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February 18, 2018, 04:13:56 PM
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Only 9 hour left then round 2 will be start. However untill now i dont know how much eth contribute 0.3 or 0.4 or 0.5
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February 19, 2018, 05:30:02 AM
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Only 9 hour left then round 2 will be start. However untill now i dont know how much eth contribute 0.3 or 0.4 or 0.5

Are you mixing this up with CS coin?

Credits: Fastest blockchain in the world and autonomous smartcontracts
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February 19, 2018, 09:10:18 AM
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How i mine this??? Download the wallet then what?  Huh

We have a few guides on our website - https://crds.co/#documents

The mining guide specifically is here - https://crds.co/documents/mining-guide.pdf

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February 19, 2018, 09:21:33 AM
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the use of DELTA is not bad)
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February 19, 2018, 10:09:33 AM
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We've had an issue with wallets crashing over the past few days and it seems that the error handling in the code wasn't working as expected, hence the crash. We have 2 devs working with me on a fix now. They have compiled an update and we're in the process of testing their changes now. If the updated code resolved the issue we'll be releasing a new version shortly.
we wait we wait)
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February 19, 2018, 04:06:49 PM
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No alpha, just one developer working on it when they said 50 are working on it , man this sounds like... anyway , you could also say that this is natural selection
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February 19, 2018, 04:33:27 PM
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I think many here are mistaking the three different Credits for each other:

http://crds.co/
http://credits.energy/
http://credits.com/

Please check the thread title to make sure you're talking about the right project.
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February 22, 2018, 04:49:43 AM
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CREDITS platform alpha version is available
Developers of CREDITS are ready to present the first alpha version of the platform. Find out all the details and functionalities here.
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February 22, 2018, 10:39:05 PM
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We've had an issue with wallets crashing over the past few days and it seems that the error handling in the code wasn't working as expected, hence the crash. We have 2 devs working with me on a fix now. They have compiled an update and we're in the process of testing their changes now. If the updated code resolved the issue we'll be releasing a new version shortly.
we wait we wait)

That issue was solved in December, our hired developer together with somebody from the community fixed it. Currently I am working on v1.2 of the wallet but we're still looking for more developers so we're open to suggestions.

No alpha, just one developer working on it when they said 50 are working on it , man this sounds like... anyway , you could also say that this is natural selection

We never said there are 50 developers working on this, you must surely be thinking about other projects named similarly to ours.

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February 23, 2018, 01:59:03 AM
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just one developer working on it when they said 50 are working on it , man this sounds like... anyway , you could also say that this is natural selection.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satoshi_Nakamoto
Was 1 and changed the world... Not 50.

But true, all Coins follow evolution similar to Darwinism
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darwinism
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neo-Darwinism
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_selection

Darwinism evolution is a mix between mutations of the Code, + environment adaptation.

Bitcoin was the first, born in 2009.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin

Credits CRDS is a Mutation / Evolution of the Bitcoin.
https://mobile.twitter.com/credits_crds/
https://crds.co
https://coinlib.io/coin/CRDS/Credits

Litecoin born October-2011 was the 1st mutation, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cryptocurrencies
mutations were: to replace the sha256 algorythm to a new Scrypt algorithm, harder to implement on
FPGA & ASIC without memory.
And the logo changed Orange B to Silver L, was called the Silver of Bitcoin, when there was No other coin.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Litecoin

Others Followed, like Dogecoin December-2013, that merged with Litecoin Miners, and bridged to Ethereum in 2017-2018,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogecoin
https://www.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/41ohhr/the_doge_connection_bounty_dao_is_live_and_working/
https://mobile.twitter.com/avsa/status/951890472150208513?lang=es
https://etherscan.io/address/0xdbf03b407c01e7cd3cbea99509d93f8dddc8c6fb#tokentxns

Sooner or later Scrypt ASIC miners were born,
An New algorithms in response, to avoid Scrypt ASIC Miners,
Some even more radical designed to avoid GPU,
But sooner or later most CPU algorithms were ported to GPU, with increased speed,

