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June 23, 2018, 08:35:38 AM
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Honestly, the team needs to consider the voice of the community. Without strong community, this coin is nothing especially for a non-ico, non-premining project.
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June 23, 2018, 07:21:07 PM
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OK, so I went through the source code and am quite familiar with the core now, did some improvements to the storage and plan to move the core to python. What I am missing here are technical concerns and not MOANING, so please, if you have some (not the local DNET stuff which ca be replaced .... a f. code-monkey project!!!), the floor is yours!
Indeed there is a lot of room for improvement but going through the source code of other "more important" projects such as ETH, I find it unbelievable, the holes that are there to exploit!
What kind of improvement you did to the storage?
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June 26, 2018, 09:56:59 AM
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Been waiting to get into a DAG! This is it! Thank you XDAG team! Cheesy
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June 26, 2018, 01:54:09 PM
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OK, so I went through the source code and am quite familiar with the core now

Hi coderix,
You can contact our code dev on our discord, or on telegram or even on their mail adresses (pm me if you want to grab it please.)
All help is needed.

Honestly, the team needs to consider the voice of the community. Without strong community, this coin is nothing especially for a non-ico, non-premining project.


Sincerely we try to, but as everyone said, for now we are just some hobbyist who try to make evolve this project.
Since the start the team is the same, we see daily fork on our repo on github, but there is never or almost never PR from the outside.

We are open to discuss with anyone on our different platform.
Just join us.

One thing I'm kind of unsure and wary about is that the community fund is controlled by a small handful of people that dictate what happens with hundreds of thousands of DAG.

In fact fund is controlled by only one person until project evolve enough to let us do in one other way.(multiple-wallet for example.)


Thx to all of you for your interest in the project.

█▐   XDAG  ▐ █    A new DAG-based cryptocurrency
 (https://xdag.io/)
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June 28, 2018, 06:15:08 AM
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Focus on your project for a long time. I also have some COINS. This project is a kind of based on DAG encryption currency. And there is no ICO. So I am very bullish on. Their website is very good. But also very clear roadmap. The wallet interface if can be more beautiful and intelligent some so much the better. The rest is to increase marketing efforts. I believe that prices will gradually rise. Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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June 29, 2018, 07:06:37 PM
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Hello everyone!
I would like to let the community know that the XDAG Mining community pool was successfuly migrated to a new, faster, and more stable server.
The pool now has a new IP address.

88.99.254.6:13654 | xdagmining.com:13654 | (2%-10%-5%-1%)| https://xdagmining.com/

If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

QQ group: 281983589
Discord: Maximous
Join XDAG Discord here https://discord.gg/YxXUVQJ
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July 11, 2018, 11:22:49 PM
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Hi all!
XDag v0.2.5 is released.

https://github.com/XDagger/xdag/releases/tag/0.2.5
Github: https://github.com/XDagger/xdag

List of changes:
1. Increased performance of loading of storage folder and synchronisation between pools (up to 100%).
2. Worker names. Now it is possible to mark your rigs with names and track them. New version of Dagger Gpu Miner (v0.3.0) supports that feature. See details below
3. Hashrate for miners is calculated by pool
4. It is not necessary to specify pool address to start a wallet. You can start executable file without any parameters and wallet will automatically connect to any available pool.
5. CPU-mining is removed from GUI-wallet.
6. Order of transactions returned by 'block' command is changed. The newest transactions are shown first now
7. New and change pool parameters and command:
  - ‘mainblocks N’ command - returns list of newest main blocks with some additional information
  - ‘minedblocks N’ command - returns list of last main blocks mined by current pool  
  - ‘lastblocks’ command is marked as obsolete and will be removed in xdag v0.3.1
  - ‘miner <ADDRESS>’ command - prints detailed information about specified miner
  - ‘-dm’ startup option - makes it possible to disable mining at all on the current pool. Disables generating new blocks each 64 seconds and pool is not available for connections for miners. This option is necessary for block explorer.
8. Several small bug-fixes and improvements

