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July 14, 2013, 10:03:59 PM
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Yup when a 108 page thread becomes far to hard to keep up with is nice to go to the forum where the original Dev SunnyKing posts regularly about his coins and the development, ...

ASICMINER is 510 pages and counting, and no dedicated forum AFAIK Cheesy
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July 14, 2013, 10:12:13 PM
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so im out the rest is yours Wink



Congrats. I'm out as well with a loss instead. It doesnt worth as the prices go lower and lower.
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July 14, 2013, 10:33:48 PM
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$400 for 9000 XPM , thats like 5cts x XPM, I dont think miners will get rid of the coin for much less than $0.10  Huh
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July 14, 2013, 10:38:44 PM
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$400 for 9000 XPM , thats like 5cts x XPM, I dont think miners will get rid of the coin for much less than $0.10  Huh

Yes, it will adjust, market at work already Wink
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July 14, 2013, 11:19:34 PM
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$400 for 9000 XPM , thats like 5cts x XPM, I dont think miners will get rid of the coin for much less than $0.10  Huh

Its speculative though, he has not done this around a factor of what this weeks prices are. He would be considering what the eventual price might be much further down the road.
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July 14, 2013, 11:24:57 PM
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I'm not sure if anybody has mentioned it in this thread yet, but we now have PrimecoinTalk.org in case anyone wants to make the jump over. This website is dedicated to both of Sunny's coins XPM and PPC. Besides this thread, Sunny King also regularly posts over there and has voiced his support in favor of people making the jump...

Nice! Yes I would love to see more xpm supporters hang out here.

So please join us in developing Primecoin and making it a successful coin...

Join PrimecoinTalk.org Now!

Yup when a 108 page thread becomes far to hard to keep up with is nice to go to the forum where the original Dev SunnyKing posts regularly about his coins and the development, you are all welcome to join  PrimecoinTalk.org  Also home of  PeercoinTalk.org

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You really think that won't clutter up too eventually? It's harder to track 2 forums but this definently helps.
It would have been better if XPM had it's own standalone forum.

Why would it clutter up? It's dedicated to PPC and XPM only.
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July 15, 2013, 01:39:24 AM
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Anyone got a solo block recently?

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July 15, 2013, 01:46:07 AM
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Anyone got a solo block recently?
What you mean? everyone are solo-ing  Cheesy
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July 15, 2013, 01:46:55 AM
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Anyone got a solo block recently?

Wow yeah, four new blocks on one server since last I checked not many hours ago. Luckiest lucky streak it has had since it started up several days ago I think.

Holy cow, another server too! i think a huge number of virtual servers somewhere must have shut down sometime in last few hours or something!

(Mine are dedicated servers, paid by the year so pretty cheap compared to by the hour virtuals.)

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July 15, 2013, 01:58:17 AM
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I don't know if it's the difficulty sky-rocketing already, luck or something wrong with my config.

But in 2 quad core pc's mined about 200 coins in the first 48 hours, and then I have not found a single block in the last 4 days.  A q6600 and a i3. Does this seem possible? Seems to be running okay but seems incredibly unlikely...
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July 15, 2013, 02:01:09 AM
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I don't know if it's the difficulty sky-rocketing already, luck or something wrong with my config.

But in 2 quad core pc's mined about 200 coins in the first 48 hours, and then I have not found a single block in the last 4 days.  A q6600 and a i3. Does this seem possible? Seems to be running okay but seems incredibly unlikely...

You have been updating your client all those days though, right?

As if you are still using the initial/original client heck no surprise you stopped doing well when everyone else upgraded to more-efficient clients...

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July 15, 2013, 02:06:23 AM
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Anyone got a solo block recently?

No block for 12 hours. ~4000 pps.

difficulty is 8.74863118 now.
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July 15, 2013, 02:08:55 AM
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I've gone dry as well, think I got one bock out of 5 different CPUs in the past 48 hours.
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July 15, 2013, 02:12:46 AM
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One block from my 8350, no blocks from my other one running @ 3 cores, none from my Intel i5 in last 24 hours or so.

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July 15, 2013, 02:15:54 AM
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I just shut off that core 2 duo I earlier in some thread mentioned did not seem to like client optimised for -march=core2, as all it had gotten in over 24 hours was one orphan. But hey at least it did get one even if it did get orphaned.

This desktop I am using as my Xwindows graphics-server to run browser etc on happens also to be a core 2 duo, though this one's PPS looks reasonable using the -march=core2 so not sure how its different from the other one. All this one has gotten since whenever i started it days ago is one (not orphaned) block.

So I think although core2 machines (such as my Dell Optiplex 755 boxes) seem fine, core 2 duo machines, including this Dell Optiplex 760, are maybe somehow not as good.

Overall i seem to have been doing much better than all you unlucky/complaining folk, though its possible maybe one of my 755's has only gotten one block since starting them days ago.

I turned off the other core 2 duo since the machines were heating my room too much despite my 8600 BTU air-conditioner; its ultimate purpose anyway is simply to be able to have GPUs plugged into it which I do not have yet so no point overheating until they start arriving. (Whereupon I will have to get someone to help me carry the 12000 BTU A/C up from the van and get it put in place.)

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July 15, 2013, 02:22:39 AM
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I don't know if it's the difficulty sky-rocketing already, luck or something wrong with my config.

But in 2 quad core pc's mined about 200 coins in the first 48 hours, and then I have not found a single block in the last 4 days.  A q6600 and a i3. Does this seem possible? Seems to be running okay but seems incredibly unlikely...

You have been updating your client all those days though, right?

As if you are still using the initial/original client heck no surprise you stopped doing well when everyone else upgraded to more-efficient clients...

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No I have not, thanks Mark.

I've been away the last couple of days.
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July 15, 2013, 02:25:34 AM
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Hey! How's that API going for external miners? I might invest some time and see if I can figure out how to CUDA. Tongue

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July 15, 2013, 02:27:50 AM
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I'm not sure if anybody has mentioned it in this thread yet, but we now have PrimecoinTalk.org in case anyone wants to make the jump over. This website is dedicated to both of Sunny's coins XPM and PPC. Besides this thread, Sunny King also regularly posts over there and has voiced his support in favor of people making the jump...

Nice! Yes I would love to see more xpm supporters hang out here.

So please join us in developing Primecoin and making it a successful coin...

Join PrimecoinTalk.org Now!

Yup when a 108 page thread becomes far to hard to keep up with is nice to go to the forum where the original Dev SunnyKing posts regularly about his coins and the development, you are all welcome to join  PrimecoinTalk.org  Also home of  PeercoinTalk.org

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You really think that won't clutter up too eventually? It's harder to track 2 forums but this definently helps.
It would have been better if XPM had it's own standalone forum.

the forum is just dedicated to SunnyKings coins that he has developed, so there was a reason to link the two... on the forum sunnyking expressed how XPM is supposed to be a bridge to PPC, I asked the community there what they wanted and SunnyKing's support for a combined forum sealed the deal, so come join us and check it out for yourself Smiley

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July 15, 2013, 02:33:37 AM
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Anyone got a solo block recently?

No block for 12 hours. ~4000 pps.

difficulty is 8.74863118 now.


No block for 72 hours, about 6000pps in total. Ah well.

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July 15, 2013, 02:40:03 AM
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Hah, everybody went from yeah XPM go.....

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Can't find crap
Shutting down my machines


I think everybody here is highly discouraged and lost their enthusiasm about XPM.
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