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Author Topic: [ANN][ROI] ROI Coin | CPU Only Solo Mining Hybrid | 15% POS | 593% Term Deposit  (Read 73983 times)
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November 07, 2017, 09:50:11 PM
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Not sure if I'm reading it right

On the pool, it shows the pool's hashrate as higher than network hashrate. Is that even possible? Huh Huh

Network
 SymbolROI
 Algorithmhodl
Hashrate152.69 KH
Est. Avg. Time per Round2 minutes 5 seconds
 Difficulty0.00456411
 Height1496
 Coinbase maturity360
 StatusOnline

Pool
Hashrate199.84 KH
Workers64
 Daemon version1.0.2.7
 Current Round1497
 Est. Avg. Time per Round1 minute 35 seconds
 Minimum payment20
 Block reward120
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November 07, 2017, 09:54:47 PM
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Not sure if I'm reading it right

On the pool, it shows the pool's hashrate as higher than network hashrate. Is that even possible? Huh Huh

Network
 SymbolROI
 Algorithmhodl
Hashrate152.69 KH
Est. Avg. Time per Round2 minutes 5 seconds
 Difficulty0.00456411
 Height1496
 Coinbase maturity360
 StatusOnline

Pool
Hashrate199.84 KH
Workers64
 Daemon version1.0.2.7
 Current Round1497
 Est. Avg. Time per Round1 minute 35 seconds
 Minimum payment20
 Block reward120

Yes it takes the network time to catch up to fast changes on the pool. So lets say it takes 3 hours for it to catch up to the pool. ANd then the pool hash drops to 10kh. It would take a long time to drop the network hash back down..

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November 07, 2017, 10:05:30 PM
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Not sure if I'm reading it right

On the pool, it shows the pool's hashrate as higher than network hashrate. Is that even possible? Huh Huh

Network
 SymbolROI
 Algorithmhodl
Hashrate152.69 KH
Est. Avg. Time per Round2 minutes 5 seconds
 Difficulty0.00456411
 Height1496
 Coinbase maturity360
 StatusOnline

Pool
Hashrate199.84 KH
Workers64
 Daemon version1.0.2.7
 Current Round1497
 Est. Avg. Time per Round1 minute 35 seconds
 Minimum payment20
 Block reward120

I can't speak for the pool as it is independently owned and operated.  A separate yet welcome entity.  But those numbers are curious.  199.84 KH / 64 wallets would average 3109 KH per wallet.  That said, if I recall pool mining, you could have multiple boxes pointed to the same address.  So there may be some mini whales swimming in the fish bowl. 

But I leave it to others the fill in the blanks.  This is just my initial thought on it.  I would like to know the algo for calculating the Est. Avg. per block, as well as why the pools hash rate is not reflected in the network hash rate.  Again, I am not familiar with pools inner workings.

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November 07, 2017, 10:15:59 PM
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Not sure if I'm reading it right

On the pool, it shows the pool's hashrate as higher than network hashrate. Is that even possible? Huh Huh

Network
 SymbolROI
 Algorithmhodl
Hashrate152.69 KH
Est. Avg. Time per Round2 minutes 5 seconds
 Difficulty0.00456411
 Height1496
 Coinbase maturity360
 StatusOnline

Pool
Hashrate199.84 KH
Workers64
 Daemon version1.0.2.7
 Current Round1497
 Est. Avg. Time per Round1 minute 35 seconds
 Minimum payment20
 Block reward120
   
I can't speak for what the pools shows but the block explorer shows the exact same hash as you get from using the "getmininginfo" command from the daemon.  There is an issue with what's displayed on the block explorer.  It's a decimal off.  Currently the hashrate shows as Network (KH/s) 162.6710.  It's actually 16.26710 KH/s.  I'll have to modify the block explorer software for it to display correctly.  All the other stats regarding the blockchain are accurate.  It's just the hashrate displaying incorrectly being off by a decimal.

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Please disregard this post.  I don't know what I was thinking.  Obviously I wasn't.
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November 07, 2017, 10:36:57 PM
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Not sure if I'm reading it right

On the pool, it shows the pool's hashrate as higher than network hashrate. Is that even possible? Huh Huh

Network
 SymbolROI
 Algorithmhodl
Hashrate152.69 KH
Est. Avg. Time per Round2 minutes 5 seconds
 Difficulty0.00456411
 Height1496
 Coinbase maturity360
 StatusOnline

Pool
Hashrate199.84 KH
Workers64
 Daemon version1.0.2.7
 Current Round1497
 Est. Avg. Time per Round1 minute 35 seconds
 Minimum payment20
 Block reward120
Network hashrate come from daemon, it's calculated from average hashrate from last 120 blocks.
Pool hashrate is current value, it is calculated from miners sharerate. It may amplitude because miners have different share luck.
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November 07, 2017, 10:52:46 PM
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Not sure if I'm reading it right

