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Author Topic: [ANN][YAC] YACoin ongoing development  (Read 326038 times)
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November 20, 2014, 01:32:09 PM
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hello
i have wallet problem i try send yac to bter and some error ??

my trans detail
Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 2014.11.20. 11:42
To: bter.com Y6VGzRr3c7HKkQT2kcGc3oYZPmvrj6Nypj
Debit: -3500.00 YAC
Transaction fee: -0.01 YAC
Net amount: -3500.01 YAC
Transaction ID: 5ab86637778889aa8aeefceb9956f4031af9fd71ef7e4e60c10c279c1ec68c9b

i dont understand i send yac many time to bter
wallet say some error but i dont now what i click to fast Sad
and try later 50 yac transfer and working

my yac lost ?
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November 20, 2014, 07:18:34 PM
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my yac lost ?

It seems coins got to the destination address:

http://explore.grokonet.com/?address=Y6VGzRr3c7HKkQT2kcGc3oYZPmvrj6Nypj
http://explorer.yacoin.net/address/Y6VGzRr3c7HKkQT2kcGc3oYZPmvrj6Nypj

Perhaps transaction wasn't accepted in the block right away.

Anyway you should contact bter if transfered funds aren't listed in your balance.


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November 20, 2014, 07:33:31 PM
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some help please. how exatly install this https://github.com/zone117x/node-scrypt-jane-hash

This should work on UNIX/Linux/OSX.
Have you checked README.md file?

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November 21, 2014, 01:21:54 AM
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YBCoin is no longer going to be a scrypt chacha coin so expect some of the miners to come either to yac or utc.
http://www.ybcoin.com/wp-content/files/New_YBCoin_Whitepater_V2.72_en.pdf
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November 21, 2014, 02:48:05 AM
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YBCoin is no longer going to be a scrypt chacha coin so expect some of the miners to come either to yac or utc.
http://www.ybcoin.com/wp-content/files/New_YBCoin_Whitepater_V2.72_en.pdf

Ahhh, there is the whitepaper. Can someone much smarter than me explain a couple things... it isn't a fork right? It is a new YBCoin that can be exchanged with the old YBCoins, but people can still mine the old blockchain, right?

Is the entire switch supposed to occur by the 24th of November? Some of this info is lost in translation http://www.btc38.com/altcoin/ybc/4909.html

Virtual PoW just means a multipool with subsidies paid out to miners? People will always try to come up with schemes that they swear are win-win situations, creating value out of nothing. I like multipools, but they should be viewed for what they are: a marketing gimmick. What has fascinated me recently is the trend now toward centralization, to a single point of failure in the crypto-world.

Either way, I'd say this is incredible news for the future price of YAC. More miners equals higher difficulty equals lower PoW block reward. UTC isn't really comparable since it is at a different NFactor and the way the pools are setup, you are guaranteed to lose at least 3% of mining rewards.

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November 21, 2014, 10:54:58 AM
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my yac lost ?

It seems coins got to the destination address:

http://explore.grokonet.com/?address=Y6VGzRr3c7HKkQT2kcGc3oYZPmvrj6Nypj
http://explorer.yacoin.net/address/Y6VGzRr3c7HKkQT2kcGc3oYZPmvrj6Nypj

Perhaps transaction wasn't accepted in the block right away.

Anyway you should contact bter if transfered funds aren't listed in your balance.


thanks  all ok only 8 hours late my tranfer Smiley
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November 21, 2014, 07:01:40 PM
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YBCoin is no longer going to be a scrypt chacha coin so expect some of the miners to come either to yac or utc.
http://www.ybcoin.com/wp-content/files/New_YBCoin_Whitepater_V2.72_en.pdf

Ahhh, there is the whitepaper. Can someone much smarter than me explain a couple things... it isn't a fork right? It is a new YBCoin that can be exchanged with the old YBCoins, but people can still mine the old blockchain, right?

