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Author Topic: [ANN][TZC] TrezarCoin Super-Secure-PoW/PoS  (Read 129494 times)
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December 02, 2017, 03:20:32 PM
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Anyone notice all TZC pools going down at the same times recently? I notice the difficulty drops like a rock out of nowhere from time to time and try to mine to take advantage, but ends up all the servers are off during those times. I'll include a screenshot if nobody knows what I'm talking about  Cheesy DDOS attack on pools? Or is there an issue with PoW?

These pools arent going down. - A lot of people mining the most profitable coins with autoexchange to BTC. - So when the diff is too high, they all leave and the diff dropps. - Thats why TZC has included OSS to not get trapped on a high difficulty.

Interesting, I didn't know it functioned like this! So does the network stop accepting PoW shares after a certain difficulty increase in a period of time has been reached? I'd like to know more about this because I love mining trezarcoin

No thats not how it works. Difficulty adjusts every block. - If its not profitable anymore cause of the high diff, miners leave and the diff goes down again until its profitable again.

Then why am I unable to even mine at all during these difficulty spikes? Seems strange how aikapool, altminer, etc all stop accepting incoming connections at these times. Like I said, I'll include a screenshot of them throwing errors at the server phase during periods of difficulty dropping. I only ask because at times the trezar mining will just stop and disconnect without reconnecting without actually starting the miner again, resulting in a period of lost mining. Then you also can't reconnect because the server(s) don't connect. I haven't tried solo mining during this period, but I assume that works fine.

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December 02, 2017, 03:43:37 PM
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Anyone notice all TZC pools going down at the same times recently? I notice the difficulty drops like a rock out of nowhere from time to time and try to mine to take advantage, but ends up all the servers are off during those times. I'll include a screenshot if nobody knows what I'm talking about  Cheesy DDOS attack on pools? Or is there an issue with PoW?

These pools arent going down. - A lot of people mining the most profitable coins with autoexchange to BTC. - So when the diff is too high, they all leave and the diff dropps. - Thats why TZC has included OSS to not get trapped on a high difficulty.

Interesting, I didn't know it functioned like this! So does the network stop accepting PoW shares after a certain difficulty increase in a period of time has been reached? I'd like to know more about this because I love mining trezarcoin

No thats not how it works. Difficulty adjusts every block. - If its not profitable anymore cause of the high diff, miners leave and the diff goes down again until its profitable again.

Then why am I unable to even mine at all during these difficulty spikes? Seems strange how aikapool, altminer, etc all stop accepting incoming connections at these times. Like I said, I'll include a screenshot of them throwing errors at the server phase during periods of difficulty dropping. I only ask because at times the trezar mining will just stop and disconnect without reconnecting without actually starting the miner again, resulting in a period of lost mining. Then you also can't reconnect because the server(s) don't connect. I haven't tried solo mining during this period, but I assume that works fine.

Would be great if you could prove that/show screenshots. I would really like to investigate that. Also could you please join Slack?

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December 02, 2017, 04:15:37 PM
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Just wanted to take the opportunity to thank ChekaZ for the support given here.  I have personally had no issues at all except for one time when my wallet would not open due to a corrupted data file.  This was apparently as the result of a hard boot that made for an unclean write to my drive. 

It's great to see TZC hovering around a 5 million market cap.  Hoping it can surpass 10 million in the days and weeks ahead. 

And, it's great to have such good returns on POS. 

My thanks to the dev team and ChekaZ specifically.
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December 02, 2017, 04:22:29 PM
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Would be great if you could prove that/show screenshots. I would really like to investigate that. Also could you please join Slack?

