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June 25, 2018, 10:17:25 AM
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What is the reason you call your cryptocurrency a true cryptocurrency? Can you give examples of untrue cryptocurrencies? Smiley

Yes, thanks for asking. The answer is very simple, the crypt should be used for its intended purpose for settlements between people without exchanges and exchangers. The crypt cryply has a unique encryption algorithm based on the principle of one CPU one voice. And it corresponds to all principles of classical crypto currency, decentralization, anonymity.

As for crypto currencies that are not crypts, in fact it's a ripple XRP - it's purely bank fake. USDT, BNB... This is the printing machine of bankers in the world of crypts. This is the fundamental reason for raising all currencies.

Crypto currencies should not be called exchange rates and be speculative instruments. The real crypt is first of all a new payment technology without the intermediary of the beneficiary in the face of a bank with a zero commision

as bequeathed by the great Satoshi!
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June 25, 2018, 02:30:01 PM
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What is the reason you call your cryptocurrency a true cryptocurrency? Can you give examples of untrue cryptocurrencies? Smiley

Yes, thanks for asking. The answer is very simple, the crypt should be used for its intended purpose for settlements between people without exchanges and exchangers. The crypt cryply has a unique encryption algorithm based on the principle of one CPU one voice. And it corresponds to all principles of classical crypto currency, decentralization, anonymity.

As for crypto currencies that are not crypts, in fact it's a ripple XRP - it's purely bank fake. USDT, BNB... This is the printing machine of bankers in the world of crypts. This is the fundamental reason for raising all currencies.

Crypto currencies should not be called exchange rates and be speculative instruments. The real crypt is first of all a new payment technology without the intermediary of the beneficiary in the face of a bank with a zero commision

One CPU one voice doesn't prevent any single entity from getting 1000 CPUs and 1000 voices Wink

 
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June 25, 2018, 04:33:34 PM
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June 25, 2018, 04:40:31 PM
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What is the reason you call your cryptocurrency a true cryptocurrency? Can you give examples of untrue cryptocurrencies? Smiley

Yes, thanks for asking. The answer is very simple, the crypt should be used for its intended purpose for settlements between people without exchanges and exchangers. The crypt cryply has a unique encryption algorithm based on the principle of one CPU one voice. And it corresponds to all principles of classical crypto currency, decentralization, anonymity.

As for crypto currencies that are not crypts, in fact it's a ripple XRP - it's purely bank fake. USDT, BNB... This is the printing machine of bankers in the world of crypts. This is the fundamental reason for raising all currencies.

Crypto currencies should not be called exchange rates and be speculative instruments. The real crypt is first of all a new payment technology without the intermediary of the beneficiary in the face of a bank with a zero commision

One CPU one voice doesn't prevent any single entity from getting 1000 CPUs and 1000 voices Wink

True but make possible people from poor countries also mine on their weak PCs and remove huge farms of ASICs and GPUs from game - It is true decentralization!
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June 26, 2018, 10:04:35 AM
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Any update on new wallet release?

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June 26, 2018, 02:36:37 PM
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What is the reason you call your cryptocurrency a true cryptocurrency? Can you give examples of untrue cryptocurrencies? Smiley

Yes, thanks for asking. The answer is very simple, the crypt should be used for its intended purpose for settlements between people without exchanges and exchangers. The crypt cryply has a unique encryption algorithm based on the principle of one CPU one voice. And it corresponds to all principles of classical crypto currency, decentralization, anonymity.

As for crypto currencies that are not crypts, in fact it's a ripple XRP - it's purely bank fake. USDT, BNB... This is the printing machine of bankers in the world of crypts. This is the fundamental reason for raising all currencies.

Crypto currencies should not be called exchange rates and be speculative instruments. The real crypt is first of all a new payment technology without the intermediary of the beneficiary in the face of a bank with a zero commision

One CPU one voice doesn't prevent any single entity from getting 1000 CPUs and 1000 voices Wink

True but make possible people from poor countries also mine on their weak PCs and remove huge farms of ASICs and GPUs from game - It is true decentralization!

How many Ryzens can you buy and run? How many Celerons can a person, living in a poor country own? How many cores can an admin in a datacenter full of xeons, push? Just thinking out loud..
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June 27, 2018, 12:39:55 PM
Last edit: June 27, 2018, 04:30:34 PM by isgtss
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Before the start of the hard-fork, there are 4 days left.

Brief instruction on the transition to the new version of the algorithm of the network cryply (CRP) user's wallet.

In order for you to work a new wallet, you must follow all the instructions.
Instruction:
0. Save the wallet.dat
1. Download the new Cryply wallet by following the link https://github.com/cryply/cryply-wallet/releases
2. Replace the existing version of the wallet with a new one. After the hard-core, you will not need to exchange your coins. As many coins as you had in your purse before the hardcore will remain after the hardcore.
A short instruction on the continuation of the extraction of coins after the transition to the new version of the algorithm of the network cryply (CRP).
1. To continue the extraction of coins:
 1.1. Register on one of the official pools: pool.cryply.io or cryply.luckypool.org
  1.2. download the new miner by clicking on the link https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases. The parameters for running the miner. \ Miner-sse4.exe -o stratum: //cryply.luckypool.org: 9996 -u your.username -p password
  1.3 You can also use the GUI miner LAMBOMAKER. download the new miner by clicking on the link https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases (the link will be activated after June 30, 2018)
A brief guide for owners of pools for the extraction of coins after the transition to a new version of the algorithm of the network cryply (CRP).
If you are the owner of the pool and can not independently configure the pool for work on the new algorithm, contact the coin developers in the official channels presented at https://cryply.io/

Now you are ready for hard fork.