Is the entire switch supposed to occur by the 24th of November? Some of this info is lost in translation http://www.btc38.com/altcoin/ybc/4909.html

Virtual PoW just means a multipool with subsidies paid out to miners? People will always try to come up with schemes that they swear are win-win situations, creating value out of nothing. I like multipools, but they should be viewed for what they are: a marketing gimmick. What has fascinated me recently is the trend now toward centralization, to a single point of failure in the crypto-world.

Either way, I'd say this is incredible news for the future price of YAC. More miners equals higher difficulty equals lower PoW block reward. UTC isn't really comparable since it is at a different NFactor and the way the pools are setup, you are guaranteed to lose at least 3% of mining rewards.

This is interesting news.   btw - did we ever make a whitepaper for YAC?  I know there was some discussion about it before.

Should we start one in GitHub?

 

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November 24, 2014, 04:34:53 PM
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Been poking around in the scrypt-chacha OpenCL; it's interesting.

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November 25, 2014, 11:56:55 PM
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Just upgraded from win 7 to win 8.1 but yacminer wont accept my settings below anymore  Sad
(amd driver is of course 13.12 for R7 240 4GB)

settings:

yacminer.exe --scrypt-chacha --buffer-size 3480 -w 64 -g 1 --rawintensity 1280 --lookup-gap 6



error message:

 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] GPU 0: bufsize for thread @ 3480MB based on buffer-size
 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] Maximum buffer memory device 0 supports says 536870912
 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] Your scrypt settings come to -645922816
 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] Error -61: clCreateBuffer (padbuffer8), decrease TC or increase LG
 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] Failed to init GPU thread 0, disabling device 0

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November 26, 2014, 12:38:18 AM
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Just upgraded from win 7 to win 8.1 but yacminer wont accept my settings below anymore  Sad
(amd driver is of course 13.12 for R7 240 4GB)

settings:

yacminer.exe --scrypt-chacha --buffer-size 3480 -w 64 -g 1 --rawintensity 1280 --lookup-gap 6



error message:

 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] GPU 0: bufsize for thread @ 3480MB based on buffer-size
 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] Maximum buffer memory device 0 supports says 536870912
 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] Your scrypt settings come to -645922816
 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] Error -61: clCreateBuffer (padbuffer8), decrease TC or increase LG
 [2014-11-26 00:55:30] Failed to init GPU thread 0, disabling device 0


GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR=1

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November 26, 2014, 01:01:24 AM
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GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100

fixed it

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November 27, 2014, 04:28:58 PM
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Try with older drivers(13.12).

This.  very much this.  If the config from the ultracoin site launches on your card, you will not get HW errors unless you're using drivers beyond 13.12. 

Best GPU for the money for mining YAC is still the R7 240 4GB sapphire card.  $70 card nets 365 -370 Hash/sec, and works perfectly fine with 1x risers.

As for how much one is making in a day, right now is _not_ a good time to determine that - the difficulty is still adjusting to the new network hashrate and hasn't hit its equilibrium value yet - look for it to hit ~90-100. 

Anybody tested r7 240 2gb? it's difficult to get the 4gb versions around here lately...

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November 29, 2014, 08:24:44 PM
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YBCoin is no longer going to be a scrypt chacha coin so expect some of the miners to come either to yac or utc.
http://www.ybcoin.com/wp-content/files/New_YBCoin_Whitepater_V2.72_en.pdf

Ahhh, there is the whitepaper. Can someone much smarter than me explain a couple things... it isn't a fork right? It is a new YBCoin that can be exchanged with the old YBCoins, but people can still mine the old blockchain, right?

Is the entire switch supposed to occur by the 24th of November? Some of this info is lost in translation http://www.btc38.com/altcoin/ybc/4909.html

Virtual PoW just means a multipool with subsidies paid out to miners? People will always try to come up with schemes that they swear are win-win situations, creating value out of nothing. I like multipools, but they should be viewed for what they are: a marketing gimmick. What has fascinated me recently is the trend now toward centralization, to a single point of failure in the crypto-world.

