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Author Topic: [XPM] [ANN] Primecoin Release - First Scientific Computing Cryptocurrency  (Read 686990 times)
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July 20, 2013, 05:42:44 PM
Last edit: July 20, 2013, 07:57:49 PM by relm9
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primecoind generates a core dump immediately on startup for me

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EXCEPTION: N5boost21thread_resource_errorE
boost::thread_resource_error
primecoin in AppInit(

Bitcoin and Litecoin run fine on the same machine. Running CentOS. RAM shouldn't be an issue - have 64GB. The weird thing is it ran fine once - had it going for 3 days straight. I restarted the process and now getting that error.

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Completely deleting .primecoin folder
Recompiling, I'm using original client now and not the HP version

Edit: Solved, had to increase virtual memory ulimit.
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July 20, 2013, 06:04:51 PM
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Hi

Does somebody know what that means... have there been a lot of orphans ??



CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 2fa73558f12902b07543793b8ed9b504635312ae366fb9a70c32f44d3fae1415 (poolsz 10)
stored orphan tx 3584d7efeac610aa362a58827eadf7f151073cae4622c5e3aea3c344845b6f28 (mapsz 16)
stored orphan tx ce4d1247c8d27372fdcd95888e7b0d45ad676dc061f2d0d9ad57f1548c57a700 (mapsz 17)
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted be8d91ba32d0ad7d0e6c3e55a3d536e80c2d98a843628064cceff9f085501647 (poolsz 11)
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 3584d7efeac610aa362a58827eadf7f151073cae4622c5e3aea3c344845b6f28 (poolsz 12)
   accepted orphan tx 3584d7efeac610aa362a58827eadf7f151073cae4622c5e3aea3c344845b6f28
stored orphan tx f8d5cd442ca3b9086e3ba9cf1c9ddaeaa88592261ed367623416e7e04ee8923e (mapsz 17)


Those are other peoples transactions that you are processing. If you find a block you will see "proof of work found" or something like that.
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July 20, 2013, 08:40:48 PM
Last edit: July 20, 2013, 09:34:27 PM by rethaw
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A lot of press for such a new coin!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259572.0

A Week-Old Cryptocurrency Wants to Capture the Wasted Energy of Bitcoin's Algorithm
http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/a-week-old-cryptocurrency-wants-to-capture-the-wasted-energy-of-bitcoins-algorithm
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Some of us are taken with bitcoin. We have learned its basics, and are more or less versed with its socioeconomic implications. We get it.

But when an acquaintance of mine told me recently that he's trading in more than 30 bitcoin alternatives, or altcoins, my mind was blown. Acting as a sort of crypto-FOREX trader, he's the first to answer one of my go-to questions on bitcoin: What would you do to make it better?

Cryptocurrencies Could Crunch Meaningful Code Instead Of Burning Electricity
http://www.fastcolabs.com/3014026/cryptocurrencies-could-crunch-meaningful-code-instead-of-burning-electricity
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The work is to avoid the value conundrum elegantly teased by Douglas Adams in The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, at the point in the story where shipwrecked aliens adopt the leaf as currency: "We have, of course, all become immensely rich...But we have also run into a small inflation problem on account of the high level of leaf availability, which means that, I gather, the current going rate has something like three deciduous forests buying one ship’s peanut."

A New Digital Currency Concept Solves One Of Bitcoin's Most Obvious Flaws
http://www.businessinsider.com/primecoin-2013-7
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Primecoin would have a long way to catch up with Bitcoin, but things move fast in the crypto-currency world, so anything could happen.


Virtual currency speculators shut down cloud
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07/16/digitalocean_primecoin_cloud_problems/
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So when the currency launched on July 7, many speculators who had seen Bitcoin's rise to over $100 per coin were keen to find clouds to use to mine the currency. One person on the Primecoin forum posted a walkthrough plus a link to a discount voucher for spinning up DigitalOcean instances on July 9, and things snowballed from there.


New currency Primecoin searches for prime numbers as proof of work
http://www.coindesk.com/new-currency-primecoin-searches-for-prime-numbers-as-proof-of-work/
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Prime numbers are a valuable mathematical resource. Prime numbers are numbers that are only divisible by one or themselves, and no other numbers. This is useful in encrypting internet traffic (e.g. SSL or TLS), because while it’s easy to multiply two prime numbers together, to create a “public key”, it’s difficult to run the calculation in reverse. I.e. It’s a difficult computation to take an exceptionally large number and find its “prime factors”.

