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Author Topic: [ANN][BTCZ] BitcoinZ - zkSNARKs 21b max POW-Zhash No-Premine No-Dev Tax  (Read 72103 times)
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June 18, 2018, 03:46:15 PM
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Interesting how quickly after fork profit came to almost identical levels as few days ago, even without ASIC's and AMD GPU's Smiley

ASICs didn't always mine BitcoinZ.
Also, with higher profitability, GPU mining farms like NiceHash switch to BitcoinZ.

Considering there are no ASIC and no AMD than this still should be more profitable but it isnt:)

Your claim is false.

According to my calculations, my profitability is about twice as much as before the algo change. I have already mined (less than 18 hours since midnight - when I started calculating) a lot more coins than what I used to mine during the 24 hour period before the change.

BitcoinZ - community driven, no premine, no dev-tax, developers always welcome
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June 18, 2018, 03:54:47 PM
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Interesting how quickly after fork profit came to almost identical levels as few days ago, even without ASIC's and AMD GPU's Smiley

ASICs didn't always mine BitcoinZ.
Also, with higher profitability, GPU mining farms like NiceHash switch to BitcoinZ.

Considering there are no ASIC and no AMD than this still should be more profitable but it isnt:)

Your claim is false.

According to my calculations, my profitability is about twice as much as before the algo change. I have already mined (less than 18 hours since midnight - when I started calculating) a lot more coins than what I used to mine during the 24 hour period before the change.

I get almost the same amount of coins as before the fork.
I am happy with resoult because there will be less dumps after price increases.
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June 18, 2018, 05:13:38 PM
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SMOS added EWBF v2.0 but it is not working for me

ERROR: CUDA DRIVER VERSION IS INSUFFICIENT FOR CUDA RUNTIME VERSION

any ideas?

USING EWBF v2.0 on suprnova using SMOS

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June 18, 2018, 07:29:02 PM
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SMOS added EWBF v2.0 but it is not working for me

ERROR: CUDA DRIVER VERSION IS INSUFFICIENT FOR CUDA RUNTIME VERSION

any ideas?

USING EWBF v2.0 on suprnova using SMOS

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I suggest updating the drivers.
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June 18, 2018, 10:47:16 PM
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Interesting how quickly after fork profit came to almost identical levels as few days ago, even without ASIC's and AMD GPU's Smiley

ASICs didn't always mine BitcoinZ.
Also, with higher profitability, GPU mining farms like NiceHash switch to BitcoinZ.

Considering there are no ASIC and no AMD than this still should be more profitable but it isnt:)

Your claim is false.

According to my calculations, my profitability is about twice as much as before the algo change. I have already mined (less than 18 hours since midnight - when I started calculating) a lot more coins than what I used to mine during the 24 hour period before the change.

I get almost the same amount of coins as before the fork.
I am happy with resoult because there will be less dumps after price increases.

I just got 9250 coins over 24h period.
My June average before the fork is 6000. So a bit over 50% increase.

BitcoinZ - community driven, no premine, no dev-tax, developers always welcome
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June 18, 2018, 11:13:38 PM
Last edit: June 18, 2018, 11:47:21 PM by gsanjin
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Interesting how quickly after fork profit came to almost identical levels as few days ago, even without ASIC's and AMD GPU's Smiley

ASICs didn't always mine BitcoinZ.
Also, with higher profitability, GPU mining farms like NiceHash switch to BitcoinZ.

Considering there are no ASIC and no AMD than this still should be more profitable but it isnt:)

Your claim is false.

According to my calculations, my profitability is about twice as much as before the algo change. I have already mined (less than 18 hours since midnight - when I started calculating) a lot more coins than what I used to mine during the 24 hour period before the change.

I get almost the same amount of coins as before the fork.
I am happy with resoult because there will be less dumps after price increases.

I just got 9250 coins over 24h period.
My June average before the fork is 6000. So a bit over 50% increase.

Well, your calculation explains it - we just have different perspectives of profitabillity Smiley

TBH, up until this morning it was really above average, but in last 14 hours it settled on almost identical levels as before zhash fork. We'll see how it will came after AMD cards get on train ...

Edit: Global hashrate is currently droping and profitability is on rise again ...
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June 19, 2018, 12:17:51 AM
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Interesting how quickly after fork profit came to almost identical levels as few days ago, even without ASIC's and AMD GPU's Smiley

ASICs didn't always mine BitcoinZ.
Also, with higher profitability, GPU mining farms like NiceHash switch to BitcoinZ.

Considering there are no ASIC and no AMD than this still should be more profitable but it isnt:)

Your claim is false.

According to my calculations, my profitability is about twice as much as before the algo change. I have already mined (less than 18 hours since midnight - when I started calculating) a lot more coins than what I used to mine during the 24 hour period before the change.

I get almost the same amount of coins as before the fork.
I am happy with resoult because there will be less dumps after price increases.

I just got 9250 coins over 24h period.
My June average before the fork is 6000. So a bit over 50% increase.

Well, your calculation explains it - we just have different perspectives of profitabillity Smiley

TBH, up until this morning it was really above average, but in last 14 hours it settled on almost identical levels as before zhash fork. We'll see how it will came after AMD cards get on train ...

Edit: Global hashrate is currently droping and profitability is on rise again ...

