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August 04, 2017, 08:04:58 PM
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Both linux-qt and windows cryptonited running well so far (4 days). I guess I need to wait, it's like watching the paint dry...

About miners dumping, 1440 blocks x 197= 283,000 coins mined daily. Each currently valued (btc38) about 1.5 eurocents so only about 4300€ daily if every miner dumps daily to the highest bid. That's nothing.
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August 04, 2017, 08:16:58 PM
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Both linux-qt and windows cryptonited running well so far (4 days). I guess I need to wait, it's like watching the paint dry...

About miners dumping, 1440 blocks x 197= 283,000 coins mined daily. Each currently valued (btc38) about 1.5 eurocents so only about 4300€ daily if every miner dumps daily to the highest bid. That's nothing.
I've used both cryptonited and qt and they both crash without error sometimes. However, it's been working great with cryptonited for the last 7 or so days, even though I've changed nothing and done nothing (except mine). So I have no clue what could've been the problem.

While 2,405,500 coins (8.5 days) might not be much in the long run, and if all those would be sold instantly (which they won't) then that might not be a lot for the daily volume (which is over 90 million last 24 hours). But, it might set a big sell trend in motion. And lets not forget that their wallet isn't fixed yet.

And by the looks of it, they're not really trying that hard.
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August 04, 2017, 09:04:24 PM
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I've used both cryptonited and qt and they both crash without error sometimes. However, it's been working great with cryptonited for the last 7 or so days, even though I've changed nothing and done nothing (except mine). So I have no clue what could've been the problem.

Just to be sure, you got no errors in db.log or debug.log?
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August 04, 2017, 11:31:14 PM
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Just to be sure, you got no errors in db.log or debug.log?
My bad, of course there were errors, but I can't interpret them. I did paste here though but I assume it wasn't looked into. Pallas basically said "I've never seen that before" and that was it. I offered to send him my logs but never got a reply. Not that it matters now, because everything has been working fine for a week - though without me changing a single thing. My miners have been mining just as before.
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August 05, 2017, 05:13:48 AM
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I find XCN to be a good stand-by for mining.
As comparing SIGT to XCN... XCN does pay out a bit more than SIGT currently (with my systems; its XCN $68.87 vs SIGT $65.84).
However that said, SIGT seems it will go up some more, and thus have better value (and currently can be traded), until the difficulty rises, Block 30,000 I believe.
At which case, then XCN may be the better deal to mine on a daily basis.

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August 05, 2017, 06:27:50 AM
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I find XCN to be a good stand-by for mining.
As comparing SIGT to XCN... XCN does pay out a bit more than SIGT currently (with my systems; its XCN $68.87 vs SIGT $65.84).
However that said, SIGT seems it will go up some more, and thus have better value (and currently can be traded), until the difficulty rises, Block 30,000 I believe.
At which case, then XCN may be the better deal to mine on a daily basis.
Let see for HR and price:
my HR total:
13*gtx 1060 3gb, 1*gtx 1070 8gb.
for xcn: ~180mh/s. can mine ~2700xcn`s. current price = 295 sat`s(bter). 2700 * 0.00000295 = 0.007965 btc.
for sigt: ~240mh/s can mine ~ 800 sigt`s. current price = 1464 sat`s (cryptopia). 800 * 0.00001464 = 0.011712 btc.
so, how you calculate your profit?
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August 05, 2017, 06:52:40 AM
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I find XCN to be a good stand-by for mining.
As comparing SIGT to XCN... XCN does pay out a bit more than SIGT currently (with my systems; its XCN $68.87 vs SIGT $65.84).
However that said, SIGT seems it will go up some more, and thus have better value (and currently can be traded), until the difficulty rises, Block 30,000 I believe.
At which case, then XCN may be the better deal to mine on a daily basis.
Let see for HR and price:
my HR total:
13*gtx 1060 3gb, 1*gtx 1070 8gb.
for xcn: ~180mh/s. can mine ~2700xcn`s. current price = 295 sat`s(bter). 2700 * 0.00000295 = 0.007965 btc.
for sigt: ~240mh/s can mine ~ 800 sigt`s. current price = 1464 sat`s (cryptopia). 800 * 0.00001464 = 0.011712 btc.
so, how you calculate your profit?
XCN: ~140 Coins/Hr = 3360 Coins/Day * 0.1339 (XCN to CNY) / 20770 (CNY to BTC) = 0.021661242 BTC => @ $3,150 USD to BTC = $68.23
SIGT: ~ 57 Coins/Hr = 1368 Coins/Day * 0.0000146 (SIGT to BTC) = 0.0199728  BTC => @ $3,150 USD to BTC = $62.91

Note, this is using BTC38 (when it is working) and not Bter.
But yes, I would say at this time would be better to go with SIGT before the 30,000 block kicks in and the increase of difficulty.
Afterwards, depends on the price of SIGT, to determine which is better to mine (and when BTC38 is working properly).

Update:
Missed up originally with a 0.0000164 instead of 0.0000146 with SIGT to BTC.

