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April 15, 2018, 04:12:18 PM
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Check out the Ominous Network pool, we are doing giveaways for two gtx 1080ti's. We are still small, but are growing fast! We are also running 0% fees right now in order to grow! Come check us out and happy mining! #Spreadthehash
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April 15, 2018, 04:30:13 PM
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Is there any difrence between enemy 1.03 and 1.05a? and what intensitiy is recomended for 1060 and 1070?
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April 15, 2018, 04:48:12 PM
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Is there any difrence between enemy 1.03 and 1.05a? and what intensitiy is recomended for 1060 and 1070?

YES! Use either 1.03a, 1.04a, or 1.05a. (there is an skipping issue with one of the algo's in 1.03). I've tried all three with my 1070ti and 1070s. I get the most coins from 1.05a.

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April 15, 2018, 04:50:59 PM
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I don't know what is wrong in my earnings
I've been mining raven for 10 days now, ravencalc.xyz says that should ear around 351.22
the miner that i'm using is ravencoin miner 2.5 and and the esitamated earning that it shows every 5 shares is 315
I'm mining on ravenminer.com pool and it's quite stable and constant with the payments, thats why i don't get it, i get only 250/260 RVN each a day

there are no fees involved considering that the pool had 0 and i set the miner with 0 fee too

Are those estimated right? or i will always get like 30% less?
Waiting for any usefull answer or advice

BTW nice project


Your hash rate will go up and down during the day depending on the hashing algorithm. There are 16 algorithm (hence x16r).
The hash rate that you are seeing every 5 shares is for a current hashing algorithm at the time. It can be the highest or lowest of the day.
To be a little more precise, you should get the average hash rate to put in the calculation.
You can estimate the average by looking at the second chart on the ravenminer.com pool's worker stats.

Already did and ravencalc shows 350 coins


You should use whattomine.com to calculate. It has more parameters to put in. It give me very close to what I earn in 24h.
https://whattomine.com/coins/234-rvn-x16r?utf8=%E2%9C%93&hr=105&p=1500&fee=0.0&cost=0.1&hcost=7000&commit=Calculate


285, i still never do that amount, i can understand that sometimes it should be lower and sometimes higher, but i'm always below by 10 or 20%

Once I put in my Average hash rate, I find ravencalc.xyz calculates coins a little high. I agree that Whattomine is a little closer. But your difference seems too much. You should be able to calculate your average ( try this as a bench mark for avg hash rate and earnings - should be close enough https://www.crypto-coinz.net/crypto-calculator/ Enter your GPU and see what it says).

If your 24 hour results are more than 10% less than the bench marks, then it's time to start messing with things like your pool, your miner, your settings... etc.

For me, I am hitting the bench mark within 1% with 22x1070ti and 5x1070, TP between 70-80%, core +100, mem -100, Enemy 1.05a, on Suprnova (but I've mined more than 25kRVN on each pool I've tried - RVNPool, Threeeye, Ravenminer and now Suprnova).

Still around 15% lower, where can i download enemy 1.05a the link that i found doesn't pass Windows security when i download it, something that didn't happen with 1.03, ccminer and ravencoin 2.5
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April 15, 2018, 04:56:18 PM
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Still around 15% lower, where can i download enemy 1.05a the link that i found doesn't pass Windows security when i download it, something that didn't happen with 1.03, ccminer and ravencoin 2.5

Enemy post links to all his versions in Discord https://discordapp.com/channels/421031368751972362/421117688920670219
or from his Mega account https://mega.nz/#!ZTw30ZBb!4CCdGOlyUduGjb9Xn9eCFVtrCaIPB4Ck-jJII0HR6W0 1.05a

As for windows security, you have to turn it off or tell it that to allow this file anyway. Does the same on my rigs too.

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April 15, 2018, 05:38:28 PM
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I think a lot of people want it both ways. Decentralized when it benefits them but regulated when it is to their advantage for it to be so.

The devs have publicly stated they control nothing but the code and will not change that without community backing or a few pre-planed upgrades. They are not interested or worried about exchanges in the least at this time.

There is no one with "authority" to do anything about anything which gives the community all the advantages of decentralization.

However, that does leave the door open to scams and people with selfish intent.

