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Author Topic: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine  (Read 822776 times)
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August 02, 2017, 09:49:21 PM
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Any good news for red miners here? I want to mine a bit, but I cannot Sad

Still plenty of time left to mine. Reward will be not that good though...

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August 02, 2017, 09:54:11 PM
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damn, only getting 13,x
core 2000mhz (+100), memory 3800 unclocked, 80% power
automatic intensity 19

Raise intensity to 21-22 and check.

Tried everything from 14-24, nothing is better : /


1060 6GB cards

Are you sure you're running my miner or _sp miner? Seems fair speed for 6Gb on tpruvot's implementation.

Somehow i was running ccminer 2.2 from git and when i switched to this https://github.com/palginpav/ccminer/releases/tag/skunk-1
i started getting 17Mh/s
I guess i assumed the higher version was newer when looking

Thanks!

Can somebody confirm that this is legit miner without virus?


i can,works well for me.

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August 02, 2017, 09:57:03 PM
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As addition to story with 1800 SIGT stolen from forum member / giveaway case:

Spoke with newstb via PM, coins were really stolen, but he quoted the wrong miner. He didn't even used my product, he used https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ccminersmod/skunksp-mod2/master/skunksp-mod1.zip ,  also known as "stolen -sp miner".

Wrote it to beware, maybe it really contains malware, or maybe it was really a hack, now nobody can tell.

Hope newstb will come to thread too and will prove my words

Can we test this by copy pasting some SIGT or BTC address?
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August 02, 2017, 09:57:20 PM
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damn, only getting 13,x
core 2000mhz (+100), memory 3800 unclocked, 80% power
automatic intensity 19

Raise intensity to 21-22 and check.

Tried everything from 14-24, nothing is better : /


1060 6GB cards

Are you sure you're running my miner or _sp miner? Seems fair speed for 6Gb on tpruvot's implementation.

Somehow i was running ccminer 2.2 from git and when i switched to this https://github.com/palginpav/ccminer/releases/tag/skunk-1
i started getting 17Mh/s
I guess i assumed the higher version was newer when looking

Thanks!

Can somebody confirm that this is legit miner without virus?

Nearly all miners have some "false positives" but here the original ccminer has much less than this adaption of it and i'm wondering what optimization could cause that raise in detections and even not just the common detections, thats about malware, ... - when i find time i'll check it in a isolated virtual environment with tracers and sniffers.
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August 02, 2017, 10:05:01 PM
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Nearly all miners have some "false positives" but here the original ccminer has much less than this adaption of it and i'm wondering what optimization could cause that raise in detections and even not just the common detections, thats about malware, ... - when i find time i'll check it in a isolated virtual environment with tracers and sniffers.

Wrote it several times already, will write once more:

Original one is based on tpruvot's implementation of ccminer, mine is based on alexis78 implementation, they're quite different and AV soft differs them too.

No one can confirm whether it's safe or not, you should base on user feedback.

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August 02, 2017, 10:08:15 PM
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What is the best intensity for nvidia 1070? I am currently using 25 as my intensity. 

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August 02, 2017, 10:08:34 PM
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Can we test this by copy pasting some SIGT or BTC address?


You should ask newstb for details, I won't run this even in closed environment, waste of time, just check zip contents by yourself, opencl kernels, strange executables, why should it be there?

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August 02, 2017, 10:11:02 PM
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UPD for RHEL/CentOS: https://github.com/palginpav/ccminer/releases/download/1.1/ccminer-1.1-skunk_CentOS.tar.gz

Requirements:
CUDA 8.0
openssl
libcurl

Test and give me some feedback here, please, of course if someone's still inerested in this.

Hey Palgin,

Firstly Well done on your work with the Signatum community. Even though I have all AMD cards and can't use any of your work I still appreciate it.

Secondly I'm keen to learn about how this signatum community (and altcoin communities) work. I have a fairly basic level of understanding but not enough to truly appreciate how they work. Forgive the bluntness of this question , but who are you and how do you fit in to the crypto community? I guess I am just asking a bit about how you got to where you are now? I think this would help a lot of the new community understand the dynamics of this thread as a whole. I have literally read this whole thread and know of the Sig devs, SP, Crowetic, and yourself. But that is about it. Answer as brief or detailed as you would like

Also what is Xevan?

