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Author Topic: BiblePay | 10% to Orphan-Charity | POBH CPU | Sanctuaries (Masternodes)  (Read 204769 times)
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November 09, 2019, 02:28:52 AM
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Is there a way to see how many BiblePay nodes we have online?

Chainz shows seeing 176 in the last 24 hours
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bbp/#!network

Iquidus shows 4,553?
http://explorer.biblepay.org/network

I can't really fathom where Iquidis is garnering 4,553; maybe something to do with peers.dat, but looking at Iquidis, which appears to be much closer, I believe iquidis is counting the distinct public node IP connections (IE full nodes with open firewall ports accepting inbound connections).

This is a little speculative, but my best guess on this is to multiply the 176 by 2 or 3 or so and round it off to about 500 nodes.
This is because private nodes who did not expose the firewall port can't be seen by iquidis and our bitcoin codebase does not attempt to track IPs (we just save peer info in peers.dat but thats not being reported on).


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November 09, 2019, 05:13:36 AM
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Is there a way to see how many BiblePay nodes we have online?

Chainz shows seeing 176 in the last 24 hours
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bbp/#!network

Iquidus shows 4,553?
http://explorer.biblepay.org/network

I can't really fathom where Iquidis is garnering 4,553; maybe something to do with peers.dat, but looking at Iquidis, which appears to be much closer, I believe iquidis is counting the distinct public node IP connections (IE full nodes with open firewall ports accepting inbound connections).

This is a little speculative, but my best guess on this is to multiply the 176 by 2 or 3 or so and round it off to about 500 nodes.
This is because private nodes who did not expose the firewall port can't be seen by iquidis and our bitcoin codebase does not attempt to track IPs (we just save peer info in peers.dat but thats not being reported on).

Iquidus is showing nodes from the 1.1.4 days so it is just an accumulation of nodes over the months. Just sanctuaries is about 165, so there's definitely more than that. I'm curious to see what the last used from the rich list says...

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November 09, 2019, 09:19:51 PM
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Hello!
I have noticed that I wasn't mining with the regular wallet/miner.
It seems the pool has been updated (to nomp), but there is also a new miner, etc.
I am a bit lost, can I still mine with the regular wallet? Do I need to re-register in the new pool with the same username?
Also, it appeard a big unexpected increase in BBPs, so probably I mined in a fork once. I did an  -erasechain=1, and wallet seem ok, but that transaction still appears in the transactions log.
I have updated the config file with the new miner 5m ago, and it still showing "poolmining": false, but I do not know if I need to wait longer, or do something more.
Thank you,

go to tools, wallet repair
recover transactions 1

here are instructions on how to mine on nomp pool:

https://whitewalr.us/2019/biblepay-nomp-pool-mining.html

there are currently three to choose from:

http://5.135.183.202/

http://leopool.biblepay.org:8080/

http://nomp.biblepay.org/



Ok, I am trying to fix it.
Now I am quite worried. I have certain  BBPs shown in the 'BBP client', which seems the correct amount.
Like a year ago I've created a wallet which I use for mining. If I check it in the 'BBP explorer' site, it shows really slow amount and transactions each 15days to another wallet, emptying the mining wallet.
The destination wallet is registered in the 'BBP client' as CHRISTIAN-PUBLIC-KEY, and when checked in the 'explorer site', it shows almost the full amount I must own.

Am I doing something wrong? Is the 'Christian' wallet as well one of my wallets? How it is controlled the rate in which BBP mined coins in the mining wallet are send to that Christian wallet?

I am sorry if they are too basic questions. I am just a bit scared (although my BBPs are probably really low compared to any of the forum users hehe).

