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December 03, 2017, 12:39:18 PM
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Hey!
Looking for some interesting coins to stake with RPI 3.
I'd like to hear you opinions.. (and if it's possible, please mention the % of stake reward)

Thanks!

(If it's not the place to ask, please refer me to the relevant sector)
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December 03, 2017, 12:46:25 PM
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I heard that PIVX wallet runs just fine on rPi for staking. You can also try Semux which is Java based and there's also an option to run it in cli mode.

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December 03, 2017, 01:12:30 PM
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Deeponion seems pretty good, you can also get 'airdrops' every week by holding coins AFAIK.

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December 03, 2017, 02:03:44 PM
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there are so many pos coins available right now that you can get some
install the wallet in your raspberry pi and start stalking
some personally fav coins of mine are
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December 04, 2017, 10:11:42 AM
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I heard that PIVX wallet runs just fine on rPi for staking. You can also try Semux which is Java based and there's also an option to run it in cli mode.

Couldn't find semux on Coinmarketcap, they have launched their coin?
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December 07, 2017, 03:18:27 PM
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Any others?
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December 07, 2017, 04:42:03 PM
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Please clarify one thing. Is there really a need to have a 24/7 wallet online for the stake? Is not it enough to connect it 1x per week?

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December 08, 2017, 09:42:38 AM
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Please clarify one thing. Is there really a need to have a 24/7 wallet online for the stake? Is not it enough to connect it 1x per week?

Right. Staking coins typically need you to have your wallet running, with your wallet unlocked and coins mature. That's how the PoS works. NEO on the other hand does not have to be open to accumulate GAS. You can open your NEON wallet once a month or whatever and claim it without falling behind.
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December 23, 2017, 11:39:00 PM
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I am staking Trezarcoin (TZC) on my rPi.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2140812.0

Here is also a guide how to stake Trezar on rPi
https://trezarcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/TrezarCoins-Rasberry-Pi-Compile-Final.pdf
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February 01, 2018, 03:24:51 PM
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Thanks!
Any other ideas?
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May 10, 2018, 04:43:23 AM
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Is there a big difference staking on a raspberry pi as opposed to staking on a laptop that runs just a wallet and no other programs?

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May 10, 2018, 07:23:30 AM
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Is there a big difference staking on a raspberry pi as opposed to staking on a laptop that runs just a wallet and no other programs?

The main difference was you can run Raspberry Pi 24/7 without any worried. It will be different while you were running your laptop 24/7. Running your laptop 24/7 even just for doing PoS would risk your laptop.

From a technical side, both aren't giving much difference.


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May 10, 2018, 02:47:29 PM
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Is there a big difference staking on a raspberry pi as opposed to staking on a laptop that runs just a wallet and no other programs?

The main difference was you can run Raspberry Pi 24/7 without any worried. It will be different while you were running your laptop 24/7. Running your laptop 24/7 even just for doing PoS would risk your laptop.

From a technical side, both aren't giving much difference.

Oh ok, I mean I stake my coins on a shitty old HP laptop so I don't really care if it breaks down haha. But with the raspberry pi's being so cheap I ended up buying 2 of them anyway, at least I can learn some linux Cheesy

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try neblio
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May 11, 2018, 04:05:35 AM
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Oh ok, I mean I stake my coins on a shitty old HP laptop so I don't really care if it breaks down haha. But with the raspberry pi's being so cheap I ended up buying 2 of them anyway, at least I can learn some linux Cheesy

Aha... Cheesy  Cheesy
Don't forget to backup your wallet in the safe place, in case your "shitty old HP laptop" breaks down and you can access its storage devices.

Doing PoS needs to run devices that have low power consumption for reducing electricity cost, Raspberry Pi and some kind is a good option.  Wink


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May 13, 2018, 05:48:32 AM
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Oh ok, I mean I stake my coins on a shitty old HP laptop so I don't really care if it breaks down haha. But with the raspberry pi's being so cheap I ended up buying 2 of them anyway, at least I can learn some linux Cheesy

Aha... Cheesy  Cheesy
Don't forget to backup your wallet in the safe place, in case your "shitty old HP laptop" breaks down and you can access its storage devices.

Doing PoS needs to run devices that have low power consumption for reducing electricity cost, Raspberry Pi and some kind is a good option.  Wink

Oh I got a bunch of backups, on different laptops, on multiple usbs, and on external HD's Cheesy I got it covered ahaha

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May 14, 2018, 10:16:43 AM
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Aha... Cheesy  Cheesy
Don't forget to backup your wallet in the safe place, in case your "shitty old HP laptop" breaks down and you can access its storage devices.

Doing PoS needs to run devices that have low power consumption for reducing electricity cost, Raspberry Pi and some kind is a good option.  Wink

Oh I got a bunch of backups, on different laptops, on multiple usbs, and on external HD's Cheesy I got it covered ahaha

wow, that's was good, also don't forget to print your privkey.  Grin


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June 09, 2018, 02:27:26 AM
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Currently staking Devcoin, Neblo, Obsidian (and its eventual ODIN fork), Stratis, and waiting patiently for the stake-able Omise go being promised

  ** since the BTC bull-run my girlfriend has been much more understanding of my growing piles of wires/switches and other "toys"...lol **

  - oh, in addition to backups (obviously) I recommend an uninteruptable power supply (UPS) for those RasPi's. The SD cards can be real tempermental about sudden power loss. Better safe than lost coins
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*** No, not Devcoin ***  Roll Eyes Huh

I meant Deviant Coin (DEV).
Also running Smartcash for Smartrewards, and building towards a smartnode.

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Currently staking Devcoin, Neblo, Obsidian (and its eventual ODIN fork), Stratis, and waiting patiently for the stake-able Omise go being promised

  ** since the BTC bull-run my girlfriend has been much more understanding of my growing piles of wires/switches and other "toys"...lol **

  - oh, in addition to backups (obviously) I recommend an uninteruptable power supply (UPS) for those RasPi's. The SD cards can be real tempermental about sudden power loss. Better safe than lost coins

Great picks. Didn't realize OMG was going to switch to POS, thats great new for me as a holder. Thanks!

Anyway, all of those coins you mentioned are running on one (1) piece of raspberry pi? Won't it eventually crash because of the CPU load? Any idea how many coins maximum you can stake on this raspberry pi while keeping it stable?

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