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Author Topic: [ANN] DERO: DAG + Cryptonote + Bulletproofs + SSL + POW + Smart Contracts  (Read 121189 times)
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June 01, 2018, 04:27:09 AM
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dero is an asic supporter
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June 01, 2018, 04:29:09 AM
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Atlantis has a new algo that is (for now) ASIC-resistant to a reasonable degree. All we're trying to say is that mining technology has advanced quite far, and so we're still giving the whole ASIC situation a very thorough review. When Atlantis launches we will have a little bit more time to dig through our data to see what is, and isn't possible.
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June 01, 2018, 05:54:03 AM
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Alright, it looks like everyone is running out of things to cause FUD over. Go ahead and try some ASIC rhetoric and try to start arguments. Atlantis will do the talking when it's released. Have fun guys, I think I'll go ahead and wait until Atlantis is released. I'm going to sit this one out but I'll give you all of you  an "A" for effort and 1 out of 10 for originality.

ASIC FUD is so 2 months ago. lol

DERO - Secure. Private. Smart Contracts.
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June 01, 2018, 06:05:36 AM
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What's with that earlier quote that Inlite brought up though Serena:

"Our devs even built an asic-resistant algo generator that can produce hundreds of new algos/second."

In retrospect it seems like it was at least an odd thing to have said, and isn't a statement you're currently holding to.  Seems like it needs a bit of explanation.  From my understanding, there are two possibilities:

(1)  There is/was an algo generator that could change the algo as often as you like - but each change would still require a daemon update and a soft fork.  Basically it plays with some parameters and the new algo is fairly trivially different from the old one, but this change was at the time thought to be enough to throw ASICs off the network until a new hardware update of the ASIC (new ASIC) was developed.

(2)  The algo referred to is a POW algo that could change itself hundreds of times a second and would in some way be self-replicating and ASIC resistance without needing any daemon updates or forks

My impression is that (2) seems like science fiction and can't be what you meant.

That leaves (1).  Producing a new algo that differ from the old by just a few different parameters isn't really producing a new algo so that is stretching the facts a bit, and in any case, ASIC mining is more sophisticated than you then realised and/or has become more sophisticated, and you now realise that these kinds of trivial changes are not sufficient to build ASIC resistance anyway, since ASICs can be built to accommodate them.  Given that the new algo (Atlantis / Dero-DAG) is new and therefore there will be no ASIC for it for a while at least, you want to just wait to do more research on this before making further commitments.  But the new algo is not inherently ASIC resistant; there is nothing about it that will make it particularly difficult for bitmain to develop a new ASIC for it given a bit of time, just as they have done for other CN algos.  Therefore you don't (any more) claim native ASIC resistance, but you are open to doing this going forward, if it proves technically possible.

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June 01, 2018, 06:31:47 AM
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The algo generator is capable of producing new algos based on variables/inputs from my understanding (fork required)

More information and research is needed in the area of advanced mining tech
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June 01, 2018, 07:49:37 AM
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words go here

Atlantis has a new algo that is (for now) ASIC-resistant to a reasonable degree. All we're trying to say is that mining technology has advanced quite far, and so we're still giving the whole ASIC situation a very thorough review. When Atlantis launches we will have a little bit more time to dig through our data to see what is, and isn't possible.


thank you for answer!  Smiley
it means ASIC-resistant until the new firmware is available for ASICS.....
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June 01, 2018, 08:47:04 AM
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olny CLI ?  Dero have  GUI WALLET?

No GUI wallet for DERO. It's kind of incredible that someone would buy an ASIC and not know how to set up a CLI wallet... You didn't do much research before you bought that thing, did you?



It's none of your business.We make money , we don't have time to to learn programming languages or IT education . IF you want make DERO great and TOP coin make GUI WALLET make convenient wallets and pools . Why btc bch ltc eth zcash and over have easy use ? I that look like hacker ? to sit and write in the command line letters ?
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June 01, 2018, 08:51:26 AM
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olny CLI ?  Dero have  GUI WALLET?

