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October 01, 2013, 07:00:55 AM
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I wanted to take a quick moment and say thank you to Joe and Sarion for all of your hard work you've been putting into continuing developing YAC.  I'm not a 'big player' but I would like to show my appreciation for all of your efforts.
Thanks a lot! Smiley

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October 01, 2013, 12:31:49 PM
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Thanks aso118!!!
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October 01, 2013, 06:26:46 PM
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In addition, I also want to say thank-you to St.Bit for taking the time (and giving away his own coins) to help promote YAC.  I hope the following donation helps you continue your efforts.
Thank you.
At the current rate this should fund my giveaway thread it for quite a while.

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October 01, 2013, 06:57:49 PM
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yacexplorer.tk is down
seems to be a DNS issue, http://ec2-54-247-145-77.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com/ is running just fine
EDIT: even http://yacexplorer.tk is up again, i didn't do anything

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October 01, 2013, 07:25:14 PM
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I think the next n-change will be really interresting. It would surprice me if anything changes much, but if it doesn't change after this it probably won't change in the future either.

Yeah, interesting as in it sucked.... hashrate is appx. 25% what it was and it was horrible before... hitting just under 9k/sec on a 7950... maybe once the difficulty drops quite a bit we can get somewhere like after the last drop... it's gonna take a couple weeks though and network hashrate is under 1 meg...
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October 01, 2013, 07:38:40 PM
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... hitting just under 9k/sec on a 7950... maybe once the difficulty drops quite a bit we can get somewhere like after the last drop... it's gonna take a couple weeks though and network hashrate is under 1 meg...

So maybe it's not just me.  Shocked   I'm getting about 17 kh/sec total with a system containing two 7950 (was getting 66 kh/s before the change) and figured something must be wrong with my settings. 

Is anyone doing better than 9kh/sec per 7950?  Perhaps this will be a CPU mined coin after all. Undecided
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October 01, 2013, 07:51:32 PM
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Perhaps this will be a CPU mined coin after all. Undecided
And that's how it should be after all! Tongue

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October 01, 2013, 07:56:59 PM
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Perhaps this will be a CPU mined coin after all. Undecided
And that's how it should be after all! Tongue

'Cause that is horribly efficient... you DO realize CPU hashrate took a dive as well, right?
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October 01, 2013, 08:03:12 PM
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Perhaps this will be a CPU mined coin after all. Undecided
And that's how it should be after all! Tongue
'Cause that is horribly efficient... you DO realize CPU hashrate took a dive as well, right?
ofc i do

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October 01, 2013, 08:05:02 PM
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Perhaps this will be a CPU mined coin after all. Undecided
And that's how it should be after all! Tongue

'Cause that is horribly efficient... you DO realize CPU hashrate took a dive as well, right?

Yes, but apparently not as badly as the GPU.  Unless there are better settings, as of right now my GPU took a 75% hit (66 to 17 kh/s), but my CPU only took a 40% hit (from 2.5 to 1.5 kh/s).
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October 01, 2013, 08:06:55 PM
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Perhaps this will be a CPU mined coin after all. Undecided
And that's how it should be after all! Tongue

'Cause that is horribly efficient... you DO realize CPU hashrate took a dive as well, right?

Yes, but apparently not as badly as the GPU.  Unless there are better settings, as of right now my GPU took a 75% hit (66 to 17 kh/s), but my CPU only took a 40% hit (from 2.5 to 1.5 kh/s).
indeed, that's because the cpu has a much faster access to ram and also L1/L2/L3 caches

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October 01, 2013, 08:27:59 PM
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It's understandable that a change of hash rate is frustrating for everyone that is accustomed to hashing away on other coins. However, YAC is NOT like other coins, and that's the way we like it  Cool 

A better way in my opinion to think about the Nfactor changes is akin to a reverse stock split:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reverse_stock_split

While your hash rate has dropped, so has everyone else's. You're essentially mining at the same rate as before, at least if you're using a CPU, which after all was the original intent of YACoin. 

No need to take my word for it though : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_of_relativity
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October 01, 2013, 10:21:49 PM
Last edit: October 02, 2013, 09:36:36 AM by ilostcoins
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... hitting just under 9k/sec on a 7950... maybe once the difficulty drops quite a bit we can get somewhere like after the last drop... it's gonna take a couple weeks though and network hashrate is under 1 meg...

