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August 29, 2018, 05:40:17 AM
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I just want to get things up, since I reported this two profile (thedarknight789 and Iyum) here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1926895.msg44119221#msg44119221)

Where in fact that I can still see that they're still active and can post anywhere they like in any ann thread, posting such copy-pasted posts from icobench rating page where they didn't even quote or credit the original posts/poster tho I see that their post I reported was removed.

Can any mod explain why this 2 users still can posts where plagiarism is such a huge case to get permaban on this forum?


Copy/paste own post ,
Profile link : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2087618

Up. Feel free to ask any questions.

Up. Feel free to ask any questions.
I can't see any basis that this is relevant to be a copy/pasted situation, it's just like bumping of his/her own thread. Moreover, you can report his/her posts for not deleting old bumps instead.

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August 29, 2018, 08:11:49 AM
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Am I right or should I report this in some other way?
It's up to you but I always use the report to moderator link first and post here if either it doesn't get handled or it is too complicated to explain in the report text.

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Also always check on BPIP https://bpip.org/profile.aspx?p=maremostro

This one is already banned.

Thank you for the answer and explanation.

You said that this account is already banned but when I check on BPIP page link you provided with his account, I see that this member is not banned and was active 11 hours ago.

Are you sure he was banned?

Maybe he was lucky to unban his account, I don't know.

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August 29, 2018, 08:23:40 AM
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I just want to get things up, since I reported this two profile (thedarknight789 and Iyum) here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1926895.msg44119221#msg44119221)

Where in fact that I can still see that they're still active and can post anywhere they like in any ann thread, posting such copy-pasted posts from icobench rating page where they didn't even quote or credit the original posts/poster tho I see that their post I reported was removed.

Can any mod explain why this 2 users still can posts where plagiarism is such a huge case to get permaban on this forum?


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According to bpip.org (credits to vod for this amazing site) both users got some of their posts deleted, so I guess there are some of your reported posts in it.

Like LoyceV said, it depends on which mod handles your reported post. In my experience, the most of my plag reports got banned, but some of them only got their posts/topics deleted, which is a bit frustrating,
because I invested a lot of time investigating it.

In that case, I would report both users again, 'cause they are still copy/pasting content:



Companies can incentivize users to purchase their goods and services by offering rewards in ZAZA Tokens. In this way, both the buyer and the seller benefit from this system. This feature helps ensure and maintain customer loyalty

Original: https://zaza-world.io/docs/ZAZA_White_Paper.pdf
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Companies can incentivize users to purchase their goods and services by offering rewards
in ZAZA Tokens. In this way, both the buyer and the seller benefit from this system. This
feature helps ensure and maintain customer loyalty.



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OSA DC offers OSA Hybrid Platform Solution advancement. It utilizes a set of breakthrough technologies that help overcome weaknesses when implementing the solution. Namely, transparency lack and people making mistakes working with supply chain industry.

Original: https://icobench.com/ico/osa/ratings
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It utilizes a set of breakthrough technologies that help overcome weaknesses when implementing the solution. Namely, transparency lack and people making mistakes working with supply chain industry


for example.

In difficult cases, where text spinning is involved I also insert a link to my post here in the report.




Am I right or should I report this in some other way?
It's up to you but I always use the report to moderator link first and post here if either it doesn't get handled or it is too complicated to explain in the report text.

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Also always check on BPIP https://bpip.org/profile.aspx?p=maremostro

This one is already banned.

Thank you for the answer and explanation.

You said that this account is already banned but when I check on BPIP page link you provided with his account, I see that this member is not banned and was active 11 hours ago.

Are you sure he was banned?

Maybe he was lucky to unban his account, I don't know.


Look at the right site in the security/moderator log section, it says "Profile has been Autobanned". So the user was able to log in, but he can't post anymore.

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August 29, 2018, 09:17:54 AM
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Thank you for the answer and explanation.

You said that this account is already banned but when I check on BPIP page link you provided with his account, I see that this member is not banned and was active 11 hours ago.

Are you sure he was banned?

Maybe he was lucky to unban his account, I don't know.


If the account is banned, that doesn't mean that he cannot log-in. He cannot post/PM or merit but he can read (idk if he receive messages, maybe only form the admins) and nothing else.



Back to the OP, let me drop one homograph plagiarism >


The original :
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Well forum may not be the best solution for publishing news but a lot of people are simply accustomed to forums ... anyway thank you for your efforts and answers here.

The copy:
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Greetings  Well, forum may not be the best solution for publishing news but a lot of people are simply accustomed to forums ... anyway thank you for your efforts and answers here.

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August 29, 2018, 05:02:35 PM
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I believe these users sunlitit654 (banned), MilfordGannon (banned) and annasadia (banned) copy/paraphrase/text spin the original content. They posted it in the same thread one after the other. Though it's not necessary to include, these 3 users, including the one who posted the original were reported as connected accounts here.

