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February 28, 2014, 01:05:27 PM
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what is bitgem block reward as for now?
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March 01, 2014, 05:14:20 PM
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Is the coin dead?
No update, no dev, no investment.

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March 05, 2014, 06:46:47 PM
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Disclaimer: Stake is my primary concern - I chose my name for a reason. Also, I do hold BTG.

Mineral, community,

I enjoy the ingenuity of the qt client and rarity of BTG. It is the only coin beside BTC that I hold that does not have have high stake.

I would like to appeal to you and to the community to increase the stake for BTG. It is languishing at the bottom of coinmarketcap when it shouldn't be. It is more rare than UNO. It is stable from a code point of view. Mineral is responsive as a dev. And it is inventive.

I know the rarity of the coin is a selling point, so the value of the stake needs to be weighed against this. However with the coin cap of BTG there will never be many of them. Currently if there are ~28000 BTG and we increase at a PoS rate of ~3% a year we'll gain a max of 840 BTG a year. It will take...forever to reach the max coin cap.

Currently even BTG suffers from from pump and dump. I believe if you increase the stake you will increase price stability, you will draw more attention and more potential investors and thus increase the value of the coin.    

Just my .02 BTG


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March 06, 2014, 01:13:54 AM
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Disclaimer: Stake is my primary concern - I chose my name for a reason. Also, I do hold BTG.

Mineral, community,

I enjoy the ingenuity of the qt client and rarity of BTG. It is the only coin beside BTC that I hold that does not have have high stake.

I would like to appeal to you and to the community to increase the stake for BTG. It is languishing at the bottom of coinmarketcap when it shouldn't be. It is more rare than UNO. It is stable from a code point of view. Mineral is responsive as a dev. And it is inventive.

I know the rarity of the coin is a selling point, so the value of the stake needs to be weighed against this. However with the coin cap of BTG there will never be many of them. Currently if there are ~28000 BTG and we increase at a PoS rate of ~3% a year we'll gain a max of 840 BTG a year. It will take...forever to reach the max coin cap.

Currently even BTG suffers from from pump and dump. I believe if you increase the stake you will increase price stability, you will draw more attention and more potential investors and thus increase the value of the coin.    

Just my .02 BTG



Mineral is hardly active. He has missed deadlines.. I dropped out at 6 as the dev is very un-supportive.

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March 14, 2014, 04:15:31 PM
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True... Too bad. Bitgem is a diamond in the rough.
It is rare. It is creative.

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March 18, 2014, 06:49:41 AM
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April 01, 2014, 11:03:24 PM
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Any news about the new features mineral?

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April 10, 2014, 01:44:33 PM
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Can we get a patch on the Herathbleed issue, please?

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April 10, 2014, 02:24:55 PM
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Can we get a patch on the Herathbleed issue, please?

Recompiling against the most recent OpenSSL should be sufficient; from what I've read, a patch to bitgemd (or bitgem-qt) source shouldn't be needed.  I'm recompiling the bitgemd binary used by bitgem.dyndns.org as I write this.

Update: bitgem.dyndns.org has been updated.  bitgemd has been rebuilt and the webserver's SSL certificate has been regenerated.

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April 14, 2014, 06:20:30 PM
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I'm working on trying to produce updated Windows binaries...has been a bit of a hassle, but it looks like EasyWinBuilder might get the job done.  It's definitely not nearly as easy as building under Linux. As I write this, bitgemd is compiling.

Update: (15 Apr 14) EasyWinBuilder produced some binaries, but they crashed on startup. It referred to this page, in which all dependencies (including Qt) are built from source instead of trying to use binary packages. With some adaptation, I have succeeded at building bitgemd OpenSSL 1.0.1g, bdb 4.8.30, and Boost 1.55.  The -daemon option doesn't put it into the background like I'd expect, but maybe that's a limitation of running on Windows.  Probably one of these options to run a program as a service would be useful. Otherwise, it runs as it should. bitgem-qt remains a work in progress. I couldn't get it to build against Qt 5.2.1 (even after the edits described here and here), so I'm building Qt 4.8.5 and will then try building against that.

