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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1163550 times)
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January 12, 2019, 03:52:16 PM
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According to this website FPGA's officaly comes on x16r coins in spring. If you think a bit some must be having this x16r bitsream already and are mining.


http://zetheron.com/index.php/fpga-performance-profit/
http://zetheron.com/index.php/downloads/

Ok so now we have official proof of these existing. How do we go about removing them?
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January 12, 2019, 04:46:50 PM
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Ok so now we have official proof of these existing. How do we go about removing them?
We gonna close our eyes and FPGAs gonna disappear.  Grin

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January 12, 2019, 05:03:45 PM
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Ok so now we have official proof of these existing. How do we go about removing them?
We gonna close our eyes and FPGAs gonna disappear.  Grin
No seriously: does anybody know if there are FPGA resistant algos?
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January 12, 2019, 09:08:10 PM
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Ok so now we have official proof of these existing. How do we go about removing them?
We gonna close our eyes and FPGAs gonna disappear.  Grin
No seriously: does anybody know if there are FPGA resistant algos?

Please don't take me wrong, I don't mean to "steal" people from Ravencoin, but I believe the devs could use the algorithm we developed for the XDNA project, HEX.

A few days ago I posted an open invitation to the team,

Dear Ravencoin developers, if you want to move from x16r and implement HEX algorithm which is only minable with GPUs, we would gladly help you with a smooth implementation.

HEX has strong support from Enemy Miner (Nvidia) and WildRig Multiminer (AMD) and is not just "not yet minable" from FPGAs, but the constant and unpredictable variation in its internal algorithms should decrease the effectiveness of any possible ASIC/FPGA in comparison to GPUs.
Plus... in this bear market I doubt any miner developer would spend much time to develop an FPGA miner for so few people and for only a marginal gain.

More info on HEX can be found in this article: https://steemit.com/crypto/@hitmancro/xdna-have-new-mining-algorithm-hex
And in XDNA's whitepaper, page 19: https://xdna.io/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/XDNA_Whitepaper_ENG.pdf


Even though our projects' goals are different, we'd be glad to collaborate on our common goal to share the wealth evenly between people! Smiley
Feel free to PM me if you want me to put you in contact with our developers, since I'm part of the marketing team.
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January 13, 2019, 07:39:38 PM
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Guys I want to ask You about mining efficiency.

I'm using z-enemy miner 1.28 and mine with GTX 1070 + 200 core + 0 mem latest drivers Version   417.35 - WHQL,Release Date Wed Dec 12, 2018

Power consumption by each card is about 145W with efficiency 0.99 to 0,16 MH/W depending on current algo (on Power target +0)

I have switched power target to -30% and now power consumption is 102W/1GPU and efficiency is from 0.086 to 0.18 and I have seen even 0.24MH/W

The problem is that i can see significant drop in mined coins and my question is what settings do You use and/or recommend if I want to mine as many RVN as I can with energy wise settings?
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Ok so now we have official proof of these existing. How do we go about removing them?
We gonna close our eyes and FPGAs gonna disappear.  Grin
No seriously: does anybody know if there are FPGA resistant algos?

there are some things developers can do for sure to create algo FPGA or ASIC resistant for example the BTCZ dev team has changes BTCZ algo when ASICS on equihash came out but ...we need time for that if devs decide that this needs to be done
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January 14, 2019, 02:31:27 AM
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Guys I want to ask You about mining efficiency.

I'm using z-enemy miner 1.28 and mine with GTX 1070 + 200 core + 0 mem latest drivers Version   417.35 - WHQL,Release Date Wed Dec 12, 2018

Power consumption by each card is about 145W with efficiency 0.99 to 0,16 MH/W depending on current algo (on Power target +0)

I have switched power target to -30% and now power consumption is 102W/1GPU and efficiency is from 0.086 to 0.18 and I have seen even 0.24MH/W

The problem is that i can see significant drop in mined coins and my question is what settings do You use and/or recommend if I want to mine as many RVN as I can with energy wise settings?


Use Trex 0.9.1, and try +15 Vcore, 85% TDP, +100mhz core, -300mhz mem. That is what I used and with my GTX 1070ti, its the same settings except +150 mhz core.

