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Author Topic: BiblePay | Masternodes | Sanctuaries | POBH - ASIC Resistant | 10% ORPHANS  (Read 86960 times)
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May 15, 2018, 11:28:52 AM
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Important, prayers needed.

From https://www.instagram.com/p/Biyly7Rlm7d/?hl=en&taken-by=compassionau

"URGENT PRAYER REQUEST
On Friday a dam burst in Solai, western Kenya, sending a wall of water 1.5 metres high and 500 metres wide towards the homes below. 30 Compassion assisted children remain missing. Please join us in praying that each one will be found safe, for provision to support the urgent needs of affected families, and for peace and comfort for those who have lost loved ones. As always, if your sponsored child has been directly affected, we will contact you as soon as we have information. Thank you so much. Your prayers make a difference!"
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May 15, 2018, 12:20:33 PM
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Important, prayers needed.

From https://www.instagram.com/p/Biyly7Rlm7d/?hl=en&taken-by=compassionau

"URGENT PRAYER REQUEST
On Friday a dam burst in Solai, western Kenya, sending a wall of water 1.5 metres high and 500 metres wide towards the homes below. 30 Compassion assisted children remain missing. Please join us in praying that each one will be found safe, for provision to support the urgent needs of affected families, and for peace and comfort for those who have lost loved ones. As always, if your sponsored child has been directly affected, we will contact you as soon as we have information. Thank you so much. Your prayers make a difference!"


Praying, for the children and the rest involved.
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May 15, 2018, 11:29:01 PM
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Im sure you can find rpc examples to get it working:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Multisignature


Is this something you plan to expose in the QT wallet in the future?

We already have it, you just take the rpc commands used in bitcoin to create a multisig address, you fund it, and when you want to spend it you use the createrawtransaction, signrawtransaction and broadcastrawtransaction to send it out of the multisig.  You must sign for each keyholder however before you broadcast.

More specifically, I am wondering if you will create a user interface in the QT wallet to do all of this for those of us who are command line challenged.

Maybe if Bitcoin adds this as a UI feature, it'll be easier to integrate into BiblePay QT wallet.

Or if I'm motivated to write a document detailing the steps with screenshots.
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May 15, 2018, 11:33:17 PM
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I watch the wallet as the day goes on .. lol
Most often it seems to be <10k .. but occasionally I see spikes to 15k  today I saw 45k at one point.
Also, watching block rewards diminish,  I earned a block at 350 subsidy, while most average closer to 500.

Difficulty per block changes based on how quickly the block is solved, network hash rate, etc. This is all to keep interval between blocks as consistent as possible. Subsidy is base block reward plus transaction fees. Of course, your total block payout will change. Maybe you can point to specifics but I'm NOT seeing a threat from botnets or any issues between weekday vs weekend, day vs evening, etc.
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May 15, 2018, 11:39:28 PM
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cant believe this project is still actually going   Shocked
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May 16, 2018, 12:09:08 AM
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Difficulty per block changes based on how quickly the block is solved, network hash rate, etc. This is all to keep interval between blocks as consistent as possible. Subsidy is base block reward plus transaction fees. Of course, your total block payout will change. Maybe you can point to specifics but I'm NOT seeing a threat from botnets or any issues between weekday vs weekend, day vs evening, etc.

I get that,  i'm looking into mining some of the block data to see.  Perhap's i'm imagining things?  wouldn't be the first time.  I've been watching purepool and the daily block wins vs 1 day mined.   It seems to have dropped from 40k-ish earned to 20k.

It doesn't mean much I suppose, other than solo-miners taking over? 

I'll sit back and watch some more Smiley
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May 16, 2018, 01:59:07 AM
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28 minutes since last block so far. I know, I know, law of averages...but that's weird.
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May 16, 2018, 07:11:51 AM
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Im sure you can find rpc examples to get it working:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Multisignature

Is this something you plan to expose in the QT wallet in the future?

We already have it, you just take the rpc commands used in bitcoin to create a multisig address, you fund it, and when you want to spend it you use the createrawtransaction, signrawtransaction and broadcastrawtransaction to send it out of the multisig.  You must sign for each keyholder however before you broadcast.

More specifically, I am wondering if you will create a user interface in the QT wallet to do all of this for those of us who are command line challenged.

Maybe if Bitcoin adds this as a UI feature, it'll be easier to integrate into BiblePay QT wallet.

Or if I'm motivated to write a document detailing the steps with screenshots.

Electrum has multi-sig UI, including Dash Electrum and Stratis Electrum. So I don't know what is the future for us, but for now I will soon try the CLI way in BiblePay and if I'm successful, I will write a guide and a wiki article.

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May 16, 2018, 08:40:59 AM
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28 minutes since last block so far. I know, I know, law of averages...but that's weird.

It has been different from what the announcement said, is not every 7 minutes to solve each block. Undecided
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May 16, 2018, 08:54:07 AM
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finally proposal list looks good ... thx ROb


but why didnt work Funded List ?

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May 16, 2018, 12:07:08 PM
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28 minutes since last block so far. I know, I know, law of averages...but that's weird.

It has been different from what the announcement said, is not every 7 minutes to solve each block. Undecided

Well, no chain meets that exactly, all the time - difficulty gets adjusted after each block to attempt to hold the average. While it took 30 minutes to get the block I was watching, the next 4 came super fast (like 1-2 minutes apart). It's more a curiosity than anything else. You can't predict exactly when a hash will be solved, just keep adjusting with the new information as you get it.
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May 16, 2018, 12:13:14 PM
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I have a question regarding WCG. Since R@H still doesn't work properly on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS I created a WCG account under the exact same e-mail address I use for Rosetta. Unfortunately the CPID for WCG does NOT match my current CPID.