Either way, I'd say this is incredible news for the future price of YAC. More miners equals higher difficulty equals lower PoW block reward. UTC isn't really comparable since it is at a different NFactor and the way the pools are setup, you are guaranteed to lose at least 3% of mining rewards.

This is interesting news.   btw - did we ever make a whitepaper for YAC?  I know there was some discussion about it before.

Should we start one in GitHub?

Yes, Github would probably be a good start. As far as I've seen, no one has started one yet.
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December 05, 2014, 11:02:18 AM
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Where is the new wallet update? Any new details about the development progress?
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December 05, 2014, 05:49:45 PM
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Probably 90% I have been able to compile and run the new version, so should be soon.
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December 05, 2014, 06:08:08 PM
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I'd be happy to 'beta test' it if you wanted to try running it on another computer.

 

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December 05, 2014, 10:58:46 PM
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I can't get much more than 100h/s on 280x. Is that ok after last nfactor change? It seems to me that there is much room for improvements here regarding compatibility with new catalyst drivers.

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December 08, 2014, 02:16:49 AM
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Bounty Announcement
100,000 YAC Bounty - Built-in Wallet Miner with Auto-tune, Auto-detect

Here are the basic requirements explained:

1) Built-In Miner - It is much more user friendly to have a one-stop program to mine, mint, send, manage YACoins. ThirtyBird's YACminer has done wonders improving and optimizing mining operations. Why not have his YACminer incorporated in the wallet itself? Also, allow for the minerd cpu miner to be utilized within the wallet as well as Nvidia card miners that are already out there.

2) Auto-tune - ThirtyBird has discussed and looked into this feature before. It is something that cudaminer already has done for NVidia cards. The idea here is to make it so one does not need to fool around to find close-to-optimum settings. I envision an 'Advanced' section can allow tweaks or troubleshooting. It doesn't have to be exactly optimum, but the goal is to lower the barrier to entry to allow a computer-illiterate to start mining right away, cost-effectively with ease.

3) Auto-detect - This concept may be the most difficult. Bitminter autodetects hardware through it's java application. This feature should detect every piece of hardware connected to the system that is capable of mining YAC--CPU and GPUs.

The bottom-line is that the software aspect of mining should be as easy, user-friendly as possible. Ideally, I could see a couple 'buttons' on the main wallet view with "Earn Interest" and "Earn through Computing Hardware" options. There could also be a wizard that pops up for entering pool information as necessary.

I would love to promote YAC to a wide audience, but mining software is at a point that turns off a lot of potential stakeholders. I think when people enjoy spending a lot of time working on computers and code, they tend to forget how foreign and complicated unappealing even the simplest tasks seem to a lot of people.

I imagine ThirtyBird, Joe_Bauers, Groko, old c coder could work together on this project, but I also hope more people will donate to the bounty to make it worth the interest of other intelligent people in the cryptoworld near the same caliber. It would open up a lot of doors in terms of marketing if it can be said YACoin is THE most user-friendly coin in crypto. Besides, it there a coin out there right now that favors CPU mining as much as YAC?

Per usual, the YACoin for the bounty will be kept in a specified address. Please feel free to help grow the bounty. Given my reputation, it is safe to say the coins will be kept safe and secure until the bounty if fulfilled. I will use my discretion and consult with other contributors of the bounty to make sure the intent is sufficiently fulfilled (ie there may be some room for creativity in the Autodetect feature). Any and all feedback will be appreciated. Thank you!

