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Author Topic: [ANN] TagCoin - The world's first cryptocurrency for Rewards  (Read 270758 times)
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November 04, 2013, 02:00:15 PM
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Tagbond: Solo mining info? most coins provide the demon file. Does yours just use the qt and rpc commands? There's nothing in the OP about it.

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November 04, 2013, 02:20:26 PM
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Use mTAG as the default denomination then... Simple.

Units of denomination are arbitrary anyway. If the demand is there, price will rise.

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November 04, 2013, 02:34:40 PM
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I have a problem with the aesthetics of mTAG...I like 3 letter combinations..lol..

But seriously, if it was 1 TAG @ $1, with no division then Tagbond won't be able to use just TAG - it would make it a total market cap in the first year of around $3.8m if priced at $1 - think about the rewards market and what it needs to fulfill that, you'll see if we do what we plan this is not enough. We will have to use both BTC and TAG as rewards.. perhaps things will be paid in BTC, but rewards given as TAG and then you can cash in your TAG for stuff you can buy or trade back to BTC. Who knows how this will pan out. Totally new territory. But the bottom line is using crypto as a universal rewards currency that all businesses can value - I am fed up with points I earn at starbucks, SM Mall (here in Philippines), or other places, and then not knowing the value of those, or where I can spend them, or the fact that I cannot use them anywhere else. And if I do want to use them, like airmiles, all sorts of restrictions come into play. So this is what i want to change, and crypto currency gives us a chance to do that.

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November 04, 2013, 02:58:11 PM
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Nope, you are seeing the business exactly the same way...But we are more than just a crypto rewards company...we work with fiat as well, and trying to make it easier for transfer to people in different ways via TagCash - that is the payments side of our business - that alone in the Philippines is a billion peso business for me - I just don't think GCash here are doing it as well as they could, but then that is understandable considering they are owned by a Telco who are really just interested in selling more airtime. Paypal is not being used here cos half the population don't have bank accounts, but there are a lot of potential small business operators who want to make a better income for their families and have skills, products or services to offer. Just have to make it even easier to pay and receive money, in many different ways. No one trusts anyone to buy stuff online here, so we need an escrow system for everyday buying and selling. And this is just the Philippines. It would be nice to do wht Paypal started out doing all that time ago, before they became slaves to the credit card and the banks..Smiley

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November 04, 2013, 03:05:53 PM
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I have a problem with the aesthetics of mTAG...I like 3 letter combinations..lol..

Maybe the micro amount of TAG is tAG or tag.  Similar to how T and t mean Tablespoon and teaspoon in measuring.  Probably more confusing for some folks but I'm just slinging wet spaghetti noodles seeing what'll stick.

I am fed up with points I earn at starbucks, SM Mall (here in Philippines), or other places, and then not knowing the value of those, or where I can spend them, or the fact that I cannot use them anywhere else. And if I do want to use them, like airmiles, all sorts of restrictions come into play.

That's what they WANT!  Almost 1/3 of rewards go unused in the US or you know only $16B worth!  Talk about free money for these companies.  They love these confusing rewards and they'll hate us but we're on the side of the consumer so eventually we'll win.

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November 04, 2013, 03:21:56 PM
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So still no info on solo mining? All i want to do is point a bunch of my mining farm to a single system, and mine the coin lol.

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November 04, 2013, 03:28:39 PM
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So still no info on solo mining? All i want to do is point a bunch of my mining farm to a single system, and mine the coin lol.

Same as any other coin. Hope you've got some power if you're going solo.
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November 04, 2013, 04:06:12 PM
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So still no info on solo mining? All i want to do is point a bunch of my mining farm to a single system, and mine the coin lol.

Same as any other coin. Hope you've got some power if you're going solo.

I've tried it the same as other coins.. doesn't seem to like me much. Historically I've used the demon executables, but this coin only provides the qt gui executable. I made a config file and fired it up with the server param, but can't get any systems to connect. I can telnet so the rpcport is open, but the systems can't connect otherwise.

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November 04, 2013, 04:15:24 PM
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1 TAG = 10-15$
But better 25$ Smiley

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November 04, 2013, 04:17:46 PM
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It's either $1, $10 or better still a nice round $100...just easier to work out what you have when it is decimals..

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November 04, 2013, 04:56:27 PM
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So still no info on solo mining? All i want to do is point a bunch of my mining farm to a single system, and mine the coin lol.

Same as any other coin. Hope you've got some power if you're going solo.

I've tried it the same as other coins.. doesn't seem to like me much. Historically I've used the demon executables, but this coin only provides the qt gui executable. I made a config file and fired it up with the server param, but can't get any systems to connect. I can telnet so the rpcport is open, but the systems can't connect otherwise.

Vesper- make sure your tagcoin.conf file is configured correctly.  If you want, post it here to verify that it is set up correctly.  If it is, you just need to make sure your client is up to date, and you should be able to solo-mine.

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November 04, 2013, 05:18:32 PM
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So still no info on solo mining? All i want to do is point a bunch of my mining farm to a single system, and mine the coin lol.

Same as any other coin. Hope you've got some power if you're going solo.

I've tried it the same as other coins.. doesn't seem to like me much. Historically I've used the demon executables, but this coin only provides the qt gui executable. I made a config file and fired it up with the server param, but can't get any systems to connect. I can telnet so the rpcport is open, but the systems can't connect otherwise.

Vesper- make sure your tagcoin.conf file is configured correctly.  If you want, post it here to verify that it is set up correctly.  If it is, you just need to make sure your client is up to date, and you should be able to solo-mine.

