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Author Topic: [ANN] [CPU mining] Yenten v2.0.1 [YTN] [YescryptR16] [Exchange avilable]  (Read 143740 times)
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November 02, 2017, 09:57:35 AM
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I messed up some miners and put my sending address instead of my receiving one..  Shocked

Can I get some help please? I see no contact information...

On my pool ?

If yes, PM me with both address.

But if the coin are already sent, i wont be able to do anything Sad

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November 02, 2017, 10:35:20 AM
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November 02, 2017, 10:43:22 AM
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Hi, is the failed to connect error going to be fixed soon, im losing about half my hash to the error

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November 02, 2017, 10:55:44 AM
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Nice the dude who took over 70% of the hashrate is gone!  I have an idea in the future on a cpu coin limiting the max hashrate of the network.  Does a network even really need over say 200khash to work? We could make a coin that stops giving rewards if the hashrate gets over 200khash.  Small independent miners who are spending pennies a day mining in electricity would be able to keep mining wheras big assholes and pools wouldn't be able to survive mining it...power to the little people.

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November 02, 2017, 10:56:37 AM
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Nice the dude who took over 70% of the hashrate is gone!  I have an idea in the future on a cpu coin limiting the max hashrate of the network.  Does a network even really need over say 200khash to work? We could make a coin that stops giving rewards if the hashrate gets over 200khash.  Small independent miners who are spending pennies a day mining in electricity would be able to keep mining wheras big assholes and pools wouldn't be able to survive mining it...power to the little people.


That's exactly what XMG (Magi) is doing...

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November 02, 2017, 01:26:42 PM
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Nice the dude who took over 70% of the hashrate is gone!  I have an idea in the future on a cpu coin limiting the max hashrate of the network.  Does a network even really need over say 200khash to work? We could make a coin that stops giving rewards if the hashrate gets over 200khash.  Small independent miners who are spending pennies a day mining in electricity would be able to keep mining wheras big assholes and pools wouldn't be able to survive mining it...power to the little people.

I think that was a botnet as it was showing around 2000 miners and now it's just 200 so definitely it was botnet

Yup you are to the point. It really feels bad when you have little hash and people come with contract like nicehash and make sure to create hell for small miners.
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November 02, 2017, 03:29:02 PM
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Now that the botnet is gone I actually mined 3 blocks solo after a dry spell for 3 days. And I will second XMG, it's a great coin that is still going strong with a price around 4000 sats after several years. CPU only, and punishes both high hashrate and large staking amounts.
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November 02, 2017, 06:51:39 PM
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Now that the botnet is gone I actually mined 3 blocks solo after a dry spell for 3 days. And I will second XMG, it's a great coin that is still going strong with a price around 4000 sats after several years. CPU only, and punishes both high hashrate and large staking amounts.

Thank you both for that info, I didn't know that.  But whatever implementation MAGI uses to achieve that has failed as the network is at 33Mh/s.  So a normal miner wouldn't be able to get anything.  What I'm thinking would put a hard limit on hashes on the network and if the hash goes above that blocks will reward literally nothing.  The only people able to mine for free will be individuals; eventually pools and large scale miners would have to leave because they would be mining and wasting electricity for 0 rewards.  I would set the hash limit so someone mining on a cellphone equivalent processor would get a block once every 2 weeks.  That way everyone would be able to mine without a pool.  In the event of the hashrate going over the limit the people loosing the most money will be people running big rigs and thus they will stop mining the soonest - returing the rate within the limit.

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November 02, 2017, 08:00:29 PM
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Now that the botnet is gone I actually mined 3 blocks solo after a dry spell for 3 days. And I will second XMG, it's a great coin that is still going strong with a price around 4000 sats after several years. CPU only, and punishes both high hashrate and large staking amounts.