Xevan is algo used as PoW by BitSend coin, as I know there's no publically avaliable CUDA miner for this one and decided to give it a try, original dev gave up on this, so CPU/OpenCL only for this time.

About me, OK, I'm half-Russian, half-Ukrainian pseudo-freelance developer(pseudo because I do work for only one client on regular base and it takes almost all my time), I'm 28 y.o., studied at National Research Nuclear University MEPhI in Moscow but haven't graduated because of laziness and when I studied my thoughts were far from science  Grin Grin Grin. Then 1 year army service and I've started working in Vimpelcom LTD as helpdesk specialist in B2B segment, in parallel doing some freelance developement 'cause it was my hobby from childhood. 2 years later left Vimpelcom for freelance, had some self-made projects that didn't succeed at all and in 2015 got curious about blockchain and cryptography (should have bought some BTC in 2010 and keep it until now, stupid me).

And here's where I'm now, hoping that one day I won't need to care how to feed my family with hard-earned money and just relax in some peaceful place  Cool

Thank you for that response. Helps me understand things better. How would one go about learning the miner development/blockchain? Is there a specific term to search online etc?
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August 02, 2017, 10:15:31 PM
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What is the best intensity for nvidia 1070? I am currently using 25 as my intensity. 



i'm using 20 and getting ~27MH/s and u?
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August 02, 2017, 10:28:07 PM
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good work guys about the new graphic site.  Roll Eyes
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August 02, 2017, 10:31:31 PM
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Just a side note: Not that this is not expected I just want to see what other miners are experiencing. Over the last 24 hours my Coin per hours seem to have dropped from 20-25 down to 15-20. I'm assuming that this is due to the hype from the announcement resulting in more miners get onboard as Nethash rate has increased. The only thing that is throwing me is that I can't see the difficulty as having increased all that much.

Have others experienced a drop in rewards of about ~20%?

Also am I correct in assuming when the block reward halves, miners will leave - dropping net hash & difficulty, resulting in a less significant drop in rewards per minute for miners that stick?

i.e. 2500 reward spread over 100 miners @ 1 block per minute = 25 coins per minute per miner

then 1250 reward spread over 75 miners @ 1 block per minute = 16.7 coins per minute per miner

This is a drop of 33% rather than 50% in received rewards.
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August 02, 2017, 10:32:53 PM
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Just wondering

Where did all the funds came from without any ICO or fundraising?
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August 02, 2017, 10:33:17 PM
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Thank you for that response. Helps me understand things better. How would one go about learning the miner development/blockchain? Is there a specific term to search online etc?

Online is always a helper, of course. Me personally started blockchain-related programming with Python, then it was OpenCL (which I don't like at all, except one thing - it's nearly cross-platform, but it's always a nuance)  Wink

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August 02, 2017, 10:36:42 PM
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Pool Workers @ suprnova From 6K then Down to 4k and now Back to 6K.

Roller Coaster ride

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August 02, 2017, 10:38:21 PM
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Pool Workers @ suprnova From 6K then Down to 4k and now Back to 6K.

Roller Coaster ride

Maybe nicehash miners? or zpool?

The price went up so the coin gets back in the focus as it's more profitable than the popular major coins.
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August 02, 2017, 10:45:11 PM
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Pool Workers @ suprnova From 6K then Down to 4k and now Back to 6K.

Roller Coaster ride

Maybe nicehash miners? or zpool?

The price went up so the coin gets back in the focus as it's more profitable than the popular major coins.

SIGT up by 39.26% @ cryptopia.co.nz. Not bad for a new coin. This might be the reason for sudden increase in Miners @ suprnova. Less profit for us
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August 02, 2017, 10:54:09 PM
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Anyone mining with gtx970? how is hashrate?

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August 02, 2017, 10:56:18 PM
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The new wallet looks great too , however the icon file of the executable is still the ugly looking fingerprint Cheesy

Please update !  Embarrassed
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August 02, 2017, 11:01:52 PM
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I mined on aikapool at first. I think aikapool is the first pool for SIGT.

After suprnova had opened the SIGT pool, many miners started to mining on suprnova.

Difficulty up up up. People will learn the aikapool in time.

Both suprnova and aikapool are very good pools.


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August 02, 2017, 11:06:10 PM
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Maintaining a website and Dedicated Devs is expensive

How are they earning right now? Others would just have ICO and instant millions of $
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