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May 10, 2013, 11:33:23 PM
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Notice to vircurex users  it is busted out been hacked.  so anyone on the doctors bitminter  site  that sends nmc to vircurex stop  STOP!! Stop!



https://vircurex.com/  



  if you link with firefox this shows up;



The systems Vircurex.com and Cryptostocks.com have been taken offline over the weekend


Please do not deposit any further coins to your Vircurex accounts. We must assume that the wallet has been compromised.


  I lost .081 btc

 I was lucky it was not more. 

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May 11, 2013, 12:05:40 AM
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Yes, many of us will be affected by the Vircurex hack I lost coins too, not that I thought it would never happen but it always sucks. The https link is dead but for those interested just use http://vircurex.com

The only good thing that it reminds us all is how important it is to be the real owner of all the addresses we care about...

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May 11, 2013, 12:10:40 AM
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any one have a suggestion as to some nmc to btc exchanges? we will need one.  this is the second one to bust out on me this year. At least the amounts were under .1 btc each time.

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May 11, 2013, 12:12:11 AM
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any one have a suggestion as to some nmc to btc exchanges? we will need one.  this is the second one to bust out on me this year. At least the amounts were under .1 btc each time.

BTC-e or Cryptonit (which seems down ATM Sad )

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May 11, 2013, 12:23:38 AM
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any one have a suggestion as to some nmc to btc exchanges? we will need one.  this is the second one to bust out on me this year. At least the amounts were under .1 btc each time.

BTC-e or Cryptonit (which seems down ATM Sad )
 

   
 yeah btc-e is working    i think the other site you named is also hacked

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May 11, 2013, 01:08:08 AM
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No, it gives you (currently) almost 8% more income without slowing down your BTC mining at all. But if you don't want that you can set NMC donation to 100% to get rid of them. No need to switch pools to get rid of extra income, the pool is always happy to accept it as donations.  Grin
Fair enough, Will do that Cheesy

It has temperature monitoring only for BFL FPGAs and BFL ASICs. Monitoring of GPUs got stuck on the TODO list while I have been busy with other things.

that explains it Smiley thank you, I like cgminer more anyway but i tested it because it looks cool!, and if in the future you add a temperature and fan gauge it would be even cooler! Cheesy
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May 11, 2013, 09:15:15 AM
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8 stale nmc blocks in a row Huh
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May 11, 2013, 09:30:51 AM
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can you use paypal?
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May 11, 2013, 09:31:45 AM
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8 stale nmc blocks in a row Huh

Not stale, fixed to show "processing" now, that was a bug.

We're getting so many namecoin blocks it's falling way behind.. I'll get this sped up this weekend. The payment server has a rather slow connection to the rest of the system, that's becoming a problem as we generate blocks faster. Apologies for that.

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May 11, 2013, 10:41:02 AM
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Just to clarify:

Merged mining of namecoins takes place on Stratum, GBT (getblocktemplate) and getwork.

Some pools choose to do namecoins only on getwork. That is a choice. It is easy to do with Stratum too if the pool op wants to. It has nothing to do with Stratum being a difficult protocol in any way.

It is normal to make many more namecoins than bitcoins. This is because namecoin has a lower difficulty than bitcoin, and because there are 50 NMC per block but only 25 BTC per block.

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May 11, 2013, 10:56:41 AM
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But is the NMC generation rate tied to the BTC rate? In other words, if BTC difficulty increases, will NMC generation difficulty also rise, or will NMC generation rate fall?

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May 11, 2013, 11:04:38 AM
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But is the NMC generation rate tied to the BTC rate? In other words, if BTC difficulty increases, will NMC generation difficulty also rise, or will NMC generation rate fall?

No, the rate at which we generate NMC is determined by our hashrate and the NMC difficulty, only those two factors.

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May 11, 2013, 02:27:08 PM
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Notice to vircurex users  it is busted out been hacked.  so anyone on the doctors bitminter  site  that sends nmc to vircurex stop  STOP!! Stop!



https://vircurex.com/  



  if you link with firefox this shows up;



The systems Vircurex.com and Cryptostocks.com have been taken offline over the weekend


Please do not deposit any further coins to your Vircurex accounts. We must assume that the wallet has been compromised.


  I lost .081 btc

 I was lucky it was not more. 

Ouch! I just very recently withdrew a few hundred NMC to the btc-e site to play around a bit with some alt currencies. (was very much considering going with vircurex but I couldn't remember the password for the account I set up months ago)

now I worry greatly about btc-e as well. is this a well-run exchange? trustworthy? is it only a matter of time before they are hacked as well?

