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Author Topic: [ANN] DERO: DAG + Cryptonote + Bulletproofs + SSL + POW + Smart Contracts  (Read 62117 times)
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February 09, 2018, 04:04:24 AM
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OK, I see the point about completing the technical roadmap before a more general widespread promotion/listing of the coin.

Is this proceeding smoothly/to plan, do you think?

Better than I expected, can't speak for others though. The project is barely 2 months old, and the devs have already showcased / beta tested a fully functional daemon in Golang. That's more than some other projects I'm involved with have accomplished in 6 months.

Yep, I agree. The steady progress and calm demeanor of our fearless CaptDero is why I switched some GPU hashpower back over to this coin even though the difficulty is horrendous and the present-day income/day is terrible.

I used to mine Sumokoin, didn't care about present-day income, it eventually paid out. So I don't care right now, I just want more DERO.  Cheesy Huuuuuge potential, HODL!
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February 09, 2018, 04:23:45 AM
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---------------------------------------
BUY ORDERS https://stocks.exchange
1.DERO  ---------> Total: 1.386017 BTC
2.MASARI  ------> Total: 0.721455 BTC
3.FONERO ------> Total: 0.316198 BTC
4.B2BCOIN  -----> Total: 0.205040  BTC
5.IRIDIUM ------> Total: 0.000000 BTC
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Trade
1.DERO  -----> https://stocks.exchange/trade/DERO/BTC
2.MASARI  --> https://stocks.exchange/trade/MSR/BTC
3.FONERO --> https://stocks.exchange/trade/FNO/BTC
4.B2BCOIN  -> https://stocks.exchange/trade/B2B/BTC
5.IRIDIUM --> nan
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February 09, 2018, 04:28:16 AM
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mining first dero, dev very responsive: D

Hi Sandra,
Sorry for disruptions.
Pool daemon got stucked for sometime. Manually transferred 70 DERO.
payment-ID: 375188a02480c91ebbc50e393082b69702cd4bdedec6387f1b3935dadfd95317
This payment will not show in pool payments.
Also first payment you will get after ~2.5 hrs and then every 30mins.

Rd.
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February 09, 2018, 04:37:03 AM
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OK, I see the point about completing the technical roadmap before a more general widespread promotion/listing of the coin.

Is this proceeding smoothly/to plan, do you think?

Better than I expected, can't speak for others though. The project is barely 2 months old, and the devs have already showcased / beta tested a fully functional daemon in Golang. That's more than some other projects I'm involved with have accomplished in 6 months.



Totally agree with this.  Progress is quite fast for such a development task.  I've come to fully understand the potential here after some responses from CptDero and I'm very much sold on this team/project.

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February 09, 2018, 11:31:00 PM
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Mining on the official pool for the past day and now its saying my IP is banned?  Has this happened to anyone else?
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February 09, 2018, 11:48:04 PM
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Mining on the official pool for the past day and now its saying my IP is banned?  Has this happened to anyone else?

Yep, for setting too low of a difficulty for your hashrate. Difficulty should be in the range of 10-30x your hashrate (e.g. - 7000 to 21000 for 700 H/s) and can be set by appending the value to your DERO address with a period, e.g., <address>.<difficulty>

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February 10, 2018, 06:46:42 AM
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Mining on the official pool for the past day and now its saying my IP is banned?  Has this happened to anyone else?

Yep, for setting too low of a difficulty for your hashrate. Difficulty should be in the range of 10-30x your hashrate (e.g. - 7000 to 21000 for 700 H/s) and can be set by appending the value to your DERO address with a period, e.g., <address>.<difficulty>



Does setting a firm hashrate have any benefit?
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February 10, 2018, 12:05:35 PM
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Mining on the official pool for the past day and now its saying my IP is banned?  Has this happened to anyone else?

