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November 14, 2017, 08:06:21 AM
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What are the more advanced concepts and techniques that the VPN coin project has compared with the previous Mysterium? I've been heavily responsible for the explosion of this cool, unknown Mysterium, and the explosion of its application. Next, I'm going to spend a little time researching white paper on ANN.

Sounds like a bad pickup line in a bar:P

"Hey baby, wanna meet the person who made Mysterium famous?"
"I can make you a star too INTENSE baby...just come to my hotel"
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November 14, 2017, 09:16:33 AM
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Dev team, Is there any problem with pool? My acctualy hashrate is 48 khs, but pool evry time put 10% less from acctualy hashrate, it is the same when I mine before I put another 60 cards on this coin. Than I also mined with 9.9 kh, but there always write 9.2-3. Is that ok, to writte on pool 10% less than acctualy hashrate that we have? I dont want to earn 10% less, in my case that is 20.000/ITNS for a day! Cheesy


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November 14, 2017, 01:33:46 PM
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What are the more advanced concepts and techniques that the VPN coin project has compared with the previous Mysterium? I've been heavily responsible for the explosion of this cool, unknown Mysterium, and the explosion of its application. Next, I'm going to spend a little time researching white paper on ANN.

Thanks very much for asking how Intense differs from Mysterium, as there are many important distinctions.

Intense Coin employs its own native currency rather than using an existing blockchain token. This creates accessibility and equity for miners and users, and lets us truly determine and drive the value of our coin regardless of external influences. For example, bad PR about any of the hundreds (thousands?) of ERC20 tokens could negatively influence Ethereum value by association. On the other hand, ITNS controls its destiny (for better or worse! Smiley). It is also worth noting that Mysterium was also an ICO while we are a grassroots startup. If you like small companies and startups, and small ideas growing into something big, that's exactly what ITNS represents.

As I understand it, the Mysterium network flow involves external actors (identity agents) that facilitate the VPN connection. We do not feel these are necessary, and in fact will add latency to any VPN data flowing through Mysterium. Instead of flowing from peer-to-peer, the data will go peer-to-peer-to-peer.

Most importantly, we talked about the security risks of operating P2P VPNs in our whitepaper. Some of the most significant risks involve man-in-the-middle attacks. To address these risks, we will employ decentralized certificate validation and decentralized DNS queries. We feel these features are very strong for the core ideas of our technology, which are protecting user anonymity and maximizing usability.

Hope this helps answer your question. Let me know if we can provide more detail on something.

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November 14, 2017, 01:36:38 PM
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Dev team, Is there any problem with pool? My acctualy hashrate is 48 khs, but pool evry time put 10% less from acctualy hashrate, it is the same when I mine before I put another 60 cards on this coin. Than I also mined with 9.9 kh, but there always write 9.2-3. Is that ok, to writte on pool 10% less than acctualy hashrate that we have? I dont want to earn 10% less, in my case that is 20.000/ITNS for a day! Cheesy


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Hashrate calculators are never 100% accurate, they fluctuate accordingly with your luck at a given moment. All your shares submitted are safe and will always be paid in full
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November 14, 2017, 01:53:44 PM
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Ok, but 10% is not a small amount :/

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November 14, 2017, 02:11:58 PM
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Ok, but 10% is not a small amount :/

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The reason for this fluctuation is, that a pool usually takes the shares submitted by a miner over a certain period of time (usually around 30 min). Since your mining difficulty might be high and sents the processed shares only every minute, the fluctuation will be 1 min plus minus which influence the average.

To have a more stable hashrate representation of your miner, you can set a low fix difficulty. That way your miner will respond more often to the pool and the average is more accurate. This would also increase the cpu usage of the pool and your bandwidth though. Difficulty has in theory no impact on earnings.
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November 14, 2017, 02:57:53 PM
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Why hash rate network low more than hash rate pool
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November 14, 2017, 03:26:38 PM
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Why hash rate network low more than hash rate pool

That can easily happen when a pool has most of the hashrate of a coin.
Remember that the network hashrate is just an estimation.

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November 14, 2017, 03:56:37 PM
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Ok, but 10% is not a small amount :/

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The reason for this fluctuation is, that a pool usually takes the shares submitted by a miner over a certain period of time (usually around 30 min). Since your mining difficulty might be high and sents the processed shares only every minute, the fluctuation will be 1 min plus minus which influence the average.

To have a more stable hashrate representation of your miner, you can set a low fix difficulty. That way your miner will respond more often to the pool and the average is more accurate. This would also increase the cpu usage of the pool and your bandwidth though. Difficulty has in theory no impact on earnings.

How does difficulty have no impact on earnings? Is it true that with higher difficulty my rigs will have less accepted share to the pool, therefore lower profits?
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November 14, 2017, 04:03:26 PM
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Ok, but 10% is not a small amount :/

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The reason for this fluctuation is, that a pool usually takes the shares submitted by a miner over a certain period of time (usually around 30 min). Since your mining difficulty might be high and sents the processed shares only every minute, the fluctuation will be 1 min plus minus which influence the average.

