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Author Topic: [ANN][BTCZ] BitcoinZ - zkSNARKs 21b max POW-Zhash No-Premine No-Dev Tax  (Read 70637 times)
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May 03, 2018, 04:09:10 PM
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Our team is aware of the recent Equihash ASIC development and is currently working on a response. More information will be released shortly regarding direction. Rest assured, BitcoinZ will always be ASIC resistant.
 

Thats reassuring to hear!

Hopefully all Equihash coins will stand up against Bitmains aggression's....

Lets try to be the leader in this and get out in front of Bitmains release and make them worthless.....  Wink

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May 03, 2018, 04:12:24 PM
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Our team is aware of the recent Equihash ASIC development and is currently working on a response. More information will be released shortly regarding direction. Rest assured, BitcoinZ will always be ASIC resistant.
 

Thats reassuring to hear!

Hopefully all Equihash coins will stand up against Bitmains aggression's....

Lets try to be the leader in this and get out in front of Bitmains release and make them worthless.....  Wink

I'm pretty sure not all coins will ride the "ASIC Resistant" train.

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May 03, 2018, 04:13:26 PM
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Our team is aware of the recent Equihash ASIC development and is currently working on a response. More information will be released shortly regarding direction. Rest assured, BitcoinZ will always be ASIC resistant.
 

Thats reassuring to hear!

Hopefully all Equihash coins will stand up against Bitmains aggression's....

Lets try to be the leader in this and get out in front of Bitmains release and make them worthless.....  Wink

Too bad ASICs are Read Only.

Wish Equihash could brick these phookers.
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May 03, 2018, 04:49:04 PM
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Our team is aware of the recent Equihash ASIC development and is currently working on a response. More information will be released shortly regarding direction. Rest assured, BitcoinZ will always be ASIC resistant.
 

Thats reassuring to hear!

Hopefully all Equihash coins will stand up against Bitmains aggression's....

Lets try to be the leader in this and get out in front of Bitmains release and make them worthless.....  Wink

I'm pretty sure not all coins will ride the "ASIC Resistant" train.
Only other thing to watch if forks are done, is to see how the exchanges will deal with that too?

Ya I'm sure some coins with weak dev support wont mess with it and just go along for the ride.

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May 03, 2018, 07:57:50 PM
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Community are best and dev are strong. Don't panic, make soft fork, and we still flaying to the moon.

What about exchange? Where goes 10BTC from that kind Donor?
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May 03, 2018, 08:26:37 PM
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True, Asic miners will come out for Equihash from June, but we are on a Solution to keep up with our Whitepaper and make us Asic Resist while we don't fork Hard! Ideas are welcome!
BtG is on this way too!
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May 03, 2018, 08:28:38 PM
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Our team is aware of the recent Equihash ASIC development and is currently working on a response. More information will be released shortly regarding direction. Rest assured, BitcoinZ will always be ASIC resistant.
 

Thats reassuring to hear!

Hopefully all Equihash coins will stand up against Bitmains aggression's....

Lets try to be the leader in this and get out in front of Bitmains release and make them worthless.....  Wink

Thats the way we can be Bzc 2.0!!!!!
Zec team dont care about it but BTG is!
Eth dont care about it also!
We have to find out it together how to improve!
Suggestions are here but suggest your own ideas please!
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May 03, 2018, 09:16:37 PM
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Will this coin die if we don’t fork ?
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Last edit: May 03, 2018, 09:28:07 PM by Txock
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Suggestion: Jump to Zerocurrency algo (Equihash 192/7)

More fast transaction speed, 25% less power consumption.


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May 03, 2018, 10:49:17 PM
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Suggestion: Jump to Zerocurrency algo (Equihash 192/7)

More fast transaction speed, 25% less power consumption.


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I second this.

BitcoinZ - community driven, no premine, no dev-tax, developers always welcome
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May 03, 2018, 11:09:23 PM
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Suggestion: Jump to Zerocurrency algo (Equihash 192/7)

More fast transaction speed, 25% less power consumption.


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I second this.


If this is true this seems a good and easy answer.
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May 03, 2018, 11:17:40 PM
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That ZERO equihash is CPU-demanding. If you mine with 1 GPU , then Celeron CPU can go 60% usage, but with 2-3 GPU it is 99% ...
Also, you need to have 8gb ram in your rig and for every card it is required to have 8gb of swap file.
Furthermore, with NVidia, you need to have 8gb card in order to mine. AMD can do with 4gb, but not all cards.
On Linux, everything works much better, but there you have problems with overclocking (no adequate easy-to-use software for OC).

It is far from good solution...  Undecided

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May 04, 2018, 12:07:49 AM
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I'll stray from btcz ethos and do whatever ZEC does which is probably embrace ASIC. 
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May 04, 2018, 12:28:00 AM
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That ZERO equihash is CPU-demanding. If you mine with 1 GPU , then Celeron CPU can go 60% usage, but with 2-3 GPU it is 99% ...
Also, you need to have 8gb ram in your rig and for every card it is required to have 8gb of swap file.
Furthermore, with NVidia, you need to have 8gb card in order to mine. AMD can do with 4gb, but not all cards.
On Linux, everything works much better, but there you have problems with overclocking (no adequate easy-to-use software for OC).

It is far from good solution...  Undecided
Great point.. I've mined that algo and didnt get too far, even with my nice mining rigs.  Grin

I think all equihash coin devs are on this now. A solution or consensus will form. I hope lol

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May 04, 2018, 06:58:13 AM
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It would be best for BTCZ to use some unique algo or at least some algo that doesn't use any of big coins. That way, we would be sure that no one will build ASIC just for BTCZ, since it is still small coin.

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May 04, 2018, 07:21:01 AM
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It would be best for BTCZ to use some unique algo or at least some algo that doesn't use any of big coins. That way, we would be sure that no one will build ASIC just for BTCZ, since it is still small coin.

Thats it!!
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May 04, 2018, 07:25:35 AM
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Does anybody know why the explorer is not showing when the asic farms connect ? the nethash should be more like 25 m sols when they connect. Sometimes just from 1 adress it goes to 16-17 m sols but the explorer never shows a difference ? they are doing it for 2 weeks now every single day on different pools... cycling through pools every hour Huh

Edit: also to add its not just Btcz , they are doing it on other coins also and the explorer doesnt seem to change the nethash accordingly
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May 04, 2018, 01:37:30 PM
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Any update on coinbene situation? It's kinda hanging right now
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May 04, 2018, 02:27:53 PM
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Any update on coinbene situation? It's kinda hanging right now

They have refunded btcs yesterday
Due to regulations @ coinbene country privacy coins cannot be listed on their exchange
That’s the reason

Not btczs fault

Will find another ex
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May 04, 2018, 02:36:20 PM
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ASICS are clearly already mining.
As was said above they drop into a pool for about 15mins, clear it up and bugger off.
This was seen with the original bitmain hardware so is no surprise.
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