Yep, for setting too low of a difficulty for your hashrate. Difficulty should be in the range of 10-30x your hashrate (e.g. - 7000 to 21000 for 700 H/s) and can be set by appending the value to your DERO address with a period, e.g., <address>.<difficulty>



Does setting a firm hashrate have any benefit?

More like fixed diff gives the benefit of a firm hashrate on the pool side. Plus you won’t miss quick blocks. This however doesn’t necessarily apply on the official pool in my experience
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February 10, 2018, 12:22:01 PM
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Mining on the official pool for the past day and now its saying my IP is banned?  Has this happened to anyone else?

Yep, for setting too low of a difficulty for your hashrate. Difficulty should be in the range of 10-30x your hashrate (e.g. - 7000 to 21000 for 700 H/s) and can be set by appending the value to your DERO address with a period, e.g., <address>.<difficulty>



Does setting a firm hashrate have any benefit?

You aren't setting a firm hashrate - that depends entirely on the capability of your miner - rather, you are setting a fixed share difficulty so that - hopefully! - you will find shares in a reasonably predictable and consistent amount of time. Like anything else there are tradeoffs involved: the lower the share difficulty the less valuable each share is, and the more of an impact ping time has on your earnings (because ping time becomes a significant percentage of the time to find each share). Conversely, too high a difficulty means you might still be trying to solve a share for a block that someone else found, rendering your share "stale" (ie, worthless).

If you don't set a fixed difficulty - and a lot of pools won't let you because it is misused or abused - then the pool will employ a singularly useless variable difficulty strategy that, in my experience at least, tends to result in spending a lot of time at ridiculously high difficulties for my hashrate (e.g. - 100001 for 440 H/s, when 8000 would be more appropriate).

Note that the format I gave earlier for setting a fixed difficulty does not apply to all pools; some require appending it to your address with a "+" while others require a ":" so make sure you check the pool's "getting started" section rather than solely rely on what some random dude on the internet says.
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February 10, 2018, 02:02:29 PM
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is there an official group telegram or discord?
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February 10, 2018, 02:04:44 PM
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DERO STATUS UPDATE 65 Days:

Pls to announce DERO Status Update Release 2: https://github.com/deroproject/derosuite
Release includes:
Dero daemon


Dero wallet both offline and online


Dero Explorer



CryptoNote protocol implementation in Golang is almost completed.
Sending Transaction support will be soon available in Testnet Network first.

Thanks for your support.

Capt. DERO

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February 10, 2018, 04:03:33 PM
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DERO STATUS UPDATE 65 Days:

Pls to announce DERO Status Update Release 2: https://github.com/deroproject/derosuite
Release includes:
Dero daemon
https://i.imgur.com/kGuSIzG.png

Dero wallet both offline and online
https://i.imgur.com/g6VhHf6.png

Dero Explorer
https://i.imgur.com/bfKQDWR.png


CryptoNote protocol implementation in Golang is almost completed.
Sending Transaction support will be soon available in Testnet Network first.

Thanks for your support.

Capt. DERO


Congratulation! The most hardworking dev I've ever seen in crypto world. This is why Dero is far more the leader of Crypto Night family. Hold Dero for years and you guys will see great rewards.
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February 10, 2018, 04:49:28 PM
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DERO STATUS UPDATE 65 Days:

Pls to announce DERO Status Update Release 2: https://github.com/deroproject/derosuite
Release includes:
Dero daemon
https://i.imgur.com/kGuSIzG.png

Dero wallet both offline and online
https://i.imgur.com/g6VhHf6.png

Dero Explorer
https://i.imgur.com/bfKQDWR.png


CryptoNote protocol implementation in Golang is almost completed.
Sending Transaction support will be soon available in Testnet Network first.

Thanks for your support.

Capt. DERO


Congratulation! The most hardworking dev I've ever seen in crypto world. This is why Dero is far more the leader of Crypto Night family. Hold Dero for years and you guys will see great rewards.

+1 for Capt. DERO.
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February 10, 2018, 05:37:17 PM
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Mining on the official pool for the past day and now its saying my IP is banned?  Has this happened to anyone else?

