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May 26, 2013, 12:10:55 PM
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v0.6.5.2





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Current Version is v0.6.5.2


Explanation of Changes

With all the recent problems we have been seeing with up and coming potential currencies , We took action to try to make life for the miner/investor at these early stages as good/ secure and solid as possible.

how we aimed to achieve this was:

- Kept to a predictable and ultra low fee structure.

- Stabilized the Wallet and fixed the code issues.

- All Sync issues are fix that we know of

- Added Checkpoints.

Things we are reviewing for the future :

- Dynamic third party Checkpoints

- Possible move to PoS - if we can avoid the code bloat and the issues.

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Nybble is out of Beta now with wallet 6.5.2

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***Always have a backup your wallet or have the private keys exported just in case of any error and please report any error on this topic ***
Please PM digitalindustry and add to this thread any new info or issues with this client

Fixed:

  • Sync issues all fixed.
  • New logos updated.
  • Cleaned up code.
  • Added more checkpoints up to current blocks.
  • Added some more security features.
  • Main front logo updated.
  • Corrected Send Nibble etc.
  • Ultra low fee structure.
  • added further structural code

Download v0.6.5.2 Nybble wallet


Windows:

https://mega.co.nz/#!o9MhnYpa!BC_Aw2ojKibzFVfbIbWgXS_OSJAGCQvGmfX3ZgaDbNc

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Copy the whole of the above and paste in the Address in Browser.


Mac:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0eptl596hxnjpl0/nibble-qt-0.6.5.2-Mac.zip

Source-code:

https://github.com/digitalindustry/nibble.git


**Other need a Mac tester


Current Pools:

Please PM me or add other current pools to this topic - Thank you.


http://nbl.coinmine.pl/index.php
Port 7000
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1.5% fee
Sign-up, Create Miner, Mine.


http://nbl.pnwminer.com
Port 3334
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1.5% fee
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Config file

rpcuser=  < your user
rpcpassword=  < your pass
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=8551
daemon=1
server=1
gen=0
testnet=0
listen=0
addnode=106.187.94.209
addnode=70.79.24.157
addnode=109.80.94.251
addnode=95.110.156.138
connect=nblnode.digitalindustry.info




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-   original Dev hyoshi - Thank you for creating the first honest Currency of the GPU era friend !

-   Design concept digitalindustry https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=85019    digitalindustrynibble@gmail.com<



Specs
-   Crypto  algorithmic  sCrypt  - Salsa type
-   Launch date time approx - May 18th 2013 @ 11PM -  UTC
-   Total units will be 21,000,004 total.
-   2 1/2 minute blocks.
-   Ascending reward system that proved effective and prevented insta-mining, pre-mining, unfair rewards for early adopters.
-   no large block bonus rewards, no questionable blocks or confirmation schemes.
-   nibble's 1st 12,096 blocks produced only 127,054 NBL up until around difficulty 1.
-   639,555 total blocks.
-   2016 Block Difficulty Retarget.

in comparison
Litecoin-  1st 12,096 blocks produced 604,800 LTCto be fair GPU mining was not at that stage common to the general public
Feathercoin's 1st 12,096 blocks produced 2,419,200 FTC





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cool i guess, looks an awful lot like the twitter logo
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Twitter.
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It looks like someone has just taken the Twitter logo and tweaked it a little bit.
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May 26, 2013, 12:22:07 PM
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like any other Cryptocurrency it is what it is !    : D

what's Twitter?

it's probably more valuable than Twitter in the future.

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It only looks like twitter cuz it is a bird and it is blue.  If you had run with red from the start I don't think so many people would be posting retarded "twitter" comments.
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It only looks like twitter cuz it is a bird and it is blue.  If you had run with red from the start I don't think so many people would be posting retarded "twitter" comments.

yeah agreed ! , i really like the red , we are in very early stages here , but for the moment i think we should keep it blue, although I’m open to feedback.

These seniors have to attack any new Crypto that could be promising, its just what they have to do, its like the wolf and the sheep on that cartoon , they clock on and off at the end of the day , i bet they are mining and buying but . 

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looks good DI. a worlds first!
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Definitely not a hater, been mining nibbles since they were released...But...the logo is just the twitter bird flipped.  Just curious why does the  logo have to be a bird, and why so similar to twitter?


hey no problem , hope you see good times ahead !

logo does not have to be a bird, it could have theoretically been anything in the world.

I don't think it is like Twitter, but I don't think that others thinking that is a negative thing either.


but to answer what i believe,  i think you are getting at :

Cryptocurrency can only be successful if it is not an "underground" inequitable idea.

Bitcoin got some press, any MSM press is of a very suspicious nature, (if you are as intelligent as i am ; )   )

That aside - Cryptocurrency needs to be of benefit to the most people possible to be successful , it remains to be seen if Bitcoin is any of those things.

the rest becomes a little more complex:

you may say :

" but fiat is the most inequitable and it is a success!"

yes but fiat was the original "original design" , also it is sanctioned by the Nation state.

lets minus those two things from the equation - and look at Bitcoin.

now we have something that has a credibility problem which was partly caused by it's own success.


why a bird ?
becasue the market is not this forum. the market is the person you just brought your coke off.


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The client downloads a block chain that is at least 7 days old. Premine?

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The client downloads a block chain that is at least 7 days old. Premine?

ha ha no friend , this is the [ANN] of the new logo and new client , the original was :

 -   Launch date time approx - May 18th 2013 @ 11PM -  UTC

its in the topic under specs - no pre -mine no "Instamine" becasue of a low reward output up until diff 1 , this is the real deal.

the Dev dosn't hold a bunch , and neither do I , i will be buying soon but. 

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Nibble is not a scam, like gold coin.  Gold coin dev stated in a thread he premined 2 million, and these people are still supporting it.  Now there's a scammer who added an s to the dev's name, and is giving people viruses. 

Support Nibble people!

Difficulty is still only around 4!

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I like the logo, very cute. Waiting it to be on shelf.
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Why steal Twitter's logo?  Totally stupid  Embarrassed
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Why steal Twitter's logo?  Totally stupid  Embarrassed

Is a bird-logo connected to twitter for all times?

As far as I know, birds do exist longer than twitter does...
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thanks for the support guys ignr fenican - i'm pretty sure he's been trolling this since start ha ha  Cheesy

he probably has heaps already !

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Let's say we started mining NBL where can we exchange with BTC?

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Let's say we started mining NBL where can we exchange with BTC?

We have purposely kept it off any exchange for the moment - I will update the Topic with the exchange link  that Don is running .

You can offer it on here, or any other forum , there are many trusted sellers..

Question is but :

Unless you have a large amount of hash power why would you sell it straight up now?
It makes little sense ha ha  ?

I’m not a master Chess player but...  it just wouldn’t make sense to sell a bunch now , but if you are I’ll be a buyer !
You see, there is a general misunderstanding that on to an exchange means success....??

all an exchange is , is a market for buyers and sellers...

Well sure its a success for the Dev if he premined say 2 million , yeah so he can dump them at whatever he can get for them?

but that's not what we are doing here , that's not the type of operation we are running !  : D



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This is great stuff thanks for putting this together!
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TwitterCoin?
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TwitterCoin?

Whats that coin your promoing http://www.opel.com/ Opel Coin?  It has a lightening bolt LOL
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I wonder if we should use the red for the default logo - The red is bad ass.
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TwitterCoin?

What an incredibly witty and original post!

By the way, what is that logo you are sporting as an avatar?

JoltColaCoin?
TampaBayLightningCoin?
GatoradeCoin?
IJustPulledTheFirstBoltImageIFoundOnGoogleAndMadeItMyLogoCoin?

https://www.google.com.tw/search?q=lightning+bolt+logo&client=firefox-a&hs=gP9&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=k8aiUfaIBMjgkAXci4CgDw&ved=0CCoQsAQ&biw=1920&bih=924


Seriously who cares about the logo.
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TwitterCoin?

Whats that coin your promoing http://www.opel.com/ Opel Coin?  It has a lightening bolt LOL

LOL you beat me by a few seconds...
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TwitterCoin?

Whats that coin your promoing http://www.opel.com/ Opel Coin?  It has a lightening bolt LOL

LOL you beat me by a few seconds...

I was thinking it too haha
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Good luck for your coin!!!
It sems very fair distributed.
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I wonder if we should use the red for the default logo - The red is bad ass.

I like the red too.
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I would consider changing the coluor but to tell you the truth the fake "Twitter" calls are not a real problem, even if this gets known as "Twittercoin" that's not a negative really

all these people are doing is associating twitter to our legitimate design , new people or people that wouldn't know any better might think there is some connetion, i.e free press.

so really guys don't let that annoy you its actually a compliment .