Paraphrase/Tex Spin: [Archive of the three]
the most important thing is we should do research about wallet because if it is user friendly and secure then we can adapt this because that time it is safe to use also we need to check the articles properly about wallet.
The first and foremost thing we need to see is whether the wallet is a secure one and on top of that, whether it is user friendly or not. If these two criteria are fulfilled then there is no harm in going for the ones mentioned in the article.
Original:
Based on this article it looks good but before choosing or using this we need to aware of something that is this wallet is secure or not also it is user friendly or not we should think about this if this full fill this criteria then we can adapt this.


I have checked some of their previous post too.

sunlitit654:
Copy/Paraphrased of ANN thread's info  [Archived]
Icemining is an awesome mining pool. They have an amazing community with wide skillset and active discord. They have hundred percent transparency with great payouts.
Original: (Snipped from the ANN thread)
★ Amazing Community. We have a wide skillset and active discord ★
★ 100% Transparency. Proportional Pay, and no hidden auto-conversion fees ★
★ Hourly Payouts, 0.001 minimum. Custom minimum payouts can be accommodated by request ★

annasadia:
exact copy of sunlitit654's post [Archived]
Bitcoin is more popular in crypto market. it is made by advance technology. it will make more profit for investor thats why people are more interested to invest here. but it is following liquidity that's why anything can happen.it will take place if revaluation here. i think bitcoin will turn around.
Original:
Bitcoin is more popular in crypto market. it is made by advance technology. it will make more profit for investor thats why people are more interested to invest here. but it is following liquidity that's why anything can happen.it will take place if revaluation here. i think bitcoin will turn around.

MilfordGannon:
most likely text spinned [Archived]
Like our real, physical monetary world where USD is the main currency in the market, bitcoin is like American dollar in the crypto market. In the real world other local currency market depends on the market of USD . in crypto market all the other coins also depends on the market of bitcoin, these all other coins are alt coin.
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The post remembers my first beginning time when I was so much confused about the words and what they meant. In crypto currency the currency is compared with coins. The coins are the currency. Like our real currency world there are many currencies as USD, Australian Dollar, Euro, pound and so on. In crypto currency Bitcoin is like one of them and other coins are altcoin.
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August 30, 2018, 03:29:09 AM
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Oh thanks, I see that this webpage helps a lot in this type of case. Anyway here's another report



A full member with a copy/paste habit. User = travelgear17
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TraXion is building an ecosystem where everybody can work together for the common good by enforcing data integrity, accountability, transparency and trust. Our solution is a smart contract–enabled blockchain platform that is scalable, immutable, transparent and permissioned.

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TraXion is building an ecosystem where everybody can work together for the common good by enforcing data integrity, accountability, transparency and trust Our solution is a smart contract–enabled blockchain platform that is scalable immutable transparent and permissioned.



User = SMCrypto
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Use of Hyperledger is novel and nice. They will likely see more support from incumbents in the financial world with use of Hyperledger.

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August 30, 2018, 07:16:05 AM
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Case 1 Full member Plagiarism + Homograph use:

The copy/paster : alexey8080BANNED
I don't think that there is a cryptocurrency that is stable because the market is a full volatility and there is no exception to that and that is the reason why i believed that there is no cryptocurrency that is stable and they all undergo to the natural behavior of the market and that is volatility.
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The original :

I don't think that there is a cryptocurrency that is stable because the market is a full volatility and there is no exception to that and that is the reason why i believed that there is no cryptocurrency that is stable and they all undergo to the natural behavior of the market and that is volatility.
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Case 2

Bots using homographs, I'll find the source soon but check the timings in between the posts.

Copy-paster: SimonCaBANNED
Nice information. Obviously takes a lot of time to put these pieces of news together which shows the team commitment. I see your efforts you apply to the idea. Thank you.

Copy-paster : MauriceBoaBANNED
Nice information. Obviously takes a lot of time to put these pieces of news together which shows the team commitment. I see your efforts you apply to the business. Thank you.




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August 30, 2018, 12:04:07 PM
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After I stumbled upon the following thread ("VerifiedBiteBTC" steal my screenshots), it appears "VerifiedBiteBTC" took an image from "nogevi's thread":
- Since it's a bit hard to know which one had it first, based on the "google's cache version of VerifiedBiteBTC's thread", it looks like the "first image wasn't there [initially]" + different screen sizes for other screenshots:

Name: VerifiedBiteBTC

Copy (thread is locked, can't quote it): Archived

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Every day, regulars and well-doing users of this forum come across numerous topics that don’t fit the guidelines of this forum set out by our moderators and staff at FDS. These include, but are not limited to: duplicates, stupid questions, misfit threads and others; all that don’t contribute constructively, when thinking about how this is a simulator forum.

After watching this disarray, I decided to write a post about what I have observed, what I have seen and what I have come to believe is the right thing to do. Notice: Following these guidelines are not a requirement on this forum, and this is not backed by moderators. This post is simply for courtesy to regulars (who are the first line of defence), the moderators (who work tirelessly to make this forum a better place) and the readers, who you influence by creating a topic.

Original from https://community.infinite-flight.com/t/guide-to-creating-useful-and-constructive-topics/80665

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Hello everyone. Before you ask, this is a follow up from this topic here: How to Create a Good Topic 4, but with the amount of members on the forum growing daily, I believe this needs to be brought back up, and added upon.