New species were born, Like Ethereum, probably the 1st coin to do an ICO "crowdsale",  2000 ETH : 1 BTC July-August 2014, but officially went live in July 2015, and split in 2016. The First Coin
Fork.
Mutations: blocks every 15 seconds, Ethash algorithm (a modified version of Dagger-Hashimoto),
the ability to run code, like Universal Alan Turing Machine.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Turing_machine
https://blog.ethereum.org/2014/07/22/launching-the-ether-sale/

Monero was born April 2014
Mutations: New CryptoNight Algorythm,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monero_(cryptocurrency)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CryptoNote#Egalitarian_proof_of_work

Argon2 was born in July 2015.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argon2
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Password_Hashing_Competition

More mutations were born, pre-mined, Non-mineable, coins that wallet requires a minimum fee to create a valid address, coins backed by real goods, Gold, Dollars & OIL, some more anonymous, some more traceable.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptocurrency

Actual / Modern Human society follows popularity as a Natural Selection, but Nature / Genetics also require Reproduction to be a complete Natural Selection, "Monogamy is against Complete Natural Selection."
Coins behave similar, popularity dictates Natural Selection,
Hackers trying to steal money, create a New Natural Selection,
Goverments trying to track ilegal money, create a New Natural Selection, coins based on NEM, for example Venezuela PTR or similar like Ripple.
Popularity is a big deal in our society but is not all.
Popularity can be used for scams.coins.
Popularity can be a double side weapon/blade, that cuts both ways.
Popularity is not always good.
Popularity & Natural Selection are similar, but Not the same.

Sha256 coins, like Bitcoin, will be killed, by ASIC Miner war...

China is not selling faster ASIC Miners,
Russia & others are developing Faster Private ASIC Miners,
Sooner or later, if Bitcoin becomes too popular or price becomes too high, ASIC hardware manufacturers will stop selling Miners.
Making Bitcoin centralized, the opposite of the original idea.

Bitcoin continued to evolve and split into Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold,
The reasons for the splits, were that some evolutions of the Bitcoin code were not desired,

For example:
If you have a Node Wallet, and you click [X]Send with 0-Fee if possible,.
That option ONLY works IF 2 conditions are meet:
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-server -gen=1

Wallet mining was removed from Bitcoin in 0.10, and all other coins that followed the update like Dogecoin.
Sending with 0-Fee is Not possible today for Node Wallets, like it was designed from the beginning in the original code.
Does Not matter Wallet CPU mining was obsolete, it was used also to send with 0-Fee.
Like a Reward for Node Wallet mining.
To motivate Node Wallet use and avoid a 51% attack.
That option was removed.!

Some "evolutions" of the Bitcoin Code are against evolution, but still very popular. Fair?

GPU price increased a lot in the last months, used price today was New price yesterday, some say is because there is too much demand for memory, and memory prices are increasing, because the demand is too high, probably caused by GPU Miners, cellphones, RAM modules, SSD drives, etc...

That's why is so important a CPU-Only coin.
Evolution will choose CPU, or hybrid coins, that CPU is so fast & GPU so slow, that makes sense to use the CPU.

MoneroXMR is the only hybrid coin today I know, but is a bit GPU biased,
For example a 7700K makes 300H/s, stock,
The fastest ARM Cellphone makes 30H/s,
And a Gtx 1060 6GB overcloked +200 +500, makes 500H/s., 450H/s stock.

Still makes sense to use CPU.
Web site Web Add banners / Miners choose Monero, for the same reason. "environment adaptation."
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February 24, 2018, 06:29:04 AM
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No alpha, just one developer working on it when they said 50 are working on it , man this sounds like... anyway , you could also say that this is natural selection

CREDITS platform alpha version is available
Developers of CREDITS are ready to present the first alpha version of the platform. Find out all the details and functionalities here.

Stop spamming our thread!

All of your unrelated posts have been reported to the mods. I'll also be reporting unrelated/spam or plain useless posts that have nothing to do with Credits.

