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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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October 07, 2013, 11:10:32 PM
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I think this will revive YAC mining and make it a scalable venture:

http://shop.adapteva.com/collections/featured-products/products/parallella-cluster-kit

we just need to wait for it to come out and port mining software to it, i think this is the answer.


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October 08, 2013, 12:20:17 AM
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I think this will revive YAC mining and make it a scalable venture:

http://shop.adapteva.com/collections/featured-products/products/parallella-cluster-kit

we just need to wait for it to come out and port mining software to it, i think this is the answer.



Many are thinking of mining primecoins with it...what kind of memory does that use/have?
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October 08, 2013, 12:34:42 AM
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I think this will revive YAC mining and make it a scalable venture:

http://shop.adapteva.com/collections/featured-products/products/parallella-cluster-kit

we just need to wait for it to come out and port mining software to it, i think this is the answer.



Many are thinking of mining primecoins with it...what kind of memory does that use/have?

1GB DDR3 SDRAM according to this http://www.parallella.org/board/ diagram, however new version which will follow will surely have more. Cant find more info on mem other then that.

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October 08, 2013, 12:36:52 AM
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I think this will revive YAC mining and make it a scalable venture:

http://shop.adapteva.com/collections/featured-products/products/parallella-cluster-kit

we just need to wait for it to come out and port mining software to it, i think this is the answer.



Many are thinking of mining primecoins with it...what kind of memory does that use/have?

1GB DDR3 SDRAM according to this http://www.parallella.org/board/ diagram, however new version which will follow will surely have more. Cant find more info on mem other then that.

Now, if you could add more ram at will...then I think it might stand a chance.
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October 08, 2013, 12:38:21 AM
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http://shop.adapteva.com/collections/parallella/products/parallella-16

you can parallel them for now to get more.
Next gen will have more for sure

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October 08, 2013, 02:46:11 AM
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http://shop.adapteva.com/collections/parallella/products/parallella-16

you can parallel them for now to get more.
Next gen will have more for sure

I'm only pos minting right now...mining primecoin on my cpu for profit. Holding yac and pos minting.
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October 08, 2013, 02:34:19 PM
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I've looked into mining primecoin a few times now.   It doesn't seem to be any different then any other coin - other then the fact that it is mining for 'prime numbers.'   It doesn't have POS, n-increase, or anything else 'new' that will help keep the coin stable.

If primecoin does offer something new, or I'm missing something, please let me know - other wise I don't think the coin would have been very successful if it wasn't developed by an already known developer; Sunny King.  He's great at keeping up in the forums, but I'm still waiting for a PPC wallet that I don't need to write a batch file to mint with.  I think the PPC community would agree it was a well developed coin, but updating/improving/maintaining PPC does not seem to be one of Sunny's strong points. 

I guess that's why I'm addicted to YAC.  We have two super active developers and a crowd of active miners/investors/advocates.  There's a new improvement, bounty, or project almost every week. Smiley

 

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October 08, 2013, 03:14:01 PM
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I've looked into mining primecoin a few times now.   It doesn't seem to be any different then any other coin - other then the fact that it is mining for 'prime numbers.'   It doesn't have POS, n-increase, or anything else 'new' that will help keep the coin stable.

If primecoin does offer something new, or I'm missing something, please let me know - other wise I don't think the coin would have been very successful if it wasn't developed by an already known developer; Sunny King.  He's great at keeping up in the forums, but I'm still waiting for a PPC wallet that I don't need to write a batch file to mint with.  I think the PPC community would agree it was a well developed coin, but updating/improving/maintaining PPC does not seem to be one of Sunny's strong points. 

I guess that's why I'm addicted to YAC.  We have two super active developers and a crowd of active miners/investors/advocates.  There's a new improvement, bounty, or project almost every week. Smiley

Agreed, primecoin is only for bill paying...short time mining thingie.
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October 08, 2013, 04:14:57 PM
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I've looked into mining primecoin a few times now.   It doesn't seem to be any different then any other coin - other then the fact that it is mining for 'prime numbers.'   It doesn't have POS, n-increase, or anything else 'new' that will help keep the coin stable.

If primecoin does offer something new, or I'm missing something, please let me know - other wise I don't think the coin would have been very successful if it wasn't developed by an already known developer; Sunny King.  He's great at keeping up in the forums, but I'm still waiting for a PPC wallet that I don't need to write a batch file to mint with.  I think the PPC community would agree it was a well developed coin, but updating/improving/maintaining PPC does not seem to be one of Sunny's strong points.  

I guess that's why I'm addicted to YAC.  We have two super active developers and a crowd of active miners/investors/advocates.  There's a new improvement, bounty, or project almost every week. Smiley

Speaking of bounty.  I am willing to offer a bounty (10k YAC) for a site like coinchoose.com for YaCoin mining profitability, except it compares YaCoin to other coins as well as just the YaCoin clones.  Any thoughts?

