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July 08, 2018, 01:18:15 PM
Last edit: July 08, 2018, 02:40:41 PM by coinzy4
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Top Mining Club is proud to announce first equihash mining pool for Bitmark - topmining.club.

Pool fee for the first month is 0%, after first month pool fee would be 1%.

Happy mining.

PS. We'll soon start adding support for other Bitmark mining algorithms. Next in line is Cryptonight.

Example command line options for some of the miners:

EBVF:
Code:
miner --server 172.104.215.38 --port 4032 --user <YOUR BITMARK ADDRESS>  --pass x

Bminer:
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ADDRESS=<YOUR BITMARK ADDRESS>

USERNAME=$ADDRESS.w
POOL=172.104.215.38:4032
SCHEME=stratum

./bminer -uri $SCHEME://$USERNAME@$POOL -api 127.0.0.1:1880

For single GPU please use port 3032, for multiple gpu port 4032, and for nicehash 5032.
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July 08, 2018, 01:23:01 PM
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The area chain project of content incentive has abundant timing requirements, and MARKS is expected to achieve breakthrough application in this field.
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July 08, 2018, 02:31:25 PM
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This platform has been successful forking and becoming a product
which uses the first multi-algo on a coin that can mined. Also has
become a digital asset that can used as a micro payment tool for
the public, companies and governments. This is a big market opportunity
that can be developed.
Overall, this application of blockchain technology in this platform
proven internally and externally needed.
With hard work and dedication, hopefully can survive
in today's competitive market.

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July 09, 2018, 03:02:10 AM
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Over 100 coins on the pool, with more added regularly!
BlockMasters.co (Formally BlockMunch) has added Bitmark to it's Multi-Pool!  Scrypt, SHA, x17, & Lyra2REv2 is added for merge mining!  Only 0.25% Fee's!
We are now a Multi-Pool!  We mine the most profitable coin always, and maximize your return!
Choose your payout style.  We pay out in this coin, BTC, LTC, and any coin we currently have listed on the pool!

You can also use your ASIC's in our SHA256, X11, & Scrypt ports and get paid in this coin or BTC!  Just change the algo and the port number in the example belows!

Example Config is Below for Bitmark Pay:
Code:
-a scrypt -o stratum+tcp://blockmasters.co:3433 -u bKdhCQAQ4fdJzFP2Sg8skseypzmNvjS2f2 -p c=MARKS
Code:
-a lyra2v2 -o stratum+tcp://blockmasters.co:4533 -u bWeCQXtFENU8RJanatVCB5jx4WateEEUXw -p c=MARKSlyra2v2
Code:
-a sha256 -o stratum+tcp://blockmasters.co:3333 -u bXKXudsKLuqk3SNkgerAfaYEKh9yvFcBDj -p c=MARKSsha
Code:
-a x17 -o stratum+tcp://blockmasters.co:3737 -u baAL7P2QvSBJtdHd6vNZWS1dkLR2LcNRTY -p c=MARKSx17

Example Config Below for BTC Pay
Code:
-a scrypt -o stratum+tcp://blockmasters.co:3433 -u 1JFx3fE462vMsTeYkNK5yvdWeg2wpmxvBD -p c=BTC

Example Config Below for LTC Pay
Code:
-a scrypt -o stratum+tcp://blockmasters.co:3433 -u LRgQk63NRnJQ8PBTU8yyHAm5aGfNjzhMZu -p c=LTC
Block Explorer Link:
Code:
blockmasters.co/explorer/MARKS

Peer List:
Code:
blockmasters.co/explorer/peers?id=2851

BlockMasters.Co Discord Link: https://discord.gg/RNnVAB4

BlockMasters.Co BitcoinTalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2362982.0



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July 09, 2018, 02:32:26 PM
Last edit: July 09, 2018, 03:26:04 PM by crackfoo
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Hi,

We've added MARKS to the miners multipool: www.zpool.ca

We have it enabled on SHA256, SCRYPT and X17

Cheers

Perfect....Great work guys!

Enabled now on yescrypt and equihash as standard POW.

Cheers

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July 11, 2018, 12:06:33 AM
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What's the play here?
influence buyers to sell their MARKS in the Polo in 4k and buy in Cryptopia in 1k?
what is the problem that prices do not match?
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Polo have disabled deposits...
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July 14, 2018, 08:04:52 PM
Last edit: July 15, 2018, 11:43:09 AM by dbkeys
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Proposed  Bitmark (MARKS) v0.9.7.3   -   Development Report


     Coin Emission Modulation v0.1 has proved succesful, and we believe it can benefit from more dynamic range authority.  We propose that CEM v0.2 have authority somewhere between 75% and 80% of the epoch full reward, (instead of just 50%).  The look-back period on which peak hashrate is based will be reduced from 1 year to 3 months. We believe this time frame is sufficient and better suited.


