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May 05, 2018, 05:41:02 PM
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It seems that listing on Open Ledger DEX is free, maybe submit the application form?

https://dex.openledger.info/welcome

Thanks for your suggestion.
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May 05, 2018, 05:41:47 PM
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We should try go get listed on bitfinex like BitcoinInterest... They was only on TS and next was Bitfinex, so maybe it's a chance have some liquidity Wink

We've already applied to get listed on Bitfinex.

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May 05, 2018, 05:48:56 PM
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We should try go get listed on bitfinex like BitcoinInterest... They was only on TS and next was Bitfinex, so maybe it's a chance have some liquidity Wink

We've already applied to get listed on Bitfinex.
Have they answered? It's very interesting Smiley
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May 05, 2018, 09:55:12 PM
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Tom, with all respect, but IntenseCoin network had 51% attack just 2 weeks ago: https://intensecoin.com/2018/04/16/imminent-hard-fork-and-network-attack/
They ended up rolling back their blockchain and then forking it again! Another real mess with out-of-sync wallets for weeks and lockedown exchanges.

I know nothing about IntenseCoin internals. What I was able to learn from the article is this:
1) somebody gained significant hashing power and at the same time he exploited some weakness in IntenseCoin to find 6000 blocks himself.
2) IntenseCoin developers decided that this is bad and they made a hard fork, causing A LOT of troubles.

I believe that there are two problems. First one is the exploitable weakness, and second trouble is mad developers making hard fork as a solution for this problem.

If the very same problem happened with VoteCoin, 6000 blocks would be worth 750K VOT coins, which the "attacker" could actually sell at TradeSatoshi exchange to get 1.33 BTC.
The price of VOT would drop down to 100 sat. But that's the worst case scenario. Nobody gets hurt. All coins held by all users would be safe. There would be no need for any hard forking in my opinion.

VoteCoin uses a dificulty adjustment algorithm based on DigiShield v3/v4 [DigiByte-PoW], with simplifications and altered parameters, to adjust difficulty to target the desired 2.5-minute block time. Unlike Bitcoin, the difficulty adjustment occurs after every block. So I would say that VoteCoin does not have such weakness as like IntenseCoin and it would prevent such situation anyway.

There is no need to fear the upcoming ASIC release...

-Tom

The problem is not at all in this. The fact is that the company Bitmain (manufacturer AsicS - supports for the door, hair dryer, heater) just gets rid of used Asics, to sell greedy idiots who want easy money and who eventually lose their money by buying a large calculator that quickly losing profitability.
In place of old Asics new more powerful ones will come and if you do not change the algorithm (and I understand why - you use their ZEC network (hello t1) and do what they do? But the greedy Zcash team gets 2.5 coins from each block all the same, even better.
And what's the benefit to you? Do you know what will happen in the end? Bitmain with its ASICs will absorb the whole algorithm, all ordinary users will leave you. And you will have one member named Bitmain (hello Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dash). Electroneum for this reason decided to hold a hard fork for began to lose its community.
I, as a holder of Votecoin, are not indifferent to the fate of the coin. So I advise you to think over my words Tom.

Sorry for my English, I write this with Google translate
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May 06, 2018, 06:12:32 AM
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And what's the benefit to you? Do you know what will happen in the end? Bitmain with its ASICs will absorb the whole algorithm, all ordinary users will leave you.

I do not agree with your conclusions.
Bitmain will not "absorb whole algorithm".
If bitmain's Z9 miners are successfull and if all ordinary users switch to Z9 miners instead of GPU, then the entire network will be mined with Z9. But that means nothing wrong. It has nothing to do with Bitmain company, they will not absorb anything. Each user will choose his preferred pool.

From what I've read so far in emails and facebook messages and other posts, it looks like people freak out about the upcoming ASICs, it looks like the majority of people think it is very big problem, while I do not share this negative attitude, really, there is no need to be afraid of ASICs in my opinion.

