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October 01, 2017, 02:25:04 PM
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Hi guys

Is there someone able to explain to me the advantages of Nist5 hashing algorithm? Sorry if the question seems stupid but actually I don't find a lot of infos while searching on google

The brand new XEVAN algorithm will be  replaced our older NIST5 algorithm. XEVAN was found by the Bitsend developer and has since then proven to be a stable, ASIC resistant and efficient algorithm.The Xevan hash algorithm is an unique combination from the dual X17 difficulty algorithm with an extension to 128 bits.
The new algorithm should give even more equality for CPU and GPU miners. GPU miners have less advantage making mining more energy efficient. ASIC hardware is unavailable and very hard to design due to the nature of the XEVAN algorithm.


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October 01, 2017, 02:29:36 PM
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Hi guys

Is there someone able to explain to me the advantages of Nist5 hashing algorithm? Sorry if the question seems stupid but actually I don't find a lot of infos while searching on google

The brand new XEVAN algorithm will be  replaced our older NIST5 algorithm. XEVAN was found by the Bitsend developer and has since then proven to be a stable, ASIC resistant and efficient algorithm.The Xevan hash algorithm is an unique combination from the dual X17 difficulty algorithm with an extension to 128 bits.
The new algorithm should give even more equality for CPU and GPU miners. GPU miners have less advantage making mining more energy efficient. ASIC hardware is unavailable and very hard to design due to the nature of the XEVAN algorithm.


Check us out at  https://twitter.com/SolarisCoin  and click the follow button to stay up to date on the latest happenings.



great for XLR coin! Reborn?
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October 01, 2017, 02:34:53 PM
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There is still a lot of room for the expansion of space, I hope it can reach as soon as possible some glory
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October 01, 2017, 04:49:41 PM
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Wow, I found that solaris dev is quite active. So, after the swapping, will old NIST5 chain still available like ETH and ETC?

Actually I noticed about solaris from ccminer topic about xevan algorithm, found that it is one of the great coin  Smiley

Old Solaris chain - Nist5 -  will run until  the end of the swapping period (06.12.2017).
There will be no change name or ticker  - will remain the same name : SOLARIS ( XLR )

Thank you for your support !








So, nvidia miners can continue mining NIST5 coins until 05.12.2017 and swap them on 06.12.2017 for the new Solaris, right?

Yes , you right . Nvidia miners can continue mining NIST5 coins until the end of the swapping period (06.12.2017).During the swapping period  we will have two chain ( Nist5 and Xevan ) running in parallel .
 New network start (XEVAN algo + masternode) - 07 October, 14:00 UTC.

Thank you for your support !


How will that work?
What chain will topia be on? When will they jump?
So there will be twice the xlr made daily for a while?



To ensure the smooth swap old coins for the new one Nist5 network must run until the  end of the swapping period (06.12.2017).  After that day mining Solaris in Nist5 chain will make no sense ( swap won't be possible). By the swapping time ( 60 days ) double coins will be mined. Im trying to negotiate with Cryptopia swap , If they do not agree to it Solaris will be delisting for Cryptopia (as it is written in their "policy").Once the swap is complete we can apply via Paytopia to have new XLR relisted.
With the Coinexchange.io  should be much easier  - we contacted with them - they have swap fee .  This will be the first exchange for Solaris .

Thank you for your support !






delisting from topia would be very bad for the coin.

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October 01, 2017, 07:20:52 PM
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I like that the dev actively communicates.
Definitely will invest in this coin.  Wink
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October 01, 2017, 07:37:28 PM
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I've tryed to reach out to the ccminer dev. Unfortunatley he will not implement xevan algo into ccminer. He has been hacked a few weeks ago and he seems to be frustrated, which I do understand.

Yeah Epsylon has been abused allot, he creates the most widely used Nvidia mining software, releases it for free, doesn't charge a dev fee and even updated it regularly for a long time. He also developed mining pool infrastructure and shares it... then some rat bastard hacked all the yiimp based pools and stole from him (and many others) as a thank you. I don't blame the guy for being sick of it.

As for the xevan miner issue, right now krnlx (you might recognize him from his skunkhash miner) has developed a xevan version of ccminer that he's been mining bitsend with privately. He said that it's not ready for the public, but he's trying to improve it's speed and stability before making it public. He said he's just a hobby developer, so I don't know how much time he spends on it, but if we have 60 days before the Nist5 algo is gone, then I think he will (hopefully) have his xevan Nvidia miner made public before then.
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October 01, 2017, 09:22:02 PM
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For consideration:

If 1000 XLR is req. for a masternode, have you done some models on how that will model when the supply is higher?


Current supply is 538,908 XLR ?
How much % would 1000xlrmn lock up if you compare to other coins?