If we had an App with our logo and/ or we promoted it outside here , i think that would be effective.

having said that we are still on the forum here , so Red could be pulled off , but i do like the blue still , lets see how strongly the other users feel about it.

ha ha if i now see a bunch of unknown new users saying to change it , that would mean the senior spammers hate the blue = we keep it.  : D  




edit*** i hope you guys realize that most of the accounts on here are fake, the idea is make fake accounts and promo your "coin"..

further too that the Bitcoin group were/are making a lot of the "spam coin" their idea was to dilute the base of sCrypt , and help their own cause, if any sCrypt currency design goes to $20 $30 = sCrypt breakout = ASIC death. = lot of lost money.

i'm sure this keeps any ASIC owner or indeed ASIC company up at night.

only problem is i can see the future and read your mind, i was given those super powers by the Russians, so  : D  < joke

regardless we are here for the new people, and we will move to a forum of our own if we have to, but my better advice is to an ASIC owner, cut your loss or break even you have ONE currency you live or die on, that's not really a market , and the currency is very centralized, you are more like a gold owning sovereign hoping for the collapse of the USD. = disadvantage .

or more accurate you are like an Army running around trying to attack nations that are not selling and trading in your currency in say oh, you  know oil for example. , except you have no military advantage and you are communist like inefficent.

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this also means sCrypt was a success, the first thing that was tried was an sCrypt ASIC and it

= Cost up front prohibitive
= Cost in power lots more.

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Agree that if people think "Twittercoin" that's not a negative really, if anything that's a bonus. A familarish icon on a crypto coin might be a great marketing ploy!

Imo the blue looks very clean and inviting, the familiar bird makes it look trustworthy and user friendly too.
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Oh I have no problem with the blue either...both look good.  Nor am I overly concerned with the twitter comments.
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I've always considered the bitcoin community to be pretty hypocritical when denouncing alt coins as "scamcoins"...many criteria they use for this label also apply to Bitcoin:

  • Mysterious, anonymous developer who disappears off the face of the earth soon after launch?  Check!
  • Huge premine?  Check!
  • Massive advantage to early adopters?  Check!

That's off the top of my head.  Ok I know it is not quite the same situation now and of course Bitcoin was the first and the original pioneer...but the similarities do exist.
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I've always considered the bitcoin community to be pretty hypocritical when denouncing alt coins as "scamcoins"...many criteria they use for this label also apply to Bitcoin:

  • Mysterious, anonymous developer who disappears off the face of the earth soon after launch?  Check!
  • Huge premine?  Check!
  • Massive advantage to early adopters?  Check!

That's off the top of my head.  Ok I know it is not quite the same situation now and of course Bitcoin was the first and the original pioneer...but the similarities do exist.

+1

then add dodgey deals and huge centralization. what's that = ?

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Thanks for the bump  Cool

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Are there plans for any exchanges to accept nibble?

yes there is , need to be patient . we don't want to put it on just any exchnage .

we would rather have it on less , but larger , having said that any exchange can list whatever they would like.

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lol.. that's pretty ridiculous. at least they added a tail
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Wow, a poorly put together graphic slapped on as the background.

Nibble is truly an innovative cryptocurrency!

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Hey all.
New p2pool.
Runing 10+ hours. Found 3 blocks mining with my rig... 550Khs... this node is lucky:D

so if you want to help me test this pool, head to

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I would seriously considering revamping that logo. Maybe a blue coin with a bird's head on the face. Flow with the river and ride the currents. You may face an insurmountable upstream current if you decide to stick with the twitter'ish logo.

Good luck and god bless! Smiley

thanks for the encouragement ! - i guess we will find out ! ?

i like swimming upstream !

maybe the nibble bird is flying against the wind ! ?

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"Offical website: http://getnibble.orgm"

true story

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gold,.. thanks for pointing that out !

hmmm maybe we should reg .orgm or fix the link, I need advice !

the site isn't the biggest focus right now i guess you noticed.

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Why the forum flag all your links PHISHING?

FUCK THE SYSTEM!
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see how your tag says that - well this is the system and the system doesn't much like nibble .

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because we are not a fake spam coin made by the BTC devs - their plan (according to my mind reading abilities)

was to spam out bunches of "coin" to hurt LTC and any "up and coming" threat of a currency

once we got one listing - and BTC-e knows its not spam , then we fall into "Threat" category because we are not Porncoin or SExcoin..


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because we are not a fake spam coin made by the BTC devs - their plan (according to my mind reading abilities)

was to spam out bunches of "coin" to hurt LTC and any "up and coming" threat of a currency

once we got one listing - and BTC-e knows its not spam , then we fall into "Threat" category because we are not Porncoin or SExcoin..


"What sells?... , hey SEX sells ! , we need to keep this going lets make Sex coins"


How on the fucking planet and  universe... are peeps really buy your crap?
Every day lameass posts, about nibble the great... lmao couldnt resist..

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How on the fucking planet and  universe... are peeps really buy your crap?
Every day lameass posts, about nibble the great... lmao couldnt resist..

i'm ahh...noticing the pre-mined spam coin in your sig there ,um... ah..... how many was that 2 million ?

{que retard voice}- "ďts only for the casino but !" - says honest Casino owner !

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How on the fucking planet and  universe... are peeps really buy your crap?
Every day lameass posts, about nibble the great... lmao couldnt resist..

i'm ahh...noticing the pre-mined spam coin in your sig there ,um... ah..... how many was that 2 million ?

{que retard voice}- "ďts only for the casino but !" - says honest Casino owner !

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glass houses

"..are hard to clean?"

wait wait

"...have great lighting?"

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Hi do you have a wallet .qt download for windows I followed your link to google docs, impressive i must say, but at the same time it is a waste as when I had a quick scan through the 100 or so file I hit the little red cross at the top of the page as I do not have the time or the inclination to wade through all that crap just to setup a wallet. mmmmm wonder if I am alone in that Huh?
So please PM me if I have been blind and not seen the link as I am mining them now at a pool.
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Hi do you have a wallet .qt download for windows I followed your link to google docs, impressive i must say, but at the same time it is a waste as when I had a quick scan through the 100 or so file I hit the little red cross at the top of the page as I do not have the time or the inclination to wade through all that crap just to setup a wallet. mmmmm wonder if I am alone in that Huh?
So please PM me if I have been blind and not seen the link as I am mining them now at a pool.
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fixed and fixed !

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Can anyone with a relevant new pool info - pm me or post it in this topic , the idea of me having one is i'm on here more - and thus can keep this one updated for Hyoshi .

in fact all and any updates can you post here so we can keep this topic the main nibble topic - if hyoshi doesn't mind that is.

if he pm's me i will update anything he wants.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2055869/German-cafe-Apfelkind-logo-dispute-Apple.html

You can see the differences in the link, somewhat different but got massively sued by apple. You have to watch out. Twitter is about a 11 Billion dollar market cap company quite big. I would be very wary about the use of a logo similar to twitter. You could lose your house, and everything you own if you did get in a lawsuit.

I do recommend some changes, perhaps a red bird? Or a bird on a coin, though on the news the color was different made no difference.

Though reading on closer inspection the person did eventually win the battle, though
do you really want to create a mess of lawsuits, and lawyers, and deal with judges?
And maybe pull through?

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i mean its a pretty scary prospect to be sued by a billion dollar industry such as twitter and stuff.

i mean we wouldn't want that right.

i might throw this to a vote?

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The way it works is if a company believes they have a copyright they will contact you and ask you to remove/change it first. They dont just outright file a lawsuit.  Roll Eyes


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you think they will email me oldminer?

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Absolutely. Litigation can be expensive, and even companies as large as Apple or Twitter like to avoid it at all costs. Not only would they use any means at their disposal to contact you, they would warn you (and probably more than once) before any action is taken.

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you think they will email me oldminer?

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Absolutely. Litigation can be expensive, and even companies as large as Apple or Twitter like to avoid it at all costs. Not only would they use any means at their disposal to contact you, they would warn you (and probably more than once) before any action is taken.

you know i get a lot of mail , what if i miss the letter?

something like that could get out of hand , becasue then they would think i'm just ignoring them, should i contact them first you think?, prempting a letter that they might send, both Apple and Twitter just in case?

maybe i could Sue them first ? or is that stupid?

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Excuse the ignorance is this on an exchange ?
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Excuse the ignorance is this on an exchange ?

dam stupid me , yes it is - i'll just update that - it will be on more - and its now on Cryptsy.com

https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/32

that is the nibble cross.

i'll update the OP.

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you think they will email me oldminer?

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Absolutely. Litigation can be expensive, and even companies as large as Apple or Twitter like to avoid it at all costs. Not only would they use any means at their disposal to contact you, they would warn you (and probably more than once) before any action is taken.


you know i get a lot of mail , what if i miss the letter?

something like that could get out of hand , becasue then they would think i'm just ignoring them, should i contact them first you think?, prempting a letter that they might send, both Apple and Twitter just in case?

maybe i could Sue them first ? or is that stupid?


Again, they will make sure you are located & contacted by whatever means they have at their disposal before litigation. I mean, how are they going to summons you if they dont know who you are? And how would they look in front of any magistrate (after somehow dragging you into court), without having first advised you that you are in breach of copyright? They would be laughed out of court. I'm no lawyer but if your really that concerned I'm sure there's some numbers you can ring to obtain free legal advice over the phone.

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Diff updated !

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you think they will email me oldminer?

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They will send a letter and you will eventually have to change the logo. This will only happen if Nibble succeeds. So if you want to have a brighter future change it now. Changing it later will be more damaging to nibble.

what if i see the future and it tells me :

1. its hard to sue a Cryptocurrency

2. Who the fuck am i?

3. I don't care.

Ever tried to sue the Palestinians MicroGuy? You know some people you just can't sue , that's my point mate. 

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 hey i didn't mean to be grating .