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May 06, 2018, 07:46:39 PM
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And what's the benefit to you? Do you know what will happen in the end? Bitmain with its ASICs will absorb the whole algorithm, all ordinary users will leave you.

I do not agree with your conclusions.
Bitmain will not "absorb whole algorithm".
If bitmain's Z9 miners are successfull and if all ordinary users switch to Z9 miners instead of GPU, then the entire network will be mined with Z9. But that means nothing wrong. It has nothing to do with Bitmain company, they will not absorb anything. Each user will choose his preferred pool.

From what I've read so far in emails and facebook messages and other posts, it looks like people freak out about the upcoming ASICs, it looks like the majority of people think it is very big problem, while I do not share this negative attitude, really, there is no need to be afraid of ASICs in my opinion.

Tom, not to lead a long dialogue, answer a simple question. Do you have the ability to change the algorithm yourself? Yes or no? As I understand you do not have such a technical opportunity, so why then all this to discuss, just admit it, and that you are completely dependent on the network Zcash.
As I said before Zcash does not care, because its 2,
5 coins from each block they already get. Votecoin in the first place became famous thanks to miners, who spread the information about your coin. Asic for the average user is a high-risk device. Profitability falls quickly and it becomes worthless. Everything will come to the conclusion that Votecoin will produce large factories and huge farms,
and the community you lose, I guarantee you, there are lots of examples. You are not zcash, ethereum, siacoin, and others who can calmly take it, for all have long been known and have a great capitalization.

Asics are in the majority large factories and not thousands of people with their graphic cards
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May 07, 2018, 10:39:55 AM
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The concept of the project is very good, and also meets the actual needs of future development, and the future is full of potential.
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Tom, not to lead a long dialogue, answer a simple question. Do you have the ability to change the algorithm yourself? Yes or no?
Yes, of course, I have the abilities to change the algo myself.
To make my life easier, I could even wait for some other project based on Zcash to change the algo, and then backport their changes.
But simply following zcash's direction is easiest (and in my opinion most correct) approach.
Those ASIC machines released by Bitmain are in no way comparable to the power of bitcoin's ASICs, Z9 provides only ~4x advantage over GPUs, so I do not really understand why are people so overreacting.
-Tom

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May 07, 2018, 08:29:44 PM
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Yes, of course, I have the abilities to change the algo myself.

That is actually good news as I left with impression that you kinda would struggle to change the algo and therefore piggytailing on ZEC.

Z9 provides only ~4x advantage over GPUs, so I do not really understand why are people so overreacting.

It's more than just 4x hashing power. It is 10x less power consumption. 10x time less heat and therefore 10x less heat extraction. also quite a space saver too. ASICs have lots of advantages against GPUs, but lets leave ASIC advantages alone and look on community itself.
I see @Skydreamer points/worries. Ordinal miners or just curious people have an option to try and mine VOT and have a play and test it. Somebody with just a single GPU can get involved in VOT.
If VOT becomes ASIC driven then you lose out those people and community - running ASIC is a business so if VOT is more of a business project then that's ok, just say it Smiley. People would like to know what to do, to leave VOT community or in contrary, join it with ASIC power Smiley. What direction are we going?
There are some thoughts for you Tom: if you make it ASIC resistant then lots of miners may soon join you. If you do not make it ASIC resistant then ASIC farms will join and so part of community may leave. I am not sure which route is best though. Maybe the best one is the one you are doing - just wait and see Smiley, but some may hate such waiting games. There is no way you can please us all Wink.
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May 07, 2018, 09:18:03 PM
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Hello all, I bring a little fun into your serious discussion Smiley

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May 07, 2018, 10:04:41 PM
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Seems funny that all the community can't get to a point on the algorithm....
Make it easy guys just try to figure out if the Dev is hearing the community or vice versa
We just use the coin as it is, here we are talking for no reason let's make Tom start a poll and the community will decide as long with the dev
Asic coin Vs gpu coin,  I guess everyone have this in mind when we get and use VOTECOIN.