Every day, regulars and well-doing users of this forum come across numerous topics that don’t fit the guidelines of this forum set out by our moderators and staff at FDS. These include, but are not limited to: duplicates, stupid questions, misfit threads and others; all that don’t contribute constructively, when thinking about how this is a simulator forum.

After watching this disarray, I decided to write a post about what I have observed, what I have seen and what I have come to believe is the right thing to do. Notice: Following these guidelines are not a requirement on this forum, and this is not backed by moderators. This post is simply for courtesy to regulars (who are the first line of defence), the moderators (who work tirelessly to make this forum a better place) and the readers, who you influence by creating a topic.
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August 31, 2018, 04:15:34 AM
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User : asdnguyenthanhtin

Copy paste without giving source, i change the image with link.

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WE UNDERSTAND THAT IT IS CONFUSING TO GET STARTED
If you're new to cryptocurrencies, you first step would be to find an exchange that allows you to deposit money
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Important Note: Trading Fees gets smaller with volume. The ones listed on the table are the max range* (Maker fees are paid when you add liquidity to our order book by placing a limit order under the ticker price for buy and above the ticker price for sell. Taker fees are paid when you remove liquidity from our order book by placing any order that is executed against an order of the order book.)

Once you’ve opened an exchange account that allows fiat deposit, you can link your personal bank account with your crypto exchange account and start depositing funds to buy Bitcoins.
IMPORTAN FACTOR TO CONSIDER :
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1. Coin Pairs Available
Many exchanges offer only a handful of coins; the most popular being Bitcoin and Ethereum. There are only a handful of exchanges that offer a wider variety of coins. A more diverse option of coins available is better as it gives you more choices of coins to purchase.

2. Liquidity

Liquidity refers to the ease of buying/selling in the market. A high liquidity means that there is a huge number of buyers/sellers. High liquidity is good as it leads to better price discovery and it allows you to transact faster.

3. Security
The level and type of security mechanisms employed by an exchange is vital in ensuring that your coins are safe. Examples of good security practices undertaken by exchanges include:

a) Keeping deposits in cold storage; this means that your coins are safely tucked away offline, beyond the reach of hackers

b) Availability of 2-factor authentication (2FA) option; 2FA increases the security of your account

c) Email encryption and verification; for every transaction there will be an email sent to your account to confirm the transaction

(Read also: Guide to Cryptocurrency Security: Activating 2FA)

4. Customer Support Quality
Having a responsive customer support would save you lots of time and anxiousness, especially in a fast-paced environment. Issues on your verification process, deposit/withdrawals, funds reflection and trading orders should be solved quickly by the exchanges, or it could cost compromise you time, money and well-being.

5. Trading Fees
Low transaction fees on buying and selling would relatively prevent your margins to be eaten away, especially if you’re a constant trader. It is important to look at the fees of your exchange, to see if it’s relatively comparable to other exchanges.

6. Ease of Use
The user interface of the exchange should be easy to use and clean to avoid confusion. Having the necessary indicators at the tip of your fingers and the ease of navigating through the platform should make it easy for anyone to use the interface

Original : https://masterthecrypto.com/choosing-the-best-cryptocurrency-exchange/

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August 31, 2018, 07:06:55 PM
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Will Report the User Dided1981 for plagiarism for Copy and Paste and the Product!  

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Official TTIBIT SCRYPT MINER Driver and Support Thread

Archive :  https://archive.fo/1hi3i

 
THIS IS THE SUPPORT THREAD: Keep this thread on topic!
All order related questions go here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4987036
All other questions, general info, and talk about hubs keep it here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2125643.0
BFGMINER 5.4.2 Instructions
I have built a native bfgminer driver binaries with support for Linux and Windows x64. More systems and architectures coming soon. Please follow the GitHub release link below, which has binaries for each system attached.
bfgminer download: https://github.com/ttbit-software/bfgminer/releases
You will also need to install the latest version of Silicon Labs VPC drivers for Win OS link below. If you downloaded this driver below, make sure you update to the latest version, as the TTBIT USB Scrypt Miner uses a new UART chip and the old driver will not work will with it.
UART VPC Driver: https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/software/usb-to-uart-bridge-vcp-drivers
For linux you need to execute the .sh file in terminal with sudo command i.e. sudo start.sh
Just edit that same file with a text editor to change pools, add bfgminer options, and change frequency. You can also use the -c flag and load it with your own config file.
Keep in mind that most scrypt pools are optimized for larger ASICs, so pool difficulty might be high and will take a long time to find a share. The new driver works differently than the old Moonlander, and will continuously return shares lower than pool diff, so you can easily monitor that the device is hashing without waiting for an actual share to be submitted to the pool. If you want your shares to be submitted faster make sure you are connected to a var diff port or one that offers a fixed difficulty of 512 or lower.
If everything is setup and running correctly you should see something similar to this:

If you are new to mining, the most important stats on this screen are what is in between the dashed lines. These are your per device statistics, so if we follow along from left to right for MLD 0, the first number (3.32 mh/s) is your 2 minute average hashrate, second number is your overall average hashrate since miner start (3.34 mh/s), and the last number (3.41) is the pool hashrate based on your submitted shares. A:596 shows your number of shares accepted by the pool, R:4 shows number of shares rejected (usually due to a stale share), and last number HW:0 shows the number of hardware errors reported by the ASIC. This is probably the most important value and will be explained in more detail in the tuning section below.
Keep in mind that the first two numbers is the actual hashrate the device is hashing at (it uses the low level nonce counters to keep track of hashrate and is very accurate), so this number will always be higher than your pool hashrate, because it does not take account of inefficiencies of lost shares due to stale network shares or hardware errors. So your pool hashrate is your net effective rate the device is hashing at.
If you overclock it successfully it will look like this:

900 mhz with v.core = 0.88 and m.core = 0.9 @ 5mh/s
Frequency:
The TTBIT Scrypt miner can run on a very wide range of speed and efficiency, and leaves a lot of tuning up to you guys. Make sure you read up on the Support section below where I go more in-depth on frequency and voltage tuning. The TTBIT Scrypt Miner has a default frequency setting of 600mhz, and can range from 384mhz to up to a cap of 954mhz.
To change the frequency edit the start.sh file in your driver folder and change the number in "--set MLD:clock=600" to the desired frequency.
Please note that this version of the miner has a fixed list of frequencies available to use below.
List of available frequencies: 384, 450, 480, 540, 576, 600, 612, 625, 636, 648, 660, 672, 684, 700, 720, 744, 756, 768, 796, 832, 852, 876, 900, 924, 954
Even with a fan built in, you can still overheat your usb stick at higher frequencies. I do not recommend running these past 900mhz unless you can closely monitor temps (if you have a IR temp gun check the top ASIC heatsink, it should not be any hotter than 80C).
Voltage Adjustment:
There are two pots that control the two main voltages feeding the ASIC. The left pot (next to usb port) controls the memory voltage (when looking at the board with USB port facing left), and the right controls core voltage. When shipped, memory voltage is set to 0.90v and core voltage is set to 0.75v.
Below is a visual of the board for reference:
You adjust the voltage by turning the Pot clockwise or counterclockwise with a fine flat head or philips screwdriver. The pots are VERY sensitive, the whole voltage range is within HALF a turn in either direction from the stock position. You must do micro adjustments if you want to do very fine tuning. For example going from .75 - .8 v might take as little as a little torque pressure on the screwdriver even if you don't feel it actually twist.
Make sure you have place the stick horizontal and the USB end is facing LEFT.
To turn the voltage UP turn the pot CLOCKWISE, to turn it DOWN, COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
DO NOT turn the pots more than 180 degrees in either direction, they have no stops and if you go past their lowest or highest setting you could damage them.
To check the voltage use a multimeter and contact the ground wire to the ground terminal (circled and labeled ground in the picture), and the positive wire to the outputs of the two inductors (circled and labeled VCORE, and VMEMORY). Be extra careful not to short anything as a single short anywhere on the board while its powered will most likely fry it. I recommend doing this with a voltmeter. But if you do not have voltmeter then please know that a quarter turn clockwise on the VCORE changes the value from 0.75 to 1.0v
Tuning:
Core Voltage
Now to the fun part. Your goals here can vary from trying to get the absolute maximum hash rate (at the expense of power), to the absolute lowest hasrate/watt, or find a nice sweet spot. If your not the tinkering type and just want the best settings for the TTBIT Scrypt Miner, I have found that about .725v and  756 MHz is the "sweet" spot for this ASIC in terms of efficiency.
Tuning any switching transistor based processing unit revolves around supplying enough current so the transistors on the chips actually switch on and off correctly within their cycle times. The main voltage that will effect performance and the tuning outlined below is the Core Voltage.
The higher the frequency or “switching time” the less time a transistor has to “charge” so you need more current (ie turn up the voltage). If these requirements are not met the transistors don't function properly and you have what you know as a “Hardware Error”
So if you lets say leave the stick at its stock .75 volt setting and try to run it at 900mhz, it will either not start, or it will produce almost 100% hardware errors. So you need to gradually dial up the core voltage until these errors are reduce to a good level.
To get started what you need to know is the optimal hash rate the ASIC will operate at for a given frequency. This ASIC has 64 cores and assuming all cores are active (you might have a couple dead cores which is acceptable) the optimal hash rate is:
5.66 KH/s per Mhz
So lets say your running at 832 Mhz, under ideal conditions the stick will operate at 832 * 5.66 = 4.7 MH/s
This is the target hash rate for a given frequency, and you can adjust the core voltage to meet that. A "quick" way to tune these on the fly is by using the --benchmark flag as a startup option in bfgminer. This sets a really low target for the ASIC, and it will be returning dozens of shares back a second (you should see the red LED continuously flash). This allows you to very quickly see what your Hardware Error rate is, and you can adjust the pot while its hashing until the errors stop or have slowed down to one or two every second (this will give under 1% error under "normal" hashing).
Keep in mind “zero” hardware errors isn't always the best setting. If your getting a hardware error it does not necessarily mean your missing out on valid shares. A good reference point is to keep HW errors to under 2-3%.
Memory Voltage
I included a Pot for memory voltage mostly for efficiency gains by undervolting memory. Adjusting memory voltage should be a one time thing, you set it at the lowest setting it will start hashing. There is no benefit in increase memory voltage at higher clocks, as this wont increase your hash rate or bring down hardware errors (this is entirely dependent on core voltage). Either your device will work at a certain memory voltage or it wont, so the goal is to bring the voltage down to the lowest possible setting that the stick will still hash at.
The stock value for memory is .9v. Most ASICs will work fine down to ~.76 v. Keep in mind that while you save power and heat with lower memory voltage it has an effect to destabilize the ASIC, so if you see the ASIC not starting up, or stops hashing frequently its probably because you set the memory voltage too low (some ASICs might even need to go to .9v or higher memory voltage to operate reliably, just comes down to ASIC lottery).
WHO ARE WE? 20 FREE MINERS GIVE-A-WAY THREAD:

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Thread : Official FutureBit Moonlander 2 Driver and Support Thread


Archive : https://archive.fo/qBUoi

THIS IS THE SUPPORT THREAD: Keep this thread on topic!
All order related questions go here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2141261.0
All other questions, general info, and talk about hubs keep it here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2125643.0
Welcome to the FutureBit Moonlander 2 Support thread! Now that Moonlanders have already started shipping out its time to have some fun with them! First of all a massive thanks to everyone that pre-ordered...you guys made this possible once again, and this was an even bigger success than the first version. Many old timers and alot of new people will get into mining and Litecoin because of you!
This post is split up into four main sections. Below you will find instructions for the bfgminer software and downloads, an overview of the hardware and instructions on tuning, hardware assembly guide, and FAQ at the end.
PLEASE READ THE WHOLE POST AND FAQ SECTION BEFORE ASKING QUESTIONS....the answer to your question or why your stick is not running is most likely answered below!

Depending on the distributor you ordered from, you will either receive your Moonlander 2 fully assembled or in "kit" form. Please skip down to the second post for Assembly instructions if you received your Moonlander not pre-assembled. Do not attempt to plug in or run your stick without the proper heatsinks and fan working.
BFGMINER 5.4.2 Instructions
I have built a native bfgminer driver binaries with support all major systems and architectures. Please follow the GitHub release link below, which has binaries for each system attached.
bfgminer download: https://github.com/jstefanop/bfgminer/releases/tag/bfgminer-5.4.2-futurebit2-beta2
You will also need to install the latest version of Silicon Labs VPC drivers for Win/Mac OS link below. If you downloaded this driver below, make sure you update to the latest version, as the Moonlander 2 uses a new UART chip and the old driver will not work will with it.
UART VPC Driver: https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/software/usb-to-uart-bridge-vcp-drivers
MAC OS 10.13 HIGH SIERRA USERS: Sililabs drivers will NOT work with the newest version of OS X, and you cannot run the stick with this version until Sililabs provides a driver update! EDIT: Workaround here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2420357.msg25153407#msg25153407
Once you have installed the drivers and extracted bfgminer binary for your system just plug in the miner to a USB port and double click on the Start_Moonlander2 file on your Mac/PC. The driver will auto-detect the board and start hashing at the default frequency (for linux you need to execute the .sh file in terminal with sudo command i.e. sudo start_moonlander2.sh).
Just edit that same file with a text editor to change pools, add bfgminer options, and change frequency. You can also use the -c flag and load it with your own config file.
Keep in mind that most scrypt pools are optimized for larger ASICs, so pool difficulty might be high and will take a long time to find a share. The new driver works differently than the old Moonlander, and will continuously return shares lower than pool diff, so you can easily monitor that the device is hashing without waiting for an actual share to be submitted to the pool. If you want your shares to be submitted faster make sure you are connected to a var diff port or one that offers a fixed difficulty of 512 or lower.
If everything is setup and running correctly you should see something similar to this:

If you are new to mining, the most important stats on this screen are what is in between the dashed lines. These are your per device statistics, so if we follow along from left to right for MLD 0, the first number (3.27 mh/s) is your 2 minute average hashrate, second number is your overall average hashrate since miner start (3.30 mh/s), and the last number (3.19) is the pool hashrate based on your submitted shares. A:25 shows your number of shares accepted by the pool, R:0 shows number of shares rejected (usually due to a stale share), and last number HW:0 shows the number of hardware errors reported by the ASIC. This is probably the most important value and will be explained in more detail in the tuning section below.
Keep in mind that the first two numbers is the actual hashrate the device is hashing at (it uses the low level nonce counters to keep track of hashrate and is very accurate), so this number will always be higher than your pool hashrate, because it does not take account of inefficiencies of lost shares due to stale network shares or hardware errors. So your pool hashrate is your net effective rate the device is hashing at.
Frequency:
The MoonLander 2 can run on a very wide range of speed and efficiency, and leaves a lot of tuning up to you guys. Make sure you read up on the Hardware section below where I go more in-depth on frequency and voltage tuning. The Moonlander 2 has a default frequency setting of 600mhz, and can range from 384mhz to up to a cap of 954mhz.
To change the frequency edit the start_moonlander2 file in your driver folder and change the number in "--set MLD:clock=600" to the desired frequency.
Please note that this version of the miner has a fixed list of frequencies available to use below.
List of available frequencies: 384, 450, 480, 540, 576, 600, 612, 625, 636, 648, 660, 672, 684, 700, 720, 744, 756, 768, 796, 832, 852, 876, 900, 924, 954
HARDWARE:
The Moonlander 2 consists of a single Scrypt ASIC at its core that operates between 2.5 mh/s up to 5.5 mh/s and consumes between 2-10 watts of power.
The  power design in the Moonlander 2 is different than the original and the ASIC is powered by two adjustable DC-DC buck supplies. One for memory voltage, and one for core voltage. I was originally going to include a fixed memory controller, but the ASICs provide and even greater degree of tinkering and power efficiency gains by including an adjustable memory voltage as well!
It also features communication LEDs so you can visually see whats going on with the board. The yellow LED flashes when communication is being sent to the ASIC, and the red LED flashes when the ASIC is responding. Lots of red flashes is a good thing, it usually means the ASIC has found a share and is hashing correctly Smiley
The board is mounted to the heatsink with a strong thermal adhesive, since this ASIC is designed to dissipate heat through its bottom side. The Moonlander 2 features a completely redesigned thermal solution this time around, with a completely custom designed push pin heatsink and fan built in. This is a first of its kind of USB miners, and allows a wider range of operation without needing clumsy external fan or coming up with crazy expensive ways to keep these cool Smiley
Even with a fan built in, you can still overheat your Moonlander at higher frequencies. I do not recommend running these past 800mhz unless you can closely monitor temps (if you have a IR temp gun check the top ASIC heatsink, it should not be any hotter than 80C).
Below is a visual of the board for reference .

Voltage Adjustment:
There are two pots that control the two main voltages feeding the ASIC. Top pot controls the memory voltage (when looking at the board with USB port facing left), and bottom controls core voltage. You adjust the voltage by turning the Pot clockwise or counterclockwise with a fine flat head or philips screwdriver. The pots are VERY sensitive, the whole voltage range is within HALF a turn in either direction from the stock position. You must do micro adjustments if you want to do very fine tuning. For example going from .75 - .8 v might take as little as a little torque pressure on the screwdriver even if you don't feel it actually twist.
Make sure you have place the stick horizontal and the USB end is facing LEFT (ie you can read FutureBit Moonlander normally on the board).
To turn the voltage UP turn the pot CLOCKWISE, to turn it DOWN, COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
DO NOT turn the pots more than 180 degrees in either direction, they have no stops and if you go past their lowest or highest setting you could damage them
To check the voltage use a multimeter and contact the ground wire to either of the two ground terminals (circled and labeled ground in the picture), and the positive wire to the outputs of the two inductors (circled and labeled VCORE, and VMEMORY). Be extra careful not to short anything as a single short anywhere on the board while its powered will most likely fry it. If you don't have a multimeter, you can wing voltages by following the diagrams below for Pot positions. Use the flat edge of the pot screw as the pointing direction (DO NOT OVERVOLT at the high end if you don't have a multimeter to double check what the voltage is).

The sticks are shipped to you guys with the stock voltage settings of the pots (which is the flat end of the Pot pointing down). The Core voltage is at around .75v, which is good for up to around 800mhz stable, and ranges from ~.6 -> ~.95v . The memory voltage is set to ~.85v, and ranges from ~.625 -> ~1.05v (more on memory voltage in tuning section below).
DO NOT go past .9v on the core voltage, you will most likely damage the ASIC if you run at high voltages and high clocks for prolonged periods of time.
Tuning:
Now to the fun part. Your goals here can vary from trying to get the absolute maximum hash rate (at the expense of power), to the absolute lowest hasrate/watt, or find a nice sweet spot. If your not the tinkering type and just want the best settings for the Moonlander, I have found that about .725v and  756 MHz is the "sweet" spot for this ASIC in terms of efficiency.
Tuning any switching transistor based processing unit revolves around supplying enough current so the transistors on the chips actually switch on and off correctly within their cycle times. The main voltage that will effect performance and the tuning outlined below is the Core Voltage.
The higher the frequency or “switching time” the less time a transistor has to “charge” so you need more current (ie turn up the voltage). If these requirements are not met the transistors don't function properly and you have what you know as a “Hardware Error”
So if you lets say leave the stick at its stock .75 volt setting and try to run it at 900mhz, it will either not start, or it will produce almost 100% hardware errors. So you need to gradually dial up the core voltage until these errors are reduce to a good level.
To get started what you need to know is the optimal hash rate the ASIC will operate at for a given frequency. This ASIC has 64 cores and assuming all cores are active (you might have a couple dead cores which is acceptable) the optimal hash rate is:
5.66 KH/s per Mhz
So lets say your running at 832 Mhz, under ideal conditions the stick will operate at 832 * 5.66 = 4.7 MH/s
This is the target hash rate for a given frequency, and you can adjust the core voltage to meet that. A "quick" way to tune these on the fly is by using the --benchmark flag as a startup option in bfgminer. This sets a really low target for the ASIC, and it will be returning dozens of shares back a second (you should see the red LED continuously flash). This allows you to very quickly see what your Hardware Error rate is, and you can adjust the pot while its hashing until the errors stop or have slowed down to one or two every second (this will give under 1% error under "normal" hashing).
Keep in mind “zero” hardware errors isn't always the best setting. If your getting a hardware error it does not necessarily mean your missing out on valid shares. A good reference point is to keep HW errors to under 2-3%.
Memory Voltage
I included a Pot for memory voltage mostly for efficiency gains by undervolting memory. Adjusting memory voltage should be a one time thing, you set it at the lowest setting it will start hashing. There is no benefit in increase memory voltage at higher clocks, as this wont increase your hash rate or bring down hardware errors (this is entirely dependent on core voltage). Either your device will work at a certain memory voltage or it wont, so the goal is to bring the voltage down to the lowest possible setting that the stick will still hash at.
The stock value for memory is supposed to be .9v, but my tests showed all ASICs operate fine at .85v which is what they ship at. Most ASICs will work fine down to ~.76 v. Keep in mind that while you save power and heat with lower memory voltage it has an effect to destabilize the ASIC, so if you see the ASIC not starting up, or stops hashing frequently its probably because you set the memory voltage too low (some ASICs might even need to go to .9v or higher memory voltage to operate reliably, just comes down to ASIC lottery).
I think that covers the basics and hope you guys have fun with these...check out the FAQ section below for common questions/issues.


