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Author Topic: 【ANN】【HTC】huitong coin has launched on October 12th 【new algorithm scrypt-HTC 】  (Read 7536 times)
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October 14, 2013, 12:03:53 PM
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Another Chinese crap which is "CPU-only", remember YAC, YBC, and many other chinese "CPU-only" coins? They publish a CPU miner, and the dev and their friends are all mining with a secret GPU miner, all these coins are from scrypt-jane variations.

It's an old Chinese trick, everyone knows now

Sounds like that shitty Blakecoin is one of these. Still no gpu-miner but the hashrates/difficulty are insane.
Are you kidding?
Current Difficulty   0.00190757
Network Hashrate: 221.000 KH/s. This is the speed of ONE 7950 card in Srypt-Jane.
I believe this proves that no one now mine with GPU.

LOL, you do not even know what is Scrypt-Jane, ever heard of a thing called Nfactor?

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October 14, 2013, 12:28:35 PM
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For those who like to make accusations about the hashing algorithm, may be you should go through the source code, find out what it is and post your evidence?

I don't know what this coin uses, but for people who talk like they know, please don't hesitate to show everyone you really know.

LTC: LSyqwk4YbhBRtkrUy8NRdKXFoUcgVpu8Qb   NVC: 4HtynfYVyRYo6yM8BTAqyNYwqiucfoPqFW   TAG id: 4313
CMC: CAHrzqveVm9UxGm7PZtT4uj6su4suxKzZv   YAC: Y9m5S7M24sdkjdwxnA9GZpPez6k6EqUjUt
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October 14, 2013, 06:31:13 PM
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Another Chinese crap which is "CPU-only", remember YAC, YBC, and many other chinese "CPU-only" coins? They publish a CPU miner, and the dev and their friends are all mining with a secret GPU miner, all these coins are from scrypt-jane variations.

It's an old Chinese trick, everyone knows now

Sounds like that shitty Blakecoin is one of these. Still no gpu-miner but the hashrates/difficulty are insane.
Are you kidding?
Current Difficulty   0.00190757
Network Hashrate: 221.000 KH/s. This is the speed of ONE 7950 card in Srypt-Jane.
I believe this proves that no one now mine with GPU.

LOL, you do not even know what is Scrypt-Jane, ever heard of a thing called Nfactor?
If you read the topic, you would see that I know.
And if NFactor is too large, then there is no sense of the GPU. In any case, I'm all for the truth, but do not write speculation. Write the facts. I have NO found that it is possible mine with cards. When you find - write.
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October 16, 2013, 07:35:57 AM
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From sources - there is scrypt-jane, forked from yacoin, so it must be scrypt-chacha + pbkdf with keccak 512.
Nfactor is 9, rfactor is 5, so for one thread must be used:
for V array
2^(9+1) * 2^5 * 128 / LOOKUP_GAP = 4194304 bytes (for lookup_gap = 1)
+ for X array = 4096 bytes
+ for Y array = 4096 bytes

The ybc-miner will not work with it, as it hardcoded for rfactor = 0.

Theriotically hashing can be run on GPU, but there no gpu-miner available on the internet, maybe someone already has it.
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November 18, 2013, 11:34:24 AM
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Trying this for the fun of navigating the chinese pages. Has the project been cancelled? The pool is almost dead, currently 8 workers. Can this be solo mined with an i5 with any chance of success?

Edit: Also no peers available for qt to get new blocks.

Any better CPU coins?

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November 18, 2013, 01:38:28 PM
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November 18, 2013, 02:45:46 PM
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lol yeah, i got my 10 coins for my altcoin collection, calling it a day now, f... this .... :-)  1,362,391,579 people in china and 10 pool workers lol, the bitcoin killer doen't seem to be catching on Cheesy

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