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April 15, 2014, 06:45:24 PM
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Can we get a patch on the Herathbleed issue, please?

...and updated Windows binaries are now available:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/57535575/bitgem-master-20140414-win32.exe

MD5: 2de892b84cbc05a281d9bb58d6cdbd9d
SHA-1: 3492794e69b33c55ed326fdfb2e42f1e20d59c45

I don't know what kind of packaging is normally used; I went with NSIS as I'm somewhat familiar with it.  It might be necessary to uninstall previous releases before installing this build.  I used the current MinGW and MSYS releases to build, which include gcc 4.8.  Source used was GitHub master as of yesterday; libraries used are as follows (all built from source):

* Boost 1.55.0
* Berkeley DB 4.8.30
* libpng 1.6.9
* miniupnpc 1.9
* OpenSSL 1.0.1g (no Heartbleed!)
* protobuf 2.5.0
* qrencode 3.4.3

On Linux, I'd strongly recommend building your own binaries from source; most systems have all the tools you need readily available.  My Portage overlay makes bringing up bitgemd on Gentoo (and related) systems particularly easy; updating my pool was as simple as this:

Code:
emerge --sync && emerge -1 openssl && emerge -1 bitgemd

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April 15, 2014, 07:15:56 PM
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Thanks salfter! Updated just fine. No issues so far


edit- I put the pool address in my sig, maybe get some more folks there

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April 15, 2014, 07:22:22 PM
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Thanks looks fine

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April 15, 2014, 09:59:19 PM
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edit- I put the pool address in my sig, maybe get some more folks there

Thanks! Bitgem lately has been roughly as profitable to mine as such coins as Litecoin and Feathercoin.  I've basically been solo-mining through my pool for some time now; it's kinda amazing that you can get away with that with not much hardware.  I had a couple of low-to-midrange GPUs mining it at first (a Radeon 7750 and a Radeon 6870), but now I have a half-dozen Gridseeds finding several blocks every day.

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April 15, 2014, 10:48:00 PM
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edit- I put the pool address in my sig, maybe get some more folks there

Thanks! Bitgem lately has been roughly as profitable to mine as such coins as Litecoin and Feathercoin.  I've basically been solo-mining through my pool for some time now; it's kinda amazing that you can get away with that with not much hardware.  I had a couple of low-to-midrange GPUs mining it at first (a Radeon 7750 and a Radeon 6870), but now I have a half-dozen Gridseeds finding several blocks every day.

The prices have been great! I'd like to build up more hash and start mining BTB as well. I have 16 Nanofury's "OC'ed to a total of 40 Gh/s" mining bitcoin, but I'm stuck with just my 7850 on the BitGem  Undecided Before I get another GPU I need to get a new Mobo that will hold more than one! lol slowly but surely I suppose

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April 16, 2014, 07:13:13 AM
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April 19, 2014, 01:27:01 AM
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Payouts at my pool had gotten stuck a few days ago.  I've gotten them unstuck; recent mining activity has been credited.

In other news, I've picked up a more powerful VPS recently (even more so than the one that hosts my websites and email).  When I get some time over the next week or so, I intend to migrate the pool over to it, and upgrade from mmcfe-ng to MPOS while I'm at it.  Hopefully this will fix the glitches I've had to keep chasing down to keep the pool running.

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April 19, 2014, 06:12:10 AM
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Payouts at my pool had gotten stuck a few days ago.  I've gotten them unstuck; recent mining activity has been credited.

In other news, I've picked up a more powerful VPS recently (even more so than the one that hosts my websites and email).  When I get some time over the next week or so, I intend to migrate the pool over to it, and upgrade from mmcfe-ng to MPOS while I'm at it.  Hopefully this will fix the glitches I've had to keep chasing down to keep the pool running.

I was going to ask about that. I hope to be back on there shortly. Finishing up some illustration work and will be upgrading my rig with the funds.

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April 29, 2014, 03:18:05 PM
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