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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 09, 2017, 06:15:18 AM
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Tell me how you can transfer coins to the deposit. What is the address for this? Where can I create an address for a deposit?

Its ultra easy, just take one of you addys you have in your wallet. Otherwise, create a new addy. File->Recieving addresses. create new, label it, copy addy and deposit into it Smiley
Thanks for the answer. I want to try how the deposit works. I hope the deposit is better than the pool.

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November 09, 2017, 06:18:20 AM
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Tell me how you can transfer coins to the deposit. What is the address for this? Where can I create an address for a deposit?

Its ultra easy, just take one of you addys you have in your wallet. Otherwise, create a new addy. File->Recieving addresses. create new, label it, copy addy and deposit into it Smiley
Thanks for the answer. I want to try how the deposit works. I hope the deposit is better than the pool.

Deposit works excelent. I have tried different dates and it seems to add up just as it´s supposed to Smiley
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November 09, 2017, 06:41:49 AM
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Following on from my earlier post, for anyone compiling ROIcoin in ubuntu from scratch and using command-line only, here's the process I followed.  There may be better miners out there but this works nicely.  Some of this is from https://github.com/ROIcoin/ROIcoin

Code:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install checkinstall subversion git git-core
sudo apt-get install libssl-dev libminiupnpc-dev
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libdb4.8-dev libdb4.8++-dev
sudo apt-get install build-essential libboost-all-dev automake libtool autoconf
sudo apt-get install pkg-config
git clone https://github.com/ROIcoin/ROIcoin ROIcoin
cd ROIcoin
sudo su
./autogen.sh && ./configure --with-gui=no
make
make install

The to run it

Code:
ROIcoind -rpcuser=rpc -rpcpassword=1234 -rpcport=3377 -daemon=1 -server=1 -listen=0 -miningaddress=RYR39RF8x65s1U45kKEnh7U16ymJHnYkao -gen

As I mentioned before, listen=0 allows my machine to generate without crashing out because of something I haven't been bothered looking into yet and replace the miningaddress with your own wallet receiving address, assuming you've installed a QT version of the wallet on Windoze or some other OS.

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November 09, 2017, 06:55:15 AM
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I am totally a newbie at mining so I need your help. Will mining with my computer with processor of AMD A8-7600 Radeon R7, 10 compute Core 4C +6G 3.10 GHz profitable?

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November 09, 2017, 07:15:55 AM
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How can I start mining on a Mac?
I notice that the opening post says that a Mac wallet is available, but I can't find it.

Sorry but that compile is not yet completed but working on having it done soon.

If anyone would like to compile the binary for MAC I am happy to pay bounty on that Cheesy


I wish I could give it a try, but I'm abit busy recently. I will PM you first once I have free time to work it out.

BTW, any news on second pool?



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November 09, 2017, 07:24:23 AM
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I'm mining since yesterday and found one block. Is it a good rate?
What is your experience?

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November 09, 2017, 07:24:50 AM
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There's 3 miners with about 200KH on the pool.

They are picking up close to 60,000 coins a day.

To put this in perspective, I've got a 8700k (6 core) , for which I get about 800-900h (about 200 coins a day).

Anyone with a cheaper CPU is just spinning their wheels, and I feel this is going to kill your coin pretty quickly.

In a few hours, those mega miners with either purchased or botnet hash are going to dump those 60,000 coins on the exchange, and your coin is going to be worth 1 Sat Sad

Edit - The top user now has 56% of the total supply.
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November 09, 2017, 08:10:28 AM
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Wow lot of great feedback here!

From the beginning we did want ROI to be mined by common PC's and even had discussions about if it were possible to ban pool mining to make the coin solo mining only.

After much discussion and debate it was decided not to ban pool mining for various reasons.

With that being said, there was concern of issues stemming from botnets that could push the common solo miner into hopelessness but so far that hasn't happened that I'm aware of.

The issue of someone using nicehash to throw enormous hash at the coin had not been considered and obviously it is coming up now. Based on the feedback of the community and the intent of the coin I think we should see what steps could be taken to put some sort of check in place to deal with this.

I am going to reach out to the mining pool dev right now and see what options might be available...

Hi all together,

I was mining hodlcoin in the past and now I switched mining to this project because hodlcoin seems to be dead and I like the people/team/community which are moving this new coin forward!