So maybe it's not just me.  Shocked   I'm getting about 17 kh/sec total with a system containing two 7950 (was getting 66 kh/s before the change) and figured something must be wrong with my settings.  

Is anyone doing better than 9kh/sec per 7950?  Perhaps this will be a CPU mined coin after all. Undecided

If it's some consolation to you guys, I only get 7.5kh/s now with a 7950 and was getting 30kh/s before the latest N change. Your cards and settings aren't bad.

A nice thing about mining YACoin is the GPU is not as hot as mining normal scrypt coins. It doesn't heat up my room as much and consumes less electricity.  Smiley

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October 02, 2013, 10:29:58 AM
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Yes, but apparently not as badly as the GPU.  Unless there are better settings, as of right now my GPU took a 75% hit (66 to 17 kh/s), but my CPU only took a 40% hit (from 2.5 to 1.5 kh/s).
That's interresting.

I don't have a benchmark for your card, but I assume it will behave alike the one from the yacexplorer benchmade previously. It seems that the hashrate decrease is accelerating, while CPU always looses less than GPU. The next step for the CPU there was a 75% decrease for CPU so it's not so unlikely YAC will be a CPU coin in the future.

Can someone run a new benchmark for me on GPU? The 0 hash/s for n=12 on yacexplorer seem to be a bit off ...

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October 02, 2013, 11:07:42 AM
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Yes, but apparently not as badly as the GPU.  Unless there are better settings, as of right now my GPU took a 75% hit (66 to 17 kh/s), but my CPU only took a 40% hit (from 2.5 to 1.5 kh/s).
That's interresting.

I don't have a benchmark for your card, but I assume it will behave alike the one from the yacexplorer benchmade previously. It seems that the hashrate decrease is accelerating, while CPU always looses less than GPU. The next step for the CPU there was a 75% decrease for CPU so it's not so unlikely YAC will be a CPU coin in the future.

Can someone run a new benchmark for me on GPU? The 0 hash/s for n=12 on yacexplorer seem to be a bit off ...

As posted above, my 7950's hit appx. 9kh/s currently... prior to the change it was appx 35 kh/s
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October 02, 2013, 12:04:19 PM
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The older N changes more or less cut my 7950 hashrate in half. However, for the recent two N changes, my hashrate roughly went from 100k->30k->7.5k. So, down to 30% and then 25%.

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October 02, 2013, 01:37:43 PM
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Can someone run a new benchmark for me on GPU? The 0 hash/s for n=12 on yacexplorer seem to be a bit off ...
Yeah, that would be perfect.

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October 02, 2013, 01:44:15 PM
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At this point, it appears there is almost no difference in the processing power of the GPU's - performance is going to be dictated by available memory.  I have been out of town so I haven't been able to try N=13 on my 5770,5870 & 7850, but they were all comparable in hash rate for N=12 - they are also all 1 GB cards.  My laptop (core i7 3610 w AMD 7850M gpu) gets 2.8KH/sec on the GPU and 1.2KH/sec on the CPU now.  The GPU was never terribly strong to begin with and always performed below the 5770, but the hash rate was around 9KH/sec at N=12.

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October 03, 2013, 12:22:50 AM
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Maybe you are right, maybe I should just wait for a bit. when I check the hashespersec it says 0. Does that also mean that I am not POS?

I never paid attention to that number but I don't think it relates to POS. Most likely it's POW hashing which you aren't doing with the client.

Thanks guys for the responses, I have another question, how long do coins stay in stake? I obviously started PoS, so I'm glad for that. Have had the coins for over 350 confirmations, and still in stake. Also has anyone notice the huge number of PoS on the Blockchain? I', sure that is all related to N change. Does that also mean that for the next n change, we will all be PoS, also the number of new coins being generated due to PoW, has gone significantly down. Thanks everyone.

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October 07, 2013, 11:12:46 AM
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Also has anyone notice the huge number of PoS on the Blockchain? I', sure that is all related to N change.
Where did you get that info from? It would be cool to see chart to see how much coins were in POS at any given time* ...

People can enable POS minting whenever they want, so the n-change could have reminded/motivated them to unlock their wallets. The n-change itself doesn't effect POS.




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