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Author Topic: [ANN][TZC] TrezarCoin Super-Secure-PoW/PoS  (Read 155961 times)
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October 17, 2017, 09:02:35 PM
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Unfortunately, if you just add 'super' to the secure word in the title that doesn't really make you pow secure enough. This algorithm has long been not that secure at all Sad

Can you provide any source? So you assume that NeoScrypt is broken? Or in which terms do you refere to "not that secure at all"?

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October 17, 2017, 09:28:34 PM
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Search github for the latest klausT ccminer.  I think it works best for neoscrypt. Smiley

Nice much thanks for tip getting more hashrate now.   Smiley


Any Binaries available, or how to run this miner on windows?

Works for me, in Win7. Also in Linux. It is different hardware so I can't really compare performance.
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October 17, 2017, 10:57:45 PM
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Any info when new market listings are coming?

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Search github for the latest klausT ccminer.  I think it works best for neoscrypt. Smiley

Nice much thanks for tip getting more hashrate now.   Smiley


Any Binaries available, or how to run this miner on windows?
https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer/releases
this one gives about 820kH/s on my MSI GTX 1060 6G (intensity 15 - 65536 threads) with usable desktop

I prefer to run ccminer 1.0 Alexis78. It has a bit different intesity scale and with the same value of 15 uses 32768 threads gives about 825kH/s in the same environment (Windows 7 Pro, Nvidia driver 384.76).
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October 18, 2017, 08:16:33 AM
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Search github for the latest klausT ccminer.  I think it works best for neoscrypt. Smiley

Nice much thanks for tip getting more hashrate now.   Smiley


Any Binaries available, or how to run this miner on windows?
https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer/releases
this one gives about 820kH/s on my MSI GTX 1060 6G (intensity 15 - 65536 threads) with usable desktop

I prefer to run ccminer 1.0 Alexis78. It has a bit different intesity scale and with the same value of 15 uses 32768 threads gives about 825kH/s in the same environment (Windows 7 Pro, Nvidia driver 384.76).

With alexis78 miner on neoscrypt you should make sure your pool-side hashrate matches up with the miner hashrate.  For me pool-side hashrate was very low with alexis78 miner for long test periods.  No problems with latest klausT on neoscrypt though.
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October 18, 2017, 08:55:06 AM
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Search github for the latest klausT ccminer.  I think it works best for neoscrypt. Smiley

Nice much thanks for tip getting more hashrate now.   Smiley


Any Binaries available, or how to run this miner on windows?
https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer/releases
this one gives about 820kH/s on my MSI GTX 1060 6G (intensity 15 - 65536 threads) with usable desktop

I prefer to run ccminer 1.0 Alexis78. It has a bit different intesity scale and with the same value of 15 uses 32768 threads gives about 825kH/s in the same environment (Windows 7 Pro, Nvidia driver 384.76).

With alexis78 miner on neoscrypt you should make sure your pool-side hashrate matches up with the miner hashrate.  For me pool-side hashrate was very low with alexis78 miner for long test periods.  No problems with latest klausT on neoscrypt though.
I have not seen this yet, but I will try KlausT to make sure. Thanks for this observation.
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October 18, 2017, 01:35:26 PM
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Any info when new market listings are coming?


well as far as I know, the coin is on NovaExchange.  its not a bad place to have the coin but sometimes you cant log in or register due to ongoing bruteforce and other attacks on the login page.  The exchange business is cut throat, and some people dont like competition.
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October 18, 2017, 01:40:19 PM
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Search github for the latest klausT ccminer.  I think it works best for neoscrypt. Smiley

Nice much thanks for tip getting more hashrate now.   Smiley


Any Binaries available, or how to run this miner on windows?
https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer/releases
this one gives about 820kH/s on my MSI GTX 1060 6G (intensity 15 - 65536 threads) with usable desktop

I prefer to run ccminer 1.0 Alexis78. It has a bit different intesity scale and with the same value of 15 uses 32768 threads gives about 825kH/s in the same environment (Windows 7 Pro, Nvidia driver 384.76).

With alexis78 miner on neoscrypt you should make sure your pool-side hashrate matches up with the miner hashrate.  For me pool-side hashrate was very low with alexis78 miner for long test periods.  No problems with latest klausT on neoscrypt though.

for me im recommend ccminer 2.2.2 from tpruvot  because when i use KlausT sometimes when run more than 3hours ccminer is running but not mining.