Detailed information about new commands and features:
'mainblocks N' command prints table with some details about last main blocks. N is a count of printed blocks, not limited. Defaul count is 20
Example:
Code:
xdag> mainblocks
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
address                            time                      state
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Jim9F5oqJbQA6dM68phqGZ2023UDdngs   2018-07-12 00:35:59.999   Main
erOISXoScyQ8TAVgX5OofnOgwy/hNYcN   2018-07-12 00:34:55.999   Main
GUImUst9bYFY8wR9I7eMxU1zsQ1hYIj9   2018-07-12 00:33:51.999   Main
LYXHuZwIOjy6/pUZ1SoUyS6bUSvo3lFR   2018-07-12 00:32:47.999   Main
ZAyhGaI3cRwB4IltNgY0HfW8ACsFdws+   2018-07-12 00:31:43.999   Main
ORak8Di3DtkTjeWEVn4lg1rk+ixP/MG9   2018-07-12 00:30:39.999   Main
1iToKTNdwFL54Nlhf4RNh3oJxwjfXDLy   2018-07-12 00:29:35.999   Main
PzUN6WUt9+ykkEZBsHkhRXlFhZ/gAtZ4   2018-07-12 00:28:31.999   Main
ECsF/JPS1KmhNBMewpIaLA/vPevLLusu   2018-07-12 00:27:27.999   Main
nBjQfO2A20wMJDscmxpRNk5/GuB/ghY6   2018-07-12 00:26:23.999   Main
PLA9HCrWooxjMVwjR5tKRuSrZcKu+5Pf   2018-07-12 00:25:19.999   Main
9xWFYp1GrTIWSRFZ0mhQPTp6Z17Gml9J   2018-07-12 00:24:15.999   Main
hJD/OBhexPzukGJROlw/b3ZNlJzthkVk   2018-07-12 00:23:11.999   Main
r9Ryt+CcPgaHEo9niW0VTMac4ZJBmPbA   2018-07-12 00:22:07.999   Main
tDg2IC19a+sBr2VcDkvVEqLXjWOcEtJy   2018-07-12 00:21:03.999   Main
E6IKRznvpoLYMDH9FwNami2gmuTQ6/VV   2018-07-12 00:19:59.999   Main
3bhRLUXh3kNfDGW61zuU0IFKmEQeJlga   2018-07-12 00:18:55.999   Main
cyCapIoGsagELQG2iZogX42q4mRu7i2D   2018-07-12 00:17:51.999   Main
lrZEpS/Nf+OrZEVR98PJ/d6UtFEb9/yG   2018-07-12 00:16:47.999   Main
dsz1SfhOKUi3lKwzGaMBh68V42NC98Wq   2018-07-12 00:15:43.999   Main