On the pool, it shows the pool's hashrate as higher than network hashrate. Is that even possible? Huh Huh

Network
 SymbolROI
 Algorithmhodl
Hashrate152.69 KH
Est. Avg. Time per Round2 minutes 5 seconds
 Difficulty0.00456411
 Height1496
 Coinbase maturity360
 StatusOnline

Pool
Hashrate199.84 KH
Workers64
 Daemon version1.0.2.7
 Current Round1497
 Est. Avg. Time per Round1 minute 35 seconds
 Minimum payment20
 Block reward120
Network hashrate come from daemon, it's calculated from average hashrate from last 120 blocks.
Pool hashrate is current value, it is calculated from miners sharerate. It may amplitude because miners have different share luck.


Cool... Thank you for explaining that.  Clears my head up.  Cheesy

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November 07, 2017, 11:09:53 PM
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Mining Software - Best performing?

Hello everyone...  As I get my laundry list going, I am considering the internal wallet miner.  And possibly updating to either integrate or improve upon and add into the wallet on the next revision.

Of those solo mining, which of the 3rd party mining software is showing to be most efficient, and global (as in will work well on most all CPU architectures available?

Again, this is not an overnight thing.  But something I want to consider for the next gen wallet.  We would still like to keep to the one click mining for the average Joe... This optimization would only be fair for the less tech inclined.  I want my Grandmother to be able to mine without calling me for a one hour tech support call.

Thank you for any feedback.

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November 07, 2017, 11:19:50 PM
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Mining Software - Best performing?

Hello everyone...  As I get my laundry list going, I am considering the internal wallet miner.  And possibly updating to either integrate or improve upon and add into the wallet on the next revision.

Of those solo mining, which of the 3rd party mining software is showing to be most efficient, and global (as in will work well on most all CPU architectures available?

Again, this is not an overnight thing.  But something I want to consider for the next gen wallet.  We would still like to keep to the one click mining for the average Joe... This optimization would only be fair for the less tech inclined.  I want my Grandmother to be able to mine without calling me for a one hour tech support call.

Thank you for any feedback.

For modern machines, or at least for machines that can run it hodlminer-optiminer-fork is the best one. http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/download/hodlminer-optiminer-fork.zip

For old machines without AES-NI i.e. my wife's laptop  Cheesy, you need to use hodlminer-wolf http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/download/hodlminer-windows.zip

There are faster versions of the Wolf miner but they need AES-Ni capable processors, but for those, the optiminer fork is faster.
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November 07, 2017, 11:24:56 PM
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Not sure if I'm reading it right

On the pool, it shows the pool's hashrate as higher than network hashrate. Is that even possible? Huh Huh

Network
 SymbolROI
 Algorithmhodl
Hashrate152.69 KH
Est. Avg. Time per Round2 minutes 5 seconds
 Difficulty0.00456411
 Height1496
 Coinbase maturity360
 StatusOnline

Pool
Hashrate199.84 KH
Workers64
 Daemon version1.0.2.7
 Current Round1497
 Est. Avg. Time per Round1 minute 35 seconds
 Minimum payment20
 Block reward120
   
I can't speak for what the pools shows but the block explorer shows the exact same hash as you get from using the "getmininginfo" command from the daemon.  There is an issue with what's displayed on the block explorer.  It's a decimal off.  Currently the hashrate shows as Network (KH/s) 162.6710.  It's actually 16.26710 KH/s.  I'll have to modify the block explorer software for it to display correctly.  All the other stats regarding the blockchain are accurate.  It's just the hashrate displaying incorrectly being off by a decimal.
Please disregard this post.  I don't know what I was thinking.  Obviously I wasn't. 
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November 07, 2017, 11:37:02 PM
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Hi. I'm a newbie and I have one question. Can this coin be mined with VPS with Ubuntu via Putty? If yes, can someone complile a tutorial on how to? thanks
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November 07, 2017, 11:46:13 PM
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Mining Software - Best performing?

Hello everyone...  As I get my laundry list going, I am considering the internal wallet miner.  And possibly updating to either integrate or improve upon and add into the wallet on the next revision.

Of those solo mining, which of the 3rd party mining software is showing to be most efficient, and global (as in will work well on most all CPU architectures available?

Again, this is not an overnight thing.  But something I want to consider for the next gen wallet.  We would still like to keep to the one click mining for the average Joe... This optimization would only be fair for the less tech inclined.  I want my Grandmother to be able to mine without calling me for a one hour tech support call.

Thank you for any feedback.