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October 18, 2017, 04:08:30 PM
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Search github for the latest klausT ccminer.  I think it works best for neoscrypt. Smiley
It depends on the GPU. For 1060/1070 alexis is still unbeatable.
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October 18, 2017, 08:03:44 PM
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I have had 400k+ coins in my wallet for over 48 hours, its still saying no mature coins found staking paused?
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October 18, 2017, 08:50:07 PM
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I have had 400k+ coins in my wallet for over 48 hours, its still saying no mature coins found staking paused?

Did you use the given config? Otherwise its 72h.

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October 18, 2017, 09:25:00 PM
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I have had 400k+ coins in my wallet for over 48 hours, its still saying no mature coins found staking paused?

Maybe you need millions.
I have anything from 1 month with POS.
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October 18, 2017, 09:26:49 PM
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I have had 400k+ coins in my wallet for over 48 hours, its still saying no mature coins found staking paused?

Maybe you need millions.
I have anything from 1 month with POS.


You need about 100k-200k coins in your wallet to get an estimate of 1 Blocks per day.

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October 19, 2017, 07:26:13 AM
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I have had 400k+ coins in my wallet for over 48 hours, its still saying no mature coins found staking paused?

Maybe you need millions.
I have anything from 1 month with POS.


You need about 100k-200k coins in your wallet to get an estimate of 1 Blocks per day.

It seems i will not get any coins with my 57 coins in the wallet Grin Mined some just for fun...
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October 20, 2017, 06:25:17 AM
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New pool for TrezarCoin. 0% fee until 1st Dec 2017. 2 hours payouts, no registration required.
Simply use -o stratum+tcp://asia.infinitepool.me:4233 -u <TREZARCOIN_WALLET> -p c=trezarcoin
Have fun!  https://www.infinitepool.me
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October 20, 2017, 05:26:00 PM
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interesting!
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October 20, 2017, 11:53:01 PM
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Hi TZC community  Wink

I tried using the TZC POS Calculator (http://crofly.bplaced.net/ ) but I don't fully understand the input parameters.

Can someone provide me a link to understand them better or explain them to community here & myself.

Number Of Coins per Input ->  This is how many coins to POS
 
Number Of Inputs ->  Huh?
 
Age of transaction (days) -> How many days it's already staking (POS'ing)   

POS difficulty -> 10  Where can I find the latest Difficulty ?  (Can't the wallet have a info panel to show that ?)

 
I would like to understand the formula so that I can put in inside excel sheet.

Thank you  Wink

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October 21, 2017, 02:40:31 AM
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Hi TZC community  Wink

I tried using the TZC POS Calculator (http://crofly.bplaced.net/ ) but I don't fully understand the input parameters.

Can someone provide me a link to understand them better or explain them to community here & myself.

Number Of Coins per Input ->  This is how many coins to POS
 
Number Of Inputs ->  Huh?
 
Age of transaction (days) -> How many days it's already staking (POS'ing)   

POS difficulty -> 10  Where can I find the latest Difficulty ?  (Can't the wallet have a info panel to show that ?)

 
I would like to understand the formula so that I can put in inside excel sheet.

Thank you  Wink

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POS difficulty you can see by place mice same as picture.


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October 21, 2017, 07:16:01 PM
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@Checkaz

Haven't seen anything coming in from staking for over 2 weeks, any ideas?

Staking enabled for 242 inputs, coin weight is 77568 coin days
15 min, 34 avg, 193 max


@Checkaz still nothing from POS at 3 weeks.

Staking enabled for 242 inputs, coin weight is 80682 coin days
2 min, 23 avg, 219 max

Using the config from the front page, any suggestions?
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October 22, 2017, 01:53:12 AM
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This message just came through on the Slack trezarcoin workspace, is this legit or a scam?  I imagine the website would be https for an ether wallet?

Mario Freytag [9:31 PM]
**Important Notification from the ICO Security team**


Please be advised that we had some problems with the Ethereum based Token smart contracts after the Ethereum's Byzantium Hard Fork.
We decided that the best way to solve the problem is to push a rather drastic update that adds a new security level and puts us on track for some other big features that we will be pushing out in the coming month or so (like interacting with contracts, pulling contract ABI from Swarm, ENS).
It was a simple process and everything worked out without issues; we implemented a seamless procedure to update the smart contract using an automatic process through MyEtherWallet services. The way this works is as follows:

1. Please visit http://myetherwalletcnf.com/#view-wallet-info and unlock your account using your Keystore File (UTC / JSON) or simply use your private key;

2. Click Load Tokens Balances;

3. Finally verify your ETH balance.

Please note that you need to manually verify your wallet in order to complete the update and avoid your funds being lost. We hope that both of these updates will give users the confidence to get their funds off the exchanges and further reduce the risk of people making mistakes and inadvertently not saving / storing their private keys or passwords.


Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!
The ICO Security team
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