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July 28, 2013, 08:39:50 AM
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50 mashines... pool. 5Mh/s
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July 28, 2013, 08:58:03 AM
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QRK doesn't hash o_O

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July 28, 2013, 09:07:45 AM
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oops nvm. Are you using similar CPUs?

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When setting up new clients I'm still getting issues connecting to nodes and keeping a stable connection to download the blockchain.

EDIT: Got it after adding over 25 nodes to my conf. I don't think this is healthy for the coin. My QT client still connects to a single connection for a split second then hops off.

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July 28, 2013, 11:27:44 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/gg5qbuwqbee6r1c/qkPoolGUI_x86_0.2.1-beta-r1.zip who want to test quarkcoin pool can download client ..(sorry but client only on Russian) you need further install net framework 4.5(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=225702) and 32bit msvc redistributable 2012(http://www.microsoft.com/ru-ru/download/details.aspx?id=30679)
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July 28, 2013, 01:18:03 PM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/gg5qbuwqbee6r1c/qkPoolGUI_x86_0.2.1-beta-r1.zip who want to test quarkcoin pool can download client ..(sorry but client only on Russian) you need further install net framework 4.5(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=225702) and 32bit msvc redistributable 2012(http://www.microsoft.com/ru-ru/download/details.aspx?id=30679)

When this pool miner released?
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July 28, 2013, 01:30:33 PM
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Yesterday on Crypsty at 0.00001 today between 0.00000400 and 0.00000300

Why?Huh  Huh
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July 28, 2013, 01:32:11 PM
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Yesterday on Crypsty at 0.00001 today between 0.00000400 and 0.00000300

Why?Huh  Huh

Normal for a new coin launch... give it a few weeks.

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July 28, 2013, 01:32:44 PM
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What price do you think is the "stable price"?
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July 28, 2013, 06:01:32 PM
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Need help!  I'm running it linux headless.  The thing runs... I guess... It doesn't show in the processes at all.  But, I can give quarkcoind commands.  I've got over a dozen peers.  Plus, the hashespersec doesn't work, so how am I to tell that the thing is mining and get an idea about speed?
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July 28, 2013, 06:04:52 PM
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What price do you think is the "stable price"?
Well it's currently underpriced, but it should be above the current cryptsy price, I'm not sure about the exact range it should be in tho,

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July 28, 2013, 06:19:25 PM
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When setting up new clients I'm still getting issues connecting to nodes and keeping a stable connection to download the blockchain.

EDIT: Got it after adding over 25 nodes to my conf. I don't think this is healthy for the coin. My QT client still connects to a single connection for a split second then hops off.

This only happens to me on my Windows machines with OP's build. I compiled qt on an Ubuntu 12.10 box with upnp enabled and I was able to connect, and download the blockchain almost immediately. However, I did add several nodes to the .conf, and I only have a few machines running linux, so I don't know if I was just lucky. I had trouble getting the client to work on a few machines with OP's build.

Need help!  I'm running it linux headless.  The thing runs... I guess... It doesn't show in the processes at all.  But, I can give quarkcoind commands.  I've got over a dozen peers.  Plus, the hashespersec doesn't work, so how am I to tell that the thing is mining and get an idea about speed?

hashespersec doesn't work yet. Is your CPU at around 100%? If you have genproclimit=-1 set, quarkcoind should be using about 100% of your CPU.
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July 28, 2013, 08:18:30 PM
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Sadly, there's nothing in the debug log showing hashpersec or anything. We need a metric.  Sad

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July 28, 2013, 08:47:20 PM
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Need help!  I'm running it linux headless.  The thing runs... I guess... It doesn't show in the processes at all.  But, I can give quarkcoind commands.  I've got over a dozen peers.  Plus, the hashespersec doesn't work, so how am I to tell that the thing is mining and get an idea about speed?

hashespersec doesn't work yet. Is your CPU at around 100%? If you have genproclimit=-1 set, quarkcoind should be using about 100% of your CPU.

It won't show in the processes using the PS command, which is usually what I use to get PIDs for kill commands.  But I found it does show by using the TOP command and says 800% for 8 CPUs.  Thanks!  If I've got the time I'll look at the source for getting the hashespersec working.
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July 28, 2013, 09:49:33 PM
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What price do you think is the "stable price"?
Well it's currently underpriced, but it should be above the current cryptsy price, I'm not sure about the exact range it should be in tho,

I would say it's under priced.  It should be priced 0.00006 to 0.00008 IMO

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July 28, 2013, 10:02:53 PM
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What price do you think is the "stable price"?
Well it's currently underpriced, but it should be above the current cryptsy price, I'm not sure about the exact range it should be in tho,

I would say it's under priced.  It should be priced 0.00006 to 0.00008 IMO
It is underpriced in that it generally costs more to make QRK than it sells for, but I think it's a PnD that's already on it's death throes due to lack of support from merchants or any use.

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July 28, 2013, 10:19:34 PM
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It is underpriced in that it generally costs more to make QRK than it sells for, but I think it's a PnD that's already on it's death throes due to lack of support from merchants or any use.

How much does it cost a botnet to produce 1 QRK?  Remember stolen computing power and stolen electricity = 0.0000.  CPU coin = botnet coin.  Whatever you can produce with a single CPU the average botnet can produce 10,000x as much at near 0 cost.  It never had a future.
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July 28, 2013, 10:24:53 PM
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It is underpriced in that it generally costs more to make QRK than it sells for, but I think it's a PnD that's already on it's death throes due to lack of support from merchants or any use.

How much does it cost a botnet to produce 1 QRK?  Remember stolen computing power and stolen electricity = 0.0000.  CPU coin = botnet coin.  Whatever you can produce with a single CPU the average botnet can produce 10,000x as much at near 0 cost.  It never had a future.
You do realize it's possible to do the same with GPU's?
Utilize the GPU of every PC that is part of the botnet?
I mean a company already did it with bitcoin within their software (too lazy to google now)..

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It is underpriced in that it generally costs more to make QRK than it sells for, but I think it's a PnD that's already on it's death throes due to lack of support from merchants or any use.

How much does it cost a botnet to produce 1 QRK?  Remember stolen computing power and stolen electricity = 0.0000.  CPU coin = botnet coin.  Whatever you can produce with a single CPU the average botnet can produce 10,000x as much at near 0 cost.  It never had a future.
You do realize it's possible to do the same with GPU's?
Utilize the GPU of every PC that is part of the botnet?
I mean a company already did it with bitcoin within their software (too lazy to google now)..

Agreed GPU raises the barrier slightly and botnet herders tend to go for the low hanging fruit.  The issue of GPU botnets will only get worse in the future.  Most low end systems now come with relatively (at least compared to prior northbridge based integrated video) powerful "on die" GPUs (GPU is part of CPU).  Both Intel and AMD latests on die GPU are OpenCL capable.  The threat isn't so much a botnet acquiring hundreds of high end systems as zombies but a botnet acquiring tens of thousands of openCL capable "on die" GPU based systems.


While relatively low powered (50 KH/s compared to a high end GPU being 400 KH/s or more) a botnet will make up for it with thousands or tens of thousands of units.  It will take some time but it is inevitable.
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July 29, 2013, 02:29:32 AM
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if i read the numbers right this coin is a pre-mine. in the first 15 weeks greater than 90% of the the coins that will be generated in the next 10 years, will have been mined.
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