No problem thanks for the feedback , it will be a popular currency - but in a certain sector , to answer you no i don't want to have a strictly "retail" environment for it.

But it will be worth more than Bitcoin in the future v USD  {i do see the future} .

So it depends how you measure success?

i'd say buy some. mining at 1.7 diff is also stupid easy.

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I'm on Cryptsy and will be watching it along with a few others. Good luck man with your coin and I wish you all the best.

Hey thanks ! : )

Also with your service - does it work the other way , does your service provide an easy way to get from Paypal to BTC?

I will go and check it out , just a bit busy now , i heard as Paypal absolutely despises anything Crypto there is problem with charge backs, going in that direction?
PP > BTC

if so id definitly like to use it .

its good how good will generate business.

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cool sounds great !  : D

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with the recent release of all these "kopi" coins its important to keep focus , persoanlkally i'm sticking with nibble , its not the newest thing on the block , but its cute and faimily freindly.

although i've go to say the innovation of KOPIMIKOIN attracts me , i'm sticking with nibble !

but i might buy some KOPIMI !

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Added Basslike pool ! - please pm me or update me with new pool info - or any relevant info actually.

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Is there any feedback about any other  exchnage for nibble?

Does anyone have any info on this?
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hey there - not at the moment - but then again i wasn't really involved in the Cryptsy listing - perhaps more soonish.

but it's not up to me in the end , hope that helps !

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where can watch Next difficulty NBL?

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where can watch Next difficulty NBL?

next diff change is roughly at block 22176  - we are at 21938 or so  , so in about 200 blocks.

i'll pm you with this also -



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Hi

Just to inform you I have added Nibble to my escrow services and I can now perform trades between users. Whether you are buying items, digital services or wish to swap to other cryptocurrencies you can now.

I charge a rate of 3% for standard transactions but this can be lowered for exceptionally high amounts or volume discounts.

Please visit www.KoolioEscrow.com to carry a trade out!

Please note if you wish me to add a manual orderbook if your coin has no exchange presence this can be done, but rates would be 5% or a sizeable donation from devs in return for a lower % fee for all trades.

Please PM or contact me through my site as I may miss replies on forum threads....

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feedback welcome on this Topic - obviously if you have supported nibble from the start or held it we will consider your opinion more seriously.

explanation :

not intending to dump the blue bird all together just wanted to simply an official nibble logo .

And no fear from Twitter that was never going to happen, this way the white nibble shrinks much better.

White represents freedom , blue trust - average investors will warm to that much more - as we have to decide those things here before we market nibble outside - 

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Thanks I downloaded the wallet will have to see how the coin goes before I buy any

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Thanks I downloaded the wallet will have to see how the coin goes before I buy any

ok mate great to see - , we will be promoting later , i will do most updates here and on other forums -

we are a buy and hold currency - that's how we will be promoting to outside investors -

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Uh oh...number one on coinchoose right now...

There goes the neighborhood...
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NEW NBL Mining Pool with on DDoS protected: http://nbl.pro-tech.bz.it

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so did diff just re-target or was that 100+ M# fud and that was a quasi attack ?

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Yeah i know sucks hey - don't stress - nibble staying around  - if you have an amount , don't stress about it we will fix it , there is not a huge rush for these things at the moment .

also i'd like to scrap this Topic as i don't moderate it so can you post in the other one -

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216637.0

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Please add new node to the list 109.95.200.147 Smiley

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explanation : not intending to dump the blue bird all together just wanted to simply an official nibble logo , and no fear from Twitter that was never going to happen, this way the white nibble shrinks much better.
White represents freedom , blue trust - average investors will warm to that much more - as we have to decide those things here before we market nibble outside -

Simple, plain white and blue, does ring the bell Wink
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explanation : not intending to dump the blue bird all together just wanted to simply an official nibble logo , and no fear from Twitter that was never going to happen, this way the white nibble shrinks much better.
White represents freedom , blue trust - average investors will warm to that much more - as we have to decide those things here before we market nibble outside -

Simple, plain white and blue, does ring the bell Wink


ha ha you can have that one , if you want to believe it , but actually i wanted to simplify to make it shrink for coinchoose and smaller logos on the wallet that led me to the white - i've always known the blue is trust , that's my background - white is obvious, also you will see my comments before about how i knew the logo was too complex-  i could choose to make the bird black - but then i lost the eye and the chest - so white was the obvious answer , another colour does not contrast well at 16x16.

all credit to eMuni i love it , but its logo is not as pretty as nibble ha ha , but it dosn't have to be,  to do what it needs to do . in fact i suppose it needs to be more "Transactional" -

you need to catch up to me Nick i have :

- nibble
- Novacoin
- Cap currency

and i can make the Peercoin logo

i can claim you copied the blue?

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http://nbc.cryptcoins.net/ pool is down

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shizen housen !

buy  mine and hold - !


new client coming !

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explanation : not intending to dump the blue bird all together just wanted to simply an official nibble logo , and no fear from Twitter that was never going to happen, this way the white nibble shrinks much better.
White represents freedom , blue trust - average investors will warm to that much more - as we have to decide those things here before we market nibble outside -

Simple, plain white and blue, does ring the bell Wink


ha ha you can have that one , if you want to believe it , but actually i wanted to simplify to make it shrink for coinchoose and smaller logos on the wallet that led me to the white - i've always known the blue is trust , that's my background - white is obvious, also you will see my comments before about how i knew the logo was too complex-  i could choose to make the bird black - but then i lost the eye and the chest - so white was the obvious answer , another colour does not contrast well at 16x16.

all credit to eMuni i love it , but its logo is not as pretty as nibble ha ha , but it dosn't have to be,  to do what it needs to do . in fact i suppose it needs to be more "Transactional" -

you need to catch up to me Nick i have :

- nibble
- Novacoin
- Cap currency

and i can make the Peercoin logo

i can claim you copied the blue?

; )  jokes.

haha, no worries, you can win the quantity race, I strike for something else Wink (though I do have high chance of winning PPcoin contest on 99design, if I want to, that would make us even at 3 logos each Smiley)
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time will only tell .

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Final Logo in OP -

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http://nbl.pnwminer.com is now active again Smiley

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Seems to be that we haven't solved a block for some time at 52 to go - I've been notified from the start of this occurrence , and known about it for some time now , i was waiting to see what happened - it drooped from 53 to 52 ..

will investigate -

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July 28, 2013, 12:47:17 AM
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I have been actively mining on http://nbl.pnwminer.com and I have mined 3 blocks since block #26156, so not experiencing the issue of no blocks being mined. Is anyone else still having the issue?
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July 28, 2013, 06:45:48 AM
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No mate things seem to be up to date we will keep monitoring -

Topic is up to date now - new pools up to date .

Nibble is out of Beta !

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July 28, 2013, 07:05:35 AM
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Blocks are being solved - the intention perhaps of the miners is to push us back to higher diff , this is an aspect of the free market - i support this .

the holders of the units have to hold or sell after this point.

we will monitor and work against any potential attacks in this period - if we believe this has occurred we will take all action necessary.

at current rate 0 days 04 hours 41 minutes to re-target

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July 28, 2013, 08:40:23 AM
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Network Hashrate: 329.248 MH/s   
   
Pool Hashrate: 17.962 MH/s
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July 28, 2013, 09:13:15 AM
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that's not what I've got - Ive got pool matching network now , how are you seeing it ?

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July 28, 2013, 09:32:51 AM
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On http://nbl.pnwminer.com but now is Network Hashrate: 126.661 MH/s   
   
Pool Hashrate: 32.206 MH/s 
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July 28, 2013, 09:34:21 AM
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on pnwminers i have high stales and stratum disconnections. i do solo now.
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July 28, 2013, 11:13:40 AM
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ok mate hope you got some .

cheers .

how do you find the new client ?

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The only thing I noticed about this picture is that your mining primecoin!!

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lol
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The only thing I noticed about this picture is that your mining primecoin!!

Nothing in politics happens for no reason .

but you can put a cross though "Bottelcaps" soon as I sent 1100 odd to Cryptsy and they went to never never land.

I don't want to be rude , but it all just looks like bad management, not Verns fault but this is why we didn't rush to move to PoS.

plus how could i not mine a symbol so close to digitalindusty. 

how are we all finding the new client ?

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July 28, 2013, 03:11:13 PM
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July 28, 2013, 03:45:53 PM
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Just downloaded and am mining solo... gonna go for at least a few days and hopefully snag a block with my 750KH/s "rig"

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July 28, 2013, 05:02:07 PM
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No worries - great to see new miners !

keep me up to date if there are any client issues !

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updated config file on topic -

if syncs occur please notify - will be adding to these nodes .

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resolved - tentatively

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We have a resolution and a v0.6.5.2 released more checkpoints and fixes, source and binaries updated - 

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We have a resolution and a v0.6.5.2 released more checkpoints and fixes, source and binaries updated - 

Great to see ! !
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August 01, 2013, 08:10:33 PM
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This is going to sound odd... but check that your variables are matched correctly...

28337 is what it seems stuck at...

See that all ints, units, longs, floats, doubles, etc... actually give what you expect in ranges.

Same with shift commands and masks... It is obviously related to processing of a "valid block"... Unless it is screwing-up the NONCE or the wrong value for the initial genesis-seed/block is being used. (Thus, rejecting all our work, because it is all invalid.)

