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Author Topic: HoboNickels - HBN - High Fast Stake - Version 2.0! More Secure, Less Intensive  (Read 400467 times)
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April 20, 2014, 06:29:25 PM
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The blocks mature at 10 days. After maturity they become eligible for stake, but they are competing with all other eligible blocks on the network.  The more stake weight the more likely it will be that the block will stake.  Currently my blocks of 500 are taking 10-15 days.  Random chance is involved.

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April 20, 2014, 07:18:30 PM
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This seems like a scam coin....

Huh 

I know this is old but it deserves a reply

I have been looking at POS coins as of late and I have found no such developer being as active as Tranz - I am buying and putting all my hashing into HBN right now because of that very fact.

If you have been following the thread, you will see that Tranz has been more than active (he even paid out of his own pockets for coins loss)

What more are you looking for  Huh

 

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April 20, 2014, 07:34:39 PM
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Tranz,

Any thought on changing the algo to a more energy efficient one as well as ASIC resistant?  With the first ASICs shipping around the end of May, this might be worth considering for the early adopters as well as new small miners who don't have money to burn like the whales...

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April 20, 2014, 07:38:58 PM
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The blocks mature at 10 days. After maturity they become eligible for stake, but they are competing with all other eligible blocks on the network.  The more stake weight the more likely it will be that the block will stake.  Currently my blocks of 500 are taking 10-15 days.  Random chance is involved.

Thank you!

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April 21, 2014, 03:47:25 PM
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Tranz,

Any thought on changing the algo to a more energy efficient one as well as ASIC resistant?  With the first ASICs shipping around the end of May, this might be worth considering for the early adopters as well as new small miners who don't have money to burn like the whales...

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asic is nice for this coin, dont fork!!!
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April 21, 2014, 03:52:49 PM
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Tranz,

Any thought on changing the algo to a more energy efficient one as well as ASIC resistant?  With the first ASICs shipping around the end of May, this might be worth considering for the early adopters as well as new small miners who don't have money to burn like the whales...

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asic is nice for this coin, dont fork!!!

ASICS will only increase the value. Hold, don't fork.
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April 21, 2014, 03:56:13 PM
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This seems like a scam coin....

Huh 

I know this is old but it deserves a reply

I have been looking at POS coins as of late and I have found no such developer being as active as Tranz - I am buying and putting all my hashing into HBN right now because of that very fact.

If you have been following the thread, you will see that Tranz has been more than active (he even paid out of his own pockets for coins loss)

What more are you looking for  Huh

Must be either blatant trolling or simple uninformed posting. HBN has been around quite a while now (isn't it coming up on a year?) and Tranz has been a fantastic dev.
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April 21, 2014, 04:53:19 PM
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HBN has been around quite a while now (isn't it coming up on a year?)

1st block July 24th 2013 - http://hbn.blockx.info/get/block/000009ea5ef5019446b315e7e581fc2ea184315ed46c9ddeadc8aa9442deedc9

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April 21, 2014, 05:42:14 PM
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Alright fellow HoboNickelers the time has come to start a fun contest/drawing.  I have a used XFX 7950 that is in good hashing condition that I am donating to this drawing. The winner will be shipped the card.  I will throw up some pictures of the card soon.

See full thread here - https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/10249-hobonickels-gpu-contest-%E2%80%93-win-a-free-xfx-7950/

ANNOUNCING HOBONICKELS GPU CONTEST – WIN A FREE XFX 7950

Here is how the contest will work:

- On Sunday, April 27th the first Proof of Stake block accepted by the network will be used as the official drawing.  How it will work is that the hash of the block will be taken and the first 7 numbers that appear in the hash will be the official drawn number.  So for example if a block has the hash 240f3bf3bbf0be2fff428e3a20e4855ef83006ebb216baac90372977d878826d the official drawn number will be 2,403,302.  Whoever has the closest number will take the prize. The guess can be above or below and still win (not price is right rules).

- Each user will be given one free guess.  Each user will need to have an account on Cryptocointalk or Bitcointalk that was created before the date of this post.

-Each guess should be a 7 digit number.

-Guesses will need to be sent via private message to Presstab on cryptocointalk

- Additional guesses can be purchased for 30 HBN

-As this card is my own, I have the right to change the rules at any time. I am fair and will only change rules if there is an unfair exploit.

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April 21, 2014, 06:29:00 PM
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This seems like a scam coin....

Huh 

I know this is old but it deserves a reply

I have been looking at POS coins as of late and I have found no such developer being as active as Tranz - I am buying and putting all my hashing into HBN right now because of that very fact.

If you have been following the thread, you will see that Tranz has been more than active (he even paid out of his own pockets for coins loss)

What more are you looking for  Huh

Must be either blatant trolling or simple uninformed posting. HBN has been around quite a while now (isn't it coming up on a year?) and Tranz has been a fantastic dev.

Probably got into the wrong thread, it is so inappropriate !  I don't post much here, because HBN is one of the few coins, of the 50 or so I hold, that doesn't need changing.

Now the wallet is faster, everything is set nicely for a steady growth. New converts will come to HBN as they discover it, and that is the right way to go. Tranz concentrates on the important issues, not flag-waving. Big promotions are usually counter productive.
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April 21, 2014, 10:22:15 PM
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Blundertoe!!!

