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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1161687 times)
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July 03, 2018, 08:11:26 AM
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should make this algo nicehash resistant, those tards that buy hash when diff is low to screw regular miners of coin then leaves when diff is high then just waits for low diff again
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July 03, 2018, 08:22:23 AM
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should make this algo nicehash resistant, those tards that buy hash when diff is low to screw regular miners of coin then leaves when diff is high then just waits for low diff again
Totaly agree!! NiceHash and multi-algo miners are cancer of crypto.

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July 03, 2018, 08:35:48 AM
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people focus too much on anti asic where networks attacks used nicehash and other hash rentals to underpin decentralization and do double spending, we should boycott nicehash and other hash rentals or devs can make the pow work like they cant exploit low diff, like get in on low diff the when high diff kicks in they leave and rinse n repeat and makes other miners who is consistently running the network get less because we are left to run the network on high diff and they get in on low diff
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July 03, 2018, 01:38:39 PM
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RVN coin is the better POW coin since 2018, and many miners are mining it.
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July 03, 2018, 03:06:28 PM
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July 03, 2018, 04:41:04 PM
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should make this algo nicehash resistant, those tards that buy hash when diff is low to screw regular miners of coin then leaves when diff is high then just waits for low diff again

That sounds like a joke but it's a sad reality, there are many lazy miners who are giving hashing power to thieves and, maybe unknowingly, create problems to coin users and faithful miners who want to support a coin.

I haven't tried NiceHash, I just read through their fees and "reward" scheme and realized it's not profitable nor healthy for the ecosystem to work with them. I've tried some multi algo pools though and after a month of trial I made sure they are thieves.

RVN might be ASIC resistant (AFAIK) but unfortunately as long as people use NH and the like there will be diff issues.
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July 04, 2018, 03:43:26 AM
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ok than why mining going down if diff is the same? from 310 to 230 in 1 month.. my mining rig is the same?does anyone have similiar experiance with rvn mining?
Most probably your pool.
The amount of blocks it is getting and time intervals between blocks, total pool hashrate the number of workers, your share rate, etc.
E.g.
If difficulty the same but you are getting less... and your pool is getting the same amount blocks - it's probably because there are more miners or higher hashrates taking more shares of each block reward or your hash rate has dropped or your rejected shares have increased.
or...
If difficulty the same but you are getting less... and the pool hashrate is the same, check that your pool is still lucky and getting the same amount of blocks at the same time interval.
etc etc.
You have to know your pool well to understand what is happening and test other pools if you see that you are not getting what you think you should.

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July 04, 2018, 03:45:17 AM
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ok than why mining going down if diff is the same? from 310 to 230 in 1 month.. my mining rig is the same?does anyone have similiar experiance with rvn mining?

FPGA mining cards and because someone has paid over 7.5 million USD to develop asics with FPGA integrated to handle the algo change. This also means asics are now theoretically
re-programmable making them more versatile, capable of jumping from coin to coin.

They work more shares so they take more coins.

They have slowly built up as people have left to mine other coins, making GPU payout lower while maintaining relative difficulty and net hash.  

This also means price will continue to drop overall in the short to medium time frame.

No Algo is asic resistant. Asic resistance is a fairy tale.

Asics have a very short half life, so you'r not being told as the asic developer/purchaser needs to protect the investment on the asics until they hit their ROI target.

When there is a large amount of FIAT to be earned, you will never be told the entire truth, especially in an age when trolling public posts is more important than sharing facts and understanding.

example:
Fast forward to 12:45
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3i3jpJqgoo&t=1573s
It's ASIC resistant.
...not ASIC proof, FPGA resistant, or FPGA proof.

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July 04, 2018, 04:04:27 AM
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just another "lol" coiin xD
Hmmm...
interesting in-depth analysis of the algo and white paper.
To elaborate for the noobs...
Once the hard fork occurs to incorporate the lol-beta which will 2x the use of the letter "i" in the word "coin". RVN will moon.

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July 04, 2018, 04:08:56 AM
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Good morning DEV's.
I suppose it is a very nice project.
Rational design, riveting results.
Don't jump off your seat with excitement mate, you'll pull a muscle.

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July 04, 2018, 04:24:55 AM
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What the hell is happenning with the price of RVN. It’s driving me nuts. Is it another story of price manipulation?

I don't understand what's wrong with the price of RVN specifically. I see that every coin first fell a lot and then the last 6 days or so has been increasing in value little by little.
RVN had an about average price action in comparison to other coins, even considerably more positive sometimes (again, compared to other coins).
It will happen.
Currently it is a miners coins it will need to also become a traders coin and an investors coin.
Miners love mining it and purchasing a little bit more when the price is low.
There are a few investors and some traders.
Once more things happen e.g. the Asset layer and large exchanges, which will help it get in a few headlines more investors and traders will come.

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July 04, 2018, 04:48:57 AM
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What the hell is happenning with the price of RVN. It’s driving me nuts. Is it another story of price manipulation?