I would bet that it is something silly, like cramming an int into a uint, and reading it back out as an int. (That alters the value when it shifts the byte for the negative-switch, to the last bit. Safe for small numbers but once you reach half-int, it changes.)

Though, it seems to be letting me mine. Will be sad if these blocks just disappear too... like my last days work mining.

As I typed, I found block 28338... now it says I am synched... I fixed it! lol... or just gonna eat my coins again!
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August 01, 2013, 08:17:07 PM
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lol... spoke too soon... I think...

Says I found a block, but nothing in my wallet... seems orphaned.

If I am on the right chain, and the other is the wrong one, then it should show later, once this one grows-up past the incorrect one. I assume that the other one my wallet sees is invalid, or it would have me mining on it. It must see it, or it would have added the found block to my wallet.

so... does that mean the other block is invalid... or it just isn't selecting the correct taller chain? (Could that be the bug? That it is selecting the second largest chain, or that the other guys are just not "talking", sending the taller chain, but still reporting the height?)
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August 01, 2013, 10:06:23 PM
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would like to thank Maxpower for the Mac client thank you very much Max

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0eptl596hxnjpl0/nibble-qt-0.6.5.2-Mac.zip

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can you confirm if it was orphan or not?

as far as we looked the chain is not forked , but i don't discount this possibility i will start to test now.

can i ask where you mined or did you solo mine ?

is it possible for you to register here?:

http://nbl.pnwminer.com

If you mine a block here as a test - I will give you a block so that we may help resolve this .

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My wallet count went up by one block, the chain went up by one block... the cgminer reported it as "approved"... (Nothing indicates "orphaned" blocks in the wallet. I would have to dig through the wallet to actually "see" the block info.)

The block I found was the one listed above, 28338. Even the coin-choose website indicated that was the new block-height, after I found it. (The one that I stated was just found, as I was typing.)

It could have just been a one-time orphan. I switched to another coin after that.

Testing again tonight...

If it orphans again, then there is a fork, and I am just on the wrong side of it. (Not sure how that works, if the wallet is the mining access, and the network it is talking to has identified it as an orphan, it should be moving me to the correct chain.)

The only thing weird I noticed, is that the wallet still said, "not synched", while I was mining that block. The block-height was the one listed on all the coin pages, to I took a risk and mined. Once it found that block, the orphan, my wallet finally said it was synced...

I will try registering on a pool later. It does not show you approved or rejected blocks, only approved or rejected shares. If that pool is on the right chain, then it would show with the other miners, since they are all mining to the same wallet for the same chain. (The pools wallet).

brb, trying to mine it again.

P.S. I am not worried about loosing one block, after the 60+ blocks (3000+ coins), I lost from the days of mining it after the 27th to the 29th... all those disappeared from my wallet.
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August 02, 2013, 02:28:59 AM
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would like to thank Maxpower for the Mac client thank you very much Max

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0eptl596hxnjpl0/nibble-qt-0.6.5.2-Mac.zip

go mad and post your NBL address here !

Hey, thanks! My Nibble addr is NQLHoxpzrrsPhoYsDiBNVcDA3L1J4GBG6K -- any problems with the Mac wallet, post here or PM me and I'll see what I can do.

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August 08, 2013, 11:53:10 AM
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I still can't connect to anything that runs...

Latest block is 28353, 4 days ago, as the wallet reports it. Never gets past that point.

Starts downloading saying the block-height is 28224... Goes up to 28353 then dies...

No IPs in the list ever go past that block... Yet, someone is mining.

NOTE: This is the windows build (v0.6.5.2-g397646f-nibble)

Might be why the coin is taking a nose-dive in value. Still waiting for a fix. Not sure how anyone can be trading if the coins can't be sent to anyone...
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August 08, 2013, 12:06:46 PM
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I still can't connect to anything that runs...

Latest block is 28353, 4 days ago, as the wallet reports it. Never gets past that point.

Starts downloading saying the block-height is 28224... Goes up to 28353 then dies...

No IPs in the list ever go past that block... Yet, someone is mining.

NOTE: This is the windows build (v0.6.5.2-g397646f-nibble)

Might be why the coin is taking a nose-dive in value. Still waiting for a fix. Not sure how anyone can be trading if the coins can't be sent to anyone...

I'll test it but as far as Ive seen its functioning all be it slowly after the diff hike - i'll check it out .

everything i have says 28353 - so i'll investigate - the market drop is a part of the market mechanism why would people want to buy high into selling multipools ? , i don't see this as an overall negative in fact on/close to next diff change I will try to inform the market as to pull any large buy orders , in the effect to make these guys sell lower .

but that's up to the market again .

the miners are serving a purpose and the buyers want to buy cheap , why not?

for DGC, i'd advise number 1 on the list of things to do would be a Dynamic hardened check point system , for Nibble we of course would roll back or stop the BC but for DGC it would do a lot of damage , if i were the DGC Dev that's what i'd be spending my funds on , or not of course.... its an interesting political environment. 

If i were DGC I'd Checkpoint every 1000 blocks - without a worry in the world.

why they have not done this or even updated the broken client , I'm not sure ?  perhaps they are giving up on it ? but I'll make these suggestions to them.




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August 08, 2013, 01:58:59 PM
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everything i have says 28353 - so i'll investigate -

Exactly, it has been block 28353 for days...

I still can't connect to anything that runs...

Latest block is 28353, 4 days ago, as the wallet reports it. Never gets past that point.

Goes up to 28353 then dies...

My comment about buying wasn't about "why are they buying it"... as in... "why spend money on it"...

My comment was about... "why would they buy a coin that can not be sent"... since it is "stuck" on that block, there is no possibility of "getting any transactions"... since a transaction requires a block to be solved, to transmit the coin.
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indeed - i hear your concerns .

looking into it.

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My Nibble client randomly decides it is going to sync to the Litecoin blockchain. Any idea on how i can stop this from happening?

Edit: Here is a screenie of what I am talking about...

https://i.imgur.com/MYWlkh1.jpg
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My Nibble client randomly decides it is going to sync to the Litecoin blockchain. Any idea on how i can stop this from happening?

You have a bad node on your list...

Use this config info...

(You may have to delete the block info and peer info files. Everything except the wallet.dat and your config file.)

splash=0
server=1
gen=0
testnet=0
daemon=1
maxconnections=10
listen=1

addnode=106.187.94.209
addnode=70.79.24.157
addnode=109.80.94.251
addnode=95.110.156.138

addnode=99.132.231.140
addnode=72.11.149.185
addnode=207.12.89.2
addnode=46.39.246.24
addnode=54.244.198.104
addnode=72.78.100.3
addnode=71.59.225.19

Just be aware that there only seems to be 4 connections alive, including my own connection, at the moment. The top four are all I can connect to. The rest fail to connect.
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Also note, I am the one who found the last two blocks... though I found 2, I got only 1... Both were accepted, there is no-one else to be orphaning... something ate one of my blocks. It even updated the network with my block, but it never made it into my wallet. Only the block after the first block I found. (Unless it doesn't give us credit for the block just found, until the next block is found. Which makes sense, sort-of...)

Nice to know I am not the only one mining now. I don't mind earning all the coins for myself... but I am effectively 99% of the network at the moment, by the stats. lol... screw 51% attack, I'm gonna 99% attack! JK

BTW, do you have the new client? I have not seen that since the old client.
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Also note, I am the one who found the last two blocks... though I found 2, I got only 1... Both were accepted, there is no-one else to be orphaning... something ate one of my blocks. It even updated the network with my block, but it never made it into my wallet. Only the block after the first block I found. (Unless it doesn't give us credit for the block just found, until the next block is found. Which makes sense, sort-of...)

Nice to know I am not the only one mining now. I don't mind earning all the coins for myself... but I am effectively 99% of the network at the moment, by the stats. lol... screw 51% attack, I'm gonna 99% attack! JK

BTW, do you have the new client? I have not seen that since the old client.

I am running the latest greatest from the OP in this thread. I have been having the Litecoin sync issue on every version of the client since it came out.

I mined 28361 and 28363, the latter of which must have orphaned the one you are missing Wink sorry bout that!

As for the bad node, I am trying to check my peers when the client tries to sync up with LTC, and I noticed that 1 peer had a starting height of ~64k and a weird port number.
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August 10, 2013, 03:48:32 AM
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My Nibble client randomly decides it is going to sync to the Litecoin blockchain. Any idea on how i can stop this from happening?

Edit: Here is a screenie of what I am talking about...



yes I've look at this this is due to the IRC Node fallback - we may even take this out of the code , but its not a Client error

if you put the Connect node in your list also.

let me double check but have you guys got this in there

connect=nblnode.digitalindustry.info

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This is what I have in my .conf at the moment:

addnode=106.187.94.209
addnode=70.79.24.157
addnode=109.80.94.251
addnode=95.110.156.138
connect=nblnode.digitalindustry.info

This gives me 5 working nodes Smiley
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great to see - i don't want to blow our own horn here but we have had a solid node built in since 6.5

We have one of the most switched on Devs working with us , Caps has only just decided to build in nodes in 4.1 i believe.

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I like Caps a lot they have done interesting things with he re-target , but i'm not convinced that all the Forking isn't due to that in some way either, but they have taken the rough road and hopefully it will pay off , i respect that in the same way we refuse to bend to the "latest" and change our parameters either.