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October 08, 2013, 06:07:53 PM
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Speaking of bounty.  I am willing to offer a bounty (10k YAC) for a site like coinchoose.com for YaCoin mining profitability, except it compares YaCoin to other coins as well as just the YaCoin clones.  Any thoughts?
A whole site might be asked to much, but if some can calculate these infos for YAC they sure would love to copy/past them. If they don't want to do that someone could simply paste their infos and add YAC to the list.

Why do you want to promote the YACurrency clones aswell? If they want to get there they should have to do the work themselves ...  Roll Eyes



Make an adress with your 10kYAC and post it here on the forum. If people trust you and want to support your bounty I think we could raise more money for this. If someone takes the time to work on a bounty he shouldn't have to search the forum for hints where to get the promised coins.

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October 08, 2013, 07:11:25 PM
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Has anyone been able to compile the windows client with boost_1_54_0?  I've been having issues with getting it to run stable and I believe this may be the issue.
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October 09, 2013, 07:50:30 AM
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I've looked into mining primecoin a few times now.   It doesn't seem to be any different then any other coin - other then the fact that it is mining for 'prime numbers.'   It doesn't have POS, n-increase, or anything else 'new' that will help keep the coin stable.

If primecoin does offer something new, or I'm missing something, please let me know - other wise I don't think the coin would have been very successful if it wasn't developed by an already known developer; Sunny King.  He's great at keeping up in the forums, but I'm still waiting for a PPC wallet that I don't need to write a batch file to mint with.  I think the PPC community would agree it was a well developed coin, but updating/improving/maintaining PPC does not seem to be one of Sunny's strong points.  

I guess that's why I'm addicted to YAC.  We have two super active developers and a crowd of active miners/investors/advocates.  There's a new improvement, bounty, or project almost every week. Smiley

Speaking of bounty.  I am willing to offer a bounty (10k YAC) for a site like coinchoose.com for YaCoin mining profitability, except it compares YaCoin to other coins as well as just the YaCoin clones.  Any thoughts?

What reason could you possibly have for wanting that? YAC is consistently profitable due to the ABSENCE of that shit.

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October 09, 2013, 03:48:52 PM
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Has anyone been able to compile the windows client with boost_1_54_0?  I've been having issues with getting it to run stable and I believe this may be the issue.

Sorry, can't say I have, but I have compiled yacoind with boost_1_53_0 under MinGW, but I'll be darned if I can figure out their versioning...
1.5.3 is 1.45.0?  (this might be what I'm using, or am I using Boost 1.53?)
1.5.4 is 1.46.1 - is this the one you're asking about or is it 1.5.9 which is Boost 1.54?

yay for version numbers and all, but like the man with two watches who is never sure what time it is, I'll never know what version I'm on Tongue

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October 10, 2013, 12:42:54 AM
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I've looked into mining primecoin a few times now.   It doesn't seem to be any different then any other coin - other then the fact that it is mining for 'prime numbers.'   It doesn't have POS, n-increase, or anything else 'new' that will help keep the coin stable.

If primecoin does offer something new, or I'm missing something, please let me know - other wise I don't think the coin would have been very successful if it wasn't developed by an already known developer; Sunny King.  He's great at keeping up in the forums, but I'm still waiting for a PPC wallet that I don't need to write a batch file to mint with.  I think the PPC community would agree it was a well developed coin, but updating/improving/maintaining PPC does not seem to be one of Sunny's strong points. 

I guess that's why I'm addicted to YAC.  We have two super active developers and a crowd of active miners/investors/advocates.  There's a new improvement, bounty, or project almost every week. Smiley

Speaking of bounty.  I am willing to offer a bounty (10k YAC) for a site like coinchoose.com for YaCoin mining profitability, except it compares YaCoin to other coins as well as just the YaCoin clones.  Any thoughts?

What reason could you possibly have for wanting that? YAC is consistently profitable due to the ABSENCE of that shit.

Oh yea? So you want all the bitcoin miners to stop mining bitcoin, so you can profit short-term?

You proved my point...

The NFactor changes destroy early investors by making it easier to mine overall (more coins for same hardware).  People aren't joining for the higher reward fast enough, and it needs to be better advertised. 

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October 12, 2013, 02:02:27 AM
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where to download the latest version of the minerd (cpu mining) or cgminer with scrypt-jane support?

is L3 cache size important?
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October 12, 2013, 02:17:00 AM
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October 12, 2013, 02:22:15 AM
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where to download the latest version of the minerd (cpu mining) or cgminer with scrypt-jane support?

is L3 cache size important?

The GPU miner for YACoin is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=247782.0
A version that can work with other scrypt-jane coins as well is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269145.msg2946557#msg2946557

Latest CPU miner may be this one:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=201027.0
However, when I try to use this CPU miner with a pool recently, I get "json_rpc_call failed" error. So, may be someone can enlighten us both.  Smiley

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October 12, 2013, 06:05:10 AM
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Could someone post comparative numbers on the amount of yac minable compared to XPM per day on the same cpu.

I mined yac at the start, I've got like 10k, but back then they were worth like 4BTC, and now....

Anyways I was considering switching back but wasn't sure which was more profitable.
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