Thank you
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November 09, 2019, 09:31:00 PM
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Hello!
I have noticed that I wasn't mining with the regular wallet/miner.
It seems the pool has been updated (to nomp), but there is also a new miner, etc.
I am a bit lost, can I still mine with the regular wallet? Do I need to re-register in the new pool with the same username?
Also, it appeard a big unexpected increase in BBPs, so probably I mined in a fork once. I did an  -erasechain=1, and wallet seem ok, but that transaction still appears in the transactions log.
I have updated the config file with the new miner 5m ago, and it still showing "poolmining": false, but I do not know if I need to wait longer, or do something more.
Thank you,

go to tools, wallet repair
recover transactions 1

here are instructions on how to mine on nomp pool:

https://whitewalr.us/2019/biblepay-nomp-pool-mining.html

there are currently three to choose from:

http://5.135.183.202/

http://leopool.biblepay.org:8080/

http://nomp.biblepay.org/



Ok, I am trying to fix it.
Now I am quite worried. I have certain  BBPs shown in the 'BBP client', which seems the correct amount.
Like a year ago I've created a wallet which I use for mining. If I check it in the 'BBP explorer' site, it shows really slow amount and transactions each 15days to another wallet, emptying the mining wallet.
The destination wallet is registered in the 'BBP client' as CHRISTIAN-PUBLIC-KEY, and when checked in the 'explorer site', it shows almost the full amount I must own.

Am I doing something wrong? Is the 'Christian' wallet as well one of my wallets? How it is controlled the rate in which BBP mined coins in the mining wallet are send to that Christian wallet?

I am sorry if they are too basic questions. I am just a bit scared (although my BBPs are probably really low compared to any of the forum users hehe).

Thank you

Hi Buddy-

Well first of all the Christian-Public-Key address in Prod does nothing special, it doesn't hold any special amount (although the one in TestNet does).

So to jump right to the explanation, each of your keys has a different balance.
I think the easiest way to see this is for you to go to : Settings | Check Enable Coin Control features.
Then go to Send Money | Coin Control.

Take a look at the balances per public key.  Those equal each of the explorers balances per public key.
When you add them up they equal your grand total.

This is primarily for Dashs anonymity feature(s).


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November 09, 2019, 10:25:40 PM
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Hello!
I have noticed that I wasn't mining with the regular wallet/miner.
It seems the pool has been updated (to nomp), but there is also a new miner, etc.
I am a bit lost, can I still mine with the regular wallet? Do I need to re-register in the new pool with the same username?
Also, it appeard a big unexpected increase in BBPs, so probably I mined in a fork once. I did an  -erasechain=1, and wallet seem ok, but that transaction still appears in the transactions log.
I have updated the config file with the new miner 5m ago, and it still showing "poolmining": false, but I do not know if I need to wait longer, or do something more.
Thank you,

go to tools, wallet repair
recover transactions 1

here are instructions on how to mine on nomp pool:

https://whitewalr.us/2019/biblepay-nomp-pool-mining.html

there are currently three to choose from:

http://5.135.183.202/

http://leopool.biblepay.org:8080/

http://nomp.biblepay.org/



Ok, I am trying to fix it.
Now I am quite worried. I have certain  BBPs shown in the 'BBP client', which seems the correct amount.
Like a year ago I've created a wallet which I use for mining. If I check it in the 'BBP explorer' site, it shows really slow amount and transactions each 15days to another wallet, emptying the mining wallet.
The destination wallet is registered in the 'BBP client' as CHRISTIAN-PUBLIC-KEY, and when checked in the 'explorer site', it shows almost the full amount I must own.

Am I doing something wrong? Is the 'Christian' wallet as well one of my wallets? How it is controlled the rate in which BBP mined coins in the mining wallet are send to that Christian wallet?

I am sorry if they are too basic questions. I am just a bit scared (although my BBPs are probably really low compared to any of the forum users hehe).

Thank you

Hi Buddy-

Well first of all the Christian-Public-Key address in Prod does nothing special, it doesn't hold any special amount (although the one in TestNet does).

So to jump right to the explanation, each of your keys has a different balance.
I think the easiest way to see this is for you to go to : Settings | Check Enable Coin Control features.
Then go to Send Money | Coin Control.

Take a look at the balances per public key.  Those equal each of the explorers balances per public key.
When you add them up they equal your grand total.

