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July 16, 2013, 03:54:08 PM
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For those that do not understand the implications of primes on real world situations:

Its quite comical to think they are useless and don't tie to any benefit once you fully understand. The implications are yet out of our grasp much like parts of space research and particle physics. But the more patterns and links between primes are found, the closer we are to cracking the seamingly random nature of the numbers. Why does this matter? Many things in the natural world use primes - but why and how they know are not yet understood. So it has a close connection to understanding some of the natural laws of our world.
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July 17, 2013, 02:27:44 PM
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 Cheesy

Good work Sunny! ... and Clark, etc for keeping track.

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July 17, 2013, 02:35:51 PM
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You're welcome.

And we have two new records:

1CC0a (10 primes)
Block 56141, 114 digits (previous 113 digits, by Primecoin network)

2CC0a (10 primes)
Block 56040, 111 digits (previous 109 digits)

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July 17, 2013, 06:23:40 PM
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Hello all

how can I know ,if i make a record?
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July 17, 2013, 09:25:04 PM
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You're welcome.

And we have two new records:

1CC0a (10 primes)
Block 56141, 114 digits (previous 113 digits, by Primecoin network)

2CC0a (10 primes)
Block 56040, 111 digits (previous 109 digits)

Nice! Congrats to whoever broke this new record. and Congrats once again Sunny for a successful new World Record!
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July 18, 2013, 11:16:58 PM
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Finally!!!! My hard work has payed off:

Code:
New World Record!
 Block 58326, Chain 2CC0b (11 primes), 98 digits
 *Previous record held by Primecoin, Block 38452
 Previous record: 91 digits
Address: ASg92u69JSVAhWZXCWo8cCRivnNxw7Cxdk
Code:
primecoind signmessage ASg92u69JSVAhWZXCWo8cCRivnNxw7Cxdk "This verifies that tyrion70 found the block containing this world record"
HxKVGJNMA0dDxwKYYIFOBW86fvt8pSxISdpNPvkr5OcapCbmVugKNceDza2w7yL/ACw/p3ChBv6AY495zYrbl4k=

Code:
New World Record!
 Block 59413, Chain TWN0a (10 primes), 114 digits
 *Previous record held by Primecoin, Block 48805
 Previous record: 113 digits
Address: AboJhEpASDPTif7fotR1gFrKVLnsRA3yP9
Code:
primecoind signmessage AboJhEpASDPTif7fotR1gFrKVLnsRA3yP9 "This verifies that tyrion70 found the block containing this world record"
IFyQsoRYhnl5onSWvrzj1ZK0s/M7s6gVbNJTpgYqoK+XIpjcqzvcmr+YxtX8lZuYNt3oClx2pn0kEFXK5TsKVjc=

Two in a row! To bad the second one has been improved twice already and not by me Wink

Can someone verify that I found the right address?

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July 19, 2013, 07:05:49 AM
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Even more primes, nice  Shocked


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July 20, 2013, 10:58:41 AM
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Primecoin has cleaned up all the 10 & 11 length records.

Code:
=== Current Records ===

       1CC    2CC    TWN

 06    633    475    399
 07    356    251   *268
 08    186    224    177
 09    185   *158   *129
 10   *123   *115   *119
 11   *102    *98   *100
 12     42     62     47
 13     39     33     --
 14     25     33     29
 15     24     32     --
 16     23     28     24
 17     22     25     --
 18     --     --     24
 19     --     --     --

*Found by Primecoin network

The newest records is a TWN11, 100 digits

Code:
New Chain Type: TWN0b, Block 69434, 100 digits
End of block chain reached.

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July 21, 2013, 08:09:45 PM
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Now the 12 chain records are rolling in  Grin

Code:
New World Record!
 Block 74722, Chain 2CC0c (12 primes), 97 digits
 Previous record: 62 digits

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July 24, 2013, 07:01:26 PM
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FYI, primecoin now holds the records for k=10, 11, 12 largest known simultaneous primes
http://users.cybercity.dk/~dsl522332/math/simultprime.htm
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July 24, 2013, 07:07:53 PM
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Now the 12 chain records are rolling in  Grin

Code:
New World Record!
 Block 74722, Chain 2CC0c (12 primes), 97 digits
 Previous record: 62 digits
Does that show up in debug.log?

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July 24, 2013, 08:48:46 PM
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Now the 12 chain records are rolling in  Grin

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New World Record!
 Block 74722, Chain 2CC0c (12 primes), 97 digits
 Previous record: 62 digits
Does that show up in debug.log?

is that that only way to check on linux?
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July 24, 2013, 08:59:53 PM
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Now the 12 chain records are rolling in  Grin

Code:
New World Record!
 Block 74722, Chain 2CC0c (12 primes), 97 digits
 Previous record: 62 digits
Does that show up in debug.log?

is that that only way to check on linux?