'minedblocks N' command prints table with some details about last main blocks mined by current pool. N is a count of printed blocks, not limited. Defaul count is 20
Example:
Code:
xdag> minedblocks 30
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
address                            time                      state
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
LYXHuZwIOjy6/pUZ1SoUyS6bUSvo3lFR   2018-07-12 00:32:47.999   Main
ZAyhGaI3cRwB4IltNgY0HfW8ACsFdws+   2018-07-12 00:31:43.999   Main
ORak8Di3DtkTjeWEVn4lg1rk+ixP/MG9   2018-07-12 00:30:39.999   Main
PzUN6WUt9+ykkEZBsHkhRXlFhZ/gAtZ4   2018-07-12 00:28:31.999   Main
PLA9HCrWooxjMVwjR5tKRuSrZcKu+5Pf   2018-07-12 00:25:19.999   Main
r9Ryt+CcPgaHEo9niW0VTMac4ZJBmPbA   2018-07-12 00:22:07.999   Main
z3BlBxRV75oCVBQ/TGQuH6626Fm6IMcP   2018-07-12 00:14:39.999   Main
MsqaoeFOHhghFluTWNQv+2OlfJFeVPg3   2018-07-11 23:56:31.999   Main
DGw95rKCXA+o7z2b/7lVd2wB3tAu64rK   2018-07-11 23:53:19.999   Main
kUZ25pRfrEqkMCmPfbYjafu/BtV0dEgN   2018-07-11 23:50:07.999   Main
u3tumh5FSo9TjLvqziThhthZ13IR49hF   2018-07-11 23:49:03.999   Main
bY6eZPOsDRB/PdV1fbiPykBA7Z0Rf6PB   2018-07-11 02:16:15.999   Main
W6y8rH5NLVL8crhjFVA6TTAxRKdLdxmA   2018-07-11 02:14:07.999   Main
2sOJEpRjODqDO94jRR+lWxlAvfrrv2nI   2018-07-11 02:10:55.999   Main
lPVzS1deUnrBzfAqtH3UvKJ8jPuf5HAh   2018-07-11 02:08:47.999   Main
QSM9WxDXhsuHioA2fKEm/9JXDys2cbNc   2018-07-11 02:04:31.999   Main
azulV7+8QbF1e3EbtySKuq0Kwuq/okqm   2018-07-11 02:03:27.999   Main
yiz1E65IBTz3PCNtpsQCgqCSRN90noqa   2018-07-11 02:02:23.999   Main
lXYunVXel+lIoKggcRwqvbz4FdTStzYp   2018-07-10 23:50:07.999   Main
C/JqSaYESopVLp8XAl3anhHytzq4eIcO   2018-07-10 01:13:19.999   Main
gdebvP4Q/lSNWi4ogMZhKuEME1uU2249   2018-07-10 01:12:15.999   Main
9Fipf/2eQNKbrkJtGkP9QKGO6ZvvpugL   2018-07-10 01:11:11.999   Main
xqefGhK/T9Jsu761WSuCNS9vPNbU822E   2018-07-10 01:09:03.999   Main
5dXFjMt+m0Zc/92IMRDc5DLz9o5IWl/i   2018-07-10 01:07:59.999   Main
boHjFY7shr4xLBWJUXFAEpXcqv7QXMCu   2018-07-10 01:05:51.999   Main
n5CMqlgq+aH2Zh0/KKRYB1jiGWUnoRKj   2018-07-10 01:04:47.999   Main
06ScLPvfSqlLShRkRejeJkdRjt/k/bke   2018-07-10 01:01:35.999   Main
s0Scu0Bv/7ySmpMcGvChrkC94J9TRF3d   2018-07-10 01:00:31.999   Main
GVvlv8rKrd+DPBNVVgp0Xt1GEGEZkvKV   2018-07-10 00:48:47.999   Main
p9eH1507PI/4nlNHLwgS52A4Jl3XZ97C   2018-07-10 00:47:43.999   Main

 'miner <ADDRESS>' command - prints detailed information about specified miner. When you use 'miners' command, you can find some information about all miners in current pool. You can use 'miner' command to receive more detailed information about some specific miner.
Example:
Code:
xdag> miners
List of miners:
 NN  Address for payment to            Status   IP and port            in/out bytes      unpaid shares  worker name   hashrate MH/s
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 -1. 4sQ1JEZ5i7r1/voTfUFs7esRxm9u2zz8  fee      -                      -                 0.000000       -             0.000000
  0. 5hXQ/W6ysNRX0SMN+pC2lpTX/g65PPbr  active   -                      -                 0.000001       -             0.000000
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49546        3040/16576        0.000001       -             0.000000
  1. cJiFXHw1lencbStkwqw+3LYzK47dPPzz  active   -                      -                 42.648781      -             3.572696
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49611        11360/15904       42.648781      -             3.572696
  2. ZO03FGsAsWfTroIQiH3hbOhrSGDENlM6  active   -                      -                 37.072090      -             2.346416
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49616        11328/15872       37.072090      -             2.346416
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total 3 active miners.
Code:
xdag> miner ZO03FGsAsWfTroIQiH3hbOhrSGDENlM6
Hash: a66c86e0743098593a5336c460486be86ce17d881082aed367b1006b1437ed64
Registered at: 2018-07-11 23:54:35
State: active
Unpaid shares rate: 37.072090
Approximate hashrate: 2.346416
Outdated shares (indirect contribution):
Summ of difficulties: 21.635755
Count of difficulties: 1
Time intervals:
----------------------------------------------------------------------
current  index  start time                difficulty  reward for block
----------------------------------------------------------------------
          1     2018-07-12 00:35:59.999   21.103665
          2     2018-07-12 00:37:03.999   22.069529         +
          3     2018-07-12 00:38:07.999   21.167841         +
          4     2018-07-12 00:39:11.999   20.780090         +
          5     2018-07-12 00:40:15.999   20.062279         +
          6     2018-07-12 00:41:19.999   21.583868         +
          7     2018-07-12 00:42:23.999   19.209988
          8     2018-07-12 00:43:27.999   20.607485
          9     2018-07-12 00:44:31.999   19.872472
         10     2018-07-12 00:45:35.999   21.336551
         11     2018-07-12 00:46:39.999   19.978703
         12     2018-07-12 00:47:43.999   20.696720         +
         13     2018-07-12 00:48:47.999   20.081073
         14     2018-07-12 00:49:51.999   19.569581
         15     2018-07-12 00:50:55.999   22.959247         +
      >  16     2018-07-12 00:51:59.999   20.539219
Total summ of difficulties: 353.254068
Total count of difficulties: 17