     A discussion about the merits of merge-mining arose on the Bitmark GitHub wiki ( merge-mining discussion ), and an interesting white paper was highlighted: Merged Mining: ¿ Curse or Cure ?

     Based on this, we want to make a distinction between blocks mined natively or (n-blocks), and blocks merge-mined via the AuxPoW mechanism as children of another parent chain or (mm-blocks). The motivation is to reduce mining centralization, while securing the benefits of the large hashpower of powerful parent chains. Another goal is to produce the right number of coins for the available market demand and stabilize the coin's price. Merge-mined coins tend to be freebies which are sold off on exchanges quickly, while natively mined coins are usually more prized by the miners.

     Merge-mined blocks (mm-blocks) will receive a lighter reward than natively-mined blocks (n-blocks).   Naturally, both the native and merged variants must each therefore have their own blocktime targets and difficulty. Each variant's hashrate will also be individually tracked and this data used by Coin Emission Modulation individually as well. This will create, effectively, a total of 16 "viritual" algos from the present 8 mPoW algos. Each mPoW algo will have a native and a merge-mined variant. As per the original Bitmark (MARKS) spec, a block will continue to be produced in an average inter-block time of 2 minutes (β=120s) and the original coin emission caps are observed.

     The reasoning for the lower subsidy for mm-blocks is that the low marginal cost to obtain an mm-block should be likewise equitably rewarded. If a mining operation did not want to be subject to the lower mm-block reward, they can always choose to mine Bitmark as the parent chain, and get the full CEM-modulated reward of the native variant by generating n-blocks.

      Work on this proposed hard fork is  happening on @piratelinux's GitHub repo, dev branch:Bitmark v0.9.7.3 development

BTC: 3Bx5YR6ZTs65DH7nHXMXQAfjrz38fixUit      Bitmark (MARKS): bDiDt82NMNcQVTnmmfxegaEMPiWCq7Duvn
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Last edit: July 15, 2018, 11:12:39 PM by dbkeys
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Announcing:    

Bitmark (MARKS)

Bug Bounty Program

     We invite all developers to review our code, provide feedback, and report any issues. In return, our bug bounty program will compensate you for discovering issues that could potentially impact the security and performance of the Bitmark blockchain

Compensation
    Our team will assess each submission individually and assign a severity level according to its likelihood and security and performance impacts. Compensation will depend on the severity of the issue found.


Rewards:

* Critical: 10000 MARKS - A critical bug is a bug that will enable stealing or loss of funds
* High: 5000 MARKS - A high bug significantly affects the ability of the system to operate.
* Medium: 2500 MARKS - Medium bugs entail an issue regarding operation not exactly as designed or intended, but not causing the loss of funds nor impeding operation completely.
* Low: 1000 MARKS - Low bugs are less significant errors
* Informational: 1 MARKS - Informational errors have no impact on the operation of a the system but should be brought to attention, such as a comment not matching the updated code, etc.

Note:
These MARKS denominated bounties are good thru October 1, 2018
(will revise after that date to adjust for possible value changes)

BTC: 3Bx5YR6ZTs65DH7nHXMXQAfjrz38fixUit      Bitmark (MARKS): bDiDt82NMNcQVTnmmfxegaEMPiWCq7Duvn
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July 14, 2018, 08:51:41 PM
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This platform has been successful forking and becoming a product
which uses the first multi-algo on a coin that can mined. Also has
become a digital asset that can used as a micro payment tool for
the public, companies and governments. This is a big market opportunity
that can be developed.
Overall, this application of blockchain technology in this platform
proven internally and externally needed.
With hard work and dedication, hopefully can survive
in today's competitive market.
I totally agree with you. This project deserves to be! But, yes, it will hard to stay strong with such a big competitive market.
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Last edit: July 16, 2018, 07:58:01 PM by TeamBitmark
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"Send & Receive Web-Based Micro-transactions (Payments)"



https://raw.githubusercontent.com/project-bitmark/art-of-bitmark/master/branding/128/bitmark-purple.png
Project Bitmark


MARKS - Incentivizing Content Creators & Building a Reputation Value Framework


    EXAMPLE:

    • Send and receive payment from a URI (uniform resource identifiers) verified as being 'owned' or 'produced' by someone
    • Bitmark uses 'Linked Data' technologies to significantly improve the number of transactions the system is capable of in any given time-period. This in-turn aids with scalability, usability and Applications possible for this technology, which is currently not be as easily addressed using traditional cryptocurrency technologies.
    • Marking provides a means to remunerate content creators, by adapting the intention of a 'like' or a '+1', or other social-confirmation, into something that is valuable, transferable, and reputable.



