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Author Topic: LUXCoin—New PHI2 PoW/PoS Hybrid—SC—SegWit—PrivateSend—PoS Web Wallet—LuxGate  (Read 128628 times)
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January 09, 2018, 07:45:04 PM
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which altcoin is more profitable than luxcoin ?

i trying to say that pools very unstable and in this reason even zec more profitable

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January 09, 2018, 10:27:18 PM
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which altcoin is more profitable than luxcoin ?

i trying to say that pools very unstable and in this reason even zec more profitable



Which are those unstable pools? I am mining this coin since 2 months ago and pools usually go fine. You maybe want to people stop mining luxcoin.
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January 10, 2018, 12:29:20 AM
 #483

which altcoin is more profitable than luxcoin ?

i trying to say that pools very unstable and in this reason even zec more profitable



Which are those unstable pools? I am mining this coin since 2 months ago and pools usually go fine. You maybe want to people stop mining luxcoin.

The diff have increased alot so would not be supprised Tongue For me yimp is working fine (or should i say it doesnt to put off miners? hehe).
And i both bought and are mining LUX. Got 30% of my portfolio in it actualy, as i think it is one of the most undervalued ones at the moment.

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January 10, 2018, 04:17:15 AM
Last edit: January 10, 2018, 05:09:57 AM by Xeon_Xeon
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Is it syncing currently or just stuck at "11 weeks behind" status?

Yes, stuck at "11 weeks behind"
Delete everything from %appdata%/Lux directory except wallet.dat, download latest bootstrap https://bootstrap.luxcore.io/bootstrap.zip and unzip it to /Lux, run your 3.0.4 wallet
I first downloaded the Linux binary lux-qt, and it had this error:

 ./lux-qt: error while loading shared libraries: libminiupnpc.so.8

So I ran "locate miniupnpc" and found it here "/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libminiupnpc.so.10" which is a newer version so I downloaded the lux source to try that.

I built the Lux wallet from source on Ubuntu 16.04.03 64bit lux-qt version v4.0.0.0-587beac

I'm stuck at 12 weeks behind, I copied the bootstrap.dat file listed above to my .lux folder.

It started and said something about "importing from disk" for only a second or two, then went to syncing with network 12 weeks behind.


End of output of debug log:

Code:
2018-01-10 04:02:35 WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block c8164aaa60c6d6a6b5188332b264a3fd56f930aa3814202c6ed7855a72738ee7
2018-01-10 04:02:35 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : AcceptBlock FAILED
2018-01-10 04:02:35 receive version message: /Luxcoin:3.0.0/: version 69200, blocks=140432, us=99.45.189.159:40638, peer=1
2018-01-10 04:02:35 Added time data, samples 2, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
2018-01-10 04:02:38 receive version message: /Luxcoin:3.0.0/: version 69200, blocks=140432, us=99.45.189.159:32972, peer=3
2018-01-10 04:02:38 Added time data, samples 3, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
2018-01-10 04:02:40 Loaded 1154 blocks from external file in 6635ms
2018-01-10 04:03:05 CheckStakeKernelHash() : using modifier 0x8f12b34a616b9647 at height=1154 timestamp=2017-10-12 06:20:02 for block from timestamp=2017-10-10 18:17:23
2018-01-10 04:03:05 CheckStakeKernelHash() : check modifier=0x8f12b34a616b9647 nTimeBlockFrom=1507659443 nTimeTxPrev=1507659443 nPrevout=0 nTimeTx=1507789328 hashProof=a1d4bc57342665a93050b62410129239a61f3d49f46562364db29b16aff0be69
2018-01-10 04:03:05 ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: check kernel failed on coinstake 9e4227f2728dcf4e68ff9e76cc0f541e6f807ef58b17f218d5dc13dc37d19d10, hashProof=a1d4bc57342665a93050b62410129239a61f3d49f46562364db29b16aff0be69

2018-01-10 04:03:05 WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block c8164aaa60c6d6a6b5188332b264a3fd56f930aa3814202c6ed7855a72738ee7
2018-01-10 04:03:05 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : AcceptBlock FAILED
2018-01-10 04:07:32 ResendWalletTransactions()
2018-01-10 04:12:35 connect() to 136.243.89.142:28666 failed after select(): Connection refused (111)
2018-01-10 04:12:39 receive version message: /Luxcoin:3.0.5/: version 69200, blocks=140441, us=99.45.189.159:47144, peer=4
2018-01-10 04:12:39 Added time data, samples 4, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
2018-01-10 04:12:54 CheckStakeKernelHash() : using modifier 0x8f12b34a616b9647 at height=1154 timestamp=2017-10-12 06:20:02 for block from timestamp=2017-10-10 18:17:23
2018-01-10 04:12:54 CheckStakeKernelHash() : check modifier=0x8f12b34a616b9647 nTimeBlockFrom=1507659443 nTimeTxPrev=1507659443 nPrevout=0 nTimeTx=1507789328 hashProof=a1d4bc57342665a93050b62410129239a61f3d49f46562364db29b16aff0be69
2018-01-10 04:12:54 ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: check kernel failed on coinstake 9e4227f2728dcf4e68ff9e76cc0f541e6f807ef58b17f218d5dc13dc37d19d10, hashProof=a1d4bc57342665a93050b62410129239a61f3d49f46562364db29b16aff0be69