I also agree that this coin must stay minable with common PCs to make a difference to most other coins. I also agree that people with 200KH destroy this idea. So in my opinion we have to find a way to block this activities. I have no technical background about banning/blocking, but I have an idea which I don't know if it would be realizable:

In my opinion we don't need external mining pools. Perhaps there is a way to block external mining pools completely. But then we have problem of "hopelessness solo ming" described by DisasterFaster. But would there be not a possibility to change the solo mining in the wallet to type of "internal pool mining"? I mean all people use the wallet and can activate mining. If a block is found the earning will be divided to all people which are mining with the wallet, depending on their hash rate. Then it is fair to every miner to get earning depending on his hashrate. Also It should be possible to block all hashrates obove for example 2KH.

Don't know if this would be practicable and realizable and if other users like such an idea.  Smiley

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November 09, 2017, 08:43:13 AM
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Do you guys deposit what was mined already?
For 12 month deposit look pretty awesome, of course of this unique project will live a long  Smiley

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November 09, 2017, 09:45:37 AM
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WARNING

Think twice before mining on http://coinspool.cu.cc

It's been 48 hours now and I still haven't received a payment and the pool operator refuses to reply to messages.

It's your hashing power, so it's your decision but be cautious.

Yes I to have to say there is something not right about this pool.

I started mining it from the word go. I was the 1st miner on the pool to find a block. At the point the pool 1st went down I should have been payed for the next 200+ blocks. I was payed for about 9 of them.

The pool is not the best. But others will come. A friend of mine is working on a new pool. I hope to see it up some time today.

Other pools will be put up in time.

The coin is doing very well indeed to say it has not been out a week.

But all must remember that the Dev team have nothing to do with the running of any pools. They only work on the wallet and daemon so it is no good kicking off at the dev team because somone is putting 200kh on a pool.

However I my self dont know how it works with the pay outs when it takes 360 confirms for a block.

Is it that the website will remember how much hash was put on that block after 361 blocks have passed?
Or is it that the website pays for the block at the time?

With the comment from someone who put 20kh on the pool I can only take it that the amount of hash needs to be constant for 360 blocks or you are just wasting your hash power. Because once your 20kh of nice hash has been used you are not getting payed for the work you did.

Lol I dont know but it may well be a system that keeps NH miners away if they dont get payed for the hash they have done.

Looking at the exchange I have to sit back and say when a coin is hard to get why would you put it on there for pennys? There is allways one dumb ass in 10 Cheesy


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Yes I to have to say there is something not right about this pool.

I started mining it from the word go. I was the 1st miner on the pool to find a block. At the point the pool 1st went down I should have been payed for the next 200+ blocks. I was payed for about 9 of them.

When I started, about 20 blocks had been found. Like you, I'm owed for 200+ but haven't been at all

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But all must remember that the Dev team have nothing to do with the running of any pools.

Absolutely. The Dev team have been fantastic. They've been answering the same questions again and again, because people are too lazy to read the ANN for themselves and they're still doing everything they can to help miners who are having problems.
 
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Looking at the exchange I have to sit back and say when a coin is hard to get why would you put it on there for pennys? There is allways one dumb ass in 10 Cheesy

Agreed. The coin is hard to mine and worth a lot more than it's currently trading for but that difficulty just makes it even more frustrating to have a dodgy pool operator stealing coins from miners.

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WARNING

Think twice before mining on http://coinspool.cu.cc

It's been 48 hours now and I still haven't received a payment and the pool operator refuses to reply to messages.

It's your hashing power, so it's your decision but be cautious.

Yes I to have to say there is something not right about this pool.

I started mining it from the word go. I was the 1st miner on the pool to find a block. At the point the pool 1st went down I should have been payed for the next 200+ blocks. I was payed for about 9 of them.

The pool is not the best. But others will come. A friend of mine is working on a new pool. I hope to see it up some time today.

Other pools will be put up in time.

The coin is doing very well indeed to say it has not been out a week.

But all must remember that the Dev team have nothing to do with the running of any pools. They only work on the wallet and daemon so it is no good kicking off at the dev team because somone is putting 200kh on a pool.

However I my self dont know how it works with the pay outs when it takes 360 confirms for a block.

