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March 06, 2018, 09:46:23 AM
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The difficulty is too high while the price is too low, I do not see the profit when digging this coin?
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March 06, 2018, 09:49:01 AM
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Stay cool & Make Stellite-Coins in Office/Home/College/School
Mine Stellite - Coins  with your PC and Mobile  chrome or Mozilla Browser.  Its free

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March 06, 2018, 10:33:08 AM
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Padarobin by my theory we are going neither up or down , people are just going away. already one customer check comments Smiley., DEVs is someone trying to time warp ?
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March 06, 2018, 11:01:08 AM
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keep voting @ https://acc.vicex.io/acc/listing we are now Nr 1 lets keep this position.
If you haven't voted yet registration takes 30 seconds so do it  Cool.

let's make XTL have more exchanges~  Grin

Ofcourse but lets get this one in the pocket first Cheesy keep on voting at https://acc.vicex.io/acc/listing
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March 06, 2018, 01:15:48 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!
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March 06, 2018, 01:52:17 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

Have you voted for Stellite XTL yet on https://acc.vicex.io/acc/listing ? If not register and keep us number 1  Cool
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March 06, 2018, 02:15:39 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

Have you voted for Stellite XTL yet on https://acc.vicex.io/acc/listing ? If not register and keep us number 1  Cool

People are going away, we need bot-resistance algorithm.

Bitcoin(ASIC occupy), Monero(Bots occupy), Ethereum(ASIC and Bot - resistance)

Participants matter in this game.
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March 06, 2018, 02:23:58 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

Have you voted for Stellite XTL yet on https://acc.vicex.io/acc/listing ? If not register and keep us number 1  Cool

People are going away, we need bot-resistance algorithm.

Bitcoin(ASIC occupy), Monero(Bots occupy), Etherium(ASIC and Bot - resistance)

Participants matter in this game.


Sounds like a plan, which bot-resistance algorithm would be your number 1 choice?
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March 06, 2018, 02:37:56 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

On what basis are you doing these assumptions, if I may ask? It's not even two months old and you are already saying it is being mined by bots? Why should they at this price?
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March 06, 2018, 02:44:03 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

Have you voted for Stellite XTL yet on https://acc.vicex.io/acc/listing ? If not register and keep us number 1  Cool

People are going away, we need bot-resistance algorithm.

Bitcoin(ASIC occupy), Monero(Bots occupy), Ethereum(ASIC and Bot - resistance)

Participants matter in this game.


Sounds like a plan, which bot-resistance algorithm would be your number 1 choice?

I have no idea. I have mined CPU only algorithm coin once, but Bots have occupied over 50%(Nicehash does not have that algorithm), so I gave up the CPU only algorithm coins now.

Vitalik dumped ASIC and CPU miners, also. Is is possible to distinguish between CPU miners and Bots?
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March 06, 2018, 03:10:09 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

On what basis are you doing these assumptions, if I may ask? It's not even two months old and you are already saying it is being mined by bots? Why should they at this price?
https://www.cryptunit.com/

Only bots do not care the current price because no loss at all(Even Asic uses electric), I have seen bots in CPU only algorithms(no Nicehash) coin, and that coin does not have any exchange.

Greedy hackers are ruining this game.

So, I think if Big Hashrate reflect the price -> Nicehash, if not, Bots or Asic.

In this case, I suspect Bots.
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March 06, 2018, 04:32:49 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

On what basis are you doing these assumptions, if I may ask? It's not even two months old and you are already saying it is being mined by bots? Why should they at this price?
https://www.cryptunit.com/

Only bots do not care the current price because no loss at all(Even Asic uses electric), I have seen bots in CPU only algorithms(no Nicehash) coin, and that coin does not have any exchange.

Greedy hackers are ruining this game.

So, I think if Big Hashrate reflect the price -> Nicehash, if not, Bots or Asic.

In this case, I suspect Bots.

What are you even talking about? Are you assuming botnets? I highly doubt there are botnets mining a coin this new with relatively low volume. Like I mentioned earlier it's probably a nicehash buyer since the nethash drops randomly from 7Mh/s to 4Mh/s. I do however agree it will likely become a bigger issue once the coin gets more attention. XMR and ETN are currently having issues with it.

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March 06, 2018, 04:44:33 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

On what basis are you doing these assumptions, if I may ask? It's not even two months old and you are already saying it is being mined by bots? Why should they at this price?
https://www.cryptunit.com/

Only bots do not care the current price because no loss at all(Even Asic uses electric), I have seen bots in CPU only algorithms(no Nicehash) coin, and that coin does not have any exchange.

Greedy hackers are ruining this game.

So, I think if Big Hashrate reflect the price -> Nicehash, if not, Bots or Asic.

In this case, I suspect Bots.

What are you even talking about? Are you assuming botnets? I highly doubt there are botnets mining a coin this new with relatively low volume. Like I mentioned earlier it's probably a nicehash buyer since the nethash drops randomly from 7Mh/s to 4Mh/s. I do however agree it will likely become a bigger issue once the coin gets more attention. XMR and ETN are currently having issues with it.
I see botnets in new coins nowadays, even in new algorithms(CPU only). Price gap is so deep for Nicehash buyers, so I suspect botnets.

and, Why do Nicehash users mine at that price? they can buy more Stellites from exchanges at that price. The price gap was so deep.
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March 06, 2018, 07:29:41 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

On what basis are you doing these assumptions, if I may ask? It's not even two months old and you are already saying it is being mined by bots? Why should they at this price?
https://www.cryptunit.com/

Only bots do not care the current price because no loss at all(Even Asic uses electric), I have seen bots in CPU only algorithms(no Nicehash) coin, and that coin does not have any exchange.

Greedy hackers are ruining this game.

