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Author Topic: [ANN][BLC] Blakecoin Blake-256 for GPU/FPGA With Merged Mined Pools Stable Net  (Read 400363 times)
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May 03, 2014, 07:20:15 PM
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Now I tested it again and guns from bots worked fine  Smiley
I experienced a few lags as well, I think the ping was higher but nothing serious, really.
I withdrew 4 BLC and they just arrived Smiley
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May 03, 2014, 08:27:59 PM
Last edit: May 03, 2014, 09:03:17 PM by Ignatius
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I do not want to hijack BD's thread so please direct game support related stuff to the thread I have made for this game: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=594741.0

The command to bind keys is:
bind "key" "action"

So:
bind "b" "say_team /guns"
And/Or:
bind "F10" "say /bounty"

The server does lag for a second, but it is very rare. I have looked into it and it seems to be network related and out of my control. The bigger problem I have is with my internet connection. While playing I leave a window open and pinging google.com. I notice that when I lag in game, my latency to google also shoots up. This means it is my internet connection, not the game server.

Mek I noticed your latency was around 160. This is very high and would make playing difficult. If there is enough demand I will launch more servers in other locations, one of which would be better suited to your geographical location.

It is possible to vastly improve performance via various client side settings. Inside my steamapps/common/half-life/cstrike directory I have created a file named userconfig.cfg. That file is automatically executed when the game client is run.
Code:
gl_vsync "0"               //allows for higher then the default fps
fps_max "98.5"           //sets your fps in game
cl_updaterate "100"   //sets the command rate in game

//BEGIN CODE
echo "rate settings on F8 and keywords: dslow,vslow,slow,norm,norm2;fast,vfast,lfast,and rates"
unbind "F8"

alias "dslow" "rate 15000;cl_updaterate 15;cl_cmdrate 15; bind F8 vslow;echo 15000-15-15-256K Symmetrical"
alias "vslow" "rate 20000;cl_updaterate 20;cl_cmdrate 20; bind F8 slow;echo 20000-20-20-512K Symmetrical"
alias "slow" "rate 30000;cl_updaterate 30;cl_cmdrate 30; bind F8 norm;echo 30000-30-30-1MB Symmetrical"
alias "norm" "rate 40000;cl_updaterate 40;cl_cmdrate 40; bind F8 norm2;echo 40000-40-40-2MB Symmetrical"
alias "norm2" "rate 50000;cl_updaterate 50;cl_cmdrate 50; bind F8 fast;echo 50000-50-50-5MB Symmetrical"
alias "fast" "rate 60000;cl_updaterate 60;cl_cmdrate 60; bind F8 vfast;echo 60000-60-60-5+MB Symmetrical"
alias "vfast" "rate 98000;cl_updaterate 98;cl_cmdrate 98; bind F8 lfast;echo  98000-98-98-10MB down 5MBup or better"
alias "lfast" "rate 100000;cl_updaterate 101;cl_cmdrate 101; bind F8 dslow;echo 100000-100-100-Best with no packet loss"

bind "F8" "dslow"
rate 20000
cl_updaterate 20
cl_cmdrate 20
echo Rates set to 20000-20-20-512K Symmetrical

This sets my rates to 20000-20-20-512K Symmetrical, and also binds the F8 key. Everytime I press F8 a new set of rates are applied, allowing me to test the different values and see which results in the best performance.

New thread for this game: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=594741.0
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May 03, 2014, 11:23:46 PM
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What a great idea , I have not played video games other than angry birds and old school emulators of classic stuff in a while

If I ever get time I may need to try this out,  is it an online game or one you buy,

Keep in mind I may know about coins but i know almost nothing about modern video games .....
it's not a very modern game as i know it's so so older than angry birds and of course it's so fun
im absolutely going to try it tomorrow
time to have fun and earn coin  Grin
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May 03, 2014, 11:50:42 PM
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Second Merge Mine BLC+PHO Pool Now Open http://ny2.blakecoin.com   Cool

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May 04, 2014, 12:57:42 AM
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Nice job Blue !!
Second Merge Mine BLC+PHO Pool Now Open http://ny2.blakecoin.com   Cool

Check out my coin Photon
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May 04, 2014, 04:36:16 AM
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A new patch has been applied to all CCE3 explorers to add a new API function to CCE: Blakecoin explorer

Send Raw TX:

/api/rawtx/<raw tx hex>

This api command will return one of two responses:

If the transaction was accepted by the coin daemon:

"txid":"<txid generated by the daemon>"

If the transaction was rejected by the coin daemon:

"error":"<The hex string provided to the api>"
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First Merge mine BLC+PHO pool is open http://eu3.blakecoin.com   Cool

please report any bugs asap I tried to test it all but you know how things go Wink

So we just point the miner there and it should magically work?

