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January 12, 2018, 03:34:29 PM
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what pool is everyone in for TZC? You all mining in the official TZC pool?

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Im using altminer....

Anyone got experience with both altminer and official pool?
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January 12, 2018, 03:47:42 PM
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what pool is everyone in for TZC? You all mining in the official TZC pool?

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Im using altminer....

Anyone got experience with both altminer and official pool?

Alt miner working great for me.
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January 12, 2018, 03:49:10 PM
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January 12, 2018, 03:54:55 PM
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I have a question about POS.
I am mining directly to the official trezar wallet for more than 2 days now. Before i was mining to cryptopia...

And i have configured everything like it says in the guide.
I have some coins which are over 2 days in my wallet.
And yet it says that the coins are not mature enough. staking paused.

i have added 2 pictures.

https://imgur.com/a/YKEel

and i have added the file trezarcoin.conf in the /data folder
rpcuser=*****
rpcpassword=*****
irc=1
dns=1
qtstyle=1                                                                            
daemon=1
server=1
stakegen=1                                                                  
logtimestamps=1
minersleep=2000
stakemindepth=2800
stakemintime=24                                                                  
stakecombine=40
stakesplit=80
port=17298
rpcport=17299
addnode=162.217.249.198:17298
addnode=46.4.0.101:17298

what am i doing wrong?




You have to unlock your wallet. -> Wallet -> Unlock. If you hover your mouse above the Penrose_triangle, you can see whats going on.

Kindly regards,
ChekaZ

I did unlock my wallet.
It says wallet is encrypted and unlocked for staking only.
If you look at the pictures which i aded in the link.

My bad sorry! - You have to wait at least 24h to get mature coins. - Afterwards your coins are able to stake.

Kindly regards,
ChekaZ

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January 12, 2018, 04:21:26 PM
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Luck being taken into account how long does it takes to get a PoS block with 10k coin ?
Been staking for a week now and nothing :-(
At what point (how many base coin in wallet) a regular PoS can be found each day or even more frequently
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January 12, 2018, 04:28:23 PM
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I have a question about POS.
I am mining directly to the official trezar wallet for more than 2 days now. Before i was mining to cryptopia...

And i have configured everything like it says in the guide.
I have some coins which are over 2 days in my wallet.
And yet it says that the coins are not mature enough. staking paused.

i have added 2 pictures.

https://imgur.com/a/YKEel

and i have added the file trezarcoin.conf in the /data folder
rpcuser=*****
rpcpassword=*****
irc=1
dns=1
qtstyle=1                                                                            
daemon=1
server=1
stakegen=1                                                                  
logtimestamps=1
minersleep=2000
stakemindepth=2800
stakemintime=24                                                                  
stakecombine=40
stakesplit=80
port=17298
rpcport=17299
addnode=162.217.249.198:17298
addnode=46.4.0.101:17298

what am i doing wrong?




You have to unlock your wallet. -> Wallet -> Unlock. If you hover your mouse above the Penrose_triangle, you can see whats going on.

Kindly regards,
ChekaZ

I did unlock my wallet.
It says wallet is encrypted and unlocked for staking only.
If you look at the pictures which i aded in the link.

My bad sorry! - You have to wait at least 24h to get mature coins. - Afterwards your coins are able to stake.

Kindly regards,
ChekaZ

np.
Ok but the problem is that i have some matured coins for over 2 days here.
Will the wallet show me the matured coins in my wallet or will it be blank like it is now? if you look at the picture --> https://imgur.com/a/vVslU
And also if i shut down or restart my computer what does that do to the POS coins.
Because in the guides it just says that the comp needs to run 24/7.
Can you explain POS a little bit more.

Also what does this command do --> rpcallowip=127.0.0.*  -> do i have to input my local ip here? or is this my router (local connection)
do i just leave this or do i have to input numbers whre there is a *
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January 12, 2018, 04:48:29 PM
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what pool is everyone in for TZC? You all mining in the official TZC pool?

Thanks,



Im using altminer....

Anyone got experience with both altminer and official pool?

Alt miner working great for me.


Altminer would go down for me periodically.  On official pool now no issues.
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January 12, 2018, 06:00:18 PM
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Luck being taken into account how long does it takes to get a PoS block with 10k coin ?
Been staking for a week now and nothing :-(
At what point (how many base coin in wallet) a regular PoS can be found each day or even more frequently

I think my post here can help you : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2140812.msg27598218#msg27598218

Quote from: Sabai_dee
Consensus seems to be that TZC staking is rewarding about 15% per year.  A block is worth 100 coins. So for example if you had 100,000 TZC you would expect to gain around 15,000 TZC in a year, which is 150 blocks.  There are 365 days in a year, so you'd average a block every ~2.43 days.

So, if you have 10,000 coins you can expect one block every 24 days .... remember it's a probabilist calculation ;-)
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January 12, 2018, 08:44:07 PM
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Luck being taken into account how long does it takes to get a PoS block with 10k coin ?
Been staking for a week now and nothing :-(
At what point (how many base coin in wallet) a regular PoS can be found each day or even more frequently

I think my post here can help you : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2140812.msg27598218#msg27598218

Quote from: Sabai_dee
Consensus seems to be that TZC staking is rewarding about 15% per year.  A block is worth 100 coins. So for example if you had 100,000 TZC you would expect to gain around 15,000 TZC in a year, which is 150 blocks.  There are 365 days in a year, so you'd average a block every ~2.43 days.

So, if you have 10,000 coins you can expect one block every 24 days .... remember it's a probabilist calculation ;-)

I'll read that ! Thanks a lot for this Smiley
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January 12, 2018, 08:46:33 PM
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When will it be fixed at cryptopia ?

Its now 2 or 3 days.

