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September 17, 2013, 04:19:26 PM
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p2pool is ready for testing  Grin

http://www.japool.com:20002/static/

1. download a quark miner.  https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxKqW4aMUczmaTVfWjZEdnpqLVk/edit?usp=sharing

2. Use the settings below
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minerd64_sse4.exe -a quark -t 8 -o http://www.japool.com:20002 --userpass=YourWalletAddress:AnyPassword
Change this "-t 8" to the number of cores you have. If you have 4 cores change it to "-t 4"


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September 17, 2013, 04:44:33 PM
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Has mined some. Good coin.
but only several guys are mining it.
Hope it can be listed on cryptsy.

Is there any plan for the trading platform


The Great Old One smiles upon your inquiry.

Yes, Offerings will be traded on the Sci-Fi coin exchange coming in a couple weeks. It may not be there upon launch, but there are most certainly plans in the works for it. Other exchanges are welcome also should they want to include and show their praise unto Cthulhu.
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September 17, 2013, 07:20:14 PM
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This is pretty cool.

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September 18, 2013, 10:17:10 PM
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So I set up a p2pool for Offerings, the first pool I've ever set up.  I am using the p2pool mod for quark by Neisklar (https://github.com/Neisklar/p2pool-quarkcoin).  This is a learning experience for me by the way, I am very new to this.  I've run across some odd things.

There is an address getting deposits that's not mine.  It gets about 0.00001 every so often.  I validated the address below:

Offeringd validateaddress Qe91rA2W8fQ3b19cknuVuxVhxgqdbkvL4m
{
    "isvalid" : true,
    "address" : "Qe91rA2W8fQ3b19cknuVuxVhxgqdbkvL4m",
    "ismine" : false
}

I searched for this key and come up with this bitcointalk post:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260031.msg3040492#msg3040492

That looks to be Niesklar's address.  I understand Offerings is a Quark clone but my question is how is it that I can validate a Quark address with Offeringd?  I just dawned on me too that all of these Offering address hashes start with "Q".  So does this mean that the pubkey variable wasn't changed and that offerings sent to quark addresses go into the ether?  Shouldn't it have it's own pub key prefix?

Also the getnewpubkey variable doesn't work for Offeringd.

Offeringd getnewpubkey
error: {"code":-32601,"message":"Method not found"}

Maybe this is a complicated first go at a running a pool.


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September 18, 2013, 10:38:59 PM
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Thank you for your concern. The pchMessageStart bits were absolutely changed in Offerings; you may diff main.cpp against the Quark main.cpp to see the changes. This is different from the Public Key which determines the first bit of the address. Many coins have the same public key bit.

This address which gets random deposits is an oversight I'm unaware of, interesting to say the least. While Quark and Offerings share the same Public Key first bit, it would technically be possible to import the privkey of a QRK address in to Offerings and vice-versa--this however doesn't mix the coins or block-chains. (You can do this now with BTC and DVC for example, have one address for both coins due to them both starting with Pub Key 1)

For now, this .0001 you speak of may be going to that address, but its an OFF address that's simply the same as the QRK address and since no one holds the privkey directly for it, they are just sitting there waiting for the possibility that someone gets that address randomly--would be a wonderful thing for some offerings participant to find!
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September 18, 2013, 11:42:56 PM
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Thank you for your concern. The pchMessageStart bits were absolutely changed in Offerings; you may diff main.cpp against the Quark main.cpp to see the changes. This is different from the Public Key which determines the first bit of the address. Many coins have the same public key bit.

This address which gets random deposits is an oversight I'm unaware of, interesting to say the least. While Quark and Offerings share the same Public Key first bit, it would technically be possible to import the privkey of a QRK address in to Offerings and vice-versa--this however doesn't mix the coins or block-chains. (You can do this now with BTC and DVC for example, have one address for both coins due to them both starting with Pub Key 1)

For now, this .0001 you speak of may be going to that address, but its an OFF address that's simply the same as the QRK address and since no one holds the privkey directly for it, they are just sitting there waiting for the possibility that someone gets that address randomly--would be a wonderful thing for some offerings participant to find!

Does this mean a Cthulu coin can go in a Quark coin wallet?

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September 19, 2013, 01:01:49 AM
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Thank you for your concern. The pchMessageStart bits were absolutely changed in Offerings; you may diff main.cpp against the Quark main.cpp to see the changes. This is different from the Public Key which determines the first bit of the address. Many coins have the same public key bit.

