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Author Topic: [ANN] [ARO] | Arionum | CPU+GPU+Masternode | PHP Based |Decentralized Revolution  (Read 39580 times)
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February 15, 2018, 01:38:36 PM
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The statistics are really not comfortable on the pool.
It would be nice if you do not have to enter the key number every time. Some kind of personal cabinet or something like that
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February 15, 2018, 01:49:52 PM
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Very interesting Arionum coin, i like the transparency and especially no premine, i hope, this new cryptocurrency can compete and show positive results, i think it will be good if you plan gpu mining in the future, i wiill keep an eye on this.

Whole point is that its a CPU only coin so they are not planning GPU mining
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February 15, 2018, 02:21:25 PM
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Thanks for all.
All is ok now.
Just last question..
It's better pool or solo mining?
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February 15, 2018, 03:16:51 PM
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Thanks for all.
All is ok now.
Just last question..
It's better pool or solo mining?

nice to hear.

Like other mining projects it depends on your hash rate and what you want to pretend.

if you are a small miner try pool mining
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February 15, 2018, 04:49:52 PM
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Thanks for all.
All is ok now.
Just last question..
It's better pool or solo mining?

Due to the difficulty now and a number of high h/s miners, solo mining probably isn't a viable option. All being said, consideration has to be taken into account that you won't be running multi GPU setups and cost/wattage is negligable.

Also with ARO's block reward system, mining in the pool can earn you 390 ARO if you actually "win" the block. (Originally starting at 400 ARO block reward, this decreases after every 10800 blocks solved, it is currently at 390.)

While not impossible to solo mine (after all, a 1 .5 h/s miner hit a block pool mining) it is probably more beneficial in the long run to pool mine.

I would advise though if you are considering solo mining, there is a guide for setting up your own node over on the ARO forum - https://forum.arionum.com/

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February 15, 2018, 05:11:42 PM
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Very interesting Arionum coin, i like the transparency and especially no premine, i hope, this new cryptocurrency can compete and show positive results, i think it will be good if you plan gpu mining in the future, i wiill keep an eye on this.

The whole concept of mining ARO was to be CPU only and whilst guli did some really excellent work developing a GPU miner we decided to hold a vote between the ARO mining community and what they essentially wanted.

It was pretty unanimous that GPU mining was not wanted and this also reinforced our original concept that ARO would only be a CPU only mine-able coin. As such a hard fork took place at block 10800 and updated algo's meant that ARO is now GPU resistant. You can still use a GPU using guli's miner, however you are likely to get less hashing power than an average CPU. ( A recent test carried out using several different models of Nvidia card, namely GTX 1050, 1070 and 1080Ti confirmed that hashes per second were less than 1.5 in all cases).

I hope this clears up any confusion.

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February 15, 2018, 05:26:31 PM
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The fact of being done in PHP characterizes Aronium as a new fact and of easy adoption, including, people can participate in the programming world and understand that Aronium would be a real motivation, since mining by CPU guarantees some coins, besides being able to be used as currency! I hope there are more applications for ARO and with that, its value will be higher. Smiley

What exactly does it being done in PHP mean?  I'm kinda confused about what's difference between this project and other currencies that exist?  If you are able to enlighten me, that would be greatly appreciated! Thanks

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February 15, 2018, 05:34:09 PM
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The fact of being done in PHP characterizes Aronium as a new fact and of easy adoption, including, people can participate in the programming world and understand that Aronium would be a real motivation, since mining by CPU guarantees some coins, besides being able to be used as currency! I hope there are more applications for ARO and with that, its value will be higher. Smiley

What exactly does it being done in PHP mean?  I'm kinda confused about what's difference between this project and other currencies that exist?  If you are able to enlighten me, that would be greatly appreciated! Thanks

The reference was to the miner software that is used, we have 3 different miners, PHP, Python and Java, all of which have source code available on the Github. Generally speaking keeping things open and not packaged in locked executable files means even more transparency from our side. We realise that other miners available also have code to look through but simplicity and effectiveness are key to transparency too.