For modern machines, or at least for machines that can run it hodlminer-optiminer-fork is the best one. http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/download/hodlminer-optiminer-fork.zip

For old machines without AES-NI i.e. my wife's laptop  Cheesy, you need to use hodlminer-wolf http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/download/hodlminer-windows.zip

There are faster versions of the Wolf miner but they need AES-Ni capable processors, but for those, the optiminer fork is faster.

Thank you for the feedback.  This should be interesting to code, to be all inclusive and be an improvement...  Cheesy

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November 07, 2017, 11:52:49 PM
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Who can compete with this  Sad

[EDIT] I deleted the image because it displayed a wallet address.




Wow looking at some of those huge hash numbers I wonder if someone figured out how to use ASICS or another possibility are those botnets?

Either way let's hope the pool operator can give us some kind of feedback and even a suggestion of what action to take...

I'm a dev for ROI coin and PWR coin. I'm a team member for IncaKoin. I'm a big fan of HOdl coin and cpu only solo mining!
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November 08, 2017, 12:11:09 AM
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Wow looking at some of those huge hash numbers I wonder if someone figured out how to use ASICS or another possibility are those botnets?

Either way let's hope the pool operator can give us some kind of feedback and even a suggestion of what action to take...
https://www.nicehash.com/marketplace/hodl
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November 08, 2017, 12:11:12 AM
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Wow. I love this project. Very informative and genuine. All aspects containing the project. Looking forward to the staking / Term deposit. I want to buy once it hit exchanges, any idea on Estimated price launch ? Thanks Admin.
 
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November 08, 2017, 12:14:52 AM
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Wow looking at some of those huge hash numbers I wonder if someone figured out how to use ASICS or another possibility are those botnets?

Either way let's hope the pool operator can give us some kind of feedback and even a suggestion of what action to take...
https://www.nicehash.com/marketplace/hodl


Wow lot of hash being used on that link and I can tell you that hash isn't pointed at HOdl which only means one thing... some peeps are dropping some cash renting hash and pointing it at ROI.

They must think the coin will pay them off and I also wonder how long they might keep that up?

I'm a dev for ROI coin and PWR coin. I'm a team member for IncaKoin. I'm a big fan of HOdl coin and cpu only solo mining!
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November 08, 2017, 12:19:13 AM
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Wow. I love this project. Very informative and genuine. All aspects containing the project. Looking forward to the staking / Term deposit. I want to buy once it hit exchanges, any idea on Estimated price launch ? Thanks Admin.
 

I honestly have no clue on earth what price will look like once it begins trading on the exchanges.

My best guestimate is .01-.02 USD. I say that because supply should be very very limited. None of the pre-mine coins will be moved on the exchange so that only leaves what has been mined in these few days which isn't very much. I also think a portion of miners will speculate a future rise in coin value and so they will be likely to stake and/or term deposit the coins and sit on them. Term deposited coins cannot be sold and are off the table and the way the coin term deposits there is incentive to term deposit them longer because that gives higher returns.

I think there will be a slow trickle of the coins turning loose on the exchange and I think those may command a respectable price to be a brand new coin only a few days old.

Only time will tell and we shall see....

What says the community? Is this hitting the exchange at 1 satoshi? Or way higher and well how much higher... what is anyone's best guess what this thing will be moving for on the exchanges?

[EDIT] And speaking of exchanges... at this time the coin is already submitted to KUcoin, Yobit, coinsmarket, southxchange and trade satoshi.

I'm a dev for ROI coin and PWR coin. I'm a team member for IncaKoin. I'm a big fan of HOdl coin and cpu only solo mining!
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November 08, 2017, 12:23:00 AM
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weak hands sell for peanuts so we need to build a strong community to help the coin flourish

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November 08, 2017, 12:51:57 AM
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weak hands sell for peanuts so we need to build a strong community to help the coin flourish

Speaking of building a strong community that reminds me I need to work on getting the announcement translated into all the major languages and then get those translations posted on the other language boards... does that make sense?

I'm a dev for ROI coin and PWR coin. I'm a team member for IncaKoin. I'm a big fan of HOdl coin and cpu only solo mining!
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November 08, 2017, 12:58:00 AM
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weak hands sell for peanuts so we need to build a strong community to help the coin flourish

Speaking of building a strong community that reminds me I need to work on getting the announcement translated into all the major languages and then get those translations posted on the other language boards... does that make sense?
This project is looking awesome! The future of ROI is bright!

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Wow lot of hash being used on that link and I can tell you that hash isn't pointed at HOdl which only means one thing... some peeps are dropping some cash renting hash and pointing it at ROI.

They must think the coin will pay them off and I also wonder how long they might keep that up?

Maybe someone that wants to get some coins while diff is not too high and does not have a half decent computer.
It's probably not a dump scheme, I don't think it's profitable in the very short term.

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