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June 28, 2018, 08:03:21 AM
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Brief instructions for miner

Miner is configured under 4 basic processor instructions
AVX
AVX2
SSE4
SSE2

Miner automatically switches to the new algorithm at the time of the hardfork
You can now start to mine using the new miner.
No intervention is required in the work of the miner during the algorithm change

A list of supported arguments is available when you run the miner with the --help switch.

The miner is started by the command
miner-sse4.exe --password <PASSWORD> --threads <THREADS> - url <URL> --username <USER>
for example (the pool administrator account pool.cryply.io)
, \ miner-sse4.exe -o layer: //pool.cryply.io: 3344 -u admin.u -p x -t 10

If you do not specify the number of cores, the miner himself determines what number of physical cores you have and starts to mine them
After hardfork on logical cores it is not recommended to mine
A total hash value when booting on physical cores is higher than when starting on physical + logical cores.

The miner has a built-in donation
How does an integrated donation work?
5 minutes after the start mint to the CRP Donat address
Then 95 minutes to the user entered CRP address
every 100 minutes the cycle is repeated
The funds obtained from this miner are used for the further development and maintenance of Cryply products

https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases/tag/1.0
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No source available for compiling  miner (empty directory/ empty tar.gz / empty .zip)  Roll Eyes
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June 30, 2018, 10:24:51 AM
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What is the reason you call your cryptocurrency a true cryptocurrency? Can you give examples of untrue cryptocurrencies? Smiley

Yes, thanks for asking. The answer is very simple, the crypt should be used for its intended purpose for settlements between people without exchanges and exchangers. The crypt cryply has a unique encryption algorithm based on the principle of one CPU one voice. And it corresponds to all principles of classical crypto currency, decentralization, anonymity.

As for crypto currencies that are not crypts, in fact it's a ripple XRP - it's purely bank fake. USDT, BNB... This is the printing machine of bankers in the world of crypts. This is the fundamental reason for raising all currencies.

Crypto currencies should not be called exchange rates and be speculative instruments. The real crypt is first of all a new payment technology without the intermediary of the beneficiary in the face of a bank with a zero commision

One CPU one voice doesn't prevent any single entity from getting 1000 CPUs and 1000 voices Wink

True but make possible people from poor countries also mine on their weak PCs and remove huge farms of ASICs and GPUs from game - It is true decentralization!

Maybe, maybe not. This is a complex discussion as hardware manufacturers would always have an edge over anyone else.

 
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No source available for compiling  miner (empty directory/ empty tar.gz / empty .zip)  Roll Eyes

Not yet  Roll Eyes
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No source available for compiling  miner (empty directory/ empty tar.gz / empty .zip)  Roll Eyes
you can use compilled miner from releases page
https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases/tag/1.0
miner not a public at this time
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p2pool.work ready to hardfork



Settings for miners:

Diffultly=0.01-1
Code:
./cpuminer -a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://p2pool.work:3333 -u Weblogin.WorkerName -p WorkerPassword
Diffultly=0.1-10
Code:
./cpuminer -a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://p2pool.work:3334 -u Weblogin.WorkerName -p WorkerPassword
Diffultly=1-100
Code:
./cpuminer -a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://p2pool.work:3335 -u Weblogin.WorkerName -p WorkerPassword

Dedicated server in Singapore

Pool without orphan blocks
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No source available for compiling  miner (empty directory/ empty tar.gz / empty .zip)  Roll Eyes
you can use compilled miner from releases page
https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases/tag/1.0
miner not a public at this time

ok. Close code. So CRP is not fully ready for its fork. Too bad. When sources will be available?  Huh Huh Huh Huh
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Last edit: June 30, 2018, 11:19:27 PM by isgtss
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What's the problem with the miner?

Download, run and everything works?


Cryply cli miner Console Miner

@cryply cryply released this 3 days ago · 1 commit to master since this release

Assets
3.33 MB Cryply-miner-cli-linux-i686.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases/download/1.0/Cryply-miner-cli-linux-i686.zip
3.18 MB Cryply-miner-cli-linux-x64.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases/download/1.0/Cryply-miner-cli-linux-x64.zip
3.03 MB Cryply-miner-cli-osx.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases/download/1.0/Cryply-miner-cli-osx.zip
3.75 MB Cryply-miner-cli-windows-i686.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases/download/1.0/Cryply-miner-cli-windows-i686.zip
4.16 MB Cryply-miner-cli-windows-x64.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-cli-miner/releases/download/1.0/Cryply-miner-cli-windows-x64.zip

cryply-lambo-maker GUI Miner

@cryply cryply released this 16 minutes ago

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160 MB CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0-linux-ia32.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases/download/1.1.0/CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0-linux-ia32.zip
144 MB CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0-linux-x86_64.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases/download/1.1.0/CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0-linux-x86_64.zip
50.8 MB CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0.dmg https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases/download/1.1.0/CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0.dmg
31.6 MB CryplyLamboMaker.Setup.1.1.0.exe https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases/download/1.1.0/CryplyLamboMaker.Setup.1.1.0.exe

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cryply-lambo-maker GUI Miner

@cryply cryply released this 16 minutes ago

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160 MB CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0-linux-ia32.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases/download/1.1.0/CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0-linux-ia32.zip
144 MB CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0-linux-x86_64.zip https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases/download/1.1.0/CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0-linux-x86_64.zip
50.8 MB CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0.dmg https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases/download/1.1.0/CryplyLamboMaker-1.1.0.dmg
31.6 MB CryplyLamboMaker.Setup.1.1.0.exe https://github.com/cryply/cryply-lambo-maker/releases/download/1.1.0/CryplyLamboMaker.Setup.1.1.0.exe

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