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January 21, 2014, 04:45:15 PM
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Thanks Blue

I probably shouldn't hijack this thread, so I'll be brief (I guess we should create a new thread to discuss ALT hashing algos). VHDL is my bugbear right now as I'm far more familiar with Verilog, but its what's publicly available (I was lucky with blake in that you found some verilog code for me to work off). I'm currently looking at http://www.iis.ee.ethz.ch/~sha3/ which has VHDL implementations of all the NIST SHA-3 candidates. I'd like to get keccak working first since this was the officially adopted SHA-3 algo, so its bound to come up in ALT coins sooner or later (already in copperlark, and there is the new eCoin, but no wallet code released yet). All just for fun of course Cool

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January 21, 2014, 04:52:37 PM
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Thanks Blue

I probably shouldn't hijack this thread, so I'll be brief (I guess we should create a new thread to discuss ALT hashing algos). VHDL is my bugbear right now as I'm far more familiar with Verilog, but its what's publicly available (I was lucky with blake in that you found some verilog code for me to work off). I'm currently looking at http://www.iis.ee.ethz.ch/~sha3/ which has VHDL implementations of all the NIST SHA-3 candidates. I'd like to get keccak working first since this was the officially adopted SHA-3 algo, so its bound to come up in ALT coins sooner or later (already in copperlark, and there is the new eCoin, but no wallet code released yet). All just for fun of course Cool

you do some amazing work kramble  Grin

if there is any way I can help with your other algo projects just let me know  Tongue

this is quite good for VHDL ref:
http://cryptography.gmu.edu/athena/index.php?id=source_codes

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January 21, 2014, 05:12:17 PM
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Thanks, that looks very useful! It'll probably keep me occupied for quite some time Grin

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January 21, 2014, 06:31:01 PM
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Thanks, that looks very useful! It'll probably keep me occupied for quite some time Grin

though you might find it useful have fun  Wink

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January 21, 2014, 08:48:30 PM
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I have access to investors and coming out with a working prototype should get us some funding to secure it and see it to production.
did you see what happened to OpenEx(open source exchange) hacked within 2 weeks wallets stolen and people lost money not good  Undecided

setting up an exchange is super high risk as it will get hacked at some point!
Those guys are extreme amateurs. Afaik they were using ssh server running on default port with plain text password authentication. All the wallets were on the same server as the exchange. They never heard about cold storage. No script to ban noisy people. The list probably goes on.
Im not saying im a pro, but even my local servers are more secure than that.
On the other hand an exchange can be quite a lucrative enterprise and since the market seems to need them they are poping up like crazy recently.

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January 21, 2014, 09:19:41 PM
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I have access to investors and coming out with a working prototype should get us some funding to secure it and see it to production.
did you see what happened to OpenEx(open source exchange) hacked within 2 weeks wallets stolen and people lost money not good  Undecided

setting up an exchange is super high risk as it will get hacked at some point!
Those guys are extreme amateurs. Afaik they were using ssh server running on default port with plain text password authentication. All the wallets were on the same server as the exchange. They never heard about cold storage. No script to ban noisy people. The list probably goes on.
Im not saying im a pro, but even my local servers are more secure than that.
On the other hand an exchange can be quite a lucrative enterprise and since the market seems to need them they are poping up like crazy recently.

every exchange has been hit at one point including MtGox, none of them are safe just some are better than others  Embarrassed

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January 21, 2014, 10:32:18 PM
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Those guys are extreme amateurs. Afaik they were using ssh server running on default port with plain text password authentication. All the wallets were on the same server as the exchange. They never heard about cold storage. No script to ban noisy people. The list probably goes on.
Im not saying im a pro, but even my local servers are more secure than that.
On the other hand an exchange can be quite a lucrative enterprise and since the market seems to need them they are poping up like crazy recently.

every exchange has been hit at one point including MtGox, none of them are safe just some are better than others  Embarrassed

Exactly. This is why you use a couple of different exchanges, and don't use any of them for long-term storage.

However, I'd rather not open yet another exchange account for BLC only. As others have pointed out, there needs to be something else for a new site to stand out, like a prudent selection of meaningful currencies. This will also help keep the interface clean; one of my favourites is BTC-e, whereas sites like Bter and Cryptsy are just messy.

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January 21, 2014, 11:28:51 PM
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I'ld love to help out with blakecoins some how, some where. Other than an exchange, what else is there? Mining pool? payment gateway? If someone can point me in the right direction, I should be able to gather the necessary resources. Anyone wants to chip in is very much welcome :-)

I've access to developers, dedicated servers, data centers, even willing to pay third party security auditors. The developers are primarily .Net though.
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January 21, 2014, 11:40:18 PM
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I'ld love to help out with blakecoins some how, some where. Other than an exchange, what else is there? Mining pool? payment gateway? If someone can point me in the right direction, I should be able to gather the necessary resources. Anyone wants to chip in is very much welcome :-)

Its great you want to help, thanks. I think what's most needed now is another pool or two, then maybe a site with charts/ statistics of network, or eventually a market place for blakecoin. Those are my suggestions anyways
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January 22, 2014, 12:01:50 AM
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I'ld love to help out with blakecoins some how, some where. Other than an exchange, what else is there? Mining pool? payment gateway? If someone can point me in the right direction, I should be able to gather the necessary resources. Anyone wants to chip in is very much welcome :-)

