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Author Topic: [ANN][BLC] Blakecoin Blake-256 for GPU/FPGA With Merged Mined Pools Stable Net  (Read 408234 times)
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January 28, 2018, 06:44:00 AM
Last edit: January 29, 2018, 12:22:49 AM by BlueDragon747
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going to restore to a stable point for at1/ny2 as its not working right I expect this to be about 8 hrs or more downtime  Cry

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at1 back online SSL/emails are off

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fixed a few bugs in auto admin that kept resetting pool it should be more stable now

also dropped the diff back to 32 as few are mining on at1 atm but if it starts doing multiple TH/s will go back up to 256 diff

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January 31, 2018, 07:10:26 PM
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Hello,

Just for my information, how it could be, that the net hashrate increased so much without so many difference on workers amount?
We are talking here about like maybe few new workers with some TH/s each, where even the upcoming asic Baikal Giant B promises something like 0.16TH/s on this algo.
I don't know that much how it's working, but just for science, i'm interested about some obvious reasons x)
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January 31, 2018, 07:40:33 PM
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Hello,

Just for my information, how it could be, that the net hashrate increased so much without so many difference on workers amount?
We are talking here about like maybe few new workers with some TH/s each, where even the upcoming asic Baikal Giant B promises something like 0.16TH/s on this algo.
I don't know that much how it's working, but just for science, i'm interested about some obvious reasons x)
Thanks,


Min order on the Baikal Giant B is 6 units and they dont work out of the box so more than likely the people who have them working are larger miners like this guy https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/68169

you have missed the 100GH/s network days they are now over  Shocked

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January 31, 2018, 07:45:33 PM
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This may still be the beginning of difficulty increase. If blakecoin continues to gain attention, and the Baikal asics are made to work correctly, the difficulty could be 100x by end of year. Keep mining and hold, even if it seems not worth it now it will be later.

If the difficulty reaches 100x it becomes terrible and everything should endure to close the line, hopefully it will be fine later and nothing bad happens.

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February 01, 2018, 09:13:50 AM
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Hello,

Just for my information, how it could be, that the net hashrate increased so much without so many difference on workers amount?
We are talking here about like maybe few new workers with some TH/s each, where even the upcoming asic Baikal Giant B promises something like 0.16TH/s on this algo.
I don't know that much how it's working, but just for science, i'm interested about some obvious reasons x)
Thanks,


Min order on the Baikal Giant B is 6 units and they dont work out of the box so more than likely the people who have them working are larger miners like this guy https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/68169

you have missed the 100GH/s network days they are now over  Shocked

I asked them too, 6 units min order @ $7k each unit. Lets see where it goes in the future. My intension is to keep part of the Blakecoin-universe, but as it is more a hobby to me, this is just unaffordable.

What i am asking myself - the hashrate is high at the moment and maybe will raise further, if other guys get the Giant B working for Blakecoin & the others. As many of the big guys are switching per profitability, wouldnt that impact the network stability? So short times with very fast blocks, when profitability is good for them and they switched to BLC and long times with very slow blocks when they turned to another algo and diff has to lower again until it will be profitable to them to mine BLC. How much would that impact the usability? Does it really secure the chain, if a few huge (in relation to the FPGA times) guys are digging it? I thought its not only hashpower that secures the chain, but more the distribution/spread of the hashpower.

The other thingy... what to do with the poor poor FPGAs Cheesy atm i have no idea - as long as they run with a slight negative outcome its ok for me to leave them running on BLC - but later... phew
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February 01, 2018, 11:33:31 AM
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The other thingy... what to do with the poor poor FPGAs Cheesy atm i have no idea - as long as they run with a slight negative outcome its ok for me to leave them running on BLC - but later... phew

I was also worried about FPGA profitability, and for BLC only it doesn't look good. However, other coins on the merge pools such as PHO remain quite profitable, so in total this is still worth it.

I've done some FPGA development in the past and I believe I could find other uses for them besides mining. But last time I checked, the Spartan 6s in the Ztex boards cannot be programmed with free tools, you need to buy a license.

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February 01, 2018, 04:03:27 PM
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As a long time fan & miner of the blake256 eco system I never let cost negate my decision when supporting this network. I have been and still currently mining with over 50 fpga's load balanced across all three pools Grin

The Blake256 algo was designed to be very asic friendly, this is just the beginning of something very cool.  There will be the growing pains that come with solid projects, but I see the hype/price & hash rates dying down since most people are impatient.

