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January 14, 2018, 03:45:17 PM
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Can Piril be solo mined?
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January 14, 2018, 05:04:32 PM
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Hi developers,

We have a mastednode and when we pay rewards to the participants there was a problem which participant did not receive any Pirl coin.
Could you revise and fix it?
Here's the TX (it's successful)https://explorer.pirl.io/#/tx/0x435d6306ba1f2d96c22cb90316bfd867bfde6a5e42589c5e8f12d80117ad9f07

The wallet deposit (but still not receive): https://explorer.pirl.io/#/address/0xf34fd76b2176b474144e9a1ea646cc0db57c4789

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January 14, 2018, 06:14:50 PM
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Join Pirl Twitter bounty campaign.
More info here: https://pirl.io/blog/pirl-twitter-bounty/
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January 14, 2018, 08:14:00 PM
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Hi, i google search piril ezminer i couldnt get it to show the command window on windows 10. it would pop up then disapear. second im pool mining at epool.io hope this is reputable as the op had posted it as a site to mine on, however im using claymore dual miner and everytime the devfee go into effect it reloads epoch i think then disconnect and reloads cards again not sure if im loosing speed because of this?

also i would like to solo mine is that possable? how?
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January 14, 2018, 08:33:40 PM
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Hi, i google search piril ezminer i couldnt get it to show the command window on windows 10. it would pop up then disapear. second im pool mining at epool.io hope this is reputable as the op had posted it as a site to mine on, however im using claymore dual miner and everytime the devfee go into effect it reloads epoch i think then disconnect and reloads cards again not sure if im loosing speed because of this?

also i would like to solo mine is that possable? how?

In the Claymore config, you need to put "-allcoins -1" so that Claymore gets the ETH epoch right on the start (for devfee), then it can continue mining Pirl.
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January 14, 2018, 11:16:50 PM
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i had "allpools 1" set i dont know if that is different then -1  but every time dev fee starts and stopps it reloads epoc and creates gpu buffer.

id like to try the ez miner maybe but that cmd window quickly disapears after starting not sure if its spose to do this while showing the box to quit mining
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January 15, 2018, 12:01:30 AM
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Join Pirl Twitter bounty campaign.
More info here: https://pirl.io/blog/pirl-twitter-bounty/

I can't PM you because you have the newbie tag.   Grin
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January 15, 2018, 02:12:05 AM
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i set -1 and it still does that. i would like to mine solo if possable or somehow fix ezminer i tried running in compatability mode no luck. is the black command window spose to disapear right after click start mining.
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January 15, 2018, 05:00:25 AM
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http://pirl.epool.top   fee 0.5%   Wink Wink
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January 15, 2018, 12:36:43 PM
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PIRL newbie here.

Can you run a masternode on Windows?

What are advantages over ETH, EXP, UBQ, ELLA,...? Why should one invest in PIRL instead of these other coins?

Thanks.
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January 15, 2018, 08:46:37 PM
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PIRL have even discord wallet :v I didn't know that, It has really profitable bounty right now on twitter and plans for the 2018, which include adding token to the exchanges it will be huge
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January 15, 2018, 08:49:23 PM
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Hi guys, i'm a newbie... I've a problem... from few days my Win wallet give my an error when i lunch it.
This is the error:
http://i65.tinypic.com/vrvtw8.jpg

Anybody can help me? i fear to loose my pirls..
Thank all
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January 15, 2018, 09:20:19 PM
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POW MINING WILL ALWAYS BE IMPLEMENTED AND WILL NOT TURN INTO POS.

This is nonsense.  Cheesy
Are you ready to burn hundreds of kilowatts of electricity and ruin the environment, rather than to follow the example of other eco-friendly POS coins spending many times less?

A small example:

(BTC: 14.000,000 TH/s = 1,120,000 AntminerT9 * 12.5 TH/s; 1,500W each * 1,120,000 = 1,680 MW of power)
To power ETH network you need 70,695,200 GPUs GTX1070 25MH/s each; with each GPU taking 100W: 7,069 MW of power
Both BTC (1,680 MW) and ETH (7,069MW) can power New York City!
(DMD: 137 MNs * 5W RaspberryPi = 685W)

So how much electricity are you ready to burn now?  Smiley

Diamond The best investment in your future! ✧ it's 35% POS and 65% Msternode ✧
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January 15, 2018, 09:33:09 PM
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i set -1 and it still does that. i would like to mine solo if possable or somehow fix ezminer i tried running in compatability mode no luck. is the black command window spose to disapear right after click start mining.

