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April 16, 2017, 06:15:20 PM
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So guys, is there any news regwrding the pow algo characteristics? Will it be cpu, vga or asic territory?

It've been stated that spreadx11 won't be used, do you confirm?

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We have not decided upon a hash yet, that is coming along. In terms of mining, we are looking into the possibility of creating our own ASIC's to support the network, so we are likely to be CPU / GPU / ASIC friendly.





My advice would be to pick a GPU friendly algorithm (NIST5 or something) and let the free market take care of developing the ASICs once it is economically viable.  An army of GPUs is sustaining the network of ETH and it's 4.5 billion USD marketcap.  There are plenty of hashes to go around to support HLM's network.

Worrying about designing custom ASICs is putting the cart before the horse.  Focus on improving the core protocol and implementing new technology first.  If HLM can break (and sustain) a 100 million USD+ marketcap, then worry about ASICs.

I missed the AMA unfortunately.  Gonna read through it and give you guys my thoughts on anything that was said (whether you like it or not!  Tongue) sometime in the next few days.


Always value your contributions so looking forward to it.

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April 16, 2017, 10:37:09 PM
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So guys, is there any news regwrding the pow algo characteristics? Will it be cpu, vga or asic territory?

It've been stated that spreadx11 won't be used, do you confirm?

Thanks


We have not decided upon a hash yet, that is coming along. In terms of mining, we are looking into the possibility of creating our own ASIC's to support the network, so we are likely to be CPU / GPU / ASIC friendly.





My advice would be to pick a GPU friendly algorithm (NIST5 or something) and let the free market take care of developing the ASICs once it is economically viable.  An army of GPUs is sustaining the network of ETH and it's 4.5 billion USD marketcap.  There are plenty of hashes to go around to support HLM's network.

Worrying about designing custom ASICs is putting the cart before the horse.  Focus on improving the core protocol and implementing new technology first.  If HLM can break (and sustain) a 100 million USD+ marketcap, then worry about ASICs.

I missed the AMA unfortunately.  Gonna read through it and give you guys my thoughts on anything that was said (whether you like it or not!  Tongue) sometime in the next few days.

The current free market approach doesn't work. We've got Bitcoin to demonstrate that. Look at the Core vs. Bitman position, for example.

If you want a secure network you need a large hash rate, but it has to be distributed. We're looking at how we can influence decentralization through releasing cheap ASICs and possibly limiting distribution on a regional basis to prevent small groups buying up large quantities.

We've got a lot of smart people that have expertise in this area, so it will be interesting to see how the plans evolve. But the one consistent issue with ASICs is that they take time to design. So it is worth starting the process sooner rather than later - I don't think that's putting the cart before the horse, it's planning ahead.

We could have another unique feature that improves the security of the network, just by giving miners cheap miners they can buy, which are also cheap to run.

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April 16, 2017, 10:43:10 PM
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So guys, is there any news regwrding the pow algo characteristics? Will it be cpu, vga or asic territory?

It've been stated that spreadx11 won't be used, do you confirm?

Thanks


We have not decided upon a hash yet, that is coming along. In terms of mining, we are looking into the possibility of creating our own ASIC's to support the network, so we are likely to be CPU / GPU / ASIC friendly.





My advice would be to pick a GPU friendly algorithm (NIST5 or something) and let the free market take care of developing the ASICs once it is economically viable.  An army of GPUs is sustaining the network of ETH and it's 4.5 billion USD marketcap.  There are plenty of hashes to go around to support HLM's network.


Worrying about designing custom ASICs is putting the cart before the horse.  Focus on improving the core protocol and implementing new technology first.  If HLM can break (and sustain) a 100 million USD+ marketcap, then worry about ASICs.

I missed the AMA unfortunately.  Gonna read through it and give you guys my thoughts on anything that was said (whether you like it or not!  Tongue) sometime in the next few days.

The current free market approach doesn't work. We've got Bitcoin to demonstrate that. Look at the Core vs. Bitman position, for example.

If you want a secure network you need a large hash rate, but it has to be distributed. We're looking at how we can influence decentralization through releasing cheap ASICs and possibly limiting distribution on a regional basis to prevent small groups buying up large quantities.

We've got a lot of smart people that have expertise in this area, so it will be interesting to see how the plans evolve. But the one consistent issue with ASICs is that they take time to design. So it is worth starting the process sooner rather than later - I don't think that's putting the cart before the horse, it's planning ahead.

We could have another unique feature that improves the security of the network, just by giving miners cheap miners they can buy, which are also cheap to run.