I am quite happy that there is an asics/fpga available for the blake256 8 round algo once you modify the sgminer for it to work. I did buy 3 Giant B miners from their first batch with a group buy, I have yet to modify the sgminer stuff as I kinda forgot how to do it.  Tongue

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February 02, 2018, 05:01:02 AM
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Hi, guys. Looking for a bit of help here with my low hashrate. I'm just trying to mine on a PC at the moment with a AMD Radeon R9 360, but I'm only getting a hashrate of between 750-800 Mh/s. If anyone has any ideas to help that, I would appreciate it.
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February 02, 2018, 11:44:09 AM
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Hi, guys. Looking for a bit of help here with my low hashrate. I'm just trying to mine on a PC at the moment with a AMD Radeon R9 360, but I'm only getting a hashrate of between 750-800 Mh/s. If anyone has any ideas to help that, I would appreciate it.

I think for that card the hashrate might be right

Tip: Blake256 does not use much memory lower the ram mhz and raise gpu core mhz

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February 02, 2018, 01:25:53 PM
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Hi, guys. Looking for a bit of help here with my low hashrate. I'm just trying to mine on a PC at the moment with a AMD Radeon R9 360, but I'm only getting a hashrate of between 750-800 Mh/s. If anyone has any ideas to help that, I would appreciate it.

I think for that card the hashrate might be right

Tip: Blake256 does not use much memory lower the ram mhz and raise gpu core mhz


I'll try that suggestion, but it does seem I'll just have trouble on this desktop with the mining. If I can't keep an active worker at 800mh/s, how high does it need to be to have a consistent active worker?

Thanks for your help!
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February 02, 2018, 01:36:37 PM
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Dev, I just wanted to ask, I think a big project like BlakeCoin is very good, but why do not you make an interesting appearance? Let me make people without a doubt follow your project. At least people are interested in the first sight. Sorry, that's just a suggestion.

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February 02, 2018, 01:41:03 PM
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Dev, I just wanted to ask, I think a big project like BlakeCoin is very good, but why do not you make an interesting appearance? Let me make people without a doubt follow your project. At least people are interested in the first sight. Sorry, that's just a suggestion.

no I went to first satoshi square london it was a total waste of my time  Undecided

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Dear Blake community members,

My old bitcointalk account electron-coin is locked, and I have not been able to get it reset.  Apparently I never posted a BTC address to be able to sign a message for the unlock.  So from now on I will be posting with this new account. I will move the Electron ELT announcement page to a new thread at some point, but this is really the main thread for the blake merged coins anyway.

I have seen some very nice comments re BlakeTrader. I appreciate that. I don't anticipate I will bring it back though. I think it is important to support the exchanges. In that regard, I want to thank C-PATEX for adding Electron and all the Blake merged coins. https://c-patex.com/

As to the tip bot, it was fun to interact with the core community members, but I am not sure if Twitter is the ideal platform for tipping. If there is enough community interest, I may bring back another tipping bot at some point.

For now, I will be working on mostly back end stuff to strength the network.  I think we have a really nice model moving forward with the merge. Some coins will stop inflating soon, but can keep difficulty up and transaction costs down with the merge. Some coins in the family will keep producing rewards to keep the miners happy and the network healthy.  

Finally, I want to thank Blue, CC, and John for keeping the pool, network, and development moving forward. You have my full support.

We have a great community and thank you to all the community members!  

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Dear Blake community members,

My old bitcointalk account electron-coin is locked, and I have not been able to get it reset.  Apparently I never posted a BTC address to be able to sign a message for the unlock.  So from now on I will be posting with this new account. I will move the Electron ELT announcement page to a new thread at some point, but this is really the main thread for the blake merged coins anyway.

I have seen some very nice comments re BlakeTrader. I appreciate that. I don't anticipate I will bring it back though. I think it is important to support the exchanges. In that regard, I want to thank C-PATEX for adding Electron and all the Blake merged coins. https://c-patex.com/

As to the tip bot, it was fun to interact with the core community members, but I am not sure if Twitter is the ideal platform for tipping. If there is enough community interest, I may bring back another tipping bot at some point.

For now, I will be working on mostly back end stuff to strength the network.  I think we have a really nice model moving forward with the merge. Some coins will stop inflating soon, but can keep difficulty up and transaction costs down with the merge. Some coins in the family will keep producing rewards to keep the miners happy and the network healthy.  

Finally, I want to thank Blue, CC, and John for keeping the pool, network, and development moving forward. You have my full support.

We have a great community and thank you to all the community members!  

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I can confirm this is Electron/ELT Dev

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February 06, 2018, 02:10:00 PM
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Dear Blake community members,

My old bitcointalk account electron-coin is locked, and I have not been able to get it reset.  Apparently I never posted a BTC address to be able to sign a message for the unlock.  So from now on I will be posting with this new account. I will move the Electron ELT announcement page to a new thread at some point, but this is really the main thread for the blake merged coins anyway.