Not in debug.log. That output is from the Python program I pasted a couple posts back. The code should work cross-platform, since it's Python.

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July 24, 2013, 09:01:20 PM
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I sent an email to Dirk Augustin who maintains this page: http://users.cybercity.dk/~dsl522332/math/Cunningham_Chain_records.htm

Here's what he said:

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Hello,
thx for informing me.
 
I was not aware of Primecoin until now. It sounds very interesting especially as it is using prime chains like those I have been searching for more than ten years until now.
 
I will check the records as soon as possible and update my webpage accordingly.
 
Congratulations to everyone involved in these great record improvements.
 
Best regards,
Dirk Augustin
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July 24, 2013, 09:38:37 PM
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Good work getting a hold of him. This is the type of people who will give primecoin great press and media attention. Get him in contact with Sunny ASAP!

I sent an email to Dirk Augustin who maintains this page: http://users.cybercity.dk/~dsl522332/math/Cunningham_Chain_records.htm

Here's what he said:

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Hello,
thx for informing me.
 
I was not aware of Primecoin until now. It sounds very interesting especially as it is using prime chains like those I have been searching for more than ten years until now.
 
I will check the records as soon as possible and update my webpage accordingly.
 
Congratulations to everyone involved in these great record improvements.
 
Best regards,
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July 24, 2013, 10:27:09 PM
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Happy to know Dirk likes primecoin and I just sent him a note. I have also contacted Henri and Jens as well  Smiley

Most people only know about the largest known prime record (aka the k=1 record on Jens' list) which is dominated by GIMPS (Mersennes). That's why Jens' record book is important so that people realize that Mersennes are not the only primes of interest to mathematicians.
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July 24, 2013, 10:44:21 PM
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I found a 2CC0a block!  

79590  AezMwyLP2hpT3yh3LDZkydqkpsrTg7Eyfk

How do I prove it?
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July 25, 2013, 12:53:00 AM
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I found a 2CC0a block!  

79590  AezMwyLP2hpT3yh3LDZkydqkpsrTg7Eyfk

How do I prove it?

Congrats glongsword, your block is 1st-equal with block 78915...

You can verify you own an address with the signmessage command:
Code:
primecoind signmessage AezMwyLP2hpT3yh3LDZkydqkpsrTg7Eyfk "glongsword owns this address - or whatever message you want"

If you're using primecoin-qt then go to Help > Debug window > Console and run:
Code:
signmessage AezMwyLP2hpT3yh3LDZkydqkpsrTg7Eyfk "glongsword owns this address - or whatever message you want"

Post the address, message, and resulting signature here and it's sufficient proof that you can claim discovery of the 2CC0a prime of 123 digits.

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July 25, 2013, 01:08:41 AM
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I found a 2CC0a block!  

79590  AezMwyLP2hpT3yh3LDZkydqkpsrTg7Eyfk

How do I prove it?

Congrats glongsword, your block is 1st-equal with block 78915...

You can verify you own an address with the signmessage command:
Code:
primecoind signmessage AezMwyLP2hpT3yh3LDZkydqkpsrTg7Eyfk "glongsword owns this address - or whatever message you want"

If you're using primecoin-qt then go to Help > Debug window > Console and run:
Code:
signmessage AezMwyLP2hpT3yh3LDZkydqkpsrTg7Eyfk "glongsword owns this address - or whatever message you want"

Post the address, message, and resulting signature here and it's sufficient proof that you can claim discovery of the 2CC0a prime of 123 digits.

Okay, cool, here's what I get:

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21:05:53
signmessage AezMwyLP2hpT3yh3LDZkydqkpsrTg7Eyfk "This is glongsword's Primecoin address."


21:05:53
IBFS3OVUwtmk0HI76RXTRxJLM/y2NWFeugvORENMtOvAGQp4rJIKqP9lmurHhZr3I2zYr/TzxXQfV8Eomh6ULxo=

Thanks for the help!
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July 25, 2013, 01:32:12 AM
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Bi-Twin Chain
TWN0a (length 10 or 4-link) New World Records

Code:
block  digits  miner       address                              origin
76809  126*    anonymous   AYdBWCsu4CQG6ZEbVWGe4oU9oyK3fUnzPm   160119522069821195835891275392518115341345841109408574791359778924664436202474106714742688904833455303202422814762675464936800
(*) Current world record for any simultaneous primes

Hey, alright!

Code:
AYdBWCsu4CQG6ZEbVWGe4oU9oyK3fUnzPm "rethaw owns this address"
H8hmwqW8R6kfAJOzt8OO1DZOEzApyWBi0WxHRm05eZ+2S/QnrSW50Kaa6SOwBTmuFPISYEOtFalKpCkSPGa+Jbk=

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