    Incentivizing the Content Creator

    Bitmark enables the use of social-gestures and digital investments to create, establish and build monetary value in means that were simply impossible prior to the advent of Marking. Whether it be applied for providing recognition for a video you produced, shared or 'liked', through to new ways to pay street vendors, those authoring free software on the web, those seeking a low-friction way to license and distribute protectable intellectual property, organizations looking for a new way to establish a voting mechanism for administrative purposes or non-profit organizations seeking new, incremental ways to build or maintain their non-profit activities through social-engagement.

    The New Social Reputation Standard - Marking via "MARKS"
    Bitmark provides new funding mechanisms for funding products and services valued by communities.
    These systems can easily be applied to web-resources such as Wikipedia, via simple integration that supports simply 'marking' an article you've read or 'marking' Wikipedia itself as a resource you value. In-turn, these activities can be applied to modern Digital Reputation systems, which act in-turn to change network economics substantively.


    https://i.imgur.com/yliyTha.png
    https://github.com/solid/solid
    Solid


    Solid (derived from "social linked data") is a proposed set of conventions and tools for building decentralized Web applications based on Linked Data principles. Solid is modular and extensible. It relies as much as possible on existing W3C standards and protocols....This is the framework Marking is built on.



    Marking and Digital Reputation


    Marking delivers a reputable benefit through the use of a public, digital ledger that presents transactions between entities with a secured area that enables notation in relation to the transnational event. These systems can then be further developed and applied, with an array of complementary technologies as to improve support for reputation marketplaces and complex reputational based value matrices surrounding a person's activity and presentation of their achievements, via the world wide web.

    Project Bitmark

    Created in 2014 as an every day use alternative currency, with No premine, No IPO, Nothing unfair, No clone, No old code bases, No untested code


    Bitmark - a stable and balanced cryptographic currency. Its primary objectives are to be safe, secure, fast, actively developed, and easy to integrate for services and adopters. (read more...)
    Marking - our massive adoption program which fuses reputation+currency, the primary focus of Project Bitmark. Marking enables people to apply crypto currency simply to every aspect of their lives. (read more...)

    Bitmark v0.9.7.2 has been released, please update your clients to keep our network secure.


    Links
    Wallet for all platforms, and actively developed source.
    Summary of Project Bitmark
    Full Specification of Marking
    Wiki and Extensive Information
    Branding and Logos
    Bitmark Block Explorer alternative blocktree.io


    Pools
    Bitmark is balanced so you receive a fair reward wherever you mine.
    Bitmark (MARKS) Pooled Mining

                                 SCrypt   SHA256d   Yescrypt   Argon2d   X17    Lyra2REv2  EquiHash  CryptoNight
    http://www.smilingmining.com     √        √         √                  √         √         √

    https://mp3.markmine.io          √        √                     √      √         √

    https://drkmrk.xyz                                                                                    

    http://yapool.net                

    http://zpool.ca                  √        √         √                   √                   √

    http://zergpool.com              √        √                             √

    http://www.blockmasters.co       √        √                             √         √

    http://topmining.club                                                                       √

    Notes:

         (X) CryptoNight is on the drkmrk.xyz pool, merge-mined with Monero.

    Exchanges

    Poloniex  
    (Poloniex will re-enable withdrawals & deposits the week of July 15)
    Cryptopia
    qTrade

    Stats
    CoinMarketCap :
    Network API : Network Health Charts : Steady Price API for services which use BTM pricing

    Coin Specs

    8mPoW

    Eight distinct Proof-of-Work  algorithms contribute blocks to the Bitmark blockchain:

    SCrypt, SHA256d, Yescrypt, Argon2d, X17, Lyra2REv2, Equihash & Cryptonight

    This means that miners are able to mine Bitmark not only with our original SCrypt but, with these other algos too, several of which are ASIC-resistant, thus democratizing Bitmark mining and making it accessible even for the CPU miner.


