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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1161699 times)
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April 17, 2018, 05:55:33 AM
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Finally the difficulty is going down.  I hope this continues into the hard fork. 
what hard fork

"The core developers are currently focused on building the asset layer which will allow Ravencoin to facilitate the transfer of assets.  There is a hard-fork planned for the network to implement this additional asset layer in around October/November 2018 time frame.  This hard-fork will not create multiple coins as it will be an upgrade and the balance that you currently have will be transferred over to the new chain.  No additional coins will be given out from the fork."
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April 17, 2018, 06:03:45 AM
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Finally the difficulty is going down.  I hope this continues into the hard fork. 
what hard fork

"The core developers are currently focused on building the asset layer which will allow Ravencoin to facilitate the transfer of assets.  There is a hard-fork planned for the network to implement this additional asset layer in around October/November 2018 time frame.  This hard-fork will not create multiple coins as it will be an upgrade and the balance that you currently have will be transferred over to the new chain.  No additional coins will be given out from the fork."
Phase 2 Asset Support
https://github.com/RavenProject/Ravencoin/blob/master/roadmap/README.md

Ravencoin (RVN) Decentralised: RHE9Pys8aQ47G28PYhC2umaT7ouNvtpXkU
Hanacoin (HANA) Centralised: HJzbjF8YUcETVB6K23o84aRY7wBirzJNrr
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April 17, 2018, 06:17:07 AM
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I've been mining at https://mineit.virtopia.ca/

The pool is only at 14GH - but has been very lucky. I'm liking it better than the other pools I've been on.

I was wondering about Virtopia - they were having a lot of disconnects at the beginning. Has it been sorted?
I'm kicking around on www.omegapool.cc
I kind of like it. There are lulls e.g 14 hrs but then there is an influx of 4 or 5 blocks then a couple more later in the day. With current numbers of miners and 30 MHs I get around 22 coins per block. So I'm on par with what I was getting per week on other pools
If we can get a few days without the lulls I'll sneak ahead.
I messaged the pool on their chat to see if they can analyse if it is certain algos that are causing the lulls.

Ravencoin (RVN) Decentralised: RHE9Pys8aQ47G28PYhC2umaT7ouNvtpXkU
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April 17, 2018, 06:21:08 AM
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hey guys, are we discussing about hard fork with a BOT ? Grin Grin
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April 17, 2018, 08:47:16 AM
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hey guys, are we discussing about hard fork with a BOT ? Grin Grin

> Cover blown
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> New account created "skablast_2"

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April 17, 2018, 09:56:33 AM
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Hi, I am wondering what are the better cards hashing at?
I have 1070 at 70TDP +150 core +500 mem I am getting about 9MH/s per card.
I want to buy 1070ti or 1080, but I am not sure about the hashrate.
On whattomine I see it should be 8MH for 1070, 10MH for 1070ti and 10.5MH per 1080
On ravencalc it is 7.5MH 1070, 9.5 for 1070ti and 12 for 1080.

I red here, that whattomine should be closer to real performance, but from cost perspective I am wondering what to buy next 1070ti or 1080. Same TDP but slightly lower hashrates 0.5 according to whattomine, but 3.0 according ravencalc. Which numbers are real.
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April 17, 2018, 10:12:35 AM
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Sign a message using private key to that account. Send it to BigZim and see what happens.

BigZim doesn't responds. Tried it, no response whatsoever.
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April 17, 2018, 10:17:35 AM
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Anyone found a stable miner for AMD cards, where the hashrate is not constantly fluctuating like a madman? I would like to try to mine the coin again, but want to know if there's a stable miner already, because last time I tried to mine it I had to re-install my whole OS due to unexplained circumstances, don't wanna risk to go through this again Cheesy
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April 17, 2018, 10:22:01 AM
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And still rising

https://rvn.hash4.life/address/RWXTRxy1zmzwZCqM3K2VU9Cv81fB1SNfPK

Currently 103.550.000 RVN coins.
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April 17, 2018, 10:24:35 AM
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hey guys, are we discussing about hard fork with a BOT ? Grin Grin

Hi! We are forced to discuss the fork with the one who answers us. A lot of questions, but developers can not answer all. It's very sad
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April 17, 2018, 10:47:31 AM
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Anyone found a stable miner for AMD cards, where the hashrate is not constantly fluctuating like a madman? I would like to try to mine the coin again, but want to know if there's a stable miner already, because last time I tried to mine it I had to re-install my whole OS due to unexplained circumstances, don't wanna risk to go through this again Cheesy
I'm mining with GGS gatelessgateshark under windows  and I have 8 mhs average with Rx580 8gb since two days. Then its a rotating algos, so number keep changing but that's the average I got
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April 17, 2018, 10:56:51 AM
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More problems with threeyed and people are still in it? is this for real? I can't believe how stup** people can be, obviously they can. No wonder RVN value goes down every day.

