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January 15, 2018, 08:34:44 AM
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Is there some info on hashrate mining XLR on typical GPU cards? I've found some info that Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 gets 3.3 MH/s, is that correct? How about other Nvidia cards? Are AMD cards much worse?

My 1080ti's I get 16.9 on 3 cards, so about 5.6mh/s each, running roughly 225watts apiece.  I haven't wanted to take my RX580s off Eth, nor have I bothered trying to figure out the sgminer fork for xevan yet.  If I do I'll update with it.

Thank you.
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January 15, 2018, 09:24:46 AM
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That was quite the market boom overnight. It's evident that the addition on Kucoin was a very good thing for Solaris. The volume there has been equal or greater then on CoinExchange, which has also had a big increase in daily volume. The market wants more Solaris and with a very small total coin cap each year that only bodes well for higher prices by the end of 2018. Smiley
You are likely extremely optimistic about XLR price by the end of 2018. Those pumps would came from miners so its chart looks like a spike. Should be careful.
As I mentioned before, its price has dumped in recent days (https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/solaris/) I think it should be under 200K satoshi that makes sense.

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January 15, 2018, 09:45:25 AM
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Is there some info on hashrate mining XLR on typical GPU cards? I've found some info that Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 gets 3.3 MH/s, is that correct? How about other Nvidia cards? Are AMD cards much worse?

My farms are issued to the ccminer:
1050 1282 kH/s
1060 2249 kH/s
1070 3620 kH/s
The overclocking of cards practically does not affect the speed.


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January 15, 2018, 10:53:15 AM
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Is there some info on hashrate mining XLR on typical GPU cards? I've found some info that Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 gets 3.3 MH/s, is that correct? How about other Nvidia cards? Are AMD cards much worse?

AMD RX 560  - 500 Kh/s
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January 15, 2018, 11:10:39 AM
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Great, thank's to everyone for the info.

To summarize:
AMD RX 560: 0.50 MH/s
Nvidia 1050: 1.28 MH/s
Nvidia 1060: 2.25 MH/s
Nvidia 1070: 3.62 MH/s
Nvidia 1080TI: 5.60 MH/s
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January 15, 2018, 12:48:45 PM
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Hey dev,

I am getting this when starting the solaris-qt linux binary:

Code:
solaris-qt: main.cpp:3055: bool ConnectBlock(const CBlock&, CValidationState&, CBlockIndex*, CCoinsViewCache&, bool, bool): Assertion `hashPrevBlock == view.GetBestBlock()' failed.
Aborted (core dumped)

It's wallet 2.3.2.0 and it worked fine yesterday.

Any ideas?
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January 15, 2018, 02:13:59 PM
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Great, thank's to everyone for the info.

To summarize:
AMD RX 560: 0.50 MH/s
Nvidia 1050: 1.28 MH/s
Nvidia 1060: 2.25 MH/s
Nvidia 1070: 3.62 MH/s
Nvidia 1080TI: 5.60 MH/s

So Nvidia has more effective than AMD on hashrate mining. I have just ordered AMD RX 470 FXF. Dont know mine exactly. What a shame!
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January 15, 2018, 02:40:20 PM
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Hey dev,

I am getting this when starting the solaris-qt linux binary:

Code:
solaris-qt: main.cpp:3055: bool ConnectBlock(const CBlock&, CValidationState&, CBlockIndex*, CCoinsViewCache&, bool, bool): Assertion `hashPrevBlock == view.GetBestBlock()' failed.
Aborted (core dumped)

It's wallet 2.3.2.0 and it worked fine yesterday.

Any ideas?

Do you have the same addnode in file solaris.conf?
addnode=78.145.45.173
addnode=92.108.70.246
addnode=89.169.62.37
addnode=89.65.73.101
addnode=92.222.48.122:60020
addnode=88.164.70.252:60020
addnode=84.19.184.96:60020
addnode=45.79.202.155:60020
addnode=151.236.217.178:60020
addnode=139.162.153.247:60020
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January 15, 2018, 02:40:32 PM
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Great, thank's to everyone for the info.

To summarize:
AMD RX 560: 0.50 MH/s
Nvidia 1050: 1.28 MH/s
Nvidia 1060: 2.25 MH/s
Nvidia 1070: 3.62 MH/s
Nvidia 1080TI: 5.60 MH/s

So Nvidia has more effective than AMD on hashrate mining. I have just ordered AMD RX 470 FXF. Dont know mine exactly. What a shame!

nvidia is better on all algorithms except ethash and equihash.  For AMD Radeon owners I would recommend to mine some ethash coin, sell it and after that buy XLR or anything that you want to invest

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January 15, 2018, 03:01:33 PM
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Great, thank's to everyone for the info.

To summarize:
AMD RX 560: 0.50 MH/s
Nvidia 1050: 1.28 MH/s
Nvidia 1060: 2.25 MH/s
Nvidia 1070: 3.62 MH/s
Nvidia 1080TI: 5.60 MH/s

So Nvidia has more effective than AMD on hashrate mining. I have just ordered AMD RX 470 FXF. Dont know mine exactly. What a shame!

nvidia is better on all algorithms except ethash and equihash.  For AMD Radeon owners I would recommend to mine some ethash coin, sell it and after that buy XLR or anything that you want to invest
Like your recommendation. Thank you. By the way, which coin name should I mine first? Can you introduce me some?
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January 15, 2018, 03:53:05 PM
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Great, thank's to everyone for the info.