Right now pool mining is working just fine; I'll work through the day and see if it disconnects again. I've been getting these disconnects every couple days or so, and it usually coincides with the big difficulty spikes (50+) and results in it going back to ~20-30 as hashrate drops significantly due to people like me being unable to mine on pools. If it was normal miner leaving and difficulty fluctuation I wouldn't be mentioning it, but it always seems to be on the mining end. So I'll be able to report back soon assuming it happens again

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December 02, 2017, 06:38:04 PM
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Liking this coins setup.  I think there is potential here

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December 02, 2017, 07:03:55 PM
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Staking enabled for 39 inputs weighing 112 coindays.

Will it take 112 days before stake or what does it mean ?

Now it is 40 inputs. 113 coindays. It just went up.

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December 02, 2017, 07:22:45 PM
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Staking enabled for 39 inputs weighing 112 coindays.

Will it take 112 days before stake or what does it mean ?

Now it is 40 inputs. 113 coindays. It just went up.
Coindays is just your weight or "hashrate" for PoS. 112 is quite low, either it just started or you have less then 1k coins, which may take a long time for you to get a block.
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December 02, 2017, 07:55:05 PM
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Hell man. I just saw it went crazy up satoshiwise so i started mining and staking some days ago.

Now it say 42 inputs 118 coindays. I am being outraced so to speak.


Still not understanding the days thing i guess. Does it mean that theoretically i should have a payout in 118 days or is it just a word put in for weisenheimers ?

Diff goes up very fast.


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December 02, 2017, 08:02:39 PM
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Staking enabled for 39 inputs weighing 112 coindays.

Will it take 112 days before stake or what does it mean ?

Now it is 40 inputs. 113 coindays. It just went up.
Coindays is just your weight or "hashrate" for PoS. 112 is quite low, either it just started or you have less then 1k coins, which may take a long time for you to get a block.

I have 381 inputs, weighing a little more than 507,000 coin days.  I have been getting between 8 - 10 blocks per month (800 - 1000 coins per month).

112 coin days means you will get about 1/450th of what I am getting, assuming you do not improve in that regard.  If it STAYS at 112 coin days, then expect a 100 coin reward every 3 years or so if I am doing the math properly.

It would be helpful if you told us how many coins you have.  
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December 02, 2017, 08:04:12 PM
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Bong. Pardon my arrogance or don't.

I have. Let's see. 105.812469 TZC at the moment. Taking them in one at a time. From The Blocks Factory.

PS: I'm switched to PXC for a moment. I have this idea that it will beat TZC ass one these days when it comes to profit.

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December 02, 2017, 08:07:10 PM
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Bong. Pardon my arrogance or don't.

I have. Let's see. 105.812469 TZC at the moment.

I re-did the math.  With so few coins you are in for a long long wait for anything to happen.  Think about it.  At my rate of return on staking (assuming the rate is about the same - which really cannot be done) then my coins will double in about 3 years.  

So will yours... but since you have a little more than 100 coins to start with, and the POS payout is 100 coins... it will take you 3 years to see your first payout - on average.
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December 02, 2017, 08:10:05 PM
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Thank you. I will read up on it later on.

Glad to see that it gains value even if i don't get it staking.

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December 02, 2017, 11:18:17 PM
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Do you have a link for the miner.

Whats your hashrate?


ccminer    https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer


Look in releases if you do not want to compile.
I not found releases.   I trying 5 releases to compile but all fail.  i already post many times in ccminer section about it but nobody helped

at this moment i have  5 ccminers.  really working only one - ccminer-spmod


i trying another nsgminer
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=712650.new#new


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ry `minerd --help' for more information.
user@PC1 /media/user/F/Work/Mining/nsgminer-trezarcoin-cryptopia-neoscrypt $
user@PC1 /media/user/F/Work/Mining/nsgminer-trezarcoin-cryptopia-neoscrypt $ sh _2_start_trezar_cryptopia_neoscrypt.sh
NeoScrypt CPUminer v2.4.3
Engines: INT SSE2 SSE2-4way (enabled: SSE2-4way)

NSGMiner not working with GPU on Linux. 