No GUI wallet for DERO. It's kind of incredible that someone would buy an ASIC and not know how to set up a CLI wallet... You didn't do much research before you bought that thing, did you?



It's none of your business.We make money , we don't have time to to learn programming languages or IT education . IF you want make DERO great and TOP coin make GUI WALLET make convenient wallets and pools . Why btc bch ltc eth zcash and over have easy use ? I that look like hacker ? to sit and write in the command line letters ?

Calm down, take it easy. There's a GUI to be released at the end of Q2.
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June 01, 2018, 10:25:53 AM
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I think that the trend at that time is important.
If eth changes to ASIC, more GPU miners or GPU providers will be in trouble.
I think that it is necessary to change by the trend.
Since now ASIC has few manufacturers, it becomes monopoly.
It would be better to wait a little more for the ASIC.
It had better get involved with more people.
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June 01, 2018, 11:18:51 AM
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It's none of your business.We make money , we don't have time to to learn programming languages or IT education . IF you want make DERO great and TOP coin make GUI WALLET make convenient wallets and pools . Why btc bch ltc eth zcash and over have easy use ? I that look like hacker ? to sit and write in the command line letters ?

This is the state of professional miners now, can't mine without GUI wallet? Wow, crypto community is really in a bad state
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June 01, 2018, 11:43:18 AM
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No GUI wallet for DERO. It's kind of incredible that someone would buy an ASIC and not know how to set up a CLI wallet... You didn't do much research before you bought that thing, did you?

It's none of your business.We make money , we don't have time to to learn programming languages or IT education . IF you want make DERO great and TOP coin make GUI WALLET make convenient wallets and pools . Why btc bch ltc eth zcash and over have easy use ? I that look like hacker ? to sit and write in the command line letters ?

You're only here to make money and you don't have time to learn how to do just that? What ever made you think you were entitled to help from us in your singular pursuit of greed?

EDIT - just saw @CorePrime95's post and I fully agree with it!  Grin
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June 01, 2018, 05:55:53 PM
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Dero bulletproof upgrades and optimizations #1
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June 01, 2018, 07:28:21 PM
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What's with that earlier quote that Inlite brought up though Serena:

"Our devs even built an asic-resistant algo generator that can produce hundreds of new algos/second."

In retrospect it seems like it was at least an odd thing to have said, and isn't a statement you're currently holding to.  Seems like it needs a bit of explanation.  From my understanding, there are two possibilities:

(1)  There is/was an algo generator that could change the algo as often as you like - but each change would still require a daemon update and a soft fork.  Basically it plays with some parameters and the new algo is fairly trivially different from the old one, but this change was at the time thought to be enough to throw ASICs off the network until a new hardware update of the ASIC (new ASIC) was developed.

(2)  The algo referred to is a POW algo that could change itself hundreds of times a second and would in some way be self-replicating and ASIC resistance without needing any daemon updates or forks

My impression is that (2) seems like science fiction and can't be what you meant.

That leaves (1).  Producing a new algo that differ from the old by just a few different parameters isn't really producing a new algo so that is stretching the facts a bit, and in any case, ASIC mining is more sophisticated than you then realised and/or has become more sophisticated, and you now realise that these kinds of trivial changes are not sufficient to build ASIC resistance anyway, since ASICs can be built to accommodate them.  Given that the new algo (Atlantis / Dero-DAG) is new and therefore there will be no ASIC for it for a while at least, you want to just wait to do more research on this before making further commitments.  But the new algo is not inherently ASIC resistant; there is nothing about it that will make it particularly difficult for bitmain to develop a new ASIC for it given a bit of time, just as they have done for other CN algos.  Therefore you don't (any more) claim native ASIC resistance, but you are open to doing this going forward, if it proves technically possible.