This is primarily for Dashs anonymity feature(s).



Yes, as you said the balance under coin control fits with the total amount in the BBP Client, and makes sense when trying to send them (the coin control works at expected).
However, most of my BBPs are in the Christian-Public-Key. The mined BPPs againt a pool stored in a mining wallet address is re-sending ~~each 15 days the mined coins to that wallet.
Is it ok? Then my holding wallet is the Christian-Public key, right?
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November 09, 2019, 10:46:46 PM
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Hello!
I have noticed that I wasn't mining with the regular wallet/miner.
It seems the pool has been updated (to nomp), but there is also a new miner, etc.
I am a bit lost, can I still mine with the regular wallet? Do I need to re-register in the new pool with the same username?
Also, it appeard a big unexpected increase in BBPs, so probably I mined in a fork once. I did an  -erasechain=1, and wallet seem ok, but that transaction still appears in the transactions log.
I have updated the config file with the new miner 5m ago, and it still showing "poolmining": false, but I do not know if I need to wait longer, or do something more.
Thank you,

go to tools, wallet repair
recover transactions 1

here are instructions on how to mine on nomp pool:

https://whitewalr.us/2019/biblepay-nomp-pool-mining.html

there are currently three to choose from:

http://5.135.183.202/

http://leopool.biblepay.org:8080/

http://nomp.biblepay.org/



Ok, I am trying to fix it.
Now I am quite worried. I have certain  BBPs shown in the 'BBP client', which seems the correct amount.
Like a year ago I've created a wallet which I use for mining. If I check it in the 'BBP explorer' site, it shows really slow amount and transactions each 15days to another wallet, emptying the mining wallet.
The destination wallet is registered in the 'BBP client' as CHRISTIAN-PUBLIC-KEY, and when checked in the 'explorer site', it shows almost the full amount I must own.

Am I doing something wrong? Is the 'Christian' wallet as well one of my wallets? How it is controlled the rate in which BBP mined coins in the mining wallet are send to that Christian wallet?

I am sorry if they are too basic questions. I am just a bit scared (although my BBPs are probably really low compared to any of the forum users hehe).

Thank you

Hi Buddy-

Well first of all the Christian-Public-Key address in Prod does nothing special, it doesn't hold any special amount (although the one in TestNet does).

So to jump right to the explanation, each of your keys has a different balance.
I think the easiest way to see this is for you to go to : Settings | Check Enable Coin Control features.
Then go to Send Money | Coin Control.

Take a look at the balances per public key.  Those equal each of the explorers balances per public key.
When you add them up they equal your grand total.

This is primarily for Dashs anonymity feature(s).



Yes, as you said the balance under coin control fits with the total amount in the BBP Client, and makes sense when trying to send them (the coin control works at expected).
However, most of my BBPs are in the Christian-Public-Key. The mined BPPs againt a pool stored in a mining wallet address is re-sending ~~each 15 days the mined coins to that wallet.
Is it ok? Then my holding wallet is the Christian-Public key, right?

Yes, its OK, this is because in Prod, we send most of your change back to the CPK.  This is to allow the GSC system to auto-stake them continuing the cycle.

If you want them out of the CPK, just select them in coin control by checking that address then send them to one of your other owned addresses and the coins will then be out of your CPK.


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November 09, 2019, 11:02:09 PM
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Hello!
I have noticed that I wasn't mining with the regular wallet/miner.
It seems the pool has been updated (to nomp), but there is also a new miner, etc.
I am a bit lost, can I still mine with the regular wallet? Do I need to re-register in the new pool with the same username?
Also, it appeard a big unexpected increase in BBPs, so probably I mined in a fork once. I did an  -erasechain=1, and wallet seem ok, but that transaction still appears in the transactions log.
I have updated the config file with the new miner 5m ago, and it still showing "poolmining": false, but I do not know if I need to wait longer, or do something more.
Thank you,

go to tools, wallet repair
recover transactions 1

here are instructions on how to mine on nomp pool:

https://whitewalr.us/2019/biblepay-nomp-pool-mining.html

there are currently three to choose from:

http://5.135.183.202/

http://leopool.biblepay.org:8080/

http://nomp.biblepay.org/



Ok, I am trying to fix it.
Now I am quite worried. I have certain  BBPs shown in the 'BBP client', which seems the correct amount.
Like a year ago I've created a wallet which I use for mining. If I check it in the 'BBP explorer' site, it shows really slow amount and transactions each 15days to another wallet, emptying the mining wallet.
The destination wallet is registered in the 'BBP client' as CHRISTIAN-PUBLIC-KEY, and when checked in the 'explorer site', it shows almost the full amount I must own.

Am I doing something wrong? Is the 'Christian' wallet as well one of my wallets? How it is controlled the rate in which BBP mined coins in the mining wallet are send to that Christian wallet?

I am sorry if they are too basic questions. I am just a bit scared (although my BBPs are probably really low compared to any of the forum users hehe).

Thank you
Well first of all the Christian-Public-Key address in Prod does nothing special, it doesn't hold any special amount (although the one in TestNet does).

So to jump right to the explanation, each of your keys has a different balance.
I think the easiest way to see this is for you to go to : Settings | Check Enable Coin Control features.
Then go to Send Money | Coin Control.

Take a look at the balances per public key.  Those equal each of the explorers balances per public key.
When you add them up they equal your grand total.

This is primarily for Dashs anonymity feature(s).



Yes, as you said the balance under coin control fits with the total amount in the BBP Client, and makes sense when trying to send them (the coin control works at expected).
However, most of my BBPs are in the Christian-Public-Key. The mined BPPs againt a pool stored in a mining wallet address is re-sending ~~each 15 days the mined coins to that wallet.
Is it ok? Then my holding wallet is the Christian-Public key, right?

Yes, its OK, this is because in Prod, we send most of your change back to the CPK.  This is to allow the GSC system to auto-stake them continuing the cycle.

If you want them out of the CPK, just select them in coin control by checking that address then send them to one of your other owned addresses and the coins will then be out of your CPK.



Got it, thanks a lot Smiley

Returning back to the topic of mining. I've followed sunk18 guides with the external miner. But I am getting "stratum_recv_line failed", perhaps my company is blocking now BBP mining connections?

PS: The wallet client synchronises, however does not mine as well.
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BiblePay listed on MiningPoolStats
https://miningpoolstats.stream/biblepay

(and they just recently tweeted us out!, please like and retweet:
https://twitter.com/miningpoolstats/status/1193313891197079557)

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How do I mine BiblePay on the NOMP pools?
https://whitewalr.us/2019/biblepay-nomp-pool-mining.html

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If anyone wants to post their pools in the Bitcointalk pool section, to help spread BBP, please do!
Heres an older thread I made: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2657167

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We were also listed on Wheretomine.io
https://wheretomine.io/coins/biblepay/
(Ive just sent them additional information (transparent logo, additional pools, markets))



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November 10, 2019, 01:32:54 AM
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Hello!
I have noticed that I wasn't mining with the regular wallet/miner.
It seems the pool has been updated (to nomp), but there is also a new miner, etc.
I am a bit lost, can I still mine with the regular wallet? Do I need to re-register in the new pool with the same username?
Also, it appeard a big unexpected increase in BBPs, so probably I mined in a fork once. I did an  -erasechain=1, and wallet seem ok, but that transaction still appears in the transactions log.
I have updated the config file with the new miner 5m ago, and it still showing "poolmining": false, but I do not know if I need to wait longer, or do something more.
Thank you,

go to tools, wallet repair
recover transactions 1

here are instructions on how to mine on nomp pool:

https://whitewalr.us/2019/biblepay-nomp-pool-mining.html

there are currently three to choose from:

http://5.135.183.202/

http://leopool.biblepay.org:8080/

http://nomp.biblepay.org/



Ok, I am trying to fix it.
Now I am quite worried. I have certain  BBPs shown in the 'BBP client', which seems the correct amount.
Like a year ago I've created a wallet which I use for mining. If I check it in the 'BBP explorer' site, it shows really slow amount and transactions each 15days to another wallet, emptying the mining wallet.
The destination wallet is registered in the 'BBP client' as CHRISTIAN-PUBLIC-KEY, and when checked in the 'explorer site', it shows almost the full amount I must own.

