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Author Topic: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine  (Read 821957 times)
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August 14, 2017, 03:03:28 AM
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Can one of the developers please explain how Signatum's full Proof of Stake system will work after the 100,000th block?  So if we currently have our coins stored on Signatum wallet, after the 100,000th block, will we have the choice to move them into the "stake" category and earn 5% of staked coins?  Thanks.

I'm also curious to know (and excuse this if there's an obvious answer), but where does the 5% 'interest' on staked coins come from at this point, if no new coins are being mined?

Thanks.
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August 14, 2017, 03:09:31 AM
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19 MH/s on a GTX 1060 6GB with intensity at 18 with -202 memory clock ccminer-x86-2.2: https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases

Was getting 17 MH/s with just about every miner before that on exact same settings.

Power has some drops however, Goes from 91-89 to 34-35 every minute or so, seem to utilize more power as well compared to others which are 83-86. Would this cause any issues long term? (Explanation provided: Epsylon3: The diff change can trigger a small pause (500ms) that generally doesnt hurt)

ccminer-x86-2.2:


3 other miners compared earlier:


Intensity 17 for ccminer 2.2 seems to lower power draw and temps, 83-84% power, 66-67C with 67% Fan Speed @ 17.7 MH/s.


Wow, thanks for that. Seems like latest ccminer has good improvement in skunk algorithm. I will try it out later.

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August 14, 2017, 03:12:48 AM
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Can one of the developers please explain how Signatum's full Proof of Stake system will work after the 100,000th block?  So if we currently have our coins stored on Signatum wallet, after the 100,000th block, will we have the choice to move them into the "stake" category and earn 5% of staked coins?  Thanks.

I'm also curious to know (and excuse this if there's an obvious answer), but where does the 5% 'interest' on staked coins come from at this point, if no new coins are being mined?

Thanks.

Usually your wallet creates the block when it gets the stake reward and creates new coins.

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August 14, 2017, 03:21:10 AM
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Can one of the developers please explain how Signatum's full Proof of Stake system will work after the 100,000th block?  So if we currently have our coins stored on Signatum wallet, after the 100,000th block, will we have the choice to move them into the "stake" category and earn 5% of staked coins?  Thanks.

I'm also curious to know (and excuse this if there's an obvious answer), but where does the 5% 'interest' on staked coins come from at this point, if no new coins are being mined?

Thanks.

POS does not necessarily preclude the creation of new coins.  I think the term 'mining' is not altogether synonymous with 'creating'.
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August 14, 2017, 03:30:52 AM
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What can we do to make Signatum more successful?
Perhaps we should we start a proper discussion thread in the altcoin discussion and mining forum.
Are there ways we can contribute voluntary work?

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Last edit: August 14, 2017, 03:58:03 AM by xixou
 #4686

Can one of the developers please explain how Signatum's full Proof of Stake system will work after the 100,000th block?  So if we currently have our coins stored on Signatum wallet, after the 100,000th block, will we have the choice to move them into the "stake" category and earn 5% of staked coins?  Thanks.

I'm also curious to know (and excuse this if there's an obvious answer), but where does the 5% 'interest' on staked coins come from at this point, if no new coins are being mined?

Thanks.

Usually your wallet creates the block when it gets the stake reward and creates new coins.

Shall the wallet be kept open at all time and NOT encrypted to participate at the POS after bock 100 000?

Why is the website indicating
78,335,162
CURRENT SUPPLY
I see max value in faq being 137,500,000.
but the block number being 37165?

When is the estimated day for the block 100 000 ?
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August 14, 2017, 04:20:01 AM
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Can one of the developers please explain how Signatum's full Proof of Stake system will work after the 100,000th block?  So if we currently have our coins stored on Signatum wallet, after the 100,000th block, will we have the choice to move them into the "stake" category and earn 5% of staked coins?  Thanks.

I'm also curious to know (and excuse this if there's an obvious answer), but where does the 5% 'interest' on staked coins come from at this point, if no new coins are being mined?

Thanks.

Usually your wallet creates the block when it gets the stake reward and creates new coins.

Shall the wallet be kept open at all time and NOT encrypted to participate at the POS after bock 100 000?

Why is the website indicating
78,335,162
CURRENT SUPPLY
I see max value in faq being 137,500,000.
but the block number being 37165?

When is the estimated day for the block 100 000 ?



30,000 x 2500 = 75,000,000
30,000 x 1250 = 37,500,000
40,000 x 625 =  25,000,000

total                137,500,000

The first 30K blocks produced 2500 coins per block
30K - 60K will produce 1250 coins per block
The last 40K blocks make 625 per block

It all adds up just right.
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August 14, 2017, 05:45:13 AM
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19 MH/s on a GTX 1060 6GB with intensity at 18 with -202 memory clock ccminer-x86-2.2: https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases

Was getting 17 MH/s with just about every miner before that on exact same settings.

