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Author Topic: [ANN] DERO: DAG + Cryptonote + Bulletproofs + SSL + POW + Smart Contracts  (Read 62117 times)
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January 18, 2018, 09:00:50 PM
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Honest question: Is the network under attack or... whats with the 7MH/s on a 0.50 USD coin?

I was just wondering the same thing... as well as which asshat let NiceHack onto their pool?



Few things, first of all, awesome updates from the dev on the progress report.  Second of all, that 7 mh hashrate is going to look incredibly good when people actually find out about Dero and the prospects it has...

I don't think many people realize how much of a hidden gem this is right now.  All of you in here are lucky.

Looks to be a private pool as none of the known pools have a hash rate out of the ordinary. Agreed on the hidden gem part! When the network is measured in hundreds of MH/s these will be the glory days in hindsight.

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January 18, 2018, 09:14:10 PM
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Bah, I'm just cranky because I'm down to making just a little over 2 DERO a day, when only this morning it was closer to 10...

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January 18, 2018, 10:02:07 PM
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Bah, I'm just cranky because I'm down to making just a little over 2 DERO a day, when only this morning it was closer to 10...



Whoever paid for all that hashing power must be super cranky. They've found so few blocks

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January 18, 2018, 10:19:00 PM
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I got a rig with 4xgtx1070 + 1xgtx1080ti pointing to dero.tech
I´m getting like 4 Dero in last 24 hours=(1$??..) ... And my hash rate is totaly incorrect 131.65 H/sec acording to pool (3500h/s in fact ).. i double checked that  i´m pointing correctly to the pool
Please contact me on slack, we can try to figure it out or try the nitropool. I have a few 1070 rigs on it right now mining with ccminer 2.2.3 on port 7777 and the hashrate is correct.

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January 18, 2018, 10:22:32 PM
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I got a rig with 4xgtx1070 + 1xgtx1080ti pointing to dero.tech
I´m getting like 4 Dero in last 24 hours=(1$??..) ... And my hash rate is totaly incorrect 131.65 H/sec acording to pool (3500h/s in fact ).. i double checked that  i´m pointing correctly to the pool
Please contact me on slack, we can try to figure it out or try the nitropool. I have a few 1070 rigs on it right now mining with ccminer 2.2.3 on port 7777 and the hashrate is correct.

My hashrate is also reporting correctly on nitropools plus we just found 4 of the last 5 blocks with like 3-4% of the network hashrate because team nitropools rocks!

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January 18, 2018, 10:24:49 PM
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Hi,
I've been mining around three days (http://pool.dero.live/) and I still don't see any dero on my wallet. On the pool I see this detail:

Address: dERoSHYEC..............................
 Pending Balance: 0.805222848213 DERO
 Total Paid: 0.000000000000 DERO
 Last Share Submitted: about a minute ago
 Hash Rate: 12.84 H/sec
 Total Hashes Submitted: 6030449

When will I get DERO into my wallet?
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January 18, 2018, 10:29:03 PM
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Hi,
I've been mining around three days (http://pool.dero.live/) and I still don't see any dero on my wallet. On the pool I see this detail:

Address: dERoSHYEC..............................
 Pending Balance: 0.805222848213 DERO
 Total Paid: 0.000000000000 DERO
 Last Share Submitted: about a minute ago
 Hash Rate: 12.84 H/sec
 Total Hashes Submitted: 6030449

When will I get DERO into my wallet?

The minimum payment threshold is 4.0 Dero before it sends to your wallet

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January 18, 2018, 11:12:43 PM
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I've been mining around three days (http://pool.dero.live/) and I still don't see any dero on my wallet. On the pool I see this detail:
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 Hash Rate: 12.84 H/sec

Uh, definitely not trying to sound elitist here, but that is a really low hashrate; even my 10+ year old AMD Phenom II 955 can do around 40-50 H/s. What kind of CPU and mining software are you using? (Please don't say you are using a laptop... mining is murder on laptops!).
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January 18, 2018, 11:14:55 PM
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Bah, I'm just cranky because I'm down to making just a little over 2 DERO a day, when only this morning it was closer to 10...