Is it that the website will remember how much hash was put on that block after 361 blocks have passed?
Or is it that the website pays for the block at the time?

With the comment from someone who put 20kh on the pool I can only take it that the amount of hash needs to be constant for 360 blocks or you are just wasting your hash power. Because once your 20kh of nice hash has been used you are not getting payed for the work you did.

Lol I dont know but it may well be a system that keeps NH miners away if they dont get payed for the hash they have done.

Looking at the exchange I have to sit back and say when a coin is hard to get why would you put it on there for pennys? There is allways one dumb ass in 10 Cheesy


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I'm the one of the three miners in the top, at the moment I got only 76 coins per day.
SCAM POOL!
Here is my address http://45.76.246.101:3001/address/RT6nzFwTYTNqkipMVPmagy7izGo1dFovfF
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The coin is hard to mine and worth a lot more than it's currently trading for but that difficulty just makes it even more frustrating to have a dodgy pool operator stealing coins from miners.

A new mining pool is on its way. Hes just having one or two problems with the daemon.

He is wanting to get it up and stay up. So its not up and down. The pool will be 100% transparent. You will be able to see everything from est earnings, shares sent and how much you are earning and been payed.

I myself think that transparent mining is needed when you have to wait 360 blocks to be payed. Its a long long time. Once it is up Swanseahost will post links no doubt Cheesy

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I'm the one of the three miners in the top, at the moment I got only 76 coins per day.
SCAM POOL!
Here is my address http://45.76.246.101:3001/address/RT6nzFwTYTNqkipMVPmagy7izGo1dFovfF

Well like I was saying. I dont know how it works with rounds and shares and hash when it comes to a coin that needs 360 confirms.

It may well be wasting your hash if you buy nicehash.

Lets think of it as you need 360 blocks to confirm.

You put 200kh on and mine for 6 hours then stop.

It may be that you have to keep mining right untill them blocks start being payed because of the round system.

I dont know but if that is the case nicehash will just be a waste of cash and that is win win for all mining the coin.

However as I stated I and others are missing payouts from this pool.

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It may be that you have to keep mining right untill them blocks start being payed because of the round system.

You could be right but I' first started mining when Dogecoin launched and I've never come across a pool that runs a system like that.

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WARNING

Think twice before mining on http://coinspool.cu.cc

It's been 48 hours now and I still haven't received a payment and the pool operator refuses to reply to messages.

It's your hashing power, so it's your decision but be cautious.
I dont understand this? why do ppl have to cry instantly?
i got a news! many ppl have real live (including me), they meet with their friends or just sleeping at night.

i waked up, and you got answered in pm....

However I my self dont know how it works with the pay outs when it takes 360 confirms for a block.

Is it that the website will remember how much hash was put on that block after 361 blocks have passed?
Or is it that the website pays for the block at the time?
Pool remember the round stats for blocks, after the block is available, pool sw calculated the reward for each miner based on that block stats.

and if the block is kicked or orphaned, the stats added to next block stats, as if that kicked block never existed.

for nicehash mining: there is no good solution for that: it is not possible limit the hashrate for miners.
anyway, even if I could ban it, he can make a private pool, and mine there.

the pool is always under DoS attach, the hosting provider can handle flood traffic more or less, but still there are smaller issues. say thanks for him!  Embarrassed

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I dont understand this? why do ppl have to cry instantly?
i got a news! many ppl have real live (including me), they meet with their friends or just sleeping at night.

i waked up, and you got answered in pm....


I would like to apologise. I have now deleted my original message.

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Pool remember the round stats for blocks, after the block is available, pool sw calculated the reward for each miner based on that block stats.


This is a matter of faith for the miners, because when we are mining, the stats are freezer (supposed waiting for the 360 confirmations) but when we stop mining... there are no information, I put my address when i stop (after 8 hours of continuous mining) and my stats (and suppose my hash) were disappear, like i never use the pool....

I never see a pool with a information system like that... and logically the first impression is that is a SCAM... It's not a Instantly cry, its a pool fault.

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November 09, 2017, 11:23:14 AM
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I am totally a newbie at mining so I need your help. Will mining with my computer with processor of AMD A8-7600 Radeon R7, 10 compute Core 4C +6G 3.10 GHz profitable?

That depends on how much total hash is out on the entire network and it also depends on how low people place the sell price for on the exchange...

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