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Author Topic: Qwertycoin - Safe. Simple. Secure. CPU/GPU/ASIC [CryptoNight] Mobile Wallet  (Read 54846 times)
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May 02, 2018, 01:14:07 AM
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Qwertycoin has been listed on http://CoinLib.io ! View market stats for QWC now:
https://coinlib.io/coin/QWC/Qwertycoin

As always, join the Community on Telegram for the fastest responses as well as support.
Qwertycoin Community: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Qwertycoin Support: https://t.me/qwc_support

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We'd like to know your thoughts on changing to an ASIC resistant algorithm for Qwertycoin.
We understand that some members of the community have previously shared their thoughts, but we'd like to get feedback from a wider audience - members looking to join QWC and all.

If you'd like to share your opinions on the matter, please feel free to join the above links or post in this thread.

Thank you.

I prefer 100% ASIC resistant algorithms.
Is more democratic.
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May 02, 2018, 04:00:42 AM
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More than two days and transactions are not confirmed. I'm using the latest wallet (2.2.2). Any thoughts?

Lastest wallet was 2.2.3 just 2 days ago. Download it here:
https://github.com/qwertycoin-org/qwertycoin-gui/releases
Thank you. Now using the 2.2.3 version. The transactions are still unconfirmed.

Please check the transaction hashes of your transactions through the Explorer: https://explorer.qwertycoin.org
There's a small backlog of TXs at the moment (400+), so they should be pushed through eventually. Any coins that sit in the mempool too long will be removed and sent back to the user within 7 days.

I prefer 100% ASIC resistant algorithms.
Is more democratic.

Thank you, I understand and appreciate your opinion.

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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May 02, 2018, 06:03:07 AM
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I prefer 100% ASIC resistant algorithms.
Is more democratic.

I agree completely. In recent years, the complexity has increased a lot and I get much less coins from my rig. I am sure it is ASIC's fault. All known coins changed the algorithm to increase the resistance to ASIC. The rest will be attacked)))
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May 02, 2018, 08:33:21 AM
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Qwertycoin has been listed on http://CoinLib.io ! View market stats for QWC now:
https://coinlib.io/coin/QWC/Qwertycoin

As always, join the Community on Telegram for the fastest responses as well as support.
Qwertycoin Community: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Qwertycoin Support: https://t.me/qwc_support

We look forward to seeing you there.

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On another note:

We'd like to know your thoughts on changing to an ASIC resistant algorithm for Qwertycoin.
We understand that some members of the community have previously shared their thoughts, but we'd like to get feedback from a wider audience - members looking to join QWC and all.

If you'd like to share your opinions on the matter, please feel free to join the above links or post in this thread.

Thank you.

I already have made my opinion known about this, but in perhaps a bit of a rude way earlier in the thread.

I have a friend who is happily mining QWC with a couple of 1080ti's and some CPUs and making many thousands of them a day - hoping that this coin may one day be worth even $0.10 and he will make some good profit.

I understand his reasoning, and I want to investigate this coin more to try to understand if there is anything that makes it "different" or have some utility to make it stand out amongst the thousands of "shitcoins" out there and if I do like what I find in my research I may mine some too, BUT....

if this coin gains in price and volume enough to get enough attention that plain cryptonight ASIC miners start pointing their hash-rate at it, it will be terrible for the coin IMHO because it will centralize hashing power (CPU/GPU only coins are usually inherently more decentralized) and you will have individuals or groups with large amounts of hash-rate and coins who can manipulate it's price. One example is someone who has lots of hash power of cryptonight can mine QWT right now and make probably millions of coins in days. Then they could "undersell" to artificially lower the price, then once the price has lowered enough they buy back many more, then they wait a week or three and do it again, until they have a huge number of coins. Then they engage in pumping the coin by spending money on social media campaigns to hype it, then they dump all their coins when the price has spiked up a bit.
I think that CPU only coins are ultimately the most decentralized but I don't know how hard it is to find an algorithm like that. MAGI coin has done it for years with M7M. GPU algorithms that use low power or can be mined with almost any GPU are good too.