Whoever paid for all that hashing power must be super cranky. They've found so few blocks

Looks like whoever it was took their toys and ran home...Network hashrate is down to ~2.3 MH/s and difficulty, while still elevated, is at least below 300M. I'm (as of now) making a little over 6 DERO per day between my 2 CPUs!  Tongue

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January 18, 2018, 11:42:28 PM
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Bah, I'm just cranky because I'm down to making just a little over 2 DERO a day, when only this morning it was closer to 10...



Whoever paid for all that hashing power must be super cranky. They've found so few blocks

Looks like whoever it was took their toys and ran home...Network hashrate is down to ~2.3 MH/s and difficulty, while still elevated, is at least below 300M. I'm (as of now) making a little over 6 DERO per day between my 2 CPUs!  Tongue



That's gonna end up having been really good value mining probably from almost no hash power.  Got to love coins that actually give a solid chance to CPU miners...

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January 18, 2018, 11:52:30 PM
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Looks like whoever it was took their toys and ran home...Network hashrate is down to ~2.3 MH/s and difficulty, while still elevated, is at least below 300M. I'm (as of now) making a little over 6 DERO per day between my 2 CPUs!  Tongue
That's gonna end up having been really good value mining probably from almost no hash power.  Got to love coins that actually give a solid chance to CPU miners...

My 2 CPUs combined do around 700 H/s, which is just under what my single RX 570 can do by itself (though the RX 570 requires 50% more power for 20-25 more H/s, I should note). I do have a bunch of Nvidia cards for mining as well, but they don't seem to do nearly as well at Cryptonight as AMD. I will revisit that as new mining programs become available, though (this was with xmr-stak).

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January 19, 2018, 02:34:09 AM
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Honest question: Is the network under attack or... whats with the 7MH/s on a 0.50 USD coin?

I was just wondering the same thing... as well as which asshat let NiceHack onto their pool?



Few things, first of all, awesome updates from the dev on the progress report.  Second of all, that 7 mh hashrate is going to look incredibly good when people actually find out about Dero and the prospects it has...

I don't think many people realize how much of a hidden gem this is right now.  All of you in here are lucky.

Looks to be a private pool as none of the known pools have a hash rate out of the ordinary. Agreed on the hidden gem part! When the network is measured in hundreds of MH/s these will be the glory days in hindsight.



Thanks guys for your support and trust.
Lets work and hope for the best.
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January 19, 2018, 02:47:21 AM
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This is a very good idea, I hope you can improve more details, such as white papers, roadmap, as well as your team information.
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January 19, 2018, 03:34:51 AM
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A huge hash rate is coming from outside the pool.
I think most of them are gotten by using malware or sub pool stealing?
It is well balanced.
Because it does not cost money, the end does not come.
I often find it in the pool of cryptonote.
I think the suddenly large big hash rate is cloud or nicehash.
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January 19, 2018, 03:40:24 AM
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Bah, I'm just cranky because I'm down to making just a little over 2 DERO a day, when only this morning it was closer to 10...



Whoever paid for all that hashing power must be super cranky. They've found so few blocks

Could it be an offensive move? Create a massive surge of hash, cause the block retargeting to kick in, and then abandon the algo so that blocks aren't being processed?
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January 19, 2018, 04:22:07 AM
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Bah, I'm just cranky because I'm down to making just a little over 2 DERO a day, when only this morning it was closer to 10...



Whoever paid for all that hashing power must be super cranky. They've found so few blocks

Could it be an offensive move? Create a massive surge of hash, cause the block retargeting to kick in, and then abandon the algo so that blocks aren't being processed?

Unlikely, DERO adjusts difficulty every block so such an attack would only succeed in the extremely short term.

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January 19, 2018, 04:22:18 AM
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DERO 44 days update:

Please to announce Status update release 1 of DERO Blockchain :
https://github.com/deroproject/derosuite

As per https://github.com/deroproject/derosuite/blob/master/README.md

In the status update release 1, Following parts of cryptonote has been rewritten in golang.

At present, Golang DERO daemon can sync and verify blockchain with the existing DERO network.