I've access to developers, dedicated servers, data centers, even willing to pay third party security auditors. The developers are primarily .Net though.

more servers would be useful, I can help with the setup if running ubuntu 12.04 x64

also a CUDA miner for Nvidia cards would be awesome  Grin

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January 22, 2014, 12:03:05 AM
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I'ld love to help out with blakecoins some how, some where. Other than an exchange, what else is there? Mining pool? payment gateway? If someone can point me in the right direction, I should be able to gather the necessary resources. Anyone wants to chip in is very much welcome :-)

Its great you want to help, thanks. I think what's most needed now is another pool or two, then maybe a site with charts/ statistics of network, or eventually a market place for blakecoin. Those are my suggestions anyways


How do I go about setting up a pool. Can anyone here point me in the right direction? A few questions:
- I can use MPOS for the front-end right?
- What backend can I use and if there is a Windows based backend?
- What are the pre-requisite for servers?

Other ways I think I can chip in:
- I can help in the marketing side like getting merchants to adopt blakecoin if there is a payment gateway available or if we can setup one.
- Provide an ecommerce shopping cart that takes blakecoin for people to sell their products? I've experience developing and running ecommerce sites

This may not appeal to some...but honestly, if there is money to be made, I can tap on my pool of private investors and VCs to chip in and make this big.

Many thanks in advance and let me know if you have ideas.
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January 22, 2014, 12:04:38 AM
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I am working on getting the pool software stable will release a setup/run scripts and mpos front end once I am finished

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https://github.com/BlueDragon747?tab=repositories

should all be in first post here

server are all linux best to use ubuntu 12.04 x64  Cool

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January 22, 2014, 12:10:52 AM
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I am working on getting the pool software stable will release a setup/run scripts and mpos front end once I am finished


Great!!!
Let me know the server hardware and bandwidth requirements.

I believe we also need a mobile wallet to support actual usage of the coin (other than payment gateway of course).
Anyway with iOS or Android development experience can help chip in here. If not, I can try to see if there are freelance I can tap on and pay them to do it.

Anyway to continue this conversation via whatsapp, email, hangouts, Google groups or something?
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January 22, 2014, 12:20:32 AM
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check your pm

Dual core, 1GB ram, SSD/raid this is about min spec
100Mbit internet (all my servers are on 1Gbit)
Bandwidth is not that high avg webserver load, database stress is quite high

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January 22, 2014, 12:37:58 AM
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check your pm

Dual core, 1GB ram, SSD/raid this is about min spec
100Mbit internet (all my servers are on 1Gbit)
Bandwidth is not that high avg webserver load, database stress is quite high


Yep, yes noticed your PM and replied. We continue from email until there are meaningful updates to post back here.
Anyone else interested to chip in, do PM me as well.

Many thanks.
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January 22, 2014, 02:35:10 PM
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I'ld love to help out with blakecoins some how, some where. Other than an exchange, what else is there? Mining pool? payment gateway? If someone can point me in the right direction, I should be able to gather the necessary resources. Anyone wants to chip in is very much welcome :-)

I've access to developers, dedicated servers, data centers, even willing to pay third party security auditors. The developers are primarily .Net though.
If you are willing to spend money on blakecoin why not make a 'donation' to cryptsy to get it listed there? I think it would be the cheapest and the most effective way of promoting the coin.

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I'ld love to help out with blakecoins some how, some where. Other than an exchange, what else is there? Mining pool? payment gateway? If someone can point me in the right direction, I should be able to gather the necessary resources. Anyone wants to chip in is very much welcome :-)

I've access to developers, dedicated servers, data centers, even willing to pay third party security auditors. The developers are primarily .Net though.
If you are willing to spend money on blakecoin why not make a 'donation' to cryptsy to get it listed there? I think it would be the cheapest and the most effective way of promoting the coin.


This may not appeal to some, but frankly, I'm in for the money.
I'm looking for something sustainable, looking to bring the coins to merchants as well as other nearby countries.
Currently, I've got access to a BITCOIN payment gateway system that already has merchants using it and I'm currently looking to add in LITECOIN as well as lately, there has been some interest in this part of the world.

Would love to also add BLAKECOIN however, we will need some form of exchange to allow merchants to convert to fiat.


For donations, maybe what we can do is to pull our resources together and have a bitcoin donation pool.
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In a test we got 2.762G on our 7970 cards. so a 5.5G with dual 7970s
Might see if we can get that higher.
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January 23, 2014, 08:01:14 AM
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This may not appeal to some, but frankly, I'm in for the money.
I'm looking for something sustainable, looking to bring the coins to merchants as well as other nearby countries.
Currently, I've got access to a BITCOIN payment gateway system that already has merchants using it and I'm currently looking to add in LITECOIN as well as lately, there has been some interest in this part of the world.

Would love to also add BLAKECOIN however, we will need some form of exchange to allow merchants to convert to fiat.

For donations, maybe what we can do is to pull our resources together and have a bitcoin donation pool.

I don't see why you need a Bitcoin donation pool?

thought you had access to "I can tap on my pool of private investors and VCs to chip in and make this big" yet you ask the miners here first?   

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January 23, 2014, 08:02:06 AM
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In a test we got 2.702G on our 7970 cards.
Might see if we can get that higher.

good speed higher than others results is it overclocked?

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