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April 27, 2018, 08:46:13 PM
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Height   Difficulty   Confirmations   Size (kB)   Bits               Nonce               Timestamp
17956   0.0202   -1                     0.70   1d3196ce   470679552   14th Apr 2018 11:17:13

my solo miner finds blocks but i dont see any reward in my wallet. I see the confirmation is -1.  when i put the block number i get different information.

when i put my wallet address it show the block rewards that i get is more than what i have in my wallet.

anybody can help me understand if i am doing something wrong. any devs here?

Thanks in advance.

Hi Dev,

can you help me understand what i keep finding blocks like this one?

It happens that you with someone together find a block, but this one is ahead of you for a fraction of the time. Thus, the blochkchain awards the first who opened the block. this often happens in solo. such transaction can be displayed in gray in the wallet
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April 27, 2018, 09:36:39 PM
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Height   Difficulty   Confirmations   Size (kB)   Bits               Nonce               Timestamp
17956   0.0202   -1                     0.70   1d3196ce   470679552   14th Apr 2018 11:17:13

my solo miner finds blocks but i dont see any reward in my wallet. I see the confirmation is -1.  when i put the block number i get different information.

when i put my wallet address it show the block rewards that i get is more than what i have in my wallet.

anybody can help me understand if i am doing something wrong. any devs here?

Thanks in advance.

Hi Dev,

can you help me understand what i keep finding blocks like this one?

It happens that you with someone together find a block, but this one is ahead of you for a fraction of the time. Thus, the blochkchain awards the first who opened the block. this often happens in solo. such transaction can be displayed in gray in the wallet
I cannot see any transaction displayed in gray in the wallet. the only think i can see is a pop up icon it says that i have an incoming transaction but nothing comes.

Thank you for your help and your time my friend.
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April 27, 2018, 11:02:40 PM
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Dash v0.12.3 or later is under development.
https://github.com/dashpay/dash/commits/develop

allmost all fixes are marked "X" that means compilation might fail.
but allmost all fixes are able to be commited to wavi if needed.
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April 27, 2018, 11:07:35 PM
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Dash v0.12.3 or later is under development.
https://github.com/dashpay/dash/commits/develop

allmost all fixes are marked "X" that means compilation might fail.
but allmost all fixes are able to be commited to wavi if needed.
Hi dev, can you tell us what is the nvidia GPU miner compatible with the yescryptR32 WAVI algo (cf. the picture some posts above) ?

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April 27, 2018, 11:11:35 PM
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Dash v0.12.3 or later is under development.
https://github.com/dashpay/dash/commits/develop

allmost all fixes are marked "X" that means compilation might fail.
but allmost all fixes are able to be commited to wavi if needed.

Do you have any idea to prevent GPU mining?  Huh
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April 28, 2018, 12:22:15 AM
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Dash v0.12.3 or later is under development.
https://github.com/dashpay/dash/commits/develop

allmost all fixes are marked "X" that means compilation might fail.
but allmost all fixes are able to be commited to wavi if needed.

Do you have any idea to prevent GPU mining?  Huh

read carefully https://wavidev-the-man.github.io/wavi/index2.html

Secure CPU mining

By YescryptR32 algorithm,
No ASIC can mine WAVI. GPU mining is slower than CPU at now

Mining on video cards is good, they need to be involved
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April 28, 2018, 07:18:00 AM
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I see 2 opinions
1. mining with gpu must be prevented
2. mining with gpu must be involved

How about a 3rd opinion?

Mining with GPU must be involved but with moderation...so it won't kill CPU mining.

From what I see in that GPU mining printscreen (fake or not)...GPU will not kill cpu mining. 200 hash for gtx1050 and 400 hash on gtx1060.
Even this lo budget cards make far more profit mining zec or monero....
It's only logic to assume that even if the miners want wavi they will mine the more profitable coins and sell for wavi, getting more wavi this way.
Even if the price will grow....the CPU mining power will grow more making the GPU not profitable, as there are a lot of cpu's already used at 5%, mining them in the background means the hardware cost is zero, they are already up and running doing nothing.To mine a GPU you have to buy it.
An old I7 used in an office can mine 2-300 hashes in the background. And an old I3 around 160-200 hashes.

Maybe when the price will grow like monero...100-200$ /wavi we will have to take into consideration that GPU mining is killing CPU mining.

I don't see involving some people that like wavi so much that they prefer to mine GPU on wavi at a lower profit than any other coin as bad.
This might actually grow the community as long as it does not kill cpu mining.

Yes...more miners means less coins/miner, yes the cpu miners might be unpleased. But more miners means also bigger community, and that is good for the coin. And the coin is paying now 70% for the miners and only 20 % for masternodes...exactly for that, to get more people interested to mine, to grow the community.
So in my opinion there are 2 possibilities here:

1. GPU mining side by side with CPU mining....like monero...and of course the CPU miners unhappy because they get competition...And this is good for the coin

AND

2. GPU mining overtake CPU mining making it not profitable compared to CPU mining.....And this is bad for the coin, wavi community miners would leave. ( not this case in my opinion, monero is expensive, cpu mining on monero is at least 3-4 times less profitable than gpu..monero gpu mining fighting for the most mined profitable coins with GPU so people move their rigs to monero for profit .....  and it is still mined with cpu).