BigZim keep stealing from them!!! when they don't learn once, do it again and again and again, they won't learn ever! keep it up, you'll make a lot of money through Ravencoin project. Funny, but I support you know LOL.

PROVE IT or STOP the Slander!

BigZim closed the mining pool days ago. Paid everyone what they were due. He is/has been on discord looking up everyone's account, one by one, that claimed they were shorted. Turns out that BigZim did all that could be done, stole nothing, helped everyone.

So before you slander him - prove it.

http://mine.threeeyed.info/workers/RN3yyFxxWeSzeT3FtDLsKSAmY32MvT142d

Unpaid.  I accuse no one of theft.  I am owed RVN by 3i.  

Sign a message using private key to that account. Send it to BigZim and see what happens.

Thanks.  I’m not concerned about the 4 bucks but the statement was made that BigZim paid everyone out. I was not paid out.  It is a small amount but I’m not going on discord or sending him a signed message.  He should just pay it it is obviously in the database.  And that pool should never have been listed on the original ANN as a “community supported” pool.

I’m only writing it here because people should know that the right thing was *not* done.   Maybe it was attempted but not accomplished. So if there is a future pool run by BigZim people can make their own judgment.


Totally agree. I'm also missing around 400 RVN from threeeyed http://mine.threeeyed.info/workers/RWxkpjFa8SAAMeK1L2ZaWj8zXxmnDqcGzq
I'm not on discord and not planing to sign in.

Threeeyed was listed here as an official community pool

same. its not much (but much is relative since you plan in future value not current value) so ive cut my lossses and moved on but its a thing of principle.
especially since he (bigzim) removed the evidence hes asking for by nullifying the matured data and than asks for a "proof". laughable.
whats more embarassing are community members here attacking people that had losses. but with this mindset they have their share of probs in the world and at work. so, whatever.
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April 17, 2018, 11:23:44 AM
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And still rising

https://rvn.hash4.life/address/RWXTRxy1zmzwZCqM3K2VU9Cv81fB1SNfPK

Currently 103.840.000 RVN coins.

In one hour +290.000 RVN coins. If this is some big miner address just to congratulate. Nice gain.
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April 17, 2018, 11:54:08 AM
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Anyone found a stable miner for AMD cards, where the hashrate is not constantly fluctuating like a madman? I would like to try to mine the coin again, but want to know if there's a stable miner already, because last time I tried to mine it I had to re-install my whole OS due to unexplained circumstances, don't wanna risk to go through this again Cheesy

Hashrates fluctuating is a feature of the algorithm. It has 16 different algortihmes built in to make it more ASIC resistance. So fluctuating hashrates has nothing to do with miner stability.
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April 17, 2018, 11:58:06 AM
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More problems with threeyed and people are still in it? is this for real? I can't believe how stup** people can be, obviously they can. No wonder RVN value goes down every day.

BigZim keep stealing from them!!! when they don't learn once, do it again and again and again, they won't learn ever! keep it up, you'll make a lot of money through Ravencoin project. Funny, but I support you know LOL.

PROVE IT or STOP the Slander!

BigZim closed the mining pool days ago. Paid everyone what they were due. He is/has been on discord looking up everyone's account, one by one, that claimed they were shorted. Turns out that BigZim did all that could be done, stole nothing, helped everyone.

So before you slander him - prove it.

http://mine.threeeyed.info/workers/RN3yyFxxWeSzeT3FtDLsKSAmY32MvT142d

Unpaid.  I accuse no one of theft.  I am owed RVN by 3i.  

Sign a message using private key to that account. Send it to BigZim and see what happens.

Thanks.  I’m not concerned about the 4 bucks but the statement was made that BigZim paid everyone out. I was not paid out.  It is a small amount but I’m not going on discord or sending him a signed message.  He should just pay it it is obviously in the database.  And that pool should never have been listed on the original ANN as a “community supported” pool.

I’m only writing it here because people should know that the right thing was *not* done.   Maybe it was attempted but not accomplished. So if there is a future pool run by BigZim people can make their own judgment.


Totally agree. I'm also missing around 400 RVN from threeeyed http://mine.threeeyed.info/workers/RWxkpjFa8SAAMeK1L2ZaWj8zXxmnDqcGzq
I'm not on discord and not planing to sign in.