Anyway, my point is I really WISH you would move away from a non-ASIC resistant algorithm. I wish all coins would but it's too late for the ones that have already gone through CPU to GPU to FPGA to ASIC, unless they fork of course. I think it was very brave of Monero to fork given the market cap they have because forking is always risky and controversial.

This coin is still young and forking it would be easier now than later.

Crypto currency enthusiast and miner since 2015. Mined approx 200 ETH during 2016 and 2017 and sold it at approximately $US40 each. Then I watched it reach $1000+ each. If anyone bothers to read this stuff pay attention to this: HODL HODL HODL HODL HODL HODL

I started mining with 1 AMD 7950 and 1 R9-280X. Then I gradually built my AMD operation into 12 R9-290s. Awesome ETH hash but ridiculous power consumption and heat. Over the last year I defected to the Nvidia team. I now use GTX 1070s. They were expensive to buy (probably a bargain now) but awesome hash rate vs. power consumption. blah blah blah blah
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May 02, 2018, 10:07:19 AM
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I already have made my opinion known about this, but in perhaps a bit of a rude way earlier in the thread.

I have a friend who is happily mining QWC with a couple of 1080ti's and some CPUs and making many thousands of them a day - hoping that this coin may one day be worth even $0.10 and he will make some good profit.

I understand his reasoning, and I want to investigate this coin more to try to understand if there is anything that makes it "different" or have some utility to make it stand out amongst the thousands of "shitcoins" out there and if I do like what I find in my research I may mine some too, BUT....

if this coin gains in price and volume enough to get enough attention that plain cryptonight ASIC miners start pointing their hash-rate at it, it will be terrible for the coin IMHO because it will centralize hashing power (CPU/GPU only coins are usually inherently more decentralized) and you will have individuals or groups with large amounts of hash-rate and coins who can manipulate it's price. One example is someone who has lots of hash power of cryptonight can mine QWT right now and make probably millions of coins in days. Then they could "undersell" to artificially lower the price, then once the price has lowered enough they buy back many more, then they wait a week or three and do it again, until they have a huge number of coins. Then they engage in pumping the coin by spending money on social media campaigns to hype it, then they dump all their coins when the price has spiked up a bit.
I think that CPU only coins are ultimately the most decentralized but I don't know how hard it is to find an algorithm like that. MAGI coin has done it for years with M7M. GPU algorithms that use low power or can be mined with almost any GPU are good too.

Anyway, my point is I really WISH you would move away from a non-ASIC resistant algorithm. I wish all coins would but it's too late for the ones that have already gone through CPU to GPU to FPGA to ASIC, unless they fork of course. I think it was very brave of Monero to fork given the market cap they have because forking is always risky and controversial.

This coin is still young and forking it would be easier now than later.

Thank you for your thoughts, we appreciate the feedback and will be discussing the prospect of anti-ASIC algorithms in the near future.

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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May 02, 2018, 12:22:34 PM
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I will express my opinion repeatedly, without changing the algorithm to ASIC-resistant, we risk being exposed to centralization.

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May 02, 2018, 03:42:02 PM
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I will express my opinion repeatedly, without changing the algorithm to ASIC-resistant, we risk being exposed to centralization.

https://www.reddit.com/r/QWERTYCOIN/comments/8gi8xt/a_case_for_asic_resistance/
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May 02, 2018, 06:59:26 PM
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Qwertycoin has been listed on http://CoinLib.io ! View market stats for QWC now:
https://coinlib.io/coin/QWC/Qwertycoin

As always, join the Community on Telegram for the fastest responses as well as support.
Qwertycoin Community: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Qwertycoin Support: https://t.me/qwc_support

We look forward to seeing you there.

---

On another note:

We'd like to know your thoughts on changing to an ASIC resistant algorithm for Qwertycoin.
We understand that some members of the community have previously shared their thoughts, but we'd like to get feedback from a wider audience - members looking to join QWC and all.

If you'd like to share your opinions on the matter, please feel free to join the above links or post in this thread.

Thank you.



I already have made my opinion known about this, but in perhaps a bit of a rude way earlier in the thread.