I tries 4 more times   - never working, even on CPU
I install Linux Kernel 4.13.2 final release but this not helped
I have 2x GTX1060

Please anybody upload normal COMPILED miner for test

#!/bin/bash/
#./minerd -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.minertopia.org:4233 -u TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac -p c=TZC
#./minerd -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://eu1.altminer.net:4233 -u TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac -p c=TZC
#./minerd -k neoscrypt -g 1 -w 64 -I 15 -o  stratum+tcp://eu1.altminer.net:4233 -O TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac:x
./minerd -a neoscrypt -o  stratum+tcp://eu1.altminer.net:4233 -O TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac:x
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December 02, 2017, 11:51:41 PM
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Is it worth staking with 100k coins?
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December 03, 2017, 12:55:22 AM
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Is it worth staking with 100k coins?

Yes it is in my opinion.  You could expect to get an extra 15k coins or so in a year.  You'll probably hit a block (100 coins) every 2-3 days Smiley
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December 03, 2017, 12:57:32 AM
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I not found releases.   I trying 5 releases to compile but all fail.  i already post many times in ccminer section about it but nobody helped

at this moment i have  5 ccminers.  really working only one - ccminer-spmod


Releases for KlausT miner is here:  https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer/releases

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December 03, 2017, 01:10:11 AM
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Is it worth staking with 100k coins?

Yes it is in my opinion.  You could expect to get an extra 15k coins or so in a year.  You'll probably hit a block (100 coins) every 2-3 days Smiley

Heck... with 35,000 coins I am hitting a block every 4 days.  With 100,000 - should be hitting 5 blocks per week.
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December 03, 2017, 05:24:01 AM
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I can confirm that altminer lost mining capability using ccminer-812-Cuda8.  Either the pool was not providing job data or something else happened.  Miner was still in process but showing nothing other than internal staus of GPU's.  I was up for just 2 hours when it died.

BTW... before TZC got listed on whattomine, I was getting 18% of the pool rewards at times... now getting less than 1%...



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December 03, 2017, 12:44:43 PM
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Hey Guys,

this Coin is awesome i use the ccminer-rel1.8.4-vc2013-x64 it works fine for me.

I get 1350 kH/ s at a gtx 1080ti at 70 % Power

Join the http://tzcpool.xyz/ Mining Pool stabil Connection

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December 03, 2017, 01:16:00 PM
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Do you have a link for the miner.

Whats your hashrate?


ccminer    https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer


Look in releases if you do not want to compile.
I not found releases.   I trying 5 releases to compile but all fail.  i already post many times in ccminer section about it but nobody helped

at this moment i have  5 ccminers.  really working only one - ccminer-spmod


i trying another nsgminer
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=712650.new#new


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ry `minerd --help' for more information.
user@PC1 /media/user/F/Work/Mining/nsgminer-trezarcoin-cryptopia-neoscrypt $
user@PC1 /media/user/F/Work/Mining/nsgminer-trezarcoin-cryptopia-neoscrypt $ sh _2_start_trezar_cryptopia_neoscrypt.sh
NeoScrypt CPUminer v2.4.3
Engines: INT SSE2 SSE2-4way (enabled: SSE2-4way)

NSGMiner not working with GPU on Linux. 

I tries 4 more times   - never working, even on CPU
I install Linux Kernel 4.13.2 final release but this not helped
I have 2x GTX1060

Please anybody upload normal COMPILED miner for test

#!/bin/bash/
#./minerd -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.minertopia.org:4233 -u TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac -p c=TZC
#./minerd -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://eu1.altminer.net:4233 -u TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac -p c=TZC
#./minerd -k neoscrypt -g 1 -w 64 -I 15 -o  stratum+tcp://eu1.altminer.net:4233 -O TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac:x
./minerd -a neoscrypt -o  stratum+tcp://eu1.altminer.net:4233 -O TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac:x


If you go up a few posts, I actually compiled it for you and posted a link for you to download it.

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