There are two settings:

-allpools 1
-allcoins -1


Try and see how it goes.
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January 15, 2018, 09:34:56 PM
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POW MINING WILL ALWAYS BE IMPLEMENTED AND WILL NOT TURN INTO POS.

This is nonsense.  Cheesy
Are you ready to burn hundreds of kilowatts of electricity and ruin the environment, rather than to follow the example of other eco-friendly POS coins spending many times less?

A small example:

(BTC: 14.000,000 TH/s = 1,120,000 AntminerT9 * 12.5 TH/s; 1,500W each * 1,120,000 = 1,680 MW of power)
To power ETH network you need 70,695,200 GPUs GTX1070 25MH/s each; with each GPU taking 100W: 7,069 MW of power
Both BTC (1,680 MW) and ETH (7,069MW) can power New York City!
(DMD: 137 MNs * 5W RaspberryPi = 685W)

So how much electricity are you ready to burn now?  Smiley

I see that just as an incentive to turn to renewable energy sources... wind, water, sun vs burning coal. If you want to be eco friendly, don't use crypto at all, because it all runs on computers.
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January 15, 2018, 09:38:10 PM
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Hi guys, i'm a newbie... I've a problem... from few days my Win wallet give my an error when i lunch it.
This is the error:
http://i65.tinypic.com/vrvtw8.jpg

Anybody can help me? i fear to loose my pirls..
Thank all

Same error with Nautilus Wallet... Huh Huh
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January 16, 2018, 09:07:11 AM
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POW MINING WILL ALWAYS BE IMPLEMENTED AND WILL NOT TURN INTO POS.

This is nonsense.  Cheesy
Are you ready to burn hundreds of kilowatts of electricity and ruin the environment, rather than to follow the example of other eco-friendly POS coins spending many times less?

A small example:

(BTC: 14.000,000 TH/s = 1,120,000 AntminerT9 * 12.5 TH/s; 1,500W each * 1,120,000 = 1,680 MW of power)
To power ETH network you need 70,695,200 GPUs GTX1070 25MH/s each; with each GPU taking 100W: 7,069 MW of power
Both BTC (1,680 MW) and ETH (7,069MW) can power New York City!
(DMD: 137 MNs * 5W RaspberryPi = 685W)

So how much electricity are you ready to burn now?  Smiley

I see that just as an incentive to turn to renewable energy sources... wind, water, sun vs burning coal. If you want to be eco friendly, don't use crypto at all, because it all runs on computers.

The solution to the energy consumption is not that easy. If all the miners would buy energy from renewable energy sources the price per kWh would increase and other “green energy” users would be forced to switch back to conventional energy sources. The entire POS concept seems to be the better choice - don’t get me wrong I am a miner myself (only using energy from water energy sources) and love it but the energy consumption is huge.

Mining and investment blog - https://swisscryptominer.blogspot.ch
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January 16, 2018, 04:14:11 PM
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POW MINING WILL ALWAYS BE IMPLEMENTED AND WILL NOT TURN INTO POS.

This is nonsense.  Cheesy
Are you ready to burn hundreds of kilowatts of electricity and ruin the environment, rather than to follow the example of other eco-friendly POS coins spending many times less?

A small example:

(BTC: 14.000,000 TH/s = 1,120,000 AntminerT9 * 12.5 TH/s; 1,500W each * 1,120,000 = 1,680 MW of power)
To power ETH network you need 70,695,200 GPUs GTX1070 25MH/s each; with each GPU taking 100W: 7,069 MW of power
Both BTC (1,680 MW) and ETH (7,069MW) can power New York City!
(DMD: 137 MNs * 5W RaspberryPi = 685W)

So how much electricity are you ready to burn now?  Smiley

I see that just as an incentive to turn to renewable energy sources... wind, water, sun vs burning coal. If you want to be eco friendly, don't use crypto at all, because it all runs on computers.