Hope for a better future of home mining and owning of votecoin
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May 08, 2018, 11:40:25 PM
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Yes, of course, I have the abilities to change the algo myself.

That is actually good news as I left with impression that you kinda would struggle to change the algo and therefore piggytailing on ZEC.

Z9 provides only ~4x advantage over GPUs, so I do not really understand why are people so overreacting.

It's more than just 4x hashing power. It is 10x less power consumption. 10x time less heat and therefore 10x less heat extraction. also quite a space saver too. ASICs have lots of advantages against GPUs, but lets leave ASIC advantages alone and look on community itself.
I see @Skydreamer points/worries. Ordinal miners or just curious people have an option to try and mine VOT and have a play and test it. Somebody with just a single GPU can get involved in VOT.
If VOT becomes ASIC driven then you lose out those people and community - running ASIC is a business so if VOT is more of a business project then that's ok, just say it Smiley. People would like to know what to do, to leave VOT community or in contrary, join it with ASIC power Smiley. What direction are we going?
There are some thoughts for you Tom: if you make it ASIC resistant then lots of miners may soon join you. If you do not make it ASIC resistant then ASIC farms will join and so part of community may leave. I am not sure which route is best though. Maybe the best one is the one you are doing - just wait and see Smiley, but some may hate such waiting games. There is no way you can please us all Wink.


Most of the above is absolutely true, you clearly conveyed the idea that I wanted to convey
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May 09, 2018, 07:41:48 PM
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Tom, with all respect, but IntenseCoin network had 51% attack just 2 weeks ago: https://intensecoin.com/2018/04/16/imminent-hard-fork-and-network-attack/
They ended up rolling back their blockchain and then forking it again! Another real mess with out-of-sync wallets for weeks and lockedown exchanges.

I know nothing about IntenseCoin internals. What I was able to learn from the article is this:
1) somebody gained significant hashing power and at the same time he exploited some weakness in IntenseCoin to find 6000 blocks himself.
2) IntenseCoin developers decided that this is bad and they made a hard fork, causing A LOT of troubles.

I believe that there are two problems. First one is the exploitable weakness, and second trouble is mad developers making hard fork as a solution for this problem.

If the very same problem happened with VoteCoin, 6000 blocks would be worth 750K VOT coins, which the "attacker" could actually sell at TradeSatoshi exchange to get 1.33 BTC.
The price of VOT would drop down to 100 sat. But that's the worst case scenario. Nobody gets hurt. All coins held by all users would be safe. There would be no need for any hard forking in my opinion.

VoteCoin uses a dificulty adjustment algorithm based on DigiShield v3/v4 [DigiByte-PoW], with simplifications and altered parameters, to adjust difficulty to target the desired 2.5-minute block time. Unlike Bitcoin, the difficulty adjustment occurs after every block. So I would say that VoteCoin does not have such weakness as like IntenseCoin and it would prevent such situation anyway.

There is no need to fear the upcoming ASIC release...

-Tom

"The Zcash Foundation has announced that it will make maintaining ASIC resistance an “immediate technical priority” in response to Chinese mining hardware manufacturer Bitmain’s claim that is has developed an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) miner that is compatible with the Equihash mining algorithm."
https://www.ccn.com/zcash-foundation-to-make-asic-resistance-immediate-technical-priority/
BTCZ, Snowgem, Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Private, possibly Hush, Zencash want to change algorithm. 