As per previous posts on the topic:

listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcuser=myuser
rpcpassword=mypass
rpcallowip=*
rpcport=10500
port=8623

i fire up QT with -server, and the GUI loads. Port 10500 can be telnetted into and it's looking for json/rpc connect stuff. cgminer can't connect to it though.

Cgminer stuff, I'm using BAMT, so like my other solo mining stuff I have it defined as a pool connection:

"url":"ip:10500",
"user":"myuser",
"pass":"mypass"

The rest is pretty much automated.

Update - Just realized I had a typo in my password! DOH! Haha.. wow, it's always something simple.

Next question: When I solo with BTC daemon, I have to specify a payout address. For TAG, since it's using the qt gui, will it simply know to use the address I have defined in TAG?

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November 04, 2013, 05:23:40 PM
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Post your cgminer command line as well.
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November 04, 2013, 05:33:48 PM
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i fire up QT with -server, and the GUI loads. Port 10500 can be telnetted into and it's looking for json/rpc connect stuff. cgminer can't connect to it though.

Although it's not the problem, if you set the .conf file with server=1, you don't need to add the -server switch when starting tagcoin-qt.

Also, set rpcallowip=127.0.0.1.  I'm not sure if it works with outside IPs, but it always works for me with 127.0.0.1.  Of course, if you have a mining farm, you'll be setting multiple IPs.

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November 04, 2013, 05:34:38 PM
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Stupid typo.. it was a mistyped password.

Next 2 questions:

1. For payout, do I need to specify an address in the config file, or will TAG use the one in the QT/GUI file?

2. Is it possible for me to point multiple machines at the single instance of TAG-QT for mining?

i fire up QT with -server, and the GUI loads. Port 10500 can be telnetted into and it's looking for json/rpc connect stuff. cgminer can't connect to it though.

Although it's not the problem, if you set the .conf file with server=1, you don't need to add the -server switch when starting tagcoin-qt.

Also, set rpcallowip=127.0.0.1.  I'm not sure if it works with outside IPs, but it always works for me with 127.0.0.1.  Of course, if you have a mining farm, you'll be setting multiple IPs.

Yeah the server flag is redundant, I kept it there just for posterity.

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November 04, 2013, 05:35:39 PM
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Next question: When I solo with BTC daemon, I have to specify a payout address. For TAG, since it's using the qt gui, will it simply know to use the address I have defined in TAG?

Any blocks found and confirmed will be credited to the tagcoin-qt address.

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November 04, 2013, 05:40:13 PM
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Stupid typo.. it was a mistyped password.

Next 2 questions:

1. For payout, do I need to specify an address in the config file, or will TAG use the one in the QT/GUI file?

2. Is it possible for me to point multiple machines at the single instance of TAG-QT for mining?

i fire up QT with -server, and the GUI loads. Port 10500 can be telnetted into and it's looking for json/rpc connect stuff. cgminer can't connect to it though.

Although it's not the problem, if you set the .conf file with server=1, you don't need to add the -server switch when starting tagcoin-qt.

Also, set rpcallowip=127.0.0.1.  I'm not sure if it works with outside IPs, but it always works for me with 127.0.0.1.  Of course, if you have a mining farm, you'll be setting multiple IPs.

Yeah the server flag is redundant, I kept it there just for posterity.


2.  Yes and works with external IPs as well.  Just need to add them to the rpcallowip. 

I had 8MH solo for 14 hours and then gave up after no block found.  Good luck.


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November 04, 2013, 05:42:03 PM
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Next question: When I solo with BTC daemon, I have to specify a payout address. For TAG, since it's using the qt gui, will it simply know to use the address I have defined in TAG?

Any blocks found and confirmed will be credited to the tagcoin-qt address.

That's what I was thinking. Just wanted extra reassurance, thanks.

2.  Yes and works with external IPs as well.  Just need to add them to the rpcallowip. 

I had 8MH solo for 14 hours and then gave up after no block found.  Good luck.


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Awesome.. thanks. Best of luck to you. Figured I'd give it a shot. I've got more power than that, but with only 4-6 I've been finding blocks on my own via pools. Figured it was worth a shot to see what happens.

I'll post my results after 6 hours.

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November 04, 2013, 06:17:57 PM
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Goodluck guys! I hope you are Lucky.
I don't really have the hashpower to solo mine, but Torzsy's pool (http://tag.cryptominer.net/index.php?page=home) is working fine for me. About 180 MH/z now and an average time per round of +/- 25 minutes Wink

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November 04, 2013, 06:35:44 PM
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I'll go ahead and post this here before I make a [ANN] post.

TAGMining.Com mining pool is now up and running.

I won't blow smoke... it's a pretty standard pool, nothing new... just giving people options.

1% fee.
Standard 200 confirms to payout.
LP & stratum
Server located in San Francisco, CA, USA.

I will personally pay out 10 TAG to the first block finder, 5 TAG to the next 4, and then 2 TAG for the next 5.  These rewards will be paid when the 10th block is confirmed, so if you found multiple blocks I can pay you in one transaction.  I will be looking at how feasible it is to reward the block finder with a little extra TAG.  mmcFE offers it now in the configs, so I might just implement it in the future.

I started a litecoin pool a while back, but never really gained any following.  I figured I'd test this out again and see where it goes.

I'm open to all community suggestions if the pool is successful.

Let me know how it goes.  If there are any issues, please let me know via PM so I can correct them ASAP.

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