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July 24, 2017, 09:58:22 AM
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It seems to me or the calculator of profit on supernova grafts on 50%?

Yes, it's about double. Always been. Not sure if it's because of orphans or some wrong calculations. Ocminer can probably shed light on this.
Besides, orphans are now reported by listtransactions and other rpc methods, so they can be tracked and accounted for (git).

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July 24, 2017, 11:39:16 AM
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hi all,

i'm quite stoked to announce... that i've had a major victory over the past few days in regards to getting some compatible pool software up and running for use with cryptonite. initially starting off with a wrapper/template translator for cryptonite's getblocktemplate call, which then progressed into several rewrites (of varying success/performance) of python's stratum-mining; which then turned to ditching it all and writing a pool from scratch with threading, a converted m7 pow algorithm module and memcached.

there are a few bugs left to resolve; and some performance testing to do, but we should have a quick high-performance pool up in the next few days. i will attempt to bring it up later today if anyone is interested in seeing how well it fares. the whole experience has been quite rewarding, with some interesting questions being raised about how the existing mining infrastructure/layout was implemented; and what/why certain methods were used.

oddly enough, i have had literally zero (nada) problems with synchronising the wallet/it becoming lagged or stalling whilst developing the pool; the machine it was running on being a core2quad 2.33, so i'm honestly stumped as to why the other operators have experienced issues  Roll Eyes  Cool

will post again later on today,
remember kids - built, not bought he said tongue-in-cheek (make haste! aha, hopefully the right people get that)

james

http://i.imgur.com/2odGHep.png
http://i.imgur.com/8x8Xurn.png

This is some good work, Barry. I sent you a PM, please advise.
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July 24, 2017, 04:24:49 PM
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hi all,

i'm quite stoked to announce... that i've had a major victory over the past few days in regards to getting some compatible pool software up and running for use with cryptonite. initially starting off with a wrapper/template translator for cryptonite's getblocktemplate call, which then progressed into several rewrites (of varying success/performance) of python's stratum-mining; which then turned to ditching it all and writing a pool from scratch with threading, a converted m7 pow algorithm module and memcached.

there are a few bugs left to resolve; and some performance testing to do, but we should have a quick high-performance pool up in the next few days. i will attempt to bring it up later today if anyone is interested in seeing how well it fares. the whole experience has been quite rewarding, with some interesting questions being raised about how the existing mining infrastructure/layout was implemented; and what/why certain methods were used.

oddly enough, i have had literally zero (nada) problems with synchronising the wallet/it becoming lagged or stalling whilst developing the pool; the machine it was running on being a core2quad 2.33, so i'm honestly stumped as to why the other operators have experienced issues  Roll Eyes  Cool

will post again later on today,
remember kids - built, not bought he said tongue-in-cheek (make haste! aha, hopefully the right people get that)

james

http://i.imgur.com/2odGHep.png
http://i.imgur.com/8x8Xurn.png

Great achivement! Looking forward to see a fully working pool soon! :-)

Someone can tell me how to mine in ccminer with 5 GPus, I run a GPU but with 5 I do not know what order I should use to recognize them

ccminer.exe -a m7 -o stratum+tcp://xcn.suprnova.cc:8008 -u user  -p password -R 5


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July 25, 2017, 09:16:59 AM
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I found a lot of block, the machine shows yay, but the wallet has no coins, it's all block with orphans?

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July 25, 2017, 09:22:51 AM
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I found a lot of block, the machine shows yay, but the wallet has no coins, it's all block with orphans?

check debug.log, you should see if they were replaced by other blocks.
also listtransactions should say "orphan" (only available with self compiled wallet from git).

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July 25, 2017, 09:28:17 AM
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After the previous boom, I recently stood at the top of XCN, and I'm afraid I'm going to return my profit

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July 25, 2017, 09:38:33 AM
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on btc38 xcn price is down (dump?)? baaaaad!!! Shocked Sad
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July 25, 2017, 09:44:28 AM
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on btc38 xcn price is down (dump?)? baaaaad!!! Shocked Sad

look at the column on the right: all the altcoins are down today.