2018-01-10 04:12:54 WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block c8164aaa60c6d6a6b5188332b264a3fd56f930aa3814202c6ed7855a72738ee7
2018-01-10 04:12:54 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : AcceptBlock FAILED


I am thinking its choking on the bootstrap.dat file and stops.

Next i'm going to delete everything in .lux and try it without the boostrap.dat file again.

EDIT: I restarted the qt wallet after I deleted everything from the .lux folder and it syncs until block 1154 and errors out again and is stuck at 12 weeks behind.
 
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January 10, 2018, 04:40:00 AM
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When I run ./luxd it still chokes on block 1154

When I run ./luxd -loadblock=bootstrap.dat  it still stops on 1154.


Code:
nStakeModifierNew: 10309499629047879239
**********************************************************



----------------------------------------
CheckStakeKernelHash: 1154
bnTarget: 0000000029f81300000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
targetProofOfStake: 00fa27b8ad58a400000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
nStakeModifier: 10309499629047879239
nStakeModifierV@: 5931070726184719672
nStakeModifierHeight: 1154
nStakeModifierTime: 1507789202
hashProofOfStake: a1d4bc57342665a93050b62410129239a61f3d49f46562364db29b16aff0be69
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January 10, 2018, 05:19:05 AM
 #486

When I run ./luxd it still chokes on block 1154

When I run ./luxd -loadblock=bootstrap.dat  it still stops on 1154.


Code:
nStakeModifierNew: 10309499629047879239
**********************************************************



----------------------------------------
CheckStakeKernelHash: 1154
bnTarget: 0000000029f81300000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
targetProofOfStake: 00fa27b8ad58a400000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
nStakeModifier: 10309499629047879239
nStakeModifierV@: 5931070726184719672
nStakeModifierHeight: 1154
nStakeModifierTime: 1507789202
hashProofOfStake: a1d4bc57342665a93050b62410129239a61f3d49f46562364db29b16aff0be69

Try this binaries https://www.dropbox.com/s/klcgz39yu5qu5fk/luxd.gz?dl=0
If you still be getting such issue please join Lux discord https://discord.gg/X43CA3f, will help you there.

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January 10, 2018, 08:37:12 AM
 #487

which altcoin is more profitable than luxcoin ?

i trying to say that pools very unstable and in this reason even zec more profitable



I am mining on altminer or yiimp and I don't complain. those 2 guys they know what are they doing.

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January 10, 2018, 08:49:07 AM
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Which are those unstable pools? I am mining this coin since 2 months ago and pools usually go fine. You maybe want to people stop mining luxcoin.

yiimp, altminer, bsod, is this enough?

if you will just make a check and see how many lux you get for 24 hours and convert it to BTC then for example make a 24H check with **K and see how many BTC you get you will be surprise

and cry because since 2 month you mining lux instead of mining **k and just buy lux this way you will get twice more coins

but whattomine will show you that you will get a lot more with mining lux

and i don't care will people mine this or not i just asking why there is no "Release stable pool for mining" in lux road map
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January 10, 2018, 08:59:31 AM
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I am mining on altminer or yiimp and I don't complain. those 2 guys they know what are they doing.

lol, if you mining at altminer and don't complain i have nothing to say  Wink

probably you lose 50% of profit
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January 10, 2018, 09:42:46 AM
Last edit: January 10, 2018, 05:34:03 PM by anorganix
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Some test results
Code:
1050 Ti
8.3 MH/s at 75% TDP / +150 core / -502 mem @ 56 watts

1060 3GB
12.5 MH/s at 75% TDP / +150 core / -502 mem @ 90 watts

1070
19.8 MH/s at 85% TDP / +130 core / -460 mem @ 129 watts

1070 Ti
24.4 MH/s at 85% TDP / +180 core / -400 mem @ 153 watts

1080 Ti
33.8 MH/s at 80% TDP / +75 core / -200 mem @ 200 watts

ccminer/phi-1.0 is free and open source.
You can build it from source (use CUDA 8 and x86 for best results) or use the provided Windows binary.

