo mining xcn, got 7-8 blocks/24h for 2 days.
Very profitable compared to eth.
I added 10 x nvidia 1070 (15.5mh each) on the same wallet, more than tripled my hashrate.
And i got only 4 blocks in first 24h and another 5 in the next 24h.
I guess someone is messing with this network.
And i see is messing with the pool, and with the wallet too.
Maybe @bitfreak! can help @pallas and @ocminer figure this out?





My pool is stable ATM, I've tried to help pool.mn setting up a pool but they couldn't get the wallet compiled was my last information and a different pool cannot get the wallet synched despite they're trying for three days
how can to contact with pool.mn admin? can try to help too. tomorrow I go to work and try to up my test srv for compile wallet...

They are available here as well, I told them to compile with recent version of boost now

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July 23, 2017, 03:34:29 PM
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So, which plan for exchange xcn to btc and withdraw it to normal wallets and exchanges?
on btc38 no xcn/btc exchange? only xcn/cny and then cny/btc?
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July 23, 2017, 04:19:47 PM
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So, which plan for exchange xcn to btc and withdraw it to normal wallets and exchanges?
on btc38 no xcn/btc exchange? only xcn/cny and then cny/btc?

Damn I'm not Chinese, Lol, how will I sell the coins in BTC38?
Does anyone know if BTERs are allowed in BTC?
Because in bittrex they deactivated BTC by the one of August 1.
I consulted the blockchain support and they said that the transactions would be safe and that what happened happened they would guarantee the funds to the users
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July 23, 2017, 04:22:32 PM
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Does anybody know how to say the gigabyte ga-m68mt-s2p does not recognize the rises? Huh Huh Huh
I'm trying to mount a small rig but it does not recognize the rises, Because this coin is very promising right now .
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July 23, 2017, 04:30:10 PM
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I got no problems with btc38, even tried something stupid like trade to btc and then withdraw btc and it just works. Takes some time though because of low transfer fees as someone already mentioned.

Still some problems with wallets, now my windows wallet has been running for more than one week but linux crashes in hours only. Guess I need to compile it again using different settings.

Some of you guys need to calm down, xcn has been running three years now, there is no sudden hurry to get it done in one week only.
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