Threeeyed was listed here as an official community pool

same. its not much (but much is relative since you plan in future value not current value) so ive cut my lossses and moved on but its a thing of principle.
especially since he (bigzim) removed the evidence hes asking for by nullifying the matured data and than asks for a "proof". laughable.
whats more embarassing are community members here attacking people that had losses. but with this mindset they have their share of probs in the world and at work. so, whatever.

Blockchain does not lie.

What have been asked, is that you send RVN coins to another adress, with a private signed message, and let the network decide if you have the coins or not. Since the blockchain is the trustee and not YOU, if the blockchain consensus is that you don't have enough coins ( that you say you do ) in your wallet, then the transaction gets rejected, thus proving that you never had the coins in the first place.

If you can't understand this, you are really in the wrong space. BigZim could have handled things better, iagree, but ALL the tools are available for everyone to use, to PROVE that you own those coins or not. this literally has 0 to do with the pool.

BigZim can't erase actually "matured" coins on the network. So yes for the gods sake, PROVE THOSE COINS ARE YOURS OR PLEASE STOP SLANDERING OTHER PEOPLE.
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April 17, 2018, 01:22:50 PM
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There is no need to yell.  In the future people can make their own judgment.  I mined for a day and was not paid.  It’s that simple.  Nobody needs a signed messsge to pay coins out of a pool this is nonsense.
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April 17, 2018, 01:40:14 PM
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There is no need to yell.  In the future people can make their own judgment.  I mined for a day and was not paid.  It’s that simple.  Nobody needs a signed messsge to pay coins out of a pool this is nonsense.
The message is not to get payment, it is to prove that you own that address. I expect there are many idiots trying to claim coins that don't belong to them. Hence the signed message. But if you would rather complain rather than take reasonable action that's up to you.
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April 17, 2018, 01:56:34 PM
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Ravencoin Miner: an optimized open source miner created specifically for Ravencoin.
v2.5
Optimizations to all hash functions:
bmw, jh, blake, groestl, keccak, skein, luffa, cubehash, echo, shavite, simd, fugue, hamsi, shabal, whirlpool, sha
v2.4
Cubehash and Keccak Optimizations
Can color RVN/day line with secondary release Ravencoin Miner v2.4 (COLOR)
   Note: See color.txt
v2.3
Fix miner not submitting shares when Hamsi was first Hash function!
6% increase in overall hash rate!
v2.2
Kraww!
Added estimate for RVN earned per day (displays every 5th share)

https://github.com/Ravencoin-Miner/Ravencoin/releases

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April 17, 2018, 02:12:15 PM
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I've been mining at https://mineit.virtopia.ca/

The pool is only at 14GH - but has been very lucky. I'm liking it better than the other pools I've been on.

I was wondering about Virtopia - they were having a lot of disconnects at the beginning. Has it been sorted?

I was "ported" over to Virtopia from 3i. Quickly I switched to Suprnova until I saw that payments were going through at Virtopia. Once Virtopia hit blocks, which was right away, payments went out without issues.

~Suprnova and Ravenminer are good mining sites. Despite the trolling remarks you read,"I not getting all my hash rate," they are one/two of the largest pools for a reason. Over the course of a couple of days/week, you get paid exactly what the calculator figures it should be. They are so large, they are the market mining rate.

~Virtopia is 3% the size of those guys. Statistically, it's going to swing more than the big guys. There will be periods of more payouts and periods of slower payouts. Lately, its been better for me. In theory, over a long period, they should all pay the same. But in reality, because I live in the short term, this isn't true. I received more coins on RVNPool and Threeeye than I did with the other sites - lucky? maybe, but still coins in the purse.

The question now is - how lucky will I be at what ever site I pick. If it's Ravenminer or Suprnova, it's not luck, it's just statistical payout rate. If Virtopia is lucky, like 3i and RVNPool, and stay's relatively small (ideally right around 2% - 5% of the total hash rate, with no whales in the pool), then I believe that it's possible to get a small edge on my mining - say up to 5-10% better return than the big guys.

And it's just more fun to follow - kind of like hitting a hot streak in Vegas. God that's a great feeling!
The dice are out. Come on Virtopia, Daddy needs a new Lambo.... Wink
https://mineit.virtopia.ca/getting_started

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April 17, 2018, 03:07:47 PM
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 ..you are really in the wrong space.. ..PROVE THOSE COINS ARE YOURS OR PLEASE STOP SLANDERING OTHER PEOPLE.

chill, dude. youre hilarious.

ppl already tried to contact him

Sign a message using private key to that account. Send it to BigZim and see what happens.

BigZim doesn't responds. Tried it, no response whatsoever.
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