If its time for ASIC please let me reserve one Smiley My  location is at South East Asia.
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April 17, 2017, 12:31:10 AM
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The biggest issue I see with starting off with ASIC mining would be the illusion of centralized mining- as the ability to create the mining hardware would be in the hands of a central group. That argument would be fuel for many individuals.

If Helium reached an appropriate valuation, we could see the entry of larger and specialized ASIC companies into the scene. What's to stop them from developing a much more effective chip? The main strategy I see towards a decentralized mining network would be to deploy an algorithm that is memory intensive- or any specification that renders ASICs obsolete. An algorithm that is GPU friendly would be much more viable as it allows everyone in on the game from the start. The network would be truly decentralized, with no group with the "key" to mining in the beginning.

If you want to select an algorithm that is both GPU and ASIC friendly, X11 would definitely be viable. ASICs hashing X11 were released last year by small manufacturers, and the hardware is already spread amongst many miners.

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The biggest issue I see with starting off with ASIC mining would be the illusion of centralized mining- as the ability to create the mining hardware would be in the hands of a central group. That argument would be fuel for many individuals.

If Helium reached an appropriate valuation, we could see the entry of larger and specialized ASIC companies into the scene. What's to stop them from developing a much more effective chip? The main strategy I see towards a decentralized mining network would be to deploy an algorithm that is memory intensive- or any specification that renders ASICs obsolete. An algorithm that is GPU friendly would be much more viable as it allows everyone in on the game from the start. The network would be truly decentralized, with no group with the "key" to mining in the beginning.

If you want to select an algorithm that is both GPU and ASIC friendly, X11 would definitely be viable. ASICs hashing X11 were released last year by small manufacturers, and the hardware is already spread amongst many miners.

We're not starting off with ASICs. They take time and money to build.

We'll have lots of discussions on this, I'm sure. Pitch in on slack when those discussions start to pick-up steam.

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April 17, 2017, 06:17:39 PM
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The biggest issue I see with starting off with ASIC mining would be the illusion of centralized mining- as the ability to create the mining hardware would be in the hands of a central group. That argument would be fuel for many individuals.

If Helium reached an appropriate valuation, we could see the entry of larger and specialized ASIC companies into the scene. What's to stop them from developing a much more effective chip? The main strategy I see towards a decentralized mining network would be to deploy an algorithm that is memory intensive- or any specification that renders ASICs obsolete. An algorithm that is GPU friendly would be much more viable as it allows everyone in on the game from the start. The network would be truly decentralized, with no group with the "key" to mining in the beginning.

If you want to select an algorithm that is both GPU and ASIC friendly, X11 would definitely be viable. ASICs hashing X11 were released last year by small manufacturers, and the hardware is already spread amongst many miners.

A direct feed of ASIC from the developer of the coin has some pretty evident and potentially harmful consequences, like the devs centralization of hashing power.

It would be better eventually to adopt a solution like DGB as an example, which has an ASIC and VGA support on it's own, due the usage of different algos. Problem solved.
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April 17, 2017, 06:32:52 PM
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The current free market approach doesn't work.

We could have another unique feature that improves the security of the network, just by giving miners cheap miners they can buy, which are also cheap to run.

If the SPR network reaches sufficient value, the free market is going to take those cheap miners and resell them on eBay for x10 what you sold them for.  If the free market deems the value of those miners to be much higher than the price you sell them for, they WILL be sold at that much higher price.  Only difference is whether you think that extra cash is better off in your bank account (and funding HLM development) or in the hands of resellers.

Not only that, but if there is sufficient demand, it is only a matter of time until someone else comes along and designs their own chips and miners.

If you want a secure network you need a large hash rate, but it has to be distributed. We're looking at how we can influence decentralization through releasing cheap ASICs and possibly limiting distribution on a regional basis to prevent small groups buying up large quantities.

Mining will ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS centralize to a degree, no matter how much you try to fight it.  You won't win if you try to battle the economics of scale.

But the one consistent issue with ASICs is that they take time to design. So it is worth starting the process sooner rather than later - I don't think that's putting the cart before the horse, it's planning ahead.

ASICs take time AND money to design.  I say it is putting the cart before the horse because HLM needs to prove it is economically viable enough to develop ASICs for before such an investment would be wise.

The biggest issue I see with starting off with ASIC mining would be the illusion of centralized mining- as the ability to create the mining hardware would be in the hands of a central group. That argument would be fuel for many individuals.

If Helium reached an appropriate valuation, we could see the entry of larger and specialized ASIC companies into the scene. What's to stop them from developing a much more effective chip? The main strategy I see towards a decentralized mining network would be to deploy an algorithm that is memory intensive- or any specification that renders ASICs obsolete. An algorithm that is GPU friendly would be much more viable as it allows everyone in on the game from the start. The network would be truly decentralized, with no group with the "key" to mining in the beginning.