Connection 1
IP and port: 127.0.0.1:49616
Connected at: 2018-07-11 23:54:33
In/out data: 11360/15968
Unpaid shares rate: 37.072090
Approximate hashrate: 2.346416
Outdated shares (indirect contribution):
Summ of difficulties: 21.635755
Count of shares: 1
Time intervals:
--------------------------
current  index  difficulty
--------------------------
          1     21.103665
          2     22.069529
          3     21.167841
          4     20.780090
          5     20.062279
          6     21.583868
          7     19.209988
          8     20.607485
          9     19.872472
         10     21.336551
         11     19.978703
         12     20.696720
         13     20.081073
         14     19.569581
         15     22.959247
      >  16     20.539219
Total summ of difficulties: 353.254068
Total count of difficulties: 17
'miner' command prints information about address (hash, time when miner with that address was connected to pool, total shares, approximate hashrate for all connections and some metrics for calculating unpaid shares value) and each connection with that address. Each user can mine using several connections with the same address.
Table 'Time intervals' contains information shares sent by miner for last 16 tasks. Each task last for 64 seconds.
current - this interval is current.
index - number of the interval
start time - start time of the interval
difficulty - max difficulty of shares received from miner during this interval (for that task)
reward for block - the most difficult share was received from conection with that address. That share was used for generating a new block. If generated block becomes main - the address receives additional payment (depends on pool configuration).

Approximate hashrate and worker names. Now it is possible to specify worker name in the GPU miner and use it to track your statistics.
Example:
Code:
xdag> miners
List of miners:
 NN  Address for payment to            Status   IP and port            in/out bytes      unpaid shares  worker name   hashrate MH/s
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 -1. 4sQ1JEZ5i7r1/voTfUFs7esRxm9u2zz8  fee      -                      -                 0.000000       -             0.000000
  0. 5hXQ/W6ysNRX0SMN+pC2lpTX/g65PPbr  active   -                      -                 0.000001       -             0.000000
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49546        5824/37888        0.000001       -             0.000000
  1. cJiFXHw1lencbStkwqw+3LYzK47dPPzz  active   -                      -                 36.529854      -             2.978842
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49611        27072/37184       36.529854      -             2.978842
  2. ZO03FGsAsWfTroIQiH3hbOhrSGDENlM6  archive  -                      -                 279.506721     -             17.102375
  3. IKuQxQzxVme/TMyTngjl2/mmZbeTPjEs  active   -                      -                 3367.156759    -             281.829663
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:51299        2720/2912         35.493823      -             3.200133
 C2. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:51354        1376/2816         3367.156759    Jonano1       281.829663
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total 3 active miners.
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July 11, 2018, 11:54:07 PM
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GPU miner v0.3.0 is released.
https://github.com/jonano614/DaggerGpuMiner/releases/tag/0.3.0