Except the fact that GTX1060 is getting far more profit mining zec, I was just wondering....How much time and electricity is needed to pay the money spent on a gtx 1060 mining wavi? Smiley

Just my opinions, I am not a dev....Maybe I am wrong....maybe not...






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April 28, 2018, 08:40:28 AM
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after 24001, the reward for the block fell by half. It was profitable to mine, the price of the coin remained the same,.
friends are not lazy, vote for wavi.
vote for adding the coin to the exchange https://octaex.com/Vote/index/page/2
To add, you need 1500 votes
2 days no one voted  Sad , you probably think the dev will vote for everyone ? , a coin should all of us.
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April 28, 2018, 11:36:48 AM
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Why we should vote for this exchange ? One shit exchange it's enough
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April 28, 2018, 12:23:38 PM
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Why we should vote for this exchange ? One shit exchange it's enough

this shit flies faster than other shit and the most delicious for prey CPU
 Wavi core i5 2400 - 265 h/s  = gtx 1050 ti  260 - 275 h/s
 Monero core i5 2400 -110 h/s  <  gtx 1050 ti  - 300 h/s
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April 28, 2018, 06:32:13 PM
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The GPU Miner is out since about a month....

https://imgur.com/a/Jdfy1Gv
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April 28, 2018, 08:05:43 PM
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The GPU Miner is out since about a month....

https://imgur.com/a/Jdfy1Gv

any link to the miner?
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April 28, 2018, 08:07:05 PM
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The GPU Miner is out since about a month....

https://imgur.com/a/Jdfy1Gv

any link to the miner?

let me google that for you?
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April 28, 2018, 08:10:17 PM
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The GPU Miner is out since about a month....

https://imgur.com/a/Jdfy1Gv


it turns out a video excavator and the cpu goes near as on a monero
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April 28, 2018, 08:22:17 PM
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The GPU Miner is out since about a month....

https://imgur.com/a/Jdfy1Gv

any link to the miner?

let me google that for you?

they are lazy to seek, and are reluctant to vote
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April 28, 2018, 08:33:52 PM
Last edit: April 29, 2018, 03:10:28 PM by Hakamoto
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Hello, and prompt, Wavi is available only to CPU?
I heard that Wavi invite to recently issued exchange Exvo platform!

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April 28, 2018, 08:59:02 PM
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The GPU Miner is out since about a month....

https://imgur.com/a/Jdfy1Gv

any link to the miner?

let me google that for you?

they are lazy to seek, and are reluctant to vote

lol! for anyone who is too lazy to use google... for 100 wavi i'll give you a link to the miner Wink
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April 28, 2018, 09:31:22 PM
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The GPU Miner is out since about a month....

https://imgur.com/a/Jdfy1Gv

any link to the miner?

let me google that for you?

they are lazy to seek, and are reluctant to vote

lol! for anyone who is too lazy to use google... for 100 wavi i'll give you a link to the miner Wink

Dude...it seems to me you have absolutely no ideea what a coin community forum is. It's for helping and sharing, not for selling info for whatever votes you want or posting 3 times a printscreen but not the link to the miner.

For your info I have old nvidia cards on some laptops, my new cards are amd. Did not work before with excavator. Just wanted to know what program exactly you used. I searched google but what I found did not work with my card.

That is not a valid reason to be a smart ass and call me lazy.Nor to post printscreens and ask for whatever votes to sell the info on a community forum.
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April 28, 2018, 09:56:28 PM
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You can keep your GPU miner for yourself....I just wanted to test it.
On this coin, not only GPU mining, but all mining, even CPU mining will  never bring very much profit.
Maybe GPU was profitable the first weeks, but CPU mining will kill it.
Because there are a lot of unused cpu's around the world and wavi is far more profitable than monero on cpu mining.
Big hashpower coming from CPU....they can afford it, don't have to buy anything, computers are already there.
I don't see many GPU's idle in offices around the world that can mine in the background.......
When a lot of CPU's start mining in the background the most profitable coins, and wavi is, and when the reward starts moving more to masternodes after block 158000 ( 6 month from now)...the profit in this coin will be on masternodes, not mining.



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April 29, 2018, 02:24:54 AM
Last edit: April 29, 2018, 02:45:19 AM by CarlOrff
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I made my researches about a yescryptr32 software for GPU mining.
It was very difficult to find something.
The only info I found is in the stats part of an pool website, about the miner used by all workers in it.
And the info is not Nicehash excavator but the KlausT CCMiner fork, the last one version number.
I did the test on nvidia gpu and this miner did not accept the Wavi  algo, just the first yescrypt version.
I think perhaps someone has made a personnal fork of this KlausT ccminer and integrate the mod for yescryptr32.

Results in the pool spredsheet was the same as seen here : WAVI GPU mining is not very competitive at this time vs CPU mining because the electricity consumption of GPU vs CPU is bigger but the hash power is nearly the same.

I think it is important that CPU mining is still competitive because the lot of unused CPU power around the world (see the post below).

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