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November 10, 2017, 08:00:11 PM
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ROI Coin is at Trade Satoshi but from what I understand they have a voting system for the coin to get listed. Any suggestions on how to best get through the voting system there would be greatly appreciated...

https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote

Also I see a column for paid votes with Doge and a column for free votes. Does the coin have to get to the number spot to get listed? Also there is a timer running, when that timer runs out do all the coins reset and start over?

the best thing you can do is to start a voting bounty like you give a fixed amount of ROI for each vote at least that's what most devs do

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November 10, 2017, 08:02:51 PM
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ROI Coin is at Trade Satoshi but from what I understand they have a voting system for the coin to get listed. Any suggestions on how to best get through the voting system there would be greatly appreciated...

https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote

Also I see a column for paid votes with Doge and a column for free votes. Does the coin have to get to the number spot to get listed? Also there is a timer running, when that timer runs out do all the coins reset and start over?

the best thing you can do is to start a voting bounty like you give a fixed amount of ROI for each vote at least that's what most devs do

I have seen this. I got 70 BCCS coins for voting Cheesy

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November 10, 2017, 08:03:33 PM
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ROI Coin is at Trade Satoshi but from what I understand they have a voting system for the coin to get listed. Any suggestions on how to best get through the voting system there would be greatly appreciated...

https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote

Also I see a column for paid votes with Doge and a column for free votes. Does the coin have to get to the number spot to get listed? Also there is a timer running, when that timer runs out do all the coins reset and start over?

the best thing you can do is to start a voting bounty like you give a fixed amount of ROI for each vote at least that's what most devs do

I see but is that against the BCT rules? I read up on the free coin giveway but am really a bit confused on that.

Another idea would be to sell ROI for DOGE and then use the doge to pay for the listing. Problem is ROI is not paired with DOGE at CoinsMarkets exchange. Another issue is you're talking about $5,000 USD of Doge to get listed and I just can't believe the listing there is worth that much money  Shocked

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 10, 2017, 08:11:18 PM
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you can do it as long as they dont post the address in the thread they must pm you to get the bounty. if they post in the thread just be quick to delete it. They have warned before they will lock the thread for that. idk why but it is true. We need to go ahead and get s disscord app thing so we can be all together on there.
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November 10, 2017, 08:14:50 PM
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ROI Coin is at Trade Satoshi but from what I understand they have a voting system for the coin to get listed. Any suggestions on how to best get through the voting system there would be greatly appreciated...

https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote

Also I see a column for paid votes with Doge and a column for free votes. Does the coin have to get to the number spot to get listed? Also there is a timer running, when that timer runs out do all the coins reset and start over?

the best thing you can do is to start a voting bounty like you give a fixed amount of ROI for each vote at least that's what most devs do

I see but is that against the BCT rules? I read up on the free coin giveway but am really a bit confused on that.

Another idea would be to sell ROI for DOGE and then use the doge to pay for the listing. Problem is ROI is not paired with DOGE at CoinsMarkets exchange. Another issue is you're talking about $5,000 USD of Doge to get listed and I just can't believe the listing there is worth that much money  Shocked
nope it's not against the rules you can just create a bounty for it

wow really 5000$ for listing ? Shocked i don't think it's worth it since the exchange doesn't have that much marketcap, try yobit instead i heard that they only charge like 0.1/0.5

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November 10, 2017, 08:30:27 PM
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How To Multi Mine The Wallet

(because the only pool sucks)

1st go to %appdata%/ROICOIN/

Make a file called ROIcoin.conf

Paste this in to it.

Code:
rpcuser=mine
rpcpassword=miner
rpcallowip=0.0.0.0/0
rpcport=23110
rpcthreads=40
server=1
daemon=1
gen=0
miningaddress=RKJsmDd93RmE1zDKn7Vr3vSYF6fTGkWsiq

RPCport = 3377
addnode=85.143.174.214
addnode=138.197.172.223
addnode=165.227.10.125
addnode=159.203.91.200
addnode=99.198.174.212

Now save.

Now download HODLminer by woolf http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/download/hodlminer-wolf-2.zip

Or any of the other miners you like. Cheesy


Edit the bat file of the miner on the PC running the wallet to look like this.


Code:
hodlminer.exe -o http://127.0.0.1:23110 -u mine -p miner -t 4 -q -D --coinbase-addr=RKJsmDd93RmE1zDKn7Vr3vSYF6fTGkWsiq -P

And you are good to go on the PC running the wallet.