Power has some drops however, Goes from 91-89 to 34-35 every minute or so, seem to utilize more power as well compared to others which are 83-86. Would this cause any issues long term? (Explanation provided: Epsylon3: The diff change can trigger a small pause (500ms) that generally doesnt hurt)

ccminer-x86-2.2:


3 other miners compared earlier:


Intensity 17 for ccminer 2.2 seems to lower power draw and temps, 83-84% power, 66-67C with 67% Fan Speed @ 17.7 MH/s.


Wow, thanks for that. Seems like latest ccminer has good improvement in skunk algorithm. I will try it out later.

my Asus GTX1060 6GB went to 20-21.7MH/s with this new ccminer-x86-2.2


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August 14, 2017, 06:24:28 AM
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is their a beter miner for amd other than the 1 posted on the 1st page here thanks in advance
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August 14, 2017, 06:48:44 AM
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I can confirm I have very good numbers on ccminer-x64 v2.2 without touching the intensity settings
1080ti ASUS STRIX OC 55-57 MH/s
1080ti ZOTAC AMP EXTREME 56-58 MH/s
1070s ASUS STRIX,PALIT GAMEROCK,GAINWARD 31-33 MH/s

I'm sure the guys who payed for non-free releases will not be very happy
Anyway, great job with this new release ! Keep up the good work !

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August 14, 2017, 06:59:17 AM
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I can confirm I have very good numbers on ccminer-x64 v2.2 without touching the intensity settings
1080ti ASUS STRIX OC 55-57 MH/s
1080ti ZOTAC AMP EXTREME 56-58 MH/s
1070s ASUS STRIX,PALIT GAMEROCK,GAINWARD 31-33 MH/s

I'm sure the guys who payed for non-free releases will not be very happy
Anyway, great job with this new release ! Keep up the good work !


I doubt... due to non-free miner was released almost at the beginning...
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August 14, 2017, 07:43:39 AM
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I'm planning to buy alot more Signatum if it drops a little more. Today I'm a tuna in the world of Cryptocurrency, but maybe, maybe Signatum will make a giant Whale of me Wink. People hold and don't sell. Signatum will be the next UBIQ.. Starting from the bottom and be in the top 100.

Everyone sure will wish every small coin to be the next big time so that you can earn like 1000x. However, you also need to justify for your statement. Unless it is able to differentiate itself from the others, otherwise it wont be able to broke out the price.
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August 14, 2017, 07:56:10 AM
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I can confirm I have very good numbers on ccminer-x64 v2.2 without touching the intensity settings
1080ti ASUS STRIX OC 55-57 MH/s
1080ti ZOTAC AMP EXTREME 56-58 MH/s
1070s ASUS STRIX,PALIT GAMEROCK,GAINWARD 31-33 MH/s

I'm sure the guys who payed for non-free releases will not be very happy
Anyway, great job with this new release ! Keep up the good work !


what version of ccminer is that exactly? the 2.2 skunk version from the first post is already 3 weeks old..
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August 14, 2017, 08:03:00 AM
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I can confirm I have very good numbers on ccminer-x64 v2.2 without touching the intensity settings
1080ti ASUS STRIX OC 55-57 MH/s
1080ti ZOTAC AMP EXTREME 56-58 MH/s
1070s ASUS STRIX,PALIT GAMEROCK,GAINWARD 31-33 MH/s

I'm sure the guys who payed for non-free releases will not be very happy
Anyway, great job with this new release ! Keep up the good work !


what version of ccminer is that exactly? the 2.2 skunk version from the first post is already 3 weeks old..

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases

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August 14, 2017, 08:13:07 AM
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Hello, friends! Can someone explain me, please, how much coins its needed to have for POS stage? I read the whitepaper and didn't find the info about this.

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August 14, 2017, 08:26:16 AM
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Hello, friends! Can someone explain me, please, how much coins its needed to have for POS stage? I read the whitepaper and didn't find the info about this.

the whitepaper pretty much tells you all you need to know:

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Once the available 100,000 PoW blocks have been mined, Signatum will transition into a full PoS coin.  
Users staking coins through their local wallet will receive a 5% APR with payouts based on the number of coins staked in the wallet.
As an example, if a user stakes 1,000 coins through the wallet, they would receive 50 extra coins in a year ((1,000 x 1.05) - 1,000).
The staking APR is paid out every 5 minutes and coins generated during the PoS phase will be fully mature after 50 confirmations - after which the coins are fully transferrable.
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August 14, 2017, 08:35:31 AM
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Any news on when the Signatum marketplace is going to come online? Also, what is going to be available there?

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August 14, 2017, 08:54:05 AM
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Also, what is going to be available there?

I guess it's up to sellers who choose to use their platform. I personally hope it'll be plenty.
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August 14, 2017, 09:01:45 AM
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Haha,

Seems like always, tpruvot made it better for free than all others :-)

Good job!


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August 14, 2017, 09:21:50 AM
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Haha,
Seems like always, tpruvot made it better for free than all others :-)
Good job!
Skunk is on the level with others. 38-39 vs 39-40 on 1080
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