             
                           
                     
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I saved a pdf of the thread.  Just  in case it is deleted.

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Please Ban that User faith111  <-------  Banned

 Maybe New Account from the Banned user  Dided1981  !

TTBIT SCRYPT MINER 2 supportThread

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Orginal thread is :

Official FutureBit Moonlander 2 Driver and Support Thread

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Newbie joshwoo was seen plagiarising in Btc Discussion Board

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As its core, Bitcoin is a smart currency design by very forward-thinking engineers. Its eliminates the need for bank gets rid of credit card fees. Currencies exchange fees, money transfer fees, and reduce the need of lawyers in transaction.. all good things.

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At its core, bitcoin is a smart currency, designed by very forward-thinking engineers,It eliminates the need for banks, gets rid of credit card fees, currency exchange fees, money transfer fees, and reduces the need for lawyers in transitions… all good things.

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Yes, do not put eggs in one basket. No matter which market is risk, there is a greater volatility in the encrypted market, so I think how to manage their own funds is more important than investment.

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Yes, do not put eggs in one basket. No matter which market is risk, there is a greater volatility in the encrypted market, so I think how to manage their own funds is more important than investment.



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I think it depends on how much you want to earn, if you want to get a little profit then between short-term or medium-term investments, and if you want to get more profits then long-term investment.

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I think it depends on how much you want to earn, if you want to get a little profit then between short-term or medium-term investments, and if you want to get more profits then long-term investment. If I'm a long-term investment.



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I think that the perfect decesion is buying bitcoin for a long time. I believe trading is not my cup of tea, but I remain optimistic for the long term.you don't have time to follow the changes in crypto currency you better invest for the long term.

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I think that the perfect decesion is buying bitcoin for a long time. I believe trading is not my cup of tea, but I remain optimistic for the long term. Bitcoin has not been used by the majority of people and hence there is a high probability of exponential growth in the coming years.



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I think they do not know the history and the state of their market I think are the people who join here when bitcoin what is at the highest price and now after seeing the price that goes down they say bitcoin die, it is the thing which is not true to me because I believe bitcoin is the future.

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yes I really agree with your opinion, I think they do not know the history and the state of their market I think are the people who join here when bitcoin what is at the highest price and now after seeing the price that goes down they say bitcoin die, it is the thing which is not true to me because I believe bitcoin is the future



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You can try this website. https://tradingstrategyguides.com/blog/

It helped me a lot when I started my journey as a trader. As long as you are ready to take your time to take in as much as you can, you will be fine. I will recommend you start from old topics.

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You can try this website. https://tradingstrategyguides.com/blog/

It helped me a lot when I started my journey as a trader. As long as you are ready to take your time to take in as much as you can, you will be fine. I will recommend you start from old topics.

You can also search other stuffs on google if you are pretty good at searching, but I believe you will get almost everything to set you on the right path here. Cheers!



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I do not keep my coin physically because there is no physical subject is this crypto world. And I still use online wallets because I can't afford to buy a hardware wallet these days. But I know the risk of it and i don't want to lose my coins.

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I still use online wallets because I can't afford to buy a hardware wallet these days. But I know the risk of it and i don't want to lose my coins. So I hope to buy a hardware wallet soon to secure my coins.  



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In my opinion bitcoin shortage is not possible as it has become so popular that it's price may increase a lot but i don't think shortage is an option for bitcoin only people will get less amount of bitcoin with big amount of money.

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In my opinion bitcoin shortage is not possible as it has become so popular that it's price may increase a lot but i don't think shortage is an option for bitcoin only people will get less amount of bitcoin with big amount of money.



