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January 07, 2014, 04:43:20 PM
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Uhm...i have some problem to understand which column i have to read. I suppose that the right one is total chains/d...is it correct?

So, if i have a total chains/d = 0.5, it means that i mine 0.5XPM at day?

Thanks!
Yes, you want the highest total chains/day.

No you won't get 0.5XPM per day. There is a formula somewhere in this thread which gives an estimate based on hashpower and difficulty.

I'm using a Phenom II X6 1100T solo-mining and am getting less than 0.1XPM in about 2 weeks. Time to join a pool.

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January 07, 2014, 05:10:34 PM
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Is it worth to mine this way?


Uhm...i have some problem to understand which column i have to read. I suppose that the right one is total chains/d...is it correct?

So, if i have a total chains/d = 0.5, it means that i mine 0.5XPM at day?

Thanks!
Yes, you want the highest total chains/day.

No you won't get 0.5XPM per day. There is a formula somewhere in this thread which gives an estimate based on hashpower and difficulty.

I'm using a Phenom II X6 1100T solo-mining and am getting less than 0.1XPM in about 2 weeks. Time to join a pool.

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January 07, 2014, 08:02:07 PM
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New f*D Certified Crypto-Cards (paper wallets) in stock! Primecoin is supported!

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January 07, 2014, 08:18:06 PM
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Uhm...i have some problem to understand which column i have to read. I suppose that the right one is total chains/d...is it correct?

So, if i have a total chains/d = 0.5, it means that i mine 0.5XPM at day?

Thanks!
Yes, you want the highest total chains/day.

No you won't get 0.5XPM per day. There is a formula somewhere in this thread which gives an estimate based on hashpower and difficulty.

I'm using a Phenom II X6 1100T solo-mining and am getting less than 0.1XPM in about 2 weeks. Time to join a pool.

thx for the info!

in a pool how many XPM do you think you can mine?
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January 08, 2014, 11:24:04 AM
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The detailed calculations are in the primecoin high performance thread.

However its starting to get to the point where it might just be easier to download one of the pool miners, let it run for a few days, and just see what you get.

You'll either like the result or not. Unless you have cheap or free power you may not even reach break even against electricity costs. The profit margins on CPU mining are slim.

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January 08, 2014, 11:33:44 AM
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http://poolerino.com is willing to setup a pool for this great coin, but there is no pool server source out there ?

May I miss something, but Im willing to pay a bounty in XPM or BTC if someone can help. We are to busy right now to program own pool code.....
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January 08, 2014, 11:48:24 AM
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The detailed calculations are in the primecoin high performance thread.

However its starting to get to the point where it might just be easier to download one of the pool miners, let it run for a few days, and just see what you get.

You'll either like the result or not. Unless you have cheap or free power you may not even reach break even against electricity costs. The profit margins on CPU mining are slim.


thanks, your post is what i need to know.
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January 13, 2014, 02:18:29 PM
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how many primecoin will be maximum mined?
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January 13, 2014, 11:25:32 PM
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Hey All

Here is a nice freebie for Primecoin RapidBalls fans

RapidB_XPMb3631f9aa0ddd98b17780ce35b64b04e78185160

Please use here

http://xpm.rapidballs.eu/index.php?pg=Voucher

Good luck

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January 13, 2014, 11:26:28 PM
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Hey All

Here is a nice freebie for Primecoin RapidBalls fans

RapidB_XPMb3631f9aa0ddd98b17780ce35b64b04e78185160

Please use here

http://xpm.rapidballs.eu/index.php?pg=Voucher

Good luck

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January 21, 2014, 05:44:22 AM
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Do any browser based miners exist for Primecoin?
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January 22, 2014, 07:46:49 AM
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Do any browser based miners exist for Primecoin?

I don't think so, but JS based code would be interesting to write for XPM. I'm just too bad at math for this. One could imagine running this in the background on visitors CPU as another source of income for web editors / content providers, with visitors approval of course Wink
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January 22, 2014, 07:52:02 AM
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Do any browser based miners exist for Primecoin?

I don't think so, but JS based code would be interesting to write for XPM. I'm just too bad at math for this. One could imagine running this in the background on visitors CPU as another source of income for web editors / content providers, with visitors approval of course Wink

This was discussed before, JavaScript is awkward for this purpose since all numbers are 64-bit floating point, there's no integer type. It's not optimal to calculate primes without integers, you would need enormous number of visitors willing to load their machines to get some results.
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January 22, 2014, 07:13:28 PM
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how many primecoin will be maximum mined?

See this thread: http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=2055.0

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January 22, 2014, 07:22:10 PM
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Do any browser based miners exist for Primecoin?

I don't think so, but JS based code would be interesting to write for XPM. I'm just too bad at math for this. One could imagine running this in the background on visitors CPU as another source of income for web editors / content providers, with visitors approval of course Wink

This was discussed before, JavaScript is awkward for this purpose since all numbers are 64-bit floating point, there's no integer type. It's not optimal to calculate primes without integers, you would need enormous number of visitors willing to load their machines to get some results.

There is an integer type if you use asm.js.

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January 24, 2014, 07:22:36 AM
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This community is dead?
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January 24, 2014, 01:13:53 PM
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This community is dead?
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No, there's just not much to say. Primes are flying out of CPUs, that's it. It doesn't get any more exciting. Unless a CPU somewhere mines a dragon. Gotta watch those CPU dragons:: very exciting  Grin

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January 24, 2014, 01:54:00 PM
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This community is dead?
 Cry Cry Cry

OK, to start something to talk about maybe, here http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=2055.0
I posted my calculation to show that Primecoin probably has a limited total supply of ... fasten your seatbelt ... about 25 million, almost the same as BTC.

So keep on digging, new primecoins will run out! "The per block return will be less than 0.1XPM after 30 years. "  After 15 years about 90% of XPMs will have been mined.

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January 24, 2014, 10:15:30 PM
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This community is dead?
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No, there's just not much to say. Primes are flying out of CPUs, that's it.

That's one of the nice things about primecoin: It does not need spectacular talk of how it's going to the moon and all that crap. It's interesting in itself.

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January 24, 2014, 10:30:48 PM
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Anyone knows what is the correct ECKey.privateKeyPrefix for primecoin (XPM)?

The following bitaddress version produces priv.keys/address pairs for Peercoin (not Primecoin):
http://primecoin.org/bitaddress

Anyway, what I need is to know (or where to look precisely on the source) is the priv. key prefix used for Primecoin (XPM).
For example, for btc is 0x80, for ltc 0xb0, and for xpm = ?

Can someone can show me some direction on how to find this info for xpm (or any other coin) on the source?

Thank you!

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