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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1161549 times)
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July 30, 2018, 12:46:46 PM
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its not nicehash that is screwing the network, its fpga, seems like asics are better than these fpga exploiters, almost double hashrate lol nicehash on x16r dont have that hash, these fpga are screwing alot of gpu mined coins, im selling all my gpu and just going for asics from now on, this anti asic talk is shit, they push anti asic and they mine with fpga and toy with the network, look at what they did to electroneum and its now happening to raven and alot of other gpu coins

Excuse me but what makes ASICs good and FPGAs evil?

At least FPGAs can be reprogrammed and won't become useless once a devteam decide to change their algo or the manufacturer releases a new ASIC.

Also most (if not all) FPGAs are produced in US from Xilinx, not in China from Bitmain. That's a personal taste and by the way I'm not a US citizen but a European one.
More importantely, I'd never support Bitmain which has proved to do anything, no matter how shaddy, for their own profit. They're doing anything to pump their child, Bitcoin Cash (example: https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2018/04/24/bitmain-antpool-artificially-boosting-bitcoin-cash-bch-price/) and I can't trust nor support such a company.

This is why I'm supporting Raven which (I hope) can't be mined with ASICs. If RVN can be mined with a 1000$ GPU sloted in a PCI-E or if it can be mined with a 4000$ FPGA sloted in the same PCI-E, I don't mind, it doesn't really make any difference.
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July 30, 2018, 01:03:38 PM
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Still you have to admit that the big hasrate now is kinda weird. Nicehash has 80 GH of hasrate now on X16R but raven has 1.3 TH right now. Suprnova, which was the biggest pool on raven is now almost down to 0 block per hour. There is a huge amount of hash coming from nowhere.
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July 30, 2018, 01:04:28 PM
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I sincerely believe in success of Ravencoin, so I decided to buy an else 10,000 RVN to strengthen my portfolio)
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July 30, 2018, 01:05:52 PM
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Than again, the difference between rvnstats and ravencoin.network is quite big, the latter shows 20% suprnova, the first showing jot 9%.
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July 30, 2018, 01:16:43 PM
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Still you have to admit that the big hasrate now is kinda weird. Nicehash has 80 GH of hasrate now on X16R but raven has 1.3 TH right now. Suprnova, which was the biggest pool on raven is now almost down to 0 block per hour. There is a huge amount of hash coming from nowhere.

well its because its these fpga miners that are screwing raven network right now, look it up why etn and sumo went back to asics after the fork because what is happening to raven now happened to etn

this huge spikes in hash isnt from nicehash but from fpga miners exploiting the difficulty, and these fpga miner advocate anti asic while they screw gpu miners

adn to the guy who says fpga is better, lol how many people can run fpga, fpga has been mining on alot of gpu coins since last year, now they want to release an old bitstream with 4% dev fee on top of miner fee and pool fee, thats monopoly and all the while they advocate anti asic lol

im for asics since its plug n play, bitmain has a good amount of market share of the asic market is because people are buying from them, but there are other asic manufacturers, if you still dont know a japanese conglomerate is already selling a 24ths asic miner that beats bitmain and all other asic manufacturer in china

and you say bitmain miners are made in china and you want made in USA, where do you think the chips from bitmain come from? lol theyr from texas instruments

anyway i have still a few 1080ti left, i believed in the anti asic until last month when f[ga miners were screwing every fucking algo that forked away from asics and the idea they sold to us about anti asic are all bullshit. they have been advocating against asics and they mine with fpga to compete with gpu miners, now they want to monopolize the bitstream market lol they even have theyr own rebrand of fpga

anyway lets talk again nxt year when reprogrammable asics comeout, go research why intel bought eASIC and put resources from intel and alterra to that asic company just to research on reprogrammable custom chips, custom chips? asic are custom chips. and bitmain has an ai asic chip already its just a matter of time for the nxt step up on asic tech, o btw did you know before asics are made they prototype it first on fpga?
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July 30, 2018, 01:22:47 PM
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Still you have to admit that the big hasrate now is kinda weird. Nicehash has 80 GH of hasrate now on X16R but raven has 1.3 TH right now. Suprnova, which was the biggest pool on raven is now almost down to 0 block per hour. There is a huge amount of hash coming from nowhere.

its not just a huge amount of hashrate, what these fpga miners did to etn was when the diff became low they put in an enormous amount of hashrate and mine coins in very quick succession then when the diff adjusts which takes some time they leave the network thus leaving the real people running the network with hours just to get a block.  isnt this the same thing thats already happening to raven right now?

etn quickly decided to fork back to the original algo along with sumo because of these fpga miners that exploit this diff bombing, so for us believers that run  the network 24/7 is this fair? i still have gpus on raven while other rigs i have sold already just this weekend because of this diff exploit.  its not nicehash we all know that since nicehash on x16r dont have that and gpu are deadmuch hash compared to the fckng increase and dumps were getting and its not a coincidence that the new fpga were supposed to arrive before aug or on aug so the fpga are here gpu is dead but for me im going for asics and not these tard fpga monopoly
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July 30, 2018, 02:13:14 PM
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its not nicehash that is screwing the network, its fpga, seems like asics are better than these fpga exploiters, almost double hashrate lol nicehash on x16r dont have that hash, these fpga are screwing alot of gpu mined coins, im selling all my gpu and just going for asics from now on, this anti asic talk is shit, they push anti asic and they mine with fpga and toy with the network, look at what they did to electroneum and its now happening to raven and alot of other gpu coins

Excuse me but what makes ASICs good and FPGAs evil?

