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Author Topic: [XPM] [ANN] Primecoin Release - First Scientific Computing Cryptocurrency  (Read 686992 times)
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July 09, 2013, 07:24:45 PM
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People are probably block robbing on their optimized clients. Someone has got to release an optimized binary.

Yeah no friggin kidding. 40 hours at 79 PPS average and nothing. Seriously. I've asked 10 people so far to help me learn how to compile code to add my own personal flags... I'm not asking for answers, just the method to adjust some variables.


Download Notepad++, then edit the file with it. Just copy-paste the optimisation reported earlier.
I did it, but my pps didn't change. I don't know if the change are good.

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July 09, 2013, 07:34:36 PM
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People are probably block robbing on their optimized clients. Someone has got to release an optimized binary.

Yeah no friggin kidding. 40 hours at 79 PPS average and nothing. Seriously. I've asked 10 people so far to help me learn how to compile code to add my own personal flags... I'm not asking for answers, just the method to adjust some variables.

You can find good information here:
Building headless Bitcoin and Bitcoin-qt on Windows
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=149479.0

I already check it - working.

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July 09, 2013, 07:36:19 PM
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I dont know.. started 8 hours ago, with 2 machines, so far 8 blocks found... seems either people trying with weak machines or they are used to instamine madness Smiley not this coin, this is science bitch!
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July 09, 2013, 07:38:07 PM
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Hey Midas, err I mean Sunny King ;o) Nice job on the coin. Lots of good publicity right off the bat also.

and whomever take offense at this or not... Are you really complaining about someone not releasing an optimized miner because it's somehow not fair that they used their education, intellect, or a combination of the two to adjust how the client runs? By the way, is that an obama phone I see in your pocket?

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July 09, 2013, 07:38:29 PM
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anyone knows what the problem could be if i have primespersec 0 for hours?
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July 09, 2013, 07:40:03 PM
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People are probably block robbing on their optimized clients. Someone has got to release an optimized binary.

Yeah no friggin kidding. 40 hours at 79 PPS average and nothing. Seriously. I've asked 10 people so far to help me learn how to compile code to add my own personal flags... I'm not asking for answers, just the method to adjust some variables.

This is just as bad as instamining in my opinion. Pretty obvious by now that a 'select few' people are robbing this coin blind before most people can even find blocks. Same shit as as instamined crapcoins launched at 5 am pacific with botnets ready to go. Not sure if 100% intended by OP but releasing a coin that 'most people' take several days to even figure out how to mine is pretty damn weak.

Moving on.
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July 09, 2013, 07:40:42 PM
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Okay, can we get instruction on how to extract coin from our DigitalOcean droplet.  It has been so long since I have had to do console/coding like this Sad.

Sure. I do it this way:

  • ssh into remote instance
  • ./primecoind listtransactions –> copy the address mentioned in the output at "address"
  • ./primecoind dumpprivkey {{paste copied address here}} –> copy the private key returned
  • on your local computer holding the "master wallet" -> ./primecoind importprivkey {{paste copied private key here}}
  • now address holding the minted coins appears in your local wallet

No need to send coins over the blockchain this way, immature coins can be imported immediately.
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July 09, 2013, 07:42:38 PM
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I'm getting 198 Primespersec on my i7 3770. Must be lucky.
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July 09, 2013, 07:44:45 PM
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Okay, can we get instruction on how to extract coin from our DigitalOcean droplet.  It has been so long since I have had to do console/coding like this Sad.

Sure. I do it this way:

  • ssh into remote instance
  • ./primecoind listtransactions –> copy the address mentioned in the output at "address"
  • ./primecoind dumpprivkey {{paste copied address here}} –> copy the private key returned
  • on your local computer holding the "master wallet" -> ./primecoind importprivkey {{paste copied private key here}}
  • now address holding the minted coins appears in your local wallet

No need to send coins over the blockchain this way, immature coins can be imported immediately.
So does this basically merge the wallets, or do I need to worry about what I already have in the 'master wallet'?
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July 09, 2013, 07:50:20 PM
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People are probably block robbing on their optimized clients. Someone has got to release an optimized binary.

Yeah no friggin kidding. 40 hours at 79 PPS average and nothing. Seriously. I've asked 10 people so far to help me learn how to compile code to add my own personal flags... I'm not asking for answers, just the method to adjust some variables.


Download Notepad++, then edit the file with it. Just copy-paste the optimisation reported earlier.
I did it, but my pps didn't change. I don't know if the change are good.

I confirm to get better results after tuning with Notepad++


Is it possible to check the balance of a wallet somewhere outside of primecoin-qt?
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July 09, 2013, 07:54:59 PM
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People are probably block robbing on their optimized clients. Someone has got to release an optimized binary.

Yeah no friggin kidding. 40 hours at 79 PPS average and nothing. Seriously. I've asked 10 people so far to help me learn how to compile code to add my own personal flags... I'm not asking for answers, just the method to adjust some variables.


Download Notepad++, then edit the file with it. Just copy-paste the optimisation reported earlier.
I did it, but my pps didn't change. I don't know if the change are good.

I confirm to get better results after tuning with Notepad++

Witch file do  you edit exactly?

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July 09, 2013, 07:55:46 PM
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Okay, can we get instruction on how to extract coin from our DigitalOcean droplet.  It has been so long since I have had to do console/coding like this Sad.

