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February 11, 2015, 04:25:52 AM
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solo mining still going? and is it the same config as the first page?
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February 11, 2015, 01:02:52 PM
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solo mining still going? and is it the same config as the first page?

Yes you can still solo, assuming you have the hash.

The addnodes are a bit out of date, but you can grab as many as you need here: http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/peerinfo (the port should be omitted). Otherwise it is a standard solo mining config.

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February 11, 2015, 04:18:14 PM
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solo mining still going? and is it the same config as the first page?

Yes you can still solo, assuming you have the hash.

The addnodes are a bit out of date, but you can grab as many as you need here: http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/peerinfo (the port should be omitted). Otherwise it is a standard solo mining config.
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February 15, 2015, 05:42:19 PM
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Hey Tranz, Ive been out of Bottlecaps now for a while, but it looks like price has stabalized, and Im looking to get back in at lower prices. I see max reward is 1000 caps. May I ask what is the max block size to use in coin control without hitting max reward?

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February 15, 2015, 05:58:50 PM
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Hey Tranz, Ive been out of Bottlecaps now for a while, but it looks like price has stabalized, and Im looking to get back in at lower prices. I see max reward is 1000 caps. May I ask what is the max block size to use in coin control without hitting max reward?

Thank you

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Obviously that number will depend upon how old the coins are, and what the current yearly percentage stake rewards is. Assuming they stake right at the 15 day mark and we are at 200% yearly, the biggest you can have without hitting the cap is  approx 12,100.

The equation is:  1000 / ((Pr/365 ) * D)

Pr is Percentage reward which starts at 2.00
D is Days old.

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February 20, 2015, 12:13:38 PM
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Hey Tranz, Ive been out of Bottlecaps now for a while, but it looks like price has stabalized, and Im looking to get back in at lower prices. I see max reward is 1000 caps. May I ask what is the max block size to use in coin control without hitting max reward?

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Why don't you just use the splitthreshold command to stop blocks from getting too small? Don't know how many Cap you have but with 200K cap for example, you can set the splitthreshold to 200K/500= 400 and can be set higher whenever you acquire some more, staking or buying.

Works out well for me.


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February 20, 2015, 06:44:27 PM
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Kind of left field but I'm thinking about wallet/staking hardware again for my CAPs.

I've got HYP running on a Raspberry Pi B+ with a 3.5" touchscreen built into the case.  It is a pretty rad looking little unit but I've been thinking if some alternatives would make better wallet platforms.  The Pi seems to be under a good workout just running HYP so I doubt it can run multiple POS wallets.  My Pi setup cost ~CDN$100 ($45 Pi B+ + $20SDcard + $35 monitor/case).

Now I'm thinking of an HP Stream 7 tablet that runs normal Windows8.1 32bit, has a quad-core atom cpu and 1GB ram.  Seems like a winner.  These cost a measly CDN$75 at the microsoft store.  At idle they draw a little less power than a Pi at 1.4A with a max draw at full CPU and max bright screen of 6.4A.  It seems snappy enough running windows applications that it will likely handle multiple wallets just fine.

I am already running windows home server for daily backup purposes for my desktops/laptops and since this tablet also run Windows8.1 it would also get backed up automatically each night which is another nice bonus for people like me that often forget to back up their precious wallets.

Anyone have any other interesting staking hardware setups?
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February 20, 2015, 11:13:44 PM
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Kind of left field but I'm thinking about wallet/staking hardware again for my CAPs.

I've got HYP running on a Raspberry Pi B+ with a 3.5" touchscreen built into the case.  It is a pretty rad looking little unit but I've been thinking if some alternatives would make better wallet platforms.  The Pi seems to be under a good workout just running HYP so I doubt it can run multiple POS wallets.  My Pi setup cost ~CDN$100 ($45 Pi B+ + $20SDcard + $35 monitor/case).

