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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1161549 times)
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May 18, 2018, 09:58:47 AM
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Can this coin be 20$ in 10 years? I have 14081.59990099

In ten years anything is possible. It sure would be nice. I just mined my first 1000 RVN.
not sure about 20$ and project perspercitve in 10 years, but i`m almost sure that the price might increase a lot this year. the diff is probably to skyrocket in few months because of FPGAs spreading

if somepme will made a fpga for this  then no more gpu mining for this to . as it worse than asic  . do you think its possible for this algo ? maybe hard but i read that it can be done to bed its only asic proof and no fpga proof or am i wrong ?.

You are correct that x16r is ASIC resistant, but there's not much that can be done to make it FPGA resistant at this time.
Suppose it`s already exists or very close for release; not sure where that guy got the hashrate, but:
X16R: 2 cards daisy chained get 600MH/s total (1 card worth around 4-5k USD)
(link here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3459858.msg36162701#msg36162701)


8k for 600 mhs lol , add on top of it all the work you have to do and custom cooling setups since these things have no heatsinks or fans

i can do 500 or so mhs of x16 for like 6k , now the huge difference could be the power savings though
with what setup you can do 500 mh with 6k?
the power consumption is also the key, as 2 FPGA runs around 300-400 wh, while any other setup for same hashrate will have x15-x20 power consumption

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May 18, 2018, 10:42:58 AM
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There's always a risk with new coins, especially when they tend to be more mysterious and not completely transparent at the beginning as to what they represent and what their plans are for the future. So there is a risk with Ravencoin as well at this point as there are still many unknown, but higher risks seem to pay well if the situation tends to turn out to be for the better.
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May 18, 2018, 12:22:15 PM
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What is the main purpose of the Ravencoin? Is Ravencoin itself already a person who knows and follows it?

Its use case is for tokenizing assets, and its heavily backed by Overstock / T0.  They're (Medici Ventures) working on the asset layer now, but are also planning on building in reward (dividend), messaging, and voting function into it, so it would be geared for a token exchange like T0.  Given that, it seems like a pretty high probability that it will mature into its planned use case for tokenized security exchanges, which is projected to be a multi trillion dollar market in the coming years. Bruce Fenton is sort of driving the project, but he's been steadfast since it's not truely a corporation's coin and there was no ICO or premine for it, that he isn't  the authority for the coin.  ravencoin.org for more info, or pop in the discord.
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May 18, 2018, 01:06:48 PM
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Raven is good for mining nvidia
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May 18, 2018, 01:42:28 PM
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Raven is good for mining nvidia

I wonder how many Nvidias I can mine with 200 Ravens... Roll Eyes
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May 18, 2018, 01:58:01 PM
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Raven is good for mining nvidia

I wonder how many Nvidias I can mine with 200 Ravens... Roll Eyes

haha Cheesy nice one :DD:D:D
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May 18, 2018, 03:42:59 PM
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Silent Miner v1.1.0

Windows and Linux

Updated kernels
Increases to stability
Increased power efficiency

Windows:
https://mega.nz/#!2K5z1TyD!cmsFagv_lmVyBy_2KO8iQSI9vNoRpZ92etAFjFoz9FQ

Linux:
https://mega.nz/#!CXAXmbDD!jX1GhHdvgM8rqELZGgPZgGzy2CoAJ0tknXtte2wMyoo
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May 18, 2018, 04:38:22 PM
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Enemy Ver 1.10 (Public)

https://mega.nz/#!8bJTVAAL!o6a6CdiqBnQ4jbEQae0yuW4F3JDf24Ny7ieWjKjTXJw

For Windows (Cuda 9.1)
zealot/enemy-1.10 (z-enemy)  From: Dk & Enemy

- Fixed compatibility issues that resulted in performance degradation with some non-yiimp pools. Now you'll see the expected hashrate on them (suprnova).

- Kernels speed improvements : (1.09b vs 1.10) +1-2% total (all algos) and +1-2% for x16r &x16s.

