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Author Topic: [ANN] Fastcoin - FST - The Fastest coin so far in the market - is launched!!  (Read 236659 times)
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August 27, 2014, 08:46:59 AM
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you must have rusty pipes, my connection is crappy wireless not much better than 4g...
Rusty only on Fastcoin it seems. No such slowness syncing wallets for Bitcoin, Franko, etc etc.

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ISOLATED the issue, it's the 0.8.7.1 wallet. Sync slows down to a crawl after a few minutes.

Went back to 0.8.5.3 wallet listed in this thread, and chain sync stays fast even after 5 connections+. Sync now almost through the beginning of June 2014.

edit: sync finally done with 0.8.5.3 wallet.

Thanks for pointing this out, please see the patch below for 0.8.7.1.

https://github.com/fastcoinproject/fastcoin/commit/f6116e16410569ba2ddd9b16407a0e8b3b2093b8
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August 30, 2014, 05:32:52 AM
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Fastcoin on the CasheerApp?.... Leave your comments!

http://forum.casheer.net/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=152

http://casheer.net/
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August 30, 2014, 12:44:17 PM
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Successfully synchronized with 0.8.7.1 client after adding this nodes.
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August 30, 2014, 08:05:29 PM
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Fastcoin can now be mined at http://mining.cryptorush.in as well!

CryptoRush - Crypto to Crypto Exchange
https://www.cryptorush.in/ ~||~ https://support.cryptorush.in/ ~||~ http://mining.cryptorush.in ~||~ #CryptoRush @ Freenode IRC
Bitcointalk ANN Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=431099.new
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September 05, 2014, 09:44:30 PM
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Release 8.7.2 seems to sync okay for my setup.
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September 06, 2014, 01:00:33 PM
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cryptorush.in removed FST already.
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September 08, 2014, 08:50:56 PM
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What is the deal with all the orphan blocks when mining this coin. I know some people are getting frustrated and have moved on. What is the reason for all the orphans, sometimes 50%.
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September 08, 2014, 09:26:00 PM
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What is the deal with all the orphan blocks when mining this coin. I know some people are getting frustrated and have moved on. What is the reason for all the orphans, sometimes 50%.

You're probably not properly configuring your miner for optimum results, your latency also has a lot to do with it depending on which pool you're mining. Perhaps you should try setting up your own p2pool node to mine on, and change your miner settings to reflect: Queue=0 Scantime=1 Expiry=2

I'm getting 0.8% rejects with an overall DOA of 3%. Which is pretty dang good, I'm also using the updated client.

http://fst.thecomputerfield.com:5150/static/
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September 09, 2014, 08:53:29 PM
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Featuring automatic Boostrap (blockchain) download.

Download the updated versions of Fastcoin from Sourceforge.
Fastcoin-0.8.7.2
https://sourceforge.net/projects/fastcoin/


Softsonic now hosts Fastcoin!
http://fastcoin.en.softonic.com

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September 18, 2014, 09:11:50 AM
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Fantastic work by our development community!

Kudo's goes out to m0gliE and Shitscared for an awesome release of 0.8.7.2 client

We are very excited to announce some news that will probably rock the entire Crytpo Coin community to its core, we highly recommend that anyone that has not downloaded this latest wallet release please do so ASAP.

Thank you all again for your continued support and effort in this latest wallet release, again very special thanks to m0gliE and Shitscared for their engineering wizardry!

We will be posting our comments on twitter when we are ready for official launch of the news.

Sincerely

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Featuring automatic Boostrap (blockchain) download.

Download the updated versions of Fastcoin from Sourceforge.
Fastcoin-0.8.7.2
https://sourceforge.net/projects/fastcoin/


Softsonic now hosts Fastcoin!
http://fastcoin.en.softonic.com

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Stay tuned for further updates!

Fast and secure crypto currency of the future
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September 20, 2014, 01:19:40 PM
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Hi all,

I have downloaded the latest wallet from the link provided in the above post, but when I download the wallet I am unable to Encrypt My Wallet.

Is anyone else experiencing this? What could be the problem?
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September 21, 2014, 01:16:02 PM
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Blackcoin is now the fastest, most secure coin in the market.

https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/blackcoin
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September 21, 2014, 09:53:41 PM
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Blackcoin is now the fastest, most secure coin in the market.

https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/blackcoin

Correction, that coin has a one minute block spacing, and it is also Proof of Stake, which is inherently flawed compared to Proof of Work, if you were to look further into PoS, and were really serious about investing in cryptocurrency, you should know this.



"If cryptocurrencies ever get near supermarket checkouts, I think it’s very unlikely that people will be doing actual blockchain transactions right at the checkout. Are fast transaction times at Proof of Sale terminals the only advantage of a fast cryptocurrency? What about transactions where ordinary folks like you and I choose to transact, especially when the value of the product/service bought, sold or traded is very time-sensitive? In terms of supermarket checkouts, logic dictates that actual block chain transactions could be done right at the checkout if you’re dealing with a fast cryptocurrency. E.g. transactions in FastCoin (FST) can be completed within 48 seconds! Now even if the only benefit of fast cryptocurrencies was to reduce the transaction time at Proof of Sale, wouldn’t you say that is an excellent benefit on its own, especially when security is not compromised? Yet, Pete and others wish to claim that “there’s very little advantage in pushing transaction times for “cryptos” below the level of a few minutes because they’re not going to be manifesting themselves at the point of sale anyway.”