The solution to the energy consumption is not that easy. If all the miners would buy energy from renewable energy sources the price per kWh would increase and other “green energy” users would be forced to switch back to conventional energy sources. The entire POS concept seems to be the better choice - don’t get me wrong I am a miner myself (only using energy from water energy sources) and love it but the energy consumption is huge.

What you say makes sense of course in theory but in practice you have to consider this: most of the POS crypto assets are MLM shitcoins, and are conceived just to scam people out of their money. At least that's what I saw. I also think that decentralization is better achieved with POW, because everyone (relatively speaking) can join in, not just investors and gamblers.
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January 16, 2018, 04:26:02 PM
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POW MINING WILL ALWAYS BE IMPLEMENTED AND WILL NOT TURN INTO POS.

This is nonsense.  Cheesy
Are you ready to burn hundreds of kilowatts of electricity and ruin the environment, rather than to follow the example of other eco-friendly POS coins spending many times less?

A small example:

(BTC: 14.000,000 TH/s = 1,120,000 AntminerT9 * 12.5 TH/s; 1,500W each * 1,120,000 = 1,680 MW of power)
To power ETH network you need 70,695,200 GPUs GTX1070 25MH/s each; with each GPU taking 100W: 7,069 MW of power
Both BTC (1,680 MW) and ETH (7,069MW) can power New York City!
(DMD: 137 MNs * 5W RaspberryPi = 685W)

So how much electricity are you ready to burn now?  Smiley

I see that just as an incentive to turn to renewable energy sources... wind, water, sun vs burning coal. If you want to be eco friendly, don't use crypto at all, because it all runs on computers.

The solution to the energy consumption is not that easy. If all the miners would buy energy from renewable energy sources the price per kWh would increase and other “green energy” users would be forced to switch back to conventional energy sources. The entire POS concept seems to be the better choice - don’t get me wrong I am a miner myself (only using energy from water energy sources) and love it but the energy consumption is huge.

What you say makes sense of course in theory but in practice you have to consider this: most of the POS crypto assets are MLM shitcoins, and are conceived just to scam people out of their money. At least that's what I saw. I also think that decentralization is better achieved with POW, because everyone (relatively speaking) can join in, not just investors and gamblers.

So maybe it would make sense to have a solution like for taxes just an inversed version. Someone owning few coins gets a higher staking percentage with a steep decline when hodling huge numbers approaching nearly zero.

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January 16, 2018, 04:29:55 PM
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POW MINING WILL ALWAYS BE IMPLEMENTED AND WILL NOT TURN INTO POS.

This is nonsense.  Cheesy
Are you ready to burn hundreds of kilowatts of electricity and ruin the environment, rather than to follow the example of other eco-friendly POS coins spending many times less?

A small example:

(BTC: 14.000,000 TH/s = 1,120,000 AntminerT9 * 12.5 TH/s; 1,500W each * 1,120,000 = 1,680 MW of power)
To power ETH network you need 70,695,200 GPUs GTX1070 25MH/s each; with each GPU taking 100W: 7,069 MW of power
Both BTC (1,680 MW) and ETH (7,069MW) can power New York City!
(DMD: 137 MNs * 5W RaspberryPi = 685W)

So how much electricity are you ready to burn now?  Smiley

I see that just as an incentive to turn to renewable energy sources... wind, water, sun vs burning coal. If you want to be eco friendly, don't use crypto at all, because it all runs on computers.

The solution to the energy consumption is not that easy. If all the miners would buy energy from renewable energy sources the price per kWh would increase and other “green energy” users would be forced to switch back to conventional energy sources. The entire POS concept seems to be the better choice - don’t get me wrong I am a miner myself (only using energy from water energy sources) and love it but the energy consumption is huge.

What you say makes sense of course in theory but in practice you have to consider this: most of the POS crypto assets are MLM shitcoins, and are conceived just to scam people out of their money. At least that's what I saw. I also think that decentralization is better achieved with POW, because everyone (relatively speaking) can join in, not just investors and gamblers.

So maybe it would make sense to have a solution like for taxes just an inversed version. Someone owning few coins gets a higher staking percentage with a steep decline when hodling huge numbers approaching nearly zero.

Makes sense, also related to energy efficiency, I would probably ban huge pool mining and encourage solo mining for up to 8 gpus, to limit in some way processing power of each miner.
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