This address which gets random deposits is an oversight I'm unaware of, interesting to say the least. While Quark and Offerings share the same Public Key first bit, it would technically be possible to import the privkey of a QRK address in to Offerings and vice-versa--this however doesn't mix the coins or block-chains. (You can do this now with BTC and DVC for example, have one address for both coins due to them both starting with Pub Key 1)

For now, this .0001 you speak of may be going to that address, but its an OFF address that's simply the same as the QRK address and since no one holds the privkey directly for it, they are just sitting there waiting for the possibility that someone gets that address randomly--would be a wonderful thing for some offerings participant to find!

Does this mean a Cthulu coin can go in a Quark coin wallet?

No.

The same address can be used on both chains, but the chains will have completely different transactions that neither chain knows or cares about.

A poor analogy would be your name on bank accounts at two different banks. Both balances belong to you and the accounts have your name on them, but transactions in one account have nothing to do with the other account.

A transaction involves much more then just the public/private keys.  The complete chain of inputs to outputs has to be intact or the transaction will be rejected by the network. There is no sharing of input/outputs between chains, as neither network can communicate (The reason for message prefix codes and different P2P ports). Even if two clients from different chains communicated, they would have completely different chains of inputs/outputs.


I use the address 1CRypTosugXcXQNjp16Cra83c3M24vVW9Y for a few coins that use address version 1, but it is just an address on the network. The coin chains have no knowledge of the transactions associated with the address on other chains.



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September 19, 2013, 05:30:38 PM
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The ritual is progressing well, special blocks are bestowed upon us by the Great Old One himself!
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September 19, 2013, 06:55:07 PM
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Is there anymore info on the SciFi coin exchange mentioned earlier in this thread?
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September 19, 2013, 08:05:05 PM
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Is there anymore info on the SciFi coin exchange mentioned earlier in this thread?

Cthulhu commands you to view this link:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280114.msg3159965#msg3159965
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September 19, 2013, 08:24:47 PM
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And his command I shall obey..  TY
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September 21, 2013, 12:17:16 AM
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Here is an alternate ritual site (p2pool) for worshiping the Great Old One:

http://192.241.200.142:3333/static/

I've set the fee at 1%, I don't imagine ever increasing that.  This is all for a fun coin and a great learning experience.

Here is the link to the pre-compiled quark cpuminers for Windows.  Should be same link that thcst8 posted previously:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxKqW4aMUczmaTVfWjZEdnpqLVk/edit?usp=sharing

Be careful, there was malware floating around not long ago as a quark cpuminer, scan whatever you download.

For unix I found the "uncle bob" cpuminer performs quite well:

https://github.com/uncle-bob/quarkcoin-cpuminer

Installing the latest GMP library could also make a difference in performance.

Command to start mining with this pool:

minerd.exe -a quark -o http://192.241.200.142:3333 --userpass=YourWalletAddress:AnyPassword

Make sure "YourWalletAddress" is part of the command otherwise you're donating everything to the pool.



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September 21, 2013, 12:40:59 AM
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While I have successfully compiled a number of nameyourcoin-qt wallets on Linux without more than just running qmake and make, I've recently run into the following error looking for Windows specific files while compiling on a few of more recent ones, Offerings-qt wallet included:

/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lboost_system-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lboost_filesystem-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lboost_program_options-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lboost_thread-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [GoldPressedLatinum] Error 1

If you hit the above running make, open the nameyourcoin-qt.pro file in the source and comment out the entire section about Windows libs, just like the below:

#Uncomment this section to build on Windows using QtCMD/MinGW. Adjust dep locations as needed!
#windows:LIBS += -lshlwapi
#LIBS += $$join(BOOST_LIB_PATH,,-L,) $$join(BDB_LIB_PATH,,-L,) $$join(OPENSSL_LIB_PATH,,-L,) $$join(QRENCODE_LIB_PATH,,-L,)
#LIBS += -lssl -lcrypto -ldb_cxx$$BDB_LIB_SUFFIX
#windows:LIBS += -lws2_32 -lole32 -loleaut32 -luuid -lgdi32
#LIBS += -lboost_system-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53 -lboost_filesystem-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53 -lboost_program_options-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53 -lboost_thread-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53
#BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX=-mgw46-mt-sd-1_53
#BOOST_INCLUDE_PATH=C:/deps/boost
#BOOST_LIB_PATH=C:/deps/boost/stage/lib
#BDB_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/deps/db/build_unix
#BDB_LIB_PATH=c:/deps/db/build_unix
#OPENSSL_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/deps/ssl/include
#OPENSSL_LIB_PATH=c:/deps/ssl
#MINIUPNPC_LIB_PATH=c:/deps/miniupnpc
#MINIUPNPC_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/deps

Rerun make.