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January 10, 2018, 10:55:58 AM
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https://vgy.me/7dLMI4.jpg

Some test results
Code:
1050 Ti
8.3 MH/s at 75% TDP / +150 core / -502 mem @ 56 watts

1060 3GB
12.5 MH/s at 75% TDP / +150 core / -502 mem @ 90 watts

1070
19.8 MH/s at 85% TDP / +130 core / -460 mem @ 129 watts

1070 Ti
24.4 MH/s at 85% TDP / +180 core / -400 mem @ 153 watts

1080 Ti
33.8 MH/s at 80% TDP / +75 core / -200 mem @ 200 watts

ccminer/phi-1.0 is free and open source.
You can build it from source (use CUDA 8 and x86 for best results) or use the provided Windows binary.

very interesting

i will test it and compare with SP-MOD
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January 10, 2018, 11:49:29 AM
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Some test results
Code:
1050 Ti
8.3 MH/s at 75% TDP / +150 core / -502 mem @ 56 watts

1060 3GB
12.5 MH/s at 75% TDP / +150 core / -502 mem @ 90 watts

1070
19.8 MH/s at 85% TDP / +130 core / -460 mem @ 129 watts

1070 Ti
24.4 MH/s at 85% TDP / +180 core / -400 mem @ 153 watts

1080 Ti
33.8 MH/s at 80% TDP / +75 core / -200 mem @ 200 watts

ccminer/phi-1.0 is free and open source.
You can build it from source (use CUDA 8 and x86 for best results) or use the provided Windows binary.

Thank you, il try to test it and get back with the results Smiley A 8% increase would be a really nice boost just to switch program.

And to complainers about pools, yiimp is working fine and stable. My payouts are good to. Though if only Suprnova came i would switch instantly as it is my preferred pool Smiley

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January 10, 2018, 11:54:34 AM
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- snip -

very interesting

i will test it and compare with SP-MOD

Most likely sp-mod is still faster, but not free.
Our target was to make the gap smaller between free and paid miners as not everyone can afford a paid miner.

- snip -

Thank you, il try to test it and get back with the results Smiley A 8% increase would be a really nice boost just to switch program.

You should see some increase for sure.
I say it's better than nothing, especially if it costs you nothing.

Regards.

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January 10, 2018, 11:58:56 AM
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And to complainers about pools, yiimp is working fine and stable. My payouts are good to. Though if only Suprnova came i would switch instantly as it is my preferred pool Smiley

your fine and stable pool just get freezed and restarted a half a hour ago again

[2018-01-10 15:13:39] Stratum connection interrupted
[2018-01-10 15:13:48] Stratum authentication failed
[2018-01-10 15:13:48] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2018-01-10 15:14:26] Stratum authentication failed
[2018-01-10 15:14:26] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2018-01-10 15:15:05] Stratum authentication failed
[2018-01-10 15:15:05] ...retry after 30 seconds

why when lemmings see that payouts are out from pool without delay think that everything is good?

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January 10, 2018, 12:59:27 PM
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Most likely sp-mod is still faster, but not free.
Our target was to make the gap smaller between free and paid miners as not everyone can afford a paid miner.


just tested. yes it faster than ccminer 2.2.4 and slower than SP-MOD. in the middle of them. not bad anyway.
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January 10, 2018, 05:01:29 PM
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Which are those unstable pools? I am mining this coin since 2 months ago and pools usually go fine. You maybe want to people stop mining luxcoin.

yiimp, altminer, bsod, is this enough?

if you will just make a check and see how many lux you get for 24 hours and convert it to BTC then for example make a 24H check with **K and see how many BTC you get you will be surprise

and cry because since 2 month you mining lux instead of mining **k and just buy lux this way you will get twice more coins

but whattomine will show you that you will get a lot more with mining lux

and i don't care will people mine this or not i just asking why there is no "Release stable pool for mining" in lux road map

I checked this and you are right , I made the average for 24h and the total is less than the one showed in the pool or whattomine.  Huh
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would anybody know the % rate for POS on this coin and minimum recommended amount for hitting weekly stakes?


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January 10, 2018, 08:55:23 PM
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I got paid in LUX some time ago at HashRefinery. No problems there.

LUX/EUR got a boost today. Do you think it will do even better soon?
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January 10, 2018, 09:04:23 PM
 #499

I am mining on altminer or yiimp and I don't complain. those 2 guys they know what are they doing.

lol, if you mining at altminer and don't complain i have nothing to say  Wink

probably you lose 50% of profit

profit is when you sell your coins not when you are mining it. don't worry about loosing my profits take care about your own.

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January 10, 2018, 09:13:21 PM
 #500

profit is when you sell your coins not when you are mining it. don't worry about loosing my profits take care about your own.

i don't worry even for a second about your profit, lol

where i said that i worry? i am glad that you lose it makes me feel good.

keep mining if you even don't want understand simple things and make some easy calculation and tests Smiley
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