Thank you both for that info, I didn't know that.  But whatever implementation MAGI uses to achieve that has failed as the network is at 33Mh/s.  So a normal miner wouldn't be able to get anything.  What I'm thinking would put a hard limit on hashes on the network and if the hash goes above that blocks will reward literally nothing.  The only people able to mine for free will be individuals; eventually pools and large scale miners would have to leave because they would be mining and wasting electricity for 0 rewards.  I would set the hash limit so someone mining on a cellphone equivalent processor would get a block once every 2 weeks.  That way everyone would be able to mine without a pool.  In the event of the hashrate going over the limit the people loosing the most money will be people running big rigs and thus they will stop mining the soonest - returing the rate within the limit.

Unfortunately the pools ruined XMG. The block rewards do decrease with high hashrate as you describe, but everyone in the pool is fighting with each other to get the most shares so they mine at a high hashrate. In the end, everyone suffers because block rewards are less, solo mining is impossible, and hashpower is wasted.
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November 02, 2017, 08:15:57 PM
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Help...
minerd.exe -a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://pool.bilbotel.fr:6234 -u YTYwDya2Rhn9SiaMyFmYvkCCiL45wFhZ3E -p c=YTN,stats

"Stratum requested work restart"
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November 02, 2017, 08:18:23 PM
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Help...
minerd.exe -a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://pool.bilbotel.fr:6234 -u YTYwDya2Rhn9SiaMyFmYvkCCiL45wFhZ3E -p c=YTN,stats

"Stratum requested work restart"

That's normal, it just means the server is sending your miner a new job.
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November 02, 2017, 08:29:30 PM
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Help...
minerd.exe -a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://pool.bilbotel.fr:6234 -u YTYwDya2Rhn9SiaMyFmYvkCCiL45wFhZ3E -p c=YTN,stats

"Stratum requested work restart"

That's normal, it just means the server is sending your miner a new job.

Ok, but after a second the window closes (
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November 02, 2017, 09:07:57 PM
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fuck off this coin....its waste your time  Grin
pool.bilbotel.fr:6234 is nice shit.......doesnt working

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November 02, 2017, 09:14:12 PM
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Nice the dude who took over 70% of the hashrate is gone!  I have an idea in the future on a cpu coin limiting the max hashrate of the network.  Does a network even really need over say 200khash to work? We could make a coin that stops giving rewards if the hashrate gets over 200khash.  Small independent miners who are spending pennies a day mining in electricity would be able to keep mining wheras big assholes and pools wouldn't be able to survive mining it...power to the little people.

I think that was a botnet as it was showing around 2000 miners and now it's just 200 so definitely it was botnet

Yup you are to the point. It really feels bad when you have little hash and people come with contract like nicehash and make sure to create hell for small miners.

It wasn't a botnet and it wasn't 2000 miners, it was 1000 ( they were mine).  The pool just disconnects them so often that it gets the count wrong.  I also crashed the pool frequently with only 1000 machines, which is pretty bad.  If the author wants to make his source public, I'll host an additional pool myself to take load away (I host other pools)

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November 02, 2017, 10:01:18 PM
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How can I participate in the bounty program?
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November 02, 2017, 10:14:56 PM
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How can I participate in the bounty program?
You can't.  Pull your head out of your ass and read the ANN.
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November 02, 2017, 10:25:38 PM
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How can I participate in the bounty program?
You can't.  Pull your head out of your ass and read the ANN.
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November 02, 2017, 10:27:27 PM
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Well.. the price is going down and down.. on coinmarkets exchange ..
I'll buy some coins cheap instead of hard mining process Wink
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November 02, 2017, 10:33:01 PM
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Well.. the price is going down and down.. on coinmarkets exchange ..
I'll buy some coins cheap instead of hard mining process Wink
Not a bad idea for someone who's looking just for an investment. On the other hand I'm one of the mining freaks who just love to mine blocks..
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November 02, 2017, 10:37:49 PM
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Well.. the price is going down and down.. on coinmarkets exchange ..
I'll buy some coins cheap instead of hard mining process Wink

Good idea. I think this coin will have value since it has a new algorithm, limited supply, and no premine. People are looking for good CPU coins to mine with average computers. Probably the price just went down due to people dumping once the difficulty went too high.
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