    Block Reward: 15 BTM max current epoch reward, modulated by Coin Emission Modulation v0.1

    Coin Emission Modulation: CEM v0.1
       Bitmark v0.9.7.0 introduces Coin Emission Modulation, (CEM v0.1) scales up to 50% of block reward by reducing that half proportionately by the ratio of current hashrate to peak hashrate ( as experienced within the last year).
    The rationale behind this is to reduce coin emission when demand is relatively low (as sensed by reduced hashrate) and only emit the epoch’s full reward when hashrate is at its peak.
    Regardless of hashrate, 50% of the epoch’s full block subsidy (1/2 of 15 MARKS or 7.5 MARKS currently) is always given, to reward loyal miners supporting the Bitmark blockchain through low and high demand periods.
    The Block reward for each algorithm is set once a day ( exactly every 90 blocks of that algorithm's block production) for the next 90 blocks of production.
    Please check explorer.bitmark.co for any algo's current reward and to see when the reward will be recalculated.


    Block Time: 120 Seconds
    Block Maturity: 720 Blocks (~1 day) to discourage multipools
    Block Halving: Reward halves every 3 years, with intermediate decrease every 18 months (20 coins initially, 15 after 1.5 years, 10 after 3 years, etc...)
    Difficulty Retargeting:  Dark Gravity Wave v3  with SurgeSupressor & Resurrector Functions
    All eight PoW algorithms are governed for mining difficulty by custom Dark Gravity Wave v3. “Surge Supressor” triples difficulty if 9 in-a-row occurs from the same algo;
    “Resurrector” slices difficulty by 1/3 if an algo has not contributed in over 160 min.

    Total Coin Supply: ~27.58 million (27,579,894.73108000 exactly)



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    July 17, 2018, 10:21:19 AM
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    FYI - you will see us replying from this account with increasing frequency...and utilizing our personal accounts less

    - Victor
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    Bitmark v0.9.7.2 for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS "Bionic Beaver"  

    Notes:
    These files are executable binaries, no unpacking or unzipping, etc. is necessary.

    Please install development version of OpenSSL 1.00
    Code:
    apt-get install libssl1.0-dev

    Suffix: "64b" is for 64 bit,  ".s" means stripped of debugging symbols (for smaller memory footprint)



    shasum -a 256

    Bitmark-cli.v0.9.7.2-Ubuntu_18.04-Official.64b.s
    18eaec8f2d5b7ab0423c0410bec7f54a57b2babc85f8849a47f19c7aee82602c  

    Bitmarkd.v0.9.7.2-Ubuntu_18.04-Official.64b.s
    e36915c866cbb1b823fd37477c297cdffb68002cb368b47cdff3ff09dae43c79  



    1531864846 Tue Jul 17 22:00:46 UTC 2018

    BTC: 3Bx5YR6ZTs65DH7nHXMXQAfjrz38fixUit      Bitmark (MARKS): bDiDt82NMNcQVTnmmfxegaEMPiWCq7Duvn
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    July 18, 2018, 12:03:04 AM
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    Bitmark Update
    Just received word that Bitmark "BTM" will be re-enabled on Poloniex this week!
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    July 18, 2018, 07:35:01 AM
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    Bitmark Update
    Just received word that Bitmark "BTM" will be re-enabled on Poloniex this week!

    Good news

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    July 18, 2018, 08:26:01 AM
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    Who and/or what is the TEAM here ! Clicking on the empty pix on the site takes you NOWHERE !



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    Who and/or what is the TEAM here ! Clicking on the empty pix on the site takes you NOWHERE !




    That website will soon be replaced with a new one...we are working through some final edits and we should have it out shortly.

    To answer your question....the Project Bitmark DevTeam has always been a volunteer driven opensource community. We strive to maintain a decentralized handle on the project and seek to deliver on our promise of providing a leverage-able web-scale reputation framework, which we call Marking.

    Built on a SOLID framework by our lead dev Melvin Carvalho https://github.com/melvincarvalho && https://melvincarvalho.com/#me

    Project Management by myself (https://www.linkedin.com/in/valejandropmp/) & DBkeys (Blockchain Development Engineer | SME)

    A few more Notable Core Dev's...(I just don't remember there Bitcointalk handles of the top of my head)
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    July 18, 2018, 09:34:45 AM
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    Wallet:

    https://github.com/project-bitmark/bitmark/releases
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    July 18, 2018, 09:35:23 AM
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    There are endless projects in the field of stimulating content. This coin project team needs to redouble its efforts, because competition among similar projects is fierce.
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    July 18, 2018, 09:43:06 AM
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    There are endless projects in the field of stimulating content. This coin project team needs to redouble its efforts, because competition among similar projects is fierce.

    I don't disagree...we welcome any capable dev's that wish to assist us in delivering to market.

    That said, please look into what SOLID is and how the framework will be the tip of the spear when it comes to this.

    https://github.com/solid/solid

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