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May 11, 2013, 04:20:51 PM
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I do not know. my method has been get in and get out of the exchanges.  I move the NMC I exchange I transfer.  Since the fee is about .01 btc to pull the money out I pull the btc out at the .2 btc level   It takes me a few days to get to .2btc 

So I got burned twice now. Not much less then .1 btc each time.  I just do not keep a lot in the exchanges . So I am now in btc-e

 with under  .2 btc this time I will  not leave as much inside it.

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May 11, 2013, 04:53:04 PM
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I do not know. my method has been get in and get out of the exchanges.  I move the NMC I exchange I transfer.  Since the fee is about .01 btc to pull the money out I pull the btc out at the .2 btc level   It takes me a few days to get to .2btc 

So I got burned twice now. Not much less then .1 btc each time.  I just do not keep a lot in the exchanges . So I am now in btc-e

 with under  .2 btc this time I will  not leave as much inside it.

Thank you. It sounds like solid advice. I just changed a bunch of NMC -> BTC -> LTC and withdrew... I'm not sure LTC is the answer, but it seems sound, and it might have some upside...

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May 11, 2013, 07:44:04 PM
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I have installed an AMD Radeon HD 6570. Have Catalyst 13.1 installed. I have an Intel i7 3770 and 8 GB RAM. But I can't go over 83-90 Mh/sec in mining. I used Bitminter (83-84 Mh/sec) and cgminer (90 Mh/sec). But I know that the potential of this card is higher. I see that at bitminter the green zone is about 200Mh/sec for this gpu. Can anybody help me to reach this speed to mine? Or at least to increase mine... I changed the various settings that are at Bitminter but nothing.... The speed doesn't move...

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May 11, 2013, 08:00:55 PM
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I have installed an AMD Radeon HD 6570. Have Catalyst 13.1 installed. I have an Intel i7 3770 and 8 GB RAM. But I can't go over 83-90 Mh/sec in mining. I used Bitminter (83-84 Mh/sec) and cgminer (90 Mh/sec). But I know that the potential of this card is higher. I see that at bitminter the green zone is about 200Mh/sec for this gpu. Can anybody help me to reach this speed to mine? Or at least to increase mine... I changed the various settings that are at Bitminter but nothing.... The speed doesn't move...

80-90 is perfectly normal

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I have installed an AMD Radeon HD 6570. Have Catalyst 13.1 installed. I have an Intel i7 3770 and 8 GB RAM. But I can't go over 83-90 Mh/sec in mining. I used Bitminter (83-84 Mh/sec) and cgminer (90 Mh/sec). But I know that the potential of this card is higher. I see that at bitminter the green zone is about 200Mh/sec for this gpu. Can anybody help me to reach this speed to mine? Or at least to increase mine... I changed the various settings that are at Bitminter but nothing.... The speed doesn't move...

80-90 is perfectly normal

I know this list but at Bitminer the potential of this card is showed much more... The green zone is at about 200Mh/sec

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May 11, 2013, 08:46:20 PM
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I have installed an AMD Radeon HD 6570. Have Catalyst 13.1 installed. I have an Intel i7 3770 and 8 GB RAM. But I can't go over 83-90 Mh/sec in mining. I used Bitminter (83-84 Mh/sec) and cgminer (90 Mh/sec). But I know that the potential of this card is higher. I see that at bitminter the green zone is about 200Mh/sec for this gpu. Can anybody help me to reach this speed to mine? Or at least to increase mine... I changed the various settings that are at Bitminter but nothing.... The speed doesn't move...

80-90 is perfectly normal

I know this list but at Bitminer the potential of this card is showed much more... The green zone is at about 200Mh/sec

And were is it written that the "green zone" (I don't use Bitminter's client) is what your card should be able to achieve? I doubt any such promise is made anywhere.

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May 11, 2013, 09:11:06 PM
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I have installed an AMD Radeon HD 6570. Have Catalyst 13.1 installed. I have an Intel i7 3770 and 8 GB RAM. But I can't go over 83-90 Mh/sec in mining. I used Bitminter (83-84 Mh/sec) and cgminer (90 Mh/sec). But I know that the potential of this card is higher. I see that at bitminter the green zone is about 200Mh/sec for this gpu. Can anybody help me to reach this speed to mine? Or at least to increase mine... I changed the various settings that are at Bitminter but nothing.... The speed doesn't move...

80-90 is perfectly normal

I know this list but at Bitminer the potential of this card is showed much more... The green zone is at about 200Mh/sec

And were is it written that the "green zone" (I don't use Bitminter's client) is what your card should be able to achieve? I doubt any such promise is made anywhere.

In any place. I suppose that. The green zone is different in different computers. If the green zone it was the same from all the pc (with the same speed) it is right what you have written. But if is different that does it mean that different gpu have diferent green zone and the green zone of each gpu is showed at the Bitminter. At my laptop the mining is at green zone and the speed at this green zone is about 25-30 Mh/sec.

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