Am I doing something wrong? Is the 'Christian' wallet as well one of my wallets? How it is controlled the rate in which BBP mined coins in the mining wallet are send to that Christian wallet?

I am sorry if they are too basic questions. I am just a bit scared (although my BBPs are probably really low compared to any of the forum users hehe).

Thank you
Well first of all the Christian-Public-Key address in Prod does nothing special, it doesn't hold any special amount (although the one in TestNet does).

So to jump right to the explanation, each of your keys has a different balance.
I think the easiest way to see this is for you to go to : Settings | Check Enable Coin Control features.
Then go to Send Money | Coin Control.

Take a look at the balances per public key.  Those equal each of the explorers balances per public key.
When you add them up they equal your grand total.

This is primarily for Dashs anonymity feature(s).



Yes, as you said the balance under coin control fits with the total amount in the BBP Client, and makes sense when trying to send them (the coin control works at expected).
However, most of my BBPs are in the Christian-Public-Key. The mined BPPs againt a pool stored in a mining wallet address is re-sending ~~each 15 days the mined coins to that wallet.
Is it ok? Then my holding wallet is the Christian-Public key, right?

Yes, its OK, this is because in Prod, we send most of your change back to the CPK.  This is to allow the GSC system to auto-stake them continuing the cycle.

If you want them out of the CPK, just select them in coin control by checking that address then send them to one of your other owned addresses and the coins will then be out of your CPK.



Got it, thanks a lot Smiley

Returning back to the topic of mining. I've followed sunk18 guides with the external miner. But I am getting "stratum_recv_line failed", perhaps my company is blocking now BBP mining connections?

PS: The wallet client synchronises, however does not mine as well.

Could you please paste your external miner startup configuration, and I will try to reproduce?


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Returning back to the topic of mining. I've followed sunk18 guides with the external miner. But I am getting "stratum_recv_line failed", perhaps my company is blocking now BBP mining connections?

stratum_recv_line failed

Are you getting this error right away, or after some mining time (like 10-30 min)?  The error means the pool disconnected you because it didn't receive a share from you for a long time. If your hash rate is low (like under 100 kh/s) then it is possible the pool difficulty is too high. If there's other connection problem right away, then it could be your company firewall. I wouldn't mine on company network or resources anyway...

You can try the different ports as a test.

URL (difficulty 4): stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202:3008
URL (vardiff 1-16): stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202:3032
URL (difficulty 256): stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202:3256

If your miner submits a share and it is accepted, miner will say:
accepted (yay!!!)

And your BBP address will show up here: http://5.135.183.202/workers

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I was listening to a prophet on The Lord is my Shepherd, and she said Jesus told her to tell the people:
"If you die in an unrepentant state, you will NOT enter into my Kingdom."

REPENT!

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Returning back to the topic of mining. I've followed sunk18 guides with the external miner. But I am getting "stratum_recv_line failed", perhaps my company is blocking now BBP mining connections?

stratum_recv_line failed

Are you getting this error right away, or after some mining time (like 10-30 min)?  The error means the pool disconnected you because it didn't receive a share from you for a long time. If your hash rate is low (like under 100 kh/s) then it is possible the pool difficulty is too high. If there's other connection problem right away, then it could be your company firewall. I wouldn't mine on company network or resources anyway...

You can try the different ports as a test.

URL (difficulty 4): stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202:3008
URL (vardiff 1-16): stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202:3032
URL (difficulty 256): stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202:3256

If your miner submits a share and it is accepted, miner will say:
accepted (yay!!!)