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This is what I have in my .conf at the moment:

addnode=106.187.94.209
addnode=70.79.24.157
addnode=109.80.94.251
addnode=95.110.156.138
connect=nblnode.digitalindustry.info

This gives me 5 working nodes Smiley

he mate thanks for that info glad you got it working i may update that in the OP cheers.

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anyone else with good nodes don't hesitate to send though cheers .

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updated some logos for our core of Nibble investors on the forum here.

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updated some logos for our core of Nibble investors on the forum here.

Great I really like the way nibble is progressing .
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Cheers looking to institute a few more minor changes soon , in our evolution and for our investors .

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Im a nibble fan too :-)

Good to see that you take care of it!
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Im a nibble fan too :-)

Good to see that you take care of it!

thanks mate i know you have been a miner and investor from the start , hopefully we can all evolve this , the first equitable cryptocurrency of the GPU era into what it's legacy should be.

and that is that ; when most benefit the market benefits .

we will keep working to that end.

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I can't download it
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Download v0.6.5.2 Nibble wallet
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https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B49exKIsGBn5SFlWV1owa3k4ejg/edit
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Well that would certainly be an issue , let me check it out ....

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Well that would certainly be an issue , let me check it out ....

This may be a bit late, but scrypt-salsa is different from Jane and regular scrypt in what ways?
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Oh yes I seem to have been able to discover the problem , the file seems to be missing...

How unfortunate for it , what I will try to do is ring around , make a few calls , and see if I can't  locate it ...

I will zip down and put up couple of posters and see if I get any calls about this missing file .

In the meantime I will try to locate a complete and perfect copy and put it in its place but perhaps at a different download location hopefully that will suffice ..

If anyone sees this file wandering aimlessly or looking lost/ begging for Nybble on the street  please contact me.

Don't aapproach this wild file.

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Well that would certainly be an issue , let me check it out ....

This may be a bit late, but scrypt-salsa is different from Jane and regular scrypt in what ways?

I wouldn't be the top or highest authority on that matter , but.

Salsa is the hash derived from Colin Percival , it made up sCrypt the most popular now hash type , started with some previous currency but breaking popularity with LTC.

SCrypt- Jane was touted as a " cpu only " type of hash , but that is spurious at best and proved incorrect .

As to the details I haven't found the need to look into them , as they did not derive any special benefit as I could see.

But you could look at sCrypt-Jane politically as an attempt to do what LTC did but with a pre mine aspect as the coders  probably had a GPU miner before the " public"  as was recently suggest that LTC had done so .

Without any further evidence to the contrary , that's what I would assume if I was you, but as it turns out I'm not.

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What i will do now,  is carefully go over the source and get it recompiled , i will not use a compiled version i have as if a PC has been compromised that file would also be .

that would be nasty business indeed ...

I will bang a fresh new client up from the source, and hopefully all will be well and good.

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Nibble Nybble ?

donations -> btc: 1M6yf45NskQxWXknkMTzQ8o6wShQcSY4EC
                   ltc: LeTpCd6cQL26Q1vjc9kJrTjjFMrPhrpv6j
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Nibble Nybble ?

oh that business - yes , well i put up a notice for people to contact me , re the name , can i ask how do you feel about it? , personally i very much like Nybble .

also are you are stakeholder of Nybble ?

you can email me here digitalindustrynibble@gmail.com < suspect i will have to change that if i decide on Nybble. ?

there was some question as to one B or two B's .

most people wanted Two.

i won't make changes solid until maybe a new client and such.

need to get this missing file fixed up and secured , make sure there is no funny business.

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So, how's nybble/nibble coming along? Been very quiet.
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Still working friend - yes been a bit quiet , still assessing all options , that is to say the best options to improve the design . will have news in the future .

price is very low now - we don't want to rely in uselessly pounding a forum - that's not really a very useful aspect of our time , well , not in the long run. .

still here though : D

   

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I'm new to nibble coin, I just downloaded v0.6.5.2-g397646f-nibble but has never synchronized

I tried to delete everything and restart the client but still (Out of sync)

Any suggests?

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October 25, 2013, 11:37:26 AM
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Hi you have got the config  on the front page yes ?

The addnode ?

Name will in the future will be Nybble , no coin .

What are you trying to hash with just out of interest ?

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ok... after 2 days and without my having done anything

seem to be succesfully sync!

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October 28, 2013, 02:30:59 PM
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ok... after 2 days and without my having done anything

seem to be succesfully sync!

I overall see this as a net positive,  and duely feel regret for the delay that was incurred.


Indeed post your address id like any new supporter or profit miner to have Nybble.

This blockchain you will be mining was the first truly verifiable honest start and many miners and buyers currently hold it , in some shape or form.

Cryptocurrency moves in frequencies like many other entity's of our/ this planet.


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November 15, 2013, 06:20:22 AM
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Hi I've update wallet to version v0.6.5.2-g397646f-nibble
but synchronization stopped at Sat 9. Nov 12:49:26 2013, block 32800
same problem as previous version.
You're saying - All Sync issues are fix, but they're not,
or, I miss something?

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is 0.6.5.2. the current version?
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is 0.6.5.2. the current version?

yep it is !


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November 30, 2013, 09:49:50 AM
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Hi

I am having trouble syncing my wallet. I have a dedicated server in France that I would happily run as a node if that would help, but I would need talking through it.

Edit: it has now synced, but my offer still stands.
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November 30, 2013, 10:30:39 AM
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Every help to revitalize this coin would be great. Maybe it was that unsuccessfull, because it had a very fair start, without premine and developers who took the biggest part of it.
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Whats up with this coin?
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anyone have working link to dl the wallet?
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anyone have working link to dl the wallet?

For windows

https://mega.co.nz/#!o9MhnYpa!BC_Aw2ojKibzFVfbIbWgXS_OSJAGCQvGmfX3ZgaDbNc

I downloaded it a few days ago - just copy the entire line and paste in the address field of your browser.
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December 26, 2013, 05:15:32 AM
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I can't sync in my wallet in Windows, What's wrong?
What I can do is watch the remaining of block increase more and more!!
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December 26, 2013, 10:07:07 PM
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I am also having trouble getting connections in order to synchronize.  So far, my nibble client is showing 0 connections.  I am using the config from the first post.  Are there any working nodes that we should know about?

With other clients, if the sync was stuck at a particular block, I have closed the client and reopened it and the sync then continues, but I cannot even get started.
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same here, no connections...

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December 27, 2013, 11:00:10 PM
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It seems that most of the network mining power disappeared and left the difficulty of the coin at 7.1957 which is quite high for the remaining miners.  I have a pending transfer at Cryptsy that has been sitting there for over 10 hours with 0 confirmations so have decided to put some mining power back on NBL and see if I can get some movement.  Up to now there appears to be only 4.4MH/s mining, so with my 2.3MH/s - maybe we can start moving blocks.  One problem that I foresee is that the difficulty will stay this way for at least another 1200 blocks or so, before it will drop down to match the mining power and get reasonable.  It isn't helping when we cannot synchronize our wallets and when our transactions cannot confirm.
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December 28, 2013, 01:59:57 AM
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Finally some movements, 2 blocks in the past 3 hrs, means 2 confirmations on transfers it seems.  So we need to keep mining blocks to keep the system running.  Now - how do we get our wallets synchronized?
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December 28, 2013, 02:30:09 AM
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I have not abandoned Nybble - will come back to Nybble in the future -

Its a great crypto to hold IMO -

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I have not abandoned Nybble - will come back to Nybble in the future -

Its a great crypto to hold IMO -

Hi, I would love to hold some but my wallet won't sync.  This is happening to others as well, so how do we fix this - or give you some time to get the celebrations out of the way.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone!
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Current block is 39099 - taking a bit of time to crack, been working away for just over 3 hrs now.  Next difficulty change in 1221 blocks - something to look forward to.

[Edit] Now current block is 39102 - been taking its time.
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December 28, 2013, 06:45:16 AM
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same here, no connections...

Yes, same here. Any known nodes to connect to?

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December 28, 2013, 10:23:56 AM
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I took my laptop to my sister's place and used her internet - Nibble eventually synchronized although it sat there saying there was 7600 blocks to go, for a very long time.  After dinner I found it had synchronized.

Now at home, I start the Nibble client and it got one connection to the network and appears to be synchronized - certainly it is at block 39102 which agrees with the mining pool that I am mining at.  I think the problem for me is that I go through two firewalls at home, so may need to look at that and work out if I should dedicate a virtual machine to running the client and have it available 24/7.  I have a few hardware upgrades to do first though.

Anyway, the peer that I am connected to is:

"addr" : "109.10.236.54:8550"

That might help you.
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Looks like there is still life in this old bird.  A couple of other miners have come out to help - one of them with a lot of hashing power.  However these blocks are still taking their time to crack.  Also I opened my Nibble wallet again, and now it hasn't found any connections - will leave it for a while.
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Last block found is 39106 - although the mining pool was still working on this for the past 5 hours, so I am having to do other things with my rigs for the time being - need to try to earn some more coins somehow.  Most of the other miners are gone, so I am having a go at solo mining.