List of changes:
1) new option "-w <WORKER_NAME>" - allows to set names for your rigs. Compatible only with xdag 0.2.5. Do not use this option with pools version 0.2.4 and lower. Miner will be disconnected.
2) miner tries to restart GPUs in case of errors.
3) in case of some GPU stopped - miner will not longer constantly print the last known hashrate value.
4) you can configure "-nvidia-fix" parameter now: "-nvidia-fix N", N can an integer from 5 to 95. Default value is 90. This parameter is intended to decrease CPU usage on computers with Nvidia GPUs. If the parameter is specified, logic of miner calculates how much time GPU spends on each range of nonces and switches current thread to the sleeping state for some part of the time. Sleeping for 90% of time could cause decresing of hashrate, so now you can configure the parameter yourself. But the less the time of sleeping - the more CPU useage.
5) new parameter "-vectors" - enables OpenCL vector operations. On some GPUs it can increase performance, on some - decrease.
6) version for Mac OS
7) optional fee 1%. You can disable fee with option "-no-fee"
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July 12, 2018, 10:22:23 AM
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GPU miner v0.3.0 is released.
https://github.com/jonano614/DaggerGpuMiner/releases/tag/0.3.0

List of changes:
1) new option "-w <WORKER_NAME>" - allows to set names for your rigs. Compatible only with xdag 0.2.5. Do not use this option with pools version 0.2.4 and lower. Miner will be disconnected.
2) miner tries to restart GPUs in case of errors.
3) in case of some GPU stopped - miner will not longer constantly print the last known hashrate value.
4) you can configure "-nvidia-fix" parameter now: "-nvidia-fix N", N can an integer from 5 to 95. Default value is 90. This parameter is intended to decrease CPU usage on computers with Nvidia GPUs. If the parameter is specified, logic of miner calculates how much time GPU spends on each range of nonces and switches current thread to the sleeping state for some part of the time. Sleeping for 90% of time could cause decresing of hashrate, so now you can configure the parameter yourself. But the less the time of sleeping - the more CPU useage.
5) new parameter "-vectors" - enables OpenCL vector operations. On some GPUs it can increase performance, on some - decrease.
6) version for Mac OS
7) optional fee 1%. You can disable fee with option "-no-fee"


Great work jonano!  You're one of the few people working hard on DAG that make me think this currency has a strong future.  Thanks for sharing your open-source miner.
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July 12, 2018, 06:12:08 PM
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Hi all!
XDag v0.2.5 is released.

https://github.com/XDagger/xdag/releases/tag/0.2.5
Github: https://github.com/XDagger/xdag

List of changes:
1. Increased performance of loading of storage folder and synchronisation between pools (up to 100%).
2. Worker names. Now it is possible to mark your rigs with names and track them. New version of Dagger Gpu Miner (v0.3.0) supports that feature. See details below
3. Hashrate for miners is calculated by pool
4. It is not necessary to specify pool address to start a wallet. You can start executable file without any parameters and wallet will automatically connect to any available pool.
5. CPU-mining is removed from GUI-wallet.
6. Order of transactions returned by 'block' command is changed. The newest transactions are shown first now
7. New and change pool parameters and command:
  - ‘mainblocks N’ command - returns list of newest main blocks with some additional information
  - ‘minedblocks N’ command - returns list of last main blocks mined by current pool  
  - ‘lastblocks’ command is marked as obsolete and will be removed in xdag v0.3.1
  - ‘miner <ADDRESS>’ command - prints detailed information about specified miner
  - ‘-dm’ startup option - makes it possible to disable mining at all on the current pool. Disables generating new blocks each 64 seconds and pool is not available for connections for miners. This option is necessary for block explorer.
8. Several small bug-fixes and improvements