To mine the wallet from a 2nd or 3rd PC all you have to do is find out the IP of the PC running the wallet. In my case its 192.168.0.4

So now download a miner to your other PC that you wish to mine from and edit the .bat file to look like this


Code:
hodlminer.exe -o http://192.168.0.4:23110 -u mine -p miner -t 4 -q -D --coinbase-addr=RKJsmDd93RmE1zDKn7Vr3vSYF6fTGkWsiq -P

That is all you need to do to mine with 1 computer or 50+. The computers just need to be on the same network as the computer running the wallet.

Dont forget to change wallet key for your own and change the amount of threads "-t"

I like most of you was getting a nice set of coins from the pool often. Now I get less than 20 a day with over 1KH so I have set this up and tested it. It works and I have mined 2 blocks today. I would like to point out that when solo mining you make blocks not hash them. So things are not going to look the same as when you are pool mining.

If I helped you you can send me a coin to say thanks here   RXd3GwmQA9wdTftDyzYuv29bzgKa4EwnJb


a small note:- if you dont want pages of info, just remove the -P from the miners bat file. you`ll still get hash rate info (because we love numbers right?)
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November 10, 2017, 09:01:50 PM
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So. I get that there is a pretty ill vibe regarding the pool...

I just received 72+ ROI from the pool.

My shares has been submitted within the past 36 hours.

Here is proof:

I am not trying to restart any debate on whether the pool is good or bad. I can merely confirm that I, for one, have received more than 20 ROI.
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November 11, 2017, 12:04:06 AM
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Hello Everyone,

The DNS Seeder is up and running...  We appear to have 1572 connections on the network.   Wink

I am curious to see if this helps to improve latency.  Unfortunately, it is not always easy to tell, because when a CPU is "creating" a block, the "ms" time to an observer, grows, until the block is spit out.

There have been a couple more nodes added, mostly in the European and Russian areas.  Those nodes have been added to the seed node conf files.

Your feedback as always is greatly appreciated.

About the in-house pool.  We are still working on a solution for cost effective yet superior security.  DDoS attacks are going to happen.  So our objective is still a zero fee pool based on coiniumserv.  But how to protect it best as well as setting up fail-overs for the inevitable attacks.  We will keep you posted.

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November 11, 2017, 02:19:29 AM
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So. I get that there is a pretty ill vibe regarding the pool...

I just received 72+ ROI from the pool.

My shares has been submitted within the past 36 hours.

Here is proof:

I am not trying to restart any debate on whether the pool is good or bad. I can merely confirm that I, for one, have received more than 20 ROI.

How much power of Hs do you have
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November 11, 2017, 03:31:06 AM
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ROI Coin is at Trade Satoshi but from what I understand they have a voting system for the coin to get listed. Any suggestions on how to best get through the voting system there would be greatly appreciated...

https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote

Also I see a column for paid votes with Doge and a column for free votes. Does the coin have to get to the number spot to get listed? Also there is a timer running, when that timer runs out do all the coins reset and start over?

the best thing you can do is to start a voting bounty like you give a fixed amount of ROI for each vote at least that's what most devs do

I see but is that against the BCT rules? I read up on the free coin giveway but am really a bit confused on that.

Another idea would be to sell ROI for DOGE and then use the doge to pay for the listing. Problem is ROI is not paired with DOGE at CoinsMarkets exchange. Another issue is you're talking about $5,000 USD of Doge to get listed and I just can't believe the listing there is worth that much money  Shocked
nope it's not against the rules you can just create a bounty for it

wow really 5000$ for listing ? Shocked i don't think it's worth it since the exchange doesn't have that much marketcap, try yobit instead i heard that they only charge like 0.1/0.5

Tradesatoshi requires $5k USD for listing fee?

BTW, you're right that yobit requires only 0.1 or 0.5 btc for listing fee, but trading volume might not be good. Still a good alternative...



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November 11, 2017, 04:15:12 AM
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ROI Coin is at Trade Satoshi but from what I understand they have a voting system for the coin to get listed. Any suggestions on how to best get through the voting system there would be greatly appreciated...

https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote

Also I see a column for paid votes with Doge and a column for free votes. Does the coin have to get to the number spot to get listed? Also there is a timer running, when that timer runs out do all the coins reset and start over?

the best thing you can do is to start a voting bounty like you give a fixed amount of ROI for each vote at least that's what most devs do

I see but is that against the BCT rules? I read up on the free coin giveway but am really a bit confused on that.

Another idea would be to sell ROI for DOGE and then use the doge to pay for the listing. Problem is ROI is not paired with DOGE at CoinsMarkets exchange. Another issue is you're talking about $5,000 USD of Doge to get listed and I just can't believe the listing there is worth that much money  Shocked
nope it's not against the rules you can just create a bounty for it

wow really 5000$ for listing ? Shocked i don't think it's worth it since the exchange doesn't have that much marketcap, try yobit instead i heard that they only charge like 0.1/0.5

Tradesatoshi requires $5k USD for listing fee?