- Support & impove new algo : Tribus (-a tribus) , recommended intensity for Tribus 20-21. +5% speed vs 1.09b ( Service release)

For Linux ( HiveOS & Ubuntu )
Cuda 8.0
https://mega.nz/#!5HoHxSYR!YgTmDLTipVSb6HEUplrV_FHFLOFDOWUuSg69kFTDrY8
Cuda 9.0
https://mega.nz/#!YGIFXZiT!cLA8C4G6Qk79MzlnQSWcI5YCMSY8Q6eLBweG92lFf-I
Cuda 9.1
https://mega.nz/#!gf4ACYjb!LKIzQitOUBi6Xn7PZ0M-HfrXqP0krNMRw5nkRfkJqyY

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May 18, 2018, 04:49:35 PM
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ccminer works but its like 30 prrcent slower than z-enemy miner, or have you been able to test solo mining with z-enemy? I don't think it has the same commands either

Yes ccminer is slower but I don´t know if z-enemy supports switch "--coinbase-addr" which is necessary for solo mining. I haven´t tried it.
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May 18, 2018, 08:08:00 PM
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ccminer works but its like 30 prrcent slower than z-enemy miner, or have you been able to test solo mining with z-enemy? I don't think it has the same commands either

Yes ccminer is slower but I don´t know if z-enemy supports switch "--coinbase-addr" which is necessary for solo mining. I haven´t tried it.
solo mining to wallet is a bust , after an hr or so the rigs pointed to the wallet stop submitting shares

i dont think the wallet is set up to handle 15 or more connections for a long period of time it seems to bog down.

tried wallets on serveral dedicated machines, 3 to 4 rigs per wallet seems the max, which is impractical.

a yiimp instance and local stratum seems the only way
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May 19, 2018, 12:51:26 AM
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May 19, 2018, 02:26:32 AM
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YAS!!!  More exchange support.  Let's continue to hammering on exchanges to get that volume pumping.
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May 19, 2018, 02:40:17 AM
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There's always a risk with new coins, especially when they tend to be more mysterious and not completely transparent at the beginning as to what they represent and what their plans are for the future. So there is a risk with Ravencoin as well at this point as there are still many unknown, but higher risks seem to pay well if the situation tends to turn out to be for the better.
I agree! The risk for the new currency is that all information is mysterious in the dark. It makes the community suspicious and many questions around the project.
According to a contributor, this is a reasonable project that everyone can build and contribute. Very good! But in those contributions, the builder must be screened, organize contributions so the project can grow? How does the algorithm change affect the future of the project?
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May 19, 2018, 04:56:51 AM
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I've been mining Raven for the past month but this week has been much less profitable.  I'm mining using Nevermore and am using Pickaxe Pro as the pool.  Did something happen to cause profits to drop 30% this week? 
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May 19, 2018, 06:46:21 AM
Last edit: May 19, 2018, 07:59:18 AM by CryptoSperm
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Concerning FPGA's Will it be ridiculously expensive to use?  I'm understanding that you need an ASIC for each algo (16 different ASICs) and then the FPGA to control them.  Only one ASIC would be used at a time wasting 15 other ASICs.  
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May 19, 2018, 07:07:14 AM
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Hi all,

I have put my many hours of tweaking tested forked version of ccminer up here if anyone would like to use it, no dev fee just donate if you like it, all code is up, will be continuing to tweak and find any gains possible. Compiled on windows VS so windows binary is up in release folder, if someone wants to do linux feel free. I am doing starting Visual Profiler tool tweaking to see where more gains might be.

https://github.com/Nigeleyeit/ccminer-The1-x16r-s
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May 19, 2018, 07:27:13 AM
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I've been mining Raven for the past month but this week has been much less profitable.  I'm mining using Nevermore and am using Pickaxe Pro as the pool.  Did something happen to cause profits to drop 30% this week? 
Profits as in coins per day or dollar per day? The price went down a bit with added difficulty or rather difficulty swings this could add up to 30% less dollar per day.

Mining and investment blog - https://swisscryptominer.blogspot.ch
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May 19, 2018, 08:34:26 AM
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Concerning FPGA's Will it be ridiculously expensive to use?  I'm understanding that you need an ASIC for each algo (16 different ASICs) and then the FPGA to control them.  Only one ASIC would be used at a time wasting 15 other ASICs.  

Hopefully nobody's stupid enough to try such thing. I don't even need to mention that using them separately would be more profitable and even if someone does it, devs will just make a modification on the algo and ruin his whole setup so It won't be an issue as far as I see.




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May 19, 2018, 09:44:55 AM
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Or you can simply mine other coins with ASIC and than buy raven...
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May 19, 2018, 09:58:27 AM
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Or you can simply mine other coins with ASIC and than buy raven...

Good idea it is worth to buy this coin while this is at early stages sometimes I mine this but most of the time I like to keep buying it is like to exchange this with other projects. This project will get real attention in future at the moment this is just moving with normal speed.
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