What is the difference with photon?

I don't really want another wallet client on my computer, do we still need to withdraw at 250?

Is there a stable exchange for PHO?

Sorry that I'm so lazy... Tongue

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May 04, 2014, 05:36:22 PM
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First Merge mine BLC+PHO pool is open http://eu3.blakecoin.com   Cool

please report any bugs asap I tried to test it all but you know how things go Wink

So we just point the miner there and it should magically work?

What is the difference with photon?

I don't really want another wallet client on my computer, do we still need to withdraw at 250?

Is there a stable exchange for PHO?

Sorry that I'm so lazy... Tongue

yep the magic has been pre installed to the servers   Grin

Photon is the first but will be adding 2 more coins for next weekend  Cool

PHO is exchangeable at Atomic-Trade and Allcrypt

Info: GithubBlakecoin.org - BCT Blakecoin thread - Twitter - BCS - BlakeZone  Trade Blakecoin: Cryptopia - C-patex Merged Mining Pools: EU3 - NY2/AT1 - LA1
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May 04, 2014, 09:17:34 PM
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If so, we need to look at storage, nobody is going to want to manage four+ wallets... we need an exchange or storage with "static" addresses!

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May 04, 2014, 09:42:31 PM
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If so, we need to look at storage, nobody is going to want to manage four+ wallets... we need an exchange or storage with "static" addresses!

Having pool payout to a exchange directly can be a problem. Pool uses same 'from' address for multiple users. So you should not just have autopayout go to exchange.  Atomic trade has both BLC and PHO and Blue is working with AT owner on new coins for merged mining.

There is at least one pool that is using cryptsy API for payout.  Atomic is working on API and that might be solution.

Merge mine BLC+PHO+ELT+XDQ+BBTC+UMO+LIT pool is open http://la1.blakecoin.com tips: 1MogRiTHpQZ7bkpq49cSVWADrTt7Jrghp
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May 04, 2014, 09:44:53 PM
Last edit: May 04, 2014, 10:05:27 PM by BlueDragon747
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If so, we need to look at storage, nobody is going to want to manage four+ wallets... we need an exchange or storage with "static" addresses!

I currently run more than four wallets on my machine I dont see the issue  Huh

you dont even need to have them running live as once you have an address and the private key for it all the data e.g your coins are stored in the blockchain!

Also note resource usage is not the same

Bitcoin-qt uses almost 500MB of ram yet Blakecoin-qt is using 93MB and Photon-qt 64MB so it is still very lightweight compared to other wallets  Wink


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May 04, 2014, 09:52:14 PM
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If so, we need to look at storage, nobody is going to want to manage four+ wallets... we need an exchange or storage with "static" addresses!

Having pool payout to a exchange directly can be a problem. Pool uses same 'from' address for multiple users. So you should not just have autopayout go to exchange.  Atomic trade has both BLC and PHO and Blue is working with AT owner on new coins for merged mining.

There is at least one pool that is using cryptsy API for payout.  Atomic is working on API and that might be solution.

The only issue with direct to exchange is many small transactions put extra unneeded load on the coin server of the exchange (mainly due to user setting low payout amount from pool)

The problem with website wallets and having your coins hosted etc is the security risk e.g Mt Gox, Inputs.io etc..

Byron runs a secure service with his exchange but it would still centralize the risk  Undecided

The safest way to store any coin is to have control yourself and Private keys should be kept Private  Cheesy

Info: GithubBlakecoin.org - BCT Blakecoin thread - Twitter - BCS - BlakeZone  Trade Blakecoin: Cryptopia - C-patex Merged Mining Pools: EU3 - NY2/AT1 - LA1
Donation Addresses: BLC: Bd3jJftFbwxWSKNSNz35vkDd57kG6jHAjt PHO: BZXPMc8eF9YZcJStskkP2bVia38fv9VmuT BBTC: 2h8c4NbzXJXk6QQ89r7YYMGhe13gQUC2ajD ELT: e7cm6cAgpfhvk3Myh2Jkmi1nqaHtDHnxXb 
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May 05, 2014, 02:57:18 AM
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I have 16 wallets open on my desktop ATM, So I don't have a prob with it.  I consider coins in exchange or pool at higher risk. Have adjusted PHO payout higher to reduce load on pool

If so, we need to look at storage, nobody is going to want to manage four+ wallets... we need an exchange or storage with "static" addresses!

Having pool payout to a exchange directly can be a problem. Pool uses same 'from' address for multiple users. So you should not just have autopayout go to exchange.  Atomic trade has both BLC and PHO and Blue is working with AT owner on new coins for merged mining.

There is at least one pool that is using cryptsy API for payout.  Atomic is working on API and that might be solution.

