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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1161699 times)
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July 20, 2018, 10:35:10 PM
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Which is the best performing Nvidia miner right now? It's been a while since I last checked in on that stuff.  Tongue

Probably z-enemy miner.. I believe it beats raven coin miner..

Do your own testing, but on my own rig 2x 960 gtx and 1x 1060 gtx i get 5-10 more RVN a day with my The1 build than anything else i can find, enemy, silentminer etc etc
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July 21, 2018, 02:37:35 AM
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My CCMiner updated to v1.5, source code and windows binary available on github below, includes more stats and speed, no dev fee.

https://github.com/Nigeleyeit/ccminer-The1-x16r-s/tree/linux/Release

WARNING, THIS MINER IS A DERIVATIVE OF NEMOS MINER WHICH WAS FOUND TO BE STEALING RVN FROM LOCAL WALLETS.

any proof?i wanna see cuz i used here no steal at all. hmmm strange  Roll Eyes
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July 21, 2018, 06:02:22 AM
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Which is the best performing Nvidia miner right now? It's been a while since I last checked in on that stuff.  Tongue

Probably z-enemy miner.. I believe it beats raven coin miner..

Do your own testing, but on my own rig 2x 960 gtx and 1x 1060 gtx i get 5-10 more RVN a day with my The1 build than anything else i can find, enemy, silentminer etc etc

Side by side tests were already done by Jackit, several of them in fact,  and all showed raven miner was not as fast...

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July 22, 2018, 12:52:20 AM
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Which is the best performing Nvidia miner right now? It's been a while since I last checked in on that stuff.  Tongue

Probably z-enemy miner.. I believe it beats raven coin miner..

Do your own testing, but on my own rig 2x 960 gtx and 1x 1060 gtx i get 5-10 more RVN a day with my The1 build than anything else i can find, enemy, silentminer etc etc

Side by side tests were already done by Jackit, several of them in fact,  and all showed raven miner was not as fast...

if they need improved code to tweak miner. that key for now~but for now us miner do follow by miner software. caution for dev is ok but that maybe that hardwork.
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July 22, 2018, 03:28:38 AM
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Ravencoin was launched on January 3, 2018, as a free, open source platform forked from the Bitcoin codebase.  Since that time, Ravencoin has operated as a fully functional network based on the Bitcoin UTXO model.  All coins have been fairly mined by a decentralized network of miners using the ASIC-resistant X16r algorithm.


Since the launch, developers have been actively working to add additional asset creation functionality to the Ravencoin core wallet client, as contemplated by Phase 2 (asset support) of the Ravencoin roadmap.


The Ravencoin community is now able to run the current core Ravencoin client in testnet mode, in order to generate addresses that will be able to receive testnet RVN.
On July 30, new asset layer features will be added to the core wallet client for use on Ravencoin’s test network.  These features are expected to include additional capabilities that will facilitate the native creation, issuance and transfer of asset tokens.  A revised version of the core client software will be made available for download on GitHub. This will allow for rigorous community testing of the native asset layer functionality — including the creation and issuance of testnet assets — in contemplation of the anticipated launch of this functionality on the mainnet in October.


This testnet network will be a completely independent secondary blockchain for testing purposes only, in which all tokens will have no intrinsic value and will not be traded on exchanges. The purpose of a testnet is to test features and functionality before introducing those features and functionality to the main blockchain.  It is a playground to experiment and test different features with almost no cost to transact or mine blocks.  During this testing phase, the Ravencoin blockchain itself will continue to maintain the same operation and functionality it has today.


To run your current wallet in testnet mode:
 
1. First shutdown your current full client wallet.
2. Create a shortcut to your raven-qt.exe with this in the target field:
   
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C:\Users\<username>\Path\to\executable\raven-qt.exe" –testnet
3. Open the wallet by clicking on the shortcut you just made, and let the blockchain sync fully

Don't worry, this will not interfere with your regular Raven wallet, just make sure both wallets are not running at the same time. For those who are technically inclined, running in testnet mode does not overwrite any of the blockchain data or wallet files of Ravencoin’s main network.   Instead, it will create a subfolder named testnet3 inside your data folder where all testnet related data and wallets reside.  If you would prefer to err on the side of caution, consider running your testnet wallet on a different computer.


There are currently a couple of tools available to assist you with testnet testing.   


After this testing period, it is anticipated that the community will consider adoption of the new asset-aware code. Activation will occur through the BIP9 consensus mechanism. More information on the activation process can be found here.
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July 22, 2018, 06:51:51 AM
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we need used testnet?or this just for test some features? Roll Eyes
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I have stored my RVN in desktop wallet downloaded using github for few months. Should I do something in order to be sure that my coins will remain safe when that test net will be made available at the end of this month ? It is hard to get information in decentralized project. That is good news to see network layer will be added which is upgrade in features.
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July 22, 2018, 10:19:03 PM
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I have stored my RVN in desktop wallet downloaded using github for few months. Should I do something in order to be sure that my coins will remain safe when that test net will be made available at the end of this month ? It is hard to get information in decentralized project. That is good news to see network layer will be added which is upgrade in features.

copy the private key offline and wallet.dat offline after you collected your RVN.
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July 23, 2018, 09:07:15 AM
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I have stored my RVN in desktop wallet downloaded using github for few months. Should I do something in order to be sure that my coins will remain safe when that test net will be made available at the end of this month ? It is hard to get information in decentralized project. That is good news to see network layer will be added which is upgrade in features.

keep backup before you test bro. or your will mess on chain. but what i know testnet and mainet is different.
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July 24, 2018, 06:24:23 AM
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What is with the hash for ravencoin? Why the big drop?
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July 24, 2018, 10:43:58 AM
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Question regarding Virtopia, I've been mining there with a 6 x 1060 rig, getting an average of 80 raven p/day with hash rates on the site on average 20 Mhps.