I have a friend who is happily mining QWC with a couple of 1080ti's and some CPUs and making many thousands of them a day - hoping that this coin may one day be worth even $0.10 and he will make some good profit.

I understand his reasoning, and I want to investigate this coin more to try to understand if there is anything that makes it "different" or have some utility to make it stand out amongst the thousands of "shitcoins" out there and if I do like what I find in my research I may mine some too, BUT....

if this coin gains in price and volume enough to get enough attention that plain cryptonight ASIC miners start pointing their hash-rate at it, it will be terrible for the coin IMHO because it will centralize hashing power (CPU/GPU only coins are usually inherently more decentralized) and you will have individuals or groups with large amounts of hash-rate and coins who can manipulate it's price. One example is someone who has lots of hash power of cryptonight can mine QWT right now and make probably millions of coins in days. Then they could "undersell" to artificially lower the price, then once the price has lowered enough they buy back many more, then they wait a week or three and do it again, until they have a huge number of coins. Then they engage in pumping the coin by spending money on social media campaigns to hype it, then they dump all their coins when the price has spiked up a bit.
I think that CPU only coins are ultimately the most decentralized but I don't know how hard it is to find an algorithm like that. MAGI coin has done it for years with M7M. GPU algorithms that use low power or can be mined with almost any GPU are good too.

Anyway, my point is I really WISH you would move away from a non-ASIC resistant algorithm. I wish all coins would but it's too late for the ones that have already gone through CPU to GPU to FPGA to ASIC, unless they fork of course. I think it was very brave of Monero to fork given the market cap they have because forking is always risky and controversial.

This coin is still young and forking it would be easier now than later.


Which algorithm do you suggest?  and why?
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May 03, 2018, 05:31:50 AM
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Qwertycoin has been listed on http://CoinLib.io ! View market stats for QWC now:
https://coinlib.io/coin/QWC/Qwertycoin

As always, join the Community on Telegram for the fastest responses as well as support.
Qwertycoin Community: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Qwertycoin Support: https://t.me/qwc_support

We look forward to seeing you there.

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On another note:

We'd like to know your thoughts on changing to an ASIC resistant algorithm for Qwertycoin.
We understand that some members of the community have previously shared their thoughts, but we'd like to get feedback from a wider audience - members looking to join QWC and all.

If you'd like to share your opinions on the matter, please feel free to join the above links or post in this thread.

Thank you.



I already have made my opinion known about this, but in perhaps a bit of a rude way earlier in the thread.

I have a friend who is happily mining QWC with a couple of 1080ti's and some CPUs and making many thousands of them a day - hoping that this coin may one day be worth even $0.10 and he will make some good profit.

I understand his reasoning, and I want to investigate this coin more to try to understand if there is anything that makes it "different" or have some utility to make it stand out amongst the thousands of "shitcoins" out there and if I do like what I find in my research I may mine some too, BUT....

if this coin gains in price and volume enough to get enough attention that plain cryptonight ASIC miners start pointing their hash-rate at it, it will be terrible for the coin IMHO because it will centralize hashing power (CPU/GPU only coins are usually inherently more decentralized) and you will have individuals or groups with large amounts of hash-rate and coins who can manipulate it's price. One example is someone who has lots of hash power of cryptonight can mine QWT right now and make probably millions of coins in days. Then they could "undersell" to artificially lower the price, then once the price has lowered enough they buy back many more, then they wait a week or three and do it again, until they have a huge number of coins. Then they engage in pumping the coin by spending money on social media campaigns to hype it, then they dump all their coins when the price has spiked up a bit.
I think that CPU only coins are ultimately the most decentralized but I don't know how hard it is to find an algorithm like that. MAGI coin has done it for years with M7M. GPU algorithms that use low power or can be mined with almost any GPU are good too.

Anyway, my point is I really WISH you would move away from a non-ASIC resistant algorithm. I wish all coins would but it's too late for the ones that have already gone through CPU to GPU to FPGA to ASIC, unless they fork of course. I think it was very brave of Monero to fork given the market cap they have because forking is always risky and controversial.

This coin is still young and forking it would be easier now than later.