Bounty Address: YAA2QgGmKdzo31pg6iZBQNTF2xgRHmsVXw

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December 08, 2014, 06:09:57 AM
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Bounty Announcement
100,000 YAC Bounty - Built-in Wallet Miner with Autotune, Autodetect

Here are the basic requirements explained:

1) Built-In Miner - It is much more user friendly to have a one-stop program to mine, mint, send, manage YACoins. ThirtyBird's YACminer has done wonders improving and optimizing mining operations. Why not have his YACminer incorporated in the wallet itself? Also, allow for the minerd cpu miner to be utilized within the wallet as well as Nvidia card miners that are already out there.

2) Autotune - ThirtyBird has discussed and looked into this feature before. It is something that cudaminer already has done for NVidia cards. The idea here is to make it so one does not need to fool around to find close-to-optimum settings. I envision an 'Advanced' section can allow tweaks or troubleshooting. It doesn't have to be exactly optimum, but the goal is to lower the barrier to entry to allow a computer-illiterate to start mining right away, cost-effectively with ease.

3) Autodetect - This concept may be the most difficult. Bitminter autodetects hardware through it's java application. This feature should detect every piece of hardware connected to the system that is capable of mining YAC--CPU and GPUs.

The bottom-line is that the software aspect of mining should be as easy, user-friendly as possible. Ideally, I could see a couple 'buttons' on the main wallet view with "Earn Interest" and "Earn through Computing Hardware" options. There could also be a wizard that pops up for entering pool information as necessary.

I would love to promote YAC to a wide audience, but mining software is at a point that turns off a lot of potential stakeholders. I think when people enjoy spending a lot of time working on computers and code, they tend to forget how foreign and complicated unappealing even the simplest tasks seem to a lot of people.

I imagine ThirtyBird, Joe_Bauers, Groko, old c coder could work together on this project, but I also hope more people will donate to the bounty to make it worth the interest of other intelligent people in the cryptoworld near the same caliber. It would open up a lot of doors in terms of marketing if it can be said YACoin is THE most user-friendly coin in crypto. Besides, it there a coin out there right now that favors CPU mining as much as YAC?

Per usual, the YACoin for the bounty will be kept in a specified address. Please feel free to help grow the bounty. Given my reputation, it is safe to say the coins will be kept safe and secure until the bounty if fulfilled. I will use my discretion and consult with other contributors of the bounty to make sure the intent is sufficiently fulfilled (ie there may be some room for creativity in the Autodetect feature). Any and all feedback will be appreciated. Thank you!

Bounty Address: YAA2QgGmKdzo31pg6iZBQNTF2xgRHmsVXw

**I tried posting on forum.yacoin.org, but I kept getting a 502 bad gateway error. If anyone can fix that, I will post on those forums.

Excellent, thanks Beave.  I will most likely add to this bounty in the near future.  I would also like to see an 'official' pool and a list of other major pools listed directly in the miner.  I've explained YAC to too many people who have told me it is 'too complicated' to set up a miner in a pool and they don't like the 'trojans' they are downloading with the stand-alone miners.  I believe this integration is essential for YAC.

I've also been having issues with '502 bad gateway' when posting on the forum.  I thought it was an issue with my computer.  Glad it's not just me.

 

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December 08, 2014, 07:36:01 AM
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Excellent, thanks Beave.  I will most likely add to this bounty in the near future.  I would also like to see an 'official' pool and a list of other major pools listed directly in the miner.  I've explained YAC to too many people who have told me it is 'too complicated' to set up a miner in a pool and they don't like the 'trojans' they are downloading with the stand-alone miners.  I believe this integration is essential for YAC.

I've also been having issues with '502 bad gateway' when posting on the forum.  I thought it was an issue with my computer.  Glad it's not just me.

Thank you, aso. You can tell alts are struggling to gain traction with newcomers when you look at all of the recent forks and algorithm changes. I believe the only way people will buy into a coin, especially one that has been around for a long time, is to sell them on the user-friendly aspect. I want to tell someone on the street to visit www.yacoin.org and make them feel confident there isn't a huge barrier to entry into this alternative currency. Bitcoin even has a lot of work to do in this realm--you can sense the need.

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