One thing I should mention is that this morning, I was unable to get connections to the network until I realized what I had changed since last night.  I changed my nibble.conf to put back the connect line last night and after that it failed to connect.  Then I removed the connect line, i.e. changed it to

;connect=nblnode.digitalindustry.info

and then restarted my Nibble client, and it got a connection - 1 and now 2, and updated to the current block 39106, but the green tick hasn't come up yet - maybe it takes a while, so try this - everyone who is having trouble connecting and synchronizing.
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I solo mined block 39107 - cgminer shows block accepted, and my wallet shows 1 transaction, but no details - so what is going on?  No amounts unconfirmed either.

I checked the nbl.pnwminer.com pool and it is showing as currently working on 39107 - so did I just waste my 2 hrs of mining for nothing?

Also, somehow the wallet is trying to sync onto the litecoin chain.  Somehow it connected to a litecoin wallet and thinks "~44817 block(s) remaining".

So, do I close my wallet and open it again?  If I do this, will the block that I just solved stay?

[Edit]

I closed my wallet, then reopened, and it got connected to the network - yes, green tick.  It still says 1 transaction but no transaction details.

I went to the debug console, and the listtransaction command gave me the following:

[
{
"account" : "",
"category" : "immature",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1,
"blockhash" : "b03e6b6e004265075d0d3081e05880b65b5117bb7c79ce40a310fbb09d41f78c",
"blockindex" : 0,
"txid" : "9503ba399997b3d31d4c8d268c4e8f6f10e89e53e226049958ff9d69429274c6",
"time" : 1388288694
}
]

So, I guess this is good, and I just have to keep mining away!  A pity that the wallet only shows Confirmed and Unconfirmed amounts, so maybe have to wait for the immature amount to get a few more confirmations before it becomes unconfirmed...

[Edit2]

Sorry spoke too soon, the green tick went away and it is trying to sync again to the litecoin blockchain.  I guess it won't succeed, but maybe I should just delete my peers.dat and start again.
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I stopped my wallet, then deleted the peers.dat file and restarted my wallet.  Now it comes up and didn't try to sync with the litecoin blockchain so I guess this is fine now.  Also I changed my firewall settings to allow port forwarding of tcp/8550 to come to my wallet machine - maybe it will make it easier for others who may need to locate a node.

After 5 hours still working on block 39108 - but noticed that the wallet now says out of sync.  This is probably based on the time of the last block received or found.  The 4 other peers that my wallet is connected to - show 39107 as the current block number.
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Block 39108 has finally been solo-mined - took 9.5 hours.  Now my wallet says 2 transactions, no details, but Immature is 50.00 NBL - shouldn't it show 100.00 NBL?

listtransactions in debug console shows:

[
{
"account" : "",
"category" : "immature",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 2,
"blockhash" : "b03e6b6e004265075d0d3081e05880b65b5117bb7c79ce40a310fbb09d41f78c",
"blockindex" : 0,
"txid" : "9503ba399997b3d31d4c8d268c4e8f6f10e89e53e226049958ff9d69429274c6",
"time" : 1388288694
},
{
"account" : "",
"category" : "immature",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1,
"blockhash" : "7174020a2afb1c18ff8a6013cf9b4f2309049c62da49836f731185abb8a02064",
"blockindex" : 0,
"txid" : "d03143658f3b16200148fb5aecfcc29466b43bc0047e1064bf0f6b5386b1ef11",
"time" : 1388322989
}
]

Also the client is again trying to synchronize to the litecoin blockchain.  When I check the debug.log file, it appears to be wanting to connect to a peer on port 9333.  The debug.log file shows that mostly these clients on port 9333 are disconnected for misbehavior when they respond with a different version i.e.

Disconnected 85.11.41.149:9333 for misbehavior (score=100)

But, this is not happening to all of them, and eventually one is used as a peer, then we have the problem of trying to sync.  I read that previously this was fixed by using the connect=nblnode.digitalindustry.info but this node is not working, so the problem continues.
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December 29, 2013, 08:25:58 PM
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same here, no connections...

Yes, same here. Any known nodes to connect to?

Hi all, here is a list of nodes that I found my client was connecting to - for the past couple of days.

addnode=77.251.56.232
addnode=54.200.132.23
addnode=194.79.23.98
addnode=95.31.7.14

if you want to try my client, it is dynamic but at present would be

addnode=124.189.53.150
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I have been persisting with the Nibble/Nybble mining - current block being worked on is 39117.  However I am finding that the client is making connections to not just litecoin but also worldcoin and other altcoins.  This comes about because the client code is based on the original Bitcoin client - future developers should really change the subversion to make it distinct and then check for this when making peer connections.  This should avoid peering with incompatible altcoin clients.  An example of what I mean is:

09:17:45 getpeerinfo

09:17:45
[
{
"addr" : "54.200.132.23:8550",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1388441860,
"lastrecv" : 1388441839,
"conntime" : 1388395424,
"version" : 60001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.5.2/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"startingheight" : 39113,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "31.185.159.126:9336",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1388441857,
"lastrecv" : 1388441657,
"conntime" : 1388420589,
"version" : 60002,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.4.4/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"startingheight" : 140029,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "176.25.115.107:11081",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1388441862,
"lastrecv" : 1388441556,
"conntime" : 1388425483,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/WorldcoinFoundation:0.8.5.1/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"startingheight" : 11583,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "95.31.7.14:8550",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1388441830,
"lastrecv" : 1388441834,
"conntime" : 1388434279,
"version" : 60001,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.5.2/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"startingheight" : 39116,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "86.186.14.143:11081",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1388441816,
"lastrecv" : 1388441830,
"conntime" : 1388441336,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/WorldcoinFoundation:0.8.5.1/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"startingheight" : 30194,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "79.120.114.167:11081",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1388441859,
"lastrecv" : 1388441863,
"conntime" : 1388441343,
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/WorldcoinFoundation:0.8.5.1/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"startingheight" : 5843,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "123.52.1.56:9333",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1388441864,
"lastrecv" : 1388441860,
"conntime" : 1388441487,
"version" : 70002,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.5.1/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"startingheight" : 488351,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "84.245.71.31:9333",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1388441845,
"lastrecv" : 1388441858,
"conntime" : 1388441673,
"version" : 70002,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.8.5.1/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"startingheight" : 488351,
"banscore" : 0
}
]

Here we see WDC client on port 11081, LTC client on port 9333, and FTC client on port 9336.  I realize that we cannot restrict based on port 8550 alone because some clients may be forced to use different ports due to local network restrictions, but maybe the "subver" could be used to indicate "/Nybble:0.6.5.3/" assuming 0.6.5.3 would be a later version to 0.6.5.2 - then we could make peer connections based on looking for Nybble etc.  I don't find this problem happening with other altcoin clients, and I do run quite a few of them from time to time - so can we get this fixed?
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December 31, 2013, 11:34:30 PM
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Happy New Year!

I don't see much mining activity on NBL at present.

The last block solved was 39119 - very slow going.  The block has been broadcast, but I don't have any incoming confirmations as yet that the network has accepted it.  I think this might be due to too few operational nodes - maybe they have shutdown for the holidays.  I was looking at a pool but the nbl.pnwminer.com pool seems to be behind at 39117.

A few things I have done, I configure my Windows Firewall to block nibble-qt.exe from accessing certain outbound tcp ports.  After I did this and continued to block ports I find that my client now does not try to synchronize with other coin's blockchains.  I realize that this is really unnecessary as other blockchains cannot be incorporated but it does reduce the network traffic and reduce the cpu usage as the received blocks are not being orphaned all the time or being rejected.  I am blocking these ports, 2543, 4401, 7785, 7999, 9333-9337, 9527, 9556, 10333, 10442, 11081, 11351, 12128, 13809, 15678, 19667.  I realize that I could just block port ranges, but wanted to keep them individual - I check the debug.log file from time to time whenever I see it trying to sync incorrectly then block the port again etc.

Now I seem to only be connecting to one other node 54.200.132.23.  My client does connect to 70.79.24.157 but that node does not respond with a version message.  My node address is still 124.189.53.150 - so if there are any other working clients out there, can someone let me know.
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Hi - we need more miners on nbl.pnwminer.com - I tried solo mining, but gave up when I realized that solo mining requires 120 confirmations, now I am back on the pool which only needs 20 confirmations.  The current block is 39139 - been working on this for the past 8.4 hrs, we need more miners to speed this up - only 1181 blocks to go before the difficulty retargets to something a lot more reasonable.  I know this is a big ask, but if someone has spare mining power - NBL is still a good earner, but we need more miners so that transfers and deposits don't take forever.

[Edit]  This is just a long block, usually it has been taking around 2hrs per block, but if we get more miners, we can reduce the time.  Transfers and deposits generally need 8 or so confirmations, meaning 8 blocks to be solved - currently taking a day to confirm but more miners means more hashing power means quicker confirmation times.
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January 04, 2014, 01:07:31 AM
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Hi JL0z

I Am mining in http://nbl.pnwminer.com, +1100 KH

do not let this coin die

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Hi JL0z

I Am mining in http://nbl.pnwminer.com, +1100 KH

do not let this coin die

Great - thanks.  Let's keep it up - there are 4 miners at the moment, so blocks should be getting quicker.  Currently on 39143.  That block 39139 took 19.5 hrs - I almost gave up on it, but glad I persisted.  Let's all keep this coin alive, although it looks like Cryptsy isn't confirming deposits - one I have is stuck at 8 confirmations for the past 4 blocks.
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If we are just 4 miners, we could change the source and recompile to change faster difficulty? is just an idea but we could do it by consensus.