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Atlantis will be ASIC resistant... but asics will probably arrive one day or another..
i recommend this post from the SIA coin founder about the state of mining and ASICs...
https://blog.sia.tech/the-state-of-cryptocurrency-mining-538004a37f9b
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June 02, 2018, 05:29:40 AM
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First blockchain to have: DeroDAG + Cryptonote + Bulletproofs + Complete SSL + POW .
Blocktime 9 secs + Confirmation times < 99 Secs.


Sound awesome. Can't believe until I see with my own eyes

DERO Atlantis testnet in action. Watch Explorer http://212.8.242.60:8081/
DeroDAG + Cryptonote + Bulletproofs + Complete SSL + POW implemented successfully.

Is there a planed date for the change on the mainnet?

We will set a block height, but no firm date just yet. 6 days or less though

3 days left, any update?
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June 02, 2018, 07:34:43 AM
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Is there any coin limitation that you can transfer dero from stocks.exchange??
will it be Ok to transfer 1000+ dero from stocksexchange to personal wallet??

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June 02, 2018, 07:54:16 AM
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Is there any coin limitation that you can transfer dero from stocks.exchange??
will it be Ok to transfer 1000+ dero from stocksexchange to personal wallet??



Yea that should be fine
They fixed the transfer issues a while back
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June 02, 2018, 08:46:59 AM
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Not sure if this is the right place to post this - if not, please point me in the right direction.

At the time of writing this, it is now 43 hours since I sent 10 Dero, and the amount does still not appear on the exchange I sent it to. The blockchain explorer at https://explorer.dero.io/ says the transaction has 857 confirmations - and still counting. Does this sound right? Looking at more recent transactions, I see maximum 20 confirmations. When can I assume my transaction will be completely confirmed?

This is my first Dero transaction, and I'm quite disappointed about it.

This is always exchange software problem. It is common with many coins and depends on the exchange backend. Some exchanges can get overloaded if many new people join. But sending Deros across the network has always been very fast.
Thanks for chiming in. I contacted stocks.exchange support, and they're taking a look.

I just don't understand why it can be the recipient's problem, since transactions are approved by nodes in the network. Unless the exchanges' node is messing things up, so the transaction won't complete? Can anyone explain please?

If the transaction is on the blockchain then it HAS to be the recipient's problem.  They are simply not syncing their wallet to the blockchain or have some other back end issue.  The only other explanation is you sent it to some other address by mistake so you are looking in the wrong place.
OK, so I contacted stocks.exchange support, and apart from saying that they would look into it, they have been absolutely unresponsive. Asking about the state of things is met with deafening silence. I created the support ticket on May 19th, today is June 2nd. My transaction is now 330 hours old, and has been confirmed 6447 times. I'm pretty sure the address was correct, since I copied the address from the exchange, and visually checked it. The CLI Dero wallet doesn't seem to show the addresses of the transactions, only the transaction IDs - so it's a bit hard to double check at this point.

Checking the wallet log, I saw this:

minimum fee 0.01624035 required fees 0.02436052 provided fee 0.00000000 size 15 fee/kb 0.00108269

Could this be related? I remember seeing that transactions may be stuck if the transaction fee was not paid. I don't recall being asked about paying a fee by the wallet client. Is there something I can do to fix this, if that's the problem?

Or, is it possible to cancel the transaction altogether, since it's currently stuck in limbo and nobody seem to want my goddamn money?

How can I proceed from here? Can anybody give any pointers? Point me in the direction of information that helps me solve the problem (if it's solvable at all)?
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June 02, 2018, 10:29:43 AM
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OK, so I contacted stocks.exchange support, and apart from saying that they would look into it, they have been absolutely unresponsive. Asking about the state of things is met with deafening silence. I created the support ticket on May 19th, today is June 2nd. My transaction is now 330 hours old, and has been confirmed 6447 times. I'm pretty sure the address was correct, since I copied the address from the exchange, and visually checked it. The CLI Dero wallet doesn't seem to show the addresses of the transactions, only the transaction IDs - so it's a bit hard to double check at this point.