For specific details of current DERO core implementation and capabilities, see below:

    Cryptonight Hash: This is an ASIC resistant, memory-bound algorithm. This provides assurance that all miners are equal. ( No miner has any advantage over common miners).
    Wire protocol (90% completed): This protocol is used to exchange data between 2 DERO daemon nodes. At this point, Go daemon can connect to C daemon and vice-versa, sync blockchain and exchange, already possible. Complete interoperability has been achieved. This has 3 sub protocols:
   Levin Protocol: Bottom most layer, basically message framing.
   P2P Protocol: Handshake exchange, P2P commands and timed synchronization.
   CryptoNote Protocol: This layers controls exchange of blocks, transactions and blockchain itself.
    Pederson Commitment: (Part of ring confidential transactions): Pederson commitment algorithm is a cryptographic primitive that allows user to commit to a chosen value while keeping it hidden to others. Pederson commitment is used to hide all amounts without revealing the actual amount. It is a homomorphic commitment scheme.
    Borromean Signature: (Part of ring confidential transactions): Borromean Signatures are used to prove that the commitment has a specific value, without revealing the value itself.
    Additive Homomorphic Encryption: Additive Homomorphic Encryption is used to prove that sum of encrypted Input transaction amounts is EQUAL to sum of encrypted output amounts. This is based on Homomorphic Pederson commitment scheme.
    Multilayered Linkable Spontaneous Anonymous Group (MLSAG) Work-in-Progress: (Part of ring confidential transactions): MLSAG gives DERO untraceability and increases privacy and fungibility. MLSAG is a user controlled parameter ( Mixin) which the user can change to improve his privacy. Mixin of minimal amount is enforced and user cannot disable it.
   Core-Consensus Protocol implemented: Consensus protocol serves 2 major purpose
          Protects the system from adversaries and protects it from forking and tampering.
          Next block in the chain is the one and only correct version of truth ( balances)
   Proof-of-Work(PoW) algorithm: PoW part of core consensus protocol which is used to cryptographically prove that X amount of work has been done to successfully find a        block. To deter use of specialized hardware, an ASIC resistant, memory bound cryptonight algorithm is used in DERO project.
    Difficulty algorithm: Difficulty algorithm controls the system so as blocks are found roughly at the same speed, irrespective of the number and amount of mining power deployed.
    Serialization/De-serialization of blocks: Capability to encode/decode/process blocks .
    Serialization/De-serialization of transactions: Capability to encode/decode/process transactions.
    Socks proxy: Socks proxy has been implemented and integrated within the daemon to decrease user identifiability and improve user anonymity.
    Interactive daemon can print blocks, txs, even entire blockchain from within the daemon
    status, diff, print_bc, print_block, print_tx and several other commands implemented
    GO DERO Daemon has both mainnet, testnet support.
    Tree-hash for transactions (based on keccak): This merkle root allows user to verify transactions as needed without adding transaction body to block header.
    BOLT Database: DERO Blockchain uses BoltDB for future scalability and low latency reads.
    Enhanced Reliability, Privacy, Security, Useability, Portabilty assured. For discussion on each point how pls visit forum.

The daemon is only for limited testing and evaluation purposes only.



NOTE: DO NOT MIGRATE to this daemon. This is strictly for evaluation.

Pls download precompiled binaries for Windows, Solaris, Mac, BSDs, arm etc. from:  https://github.com/deroproject/derosuite

Thank you.



Awesome!!!! Keep up the good work Dev Smiley
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January 19, 2018, 05:30:52 AM
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I'm trying to send dero, it fails with an error below, please advise

[wallet dERoST]: status
Refreshed 21478/21478, synced, daemon RPC v1.13
[wallet dERoST]: sweep_all 1 XXX YYYY
Wallet password: ******
Error: failed to get output: possibly lost connection to daemon

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January 19, 2018, 06:24:40 AM
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Hi,
I've been mining around three days (http://pool.dero.live/) and I still don't see any dero on my wallet. On the pool I see this detail:
Hash Rate: 12.84 H/sec
When will I get DERO into my wallet?
My friend, do not torture the calculator  Grin. Only in vain to waste electricity.
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January 19, 2018, 06:54:41 AM
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Hi, devs

The SLACK invitation link is not working now. Please update the link. I wanna to join in. Thanks!
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