Has anyone got stats then can enlighten me with, or is Virtopia not paying correctly? Superminer is outputting on average 40 Mhps.

Its to low..  i think 150-180 with 6x1060.
So you are earning 1 $ a day with 6 gpu.. lol thats crazy. Electricity is more than 1$ a day ,so you are losing money every day?

It is normal for virtopia and other small pools. One day you hit 80 ravens the other day 200. This is a problem of smaller pools. When they don't hit a block, you'll not get paid. When a block is hit, you get paid after a block confirmation. When virtopia hits a difficult block, there is a longer period until you get paid, when it hits less difficult block, payments are more often.

I will try to calculate it for you, but those numbers are only rough estimates. Let's say the actual total hashrate on network is 1,200Th/s. Difficulty is adjusted so, that a block should be hit every minute. Meaning that all the pools get their share of blocks from the network according to their hashpower.  Let's say virtopia has hashrate 6.5 GH/s (last time i checked yesterday). 1200 / 6.5 ~ 185 So a block should be hit every 185 minutes on virtopia. When you get a block with difficulty 200% you have to multiply this number by 2 * 185 = 370 minutes and so on. If you hit a block with difficulty of 500% you won't get paid for almost 16 hours. However if you hit easy blocks with difficulty less then 100% you will get paid more then what you should be paid on average. Your hashrate is 20 MH/s, from the pools hashrate 6.5MH/s it is 1/325.  Virtopias pool fee is 1% So when a block is hit, 4950 ravens are distributed to the miners. With your hashrate of 20MH/s you should get 4950/325 = 15.23 Ravens per block, so only about 5 blocks have been hit during the last 24 hours that takes it to the 80 mentioned ravens per day. Those calculations might be a bit off, but you should be able to calculate the average from actual hashrate on network, pool and your rig.


Thanks for the in depth reply mate, yeah this is why I let it run for a few weeks. They have the loyalty reward system, which I was allowing to kick in also. But this seems to be ridiculous never was the pool paying out more then 100 raven a day, I've now switched to Minepool to give them a run and already they are paying out 200 raven a day, nothing changed except the pool.

Minepools average hash rate is matching my miners hash rate and my miner has consistent shares with only .05% rejected. It would seem to me that Virtopia either is being dodgy or the miner and Virtopia are not communicating correctly.

Virtopia stats reporting is a bit different, for most it works out well but for w/e reason a few people see consistently low reported hash. Keep that in mind that is graphical and if in doubt take the miners reported hashrate.

The pool has went from 4GH up to 30GH recently so it is more stable on blocks and paying out very well. it is also now a top 10 pool

https://exp.virtopia.ca/pools

Whoa, there is one address mining @28.45719 GH/s So this is where the hash is comming from. Must be some kind of a large farm or something. That is a hashpower of ~1400 x 1080TI's

No doubt this is a huge farm or are there even Asics for Ravencoin which work fine? That much hash power comes from a professional guy.

I think the creation of ASIC for ravencoin will destroy the coin. In addition to the stability to ASIC due to the change of algorithms, it no longer has any advantages. If this happens before the fork - the result will be catastrophic for theprice and miners. Even if after that, the command will announce a change in the algorithm or any other actions with the source code.

Is the One address Mineority?  It also crashed out of virtopia for several hours.  How many Titan V's do they have?

edit: Regardless ASICs would be good news for Ravencoin.  It would bring tons of attention with crypto media videos and articles written about the issue.  Tron Black already has changes set up to void the ASICs off the network.  It would legitimize the whole project and price would go up due to professional action.


As long as other people or entities could also get those ASICs and put them to work. If only one group of people has access to good ASICs for this coin it's also a bit dangerous for the network.

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July 24, 2018, 10:13:26 PM
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What is with the hash for ravencoin? Why the big drop?

Same on suprnova, dropped my rig from 8RVN hr to 2.
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July 24, 2018, 10:39:30 PM
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Because difficulty skyrocketed, since GPU miners like lemmings look whattomine.com and then switch to most profitable coin, without using their brains. Roll Eyes
Now when everyone change coin they mine from RVN to "best according WTM", diff will drop again. Wait day or two...

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im not quite understand for you why you do this. pm them lol. many will unknow what your motivation. but many scam exchange outside there.

PS. im not wanna put my coins to low exchange or trigger lost  Roll Eyes

@all this day asic is easy and fast. with compare gpu. but try hard guys Smiley
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July 25, 2018, 02:29:32 PM
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Hashrate going....dangerously low?
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July 25, 2018, 06:37:11 PM
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WhatToMine and NiceHash - two cancers of crypto.

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July 25, 2018, 07:43:53 PM
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WhatToMine and NiceHash - two cancers of crypto.

Maybe not a cancers but if You think only about profits than you're about of technological improvements and in that coin one day You'll stay way behind with less and less profits
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July 25, 2018, 11:32:23 PM
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Hashrate going....dangerously low?

wow yeah... that hash has completely dropped off
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July 26, 2018, 12:43:39 AM
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Ravencoin Miner: an optimized open source miner created specifically for Ravencoin.

v2.6
Improvements to poolside hash rate stability
Improvements to all hash functions
Improved power efficiency

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