Detailed information about new commands and features:
'mainblocks N' command prints table with some details about last main blocks. N is a count of printed blocks, not limited. Defaul count is 20
Example:
Code:
xdag> mainblocks
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
address                            time                      state
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Jim9F5oqJbQA6dM68phqGZ2023UDdngs   2018-07-12 00:35:59.999   Main
erOISXoScyQ8TAVgX5OofnOgwy/hNYcN   2018-07-12 00:34:55.999   Main
GUImUst9bYFY8wR9I7eMxU1zsQ1hYIj9   2018-07-12 00:33:51.999   Main
LYXHuZwIOjy6/pUZ1SoUyS6bUSvo3lFR   2018-07-12 00:32:47.999   Main
ZAyhGaI3cRwB4IltNgY0HfW8ACsFdws+   2018-07-12 00:31:43.999   Main
ORak8Di3DtkTjeWEVn4lg1rk+ixP/MG9   2018-07-12 00:30:39.999   Main
1iToKTNdwFL54Nlhf4RNh3oJxwjfXDLy   2018-07-12 00:29:35.999   Main
PzUN6WUt9+ykkEZBsHkhRXlFhZ/gAtZ4   2018-07-12 00:28:31.999   Main
ECsF/JPS1KmhNBMewpIaLA/vPevLLusu   2018-07-12 00:27:27.999   Main
nBjQfO2A20wMJDscmxpRNk5/GuB/ghY6   2018-07-12 00:26:23.999   Main
PLA9HCrWooxjMVwjR5tKRuSrZcKu+5Pf   2018-07-12 00:25:19.999   Main
9xWFYp1GrTIWSRFZ0mhQPTp6Z17Gml9J   2018-07-12 00:24:15.999   Main
hJD/OBhexPzukGJROlw/b3ZNlJzthkVk   2018-07-12 00:23:11.999   Main
r9Ryt+CcPgaHEo9niW0VTMac4ZJBmPbA   2018-07-12 00:22:07.999   Main
tDg2IC19a+sBr2VcDkvVEqLXjWOcEtJy   2018-07-12 00:21:03.999   Main
E6IKRznvpoLYMDH9FwNami2gmuTQ6/VV   2018-07-12 00:19:59.999   Main
3bhRLUXh3kNfDGW61zuU0IFKmEQeJlga   2018-07-12 00:18:55.999   Main
cyCapIoGsagELQG2iZogX42q4mRu7i2D   2018-07-12 00:17:51.999   Main
lrZEpS/Nf+OrZEVR98PJ/d6UtFEb9/yG   2018-07-12 00:16:47.999   Main
dsz1SfhOKUi3lKwzGaMBh68V42NC98Wq   2018-07-12 00:15:43.999   Main

'minedblocks N' command prints table with some details about last main blocks mined by current pool. N is a count of printed blocks, not limited. Defaul count is 20
Example:
Code:
xdag> minedblocks 30
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
address                            time                      state
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
LYXHuZwIOjy6/pUZ1SoUyS6bUSvo3lFR   2018-07-12 00:32:47.999   Main
ZAyhGaI3cRwB4IltNgY0HfW8ACsFdws+   2018-07-12 00:31:43.999   Main
ORak8Di3DtkTjeWEVn4lg1rk+ixP/MG9   2018-07-12 00:30:39.999   Main
PzUN6WUt9+ykkEZBsHkhRXlFhZ/gAtZ4   2018-07-12 00:28:31.999   Main
PLA9HCrWooxjMVwjR5tKRuSrZcKu+5Pf   2018-07-12 00:25:19.999   Main
r9Ryt+CcPgaHEo9niW0VTMac4ZJBmPbA   2018-07-12 00:22:07.999   Main
z3BlBxRV75oCVBQ/TGQuH6626Fm6IMcP   2018-07-12 00:14:39.999   Main
MsqaoeFOHhghFluTWNQv+2OlfJFeVPg3   2018-07-11 23:56:31.999   Main
DGw95rKCXA+o7z2b/7lVd2wB3tAu64rK   2018-07-11 23:53:19.999   Main
kUZ25pRfrEqkMCmPfbYjafu/BtV0dEgN   2018-07-11 23:50:07.999   Main
u3tumh5FSo9TjLvqziThhthZ13IR49hF   2018-07-11 23:49:03.999   Main
bY6eZPOsDRB/PdV1fbiPykBA7Z0Rf6PB   2018-07-11 02:16:15.999   Main
W6y8rH5NLVL8crhjFVA6TTAxRKdLdxmA   2018-07-11 02:14:07.999   Main
2sOJEpRjODqDO94jRR+lWxlAvfrrv2nI   2018-07-11 02:10:55.999   Main
lPVzS1deUnrBzfAqtH3UvKJ8jPuf5HAh   2018-07-11 02:08:47.999   Main
QSM9WxDXhsuHioA2fKEm/9JXDys2cbNc   2018-07-11 02:04:31.999   Main
azulV7+8QbF1e3EbtySKuq0Kwuq/okqm   2018-07-11 02:03:27.999   Main
yiz1E65IBTz3PCNtpsQCgqCSRN90noqa   2018-07-11 02:02:23.999   Main
lXYunVXel+lIoKggcRwqvbz4FdTStzYp   2018-07-10 23:50:07.999   Main
C/JqSaYESopVLp8XAl3anhHytzq4eIcO   2018-07-10 01:13:19.999   Main
gdebvP4Q/lSNWi4ogMZhKuEME1uU2249   2018-07-10 01:12:15.999   Main
9Fipf/2eQNKbrkJtGkP9QKGO6ZvvpugL   2018-07-10 01:11:11.999   Main
xqefGhK/T9Jsu761WSuCNS9vPNbU822E   2018-07-10 01:09:03.999   Main
5dXFjMt+m0Zc/92IMRDc5DLz9o5IWl/i   2018-07-10 01:07:59.999   Main
boHjFY7shr4xLBWJUXFAEpXcqv7QXMCu   2018-07-10 01:05:51.999   Main
n5CMqlgq+aH2Zh0/KKRYB1jiGWUnoRKj   2018-07-10 01:04:47.999   Main
06ScLPvfSqlLShRkRejeJkdRjt/k/bke   2018-07-10 01:01:35.999   Main
s0Scu0Bv/7ySmpMcGvChrkC94J9TRF3d   2018-07-10 01:00:31.999   Main
GVvlv8rKrd+DPBNVVgp0Xt1GEGEZkvKV   2018-07-10 00:48:47.999   Main
p9eH1507PI/4nlNHLwgS52A4Jl3XZ97C   2018-07-10 00:47:43.999   Main