Exchanges will get hacked, pools will vanish without paying out, people will try and find glitches to make money off them, people will attack pools and the network. There is no central authority to whine to and "get the bad guys in trouble." We all have to use our best judgement where we mine and where we store our coins. There are no "cops" to call when we feel we have been wronged. It is what it is and is a big part of what decentralized truly means.

The person running this or the previous ANN is not an "official" of ravencoin. No one is an official. The guy running this thread could put in the first post that McDonalds is the official fast food of Ravencoin. Does that make it the official fast food? Nope, only if the community as a whole believes it to be so. And even then it could change in a week. It is only what the majority of people in the community believe it to be. Doing anything involves risk.

I was mining on 3eyed, getting payouts. When I noticed the payouts were late and the first response was posted on the ANN about the person that could fix it being out of town I moved my rigs to another pool. I had just a little under 300 coins showing on the pool site that have since vanished. I have not gotten a payout for them and at this point I do not expect to as it seems the total of the coins pool had gotten were split to those who kept mining. Do I think it is fair? Nope. Is there anything I can do that will change it now? Nope. That is life in crypto. Bad crap happens. It isnt the fault or in control of the devs or the coin itself that someone made a decision that had a negative impact on me. I have simply moved on and written it off as a loss that happens in crypto where there are no regulators to complain to. In fact I do not want there to be regulators to complain to.

Wait until one day if cryptobridge gets hacked, someone makes off with all the coins, and the exchange goes under. How many people are storing all their coins there and not in their wallet? How many will come here and whine and demand their coins back from an imaginary central figure? Guess what? Thats a risk you take keeping coins on an exchange and not in your secure wallet.

Guess my point is there are always bad actors around. The decision on who each of us trust with our mining hash and where we store our coins is ours to make. If you get burned by trusting the wrong entity that is on you. Approach everything as if people want to take your coins and make decisions accordingly and you will be much happier in the end. This goes for all coins not just Raven.

Bashing the coin and filling up 30+ pages of the thread with complaints does nothing but make the community look bad. Not to mention Brian just released a better AMD miner and I almost missed it not wanting to read through 10 pages of complaints.



I like your post and people will hopefully understand sh*t happens in life (not always good).
I survived the Nicehash hack and learned from it.
I made the mistake of formatting a hard drive that had my old raven wallet on it and approx. 53k raven lost Sad (I'm trying to hopefully recover it but no guarantees ).
My lesson to everyone is Backup wallets, make copies of backups and store them in a safe place.
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April 15, 2018, 05:45:54 PM
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Check out the Ominous Network pool, we are doing giveaways for two gtx 1080ti's. We are still small, but are growing fast! We are also running 0% fees right now in order to grow! Come check us out and happy mining! #Spreadthehash

I'm back checking it out with brian's nevermore and avermore miners mining pigeoncoin. Maybe I'll mine some raven when all the drama surrounding the coin dies down.
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April 15, 2018, 05:53:31 PM
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I want to try and create my own rvn pool SmileySmileySmiley

I am very comfortable with linux and been a miner since sept 2017.  I want to get my toes wet with setting up a pool for folks (RVN)

Any suggestions where I can start to learn?  And those that have pools any guides or tips you can share?

Thanks folks
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April 15, 2018, 06:49:15 PM
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I don't know what is wrong in my earnings
I've been mining raven for 10 days now, ravencalc.xyz says that should ear around 351.22
the miner that i'm using is ravencoin miner 2.5 and and the esitamated earning that it shows every 5 shares is 315
I'm mining on ravenminer.com pool and it's quite stable and constant with the payments, thats why i don't get it, i get only 250/260 RVN each a day

there are no fees involved considering that the pool had 0 and i set the miner with 0 fee too

Are those estimated right? or i will always get like 30% less?
Waiting for any usefull answer or advice

BTW nice project


Your hash rate will go up and down during the day depending on the hashing algorithm. There are 16 algorithm (hence x16r).
The hash rate that you are seeing every 5 shares is for a current hashing algorithm at the time. It can be the highest or lowest of the day.
To be a little more precise, you should get the average hash rate to put in the calculation.
You can estimate the average by looking at the second chart on the ravenminer.com pool's worker stats.