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April 22, 2014, 12:39:35 AM
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Tranz,

Any thought on changing the algo to a more energy efficient one as well as ASIC resistant?  With the first ASICs shipping around the end of May, this might be worth considering for the early adopters as well as new small miners who don't have money to burn like the whales...

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asic is nice for this coin, dont fork!!!

ASICS will only increase the value. Hold, don't fork.

Correct I am not looking to fork for mining change. Remember as time goes, the scrypt part of this coin will mean less and less. PoS will continue to gain more and more of the mining share.  Switching to a new PoW would be counterproductive at best and could cause huge problems.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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April 22, 2014, 02:26:27 AM
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i dont understand the coin control, but i stake alot:



How much do you have to be able to stake like that?

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April 22, 2014, 05:23:38 AM
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Is there any exchanges for this coin?

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April 22, 2014, 08:27:03 AM
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Is there any exchanges for this coin?

Cryptsy.com ;P https://www.cryptsy.com/users/register?refid=16142

BTC: 13Yg1PwgBFTxyKpGY3393jDJeqNTFNijjH | HOBO: hXzbM3jzvYxrFts7y9zTwmLUJLyw2RYQM | WARNING: Pre-mine or IPO without escrow = SCAM
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April 22, 2014, 11:08:29 PM
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Is there any exchanges for this coin?
https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/80
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April 23, 2014, 09:49:46 PM
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New Pool.    No fees of any kind!    Mining fee: 0%;  Automatic Payout Fee: 0;   Manual Payout Fee: 0.    Happy Mining!


http://hbn.cryptotroll.com





 Hobonickels Rewards!
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We have implemented a unique (as far as we know) program to reward the miners that help our pools become successful.   We first made it available to our WorldCoin and Dogecoin Pools and now we are bringing it to our Hobonickels pool (http://hbn.cryptotroll.com)!

We would like to reward you for both participation and results, therefore you will be rewarded in two ways:




 1.  Early bird reward:  First 50 subscribed users will be flagged for No Fees for Life reward.   Regardless of our future fee structure, you will never have to pay fees1.    To make sure that this reward goes to mostly unique users, only accounts that have done some mining (you must make at least one coin) with us will be recognized.




2.  Founders reward:  Once our site hits 100 simultaneous users and have at least 200 MH/s hash rate, top 5 contributors up to that point will be GREATLY rewarded forever.  Each of those users will ALWAYS get paid a portion of each found block by our Hobonickels pool, even if they have not participated in mining that block.  If they have participated, it would just be additional payment to their share for that block.  All the bonuses will be paid from fees we receive.   This will not reduce the payouts to all other miners.




We will be looking at two categories when selecting top 5 users, found blocks and overall hash rate.




·         Top 4 users that found the most blocks will get their reward.  

·         The last spot will be given to the user with the highest hash rates that was not lucky enough to get on the top 4 list.    Users that already made it to top 4 will not be considered for these last spot.  




Now to the actual reward details!   Large part of all the fees we collect will be paid to our winners forever!  




·         30% of all fees collected will be distributed as part of Founders reward.

·         Each of the rewarded accounts will receive 5% of fees collected permanently.

·         In addition! The account that found the most blocks by the time we reach 100 simultaneous users will get paid additional 5%, totaling 10% of all pools income for life!




Other small tokens:




·         Each user with a Founder reward will have an icon next to their name on all visible lists of the site.    This will be (yet to be created) an image of the reward and coin type with your reward number (1 of 5)

·         We will also link this account to all accounts you have with our other pools (per your approval), where this icon will be displayed next to your name as well.

·         It would be possible to have multiple icons next to your name, once we launch this program to our other pools.   Many new pools are coming!







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1  This only applies to fees paid to Cryptotroll.com.  Transaction fees paid to network during withdrawals would still apply.




Some additional rules to prevent cheating:

1.  Miners mining under 100 Kh/s on average will not count toward total of 100 simultaneous miners.  (these miners will still have full right at the reward and all other perks).  For example if we have have 102 simultaneous miners mining at the same time, but 3 of them are mining below 100 Kh/s rate, we would need one more miner to join in to reach 100 and end the competition.   Each of those 3 miners can still win the reward, if they found sufficient amount of blocks to reach top 5.

2.  Only one account per IP will count towards 100 simultaneous users.  Note, you can have as many workers as you like, they will all count towards your account.   All accounts on the same IP will be eligible for Founders reward, there is no limitation other than general calculation of 100 simultaneous miners.    The chances of winning for each account will be identical if they run from the same IP versus different IPs.


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April 23, 2014, 11:24:43 PM
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I have 1.2 + 0.75 HBN PoS mined, but not confirmed since last week. Are these coins gone? Other mined coins were confirmed properly.
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April 23, 2014, 11:28:11 PM
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they are stronger then ever! what version of the wallet and some specifices and maybe we could help you out?


want a great place to mine ?
completely free? not even the transaction fee for transferring out!


http://hbn.cryptotroll.com

completely FREE mining!!!!!!!!!!
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April 24, 2014, 01:18:08 AM
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I have 1.2 + 0.75 HBN PoS mined, but not confirmed since last week. Are these coins gone? Other mined coins were confirmed properly.

Those are orphans. Please see this to understand.
http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Orphan

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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