(sorry english is not my native language)

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If we are just 4 miners, we could change the source and recompile to change faster difficulty? is just an idea but we could do it by consensus.

(sorry english is not my native language)

That is not advisable.  Also it will not work unless we only solo mine, since the wallet would have to be changed on the pool servers as well.  I suppose that there was never an expectation that the mining power would more or less disappear - which is sort of what happened.  With the release of new coins - many of the big speculative miners will jump onto a new coin, get a bundle then go onto the next coin.  They wait for the coin to hit an exchange, then sell out.  This then leaves a lot of coins in situations that the difficulty is high, and with little mining power.  However NBL still is worth something - more than some coins anyway, so it is worthwhile mining for a steady income.  I am aiming with my 2MH/s to get about 0.02BTC equivalent in coins a day.  With NBL I am not reaching my target, but am prepared to keep going.  Once the difficulty drops in 1176 blocks - we should be able get around 0.1BTC a day I expect if the coin value doesn't drop.  When will this happen - if we get a few more miners, maybe get to 20MH/s on the pool, we can do this in about 1 month.  If we can't - then it will take longer.  Don't forget that the target block time is 2.5 minutes, so once the difficulty retargets, we are aiming at about 576 blocks per day or 28,800 NBL a day or something like 2880 NBL for every 2MH/s miner - current value is 0.15BTC.  This is optimistic and might not work for very long before people find out about it and start mining it again - but if we are there at the beginning, we have a head start.
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What is a reasonable bet for the difficulty to reset to normal values again? I may join the mining party if it makes sense (experienced Nibble from the start).

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I come back with 1100 KH

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     I got a nibble wallet (0.6.5.2) & a load of nibble.

Wallet is constantly out of sync...doesn't upload the blockchain.

Is their a fix or an updated version?

Nice nibble reward for the solution.
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     I got a nibble wallet (0.6.5.2) & a load of nibble.

Wallet is constantly out of sync...doesn't upload the blockchain.

Is their a fix or an updated version?

Nice nibble reward for the solution.

Update your nodes in the .conf file of your client (if necessary, create a .conf file) and restart client. Look earlier in the thread for the nodes to be added.

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Hi',
     I got a nibble wallet (0.6.5.2) & a load of nibble.

Wallet is constantly out of sync...doesn't upload the blockchain.

Is their a fix or an updated version?

Nice nibble reward for the solution.

My client is connected to 1 or 2 most of the time, use these:

addnode=54.200.132.23
addnode=109.10.236.54

also, you can add my client

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addnode=124.189.53.150

since mine is a dynamic address from the provider, I registered with a ddns host to use the name - try using both.

Another thing, if you have the connect statement in your conf file, remove it.
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What is a reasonable bet for the difficulty to reset to normal values again? I may join the mining party if it makes sense (experienced Nibble from the start).

If you read what I was saying a few posts down from yours - that is where I was making the case.  Since then I have been checking the pool block stats and have the following:

At block 39144 we were averaging 5.5 hrs per block, pool hash rate around 2.5MH - at current rate 9 months before difficulty retarget.
A week earlier when I was the only miner on the pool - hash rate around 2MH - average was 8 hrs per block - would have been 1.3 years.

In the past 9 hrs, we are at 39149 - there is or must be a solo miner out there who has solved the last 4 blocks - probably 4-5MH.

If we can get to around 10MH on the pool, we should be looking at solving 18 blocks a day - estimate 65 days to difficulty retarget.
If we can get to around 20MH on the pool, we double that, and reduce the time to about 32-33 days or so - 1 month+ which I believe is achievable.

The gains for us, if we can get enough support is explained previously that the target block time is 2.5 minutes, so our pool instead of solving 4-5 blocks a day now, we could get 576 blocks - the equivalent of 1.5BTC a day.  What does this mean?  A 2MH miner would get a return of about 0.15BTC equivalent in NBL - right now if I mine other coins with my 2MH, I get about 0.018BTC a day, so for me I think it is a good investment.

Now, I don't claim that everything will be sweet - when the difficulty readjusts, we are sure to have other miners join in - however if we are at the beginning, we reap the rewards first.  The danger is that we cannot keep the pool small and end up in the same situation with mining after 2016 blocks driving the difficulty very high again - but with mining, it is always a risk.

Ok - who's in?
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What is a reasonable bet for the difficulty to reset to normal values again? I may join the mining party if it makes sense (experienced Nibble from the start).

I forgot to mention what the earnings estimate would be for a 2MH miner.

I am getting about 220NBL average a day, and my hashrate is about 2.2MH, so estimate 200NBL a day per 2MH.  This is about 0.011 BTC at current exchange rate.

As the pool gets larger, we don't necessary get more because more blocks are being solved, because we are sharing the results with the other miners - but that is my estimated return until the difficulty readjusts.

The assumption is that when the difficulty readjusts it will be at a target difficulty that allows 20MH to solve a block on average in 2.5 minutes.  At that rate  we start to get 2,880NBL a day.  This should last for about 2016 blocks until the next difficulty retarget - I am not sure what happens when huge miners join the party, but we should still be solving more blocks, so hopefully we can maintain this earning rate - I am optimistic of making about 1BTC every week or so, aren't you?  Maybe someone can check my numbers.

[Edit]  Just a couple of more points.  Most 2MH miners can mine other coins and get a return of 0.02BTC a day on average - sometimes more depending on the coin.  We don't have to be on the pool all the time - by all means, mine other coins from time to time, to keep your earnings up - just devote some hashrate to the pool and we can keep this coin going.  Don't forget - if all mining stops, the coin effectively dies because no transfers can take place, no confirmations etc, other than what is within the exchange.
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Hi',
     I got a nibble wallet (0.6.5.2) & a load of nibble.

Wallet is constantly out of sync...doesn't upload the blockchain.

Is their a fix or an updated version?

Nice nibble reward for the solution.

My client is connected to 1 or 2 most of the time, use these:

addnode=54.200.132.23
addnode=109.10.236.54

also, you can add my client

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Hey', JL0z.

Seems to be working but the blockchain is slower than 10 mins in the showers @ barlinnie prison.

Gonna leave it running tonite.....Fingers crossed.

Thx mate & to the others who tried to help out.

I'll get back to ya soon.

since mine is a dynamic address from the provider, I registered with a ddns host to use the name - try using both.

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The blocks are coming through a little quicker now.  Revised estimate of earnings for a 2MH miner is now 280NBL a day or approx 0.015 BTC.  Block average is about 3.5 hrs per block - but this depends, some blocks can take a long time, but hopefully we can keep this up and get more miners.

Current block 39155.
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Thanks for the info. At what block will the reset come?

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Thanks for the info. At what block will the reset come?

40320 is when the difficulty retarget will occur - 5.6 months at the current rate, but if we can get more miners in the pool - can reduce it down to a month or so.
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Hi guys, I run nbl.pnwminer.com. So far my experience is this. Things go very slow after a diff change, but when we get within about 500 blocks or so of a drop in diff, I get a LOT of people who jump on and start mining. And once the diff drops, it is usually just a matter of hours before the pool blows through all 2016 blocks at that diff. Timing varies, but it will happen.
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I'm back with 1100 KH
I can not be all the time because they would lose a lot.

Please CaptainAK can invite more people to mining NBL? thanks

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Hi guys, I run nbl.pnwminer.com. So far my experience is this. Things go very slow after a diff change, but when we get within about 500 blocks or so of a drop in diff, I get a LOT of people who jump on and start mining. And once the diff drops, it is usually just a matter of hours before the pool blows through all 2016 blocks at that diff. Timing varies, but it will happen.

I know that happens, but maybe this time - some of them will stay longer and we can make good progress through the next difficulty.
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Unfortunately at the current mining power, being VERY VERY generous @ 12 blocks per day, you are looking at close to 3 months for a diff adjustment.. now if you are a bit more realistic its a bit longer.  i would say you need a few 100 mh/s to get the network back on track.. and maybe make some changes to the diff retarget to try and avoid this?

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Does anyone know of a block explorer for Nibble/Nybble?
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Unfortunately at the current mining power, being VERY VERY generous @ 12 blocks per day, you are looking at close to 3 months for a diff adjustment.. now if you are a bit more realistic its a bit longer.  i would say you need a few 100 mh/s to get the network back on track.. and maybe make some changes to the diff retarget to try and avoid this?

You are being very generous.  I think we are averaging 11 blocks a day at present.  We were averaging 7 blocks a few days ago.  Yes, a higher hashrate would come in handy, but what we really want to do is to taper off the hashrate before the difficulty change, so that the difficulty gets easier, not harder.  But then we cannot control what other miners do when they see an opportunity to make a quick buck.

Yes, a change in the retargeting would help.
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Unfortunately at the current mining power, being VERY VERY generous @ 12 blocks per day, you are looking at close to 3 months for a diff adjustment.. now if you are a bit more realistic its a bit longer.  i would say you need a few 100 mh/s to get the network back on track.. and maybe make some changes to the diff retarget to try and avoid this?

You are being very generous.  I think we are averaging 11 blocks a day at present.  We were averaging 7 blocks a few days ago.  Yes, a higher hashrate would come in handy, but what we really want to do is to taper off the hashrate before the difficulty change, so that the difficulty gets easier, not harder.  But then we cannot control what other miners do when they see an opportunity to make a quick buck.