Already did and ravencalc shows 350 coins


You should use whattomine.com to calculate. It has more parameters to put in. It give me very close to what I earn in 24h.
https://whattomine.com/coins/234-rvn-x16r?utf8=%E2%9C%93&hr=105&p=1500&fee=0.0&cost=0.1&hcost=7000&commit=Calculate


285, i still never do that amount, i can understand that sometimes it should be lower and sometimes higher, but i'm always below by 10 or 20%

Once I put in my Average hash rate, I find ravencalc.xyz calculates coins a little high. I agree that Whattomine is a little closer. But your difference seems too much. You should be able to calculate your average ( try this as a bench mark for avg hash rate and earnings - should be close enough https://www.crypto-coinz.net/crypto-calculator/ Enter your GPU and see what it says).

If your 24 hour results are more than 10% less than the bench marks, then it's time to start messing with things like your pool, your miner, your settings... etc.

For me, I am hitting the bench mark within 1% with 22x1070ti and 5x1070, TP between 70-80%, core +100, mem -100, Enemy 1.05a, on Suprnova (but I've mined more than 25kRVN on each pool I've tried - RVNPool, Threeeye, Ravenminer and now Suprnova).

Still around 15% lower, where can i download enemy 1.05a the link that i found doesn't pass Windows security when i download it, something that didn't happen with 1.03, ccminer and ravencoin 2.5

here is a direct link to 1.05a (https://mega.nz/#!ZTw30ZBb!4CCdGOlyUduGjb9Xn9eCFVtrCaIPB4Ck-jJII0HR6W0)- from the official channel in the discord from Enemy. there is a built-in commission, I do not find differences from the same suprminer-1.6 - the more there is no built-in commission ... while I stay on it.
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April 15, 2018, 09:56:32 PM
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For holding RVN, not selling; is it better to store RVN's in the Raven Core Wallet or have them at Crypto Bridge?
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April 15, 2018, 10:27:12 PM
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Ravencoin is Bitcoin but with priority of future commits prioritizing assets rather than being cash or digital gold.
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April 15, 2018, 10:44:13 PM
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Mr. Fenton, if RVN is geared towards "prioritizing assets rather than being cash or digital gold" do you see the price increasing and if so what would be the basis of the increase? 

Also: if a company uses RVN to tokenize their voting, I think you said 500 RVN, is that 500 removed from the overall pool of RVN.   Thank  You.
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April 15, 2018, 10:56:01 PM
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Ravencoin is Bitcoin but with priority of future commits prioritizing assets rather than being cash or digital gold.

But there is already  a lot of coins with smart contracts option.  Why would they  choose RVN instead?
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April 15, 2018, 11:02:15 PM
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Ravencoin is Bitcoin but with priority of future commits prioritizing assets rather than being cash or digital gold.

But there is already  a lot of coins with smart contracts option.  Why would they  choose RVN instead?

My understanding is not another protocol layer like smart contracts. Devs explained it pretty well in the interview linked a few pages back.
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April 16, 2018, 01:23:57 AM
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For holding RVN, not selling; is it better to store RVN's in the Raven Core Wallet or have them at Crypto Bridge?

Always better to store coins at a wallet where only you own the private key as long as you take appropriate safety and security measures.

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April 16, 2018, 02:25:02 AM
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Always better to store coins at a wallet where only you own the private key as long as you take appropriate safety and security measures.
Kindly words. This is one of the most valuable lessons in the crypto world. Losing private keys, seeds are among the most terrible scenarios that crypto investors, miners can face with.
It is always better, safer to store private keys, seeds safely in different ways and at different locations.

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April 16, 2018, 03:18:33 AM
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Are there any more official songs?

Peer to peer never fear Ravencoin I pinned it to the Raven...
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April 16, 2018, 05:29:22 AM
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Visit these links for more info on the people and parties behind ravencoin! Not as community centered as they'd have you guys believe! But thats ok, transparency is coming soon, and there's no reason it should be feared or FUDed!

http://www.mediciventures.com/
http://www.chainstonelabs.com/

and the hourly paid community leaders/mods/admins from https://www.overstock.com/

And the political arm of Ravencoin: https://www.fsp.org/

More docs and a fun disclosure of the stuff going on behind the scenes coming soon. AMA that will include 3i info, the otc shutdown info, cryptobridge info, rubberchicken scamming bruce fenton doc, and lots more. Feel free to ask the community in discord! But they're mostly overstock employees and corporate/poltical friends, so don't worry if they end up getting weird.