BTW, you're right that yobit requires only 0.1 or 0.5 btc for listing fee, but trading volume might not be good. Still a good alternative...

If you go to https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote the top paid vote is 3861735 which really means 3861735 Doge coins. Go over to CoinGecko and check out 3861735 Doge to USD and you come up at $5020.2555  Cry

So yeah if you felt like buying and throwing 5K+USD  Shocked of Doge in there you could get listed.

So far I've been super impressed with CoinsMarket Exchange. They were a lot less expensive than Trade Satoshi and I love how they pay POS on coins I never saw that before. I'm still waiting on Southxchange, Yobit and KUcoin and we'll see what's up with that.

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 11, 2017, 04:23:59 AM
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ROI Coin is at Trade Satoshi but from what I understand they have a voting system for the coin to get listed. Any suggestions on how to best get through the voting system there would be greatly appreciated...

https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote

Also I see a column for paid votes with Doge and a column for free votes. Does the coin have to get to the number spot to get listed? Also there is a timer running, when that timer runs out do all the coins reset and start over?

the best thing you can do is to start a voting bounty like you give a fixed amount of ROI for each vote at least that's what most devs do

I have seen this. I got 70 BCCS coins for voting Cheesy

FYI, TradeSatoshi has indicated on twitter that they will stop free votes after this round hence only way to get listed would be via paid votes.

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November 11, 2017, 04:36:44 AM
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ROI Coin is at Trade Satoshi but from what I understand they have a voting system for the coin to get listed. Any suggestions on how to best get through the voting system there would be greatly appreciated...

https://tradesatoshi.com/Vote

Also I see a column for paid votes with Doge and a column for free votes. Does the coin have to get to the number spot to get listed? Also there is a timer running, when that timer runs out do all the coins reset and start over?

the best thing you can do is to start a voting bounty like you give a fixed amount of ROI for each vote at least that's what most devs do

I have seen this. I got 70 BCCS coins for voting Cheesy

FYI, TradeSatoshi has indicated on twitter that they will stop free votes after this round hence only way to get listed would be via paid votes.

wow no kidding huh? I coulda swore I just saw them tweet that the free votes got deleted when the clock reset and the paid votes stayed in play for the next round? Either way I don't see my dropping north of 5K on that exchange wow...

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 11, 2017, 05:10:07 AM
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Quick Update:

German, Japanese and Vietnamese ANN translations are finished, posted and added to the 1st ANN.

You can view them at the links listed below.

Also, if you can translate any that are not yet done let me know and you'll get a bounty.

Plus that if you feel another language should be added let me know.

Chinese: Coming Soon
Filipino: I'm personally doing this for Tagalog, Ilocano and Kankanaey
French: I'm personally doing this
German: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2385065.msg24370866#msg24370866
Hindi: Coming Soon
Italian: Coming Soon
Japanese: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2380605.new#new
Korean: Coming Soon
Russian: Coming Soon
Spanish: I'm personally doing this
Vietnamese: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2385879.msg24377942#msg24377942

To Request Additional Language Translations: Email: founder@roi-coin.com

Lastly, if you speak these languages feel free to share them with others who speak the translated language. Our goal is mass adoption and by that we mean global all inclusive everyone is welcome.

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November 11, 2017, 06:26:53 AM
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How To Multi Mine The Wallet

(because the only pool sucks)

1st go to %appdata%/ROICOIN/

Make a file called ROIcoin.conf

Paste this in to it.

Code:
rpcuser=mine
rpcpassword=miner
rpcallowip=0.0.0.0/0
rpcport=23110
rpcthreads=40
server=1
daemon=1
gen=0
miningaddress=RKJsmDd93RmE1zDKn7Vr3vSYF6fTGkWsiq

RPCport = 3377
addnode=85.143.174.214
addnode=138.197.172.223
addnode=165.227.10.125
addnode=159.203.91.200
addnode=99.198.174.212

Now save.

Now download HODLminer by woolf http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/download/hodlminer-wolf-2.zip

Or any of the other miners you like. Cheesy


Edit the bat file of the miner on the PC running the wallet to look like this.


Code:
hodlminer.exe -o http://127.0.0.1:23110 -u mine -p miner -t 4 -q -D --coinbase-addr=RKJsmDd93RmE1zDKn7Vr3vSYF6fTGkWsiq -P

And you are good to go on the PC running the wallet.