At least FPGAs can be reprogrammed and won't become useless once a devteam decide to change their algo or the manufacturer releases a new ASIC.

Also most (if not all) FPGAs are produced in US from Xilinx, not in China from Bitmain. That's a personal taste and by the way I'm not a US citizen but a European one.
More importantely, I'd never support Bitmain which has proved to do anything, no matter how shaddy, for their own profit. They're doing anything to pump their child, Bitcoin Cash (example: https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2018/04/24/bitmain-antpool-artificially-boosting-bitcoin-cash-bch-price/) and I can't trust nor support such a company.

This is why I'm supporting Raven which (I hope) can't be mined with ASICs. If RVN can be mined with a 1000$ GPU sloted in a PCI-E or if it can be mined with a 4000$ FPGA sloted in the same PCI-E, I don't mind, it doesn't really make any difference.

Oh RVN can be mined on ASICs.  All you need is dedicated cores for 16 algos and a controller chip that can decide to delegate the task to the appropriate core.
The only way to achieve so called "ASIC resistance" is to make the algo heavily memory bound. Even so, all you achieve is less efficiency gap between the GPU vs ASIC but this is a pretty good achievement on it's own.  The efficiency gap becomes 2x compared to 50-100x.  Classic example is the E3 ethash miner.
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July 30, 2018, 04:45:24 PM
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Volume is crazy!!!  the trading activity has been way up for the last week but today we are at 57 BTC.  That is over 5 times what I normally see at c-bridge.
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July 30, 2018, 06:57:29 PM
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Even it is hard to predict the next move of any specific market but seeing the upcoming announcement can expect positive growth in market for next few hours. In a time when everywhere is red prevailing RVN is showing 15% of increase by performing against the general trend this evening tells a lot about what to expect in future.
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July 30, 2018, 07:03:23 PM
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Once again...CMC updates all the info EXCEPT the circulating supply. Roughly 400 million behind that equals to 8 million in market cap.
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July 30, 2018, 07:10:04 PM
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Once again...CMC updates all the info EXCEPT the circulating supply. Roughly 400 million behind that equals to 8 million in market cap.

Is it already beginning to anger them that they can not check what they write? Give information to investors about the prices but can not correctly calculate the number of tokens in the circulation is just a shame what it turns out.
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July 31, 2018, 03:40:57 AM
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Code:

if hashnumber > device_support
block = enable
else
block = disable
end if

device support[amd_support, nvidia_support];

cant they asics and fpgas just spoof the hardware IDs ?
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July 31, 2018, 03:50:19 AM
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Testnet asset layer release v2.0.1 has been released, with Linux, Windows, and OSX binaries!

https://github.com/RavenProject/Ravencoin/releases/tag/v2.0.1

See more info about the testnet here (including how to run the wallet in testnet mode):

https://raven.wiki/wiki/Testnet

Report any issues or bugs you find here: https://github.com/RavenProject/Ravencoin/issues

FAQ:

Q: Do I need to update my wallet?
A: You only need to update your wallet if you plan on trying out the testnet asset layer. The wallet will work for the mainnet as well.

Q: What is a testnet?
A: A testnet is a completely separate blockchain from the main Ravencoin chain. It is meant for testing purposes only, and Ravencoins mined or sent on this chain have no value.

Q: Why don't I see any asset stuff on the testnet GUI?
A: Asset layer will be activated on the testnet using the BIP9 protocol. It will activate when 65% of the mined blocks in a 2016 retargeting period are mined by the new version. Asset layer GUI is hidden until the asset functionality is active. Read more about the process (which will be similar with the mainnet hardfork on October 31) here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RxRokp_P9Iu7eqKdfR7wj2D7bqMwqnd_l3R1yjq633k/
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July 31, 2018, 03:58:28 AM
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the new mining crypto. looks very intersting. if need any community manager, I can introduce you to Chinese/Italy/French manager
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July 31, 2018, 09:53:49 AM
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I am little behind with syncing on mainnet/chain once that is completed will try to save the current .adt file before downloading the new testnet wallet. It is indeed another achievement because of releasing it as planned and this seriousness is going to make difference. As expected market welcomed this testnet.
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July 31, 2018, 10:15:54 AM
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Price going bananas over this release!
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July 31, 2018, 12:53:30 PM
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Price going bananas over this release!

But current difficulty makes these bananas in the dust
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July 31, 2018, 04:45:58 PM
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Strange situation. When heshrate network from 1.2-1.3 TH/s, I was getting 80-100 coins a day. Now (less than 1 Th/s) I get 40-42. Is there a problem? Poole steals? (ice mining)?
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July 31, 2018, 04:49:56 PM
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Strange situation. When heshrate network from 1.2-1.3 TH/s, I was getting 80-100 coins a day. Now (less than 1 Th/s) I get 40-42. Is there a problem? Poole steals? (ice mining)?

No ice mining is a good pool. Use them myself.

The problem is that the network difficulty is still high u til it retsrgets after 2016 blocks. This takes longer to go down because of the NH that swings over when diff is low, but leaves when it gets high.

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July 31, 2018, 05:05:26 PM
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Strange situation. When heshrate network from 1.2-1.3 TH/s, I was getting 80-100 coins a day. Now (less than 1 Th/s) I get 40-42. Is there a problem? Poole steals? (ice mining)?

No ice mining is a good pool. Use them myself.

The problem is that the network difficulty is still high u til it retsrgets after 2016 blocks. This takes longer to go down because of the NH that swings over when diff is low, but leaves when it gets high.

What mining pool would you recommend to me?
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