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July 24, 2013, 12:30:33 AM
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Thank you all for your input!

I find it interesting to see this strong vote for an open network and the 'let it fight for survival' attitude.

But I think hardly any project would succeed if there is no oversight and guidance or the results would be well below the potential.

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July 25, 2013, 09:00:04 PM
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Titan, if you want to PM me we can have a discussion about LKY's future on Multipool, however please understand that my position is that once a coin is public, and on exchanges, anyone should be free to mine it, including those who only want to mine when it is profitable to do so.

Even though I don't like the concept of multipools, I have to admit that is correct. If you go public, you go public. Only reasonnable thing to do is to adjust difficulty algorithms and code so that this practice is no longer profitable.

One thing we did to help Noirbits (which I develop) is to place a max. time before next retarget. Basically, if difficulty gets too high for the actual hashrate, and next retarget takes too long to kick in, it is automatically dropped (for Noirbits, 4 hours max., while retargets are supposed to occur every hour).

The next step we are taking is too force a difficulty increase when blocks go too fast, so that we have symmetrical difficulty adjustements.

Just my two coins, but it might give you some ideas to improve your difficulty retarget rules...

Thanks for pointing this out.
I have already studied your modifications some days ago, they look interesting.

Is your retargeting mechanism susceptible to the following attack scenario, that is currently carried out against TRC?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167493.0

http://cryptocoinexplorer.com:3750/address/111exFkjLXP5mXmEfVqGd2r7bXQhVhux3

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July 26, 2013, 06:38:55 AM
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Thanks for pointing this out.
I have already studied your modifications some days ago, they look interesting.

Is your retargeting mechanism susceptible to the following attack scenario, that is currently carried out against TRC?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167493.0

http://cryptocoinexplorer.com:3750/address/111exFkjLXP5mXmEfVqGd2r7bXQhVhux3

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They should not, they still rely on ArtForz's fix where retarget looks back to the last block in the previous target interval, instead of looking at the first block in the current one.

There's however a flaw in the 4 hour cap (so much for testing...), it will only trigger if a block takes more than four hours to find, instead of triggering when a retarget takes more than 4 hours to occur.

A fix will be pushed soon, I'll let you know when it's available so you can look at it.

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July 28, 2013, 07:36:32 AM
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July 28, 2013, 01:58:22 PM
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I have sent you a block! Feel lucky!
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July 29, 2013, 03:22:06 PM
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Unfortunately the time has come to close the doors on my LKY pool @ http://lky.scryptmining.com

While its one of only 3 pools (and the only non-p2pool) still alive since launch, the pool has seen little hashrate for quite some time, and no miners or blocks for more than 48hrs now.   I wish LKY success, and will gladly re-open my doors in support of the coin should the need arise, but at this point there is little reason to leave an empty pool running.

The website will remain up for at least 7 days for anyone to withdraw coins that needs to, though mining will be shut off as of now.  Any payments triggered from the site get sent out in 15 minute intervals after this point.


Good luck to the coin, and thanks to the miners who supported the pool!

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July 29, 2013, 04:01:11 PM
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Unfortunately the time has come to close the doors on my LKY pool @ http://lky.scryptmining.com

While its one of only 3 pools (and the only non-p2pool) still alive since launch, the pool has seen little hashrate for quite some time, and no miners or blocks for more than 48hrs now.   I wish LKY success, and will gladly re-open my doors in support of the coin should the need arise, but at this point there is little reason to leave an empty pool running.

The website will remain up for at least 7 days for anyone to withdraw coins that needs to, though mining will be shut off as of now.  Any payments triggered from the site get sent out in 15 minute intervals after this point.


Good luck to the coin, and thanks to the miners who supported the pool!



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July 29, 2013, 11:16:59 PM
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Hey please fix that blockchain sync problem.
Nibble Coin fixed it with a new conf file.

otherwise the LKY will be dead very fast.

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July 31, 2013, 12:44:13 AM
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Unfortunately the time has come to close the doors on my LKY pool @ http://lky.scryptmining.com

While its one of only 3 pools (and the only non-p2pool) still alive since launch, the pool has seen little hashrate for quite some time, and no miners or blocks for more than 48hrs now.   I wish LKY success, and will gladly re-open my doors in support of the coin should the need arise, but at this point there is little reason to leave an empty pool running.