Remember these companies work for the community, not the other way around!

Miss you RubberChicken, why'd you scam Bruce? JK. We can address that later! No reason to keep this stuff secret anymore! The cypherpunk manifesto clearly outlines the difference bewteen secrecy and privacy! Great coin, great devs, great community, but corporate controlling interest is very real. Be mindful going forward RVNfam, long live Ravencoin, long live miners!


A lot of this was already known to some of us - I had hinted towards that in the other thread - but one thing that completely slipped by me: FSP the "political arm" of Ravencoin? Clear to explain that?

Great question. Bruce Fenton himself is a free stater, libertarian. He moved to my state last november. The OTHER half of the planted community in Ravencoin are libertarian kids (FSP kids) from my state and beyond (hence their coordinated trolling efforts with the Overstock crew). Ravencoin was actually announced at the Free State Digital Assets Conference in December 2017, a Bruce Fenton/Chainstone lead event in New Hampshire, USA. I am not of any of these groups, so very simple (and legal, mind you) moves by me to keep these groups from holding power in the Ravencoin "community" are met with massive trolling/spin efforts. You may have already seen how disproportionate/ineffective their efforts are.

But dont worry. The silent majority are true blockchain/Ravencoin fans! These people are just the most vocal, and aim to garner support by demonizing me and my efforts for the community at large (bad move, lol). Many have already turned over in their interest while never being truly informed of the attacks on me and special interest moves. I aim to change that! Well, already have Wink


Thanks for your question!

The controllers of this project are removing and deactivating Discord links around the net and harassing the fine staff of Btctalk to get my account removed. They are scared. They are cowards. Good people of the crypto world. Why do they fear you? Shiggidy (also a planted Discord admin, alongside Linky, server owner) if not on the payroll and acting in the interest of the community as he promised, will rectify this. If not, consider this a further admission of guilt by all parties I mentioned above, and further proof of their fear of you, the larger crypto community. They fear you. They fear Anonymous acts. Call for transparency, as the controllers of Ravencoin use acts of secrecy and justify them as privacy. They don't have much time left, and they don't want you to see what they don't want you to see. Listen to yourself, not others. Ask questions, never stop. Make them let you into ALL of OUR community platforms (for THEY own NOTHING) or consider it a measure of secrecy and a continued admission of their guilt & proof of their nature as controllers.

They want to get in front of their mistakes & missteps. That will never happen. I assure you

They work for us. The community is not their secrecy shield. They will fix the links, or they admit guilt by not doing so. Carry on good people.

For those interested in what brought this call for transparency about. I've recapped my experience in a YouTube video with those behind Ravencoin, and other controlling entities/individuals, over the last few months as a lead up to April 18th's AMA. Notice the link to their Discord is once again expired.

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQUGGvzDYaY&feature=youtu.be

If not interested, that's cool too! The video gives a brief history of the coin, the community's evolution (or de-evolution) and aims to provide a better perspective of past events for those coming in.

Long live Ravencoin! Long live community coins!

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April 16, 2018, 05:35:10 AM
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For holding RVN, not selling; is it better to store RVN's in the Raven Core Wallet or have them at Crypto Bridge?

Always better to store coins at a wallet where only you own the private key as long as you take appropriate safety and security measures.

But cryptobridge is DEX, you should be able to get the private key for you wallet you have there, right?
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Is 3eyed explorer acting weird to you too? It tells me that my last payment was 11 hours ago. I see txid's on ravenminer but none of these payments after are visible on 3eyed's explorer and goddam ravenminer's explorer is so fucked up it only lets you to search txid's, not addresses. (or i couldn't figure it out somehow)

For example, last payment txid is this: (minutes ago)
b882f0d08a6e941b9942d0d3568ecf0a350ae9969c59af2e842c80c4b9073753

The other txid before: (few hours ago)
f6fcfe8f3f285ed8afaa0b27abdaedb78db711cc122a13cabbb4e4b8c6d245dc

But when i enter my address, 3eyed's block explorer don't show me these payments. Any idea what's going on? I also couldn't find an alternative block explorer.

Raven address is this: RTam4qSTrdWgYRSEdXKdV5Ekjq8qDB5EwN

edit: damn i see now these tx's don't have any confirmations and why the fck is that? is it ravenminer's turn to scam us now?




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