Now I'm thinking of an HP Stream 7 tablet that runs normal Windows8.1 32bit, has a quad-core atom cpu and 1GB ram.  Seems like a winner.  These cost a measly CDN$75 at the microsoft store.  At idle they draw a little less power than a Pi at 1.4A with a max draw at full CPU and max bright screen of 6.4A.  It seems snappy enough running windows applications that it will likely handle multiple wallets just fine.

I am already running windows home server for daily backup purposes for my desktops/laptops and since this tablet also run Windows8.1 it would also get backed up automatically each night which is another nice bonus for people like me that often forget to back up their precious wallets.

Anyone have any other interesting staking hardware setups?

HCLivees over at CCT has been looking at some different setups. At least just pricing them out right now.

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/28625-devices-for-staking/

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February 21, 2015, 03:01:45 AM
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I´m using Intel NUC Barbone for multiple staking wallets.

It´s also my Win 8.1 Desktop PC. with an Intel i5 , 8 GB RAM and 256GB SSD it`s using just 8-20 watts.





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February 21, 2015, 11:58:16 PM
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Anyone have any other interesting staking hardware setups?

I built a mini-ITX box with Asus AM1 mobo and Athlon quad-core APU. Runs Ubuntu 14.04 just fine. Very compact unit, cool and quiet, and rated at 25W TDP. I stake 8 wallets 24-7.
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February 22, 2015, 01:21:51 PM
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What is the current wallet please .
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February 22, 2015, 04:41:57 PM
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What is the current wallet please .

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February 23, 2015, 04:25:38 PM
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Did the server go down? Started have issues with wallet last night, now it has no nodes. Tried to set up another wallet
on another computer and has no connecting nodes either. Anyone else having problems with their wallet?
Was working and staking 2 hours ago, then lost connecting nodes.

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February 23, 2015, 11:50:40 PM
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Did the server go down? Started have issues with wallet last night, now it has no nodes. Tried to set up another wallet
on another computer and has no connecting nodes either. Anyone else having problems with their wallet?
Was working and staking 2 hours ago, then lost connecting nodes.

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Everything looks ok from my ends. Try to use the rpc command addnode to supply your peers.dat file.

addnode IP add
many addnodes here: http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/peerinfo
Just remove the port address
example: addnode 87.98.148.246 add

Pick 10 random peers and wait a few minutes. You should be good to go.

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February 24, 2015, 11:34:00 AM
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Thank you!
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March 02, 2015, 12:40:04 AM
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Did the server go down? Started have issues with wallet last night, now it has no nodes. Tried to set up another wallet
on another computer and has no connecting nodes either. Anyone else having problems with their wallet?
Was working and staking 2 hours ago, then lost connecting nodes.

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Everything looks ok from my ends. Try to use the rpc command addnode to supply your peers.dat file.

addnode IP add
many addnodes here: http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/peerinfo
Just remove the port address
example: addnode 87.98.148.246 add

Pick 10 random peers and wait a few minutes. You should be good to go.

Thanks, Tranz!

Was not sure if I had done it right adding the nodes. But, I have more than 14 now, so it must have worked!
Now to build up my coins in the wallet on my other computer. Have 14k, working on getting up to 100k soon.
Have 100k in my first wallet. Two wallets are better than one! Thanks, again Tranz
May the bit force be with you!

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March 04, 2015, 03:57:10 PM
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Guys,

I've been trying to compile the CAP wallets on the new Rasberry PI 2 running the latest Rasbian OS, but I've failed miserably.