The website will remain up for at least 7 days for anyone to withdraw coins that needs to, though mining will be shut off as of now.  Any payments triggered from the site get sent out in 15 minute intervals after this point.


Good luck to the coin, and thanks to the miners who supported the pool!


Thanks for supporting the LKY network over the last months!

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July 31, 2013, 01:23:52 AM
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Hey please fix that blockchain sync problem.
Nibble Coin fixed it with a new conf file.

otherwise the LKY will be dead very fast.

I have already implemented some measures to prevent Litecoin nodes form entering the network.

I'll have a look at the Nibble solution, thanks.

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August 02, 2013, 04:06:37 PM
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I'm guessing this has been said before but the Windows Luckycoin wallet is out of date, it keeps telling you it's out of date and it's been like this for ages. I think you'll get more support if folks have confidence in stuff like this. I for one don't feel like burning my few miners on a given Alt-coin when I can't even be sure if the few coins I make will be viable.

Let us know when the Windows wallet is fixed. Or is it just me! (I have just tried re-downloading it and I get the same thing about it needing updating).
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August 03, 2013, 09:48:19 PM
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I'm guessing this has been said before but the Windows Luckycoin wallet is out of date, it keeps telling you it's out of date and it's been like this for ages. I think you'll get more support if folks have confidence in stuff like this. I for one don't feel like burning my few miners on a given Alt-coin when I can't even be sure if the few coins I make will be viable.

Let us know when the Windows wallet is fixed. Or is it just me! (I have just tried re-downloading it and I get the same thing about it needing updating).


Please download the latest Windows QT client from GitHub.
https://github.com/LuckyCoinFoundation/LuckycoinQT

For more information read the thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236714.0

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August 07, 2013, 03:33:53 PM
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Can't sync my wallet! It just hangs @ 342466 block remaining.. Any help?
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August 11, 2013, 12:05:09 AM
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Can't sync my wallet! It just hangs @ 342466 block remaining.. Any help?

This happens when a Litecoin node connects to the network. Usually after some time the node gets kicked from the network and things are back to normal. I have added some fixes to reduce the exposure to the Litecoin and other networks in the security updates. If the client really gets stuck, you can delete the peers.dat file and restart the client.

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August 19, 2013, 06:49:28 PM
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Is there an explorer anymore?
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August 20, 2013, 01:22:18 AM
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Is there an explorer anymore?

Unfortunately, the LKY block explorer at p2pool.nl is still down.

I've contacted the operator of http://www.cryptocoinexplorer.com to get the Luckycoin added on his site.

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August 20, 2013, 06:02:39 AM
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I've noticed that on P2Pool.org that I'm the only miner and the pool rate is between 18 and 27 percent global speed with just 2 8400GT cards on a Ubuntu 12.04 system doing CUDA script.

For those that feel that LuckyCoins is in death throws, feel free to send yours to LHe9g5ixMyfdtqAEHU5vErG1eQrDshBFRW
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In the meantime, i'm going to try and get more old rigs on that pool and mine the ( words removed ) out of it!!!

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yep, not connected, each card getting between 8 and 27khash due to how short some are before getting and reporting shares. ( averaging 10k per card )

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August 22, 2013, 06:17:56 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236714.msg2987790#msg2987790

ya might want to look in to this one......  Roll Eyes

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August 26, 2013, 01:21:23 AM
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I've noticed that on P2Pool.org that I'm the only miner and the pool rate is between 18 and 27 percent global speed with just 2 8400GT cards on a Ubuntu 12.04 system doing CUDA script.

For those that feel that LuckyCoins is in death throws, feel free to send yours to LHe9g5ixMyfdtqAEHU5vErG1eQrDshBFRW
 Cool

In the meantime, i'm going to try and get more old rigs on that pool and mine the ( words removed ) out of it!!!

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yep, not connected, each card getting between 8 and 27khash due to how short some are before getting and reporting shares. ( averaging 10k per card )

I don't think that these numbers are accurate. The Luckycoin network is around 10MHs during the slow times.

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September 01, 2013, 03:04:43 AM
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Overall, yes, not even close to ' the network activity ' for Lucky coin mining.  Did some digging and P2Pool.org is part ( small fraction ) of the pool 2 pool network and their hash rate is based on what pool to pools it contacts, not the network as a whole.... but still, under 30% of that kind of network means almost no payout until * or if/when * it finaly hits.

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