So, I think if Big Hashrate reflect the price -> Nicehash, if not, Bots or Asic.

In this case, I suspect Bots.

What are you even talking about? Are you assuming botnets? I highly doubt there are botnets mining a coin this new with relatively low volume. Like I mentioned earlier it's probably a nicehash buyer since the nethash drops randomly from 7Mh/s to 4Mh/s. I do however agree it will likely become a bigger issue once the coin gets more attention. XMR and ETN are currently having issues with it.
I see botnets in new coins nowadays, even in new algorithms(CPU only). Price gap is so deep for Nicehash buyers, so I suspect botnets.

and, Why do Nicehash users mine at that price? they can buy more Stellites from exchanges at that price. The price gap was so deep.

I agree that Nicehash users will not mine this coin, at least not now. Dev do need to pay some attention on this, in case for any bad side. This could kill this nice coin. There are some risks and possibilities. If the price was controlled by an unfriendly person towards this coin, they can pump and dump.
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March 06, 2018, 08:13:07 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

On what basis are you doing these assumptions, if I may ask? It's not even two months old and you are already saying it is being mined by bots? Why should they at this price?
https://www.cryptunit.com/

Only bots do not care the current price because no loss at all(Even Asic uses electric), I have seen bots in CPU only algorithms(no Nicehash) coin, and that coin does not have any exchange.

Greedy hackers are ruining this game.

So, I think if Big Hashrate reflect the price -> Nicehash, if not, Bots or Asic.

In this case, I suspect Bots.

What are you even talking about? Are you assuming botnets? I highly doubt there are botnets mining a coin this new with relatively low volume. Like I mentioned earlier it's probably a nicehash buyer since the nethash drops randomly from 7Mh/s to 4Mh/s. I do however agree it will likely become a bigger issue once the coin gets more attention. XMR and ETN are currently having issues with it.
the coin have problem,the block diff change so slow, it change diff after big hash coming 2hours,so they can mining over 500 blocks,about 4X normal blocks and the hash go this coin need 12hours to change diff to normal,so in this 12 hours you will ming vert less blocks, other coin do better,like itns ,they will change diff in a few minuts when big hash coming,and the hash going it only need 1-2hours changge diff to normal, we can mining normal.
but this coin looks dev for nicehash, so if you need this coin i recommend you buy it,you can mining out coin  sell then buy xtl
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March 06, 2018, 08:19:27 PM
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This project looks very promising. I will be pointing my miners at it for a while. Keep up the good work
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March 06, 2018, 08:27:46 PM
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Today, the situation changes again. Just one minute ago, the whole network from the community pool has 2.0 MH/s hashrate. However, in one of the pools (another pool), it presents about 6.0 MH/s hashrate, but simultaneously  its network hash rate still shows only 2.0 MH/s, yesterday, vice verse. Something must be wrong here.
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March 06, 2018, 08:37:13 PM
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Why does the whole network have about 7.6 MH/s hash rate? but all listed pools add together only to have less than 1 MH/s hash rate. Is any big farm extracting these coins from their own pool?
What that doesnt make sense

It does make sense if it were true. It could mean that one farm could control most of coins and later manipulate the price.

It might be a Nicehash buyer. You also have to keep in mind that there are a lot of people who mine on private pools/solo mine. You can't expect to be able to add the network hashrate solely from the pools. This is the case for most coins. Even bitcoin which is the most known coin with little privacy has 10% of the network as "unkown".

Why do you mention Nicehash? Big losses at this Stellite price, Buying is much better. Only bots do not care the price because bots use others' resources. Centralization may kill this project. Redistribution of wealth to Hackers, Nice Project!

On what basis are you doing these assumptions, if I may ask? It's not even two months old and you are already saying it is being mined by bots? Why should they at this price?
https://www.cryptunit.com/

Only bots do not care the current price because no loss at all(Even Asic uses electric), I have seen bots in CPU only algorithms(no Nicehash) coin, and that coin does not have any exchange.

Greedy hackers are ruining this game.

So, I think if Big Hashrate reflect the price -> Nicehash, if not, Bots or Asic.

In this case, I suspect Bots.

What are you even talking about? Are you assuming botnets? I highly doubt there are botnets mining a coin this new with relatively low volume. Like I mentioned earlier it's probably a nicehash buyer since the nethash drops randomly from 7Mh/s to 4Mh/s. I do however agree it will likely become a bigger issue once the coin gets more attention. XMR and ETN are currently having issues with it.
the coin have problem,the block diff change so slow, it change diff after big hash coming 2hours,so they can mining over 500 blocks,about 4X normal blocks and the hash go this coin need 12hours to change diff to normal,so in this 12 hours you will ming vert less blocks, other coin do better,like itns ,they will change diff in a few minuts when big hash coming,and the hash going it only need 1-2hours changge diff to normal, we can mining normal.
but this coin looks dev for nicehash, so if you need this coin i recommend you buy it,you can mining out coin  sell then buy xtl

If it is this case, it is a big question? It would mean a big risk to hold this coin because more and more cheap coins are dumped into the market. It will be no hope for the rise of price. Dev should think about using the same method as IPBC coin took to protect your coins.
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March 06, 2018, 09:55:19 PM
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Its a new coin same thing happens with every coin the price stays low then boom. XTL is not an ico its a real coin
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March 06, 2018, 11:44:20 PM
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Today, the situation changes again. Just one minute ago, the whole network from the community pool has 2.0 MH/s hashrate. However, in one of the pools (another pool), it presents about 6.0 MH/s hashrate, but simultaneously  its network hash rate still shows only 2.0 MH/s, yesterday, vice verse. Something must be wrong here.
Where are you checking the network hash rate? It always takes some time to update, definitely longer than the counter for the actual pool you're viewing it on.

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