 'miner <ADDRESS>' command - prints detailed information about specified miner. When you use 'miners' command, you can find some information about all miners in current pool. You can use 'miner' command to receive more detailed information about some specific miner.
Example:
Code:
xdag> miners
List of miners:
 NN  Address for payment to            Status   IP and port            in/out bytes      unpaid shares  worker name   hashrate MH/s
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 -1. 4sQ1JEZ5i7r1/voTfUFs7esRxm9u2zz8  fee      -                      -                 0.000000       -             0.000000
  0. 5hXQ/W6ysNRX0SMN+pC2lpTX/g65PPbr  active   -                      -                 0.000001       -             0.000000
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49546        3040/16576        0.000001       -             0.000000
  1. cJiFXHw1lencbStkwqw+3LYzK47dPPzz  active   -                      -                 42.648781      -             3.572696
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49611        11360/15904       42.648781      -             3.572696
  2. ZO03FGsAsWfTroIQiH3hbOhrSGDENlM6  active   -                      -                 37.072090      -             2.346416
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49616        11328/15872       37.072090      -             2.346416
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total 3 active miners.
Code:
xdag> miner ZO03FGsAsWfTroIQiH3hbOhrSGDENlM6
Hash: a66c86e0743098593a5336c460486be86ce17d881082aed367b1006b1437ed64
Registered at: 2018-07-11 23:54:35
State: active
Unpaid shares rate: 37.072090
Approximate hashrate: 2.346416
Outdated shares (indirect contribution):
Summ of difficulties: 21.635755
Count of difficulties: 1
Time intervals:
----------------------------------------------------------------------
current  index  start time                difficulty  reward for block
----------------------------------------------------------------------
          1     2018-07-12 00:35:59.999   21.103665
          2     2018-07-12 00:37:03.999   22.069529         +
          3     2018-07-12 00:38:07.999   21.167841         +
          4     2018-07-12 00:39:11.999   20.780090         +
          5     2018-07-12 00:40:15.999   20.062279         +
          6     2018-07-12 00:41:19.999   21.583868         +
          7     2018-07-12 00:42:23.999   19.209988
          8     2018-07-12 00:43:27.999   20.607485
          9     2018-07-12 00:44:31.999   19.872472
         10     2018-07-12 00:45:35.999   21.336551
         11     2018-07-12 00:46:39.999   19.978703
         12     2018-07-12 00:47:43.999   20.696720         +
         13     2018-07-12 00:48:47.999   20.081073
         14     2018-07-12 00:49:51.999   19.569581
         15     2018-07-12 00:50:55.999   22.959247         +
      >  16     2018-07-12 00:51:59.999   20.539219
Total summ of difficulties: 353.254068
Total count of difficulties: 17