The only issue with direct to exchange is many small transactions put extra unneeded load on the coin server of the exchange (mainly due to user setting low payout amount from pool)

The problem with website wallets and having your coins hosted etc is the security risk e.g Mt Gox, Inputs.io etc..

Byron runs a secure service with his exchange but it would still centralize the risk  Undecided

The safest way to store any coin is to have control yourself and Private keys should be kept Private  Cheesy

Merge mine BLC+PHO+ELT+XDQ+BBTC+UMO+LIT pool is open http://la1.blakecoin.com tips: 1MogRiTHpQZ7bkpq49cSVWADrTt7Jrghp
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May 05, 2014, 07:24:01 AM
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Ok, should the merged mining generate 100% BLC AND 100% PHO or is it 50%/50%?

I definetly get less BLC on eu3, I agree with Gavin, alt currencies are just inflation, merged mining would be really inflationary (and counter productive really) if it was 100% extra for each merged coin.

I just mine BLC as hedge for SHA-256 because it can use the FPGA's, I don't really care which Blake-coin I mine.

Back to eu1!

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May 05, 2014, 07:52:56 AM
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Ok, should the merged mining generate 100% BLC AND 100% PHO or is it 50%/50%?

I definetly get less BLC on eu3, I agree with Gavin, alt currencies are just inflation, merged mining would be really inflationary (and counter productive really) if it was 100% extra for each merged coin.

I just mine BLC as hedge for SHA-256 because it can use the FPGA's, I don't really care which Blake-coin I mine.

Back to eu1!

the diff is lower on PHO atm so its more like 100% + 300% e.g 1 BLC and 3 PHO blocks with same hashing power  Grin  (solves could be for all chains in merge or just 1 it depends on the chains difficulty and the share difficulty)

the pools are a true merge if someone on the pool submits a share that solves a block on any of the chains the reward is shared in PPLNS -fees

PPLNS is less per round if you just joined but best for long term miner on the pool also atm the merge pools have more hashing so the rewards is reflected but the speed of round should be shorter!

I think also you miss the point with Blakecoin its got built in inflation for difficulty and block height e.g the reward gets more per block over time and with increasing difficulty  

I will be phasing out the following pools eu1, eu2, ny1, photon1

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50%/50% this would be a multipool that switches the main chain 50% of the time and not a true merge!

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May 05, 2014, 08:03:38 AM
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But then something is wrong, the payout on eu1 was ~20 BLC for like a couple of hours and on eu3 I got ~10 BLC after the whole night.

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May 05, 2014, 08:11:30 AM
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But then something is wrong, the payout on eu1 was ~20 BLC for like a couple of hours and on eu3 I got ~10 BLC after the whole night.

nope you are paid per share on eu1 and paid per last n share on eu3 you will see the PPLNS target for your account for each round on each chain will be a large number if you just joined (in days/shares/rounds)

Info on PPLNS:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39832

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e.g with eu1 if a larger miner joins the round they will get the biggest share with PPS and this may push up the difficulty then leave with other miners having to solve long rounds but with PPLNS they would need to build their loyalty up before they get a fair share of the total reward so a long term (possibly smaller hashing) miner would get more and not miss out, this reduces incentive to large p&d/farm/pool hoping miners and rewards the miner who mines long term (days/weeks/months)

Info: GithubBlakecoin.org - BCT Blakecoin thread - Twitter - BCS - BlakeZone  Trade Blakecoin: Cryptopia - C-patex Merged Mining Pools: EU3 - NY2/AT1 - LA1
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Aha, ok thanks for the info. So eu1 is going to be PPLNS too soon?

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Aha, ok thanks for the info. So eu1 is going to be PPLNS too soon?

no sorry eu1 will be closed its buggy and creates lots of maintenance for me backend here  Cry

on eu2 some people get issues with email so that will be closed, same for photon1

ny1 works well I dont get any issues with it so this might be open longer, ocminer also runs a pool you could try that

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Upgrading the server is a total PITA and I made quite a few changes to db plus some of the dependencies have been changed to more stable(older) versions  

Info: GithubBlakecoin.org - BCT Blakecoin thread - Twitter - BCS - BlakeZone  Trade Blakecoin: Cryptopia - C-patex Merged Mining Pools: EU3 - NY2/AT1 - LA1
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May 05, 2014, 05:54:15 PM
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Since NY2 and EU3 are merged already we won't have to change pools again when you add more coins? (will Dirac burn a hole in my wallet?  Tongue)

Merge mine BLC+PHO+ELT+XDQ+BBTC+UMO+LIT pool is open http://la1.blakecoin.com tips: 1MogRiTHpQZ7bkpq49cSVWADrTt7Jrghp
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