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August 05, 2017, 06:59:11 AM
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I find XCN to be a good stand-by for mining.
As comparing SIGT to XCN... XCN does pay out a bit more than SIGT currently (with my systems; its XCN $68.87 vs SIGT $65.84).
However that said, SIGT seems it will go up some more, and thus have better value (and currently can be traded), until the difficulty rises, Block 30,000 I believe.
At which case, then XCN may be the better deal to mine on a daily basis.
Let see for HR and price:
my HR total:
13*gtx 1060 3gb, 1*gtx 1070 8gb.
for xcn: ~180mh/s. can mine ~2700xcn`s. current price = 295 sat`s(bter). 2700 * 0.00000295 = 0.007965 btc.
for sigt: ~240mh/s can mine ~ 800 sigt`s. current price = 1464 sat`s (cryptopia). 800 * 0.00001464 = 0.011712 btc.
so, how you calculate your profit?
XCN: ~140 Coins/Hr = 3360 Coins/Day * 0.1339 (XCN to CNY) / 20770 (CNY to BTC) = 0.021661242 BTC => @ $3,150 USD to BTC = $68.23
SIGT: ~ 57 Coins/Hr = 1368 Coins/Day * 0.0000164 (SIGT to BTC) = 0.0224352 BTC => @ $3,150 USD to BTC = $70.67

Well look'y there, that boost with SIGT has brought it up over XCN. (Which I did say would likely go up in value; I originally used 0.0000145 for SIGT, which would be $62.48))
And note, this is using BTC38 (when it is working) and not Bter.
So yes, better to go with SIGT before the 30,000 block kicks in and the increase of difficulty. Afterwards, depends on the price of SIGT, to determine which is better to mine (and when BTC38 is working properly).

Well, this is wrong. because btc38, ATM, not work with xcn. so, you need to calculate with worked exchange - bter.com. after btc38 fix wallet, we can speech about xcn price in cny from btc38.com. no?
no body know, when btc38 admins can fix xcn wallet. may be months or, ... may be never.
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August 05, 2017, 07:08:06 AM
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Well, this is wrong. because btc38, ATM, not work with xcn. so, you need to calculate with worked exchange - bter.com. after btc38 fix wallet, we can speech about xcn price in cny from btc38.com. no?
no body know, when btc38 admins can fix xcn wallet. may be months or, ... may be never.
That is true, it depends on when or if the wallet gets fixed there.
And also of how much of an impact the increase difficulty has with SIGT.
Miners may drop off, which may mean not a significant hit, and the price may continue to raise, especially if it gets listed at Bittrex.
But as SIGT's difficulty rises, XCN then may be better to switch back to; which hopefully the wallet would be repaired by then.
Though if BTC38 decides to drop the coin, then well, yes, BTER would have to be used.

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August 05, 2017, 07:10:03 AM
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As with BTC38, freaking BTC wallet does not work either...

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August 05, 2017, 10:41:01 AM
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Last time btc38 fixed wallet in 5 or 6 months. And the price on bter and bx was less than half, i think is the same now. I can wait.
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August 05, 2017, 11:26:20 AM
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Last time btc38 fixed wallet in 5 or 6 months. And the price on bter and bx was less than half, i think is the same now. I can wait.
wait 6 months instead of mine a profitable coin? Guys, and you know a lot about masochism  Grin
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August 05, 2017, 11:51:49 AM
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Last time btc38 fixed wallet in 5 or 6 months. And the price on bter and bx was less than half, i think is the same now. I can wait.
wait 6 months instead of mine a profitable coin? Guys, and you know a lot about masochism  Grin

I mine eth now. It is stable and it gives predictible revenues. And i wait with my xcn.
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August 05, 2017, 03:02:53 PM
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Last time btc38 fixed wallet in 5 or 6 months. And the price on bter and bx was less than half, i think is the same now. I can wait.

I still don't get it.. why aren't we talking about listing in a respectable platform?? why are still discussing the unfixed wallet? what's the problem in raising funds and getting listed in cryptopia or any other platform?

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August 05, 2017, 03:16:10 PM
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Last time btc38 fixed wallet in 5 or 6 months. And the price on bter and bx was less than half, i think is the same now. I can wait.

I still don't get it.. why aren't we talking about listing in a respectable platform?? why are still discussing the unfixed wallet? what's the problem in raising funds and getting listed in cryptopia or any other platform?
for cryptopia we need worked (fixed) wallet. question to pallas - why you not ask for help to some freelancers? If the sources were not on c++, may be I can fix wallet problems. pallas, you need to ask freelancers for payments help.
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August 05, 2017, 03:25:43 PM
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I'd be willing to go in with a few people to pay to get listed on Cryptopia.  I think its a pretty sound long term investment. 
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August 05, 2017, 04:05:19 PM
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Last time btc38 fixed wallet in 5 or 6 months. And the price on bter and bx was less than half, i think is the same now. I can wait.

I still don't get it.. why aren't we talking about listing in a respectable platform?? why are still discussing the unfixed wallet? what's the problem in raising funds and getting listed in cryptopia or any other platform?
for cryptopia we need worked (fixed) wallet. question to pallas - why you not ask for help to some freelancers? If the sources were not on c++, may be I can fix wallet problems. pallas, you need to ask freelancers for payments help.

look at post #2.
funds are already available and the bounties have been promoted on twitter.

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August 05, 2017, 04:06:35 PM
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I'd be willing to go in with a few people to pay to get listed on Cryptopia.  I think its a pretty sound long term investment. 

It's ok to be listed on cryptopia, but forget the volume we always had on btc38.
That's why I think it's much more important to make btc38 work again, and that's what I'm working for.

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August 05, 2017, 04:21:47 PM
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Count me in aswell

I'd be willing to go in with a few people to pay to get listed on Cryptopia.  I think its a pretty sound long term investment. 
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August 05, 2017, 04:30:05 PM
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I'd be willing to go in with a few people to pay to get listed on Cryptopia.  I think its a pretty sound long term investment.  

It's ok to be listed on cryptopia, but forget the volume we always had on btc38.
That's why I think it's much more important to make btc38 work again, and that's what I'm working for.
you don`t understand, I say about exchange 100k xcn to usd and to offer the proceeds resources for real freelancers (not from forum community), who never seen before to this forum. I say about https://ru.freelancehunt.com/projects/skill/c-cplusplus/2.html or https://www.toptal.com/c-plus-plus or something like that.
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