Here's what I did, following previous instructions found on the net:

For the QT-wallet

qmake "USE_UPNP=1"

edit makefile and remove the  "-msse2" references

edit scrypt_mine.cpp and remove "#include <xmmintrin.h>"

make

End of log:

src/scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void* scrypt_buffer_alloc()’:
src/scrypt_mine.cpp:65:19: error: ‘SCRYPT_BUFFER_SIZE’ was not declared in this scope
src/scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void scrypt(const void*, size_t, uint32_t*, void*)’:
src/scrypt_mine.cpp:86:21: error: ‘scrypt_core’ was not declared in this scope
src/scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void* scrypt_buffer_alloc()’:
src/scrypt_mine.cpp:66:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function [-Wreturn-type]
Makefile:2017: recipe for target 'build/scrypt_mine.o' failed
make: *** [build/scrypt_mine.o] Error 1

For the headless wallet

edit makefile.unix and remove the  "-msse2" references

edit scrypt_mine.cpp and remove "#include <xmmintrin.h>"

make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=1 -e PIE=1

End of log:

scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void* scrypt_buffer_alloc()’:
scrypt_mine.cpp:65:19: error: ‘SCRYPT_BUFFER_SIZE’ was not declared in this scope
scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void scrypt(const void*, size_t, uint32_t*, void*)’:
scrypt_mine.cpp:86:21: error: ‘scrypt_core’ was not declared in this scope
scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void* scrypt_buffer_alloc()’:
scrypt_mine.cpp:66:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function [-Wreturn-type]
makefile.unix:160: recipe for target 'obj/scrypt_mine.o' failed
make: *** [obj/scrypt_mine.o] Error 1

What am I doing wrong?  Huh Huh Huh Any ideas?

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March 10, 2015, 02:11:30 AM
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Guys,

I've been trying to compile the CAP wallets on the new Rasberry PI 2 running the latest Rasbian OS, but I've failed miserably.

Here's what I did, following previous instructions found on the net:

For the QT-wallet

qmake "USE_UPNP=1"

edit makefile and remove the  "-msse2" references

edit scrypt_mine.cpp and remove "#include <xmmintrin.h>"

make

End of log:

src/scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void* scrypt_buffer_alloc()’:
src/scrypt_mine.cpp:65:19: error: ‘SCRYPT_BUFFER_SIZE’ was not declared in this scope
src/scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void scrypt(const void*, size_t, uint32_t*, void*)’:
src/scrypt_mine.cpp:86:21: error: ‘scrypt_core’ was not declared in this scope
src/scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void* scrypt_buffer_alloc()’:
src/scrypt_mine.cpp:66:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function [-Wreturn-type]
Makefile:2017: recipe for target 'build/scrypt_mine.o' failed
make: *** [build/scrypt_mine.o] Error 1

For the headless wallet

edit makefile.unix and remove the  "-msse2" references

edit scrypt_mine.cpp and remove "#include <xmmintrin.h>"

make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=1 -e PIE=1

End of log:

scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void* scrypt_buffer_alloc()’:
scrypt_mine.cpp:65:19: error: ‘SCRYPT_BUFFER_SIZE’ was not declared in this scope
scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void scrypt(const void*, size_t, uint32_t*, void*)’:
scrypt_mine.cpp:86:21: error: ‘scrypt_core’ was not declared in this scope
scrypt_mine.cpp: In function ‘void* scrypt_buffer_alloc()’:
scrypt_mine.cpp:66:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function [-Wreturn-type]
makefile.unix:160: recipe for target 'obj/scrypt_mine.o' failed
make: *** [obj/scrypt_mine.o] Error 1

What am I doing wrong?  Huh Huh Huh Any ideas?

Thanks!

I think at a min, we need to add this:
https://github.com/Tranz5/HoboNickels/blob/master/src/scrypt_mine.cpp#L57

Perhaps the entire commit (not that long):
https://github.com/Tranz5/HoboNickels/commit/03f341154627c07ecc758ca047d7a0e8b837face

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March 10, 2015, 09:14:45 AM
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Hi,

i not understand that my wallet weight is almost double network weight




Normal?

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March 10, 2015, 11:31:04 PM
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Hi,

i not understand that my wallet weight is almost double network weight

Normal?

Yes they are calculated different.

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