And your BBP address will show up here: http://5.135.183.202/workers

I am using under Windows 10:
Code:
bbpminer-x86 -o stratum+tcp://nomp.biblepay.org:3032 -u MINING_WALLET -p x

Or:
Code:
bbpminer-x86 -o stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202:3032 -u MINING_WALLET -p x

Both returns rightaway:

Code:
KJV Loaded
Using bbpminer version 1009

solo mining 0
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] 4 miner threads started, using 'pobh' algorithm.
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] Binding thread 3 to cpu 3
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] Binding thread 1 to cpu 1
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] Binding thread 2 to cpu 2
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] Binding thread 0 to cpu 0
[2019-11-10 08:57:31] stratum_recv_line failed
[2019-11-10 08:57:31] ...retry after 30 seconds

Last two lines in a loop (new line every 30 seconds).

Perhaps my hashrate is slow as I've been disconnected since 4th of November. But I cannot mine with the wallet client as well since then. The biblepay.conf file:

Code:
gen=1
genproclimit=3
minersleep=0
pool=tcp://5.135.183.202:3032
workerid=zupernovato1
workeridfunded=zupernovato2

But with getmining info:
Code:
...
"poolinfo3": "POOL DOWN-REVERTING TO SOLO MINING; POOL DOWN-REVERTING TO SOLO MINING; ",
"poolmining": false
...

Do I need to register workerids on the new pools hosts?

Do I need to turn onh WCG-BOINC once again in team BiblePay? (I've read something about it in the recent pages of this thread).
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I am using under Windows 10:
Code:
bbpminer-x86 -o stratum+tcp://nomp.biblepay.org:3032 -u MINING_WALLET -p x

Or:
Code:
bbpminer-x86 -o stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202:3032 -u MINING_WALLET -p x

Both returns rightaway:

Code:
KJV Loaded
Using bbpminer version 1009

solo mining 0
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://5.135.183.202
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] 4 miner threads started, using 'pobh' algorithm.
[2019-11-10 08:57:12] Binding thread 3 to cpu 3
[2019-11-10 08:57:31] stratum_recv_line failed
[2019-11-10 08:57:31] ...retry after 30 seconds
Last two lines in a loop (new line every 30 seconds).
Perhaps my hashrate is slow as I've been disconnected since 4th of November. But I cannot mine with the wallet client as well since then. The biblepay.conf file:
Code:
gen=1
genproclimit=3
minersleep=0
pool=tcp://5.135.183.202:3032
workerid=zupernovato1
workeridfunded=zupernovato2

But with getmining info:
Code:
...
"poolinfo3": "POOL DOWN-REVERTING TO SOLO MINING; POOL DOWN-REVERTING TO SOLO MINING; ",
"poolmining": false
...

Do I need to register workerids on the new pools hosts?

Do I need to turn onh WCG-BOINC once again in team BiblePay? (I've read something about it in the recent pages of this thread).


1) I've tested your bbpminer-x86 external miner config and it seems OK, it works for me.  I dont think you need the "-p x" at the end, but it should not be a concern.
2) I don't think its your hashrate; it doesn't sound like you ever get to the point where the miner is showing the hashmeter.  After a couple minutes you should see 'thread 1: nn KH/S'.  You can try adding "-t1" to mine on a single core (this would put more availability to one thread) and see if anything happens, but imo I dont think its the hashrate.
3) You can take out the workerid, workeridfunded, and pool settings in the biblepay.conf as currently pool.biblepay.org is out of play in favor of nomp.  Basically the internal miner in the core wallet is not being used for mining, but we are using the external miner now.  (I do have a side project to fix that, so they are equal, but for now lets all use the external miner to be equal in speed).
4) You do not need to register any workerid now, you can just use a valid BBP receive address.  Please do verify the receive address you use is valid (you get it from the core client Receiving address, or, from 'getnewaddress' . <- I would look at this as this could be the problem, nomp may be hanging up on you if its a bad address.
5) You don't need to have boinc on *yet*, but, we are going to require users to be on team BBP for WCG very soon - IE within 30 days - to earn PODC2.0 credits.  See this thread if you want to help us:  https://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=465.msg6515#msg6515

6)  If none of this helps, please try the external miner on another machine and see if it works with the same settings.  If it does, you might have a bad binary on win10, just re-download it.
7) You can also try this:  telnet nomp.biblepay.org 3032
Verify the screen clears.  This shows you have a connection to the stratum port.  There is a remote chance you have a blocked firewall in win10?