How many nodes will you have to have running to lock up enough coins at max supply, 10 000 000?



coin:    supply:   Nodes:  mnCost:   Locked:     Node value BTC
DASH        7M     4568         1k          60%      75!
BSD         15M      323        25k          48%      2,5
SYNX       15M      642          5k          21%      0,27
NTRN       31M      260        25k          21%      0,9
CRAVE     1,3M     483        0,5K          17%      0,28


XLRnow   0,5         x          1k            x             0,14
XLRfutr    10M      2000    1K            20%             x
XLRfutr    10M      4000    1K            40%             x

XLRfutr   10M      2000    1,5K         30%             x
XLRfutr   10M      4000    1,5K         60%             x



LoL... dont know if any of you understood any of that.
But i tried showing that EVEN with the same number of nodes as DASH, you wont lock up enough coins to blow the price to space.

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October 01, 2017, 09:39:09 PM
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For a masternode you will need 1,000 XLR.

Please let me clarify. Like I said before, Solaris Masternode will require to have 1,000 XLR collateral.







We will pay 3,000 XLR bounty for the first Windows XEVAN  Nvidia miner



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October 02, 2017, 11:51:33 AM
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@Dabs please pay 600 XLR bounty  for a new announcement design  to @ logocreator address:

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We will pay 3,000 XLR bounty for the first Windows XEVAN  Nvidia miner




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October 02, 2017, 04:29:48 PM
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For consideration:

If 1000 XLR is req. for a masternode, have you done some models on how that will model when the supply is higher?


Current supply is 538,908 XLR ?
How much % would 1000xlrmn lock up if you compare to other coins?


How many nodes will you have to have running to lock up enough coins at max supply, 10 000 000?



coin:    supply:   Nodes:  mnCost:   Locked:     Node value BTC
DASH        7M     4568         1k          60%      75!
BSD         15M      323        25k          48%      2,5
SYNX       15M      642          5k          21%      0,27
NTRN       31M      260        25k          21%      0,9
CRAVE     1,3M     483        0,5K          17%      0,28


XLRnow   0,5         x          1k            x             0,14
XLRfutr    10M      2000    1K            20%             x
XLRfutr    10M      4000    1K            40%             x

XLRfutr   10M      2000    1,5K         30%             x
XLRfutr   10M      4000    1,5K         60%             x



LoL... dont know if any of you understood any of that.
But i tried showing that EVEN with the same number of nodes as DASH, you wont lock up enough coins to blow the price to space.


your stats are correct,
Your deductions are wrong.

If you are going to do any valid comparison, it should be done on a fair grounds and not to confuse anyone who is looking at what you have posted
  • You have failed to consider the coins you have listed have different market caps. To put this into consideration and to bring things to level ground, you have make your calculation this way
    Ratio of Masternode collateral amount : Max supply
  • You have considered DASH at its current supply of 7 million and you seem to be considering XLR at its max supply of 10 mill. Thats unfair
    I will tell you why
    Dash has about 40 to 45% of its supply in circulation. and has 4500 nodes.  Lets also assume XLR has 40 to 45% of its supply cirulating making it 4.5 million.
    With 4500 XLR nodes, what percentage is locked up?
    Answer is 100%  which is virtually impossible.
    That makes a very huge lock up of XLR coins

your stats may be right but its skewed to favour your point and your deductions are wrong.

Nevertheless i still think an XLR masternode should be 1500 XLR because we cant compare ourselves to the top coins like DASH yet, and second because it will take a while to climb up the coinmarketcap ladder



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October 02, 2017, 05:35:57 PM
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Here's a dropbox link for the old Xevan ccminer that used to be on Github.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/lsev1gakac1fiz9/xevan_ccminer-master.rar?dl=0

Dear can you reupload it to some other location.... this link is not available...
Perhaps.... mega.nz..
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October 02, 2017, 10:18:37 PM
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For consideration:

If 1000 XLR is req. for a masternode, have you done some models on how that will model when the supply is higher?


Current supply is 538,908 XLR ?
How much % would 1000xlrmn lock up if you compare to other coins?


How many nodes will you have to have running to lock up enough coins at max supply, 10 000 000?



coin:    supply:   Nodes:  mnCost:   Locked:     Node value BTC
DASH        7M     4568         1k          60%      75!
BSD         15M      323        25k          48%      2,5
SYNX       15M      642          5k          21%      0,27
NTRN       31M      260        25k          21%      0,9
CRAVE     1,3M     483        0,5K          17%      0,28


XLRnow   0,5         x          1k            x             0,14
XLRfutr    10M      2000    1K            20%             x
XLRfutr    10M      4000    1K            40%             x

XLRfutr   10M      2000    1,5K         30%             x
XLRfutr   10M      4000    1,5K         60%             x



LoL... dont know if any of you understood any of that.
But i tried showing that EVEN with the same number of nodes as DASH, you wont lock up enough coins to blow the price to space.


your stats are correct,
Your deductions are wrong.