I want to trade TZC -_-
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January 12, 2018, 09:27:38 PM
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how much coin will i get in 24 h using my gpu (1060 gtx 6g) ?
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January 12, 2018, 10:54:35 PM
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how much coin will i get in 24 h using my gpu (1060 gtx 6g) ?

Go to whattomine.com and input your info there. Scroll down and have a look at what your approx. returns would be.
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January 12, 2018, 11:53:50 PM
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what pool is everyone in for TZC? You all mining in the official TZC pool?

Thanks,



Im using altminer....

Anyone got experience with both altminer and official pool?

Altminer works fine - I'm in the US, btw - and I like that it pays out on a regular basis, rather than when you accumulate a certain amount of coins; this means you don't have an "orphaned" balance if you switch to mining something else.


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January 13, 2018, 04:18:46 AM
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what pool is everyone in for TZC? You all mining in the official TZC pool?

Thanks,



Im using altminer....

Anyone got experience with both altminer and official pool?

Altminer works fine - I'm in the US, btw - and I like that it pays out on a regular basis, rather than when you accumulate a certain amount of coins; this means you don't have an "orphaned" balance if you switch to mining something else.


Yeah, thats one of the big reasons why I've stuck with Altminer... Just curious though of the approx returns people are getting through official pool as it is larger.
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January 13, 2018, 05:45:41 AM
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what pool is everyone in for TZC? You all mining in the official TZC pool?

Thanks,



Im using altminer....

Anyone got experience with both altminer and official pool?

Altminer works fine - I'm in the US, btw - and I like that it pays out on a regular basis, rather than when you accumulate a certain amount of coins; this means you don't have an "orphaned" balance if you switch to mining something else.


Yeah, thats one of the big reasons why I've stuck with Altminer... Just curious though of the approx returns people are getting through official pool as it is larger.

I'm in a much smaller pool, ~100 M/h. 20.2 coins in 15 hours.
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January 13, 2018, 08:27:28 AM
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BlockMunch.CLUB has added Trezarcoin to it's Multi-Pool!  Only 0.25% Fee's!
We are now a Multi-Pool!  We mine the most profitable coin always, and maximize your return!
Choose your payout style.  We pay out in this coin, BTC, LTC, and any coin we currently have listed on the pool!

You can also use your ASIC's in our SHA256, X11, & Scrypt ports and get paid in this coin or BTC!  Just change the algo and the port number in the example belows!

Example Config is Below for Trezarcoin Pay:
Code:
-a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://blockmunch.club:4233 -u TqyxBmqDmtBpUPq29WSpacZCUKuEYRDsq7 -p c=TZC

Example Config Below for BTC Pay
Code:
-a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://blockmunch.club:4233 -u 1JFx3fE462vMsTeYkNK5yvdWeg2wpmxvBD -p c=BTC



Example Config Below for LTC Pay
Code:
-a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://blockmunch.club:4233 -u LRgQk63NRnJQ8PBTU8yyHAm5aGfNjzhMZu -p c=LTC
Block Explorer Link:
Code:
blockmunch.club/explorer/TZC

Peer List:
Code:
blockmunch.club/explorer/peers?id=1856

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January 13, 2018, 10:44:23 AM
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I found how to mine Trezarcoin without unsafe Windows on Linux , Using CCminer trupivot

Step 1.  Get Linux,

I Mining on my own edition Linux Mint 18 x64 with PREINSTALLED Nvidia driver 387 (for GTX 1060,1070,1080)
Sorry no english by default support,  no link.

Step 2.
sudo apt-get install nvidia-cuda-toolkit libcurl4-openssl-dev libssl-dev libjansson-dev automake autotools-dev build-essential gcc-5 g++-5
git clone https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer.git
cd ccminer

check compactibility here https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/wiki/Compatibility

Step 3.
 Makefile.am contatins data about architecture
for me  GTX 1060 - is correct by default, i nothing change ( compute 50)
nvcc_ARCH  = -gencode=arch=compute_50,code=\"sm_50,compute_50\"
nvcc_ARCH += -gencode=arch=compute_52,code=\"sm_52,compute_52\"

Step 4.
./build.sh

Step 5. If all ok
Run miner

create _1_start_Trezarcoin_mine.sh
and fill it
Code:
#!/bin/bash/
./ccminer -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.minertopia.org:4233 -u TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac -p x
#./ccminer -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://eu1.altminer.net:4233 -u TdBSh6BY2iU9uadNtDPXiXgMPMSaD4X5ac -p c=TZC

If you don't like pool select other

Don't forget change wallet to your

Step 6. Optional
Add miner to autoload after oveclocking autoload.
I use standart autorun utility in Linux Mint,  not cron.


I hope this help somebody.


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January 13, 2018, 10:59:56 AM
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Yeah, thats one of the big reasons why I've stuck with Altminer... Just curious though of the approx returns people are getting through official pool as it is larger.

Not sure what you are asking; returns are based on your hashrate, the difficulty to solve each block and whether or not a block has been found and matured. Small pools that don't find blocks very often tend to have very erratic payouts, but if you mine there long enough - assuming blocks are found - then you will make the same as a larger pool finding blocks more often; the difference is that the larger pool will pay out smaller amounts more frequently.

That said, few people want to wait more than a few hours to see if their pending balance goes up on a pool so smaller pools tend to stay small unless they can build a certain amount of momentum.

Altminer, however, is not a small pool. Neither is the official TZC pool, though - it has about half the total network hashrate.

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January 13, 2018, 12:06:13 PM
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Trezarcoin is going to the moon today

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January 13, 2018, 12:54:46 PM
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Avoid. Scam.

Wallet have been put in maintenance at Cryptopia. There is nothing wrong with the network. I have tested.

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