Yep, for setting too low of a difficulty for your hashrate. Difficulty should be in the range of 10-30x your hashrate (e.g. - 7000 to 21000 for 700 H/s) and can be set by appending the value to your DERO address with a period, e.g., <address>.<difficulty>



Does setting a firm hashrate have any benefit?

You aren't setting a firm hashrate - that depends entirely on the capability of your miner - rather, you are setting a fixed share difficulty so that - hopefully! - you will find shares in a reasonably predictable and consistent amount of time. Like anything else there are tradeoffs involved: the lower the share difficulty the less valuable each share is, and the more of an impact ping time has on your earnings (because ping time becomes a significant percentage of the time to find each share). Conversely, too high a difficulty means you might still be trying to solve a share for a block that someone else found, rendering your share "stale" (ie, worthless).

If you don't set a fixed difficulty - and a lot of pools won't let you because it is misused or abused - then the pool will employ a singularly useless variable difficulty strategy that, in my experience at least, tends to result in spending a lot of time at ridiculously high difficulties for my hashrate (e.g. - 100001 for 440 H/s, when 8000 would be more appropriate).

Note that the format I gave earlier for setting a fixed difficulty does not apply to all pools; some require appending it to your address with a "+" while others require a ":" so make sure you check the pool's "getting started" section rather than solely rely on what some random dude on the internet says.

Ups, I meant difficulty, not hashrate.
Thanks for explanation.
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February 10, 2018, 06:09:03 PM
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DERO STATUS UPDATE 65 Days:

Pls to announce DERO Status Update Release 2: https://github.com/deroproject/derosuite
Release includes:
Dero daemon
https://i.imgur.com/kGuSIzG.png

Dero wallet both offline and online
https://i.imgur.com/g6VhHf6.png

Dero Explorer
https://i.imgur.com/bfKQDWR.png


CryptoNote protocol implementation in Golang is almost completed.
Sending Transaction support will be soon available in Testnet Network first.

Thanks for your support.

Capt. DERO


Congratulation! The most hardworking dev I've ever seen in crypto world. This is why Dero is far more the leader of Crypto Night family. Hold Dero for years and you guys will see great rewards.

So true. Here we are just over 2 months into the project, and already we have a test release of a daemon, wallet, and explorer completely rewritten in Go. There are projects with far more developers that have achieved a lot less in way more time *cough* Intense *cough*.

5 years in crypto and this is the first project that truly excites me as something more than a short term money maker. We're lucky and privileged to be part of it IMHO.
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February 10, 2018, 06:26:08 PM
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So true. Here we are just over 2 months into the project, and already we have a test release of a daemon, wallet, and explorer completely rewritten in Go. There are projects with far more developers that have achieved a lot less in way more time *cough* Intense *cough*.

5 years in crypto and this is the first project that truly excites me as something more than a short term money maker. We're lucky and privileged to be part of it IMHO.

Hah, I was just going to post that I have been shifting hashpower over to DERO the last couple of days and taking it away from Intensecoin, specifically, and for similar reasons: DERO is making excellent progress while ITNS seems to be stuck in the mud.

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February 10, 2018, 06:27:26 PM
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This a very impressive project and it runs at lightspeed!
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February 10, 2018, 08:15:14 PM
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Mining on the official pool for the past day and now its saying my IP is banned?  Has this happened to anyone else?
There is an detailed answer:
Why my IP is banned?

https://miner.rocks pplns cryptonote pools with email alerts and workers stats
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February 10, 2018, 09:23:28 PM
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Mining on the official pool for the past day and now its saying my IP is banned?  Has this happened to anyone else?
There is an detailed answer:
Why my IP is banned?

Merited the post of yours referenced above as I learned some more reasons for IP banning on a pool - thanks!
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February 11, 2018, 01:28:16 AM
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There is an detailed answer:


Pls see. Looks your pool is stucked.  

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