To summarize:
AMD RX 560: 0.50 MH/s
Nvidia 1050: 1.28 MH/s
Nvidia 1060: 2.25 MH/s
Nvidia 1070: 3.62 MH/s
Nvidia 1080TI: 5.60 MH/s

So Nvidia has more effective than AMD on hashrate mining. I have just ordered AMD RX 470 FXF. Dont know mine exactly. What a shame!

nvidia is better on all algorithms except ethash and equihash.  For AMD Radeon owners I would recommend to mine some ethash coin, sell it and after that buy XLR or anything that you want to invest
Like your recommendation. Thank you. By the way, which coin name should I mine first? Can you introduce me some?

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January 15, 2018, 06:43:43 PM
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Great, thank's to everyone for the info.

To summarize:
AMD RX 560: 0.50 MH/s
Nvidia 1050: 1.28 MH/s
Nvidia 1060: 2.25 MH/s
Nvidia 1070: 3.62 MH/s
Nvidia 1080TI: 5.60 MH/s

So Nvidia has more effective than AMD on hashrate mining. I have just ordered AMD RX 470 FXF. Dont know mine exactly. What a shame!

nvidia is better on all algorithms except ethash and equihash.  For AMD Radeon owners I would recommend to mine some ethash coin, sell it and after that buy XLR or anything that you want to invest
What about Cryptonote/Cryptonight ? Isn't it better then Nvidia?
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January 15, 2018, 06:58:34 PM
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Great, thank's to everyone for the info.

To summarize:
AMD RX 560: 0.50 MH/s
Nvidia 1050: 1.28 MH/s
Nvidia 1060: 2.25 MH/s
Nvidia 1070: 3.62 MH/s
Nvidia 1080TI: 5.60 MH/s

So Nvidia has more effective than AMD on hashrate mining. I have just ordered AMD RX 470 FXF. Dont know mine exactly. What a shame!

AMD Rx 470/570 can get about 1.45 Mh/s - AMD Rx 480/580 can get about 1.7 Mh/s on the Xevan algorithm in our experience.
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January 15, 2018, 07:09:00 PM
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Thank's, let's summarize everything:
AMD RX 560: 0.50 MH/s
Nvidia 1050: 1.28 MH/s
AMD RX 470/570: 1.45 MH/s
AMD RX 480/580: 1.70 MH/s
Nvidia 1060: 2.25 MH/s
Nvidia 1070: 3.62 MH/s
Nvidia 1080TI: 5.60 MH/s
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January 15, 2018, 07:15:28 PM
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Hey dev,

I am getting this when starting the solaris-qt linux binary:

Code:
solaris-qt: main.cpp:3055: bool ConnectBlock(const CBlock&, CValidationState&, CBlockIndex*, CCoinsViewCache&, bool, bool): Assertion `hashPrevBlock == view.GetBestBlock()' failed.
Aborted (core dumped)

It's wallet 2.3.2.0 and it worked fine yesterday.

Any ideas?

DO NOT add any addnodes

Try this "through the window" method.
That is what i used and it worked for me.
It can be likened to re-syncing and re-indexing.

Close your Solaris-qt
Open your AppData/Roaming/Solaris  then delete all EXCEPT for

    wallet.dat
    masternode.conf
    solaris.conf


Then restart your wallet (launch only the version 2.3.2.0)

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January 15, 2018, 08:54:20 PM
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No Block Source Available. I'm getting this error. I have backup.bat but I can't solve problem. Help me guys.
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January 15, 2018, 11:00:45 PM
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Xlr robot faucet is broken because of unknown reason.

But I enabled human-mining faucet http://brain-mines-xlr.club/

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January 16, 2018, 01:24:08 AM
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Should I sell all my xlr coins by 20 Jan to make sure to protect my profit?
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January 16, 2018, 01:26:33 AM
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I don't know if a negative signal had people selling XLR and initiated a trend, but if people are closing their masternodes and selling their coins, and that is causing the downward trend, that would be utter ly moronic.

If there are less MN then there will be more MN rewards coming to the remaining MNs that are still running. Smiley
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January 16, 2018, 01:28:07 AM
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Hey dev,

I am getting this when starting the solaris-qt linux binary:

Code:
solaris-qt: main.cpp:3055: bool ConnectBlock(const CBlock&, CValidationState&, CBlockIndex*, CCoinsViewCache&, bool, bool): Assertion `hashPrevBlock == view.GetBestBlock()' failed.
Aborted (core dumped)

It's wallet 2.3.2.0 and it worked fine yesterday.

Any ideas?

Do you have the same addnode in file solaris.conf?
addnode=78.145.45.173
addnode=92.108.70.246
addnode=89.169.62.37
addnode=89.65.73.101
addnode=92.222.48.122:60020
addnode=88.164.70.252:60020
addnode=84.19.184.96:60020
addnode=45.79.202.155:60020
addnode=151.236.217.178:60020
addnode=139.162.153.247:60020

No. I removed all the addnode= entries because someone in this forum said a few days ago that they're not needed anymore as the wallet comes with seed nodes already.

Was that wrong?
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