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September 25, 2013, 06:48:02 PM
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Would you let a legal botnet connect to your pool?

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=301468.new#new

All miners would be connecting from a single block/range of IP addresses.



If you'd like a boatload of intel i5/i7 computers running minerd.exe to connect to our pool please post below.  I'd prefer altcoins or a profit-switching pool, but essentially I'm looking for a pool where I can connect multiple computers using a wallet address as the username or a pool with a worker configuration system simple enough to easily connect this many computers.

EDIT: You'll make mad fee income from this project and it has the possibility for (legal) expansion in the future.  What can your pool do for my project  Wink

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September 25, 2013, 07:10:44 PM
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Would you let a legal botnet connect to your pool?

Read more here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=301468.new#new

All miners would be connecting from a single block/range of IP addresses.



If you'd like a boatload of intel i5/i7 computers running minerd.exe to connect to our pool please post below.  I'd prefer altcoins or a profit-switching pool, but essentially I'm looking for a pool where I can connect multiple computers using a wallet address as the username or a pool with a worker configuration system simple enough to easily connect this many computers.

EDIT: You'll make mad fee income from this project and it has the possibility for (legal) expansion in the future.  What can your pool do for my project  Wink

You should, IMHO, run slush's stratum proxy inside your lan and point it to a pool, so that the pool just sees a new client and your stratum proxy handles your boatload of CPUs.

edit: you will end up spending in electricity a lot more than the value of the BTCs you'll be able to mine.

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September 25, 2013, 07:35:14 PM
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Would you let a legal botnet connect to your pool?

Read more here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=301468.new#new

All miners would be connecting from a single block/range of IP addresses.



If you'd like a boatload of intel i5/i7 computers running minerd.exe to connect to our pool please post below.  I'd prefer altcoins or a profit-switching pool, but essentially I'm looking for a pool where I can connect multiple computers using a wallet address as the username or a pool with a worker configuration system simple enough to easily connect this many computers.

EDIT: You'll make mad fee income from this project and it has the possibility for (legal) expansion in the future.  What can your pool do for my project  Wink

You should, IMHO, run slush's stratum proxy inside your lan and point it to a pool, so that the pool just sees a new client and your stratum proxy handles your boatload of CPUs.

edit: you will end up spending in electricity a lot more than the value of the BTCs you'll be able to mine.

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Point noted on the stratum-proxy.  And as far as electricity goes, the university gets "free" government electricity and leaves all the lights on in many buildings on all night long, it wasn't approached as a concern when this project was approved.  So I'm not going to factor that in until I am approached about it.  In all honesty, I don't think they'll notice, its likely going to be a drop in the bucket.

They're more excited about the compsci students managing it and the finance kids doing the taxes on what little income it produces.

The only concerns I got were from faculty/administrators were:

Don't DDOS the network
Don't create any kind of mass network security vulnerability

I've already provided the sources of cpuminer, minerd, and minerd-scrypt-jane to a professor for him to pick through the source code.  He understands (for the most part) how cryptocurrencies function.

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September 25, 2013, 08:03:52 PM
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stratum_proxy without a doubt.  I ran it for a while with 40 CPU miners doing LTC mining.  Worked perfectly.  It needs very little to run - I ran it on a Pentium D machine with 1GB RAM and Windows XP (old Dell GX620).

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September 26, 2013, 01:09:01 PM
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Would you let a legal botnet connect to your pool?

Read more here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=301468.new#new

All miners would be connecting from a single block/range of IP addresses.



If you'd like a boatload of intel i5/i7 computers running minerd.exe to connect to our pool please post below.  I'd prefer altcoins or a profit-switching pool, but essentially I'm looking for a pool where I can connect multiple computers using a wallet address as the username or a pool with a worker configuration system simple enough to easily connect this many computers.

EDIT: You'll make mad fee income from this project and it has the possibility for (legal) expansion in the future.  What can your pool do for my project  Wink

Well, it's just a p2pool, but if you wanted to give it a run I've got a quarkcoin pool set up at nogleg.com:8372.  Shouldn't be a problem unless it's over 300 or 400 connections (I've already had 400 on there at once).. the fee is 0%, though the last time I had the hundreds of connections, I raised it to 1%.   it uses a modified minerd with the algo=quark option (this - github.com/uncle-bob/quarkcoin-cpuminer)

i've also got a xeon 1240v3 in dallas and an e5-1650 in phoenix that could be set up for something possibly

(ed: oh, the log is also symlinked & viewable at nogleg.com/quark.log, cleaned fairly regularly... ed2: and i have quarkcoind configured to require a 0.0001 transaction fee, so it misses most of em, which are 0)

Dacentec, best deals for US dedicated servers. They regularly restock $20-$25 Opterons with 8-16GB RAM & 2x1-2TB HDD's (ofc, usually lots of other good stuff to choose from).  I did a Serverbear benchmark of one of my $20/mo Opteron (June last year), it's here.  Have had about a half dozen different servers with Dacentec, & none have failed to sustain at least 40MB/s (burst higher). My favorite is a 12-month rent-to-own ZT Systems 2XL5520 16GB 2x2TB SATA for $40/month (got lucky with the 'off-brand', haven't seen a RTO 2xL5520 for under $50/mo since -- at least for monthly contracts).  wholesaleinternet.com has some ancient 2-core intel CPUs @ $10/mo sometimes (I got an Intel Core 2 6300 @ 1.86GHz, with a 250GB HDD with 46000 hours on it, LOL. $20 @ Dacentec is much better, if you can grab one). joesdatacenter.com (same location as Wholesale Internet) also occasionally has specials (or if you don't want to wait, it has an AMD Opteron 170 @ $16/mo).
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