So far Gold Pressed Latinum and Cthulhu Offerings have had the above uncommented by default and so I hit that error with both.  The solution is pretty straight forward but you never know, someone may pull their hair out late one night trying to figure out what's wrong.  Hopefully this helps save some hair.
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September 21, 2013, 07:44:44 AM
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Block generation has slowed down a lot with my CPU. 2 blocks short of 100 now.
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September 21, 2013, 07:50:20 AM
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September 21, 2013, 09:01:04 AM
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Bestow thy blessings on this wretched soul QT1Y37BzfsZdULxJWqBqbbLKTWskEno3wn

I have bestowed upon thee a bountiful offering worthy of a king Grin

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September 21, 2013, 09:06:06 AM
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Here is an alternate ritual site (p2pool) for worshiping the Great Old One:

http://192.241.200.142:3333/static/

I've set the fee at 1%, I don't imagine ever increasing that.  This is all for a fun coin and a great learning experience.

Here is the link to the pre-compiled quark cpuminers for Windows.  Should be same link that thcst8 posted previously:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxKqW4aMUczmaTVfWjZEdnpqLVk/edit?usp=sharing

Be careful, there was malware floating around not long ago as a quark cpuminer, scan whatever you download.

For unix I found the "uncle bob" cpuminer performs quite well:

https://github.com/uncle-bob/quarkcoin-cpuminer

Installing the latest GMP library could also make a difference in performance.

Command to start mining with this pool:

minerd.exe -a quark -o http://192.241.200.142:3333 --userpass=YourWalletAddress:AnyPassword

Make sure "YourWalletAddress" is part of the command otherwise you're donating everything to the pool.




  the pool is too slow
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September 21, 2013, 05:12:33 PM
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Here is an alternate ritual site (p2pool) for worshiping the Great Old One:

http://192.241.200.142:3333/static/

I've set the fee at 1%, I don't imagine ever increasing that.  This is all for a fun coin and a great learning experience.

Here is the link to the pre-compiled quark cpuminers for Windows.  Should be same link that thcst8 posted previously:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxKqW4aMUczmaTVfWjZEdnpqLVk/edit?usp=sharing

Be careful, there was malware floating around not long ago as a quark cpuminer, scan whatever you download.

For unix I found the "uncle bob" cpuminer performs quite well:

https://github.com/uncle-bob/quarkcoin-cpuminer

Installing the latest GMP library could also make a difference in performance.

Command to start mining with this pool:

minerd.exe -a quark -o http://192.241.200.142:3333 --userpass=YourWalletAddress:AnyPassword

Make sure "YourWalletAddress" is part of the command otherwise you're donating everything to the pool.




  the pool is too slow



my spoon is too big



All hail the Great Old One, master of the sands of time and supreme architect of the cosmos.

Legends of old remind us to keep our Offering satchels close, but to keep our brothers and sisters of the Ceremony closer. 

If it would suit the Great Old One, please consider sending this simple yet loyal peon an Offering:

QgGVjCPbopxGzq2UoQPCfZ3KmhZFv5p7H2


Cthulhu !!!!!

sharecoin:ST9yZ4B9P1y9MoPzdFfUAdNJUtp91xnY24
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September 21, 2013, 07:13:50 PM
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Here is an alternate ritual site (p2pool) for worshiping the Great Old One:

http://192.241.200.142:3333/static/

I've set the fee at 1%, I don't imagine ever increasing that.  This is all for a fun coin and a great learning experience.

Here is the link to the pre-compiled quark cpuminers for Windows.  Should be same link that thcst8 posted previously:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxKqW4aMUczmaTVfWjZEdnpqLVk/edit?usp=sharing

Be careful, there was malware floating around not long ago as a quark cpuminer, scan whatever you download.

For unix I found the "uncle bob" cpuminer performs quite well:

https://github.com/uncle-bob/quarkcoin-cpuminer

Installing the latest GMP library could also make a difference in performance.

Command to start mining with this pool:

minerd.exe -a quark -o http://192.241.200.142:3333 --userpass=YourWalletAddress:AnyPassword

Make sure "YourWalletAddress" is part of the command otherwise you're donating everything to the pool.




  the pool is too slow

If by too slow you mean the rate then yes there are only a handful of miners using it at the moment.
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September 21, 2013, 07:57:24 PM
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Bestow thy blessings on this wretched soul QT1Y37BzfsZdULxJWqBqbbLKTWskEno3wn

I have bestowed upon thee a bountiful offering worthy of a king Grin

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Woot - thats a kingly ransom indeed. Gracias, fellow believer  Cheesy

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