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February 24, 2018, 11:27:19 PM
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http://beastpool.com


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fee: 2%
payouts: every 1h

To Start Mining

Miner: https://github.com/BeastPool/cpuminer-argon2d/releases

Code:
-a argon2d-crds -o stratum+tcp://beastpool.com:4334 -u WALLET -p c=CRDS

Explorer
http://beastpool.com/explorer/CRDS

Nodelist
http://beastpool.com/explorer/peers?id=1425

Mined blocks
http://beastpool.com/site/block?id=1425

Pool and miner were tested and we successfully mined block on mainnet.

We are working on avx2 optimization for this algo stay tuned.


http://bitcoin.1free.eu/ - site for fun, will evolve in future.
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February 25, 2018, 12:04:40 AM
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http://beastpool.com


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fee: 2%
payouts: every 1h

To Start Mining

Miner: https://github.com/BeastPool/cpuminer-argon2d/releases

Code:
-a argon2d-crds -o stratum+tcp://beastpool.com:4334 -u WALLET -p c=CRDS

Explorer
http://beastpool.com/explorer/CRDS

Nodelist
http://beastpool.com/explorer/peers?id=1425

Mined blocks
http://beastpool.com/site/block?id=1425

Pool and miner were tested and we successfully mined block on mainnet.

We are working on avx2 optimization for this algo stay tuned.


Someone should quote this post on first page, this will really help miner who want to mining but hesitate because no pool

anyway this miner slower or better than wallet miner?? thank you
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February 25, 2018, 12:24:39 AM
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Someone should quote this post on first page, this will really help miner who want to mining but hesitate because no pool

anyway this miner slower or better than wallet miner?? thank you

I'd also like to know if the miner is faster than the wallet miner

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February 25, 2018, 12:29:28 AM
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Someone should quote this post on first page, this will really help miner who want to mining but hesitate because no pool

anyway this miner slower or better than wallet miner?? thank you

I'd also like to know if the miner is faster than the wallet miner

I have in average 20kh/s in wallet and 23-24 kh/s with external Tongue.

>> https://BeastPool.com << Low fee mining Pool.
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February 25, 2018, 09:03:10 AM
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Someone should quote this post on first page, this will really help miner who want to mining but hesitate because no pool

anyway this miner slower or better than wallet miner?? thank you

I'd also like to know if the miner is faster than the wallet miner

I have in average 20kh/s in wallet and 23-24 kh/s with external Tongue.

I confirm this, extarnal miner is around 10% faster for me too so better use it instead the wallet one.
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February 25, 2018, 10:47:58 PM
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Someone should quote this post on first page, this will really help miner who want to mining but hesitate because no pool

anyway this miner slower or better than wallet miner?? thank you

I'd also like to know if the miner is faster than the wallet miner

I have in average 20kh/s in wallet and 23-24 kh/s with external Tongue.

I confirm this, extarnal miner is around 10% faster for me too so better use it instead the wallet one.

Its HPS might be faster but would love to know if you are finding more blocks as a result. Personally, I've seen a jump in the number of blocks found by my wallet miners overnight.

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February 25, 2018, 11:24:44 PM
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Someone should quote this post on first page, this will really help miner who want to mining but hesitate because no pool

anyway this miner slower or better than wallet miner?? thank you

I'd also like to know if the miner is faster than the wallet miner

I have in average 20kh/s in wallet and 23-24 kh/s with external Tongue.

I confirm this, extarnal miner is around 10% faster for me too so better use it instead the wallet one.

Its HPS might be faster but would love to know if you are finding more blocks as a result. Personally, I've seen a jump in the number of blocks found by my wallet miners overnight.
No HPS increase on Linux with the precompiled binary. Also roughly same blocks (after ~8h).

A bit of caution: couldn't compile miner from github sources on Ubuntu 16.04. Release source code only contains empty readme file.
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February 25, 2018, 11:52:29 PM
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Tried running the wallet miner on 2 computers. left overnight and not a single tiniest fraction earned on either computer. Yes, I did the debug stuff. How to get a return (any return) from this?
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February 26, 2018, 12:33:51 AM
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Tried running the wallet miner on 2 computers. left overnight and not a single tiniest fraction earned on either computer. Yes, I did the debug stuff. How to get a return (any return) from this?

If you're doing solo mining it's luck waiting for a block. If you want more consistent earnings try the pool.
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