If you would like more information on the programming side of things, as this is not my area, feel free to join our discord and talk to our community - https://arionum.info/discord/



 

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February 15, 2018, 05:43:54 PM
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The fact of being done in PHP characterizes Aronium as a new fact and of easy adoption, including, people can participate in the programming world and understand that Aronium would be a real motivation, since mining by CPU guarantees some coins, besides being able to be used as currency! I hope there are more applications for ARO and with that, its value will be higher. Smiley

What exactly does it being done in PHP mean?  I'm kinda confused about what's difference between this project and other currencies that exist?  If you are able to enlighten me, that would be greatly appreciated! Thanks

The reference was to the miner software that is used, we have 3 different miners, PHP, Python and Java, all of which have source code available on the Github. Generally speaking keeping things open and not packaged in locked executable files means even more transparency from our side. We realise that other miners available also have code to look through but simplicity and effectiveness are key to transparency too.

If you would like more information on the programming side of things, as this is not my area, feel free to join our discord and talk to our community - https://arionum.info/discord/



 

ahh i see.  Thanks a lot for the response mate, I took your advice and joined your discord, hopefully you'll be kind enough to answer some of my questions in there as well!  I dig deep sometimes, lol.

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February 15, 2018, 05:46:45 PM
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The fact of being done in PHP characterizes Aronium as a new fact and of easy adoption, including, people can participate in the programming world and understand that Aronium would be a real motivation, since mining by CPU guarantees some coins, besides being able to be used as currency! I hope there are more applications for ARO and with that, its value will be higher. Smiley

What exactly does it being done in PHP mean?  I'm kinda confused about what's difference between this project and other currencies that exist?  If you are able to enlighten me, that would be greatly appreciated! Thanks

The reference was to the miner software that is used, we have 3 different miners, PHP, Python and Java, all of which have source code available on the Github. Generally speaking keeping things open and not packaged in locked executable files means even more transparency from our side. We realise that other miners available also have code to look through but simplicity and effectiveness are key to transparency too.

If you would like more information on the programming side of things, as this is not my area, feel free to join our discord and talk to our community - https://arionum.info/discord/



 

ahh i see.  Thanks a lot for the response mate, I took your advice and joined your discord, hopefully you'll be kind enough to answer some of my questions in there as well!  I dig deep sometimes, lol.

Of course, anytime Smiley

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February 15, 2018, 06:19:40 PM
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Are you a Twitter user? Do you like the sound of winning some cold hard ARO?

Ok, go here - https://twitter.com/ArionumCrypto/status/963476938210906113 retweet and tag 2 people for your chance to win 200 ARO

While you are there, check the other areas of the ARO Twitter site.

Good luck!

Smiley

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February 15, 2018, 06:57:14 PM
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Hello all,

As I am mining, sometimes the value "pending" decreases in the historic shares table (I have not received any payment yet as I have mined less than 10 aro).
It seems counter intuitive, how can this be possible?

Thanks
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February 15, 2018, 06:58:04 PM
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Looks like ARO becomes a new "botnet controlled coin" like Monero. 65% of network are controls by three whales/botnets/cloud miners.
and this coin even not on exchange because it's pretty young. don't think this is a good sign
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February 15, 2018, 07:02:05 PM
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Hello all,

As I am mining, sometimes the value "pending" decreases in the historic shares table (I have not received any payment yet as I have mined less than 10 aro).
It seems counter intuitive, how can this be possible?

Thanks

If you have recently started mining with us, then your pending amount will be processed and sent to your wallet in due course. When this happens a new value will appear for your next pending amount. Please bear in mind though, you need to accrue 10 ARO before it is sent to your wallet.