Checking the wallet log, I saw this:

minimum fee 0.01624035 required fees 0.02436052 provided fee 0.00000000 size 15 fee/kb 0.00108269

Could this be related? I remember seeing that transactions may be stuck if the transaction fee was not paid. I don't recall being asked about paying a fee by the wallet client. Is there something I can do to fix this, if that's the problem?

Or, is it possible to cancel the transaction altogether, since it's currently stuck in limbo and nobody seem to want my goddamn money?

How can I proceed from here? Can anybody give any pointers? Point me in the direction of information that helps me solve the problem (if it's solvable at all)?

More than 20 confirmation : Your fund are safe in the blockchain, at this point you have only one choice : it's just to wait. (it's an Exchange back-end issue.)

The support must be unresponsive because you aren't probably only one to have this issue.
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June 02, 2018, 10:34:28 AM
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OK, so I contacted stocks.exchange support, and apart from saying that they would look into it, they have been absolutely unresponsive. Asking about the state of things is met with deafening silence. I created the support ticket on May 19th, today is June 2nd. My transaction is now 330 hours old, and has been confirmed 6447 times. I'm pretty sure the address was correct, since I copied the address from the exchange, and visually checked it. The CLI Dero wallet doesn't seem to show the addresses of the transactions, only the transaction IDs - so it's a bit hard to double check at this point.

Checking the wallet log, I saw this:

minimum fee 0.01624035 required fees 0.02436052 provided fee 0.00000000 size 15 fee/kb 0.00108269

Could this be related? I remember seeing that transactions may be stuck if the transaction fee was not paid. I don't recall being asked about paying a fee by the wallet client. Is there something I can do to fix this, if that's the problem?

Or, is it possible to cancel the transaction altogether, since it's currently stuck in limbo and nobody seem to want my goddamn money?

How can I proceed from here? Can anybody give any pointers? Point me in the direction of information that helps me solve the problem (if it's solvable at all)?

More than 20 confirmation : Your fund are safe in the blockchain, at this point you have only one choice : it's just to wait. (it's an Exchange back-end issue.)

The support must be unresponsive because you aren't probably only one to have this issue.
Thanks for the reassurance :-)
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OK, so I contacted stocks.exchange support, and apart from saying that they would look into it, they have been absolutely unresponsive. Asking about the state of things is met with deafening silence. I created the support ticket on May 19th, today is June 2nd. My transaction is now 330 hours old, and has been confirmed 6447 times. I'm pretty sure the address was correct, since I copied the address from the exchange, and visually checked it. The CLI Dero wallet doesn't seem to show the addresses of the transactions, only the transaction IDs - so it's a bit hard to double check at this point.

Checking the wallet log, I saw this:

minimum fee 0.01624035 required fees 0.02436052 provided fee 0.00000000 size 15 fee/kb 0.00108269

Could this be related? I remember seeing that transactions may be stuck if the transaction fee was not paid. I don't recall being asked about paying a fee by the wallet client. Is there something I can do to fix this, if that's the problem?

Or, is it possible to cancel the transaction altogether, since it's currently stuck in limbo and nobody seem to want my goddamn money?

How can I proceed from here? Can anybody give any pointers? Point me in the direction of information that helps me solve the problem (if it's solvable at all)?

More than 20 confirmation : Your fund are safe in the blockchain, at this point you have only one choice : it's just to wait. (it's an Exchange back-end issue.)

The support must be unresponsive because you aren't probably only one to have this issue.
Thanks for the reassurance :-)


Well it sounds to me like an exchange related issue, so as advices its better to create a ticket on the exchange and wait for their reply
Hope they respond to it quickly
With low volume exchanges it may take a while but be patient
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