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May 18, 2013, 08:25:22 PM
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does anyone kind nice guy here could tell me with simple instructions how to remove that warning from the Yac client, or maybe tell if not doing it what worse can happen?

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Just download the latest WindMaster's client and compile it and you won't get any warnings. Running the old client won't do any harm though.
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May 18, 2013, 08:34:44 PM
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Just my 2 cents here:

Congratulation to mtrlt, you deserve all your litecoins Smiley

For the rest:

I understood that you wanted to continue to develop yacoin for it's "uniqueness" being cpu-only (AFAIK FPGA from the start)
What I see here it's quite different, maybe you should change thread title as it's not about the client, it's about the miner.
If you are up to multiply your daily crypto income there are easier available-to-eveybody way to do this.
Don't take this as an attack  Grin

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May 18, 2013, 08:47:48 PM
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What I see here it's quite different, maybe you should change thread title as it's not about the client, it's about the miner.
If you are up to multiply your daily crypto income there are easier available-to-eveybody way to do this.
Don't take this as an attack  Grin

Only the last page or two, and there's a bunch of client-related stuff dealing with checkpoints and the warning the original client is showing mixed in.  Certainly a discussion about GPU mining and the first people to post hash rates and implementation details is of interest to ongoing YACoin development.
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May 18, 2013, 10:30:39 PM
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I'm saving that especially for the next altcoin that gets the bright idea to fork YACoin into yet another useless copy-pasta altcoin launch with difficulty set to 0.

I can't believe that hasn't already happened.

Also - is the mtrit in this thread famous mtrit or famous original mtrit?
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May 18, 2013, 10:47:55 PM
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Just my 2 cents here:

Congratulation to mtrlt, you deserve all your litecoins Smiley

For the rest:

I understood that you wanted to continue to develop yacoin for it's "uniqueness" being cpu-only (AFAIK FPGA from the start)
What I see here it's quite different, maybe you should change thread title as it's not about the client, it's about the miner.
If you are up to multiply your daily crypto income there are easier available-to-eveybody way to do this.
Don't take this as an attack  Grin

My main interest here is determining the feasibility of yacoin moving forward, as I have a decent amount of them. It's great that a development community is forming around it, as that's a huge plus, and IMO required for any "lasting" altcoin. However, I believe that this coin still needs something to set it apart from the rest if it is to be substantially successful. It currently has that. But how much of that is due to the intrinsic technical properties of the coin, and how much of that is due to the fact that no GPU miner is publicly available yet? THAT is the key question for me.

Therefore, I'm very interested in the effectiveness of GPU mining in the months and years moving forward, especially as it relates to CPU.  If we can at least keep the performance advantage between CPUs and GPUs < 5x or so once N >= 2048 (in a few months) then that may prove to be good enough. This is why any technical data on hash rates with various N sizes would be very interesting to me, especially as it compares to a CPU.

Right now, GPUs are clearly more effective than CPUs, but the # of users mining with GPUs appears to be very low (1 or 2? Smiley). If a reaper/cgminer YAC kernel is made available though, that will change very quickly.
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May 18, 2013, 11:03:55 PM
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I'm saving that especially for the next altcoin that gets the bright idea to fork YACoin into yet another useless copy-pasta altcoin launch with difficulty set to 0.

I can't believe that hasn't already happened.


There was OneCoin, but the developer couldn't figure out how to compile for Windows, and gave up.

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Also - is the mtrit in this thread famous mtrit or famous original mtrit?

I have trouble parsing this sentence.
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May 18, 2013, 11:27:28 PM
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I'm not even sure that people mining it with gpu is a bad thing in long run or even now. Price needs to go up for cpu mining to be decently profitable and gpu mining might be the one that will keep things moving until then.

And it was always expected that gpus are going to jump in at some moment. Despite some problems it was still a coin where people without lot of gpu power could take the bigger piece of pie in early days than it's case with other coins.

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May 19, 2013, 02:00:51 AM
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Windmaster - Thanks for the the checkpoint fix.
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May 19, 2013, 02:32:46 AM
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How do I fix the old checkpoint message?

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May 19, 2013, 11:16:31 AM
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My main interest here is determining the feasibility of yacoin moving forward, as I have a decent amount of them.

One of the problems I see with YACoin is that many people who mined shitload of coins early ^ are not interested in actively working on YAC mass adoption or development. YACoin is still
lacking blockchain explorer and many other features but I don't see anyone owning huge pile of YAC giving a damn about it. It seems even posting on this forum and not letting YACoin
threads end spammed out to 5th+ page is hard task for most of you out there. You are giving nothing but expect much, well, that simply won't work. If Satoshi and early Bitcoin adopters
went the same way we would probably not have any cryptocoins today.

I, the guy who mined under 1 YAC total but bought close to 40k coins very early and in the effect added initial value to them, will abstain from participation in any sort of YACoin debate
until I see things moving in the right direction.
I own 10K of them, not much. And I'm eager to promote it, too.
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My main interest here is determining the feasibility of yacoin moving forward, as I have a decent amount of them.

One of the problems I see with YACoin is that many people who mined shitload of coins early ^ are not interested in actively working on YAC mass adoption or development. YACoin is still
lacking blockchain explorer and many other features but I don't see anyone owning huge pile of YAC giving a damn about it. It seems even posting on this forum and not letting YACoin
threads end spammed out to 5th+ page is hard task for most of you out there. You are giving nothing but expect much, well, that simply won't work. If Satoshi and early Bitcoin adopters
went the same way we would probably not have any cryptocoins today.

I, the guy who mined under 1 YAC total but bought close to 40k coins very early and in the effect added initial value to them, will abstain from participation in any sort of YACoin debate
until I see things moving in the right direction.

Actually, don't expect too much because we know things are changing, no one knows which is the end. But we can see the direction ahead that is innovative things not copycats. That's why we need to pay more attention on the development of the infrastructure.
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May 19, 2013, 12:34:47 PM
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We need some news, good ones  Grin

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May 19, 2013, 01:44:03 PM
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Presume everyone has noticed that difficulty is falling, and block reward rising..
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May 19, 2013, 02:29:51 PM
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Procrypto is there any word on the blockchain explorer? Did Evilscoop take it over? The guy running the bounty page for YAC hasn't updated the page but I have 250 YACs (not a lot I know Smiley  ) for you when it's done.
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May 19, 2013, 02:57:58 PM
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Not the proper thread for Bter talk. Let's keep this one for YAC development.

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I just managed to get Abe (a block explorer) to work with Yacoin. Dunno if everything works as it should, but so far it looks good. I'll try to polish it and then set it up on amazon cloud or something and publish the source.

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Not the proper thread for Bter talk. Let's keep this one for YAC development.

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May 19, 2013, 03:26:24 PM
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Hey guys. I have the old official wallet and am getting the warning checkpoint too old error. I see lots of people talking about it. But how do we get this fixed?

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download the client from the op in this thread.

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May 19, 2013, 05:34:08 PM
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some statistics from Abe:

full text dump: http://pastebin.com/mEMdue3d

EDIT: it's now online at http://yacexplorer.tk/

difficulty graph:


hashrate graph:


block interval graph:


guess it's dying already

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