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/tag/0.9.1
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4432704.0

Also, check https://rvnstats.info/ for live difficulty chart
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January 14, 2019, 03:56:02 PM
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According to this website FPGA's officaly comes on x16r coins in spring. If you think a bit some must be having this x16r bitsream already and are mining.


http://zetheron.com/index.php/fpga-performance-profit/
http://zetheron.com/index.php/downloads/

Ok so now we have official proof of these existing. How do we go about removing them?

Those links are proof that the company wants them to exist, but the download page for the X16R bitstream says that it should be available Spring 2019.  That could be true, or it could be hype to drive sales.  While there very well could be FPGA's currently ready for RVN, I wont trust sites like Zetheron that say they have or will have a bitstream available until the download is actually available.
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January 14, 2019, 07:02:51 PM
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Unfortunately, we read stories about people who lost their money invested in cryptocurrencies in a bear market. We should in all forums warn new supporters about the risks of losing all the money invested. Whatever no one buys for money, the loss of which will upset them.
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January 16, 2019, 06:12:32 AM
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 Cool This ship ( crypto) goes down.. Cryptopia  exchange based in Singapore close down due to security issues. FYB-SG close their  bank accounts, so is off also.

Nice.. one by one places to exchange crypto goes off. Bright future..  Huh
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January 16, 2019, 06:21:17 AM
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Cool This ship ( crypto) goes down.. Cryptopia  exchange based in Singapore close down due to security issues. FYB-SG close their  bank accounts, so is off also.

Nice.. one by one places to exchange crypto goes off. Bright future..  Huh
Are you sure?
I known that Cryptopia is located in New Zealand, not Singapore.
https://en.bitcoinwiki.org/wiki/Cryptopia
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January 16, 2019, 09:23:26 AM
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@ Subsonic:

Definitly New Zealand and not Singapore.

http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/investigation-involving-crypto-currency-company

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January 16, 2019, 03:41:22 PM
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 How to insert image her.. its a copy from phone..  To be clear.. Cryptopia is down.. and the Sing exch is closed.. something like all in one..may be..
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How to insert image her.. its a copy from phone..  To be clear.. Cryptopia is down.. and the Sing exch is closed.. something like all in one..may be..

You have to be Jr. Member to become one You need at least 1 merit and 50 posts than you insert image that way --> [ img ] http://link to your img [ /img ]
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January 17, 2019, 03:01:16 PM
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How to insert image her.. its a copy from phone..  To be clear.. Cryptopia is down.. and the Sing exch is closed.. something like all in one..may be..

In the meantime, Binance is preparing a crypto to fiat exchange option.

some trading platforms going down doesn't mean crypto are going down. Did you say the same thing about the stock market?
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when institutional money comes flowing into bittrex and binance and the bull return (and bots) to the exchanges, HOLD ON TO YOUR TITS!  

it'll be a pumptastic party!  Cheesy

and you can bet RVN will be one of the coins to fly (prob help if idiot miners stopped dumping so much tho lol).

$ADK ~ watch & learn...
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January 17, 2019, 03:14:07 PM
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when institutional money comes flowing into bittrex and binance and the bull return (and bots) to the exchanges, HOLD ON TO YOUR TITS! 

it'll be a pumptastic party!  Cheesy

and you can bet RVN will be one of the coins to fly (prob help if idiot miners stopped dumping so much tho lol).

Indeed these are big sign to keep HODL I also have same way of thinking it will be skyrocket in next rally. There is big chance ongoing bear market will get finished soon or maybe it is already bottom out. Raven is like hidden gem in current situation and it will be worth for it.

 
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January 17, 2019, 04:03:46 PM
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when institutional money comes flowing into bittrex and binance and the bull return (and bots) to the exchanges, HOLD ON TO YOUR TITS! 

it'll be a pumptastic party!  Cheesy

and you can bet RVN will be one of the coins to fly (prob help if idiot miners stopped dumping so much tho lol).

This reminds me of monero when mine was $ 2 then $ 10, or when I invested $ 400 in other stupidities less in BTC in 2015 ... I did not want to invest as a pessimist, trying to take care of my money, but then emotions it made me lose even more, I paid "floor right" but now with the little experience and amount of RVN that I have I feel at ease, without a doubt that I will invest more.
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January 17, 2019, 04:32:17 PM
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"Important Announcement

14th January 2019, the Cryptopia Exchange suffered a security breach which resulted in significant losses. Once identified, the exchange was put into maintenance while we assessed damages.