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July 20, 2013, 10:02:40 PM
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Anyone got this working on FreeBSD? There's a port for Bitcoin but I couldn't get it to compile by modifying the Bitcoin port for Primecoin.
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July 20, 2013, 10:14:43 PM
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A lot of press for such a new coin!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259572.0



Is this really needed? Go make a Primecoin forum and post stuff like that on there. This just adds more cluttering to this subforum that already has a unbelievable high amount of XPM threads made each day.
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July 20, 2013, 10:27:49 PM
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A lot of press for such a new coin!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259572.0



Is this really needed? Go make a Primecoin forum and post stuff like that on there. This just adds more cluttering to this subforum that already has a unbelievable high amount of XPM threads made each day.

Nice post rethaw. Bodes well for Primecoin that after so little time it's getting media exposure already. Feel free to post another summary like that in the future.
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July 20, 2013, 10:28:51 PM
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Anyone know the best way to merge or add a single wallet for multiple servers ubu 12.04 or 13.04?  If so, what steps should I take exactly?

and would this help in mining power together as 1 main pps machine instead of individually each server having its own wallet?
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July 20, 2013, 10:43:12 PM
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What's the total cap on number of Primecoins, or is there one?

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July 20, 2013, 11:58:19 PM
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What's the total cap on number of Primecoins, or is there one?

The end of the coindesk article states this:
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The group behind the peer-to-peer cryptocurrency, PPCoin, think it has the answer with Primecoin. There is a detailed paper [PDF] on the website, explaining how the currency works. It shows that the proof of work in finding prime numbers is computationally efficient. However, this is on the proviso that the prime numbers are not “record-breakingly large”.

This is where there is a question mark over the value as it isn’t made clear whether there are still prime numbers, other than those that break the records, to be discovered.
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July 21, 2013, 07:26:42 AM
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I'm trying to send an XPM amount equivalent to one of the block I mined, but the wallet want's a fee for it !
The block should be old enough, and it is not fragmented since I mined it !
And only one recipient, so the size should be ok.
So why do I have to pay the transaction fee  Huh (ok it's nothing, but i want to know why)?

May be the answer is when you mine you get :
block reward + transaction fee reward = fragmented minted block ?

Can we check the fragmentation with primecoin ? How ?
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July 21, 2013, 08:09:24 AM
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I'm trying to send an XPM amount equivalent to one of the block I mined, but the wallet want's a fee for it !
The block should be old enough, and it is not fragmented since I mined it !
And only one recipient, so the size should be ok.
So why do I have to pay the transaction fee  Huh (ok it's nothing, but i want to know why)?

May be the answer is when you mine you get :
block reward + transaction fee reward = fragmented minted block ?

Can we check the fragmentation with primecoin ? How ?


It's not old enough, and it's not "fragmented". To check, you'd need a coin-control release of Primecoin.

If 10 days not old enough, what is old enough ?
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July 21, 2013, 09:17:20 AM
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Anyone rock linode and want me to use their referral code? Thought this might be a good spot to check.
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July 21, 2013, 09:55:18 AM
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Anyone rock linode and want me to use their referral code? Thought this might be a good spot to check.
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July 21, 2013, 10:19:35 AM
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Anyone rock linode and want me to use their referral code? Thought this might be a good spot to check.
Depends how much you're going to spend  Cheesy

Enough to net you that sweet, sweet $20, at the very least, but alas, you were late to the ball.
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Anyone rock linode and want me to use their referral code? Thought this might be a good spot to check.
Depends how much you're going to spend  Cheesy

Enough to net you that sweet, sweet $20, at the very least, but alas, you were late to the ball.
Not enough sweetness there  Roll Eyes

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July 21, 2013, 04:32:37 PM
Last edit: July 21, 2013, 05:00:49 PM by bidji29
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We are at DIFF 9 !

PPS -30%

The rate of block seems to have lower drastically too
We are at 2block/min now.

EDIT : still ~2-3block/min like before it seem

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July 21, 2013, 04:50:52 PM
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I cant get the QT to connect to the network. It still says 'No block source available."  I read through the first and last 15 pages or so of this thread. What am I missing?

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July 21, 2013, 05:26:52 PM
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We are at DIFF 9 !

PPS -30%

The rate of block seems to have lower drastically too
We are at 2block/min now.

EDIT : still ~2-3block/min like before it seem

Hopefully the difficulty will go down as miners switch off. I have finally given up after getting nothing for 5 days.
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July 21, 2013, 06:35:28 PM
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I cant get the QT to connect to the network. It still says 'No block source available."  I read through the first and last 15 pages or so of this thread. What am I missing?
give it a min or two and make sure port 9911 is open

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July 21, 2013, 07:13:44 PM
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I cant get the QT to connect to the network. It still says 'No block source available."  I read through the first and last 15 pages or so of this thread. What am I missing?
give it a min or two and make sure port 9911 is open


Thanks. I was just being impatient.  It connected up after 5-10 min.

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