Yes, a change in the retargeting would help.

Yeah, i suppose you need to reach the balance between network hashrate and difficulty i never thought. pumping up the network would indeed leave you in the same predicament... Is the retarget based on average network hash over the past ~2000, or just the last few blocks, or what?

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Unfortunately at the current mining power, being VERY VERY generous @ 12 blocks per day, you are looking at close to 3 months for a diff adjustment.. now if you are a bit more realistic its a bit longer.  i would say you need a few 100 mh/s to get the network back on track.. and maybe make some changes to the diff retarget to try and avoid this?

You are being very generous.  I think we are averaging 11 blocks a day at present.  We were averaging 7 blocks a few days ago.  Yes, a higher hashrate would come in handy, but what we really want to do is to taper off the hashrate before the difficulty change, so that the difficulty gets easier, not harder.  But then we cannot control what other miners do when they see an opportunity to make a quick buck.

Yes, a change in the retargeting would help.

Yeah, i suppose you need to reach the balance between network hashrate and difficulty i never thought. pumping up the network would indeed leave you in the same predicament... Is the retarget based on average network hash over the past ~2000, or just the last few blocks, or what?

I don't know how the retarget works, only know when it will happen.  I am making an assumption that if the network hash rate around the time of the retarget is whatever it is, the difficulty will change to allow the blocks to be solved on average in 30 seconds - this being the target block time.  Maybe I will have a look at the source code and see if I can work it out.
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We're coming in 5300KH, 5 miners and going up!

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what pool should I point my miners too?

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what pool should I point my miners too?

http://nbl.pnwminer.com

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Hi JL0z

The transfers from the pool, are coming to your wallet?
I am 4 transfers in progress and none to come. One before the block 39144 (23 block earlier).
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Hi JL0z

The transfers from the pool, are coming to your wallet?
I am 4 transfers in progress and none to come. One before the block 39144 (23 block earlier).
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gizzig,  Hi.  No, my transfers were going to Cryptsy, but the one from 2nd January is still being confirmed.  Another one from yesterday is not showing up at Cryptsy so I have changed to go to my wallet and maybe should stop the auto-transfers.

I have also opened a ticket with Cryptsy to look into this.  Is your wallet up to date?  I.e. block 39169 right now?
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Hi JL0z
Still does not appear.
In the "TX" column from "Transactions" in the pool, when clicking shows a Litecoin block explorer.

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Hi JL0z
Still does not appear.
In the "TX" column from "Transactions" in the pool, when clicking shows a Litecoin block explorer.


Yes, the link is wrong - I am looking for a block explorer for NBL - if I don't find one, I might have to install a local one.

If you check on your wallet, click on Transactions - they should appear after 1 confirmation, so the one from before 39144 should have already confirmed.  I might do a manual payment to my wallet and see what happens.  I also emailed CaptainAK.
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In "transactions", the 4 trasnfers show "Confirmed".



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In "transactions", the 4 trasnfers show "Confirmed".




gizzig, ok.  You can also now click on the transaction id - it will pop-up with the full transaction id.  Once we get a block explorer, we should be able to search for this transaction.  When it shows confirmed, I believe that it means that 8 blocks have occurred since the transaction, meaning it is in the blockchain.  Have a look in your wallet - you should see something there as long as your wallet is synchronized.

To check if you are on the right blockchain, go to your wallet, help, debug console, then type the command

getblockhash 39169

it should come back with the block hash which is e06d6119ba5a49941a6fc060338192c4f8d1ae6d68d6f6e64ac1d04b6373aa2a
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gizzig, CaptainAK tested his pool and was able to see transactions going through.  I just did a manual payout to my wallet and it has come through.  0 of 6 confirmations.  Just need to wait 6 blocks before this confirms.
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thank you very much, I'll wait until tomorrow and will watch again

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gizzig, CaptainAK tested his pool and was able to see transactions going through.  I just did a manual payout to my wallet and it has come through.  0 of 6 confirmations.  Just need to wait 6 blocks before this confirms.

My wallet, and maybe all wallets are a bit strange.

Now the transaction is saying Unconfirmed (2 of 6 confirmations), however in the summary, it shows the amount in the Balance, then unconfirmed is 0.00 and immature is my mined blocks.  The transfer I made should have stayed in Unconfirmed until 6 confirmations, then move to Balance - very weird behaviour.

gizzig - did you have a look at your wallet?
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Just appeared 17NBL confirmed and 35 waiting to be confirmed
than strange this happening now!
still pending transaction 519e500435e92ff296d55dec7bdc99b4fee2a0f396a36cbba5b27068ca3e7012  for 8.17 NBL

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Just appeared 17NBL confirmed and 35 waiting to be confirmed
than strange this happening now!
still pending transaction 519e500435e92ff296d55dec7bdc99b4fee2a0f396a36cbba5b27068ca3e7012  for 8.17 NBL


Ok - maybe your wallet wasn't synchronizing.  I usually check by going into Help - it will show the last block and time in your local time.  Usually the last block will have come through within the past few hours.  It will also show the number of connections.  I have 1-2 connections most times.

The debug command  "getpeerinfo" will get the list of connections together with what block numbers they are reporting.  Sometimes the connection you have is a bit behind (not-sync'ed), so your wallet will be behind - which explains why you didn't see the transactions.
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Yes, it may be that it is not connected, even if it showed as connected.

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Yes, it may be that it is not connected, even if it showed as connected.

If you are getting the green tick, then usually this is good, unless the connections you have are all behind.  Current block is 39171 - nearly 2.5 hours now.  Sometimes need to stop and restart the wallet.
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All transactions from the pool as they arrived, think it was some kind of problem sncronización.
Thank you very much the pool and forum colleagues.

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Server under maintenance for many hours!, that does not help to reach the next point of difficulty adjusting.
Too bad, because there was already some miners. Hopefully they come back again.

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Apparently server problems have caused most of the pnwminer pools to be shutdown to avoid damage.  Better mine something else for the time being.
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There is a fast solo miner running at the moment, 3 blocks have come through in the past hour, about 30 minutes apart.  I estimate he is probably running 8-9MH.  Current block 39191 - the target is 40320 for difficulty change.
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Well, it seems that now if we lost the pool, takes several days for maintenanc ... very bad for nibble.
I just have 1100KH and that's just very little to mining at the current difficulty

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http://www2.coinmine.pl/nbl/index.php

This pool was still running yesterday
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I'm talking about this other pool, where we had several people mining:

http://nbl.pnwminer.com/


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http://www2.coinmine.pl/nbl/index.php

This pool was still running yesterday

Ok - great - that will do for me to keep nibble/nybble going.
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http://www2.coinmine.pl/nbl/index.php

This pool was still running yesterday

Thanks suncoastbuddy, I registered on the pool and now am happily mining away.  NBL price is down at the moment and I hope it comes back up.
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Well, it seems that now if we lost the pool, takes several days for maintenanc ... very bad for nibble.
I just have 1100KH and that's just very little to mining at the current difficulty

gizzig, now you can add your hashrate to the coinmine pool.
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Well, it seems that now if we lost the pool, takes several days for maintenanc ... very bad for nibble.
I just have 1100KH and that's just very little to mining at the current difficulty

gizzig, now you can add your hashrate to the coinmine pool.

Hi, Yeah mining in coinmine pool as "pepito"

Supporting this great coin.
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PD.: Now us already have more than 13MH

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Yay!  http://nbl.pnwminer.com is back up on new hardware. I will be building out a block explorer shortly also since one is badly needed.
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Yay!  http://nbl.pnwminer.com is back up on new hardware. I will be building out a block explorer shortly also since one is badly needed.


Now the only thing that missing is that the fee lower

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Yay!  http://nbl.pnwminer.com is back up on new hardware. I will be building out a block explorer shortly also since one is badly needed.

Thanks - I will be moving back to this pool later today.  Your block confirmations are lower at 60 than the other pool at 120.
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Yay!  http://nbl.pnwminer.com is back up on new hardware. I will be building out a block explorer shortly also since one is badly needed.

Thanks - I will be moving back to this pool later today.  Your block confirmations are lower at 60 than the other pool at 120.


[Edit]  Back on pnwminer - I had a restart of one of PC's so it was a good time to go back!
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January 10, 2014, 05:24:16 AM
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Just to keep people happy, I have lowered the confirmations to 10 and the fees are at 2% on the Nybble pool, which is probably the lowest I will ever set them except for promotions. Smiley

Hope that works for you guys!
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January 10, 2014, 03:58:33 PM
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Just to keep people happy, I have lowered the confirmations to 10 and the fees are at 2% on the Nybble pool, which is probably the lowest I will ever set them except for promotions. Smiley

Hope that works for you guys!

Thanks

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January 11, 2014, 03:01:01 AM
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Spent a few hours tuning a smaller mining rig.  Basically 1x XFX Radeon 5850 Black Edition - was running at about 321Kh/s at standard clock rates.  It has had the heatsink and fan replaced with a Accelero Twin Turbo II from Arctic (due to previous stock fan failure) - and runs at about 61 degrees Celsius.

I had been playing around with overclocking my 7850 so wanted to do the same with the 5850.

Now I am