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July 25, 2017, 09:48:46 AM
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Refill the faucet please... Grin
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July 25, 2017, 09:51:56 AM
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Somebody exchange xcn to btc on bx.in.th? There the price is better.
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July 25, 2017, 10:37:28 AM
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Refill the faucet please... Grin

done ;-)

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July 25, 2017, 10:53:09 AM
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The rise and fall is normal, this is the market, the recent BTC fork problem, which caused all altcoins to fluctuate a lot, and the market should be clear after Aug 1.I'm not worried because today's market is stronger than ever.

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July 25, 2017, 02:05:11 PM
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WARNING

Cryptonite Coins
are the biggest scam.

Truly a Lump and dump scheme!! DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY, NO ONE AT WWW.CRYPTONITE.INFO WILL REPLY, no one will help. Don't believe me? see for yourself !


Have not heard anything after sending numerous emails ! The developers are useless on this forum, theres no hope for this coin! sell your XCN asap while you can. This is a lump and dump scheme, put your money in and it will lead you to PURE MISERY, your CRYPTONITE COINS XCN , money invested will get stuck!



Please take this warning SERIOUSLY for YOUR benefit ! I know several people who have wasted time and money with XCN Cryptonite Coins, don't want anyone else to experience this scam like I did...

So there is my WARNING from my OWN and 8 other investors' personal experience.

XCN CRYPTONITE SCAM, XCN CRYPTONITE COINS LUMP AND DUMP SCHEME, XCN SCAM, XCN DEAD COIN
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July 25, 2017, 02:10:48 PM
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sounds so funny :-)
looks like a template, with spaces to insert the coin name.
but I would surely trust such an experienced forum user LoL!
and, besides, a pump and dump lasting 3.5 years? I must be rich, and I didn't know! :-D

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July 25, 2017, 02:17:52 PM
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WARNING

Cryptonite Coins
are the biggest scam.

Truly a Lump and dump scheme!! DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY, NO ONE AT WWW.CRYPTONITE.INFO WILL REPLY, no one will help. Don't believe me? see for yourself !

Have not heard anything after sending numerous emails ! The developers are useless on this forum, theres no hope for this coin! sell your XCN asap while you can. This is a lump and dump scheme, put your money in and it will lead you to PURE MISERY, your CRYPTONITE COINS XCN , money invested will get stuck!

Please take this warning SERIOUSLY for YOUR benefit ! I know several people who have wasted time and money with XCN Cryptonite Coins, don't want anyone else to experience this scam like I did...

So there is my WARNING from my OWN and 8 other investors' personal experience.

XCN CRYPTONITE SCAM, XCN CRYPTONITE COINS LUMP AND DUMP SCHEME, XCN SCAM, XCN DEAD COIN

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In other news, water flows up hill and obese people do well in long distance running events.

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July 25, 2017, 02:30:34 PM
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ok, so why are we (asking on behalf of others too) not getting replies from the main website after sending over 30 emails asking about the coins on my wallet on linux ?
Seriously its pathetic? this has been going on since the last 3 months!!
WHY?
If theres anyone here that can sort this out , lack of communication andhelp from cryptonite main site then PLEASE for God sake do!! Smiley
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July 25, 2017, 02:31:14 PM
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Hodl, chicun and now lump haha. What's next?
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July 25, 2017, 02:32:35 PM
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Cryptonite Coins are the biggest scam.
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July 25, 2017, 02:33:07 PM
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ok, so why are we (asking on behalf of others too) not getting replies from the main website after sending over 30 emails asking about the coins on my wallet on linux ?
Seriously its pathetic? this has been going on since the last 3 months!!
WHY?
If theres anyone here that can sort this out , lack of communication andhelp from cryptonite main site then PLEASE for God sake do!! Smiley

Why in 3 months didn't you even thought of posting here? There is also a slack channel.
You would then know why you didn't get any answer.

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July 25, 2017, 02:34:44 PM
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it is a good sign when you see people start posting FUD
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