Still thinking about staying on equihash?
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May 09, 2018, 07:42:47 PM
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I think it would be very interesting if the community decided through voting the possibility of maintaining anti-asicc voting. In order to demonstrate that voting works. In addition, if the asics are rejected, the community would grow creating a greater diversity of miners and improving the distribution of currency. And being the first to reject asicc using equihash could increase the credibility and value of this currency.
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"The Zcash Foundation has announced that it will make maintaining ASIC resistance an “immediate technical priority” in response to Chinese mining hardware manufacturer Bitmain’s claim that is has developed an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) miner that is compatible with the Equihash mining algorithm."
https://www.ccn.com/zcash-foundation-to-make-asic-resistance-immediate-technical-priority/
BTCZ, Snowgem, Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Private, possibly Hush, Zencash want to change algorithm.  

Still thinking about staying on equihash?


Let me quote one of Tom's previous posts:

Exactly for this reason we plan to stick with whatever ZCash decides to do - we will simply adopt their changes and we're happy to go.
-Tom

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May 10, 2018, 09:36:58 PM
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So Votecoin gets listed on Bit-z or is it for voting coins that will get listed on Bit-Z?
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May 10, 2018, 11:55:35 PM
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How in past wallets (for ex. 1.0.15) to see a list of all addresses belonging to the wallet? I can't find the correct command.
Using votecoin-cli getaddressesbyaccount "" I can't get it
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May 11, 2018, 08:10:24 AM
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How in past wallets (for ex. 1.0.15) to see a list of all addresses belonging to the wallet? I can't find the correct command.
Using votecoin-cli getaddressesbyaccount "" I can't get it

As Tom said before, old wallet and the new one is NOT compatible, you have to

1. Generate new address via new wallet. Copy.
2. Load old wallet with coins
3. Transfer from old wallet to address from (1)
4. Check in new wallet that all amount received
5. Use only new wallet now.

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May 11, 2018, 08:23:55 AM
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How in past wallets (for ex. 1.0.15) to see a list of all addresses belonging to the wallet? I can't find the correct command.
Using votecoin-cli getaddressesbyaccount "" I can't get it

As Tom said before, old wallet and the new one is NOT compatible, you have to

I have the wallet version V1.0.15 and I want to see a list of all the addresses in it.
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May 11, 2018, 04:20:50 PM
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For Zcash maybe, but for 0.5MSol/s VOT network only 50 such miners needed to get control over (or ruin?) the network!

Lets try some math.
Current VoteCoin network hash rate is 500 Ksol/s.
Bitmain's Equihash miner costs around $2200 including PSU and shipping, while the miner is capable of mining 10Ksol/s.

To get over 50% of hashrate of VoteCoin network, you need to generate another 500 Ksol/s.
You would have to buy 50 such ASIC miners, so the cost would be 110 000 USD.
(not mentioning that bitmain will sell only 1 device to a single user)
(not mentioning that having 51% of hashrate does NOT ruin the network at all)

If you want to get the same hashrate with GTX 1060 cards, you would need 1666 such cards (300 Sol per card), which would cost you around 400 000 USD today.
So ASIC gives you only 4x the hashrate for your money.
Not mentioning that once the bitmain's ASICs are released, the price for used GPUs will decrease rapidly and you may get 1666 such cards for say 200 000 USD while still getting several years warranty, compared to bitmain's 180 days.

In long term, the ASICs will consume less energy, indeed, so it will be more profitable that GPUs, but other than that, the advantage of having bitmain's ASIC boxes will be insignificant.

-Tom



What people are not understanding is that the real "cost" is the depreciation of assets.

A $4000 GPU rig today (6x1070) is worth $2800 next year, so net cost is $80/month
A $4000 ASIC miner (2xZ9) is worh $400 next year so net cost is $300/month


So asic costs 3.5 times. But the energy consumed, which is a big deal in US and Europe but not in China, is also 3.5x less.

Everyone assumes equipment have zero resale value when they count the NOI. In my case I always sell my GPU cards for almost the same price or just a little less than I buy them on sale. Its like leasing a car, a Lexus has 65% retained value VS a Mercedes has 55%, GPU has 30% and ASIC miner has 0% after 3 years of use.

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