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The King need to rise first after that it'll be the turn of the ruler. LOL. I believe it's extremely straightforward, if both ETH and BTC increment a similar time so all other token will be dumped to hellfire. However, in the event that BTC rise just, it'll be unique, all other alt/token won't be influenced to such an extent. After BTC rising completed, it'll be the turn of ETH and all different altcoins

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The King need to rise first after that it'll be the turn of the queen. LOL. I think it's really easy to understand, if both ETH and BTC increase the same time so all other token will be dumped to hell. But if BTC rise only, it'll be different, all other alt/token will not be affected so much. After BTC rising finished, it'll be the turn of ETH and all other altcoins Smiley.



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Until now ethereum prices are still under $ 300, many factors influence, more ICO projects with different types of tokens, where investors prefer instant profits rather than holding ethereum.
But all of that is just my opinion, I am sure that ethereum prices will rise at the end of the year

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many factors influence, more ico projects with different types of tokens, where investors prefer instant profits rather than holding eth, and there are several exchanges that are hacked, and the robbers sell it continuously regardless of price



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As we know that ETH is one of the best coins in this market and lots of people invest in that but its price is counting going down and it's not a simple thing. I think for going eth price down more blockchain system in this market. If this system will not in this market then the market will not face many problems which they face now but what should we do now this is the main thing. So just stay calm and be patience, because without having patience I think this is very difficult to run in this market without this nothing happened.

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Lots of theory and lots of formula are using to increase this crypto but unfortunately, all age gone in vain and now most of the marketer are forested about this topic that price of eth is not rising even most of the crypto-coin price is going down and they all are not increasing.
But eth is one of the best coins in this market and lots of people invest in that but its price is counting going down and it's not a simple thing. I think for going eth price down more blockchain system in this market. If this system will not in this market then the market will not face many problems which they face now but what should we do now this is the main thing.
Without having patience I think this is very difficult to run in this market without this nothing happened.



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Not exact copy-pasting, but obviously has just taken my post and changed a few words around:

In the wake of investing months attempting to trap amateurs into purchasing BCH by calling themselves "the genuine Bitcoin", turns out they didn't know from the beginning, thus will now need to fork their fork to make "the genuine Bitcoin". And keeping in mind that their senseless common war goes on, BTC keeps on developing, create and command the market.

Archive: https://archive.is/lTOHZ

After spending months trying to trick newbies in to buying BCH by calling themselves "the real Bitcoin", turns out they weren't sure all along, and so will now have to fork their fork to create "the real Bitcoin". And while their silly civil war goes on, BTC continues to grow, develop and dominate the market.


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hilariousandco
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September 03, 2018, 01:41:53 PM
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User: Dinomite

Not exact copy-pasting, but obviously has just taken my post and changed a few words around:

In the wake of investing months attempting to trap amateurs into purchasing BCH by calling themselves "the genuine Bitcoin", turns out they didn't know from the beginning, thus will now need to fork their fork to make "the genuine Bitcoin". And keeping in mind that their senseless common war goes on, BTC keeps on developing, create and command the market.

Archive: https://archive.is/lTOHZ

After spending months trying to trick newbies in to buying BCH by calling themselves "the real Bitcoin", turns out they weren't sure all along, and so will now have to fork their fork to create "the real Bitcoin". And while their silly civil war goes on, BTC continues to grow, develop and dominate the market.

Doesn't matter. They often use programs or bots to do this and to avoid detection. Banned him anyway.

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September 03, 2018, 02:31:17 PM
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Please ban Jr. Member itnawn8z888 banned! for plagiarism.

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That's true. There are hundreds of altcoins on the market and I am sore that less than 10% were actually created as a new idea to help the world and not as a business strategy just to make profit from trading it. But as it seems they are holding up well because people keep trading every coin and that's going to continue since people expect to make a big profit from every single coin that is created.

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That's true. There are hundreds of altcoins on the market and I am sore that less than 10% were actually created as a new idea to help the world and not as a business strategy just to make profit from trading it. But as it seems they are holding up well because people keep trading every coin and that's going to continue since people expect to make a big profit from every single coin that is created.

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September 03, 2018, 05:48:28 PM
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This user tamradhwaj commits plagiarism.

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Two local governments in West Bengal, India are integrating the application for birth certificates on a blockchain system developed.

“These Birth and other certificates would be digitally authenticated by issuing authorities (municipalities) and that authentication will be stored on blockchain which facilitates verification of these documents by any third party organization to whom owners provide access.

Basically Blockchain would be used to write the hash value of certificate together with owner of certificate and who issued it for the authentication and verification.”



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https://www.ccn.com/indian-state-government-will-issue-birth-certificates-on-a-blockchain/


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September 03, 2018, 06:35:01 PM
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Still can not believe I was lucky enough to find this coin on Twitter just before the free air drop. Biting my fingernails off waiting for this one pager to release tomorrow~!

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Still can't believe I was lucky enough to find this coin on Twitter just before the free air drop. Biting my fingernails off waiting for this one pager to release tomorrow~!
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