To mine the wallet from a 2nd or 3rd PC all you have to do is find out the IP of the PC running the wallet. In my case its 192.168.0.4

So now download a miner to your other PC that you wish to mine from and edit the .bat file to look like this


Code:
hodlminer.exe -o http://192.168.0.4:23110 -u mine -p miner -t 4 -q -D --coinbase-addr=RKJsmDd93RmE1zDKn7Vr3vSYF6fTGkWsiq -P

That is all you need to do to mine with 1 computer or 50+. The computers just need to be on the same network as the computer running the wallet.

Dont forget to change wallet key for your own and change the amount of threads "-t"

I like most of you was getting a nice set of coins from the pool often. Now I get less than 20 a day with over 1KH so I have set this up and tested it. It works and I have mined 2 blocks today. I would like to point out that when solo mining you make blocks not hash them. So things are not going to look the same as when you are pool mining.

If I helped you you can send me a coin to say thanks here   RXd3GwmQA9wdTftDyzYuv29bzgKa4EwnJb

Never done mining through longpoll before. I'm getting the following instead of hashrate. Is it correct?

[2017-11-11 14:24:14] LONGPOLL pushed new work
[2017-11-11 14:24:14] DEBUG: got new work in 18 ms
[2017-11-11 14:24:21] DEBUG: got new work in 8 ms
[2017-11-11 14:24:24] LONGPOLL pushed new work
[2017-11-11 14:24:28] DEBUG: got new work in 9 ms
[2017-11-11 14:24:42] LONGPOLL pushed new work
[2017-11-11 14:24:42] DEBUG: got new work in 22 ms
[2017-11-11 14:24:55] DEBUG: got new work in 8 ms

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November 11, 2017, 06:44:07 AM
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Yep, everything is fine.

When you see "LONGPOLL pushed new work" it means a block was found and you got new work to try your luck.
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November 11, 2017, 06:45:08 AM
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Yep, everything is fine.

When you see "LONGPOLL pushed new work" it means a block was found and you got new work to try your luck.

Aha! Thanks.

Was afraid I was doing something wrong. Unfortunately, no luck so far  Sad

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November 11, 2017, 07:07:07 AM
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So. I get that there is a pretty ill vibe regarding the pool...

I just received 72+ ROI from the pool.

My shares has been submitted within the past 36 hours.

Here is proof:

I am not trying to restart any debate on whether the pool is good or bad. I can merely confirm that I, for one, have received more than 20 ROI.

How much power of Hs do you have


Well my terminal is giving me results between 380-460 hash/s. I haven't yet run a benchmark on it. And have been switching between pool, solo-mining and then the 3rd-party-miner pointed to wallet. So I cannot be exact.
When I stated 36 hours, that was a pretty rough estimate. And yesterday I spent most of the day trying to dial in some stable OC-settings for my CPU, which is a core I7-3770k. Now running at 4.6Ghz on 4 cores.
I was just pretty sure that I had been only giving the pool a try within that time-frame. But not constantly mining on it for 36 hours straight. Since others have stated that they've waited forever for a payout, I'm guessing that this is why I received ~72-ROI in one transaction. Since my post I have received another 20.

I use this miner http://cryptomining-blog.com/8196-new-faster-hodlminer-and-a-new-mining-pool-for-it-now-available/ since I have found that it is the fastest for my chip(Ivy bridge). But I cannot take any credit for it, or vouch for it in any other way. It just works for me.

I did manage to hit two blocks on solo mining through the wallet's miner, which I think was extremely lucky. I've hit none through the 3rd-party-pointing trick.

Someone posted a link to an *.xls file earlier, which I think could be a great way to compare performance data across different chips, miner-releases and OS'es. I just didn't know what to do with it. My browser just downloads the file.

Anyway that's my two satosh  Wink 
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November 11, 2017, 07:28:01 AM
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looking forward to mine it Smiley

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November 11, 2017, 10:05:41 AM
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Someone posted a link to an *.xls file earlier, which I think could be a great way to compare performance data across different chips, miner-releases and OS'es. I just didn't know what to do with it. My browser just downloads the file.

At the moment I have just a Excel spreadsheet to gather benchmarks and I have added all results manually. You can send a priv missage to me so I don't miss your benchmark results.

Roi and Hodlcoin use the same miner.

It would be good if you let 'hodlminer --becnhmark -q' to run let's say 5 minutes and calculate the average. I copy pasted the output of hodlminer to LibreOffice Calc and calculated the average.

http://hodlcoin.oo.fi:8080/cpus/CPU_vs_Hash_rate.xls

I converted the Excel file to XHTML so you can open the results in your browsers.

http://hodlcoin.oo.fi:8080/cpus/CPU_vs_Hash_rate.xhtml

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By the way. To get better hash rate from your wallet check if your wallet use AES-NI optimization. Instructions for Hodlcoin (for Roicoin replace "hodlcoin" by "ROIcoin") https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1317918.msg23710305#msg23710305

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