Sure. I do it this way:

  • ssh into remote instance
  • ./primecoind listtransactions –> copy the address mentioned in the output at "address"
  • ./primecoind dumpprivkey {{paste copied address here}} –> copy the private key returned
  • on your local computer holding the "master wallet" -> ./primecoind importprivkey {{paste copied private key here}}
  • now address holding the minted coins appears in your local wallet

No need to send coins over the blockchain this way, immature coins can be imported immediately.
So does this basically merge the wallets, or do I need to worry about what I already have in the 'master wallet'?
It's kind of a manual merge. Technically you just add a new address to your existing "master wallet" just like you could with any other address, too. In our case, that address is the one your newly minted coins were credited to. (Minted coins are always credited to a new address internally.)

All other addresses in your "master wallet" will remain untouched as will your remote wallets.
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July 09, 2013, 07:56:10 PM
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People are probably block robbing on their optimized clients. Someone has got to release an optimized binary.

Yeah no friggin kidding. 40 hours at 79 PPS average and nothing. Seriously. I've asked 10 people so far to help me learn how to compile code to add my own personal flags... I'm not asking for answers, just the method to adjust some variables.


Download Notepad++, then edit the file with it. Just copy-paste the optimisation reported earlier.
I did it, but my pps didn't change. I don't know if the change are good.

I confirm to get better results after tuning with Notepad++

Witch file do  you edit exactly?


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July 09, 2013, 07:57:33 PM
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20 hours mining with 80-100 PPS and only 1 block. Sad
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July 09, 2013, 08:05:08 PM
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People are probably block robbing on their optimized clients. Someone has got to release an optimized binary.

Yeah no friggin kidding. 40 hours at 79 PPS average and nothing. Seriously. I've asked 10 people so far to help me learn how to compile code to add my own personal flags... I'm not asking for answers, just the method to adjust some variables.

This is just as bad as instamining in my opinion. Pretty obvious by now that a 'select few' people are robbing this coin blind before most people can even find blocks. Same shit as as instamined crapcoins launched at 5 am pacific with botnets ready to go. Not sure if 100% intended by OP but releasing a coin that 'most people' take several days to even figure out how to mine is pretty damn weak.

Moving on.


This is a good example of why having a perceived unequal playing field dooms a new coin... or a at least hinders its growth

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July 09, 2013, 08:05:21 PM
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What i'm seeing is the new gen of intels the i3, i5, and i7 xxxxK's are having the most luck. Using a i7 920 i've been mining for roughly 40 hours with not a single block reward. With another comp which is a newer (but weaker) AMD I've seen 5 rewards.

I have a suspicion. It's hot here, and the 920 runs really hot (89ish under full load), and this may be causing some errors. Because this gui doesnt give us any relevant info theres a good chance that its dropping a lot of work due to those errors. So everyone whos not getting any rewards, check your ambient temps, and your core temps.

This would correlate to the new gen of intels as they run cooler. As well, the newer AMD case i have is much better ventilated and runs much cooler. Even though my 920 says its doing 50-100 PPS, not getting anything after 40 hours is kind of a dead giveaway that somethings not right. This miner is seriously lacking in the feature department (not even a "start mining" button, come on) but i'm sure the dev has his hands full with other things.

In short:
CHECK YOUR TEMPS
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July 09, 2013, 08:06:40 PM
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Found second block with "new" client. Would a linux binary benefit anyone? I suppose everyone who managed to run primecoind on linux knows how to change a few lines of code though.
Compiling coin clients for Windows is a huge pain in the *** btw, i guess that's the reason no optimized windows binary was posted so far.

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July 09, 2013, 08:06:46 PM
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What i'm seeing is the new gen of intels the i3, i5, and i7 xxxxK's are having the most luck. Using a i7 920 i've been mining for roughly 40 hours with not a single block reward. With another comp which is a newer (but weaker) AMD I've seen 5 rewards.

I have a suspicion. It's hot here, and the 920 runs really hot (89ish under full load), and this may be causing some errors. Because this gui doesnt give us any relevant info theres a good chance that its dropping a lot of work due to those errors. So everyone whos not getting any rewards, check your ambient temps, and your core temps.

This would correlate to the new gen of intels as they run cooler. As well, the newer AMD case i have is much better ventilated and runs much cooler. Even though my 920 says its doing 50-100 PPS, not getting anything after 40 hours is kind of a dead giveaway that somethings not right. This miner is seriously lacking in the feature department (not even a "start mining" button, come on) but i'm sure the dev has his hands full with other things.

In short:
CHECK YOUR TEMPS

53C while mining but still no blocks after 20 hours of mining Sad

Found second block with "new" client. Would a linux binary benefit anyone? I suppose everyone computer savvy enough to run primecoind on linux knows how to change a few lines of code though.
Compiling coin clients for Windows is a huge pain in the *** btw, i guess that's the reason no windows binary was posted so far.

Yes please! Even though I'd prefer a Windows bin. :C
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July 09, 2013, 08:06:50 PM
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 lol obamaphone? vast majority of the US lives on food stamps/ social security/handouts/obamaphones and that society seems to be working well enough to easily control the entire world and more... what was your point?

Ok.. you just keep on dreaming.. you controlling everything.. just dont forget the napkin to wipe yourself when you wake up. Jeez, the arrogance of 'Murica is just astonishing. You are in debt more then anyone, you are far from leader in education (numba 27 biatch, thats 'Murica fuk ya), far from nobel prize winners, far from novelties in technologies.. please, tell me again how you 'Murica to number one.
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July 09, 2013, 08:08:11 PM
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Seeing this:


Bugs me a bit. Can someone fix this?
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