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http://cryptocoinupdates.com/info/cryptocurrencies-does-fast-transaction-time-matters/
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September 23, 2014, 05:45:28 AM
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Watch out for mastermining.net FST pool. They charge a 10.99 FST "transaction fee" for any auto-payouts, and 19.99 FST for any on-demand payouts.

So, unless you're withdrawing 1000 FST at a time, fees on this pool can range from > 100% to N%.

Definitely beware.
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September 24, 2014, 04:19:17 AM
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Watch out for mastermining.net FST pool. They charge a 10.99 FST "transaction fee" for any auto-payouts, and 19.99 FST for any on-demand payouts.

So, unless you're withdrawing 1000 FST at a time, fees on this pool can range from > 100% to N%.

Definitely beware.

yeah, basically if you go max on autopay they are a 2% fee pool... do you know a better one? I have had a hard time finding a FST pool that is up or stays alive for less than the 2% and most P2P just seem to steal hash

i better add too that the mastermining admin actually emails you back when there are any issues, and fast... lots of pools just leave you hanging and/or loosing.. that's worth something!

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September 24, 2014, 06:16:57 AM
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yeah, basically if you go max on autopay they are a 2% fee pool... do you know a better one? I have had a hard time finding a FST pool that is up or stays alive for less than the 2% and most P2P just seem to steal hash

i better add too that the mastermining admin actually emails you back when there are any issues, and fast... lots of pools just leave you hanging and/or loosing.. that's worth something!
http://fst.alt-mining.com has been pretty good lately. True 1%.

There seems to be another big one out there, but I only I see its hash-rate.
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September 25, 2014, 02:10:29 AM
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Watch out for mastermining.net FST pool. They charge a 10.99 FST "transaction fee" for any auto-payouts, and 19.99 FST for any on-demand payouts.

So, unless you're withdrawing 1000 FST at a time, fees on this pool can range from > 100% to N%.

Definitely beware.

yeah, basically if you go max on autopay they are a 2% fee pool... do you know a better one? I have had a hard time finding a FST pool that is up or stays alive for less than the 2% and most P2P just seem to steal hash

i better add too that the mastermining admin actually emails you back when there are any issues, and fast... lots of pools just leave you hanging and/or loosing.. that's worth something!

Why not try using P2Pool instead? It's decentralized and payouts go directly into your wallet.
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September 25, 2014, 02:47:00 AM
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Why not try using P2Pool instead? It's decentralized and payouts go directly into your wallet.
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I have tried it a few times and I make less coin..

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September 25, 2014, 03:48:02 AM
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I have tried it a few times and I make less coin..

Are you taking into account the P2Pool variance? If your miner is properly configured and your latency is comparable to the other miners on P2Pool, you should have more income on P2Pool than on any other pool. In fact you should expect as much, if not more income as you would mining solo on a centralized pool with reduced variance.

Another thing to point out is not having to deal with fee's to withdraw your coins into your wallet. You also eliminate the chance of your coins being stolen from the pool's storage. This alone might make up for what you say about making less coins using P2Pool. Again, overtime and because of variance, the payouts are still about the same. Some days you make more, some days you make less.

"P2Pool blocks are quickly broadcast to the network through all of the nodes used by the whole P2Pool network. If another pool finds a block at the same time than P2Pool, it probably is at a disadvantage: that's more income for P2Pool on average."

"A guide for mining efficiently on P2Pool, includes FUD repellent and FAQ"

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=153232.0
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September 26, 2014, 04:51:37 AM
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Are you taking into account the P2Pool variance? If your miner is properly configured and your latency is comparable to the other miners on P2Pool, you should have more income on P2Pool than on any other pool. In fact you should expect as much, if not more income as you would mining solo on a centralized pool with reduced variance.

Another thing to point out is not having to deal with fee's to withdraw your coins into your wallet. You also eliminate the chance of your coins being stolen from the pool's storage. This alone might make up for what you say about making less coins using P2Pool. Again, overtime and because of variance, the payouts are still about the same. Some days you make more, some days you make less.

"P2Pool blocks are quickly broadcast to the network through all of the nodes used by the whole P2Pool network. If another pool finds a block at the same time than P2Pool, it probably is at a disadvantage: that's more income for P2Pool on average."

"A guide for mining efficiently on P2Pool, includes FUD repellent and FAQ"

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=153232.0

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yeah well, i put one x3 on the p2p and one x3 on a regular pool for 30days, the regular pool with, actually a higher fee, gave me about 10% better return, maybe i chose a bad p2p?? I just felt like they were stealing 10% of my hash..

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