Hope this helps Smiley

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February 15, 2018, 07:05:48 PM
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Looks like ARO becomes a new "botnet controlled coin" like Monero. 65% of network are controls by three whales/botnets/cloud miners.
and this coin even not on exchange because it's pretty young. don't think this is a good sign


While this is unfortunate in some people's eyes, this is to be expected from a CPU only coin. With the advent of cloud servers incorporating GPU's into their availability, only time will tell if the same thing happens with those.

It does not all have to be malicious botnet either, some people are actually prepared to invest quite heavily in a cryptocurrency if they think it is worth it.

Having actually spoken to people who have cloud mining operations, it's clear from them that although their initial investment is high, they have confidence in ARO.

Obviously I cannot say this for every user that has extremely high h/s but this is the case for the few that I have spoken to that are regularly at the top of the h/s list.

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February 15, 2018, 07:16:34 PM
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Hello all,

As I am mining, sometimes the value "pending" decreases in the historic shares table (I have not received any payment yet as I have mined less than 10 aro).
It seems counter intuitive, how can this be possible?

Thanks

If you have recently started mining with us, then your pending amount will be processed and sent to your wallet in due course. When this happens a new value will appear for your next pending amount. Please bear in mind though, you need to accrue 10 ARO before it is sent to your wallet.

Hope this helps Smiley

Thanks for your answer @OvErLoDe1 !

The problem is that my pending amount is decreasing while I'm mining and nothing is sent to my wallet.
To be clear : 15 minutes ago, the pending amount was 8.4 and now it is 7.77 but nothing has been sent to my wallet (total paid still 0.00)

What can be the cause of this situation?

Thanks!
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February 15, 2018, 07:20:50 PM
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Hello all,

As I am mining, sometimes the value "pending" decreases in the historic shares table (I have not received any payment yet as I have mined less than 10 aro).
It seems counter intuitive, how can this be possible?

Thanks

If you have recently started mining with us, then your pending amount will be processed and sent to your wallet in due course. When this happens a new value will appear for your next pending amount. Please bear in mind though, you need to accrue 10 ARO before it is sent to your wallet.

Hope this helps Smiley

Thanks for your answer @OvErLoDe1 !

The problem is that my pending amount is decreasing while I'm mining and nothing is sent to my wallet.
To be clear : 15 minutes ago, the pending amount was 8.4 and now it is 7.77 but nothing has been sent to my wallet (total paid still 0.00)

What can be the cause of this situation?

Thanks!

Is the 8.4 the first amount of ARO you have earnt mining with us?

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Is the 8.4 the first amount of ARO you have earnt mining with us?

Yes.

I started mining recently and my pending amount increased to around 8.5 and then started decreasing whereas I was still mining
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February 15, 2018, 07:42:51 PM
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Is the 8.4 the first amount of ARO you have earnt mining with us?

Yes.

I started mining recently and my pending amount increased to around 8.5 and then started decreasing whereas I was still mining

Ok, because you need to earn 10 ARO before a payment is made to your wallet, what will happen is that 7.7 will go from being "pending", get added to the 8.4 you have already earned and you should receive a payment of 16.1 ARO.

Any new pendings will then be paid as normal once you have achieved an amount of 10 ARO

Hope this makes sense Smiley

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Is the 8.4 the first amount of ARO you have earnt mining with us?

Yes.

I started mining recently and my pending amount increased to around 8.5 and then started decreasing whereas I was still mining

Ok, because you need to earn 10 ARO before a payment is made to your wallet, what will happen is that 7.7 will go from being "pending", get added to the 8.4 you have already earned and you should receive a payment of 16.1 ARO.

Any new pendings will then be paid as normal once you have achieved an amount of 10 ARO

Hope this makes sense Smiley

It makes sense!

I didn't know there could be "several" pending amounts.
(although it really looks like it's going backwards as in the last few minutes the pending amount went from 7.77 to 7.74).

Thanks for your answers, I will keep you posted if I receive any payment

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