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November 10, 2019, 07:02:08 PM
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replace MINING_WALLET
with your BiblePay address

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Just fired up the external miner for the first time
Works very nicely and very simple
Kudos to all involved in the dev work

I had a thought after seeing this simple process
It is probably very familiar to anyone used to mining.
Therefore, instead of looking to getting BBP registered on more exchanges - would it not bring us more exposure to get BBP included on some of the big mining pools?
Especially as BBP is a CPU-only mining algo and would be an alt source of revenues for the GPU miners.

Just a thought and no idea what could be involved in getting this up and running
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Hey Dimarzio,

What did you have in mind as the big mining pools?
Who should we contact?

Just results I got from googling: "mining pool", "altcoin mining pool", "mining pool list", etc:

NiceHash (Is this a pool?)
https://www.nicehash.com/
https://www.nicehash.com/compatible-pools
I couldnt see easy way to contact them

Multipool
https://www.multipool.us/
support@multipool.us

2miners
https://2miners.com/
https://2miners.com/coin-listing
Standard fee is 2 BTC to list a coin

Bitcoin Wiki Pools:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Comparison_of_mining_pools

Bitcointalk Pools:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=199.0

Wheretomine Pools:
https://wheretomine.io/pools/

Prohashing:
https://prohashing.com/

MinerGate:
https://minergate.com/

MiningPoolHub:
https://miningpoolhub.com/

MiningPoolStats:
https://miningpoolstats.stream/

10 Biggest Mining Pools 2019:
https://www.buybitcoinworldwide.com/mining/pools/

7 Best Mining Pools:
https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoin-mining/pools/

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BiblePay external miner hash rates
https://whitewalr.us/2019/biblepay-external-miner-hash-rates.html

Thanks to capulo for his stats and photos. BiblePay use Proof of Bible Hash (PoBH) - Bible verses embedded in blockchain. Fork of DASH, modified X11 algo.

If anyone wants to submit hash rates for your computer setup, I am offering a small bounty. Contact me for details.

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November 11, 2019, 03:09:09 PM
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Rob mentioned a few pages back including the algo in a multi algo CPU maybe not be easy if it were possible. I don't know that a multi coin pool would bother if it is hard to include in their offerings. it is also not clear more miners will forward Christian values or spread Gospel fruit. We'd have to figure out opportunities where growth can encourages opportunities to share the Gospel and Christian values. I'd argue it would increase sales pressure since the miners would likely auto sell for BTC. So while more exposure is good, it might be the right exposure for BiblePay. Does anyone see it differently?

Be rest assured that the normal mining pool won't even be able to check our hash solution without the KJV bible, but nevertheless I would not mind talking to them.

If Togo or Dimarzio finds someone that appears to list a lot of coins in a multipool feel free to forward them and Ill at least have a few chats with them to see where the stumbling blocks are.

Im not personally as worried about sell pressure because I think anything that expands our relationship has both a pro and con side.  Basically from the DSS model, I feel that mining rewards are positive, because a certain amount of latent bbp sits on peoples computers, but, it is good for PR.  And a certain % of users always end up becoming investors naturally, etc.


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Good find MIP!

CryptoBridge Discord:
https://discordapp.com/invite/H6Qt2dQ

We should ask for a refund?

Heres the original thread:
https://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=179

History:
- They went back on their word on their update policy, and asked us for 0.5 BTC to update
- They admitted that they're not actually decentralized
- They surprised everyone with mandatory KYC (Know Your Customer)
- They said they would give us warning for low volume but to my knowledge they didnt
and we are now on their list for delisting in 2 weeks

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Their Bitcointalk account got flagged:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2015949.0

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