If you are going to do any valid comparison, it should be done on a fair grounds and not to confuse anyone who is looking at what you have posted
  • You have failed to consider the coins you have listed have different market caps. To put this into consideration and to bring things to level ground, you have make your calculation this way
    Ratio of Masternode collateral amount : Max supply
  • You have considered DASH at its current supply of 7 million and you seem to be considering XLR at its max supply of 10 mill. Thats unfair
    I will tell you why
    Dash has about 40 to 45% of its supply in circulation. and has 4500 nodes.  Lets also assume XLR has 40 to 45% of its supply cirulating making it 4.5 million.
    With 4500 XLR nodes, what percentage is locked up?
    Answer is 100%  which is virtually impossible.
    That makes a very huge lock up of XLR coins

your stats may be right but its skewed to favour your point and your deductions are wrong.

Nevertheless i still think an XLR masternode should be 1500 XLR because we cant compare ourselves to the top coins like DASH yet, and second because it will take a while to climb up the coinmarketcap ladder





There surely are many more factors too.
It was meant as a rough way to describe that the amount of locked coins is important.
We dont wanna end up like SIB vs DASH. 5K nodes that hardly pays anything and not enough coins locked up to constrict the supply.

I guess i would put my money in 1500 XLR more than 1k.
Id feel "better lock up too many and moon like fack than not lock up enough and just stay on the floor"

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October 02, 2017, 11:09:59 PM
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Yiimp isnt hitting as many blocks as it used to.  What pool is gobbling up all these blocks?
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October 03, 2017, 12:25:04 AM
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Solaris mining is working well Smiley 11 blocks found last 24 hours on LycheeBit
http://www.lycheebit.com/site/block?id=1801

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addnode=188.165.3.6:18920
addnode=146.185.135.35:18920
addnode=167.114.103.43:18920
addnode=51.15.164.53:18920
addnode=62.210.110.181:18920
addnode=94.130.19.114:18920
addnode=88.99.226.34:18920
addnode=185.92.223.144:18920
addnode=78.46.227.52:18920
addnode=185.183.99.171:18920
addnode=176.9.78.10:18920
addnode=[2001:0:9d38:6ab8:cd3:1fa4:b5f3:75c7]:18920
addnode=5.164.15.208:18920
addnode=172.104.156.182:18920
addnode=[2001:0:9d38:953c:cb2:a01:d047:313a]:18920
addnode=203.59.236.69:18920

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October 03, 2017, 04:56:10 AM
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There surely are many more factors too.
It was meant as a rough way to describe that the amount of locked coins is important.
We dont wanna end up like SIB vs DASH. 5K nodes that hardly pays anything and not enough coins locked up to constrict the supply.

I guess i would put my money in 1500 XLR more than 1k.
Id feel "better lock up too many and moon like fack than not lock up enough and just stay on the floor"

I agree with you. I think 1500 XLR as collateral would be ideal  Wink

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I've tryed to reach out to the ccminer dev. Unfortunatley he will not implement xevan algo into ccminer. He has been hacked a few weeks ago and he seems to be frustrated, which I do understand.

Yeah Epsylon has been abused allot, he creates the most widely used Nvidia mining software, releases it for free, doesn't charge a dev fee and even updated it regularly for a long time. He also developed mining pool infrastructure and shares it... then some rat bastard hacked all the yiimp based pools and stole from him (and many others) as a thank you. I don't blame the guy for being sick of it.

As for the xevan miner issue, right now krnlx (you might recognize him from his skunkhash miner) has developed a xevan version of ccminer that he's been mining bitsend with privately. He said that it's not ready for the public, but he's trying to improve it's speed and stability before making it public. He said he's just a hobby developer, so I don't know how much time he spends on it, but if we have 60 days before the Nist5 algo is gone, then I think he will (hopefully) have his xevan Nvidia miner made public before then.

Did you inform krnlx that there is 3000 XLR bounty for xevan nvidia miner ?  3 masternodes can be run with 3000 XLR  if he is interested Smiley
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Friends!

Need more power on http://yiimp.ccminer.org/  Cheesy
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You need to create solariscoin.conf  yourself ( notepad) .  Make sure you show known file extensions so you don't accidently name it solariscoin.conf.txt
Close wallet first  , then edit your solariscoin.conf  ( the config file for the Solariscoin wallet is located at C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\solariscoin )

Code:
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=18921
rpcuser=USER
rpcpassword=PASSWD
daemon=1
server=1
listen=1
mining=1
addnode=185.183.99.171
addnode=185.183.99.19



hey guys, did this but still can't get my wallet to synch. 0 connections. other wallets work with no problem.

anybody have an idea?


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October 03, 2017, 12:55:51 PM
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hey guys, did this but still can't get my wallet to synch. 0 connections. other wallets work with no problem.

anybody have an idea?


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October 03, 2017, 02:27:37 PM
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I'm going to lose my XLR?

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