Which algorithm do you suggest?  and why?

I think a very obvious and reasonable choice would be cryptonightv7 (if I have that correct?) the same algorithm chosen by other coins previously using cryptonight and chosen for precisely the reasons we have been discussing (ASIC mining resistance).

Many of the software "miners" people already use for qwertycoin have already updated to include this capability so it would be relatively easy for many people to just slightly change some miner config and keep mining. An example is XMR-Stak.

Obviously a hard fork is a big deal, but I am very interested in this coin BUT I will not mine it without the change. Then if you did change I would probably mine immediately and for quite a while, because everything else about this seems good to my "prospectors instincts".

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I started mining with 1 AMD 7950 and 1 R9-280X. Then I gradually built my AMD operation into 12 R9-290s. Awesome ETH hash but ridiculous power consumption and heat. Over the last year I defected to the Nvidia team. I now use GTX 1070s. They were expensive to buy (probably a bargain now) but awesome hash rate vs. power consumption. blah blah blah blah
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May 03, 2018, 04:02:43 PM
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most cryptocurrency software do not work or cannot be copied or downloaded without turning of Microsoft Defender. Later I turned Defender back on with a exception rule for the folder the cryptosoftware was in. When I scan the PC the only time Defender goes crazy is when it stumbles over cryptosoftware.

My wallet did not work and they needed more info before they could help me so I dumped the logfile here on this forum. Shortly after that my wallet began sending coins. I've just noticed it in my wallet on another PC.
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May 03, 2018, 04:08:14 PM
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CryptonightV7 would be a good choice for the given moment. I cannot remember exactly but I think Monero will switch its algorithm multiple times per year to keep ASICs out of the game, this is the only way for a coin to stay ASIC resistant.

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May 03, 2018, 04:13:27 PM
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CryptonightV7 would be a good choice for the given moment. I cannot remember exactly but I think Monero will switch its algorithm multiple times per year to keep ASICs out of the game, this is the only way for a coin to stay ASIC resistant.

I agree with you. Changing the algorithm to CryptonightV7 should not be very difficult, many coins are now moving to this algorithm. We can use their experience in this matter.

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May 04, 2018, 12:15:55 AM
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Every time I see this project above and with more collaboration from the community, it is necessary that the prices go up a bit more, raise the difficulty and the developers create a better presentation with a roadmap and whitebook that conveys everyone and we will see how this project grows as the foam !!

Many encourage the developers and coin dumpers you can go a bit to take for ass.
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May 04, 2018, 02:10:45 AM
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Every time I see this project above and with more collaboration from the community, it is necessary that the prices go up a bit more, raise the difficulty and the developers create a better presentation with a roadmap and whitebook that conveys everyone and we will see how this project grows as the foam !!

Many encourage the developers and coin dumpers you can go a bit to take for ass.

yes, the team is working on the Roadmap and on a Whitepaper.  It takes time to do a good job, create original content and not just cut/paste from other coins white papers.  I'm sure you're all read Whitepapers that are literally a copy of someone else's paper with the name of the coin changed.  That isn't the QWC way!   
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May 04, 2018, 12:33:27 PM
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I take it the coin is covered Huh
What do you mean by "covered"? Do mean backed by something or what?

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May 04, 2018, 01:32:26 PM
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coin for (6 days, -82%) has lost and I doubt that she not will fall and further

No one is immune to falls, this is the market. For me, this price change is immaterial, the coin is too young. I HODL!

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Last edit: May 06, 2018, 11:43:58 AM by visax
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Beware, to deposite use exchange crex24 or new exchange other

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May 05, 2018, 09:25:05 PM
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The SSL certificates issues at CREX24 have been resolved and everything is working normally for QWC.
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May 06, 2018, 10:15:38 AM
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1 dollar mean184 billion usd total value.current bitcoin market capital.
However, this one 1 million user base creation is not QWC's responsibility.
It is user's responsibility only if users want to get it up 1 dollar value.
Active participation and donation is the only way to make this happen.
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nice that is a good start.I think airdrop on crex will create massive downturn. received intucoin but I don't really care.
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