I don't understand what's wrong with the price of RVN specifically. I see that every coin first fell a lot and then the last 6 days or so has been increasing in value little by little.
RVN had an about average price action in comparison to other coins, even considerably more positive sometimes (again, compared to other coins).
It will happen.
Currently it is a miners coins it will need to also become a traders coin and an investors coin.
Miners love mining it and purchasing a little bit more when the price is low.
There are a few investors and some traders.
Once more things happen e.g. the Asset layer and large exchanges, which will help it get in a few headlines more investors and traders will come.
It is indeed very true when prices are on the bottom, an awful lot of miners coins bought it for investors.
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July 04, 2018, 12:34:00 PM
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ok than why mining going down if diff is the same? from 310 to 230 in 1 month.. my mining rig is the same?does anyone have similiar experiance with rvn mining?

FPGA mining cards and because someone has paid over 7.5 million USD to develop asics with FPGA integrated to handle the algo change. This also means asics are now theoretically
re-programmable making them more versatile, capable of jumping from coin to coin.

They work more shares so they take more coins.

They have slowly built up as people have left to mine other coins, making GPU payout lower while maintaining relative difficulty and net hash.  

This also means price will continue to drop overall in the short to medium time frame.

No Algo is asic resistant. Asic resistance is a fairy tale.

Asics have a very short half life, so you'r not being told as the asic developer/purchaser needs to protect the investment on the asics until they hit their ROI target.

When there is a large amount of FIAT to be earned, you will never be told the entire truth, especially in an age when trolling public posts is more important than sharing facts and understanding.

example:
Fast forward to 12:45
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3i3jpJqgoo&t=1573s
It's ASIC resistant.
...not ASIC proof, FPGA resistant, or FPGA proof.

FPGA is once again a joke and has no added value just like last time they tried and failed.   
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July 04, 2018, 02:28:23 PM
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fpga has been mining since last year and is why theyr pushing for anti asics so that they retain there edge against gpu miners and theyr secretly doing that ever since and were just pawnd beleiving about going against asics while they gigglng at the back while mining with fpga

all the while people dont know before asics are developed they prototype it first on fpga until they get the optimized setup
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July 04, 2018, 03:47:24 PM
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Hello guys,

Do you have any idea why the prices goes down ? Is there any bad new or scam risk ?

Thanks
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July 04, 2018, 07:42:42 PM
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Hello guys,

Do you have any idea why the prices goes down ? Is there any bad new or scam risk ?

Thanks

This guy who posted a few days ago has a good explanation with which I totally agree.
In short, RVN gives miners good reasons to get involved, but few reasons for investors. Also there are not enough exchanges available for traders to jump in.

What the hell is happenning with the price of RVN. It’s driving me nuts. Is it another story of price manipulation?

I don't understand what's wrong with the price of RVN specifically. I see that every coin first fell a lot and then the last 6 days or so has been increasing in value little by little.
RVN had an about average price action in comparison to other coins, even considerably more positive sometimes (again, compared to other coins).
It will happen.
Currently it is a miners coins it will need to also become a traders coin and an investors coin.
Miners love mining it and purchasing a little bit more when the price is low.
There are a few investors and some traders.
Once more things happen e.g. the Asset layer and large exchanges, which will help it get in a few headlines more investors and traders will come.
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July 04, 2018, 07:54:15 PM
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Thats all. RVN RIP....
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Last edit: July 04, 2018, 08:49:28 PM by mindrust
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I can't believe I bought some @600-700 satoshi not so long ago. It doesn't matter now. I would rather prefer to delete my priv keys instead of dumping them for pennies.

Being a decentralized coin is all good. We don't need massive paid shilling, that's OK too. But one way or the other, we need a story of what is going on about the project. Without a story, people will just lose their interest and that's a natural process. Can't blame them for this.

We'll get our story back when Raven does a hard fork and gets assets, I hope.

Burstcoin is also like Raven. Developing, developing and developing more and yet nobody's shilling. Shills come in handy sometimes, they keep the attention alive. It is sad that I am the expert when it comes to find shill-free coins.  Cool

About nicehash,

You don't need to worry about it. Nobody will use nicehash to mine raven unless raven goes very high in a short time and stays very profitable. I am not seeing it. And mining a coin which changes algos constantly is not something an average nicehash user would want to see. (They want stable income, not interested in lotteries)

Nobody will bother with FPGA's neither, again unless Raven becomes very big, it is not happening.




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July 04, 2018, 08:38:11 PM
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Thats all. RVN RIP....
Not RIP, She's like Snow White... The dwarfs thinks she's dead.
One major movement, she'll come back kicking.

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I can't believe I bought some @600-700 satoshi not so long ago. It doesn't matter now. I would rather prefer to delete my priv keys instead of dumping them for pennies.

Being a decentralized coin is all good. We don't need massive paid shilling, that's OK too. But one way or the other, we need a story of what is going on about the project. Without a story, people will just lose their interest and that's a natural process. Can't blame them for this.


I lost interest in Bitcoin in 2011. It got boring and I slowly lost my private keys over time.
If you are pessimistic right now it is understandable but just put your private keys somewhere you can access them in a year or more and you can come back a happy man.

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