If you want to select an algorithm that is both GPU and ASIC friendly, X11 would definitely be viable. ASICs hashing X11 were released last year by small manufacturers, and the hardware is already spread amongst many miners.

If decentralization is the mantra of HLM, then as Gladimor said you should choose a memory intensive algorithm like DaggerHashimoto or Equihash.  You shouldn't be worried about developing ASICs for HLM, you should be worried about preventing ASICs for HLM!

In my opinion, I would NOT recommend X11.  It's GPU and ASIC friendly now, but that won't last long.  We are still on the first generation of X11 ASICs.  Once generation 2 rolls around, GPUs won't be able to compete. 

Also, can anyone name a successful SHA-256 or Scrypt coin that isn't Bitcoin or Litecoin (or merge mined with BTC or LTC)?  People invest in ASICs to mine the main coin associated with them, and DASH is pretty much THE X11 coin.  A lot of miners end up only mining the smaller coins when their profitability is higher than the main coin, and then immediately dump them.  If HLM uses X11, you are gonna get a lot of DASH miners only mining it when the profitability is high and repeatedly dumping HLM into oblivion.

I say just use one of the plethora of lesser known GPU algorithms out there (NIST5, Lyra2RE, etc.) and call it a day.  HLM can start off as a GPU-only coin but the possibility of ASICs down the road won't necessarily be ruled out.

A direct feed of ASIC from the developer of the coin has some pretty evident and potentially harmful consequences, like the devs centralization of hashing power.

Another good point.  A coin can't be decentralized if the devs are controlling the flow of mining equipment!

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April 17, 2017, 06:51:04 PM
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The decentralization is the key element to avoid the acquisition of dominance of a certain group in the initial stage; the issue is that you cannot avoid it, just put a delay on it.

It can be a long term feature, like the ICE-Age of Ethereum, or it could lead to an ASIC viability like any other crypto, but just remember that the "centralization"concept means also volume on a daily basis, and volume means market capitalization.

You cannot acquire success without having a third-party infrastructure backbone, and it's simply called market approval.

In my experience the ASIC technology it's unfortunately a wrong step, because it leads to an excess of centralization  in the mining process (easy build-up of farms) and consequently a bigger issue related to 51% attacks (double spending).

A path with a CPU compatibility in the testnet, with a near-0 distribution with an early stage it would be fair, associated to a random distribution. Then, following the client's releases and patches, it could be scheduled a VGA startup phase, which would imply a near-immediate market approval, efficient step-up and distribution phase. Have a look at ZEC emission rate, and what brought to ZEC/BTC: it started with hype, and due the latter it vanished, like a leaf of ice in the desert.

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April 17, 2017, 08:14:27 PM
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Some good discussion on the ASIC front.


As mentioned, we are fortunate to have relevant experience on the team in the area of mining, specifically ASIC''s. I will reiterate this is simply a consideration of ours and is longer term. The primary focus for us right now is to launch the network without hitch and work towards our goals as outlined in the road map. The mining industry is a cut throat business, and building a successful miner takes a unique skill set (over and above Time and Money). Rest assured, we will make an informed decision when the time is right and only after we have done considerable due diligence.






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April 17, 2017, 11:13:55 PM
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Some good discussion on the ASIC front.


As mentioned, we are fortunate to have relevant experience on the team in the area of mining, specifically ASIC''s. I will reiterate this is simply a consideration of ours and is longer term. The primary focus for us right now is to launch the network without hitch and work towards our goals as outlined in the road map. The mining industry is a cut throat business, and building a successful miner takes a unique skill set (over and above Time and Money). Rest assured, we will make an informed decision when the time is right and only after we have done considerable due diligence.







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Some good discussion on the ASIC front.


As mentioned, we are fortunate to have relevant experience on the team in the area of mining, specifically ASIC''s. I will reiterate this is simply a consideration of ours and is longer term. The primary focus for us right now is to launch the network without hitch and work towards our goals as outlined in the road map. The mining industry is a cut throat business, and building a successful miner takes a unique skill set (over and above Time and Money). Rest assured, we will make an informed decision when the time is right and only after we have done considerable due diligence.







ASIC  Shocked ?  Goodbye, friend. I'm sorry what I'm loitering following this topic.