Now I associated WCG on ONE machine and it currently solves a couple of tasks. As Rob wrote on #5953 this issue should solve itself within a day or so.
Now my question: is a matching email the only requirement for this automatic fix? Since my current user name for R@H was already taken I chose a different one for WCG. Is this a problem? In that case I would simply change BOTH user names to a (third) user name that is not taken on any of the projects. Regarding that: will changing the user name affect my payout/BBP association?
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May 16, 2018, 01:53:50 PM
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Hi

I recently introduced a family member to BBP - he mines with a small laptop and was getting a few coins a day from Rosetta RAC

A couple of weeks back - payment stopped  - although the had RAC and a stake
Everything looked OK - latest wallet / CPID  / RAC / stake / etc     but still no payments

I tried adding UTXOamount =xxxx even though it is supposed to automaticallly pick up the stake - lo and behold - payments started again
FYI - his stake is about 3500 BBP

I see a lot of smaill miners in the superBlock report in the same situation - ie: 0 magnitude although they have RAC
I wonder if there is an issue picking up the UTXOamount for small stakes

TIA and regards
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May 16, 2018, 02:33:23 PM
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Hi

I recently introduced a family member to BBP - he mines with a small laptop and was getting a few coins a day from Rosetta RAC

A couple of weeks back - payment stopped  - although the had RAC and a stake
Everything looked OK - latest wallet / CPID  / RAC / stake / etc     but still no payments

I tried adding UTXOamount =xxxx even though it is supposed to automaticallly pick up the stake - lo and behold - payments started again
FYI - his stake is about 3500 BBP

I see a lot of smaill miners in the superBlock report in the same situation - ie: 0 magnitude although they have RAC
I wonder if there is an issue picking up the UTXOamount for small stakes

TIA and regards
PM

 

You might try to add below command while not a "UTXOamount" , WIKI is out date but no one edit it....

utxooverride=123456
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May 16, 2018, 02:35:10 PM
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I have a question regarding WCG. Since R@H still doesn't work properly on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS I created a WCG account under the exact same e-mail address I use for Rosetta. Unfortunately the CPID for WCG does NOT match my current CPID.

If you want the Rosetta@Home CPID (the older CPID) to transfer to the WCG CPID, you have to run both projects on BOINC. This way, they know that the older CPID should apply to the WCG. Usually, it only takes a few hours for the update to occur. This is from the BOINC GUI, I'm not sure if the boinccmd (command line version on Linux) knows if other project's CPID should be changed.
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May 16, 2018, 02:36:00 PM
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28 minutes since last block so far. I know, I know, law of averages...but that's weird.

It has been different from what the announcement said, is not every 7 minutes to solve each block. Undecided

Well, no chain meets that exactly, all the time - difficulty gets adjusted after each block to attempt to hold the average. While it took 30 minutes to get the block I was watching, the next 4 came super fast (like 1-2 minutes apart). It's more a curiosity than anything else. You can't predict exactly when a hash will be solved, just keep adjusting with the new information as you get it.

I know that but it's just weird what like noxpost said.
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May 16, 2018, 02:36:41 PM
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utxooverride=123456

I thought utxooverride=-1 was for ppl that have extra wallet miners that do not want PODCupdate sent from a specific wallet miner. For example, you have two BiblePay QT wallet up and the one with utxooverride=-1 does not send PODCUPDATES.
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May 16, 2018, 02:39:09 PM
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I know that but it's just weird what like noxpost said.

No, not weird at all. Algorithm can't predict when hashers will submit a hash that solves the block. It can only set the difficulty to get an average as close to 7 minutes as possible.
You can read about Dark Gravity Well (DGW) here: https://docs.dash.org/en/latest/introduction/features.html#dark-gravity-wave
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May 16, 2018, 03:31:04 PM
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I have a question regarding WCG. Since R@H still doesn't work properly on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS I created a WCG account under the exact same e-mail address I use for Rosetta. Unfortunately the CPID for WCG does NOT match my current CPID.

If you want the Rosetta@Home CPID (the older CPID) to transfer to the WCG CPID, you have to run both projects on BOINC. This way, they know that the older CPID should apply to the WCG. Usually, it only takes a few hours for the update to occur. This is from the BOINC GUI, I'm not sure if the boinccmd (command line version on Linux) knows if other project's CPID should be changed.

Thx, that's what I'm currently doing right now, let's see how things work out. Wink
Additionally I copied my desired CPID to the "external_cpid" field in client_state.xml (as described here: https://steemit.com/gridcoin/@dutch/the-definitive-guide-to-fixing-a-split-cpid-gridcoin-s-and-boinc-s-1-problem). Not sure if this is gonna help^^.


On a completely unrelated note: I think someone found a way to crunch Rosetta tasks with GPUs. This user: https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/hosts_user.php?sort=expavg_credit&rev=0&show_all=0&userid=1994560 has machines with completely ridiculous CPUs but sporting 6 AMD cards. His best machine is currently at a whopping 19k RAC, which most certainly does not hail from the single Celeron G1620.  Cool
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May 16, 2018, 03:54:42 PM
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On a completely unrelated note: I think someone found a way to crunch Rosetta tasks with GPUs.

I think you're getting punked. Someone more likely spoofed the CPU & GPU ids sent from BOINC.
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