Connection 1
IP and port: 127.0.0.1:49616
Connected at: 2018-07-11 23:54:33
In/out data: 11360/15968
Unpaid shares rate: 37.072090
Approximate hashrate: 2.346416
Outdated shares (indirect contribution):
Summ of difficulties: 21.635755
Count of shares: 1
Time intervals:
--------------------------
current  index  difficulty
--------------------------
          1     21.103665
          2     22.069529
          3     21.167841
          4     20.780090
          5     20.062279
          6     21.583868
          7     19.209988
          8     20.607485
          9     19.872472
         10     21.336551
         11     19.978703
         12     20.696720
         13     20.081073
         14     19.569581
         15     22.959247
      >  16     20.539219
Total summ of difficulties: 353.254068
Total count of difficulties: 17
'miner' command prints information about address (hash, time when miner with that address was connected to pool, total shares, approximate hashrate for all connections and some metrics for calculating unpaid shares value) and each connection with that address. Each user can mine using several connections with the same address.
Table 'Time intervals' contains information shares sent by miner for last 16 tasks. Each task last for 64 seconds.
current - this interval is current.
index - number of the interval
start time - start time of the interval
difficulty - max difficulty of shares received from miner during this interval (for that task)
reward for block - the most difficult share was received from conection with that address. That share was used for generating a new block. If generated block becomes main - the address receives additional payment (depends on pool configuration).

Approximate hashrate and worker names. Now it is possible to specify worker name in the GPU miner and use it to track your statistics.
Example:
Code:
xdag> miners
List of miners:
 NN  Address for payment to            Status   IP and port            in/out bytes      unpaid shares  worker name   hashrate MH/s
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 -1. 4sQ1JEZ5i7r1/voTfUFs7esRxm9u2zz8  fee      -                      -                 0.000000       -             0.000000
  0. 5hXQ/W6ysNRX0SMN+pC2lpTX/g65PPbr  active   -                      -                 0.000001       -             0.000000
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49546        5824/37888        0.000001       -             0.000000
  1. cJiFXHw1lencbStkwqw+3LYzK47dPPzz  active   -                      -                 36.529854      -             2.978842
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:49611        27072/37184       36.529854      -             2.978842
  2. ZO03FGsAsWfTroIQiH3hbOhrSGDENlM6  archive  -                      -                 279.506721     -             17.102375
  3. IKuQxQzxVme/TMyTngjl2/mmZbeTPjEs  active   -                      -                 3367.156759    -             281.829663
 C1. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:51299        2720/2912         35.493823      -             3.200133
 C2. -                                 -        127.0.0.1:51354        1376/2816         3367.156759    Jonano1       281.829663
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total 3 active miners.

great work sir!

Im so happy seeing XDAG moving the right way!

keep up good work! Cheers!
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July 13, 2018, 09:04:26 PM
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Is there still a whitelist for pools?

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July 15, 2018, 07:32:12 PM
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Is there still a whitelist for pools?
Yes, we still have white lists. But we will resolve this problems soon.
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July 16, 2018, 06:13:39 AM
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WTB some XDAG.
PM if interest.
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July 18, 2018, 09:12:20 AM
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This is a good project, I am mining this coin.
I believe its potential.
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July 24, 2018, 12:42:42 PM
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how to contact with pool3.xdagpool.com owners? no one block found 30+ hours
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July 25, 2018, 07:32:05 AM
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how to contact with pool3.xdagpool.com owners? no one block found 30+ hours

kbs1 is your guy

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July 26, 2018, 05:29:20 AM
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Hey, really glad to have found this project! I can already tell it has a highly professional and dedicated team, a great idea and I believe it will succeed and become very big!
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