I'm out as well. I preferred PoS.
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ASICS are a huge problem that we are now only realizing the effect of years after. Mining on other coins is completely centralized because 1 or 2 companies are making all the mining equipment and if they feel an update should be blocked, they will block it, despite the user sentiment. No matter if you think that you can have a company that will have ethics and distribute fairly, in the end they wont because they are a business and only wish to maximize profit. My opinion is GPU keeps it the most fair while securing the network. I like POS but there is also a fair criticism that it also leads to centralization. Having many pools with GPU mining saw the most decentralized era bitcoin ever had. Sure there were moments where some pools had more than 51%, but hash power was easily moved over to other pools. Now we basically have bitmain which controls more than 51% but it is distributed between pools so it is pseudo decentralized. Hashpower cant be moved away from pools because the regular person no longer has hardware to move over.

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April 18, 2017, 02:12:22 AM
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Here is just my  three cents on the asic front.

Does not matter if the devs plan on using the, building them, selling them or anything else down the road. Whatever algo is chosen and the coin does well and other coins follow then you can bet asics will be out.

Hasn't this been the pattern? Sha, scrypt, all the x's, quark and the rest.

You can bet if spread-x would be more popular and worth it then the asic companies would have built one.

Also don't think we won't see an equihash asic if the algo stays popular and other coins use it.

Just about every algo that has been "asic proof" has been "proofed". Also don't think those asics just popped up. They were used for months before being sold to the public.

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Here is just my  three cents on the asic front.

Does not matter if the devs plan on using the, building them, selling them or anything else down the road. Whatever algo is chosen and the coin does well and other coins follow then you can bet asics will be out.

Hasn't this been the pattern? Sha, scrypt, all the x's, quark and the rest.

You can bet if spread-x would be more popular and worth it then the asic companies would have built one.

Also don't think we won't see an equihash asic if the algo stays popular and other coins use it.

Just about every algo that has been "asic proof" has been "proofed". Also don't think those asics just popped up. They were used for months before being sold to the public.

We can do POS or we can always just do what ethereum does, say POS is coming , but never actually have it come, so asics arent made. Also could say that we will change algorithms if asics are made. I like the idea of masternodes having votes in these types of things like in other coins.

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i just like the name HELIUM.

so is it too late to buy spreadcoin? spread itself is a nice coin, now holders have chance to swap into a better one.

but recent spike makes me scared. still missing the cheap coins.






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i just like the name HELIUM.

so is it too late to buy spreadcoin? spread itself is a nice coin, now holders have chance to swap into a better one.

but recent spike makes me scared. still missing the cheap coins.




IMO the price of spreadcoin is only going to go higher. The more that people see the project and want to get in, the more they will realize they need spreadcoin. Especially when they announce the date and have things in order and more definitive, people are going to want to get in on the action. I wouldnt wait and I would say the spike is most likely caused by people looking to trade it into helium.

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April 18, 2017, 12:17:50 PM
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i just like the name HELIUM.

so is it too late to buy spreadcoin? spread itself is a nice coin, now holders have chance to swap into a better one.

but recent spike makes me scared. still missing the cheap coins.





We have yet to release a snapshot date for the Spreadcoin blockchain. When we do it will be with plenty of advanced notice to the public.


The transition from SPR to HLM is a coin redemption, opposed to a swap. You will be able to keep your SPR in addition to your HLM once the con redemption is complete. In this case you are literally getting 2 for the price of 1.







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We have yet to release a snapshot date for the Spreadcoin blockchain. When we do it will be with plenty of advanced notice to the public.


The transition from SPR to HLM is a coin redemption, opposed to a swap. You will be able to keep your SPR in addition to your HLM once the con redemption is complete. In this case you are literally getting 2 for the price of 1.


Have you yet to clarify what percentage of the coin supply will be given out during the redemption?

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We have yet to release a snapshot date for the Spreadcoin blockchain. When we do it will be with plenty of advanced notice to the public.


The transition from SPR to HLM is a coin redemption, opposed to a swap. You will be able to keep your SPR in addition to your HLM once the con redemption is complete. In this case you are literally getting 2 for the price of 1.


Have you yet to clarify what percentage of the coin supply will be given out during the redemption?


Since the redemption is a 1:1 matching we will be creating an exact match for circulating supply on SPR, based off of the snapshot. Because we are looking at a long window (6 months+) for redemption we expect people to be redeeming coins over that time period as they become aware. For total coin count we have looked at 20m however nothing is set in stone.


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I was not in the AMA so not sure if this was asked.

About the snap shot. Are only coins in local wallet counted?

Basically what I mean is if coins are on an exchange will we have to pull them out and put them in our local wallet or will you exchange one for one with coins on say BitTrex and then it will be up to BitTrex to distribute the coins?


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