To have a more stable hashrate representation of your miner, you can set a low fix difficulty. That way your miner will respond more often to the pool and the average is more accurate. This would also increase the cpu usage of the pool and your bandwidth though. Difficulty has in theory no impact on earnings.

How does difficulty have no impact on earnings? Is it true that with higher difficulty my rigs will have less accepted share to the pool, therefore lower profits?


If your machine can not handle the high difficulty in time, then yes there would be more invalid shares.
In my equation im talking about a setup where the machine can handle the difficulty in time for the low as well for the high difficulty.

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November 14, 2017, 04:14:25 PM
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Dang... Intense at 18 SAT. Never seen that before =)

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November 14, 2017, 04:16:47 PM
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Dang... Intense at 18 SAT. Never seen that before =)

True that .... last days things become interesting  Grin

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November 14, 2017, 04:18:26 PM
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managed to buy 8   Cool

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November 14, 2017, 04:18:50 PM
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I just published my personal Intense Analysis:

Read here:

https://medium.com/@cryptodigger/intense-analysis-1ef57765cbe0

Share here:

https://twitter.com/Crypto400/status/929016545539391488

If you read it on Medium dont forget to clap has many times has you can Wink that way we might be visible on the front page

Keep it Intense Wink

Like a PRO ... congrats mate!
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November 14, 2017, 04:21:20 PM
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Where to buy tokens?

Atm only on stocks.exchange... You can get the link in OP

In my opinion is a good exchange to start .... many transactions and almost no problems Wink


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November 14, 2017, 04:22:59 PM
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Dang... Intense at 18 SAT. Never seen that before =)

True that .... last days things become interesting  Grin

Been mining since Day 2 -- but pretty much only my rig CPUs (5 kH or so)

May have to swap some of my GPUs over here if it keeps climbing up.

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November 14, 2017, 04:26:30 PM
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Dang... Intense at 18 SAT. Never seen that before =)

True that .... last days things become interesting  Grin

Been mining since Day 2 -- but pretty much only my rig CPUs (5 kH or so)

May have to swap some of my GPUs over here if it keeps climbing up.


Im mining for 1 month and already made some exchanges too.
Think it´s time to people wakeup and see the wonderfull work that this team is doing for Intensecoin.

Wake up now .. or maybe tomorrow it will be too late Wink Wink Wink

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November 14, 2017, 04:27:51 PM
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Dang... Intense at 18 SAT. Never seen that before =)

True that .... last days things become interesting  Grin

Been mining since Day 2 -- but pretty much only my rig CPUs (5 kH or so)

May have to swap some of my GPUs over here if it keeps climbing up.


Im mining for 1 month and already made some exchanges too.
Think it´s time to people wakeup and see the wonderfull work that this team is doing for Intensecoin.

Wake up now .. or maybe tomorrow it will be too late Wink Wink Wink

 Grin Grin Grin

Note: I have only one rig ... im 100% in this project @ this time ... Intenseppl keep it on Wink

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November 14, 2017, 04:32:08 PM
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What are the more advanced concepts and techniques that the VPN coin project has compared with the previous Mysterium? I've been heavily responsible for the explosion of this cool, unknown Mysterium, and the explosion of its application. Next, I'm going to spend a little time researching white paper on ANN.

Thanks very much for asking how Intense differs from Mysterium, as there are many important distinctions.

Intense Coin employs its own native currency rather than using an existing blockchain token. This creates accessibility and equity for miners and users, and lets us truly determine and drive the value of our coin regardless of external influences. For example, bad PR about any of the hundreds (thousands?) of ERC20 tokens could negatively influence Ethereum value by association. On the other hand, ITNS controls its destiny (for better or worse! Smiley). It is also worth noting that Mysterium was also an ICO while we are a grassroots startup. If you like small companies and startups, and small ideas growing into something big, that's exactly what ITNS represents.

As I understand it, the Mysterium network flow involves external actors (identity agents) that facilitate the VPN connection. We do not feel these are necessary, and in fact will add latency to any VPN data flowing through Mysterium. Instead of flowing from peer-to-peer, the data will go peer-to-peer-to-peer.

Most importantly, we talked about the security risks of operating P2P VPNs in our whitepaper. Some of the most significant risks involve man-in-the-middle attacks. To address these risks, we will employ decentralized certificate validation and decentralized DNS queries. We feel these features are very strong for the core ideas of our technology, which are protecting user anonymity and maximizing usability.

Hope this helps answer your question. Let me know if we can provide more detail on something.



Hi SlowGrowth, did you not sell any coins but just built this from the ground up and mined/bought/sold coins just as any other participant?

I like reading your stuff and your standpoints about having an own blockchain is absolutely convincing. Just got me interested in INTENSE.

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November 14, 2017, 04:47:13 PM
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question. yesterday i made a transaction i sent some coins to Stocks EX , checked back a little wile later and they had not shown up yet figured it was slow on confirms , no big deal im used to that when dealing with exchanges. checked back today but coins have still not shown up. when i check in the wallet i see the transaction but it has 0 confirms still what would be my issue here ? never seen this befor. also when i click the block ex and check transaction pool i can see it listed in there as well.
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