I have seen some very nice comments re BlakeTrader. I appreciate that. I don't anticipate I will bring it back though. I think it is important to support the exchanges. In that regard, I want to thank C-PATEX for adding Electron and all the Blake merged coins. https://c-patex.com/

As to the tip bot, it was fun to interact with the core community members, but I am not sure if Twitter is the ideal platform for tipping. If there is enough community interest, I may bring back another tipping bot at some point.

For now, I will be working on mostly back end stuff to strength the network.  I think we have a really nice model moving forward with the merge. Some coins will stop inflating soon, but can keep difficulty up and transaction costs down with the merge. Some coins in the family will keep producing rewards to keep the miners happy and the network healthy.  

Finally, I want to thank Blue, CC, and John for keeping the pool, network, and development moving forward. You have my full support.

We have a great community and thank you to all the community members!  

Signed:

Artie
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Thanks! It's good to be back!
I have been working on a big coding project irl that I think will spin off into 3 good projects for Blake merged coins. But these are long term projects so can't provide deets yet. But there is a few things to clean up first, like a new ann page, new site, coin clients, etc...
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# begin signed message

I am encouraged by recent efforts of the blakecoin family developers to get rid of scammers, and take control of messaging around the blakecoin project. One of the most important things for any community is to decide who is a part of it, and who is to be excluded. Clearly it is better to be part of a community that values honesty and integrity over a quick profit.

At the same time, it is important for digital assets to find a healthy market -- price is definitely an issue, as much as we may pretend it is not. Many of the early participants are very patient and willing to wait indefinitely for this to develop. But develop it must, and we should all do our part -- provided we can do so without violating fundamental community and general moral principles.

Therefore, to foster price certainty, I commit not to sell my blakecoins at a price in any currency less than 1 USD equivalent; and not to sell more than 100k blakecoins per day. This commitment is good until July 1, 2019 (unless extended). No extension is valid unless signed with this wallet key. This commitment locks up approximately 2.3mm blakecoins. If any of the other large wallet holders want to make similar commitments, you are welcome to do so. Please make sure you are prepared to honor your commitments -- don't promise anything you will not be able to stand behind when tempted with immediate liquidity.

My hope is that this, and other, commitments will help foster a stable market for blakecoin and its merge-mined clones, and that this stable market will foster the ongoing efforts of open source developers as well as other community members.

Thank you

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Hi Blakewhale,
Thanks for you pledge. Unfortunately, I couldn't get the client to verify your message. Probably best to put the message into code tags.
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-----END SIGNED MESSAGE-----

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Sure, re-pasted message below. I did not re-sign, as I had no issues verifying in my qt client after pasting the text from this forum. Maybe there's an extra character somewhere in your copy? If further issues I will rely on some other good Samaritan to test this out.

Hi Blakewhale,
Thanks for you pledge. Unfortunately, I couldn't get the client to verify your message. Probably best to put the message into code tags.
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I am encouraged by recent efforts of the blakecoin family developers to get rid of scammers, and take control of messaging around the blakecoin project. One of the most important things for any community is to decide who is a part of it, and who is to be excluded. Clearly it is better to be part of a community that values honesty and integrity over a quick profit.

At the same time, it is important for digital assets to find a healthy market -- price is definitely an issue, as much as we may pretend it is not. Many of the early participants are very patient and willing to wait indefinitely for this to develop. But develop it must, and we should all do our part -- provided we can do so without violating fundamental community and general moral principles.

Therefore, to foster price certainty, I commit not to sell my blakecoins at a price in any currency less than 1 USD equivalent; and not to sell more than 100k blakecoins per day. This commitment is good until July 1, 2019 (unless extended). No extension is valid unless signed with this wallet key. This commitment locks up approximately 2.3mm blakecoins. If any of the other large wallet holders want to make similar commitments, you are welcome to do so. Please make sure you are prepared to honor your commitments -- don't promise anything you will not be able to stand behind when tempted with immediate liquidity.

My hope is that this, and other, commitments will help foster a stable market for blakecoin and its merge-mined clones, and that this stable market will foster the ongoing efforts of open source developers as well as other community members.

Thank you

Blakewhale
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February 07, 2018, 05:01:21 AM
Last edit: February 14, 2018, 03:51:27 PM by sidgrip
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Sure, re-pasted message below. I did not re-sign, as I had no issues verifying in my qt client after pasting the text from this forum. Maybe there's an extra character somewhere in your copy? If further issues I will rely on some other good Samaritan to test this out.



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