Not sure what you're trying to say. I mine and hoard, not mine and dump. So if I earn more coins, it's better for me, the current price is irrelevant.

BitcoinZ - community driven, no premine, no dev-tax, developers always welcome
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3086664
https://btcz.rocks/
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June 19, 2018, 04:41:25 AM
Last edit: June 19, 2018, 05:00:50 AM by matey1111
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sending from a z address gives me this:

error: could not find previous JoinSplit anchor

BitcoinZ Wallet 1.4.0
How to fix?

I am trying to re-index. let you know.
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June 19, 2018, 07:02:04 AM
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Release 2 of ZhashOS is now availible. Updated to EWBF 0.2 cuda 8 which allows us to use a more mature nvidia driver. Added a icon for editing GPUoverclock.sh plus a dialog box reminder/instructions to activate it after editing. Be sure and restart the miner after you activate it. Added "Take a Shot" screen shot program. Have shrunk the download size to under 500MB. Will fit on to a 2GB USB Flash Drive now. USB 3.0 drives are still highly recommended. It is 6x-10x faster. Makes boot times measured in seconds. mega download is available at: DOWNLOAD

https://i.imgur.com/iBQg7QI.png
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June 19, 2018, 07:41:40 AM
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sending from a z address gives me this:

error: could not find previous JoinSplit anchor

BitcoinZ Wallet 1.4.0
How to fix?

I am trying to re-index. let you know.

re-indexing did nothing.

so.... No one can help? coin is dead? community gone? No Devs? WTF
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June 19, 2018, 08:46:34 AM
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Interesting how quickly after fork profit came to almost identical levels as few days ago, even without ASIC's and AMD GPU's Smiley

ASICs didn't always mine BitcoinZ.
Also, with higher profitability, GPU mining farms like NiceHash switch to BitcoinZ.

AFAIK, ZHash algo is not available on Nicehash, yet.

Any idea when will it be available there?
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June 19, 2018, 10:13:55 AM
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sending from a z address gives me this:

error: could not find previous JoinSplit anchor

BitcoinZ Wallet 1.4.0
How to fix?

I am trying to re-index. let you know.

re-indexing did nothing.

so.... No one can help? coin is dead? community gone? No Devs? WTF

hello?
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June 19, 2018, 10:50:19 AM
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Hi all,

I would like to warn you. I used windows wallet 1.1.5 and since the fork, 0 BTCZ from equipool. On the pool I have 10k mined and 0 on my wallet Sad
0 on block explorer Sad  Huh  Huh
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June 19, 2018, 11:49:11 AM
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Hi all,

I would like to warn you. I used windows wallet 1.1.5 and since the fork, 0 BTCZ from equipool. On the pool I have 10k mined and 0 on my wallet Sad
0 on block explorer Sad  Huh  Huh
Probably equipool did not make the update for the BTCz wallet.
Send a message to equipool.
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June 19, 2018, 11:49:45 AM
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Interesting how quickly after fork profit came to almost identical levels as few days ago, even without ASIC's and AMD GPU's Smiley

ASICs didn't always mine BitcoinZ.
Also, with higher profitability, GPU mining farms like NiceHash switch to BitcoinZ.

AFAIK, ZHash algo is not available on Nicehash, yet.

Any idea when will it be available there?
Ask to NiceHash.
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June 19, 2018, 11:51:42 AM
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Interesting how quickly after fork profit came to almost identical levels as few days ago, even without ASIC's and AMD GPU's Smiley

ASICs didn't always mine BitcoinZ.
Also, with higher profitability, GPU mining farms like NiceHash switch to BitcoinZ.

AFAIK, ZHash algo is not available on Nicehash, yet.

Any idea when will it be available there?
it`s need for what ?
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June 19, 2018, 01:17:42 PM
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sending from a z address gives me this:

error: could not find previous JoinSplit anchor

BitcoinZ Wallet 1.4.0
How to fix?

I am trying to re-index. let you know.

re-indexing did nothing.

so.... No one can help? coin is dead? community gone? No Devs? WTF

hello?
No problems here... Time to fix Windows?
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June 19, 2018, 02:02:56 PM
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 The best, most secure and stable wallet is the full node wallet, also known as the swing wallet: https://github.com/btcz/bitcoinz-wallet/releases

Also available is a community managed bitpay wallet fork, available at https://github.com/bitcoinz-wallets/bitcoinz-copay-wallet/releases with builds for iOS and Linux.

Android wallets:
- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.btczcom.btcz (community managed)
- Coinomi Wallet: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coinomi.wallet

iOS wallets:
- Coinomi Wallet: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/coinomi-wallet/id1333588809.
Paper wallets:
- https://paper.btcz.rocks

Web-based wallets:
- https://www.mybitcoinzwallet.com.

Use Delta to manage your crypto portfolio (BTCZ supported):
- Android:  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.getdelta.android
- IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/apple-store/id1288676542.
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June 19, 2018, 02:33:26 PM
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I've started !
Since this morning I mine Bitcoinz, I like this community coin a lot.
I am currently reading the topic and the different web pages to have a good vision of the project.
I'm mining now with 6 GTX 1060 6gb I'm doing some tests and I'll give you my feedback tonight or tomorrow Smiley

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June 19, 2018, 04:24:32 PM
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Spend an hour with Martin and what you come home with is:

Skunk Anansie - Little Baby Swastikka
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