Cryptopia has notified and is cooperating with the appropriate government agencies, including the NZ Police and High Tech Crimes Unit. Please see their media release below.

NZ Police Press Release"


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January 17, 2019, 05:05:19 PM
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Government In A Box

GInABox

This is intended to be a first draft of an idea for a integrated software solution for conducting governmental functions and administration.     The basis for this solution is an integrated series of Block Chain ledgers (BC) interacting to provide an efficient system of accounting and managment.  Below is an outline of my ideas for presentation and discussion.  I welcome others ideas and comments as I flush out this idea.

Although any OS such as Linux, Unix, Apple, Microsoft could be used I believe an OS based on BC technology would be best.  Something based on the ideas expressed with:

“Overledger is the world’s first blockchain operating system (OS) that not only connects blockchains to on another but also connects existing networks to blockchain and facilitates the creation of Internet scale multi-chain applications otherwise know as mApps.

Overledger will address the major limitations of current blockchain technology and unlock its true potential. Overledger has the ability to unlock and distribute value and applications across current and future blockchains. Overledger is an agnostic platform that connects the world’s networks to blockchains and ensures you’re not limited to any single vendor or technology.”
https://www.quant.network/our-technology/overledger/

I have not done extensive research into Quant’s OS to know the exact capabilities but the idea expressed in the above statement would fit the needs of the overall package.

Identification BC:  A system of Identification to take the place of systems like Social Security Numbers, Driver Licenses and Passports.  There are several BC solutions in progress and I have my own thoughts that will be discussed later.

Currency BC:  A currency system using crypto currency BC solution to replace current fiat currency systems.  To facilitate all financial transactions.

Voting System BC: Votem (https://votem.com/) has a solution.

Land Title BC: MLG has the solutions for this.

Car/Boat/other asset Title BC: Several solutions available.

Business Licence BC:

Business Compliance BC:

Contracting/Business permit BC:

Food/Drug Compliance BC:

Security Exchange BC:  TZero has a solution.

Banking System BC: A ledger to facilitate other banking functions.  

Medical/Prescription Management BC: If healthcare is provided by the government this module could be added.  

Tax BC:  A system for record keeping, filings and payment of taxes for all different types of taxes.

Insurance BC: A BC system for regulation and compliance of the insurance system.

Multiple BC systems for record keeping and sharing tailored to industry needs.

Human Resourses BC system:  To facilitate the management of government workers.

Payroll BC system: To facilitate the payroll of government workers

Other BC systems needed to facilitate the management of government and it’s workers. (accounting, benefits, ect….)

In this system all the BC would interact with each other to manage the different governmental functions.

Further thoughts:  

Ravencoin (RVN) BC could be a great solution for one or more of the BC systems.

ID BC:  Each citizen is issued a token divisible up to 8 decimal places.  This token is unique to one citizen and is secured with encrypted biometric data.  The biometrics would have be a combination of many points of data.  i.e. retinal, finger print, hand vascular pattern, facial and DNA.  Also any other biometrics that could be viably use.  There would also need to be a system to handle changes in biometric data due to disease, accident and age.  Once verified the data would be encrypted in a way that only the citizen has access to the raw biometric data.  The central authority issuing the token and verifying the initial registration of the citizen would not have access to the raw data and would have limited functions needed to facilitate transfers or changes due to issues such as death.

   Once a citizen has a token only that citizen can send that token or fraction of a token on the network.  If some entity needs to verify the identity of a citizen, the reception of a satoshi of ID token belonging to that citizen would serve that purpose.  As long as that entity held that fraction of the ID token that could verify the ID of the citizen.  The citizen could issue a recall of the ID token at any time and the token can only be sent back to the citizen’s address.  If some entity need a one time verification there could be an immediate send and reclaim.  If the entity needed to verify the ID or that they had permission from the citizen, such as a reoccurring debit to a financial account, i.e. bill paying, they could keep the ID token until recalled.

Wallets could be phone, computer, usb or biometric card.  https://www.creditcards.com/credit-card-news/biometric-fingerprint-technology-credit-cards-1273.php
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