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July 09, 2014, 06:55:29 AM
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is the coin dead?
official forums: https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/464-gridcoin-grc/

Still waisting energy on Proof-of-Work? Use your Rigs for scientific progress!
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is the coin dead?

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July 09, 2014, 01:09:55 PM
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I think we are doing ok Smiley








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July 09, 2014, 04:55:33 PM
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I know!

that's why i don't understand the price is so low!

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July 09, 2014, 06:09:05 PM
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We need people voting at mintpal. Please vote at https://www.mintpal.com/voting
That should help make more people aware of gridcoin and further price appreciation.


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July 09, 2014, 06:13:54 PM
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To be honest after the Mintpal decided to keeps everyone's money who voted and closing the votes I am not sure I want GRC on that exchange. I would much rater get GRC on cryptsy. They have US fiat deposits now.


We need people voting at mintpal. Please vote at https://www.mintpal.com/voting
That should help make more people aware of gridcoin and further price appreciation.
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July 09, 2014, 06:46:47 PM
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I know!

that's why i don't understand the price is so low!

There are several things that are easy to point to that explain the current price action.  Gridcoin had good price appreciation and support for over a month, then there were a few hiccups during the upgrade and some investors got nervous, then polo closed the GRC/BTC market for a week and a half.  Before the market closed there were 25 btc in buy orders in the book, when it re-opened there were less than 2 btc.  At the same time we had a miner (I know it was a miner(s) because I traced the sell orders back to the blockchain transactions and the GRC came from recently mined blocks) or two who were regularly "dumping" 20,000-50,000 on the orderbook.  There was even a dump of almost 150,000 that broke support around 2000 sat.  The dumping seems to have slowed and buy support is returning.  In addition, Rob continues to work hard at making the wallet stable and we have more miners added to the gridcoin BOINC team every day. 

Gridcoin has had some growing pains but in my opinion that makes it a great buy at this level.  Distributed networks that can capture underutilized resources and compensate the resource holder for the use of that resource will be the next leap in computing technology and that is what Gridcoin does.

What it comes down to is that the only people excited about Gridcoin are the ones mining it.  We need to continue to grow the network and spread the word.  We need people to truly understand the concept of being compensated for contributing to a distributed compute network.  If you want to help spread the word we are organizing a tweet storm here: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/13188-twitter-storm-guerrilla-marketing-campaign/

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July 09, 2014, 08:01:02 PM
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To be honest after the Mintpal decided to keeps everyone's money who voted and closing the votes I am not sure I want GRC on that exchange. I would much rater get GRC on cryptsy. They have US fiat deposits now.


We need people voting at mintpal. Please vote at https://www.mintpal.com/voting
That should help make more people aware of gridcoin and further price appreciation.

There closed in the voting September 1. So we have time IMO


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July 10, 2014, 10:03:58 AM
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I know!

that's why i don't understand the price is so low!

There are several things that are easy to point to that explain the current price action.  Gridcoin had good price appreciation and support for over a month, then there were a few hiccups during the upgrade and some investors got nervous, then polo closed the GRC/BTC market for a week and a half.  Before the market closed there were 25 btc in buy orders in the book, when it re-opened there were less than 2 btc.  At the same time we had a miner (I know it was a miner(s) because I traced the sell orders back to the blockchain transactions and the GRC came from recently mined blocks) or two who were regularly "dumping" 20,000-50,000 on the orderbook.  There was even a dump of almost 150,000 that broke support around 2000 sat.  The dumping seems to have slowed and buy support is returning.  In addition, Rob continues to work hard at making the wallet stable and we have more miners added to the gridcoin BOINC team every day. 

Gridcoin has had some growing pains but in my opinion that makes it a great buy at this level.  Distributed networks that can capture underutilized resources and compensate the resource holder for the use of that resource will be the next leap in computing technology and that is what Gridcoin does.

What it comes down to is that the only people excited about Gridcoin are the ones mining it.  We need to continue to grow the network and spread the word.  We need people to truly understand the concept of being compensated for contributing to a distributed compute network.  If you want to help spread the word we are organizing a tweet storm here: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/13188-twitter-storm-guerrilla-marketing-campaign/


off course i want to spread the world! count me in!

i'm going to post in that thread!

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July 10, 2014, 11:01:34 AM
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Hi all,

don't forget that there's a nice competition for voting at Mintpal!

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/12449-listing-at-mintpal/

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Hi all,

don't forget that there's a nice competition for voting at Mintpal!

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/12449-listing-at-mintpal/

A.

these are the things that, in the end, make a community's coin great!

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July 10, 2014, 06:58:15 PM
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A very interesting initiative, but before I can join I need a few clarifications (I've mined Bicoin and altcoins for a long time, so I know all about it. I've also had top hosts in S@H for years, so I know all about BOINC projetcts too):

1: When will you support one wallet address? Current implementation is way too manual as it requires one wallet per host, and administering so many wallet addresses is an no go.
2: I don't understand how the hardware utilization is shared. I use my GPUs to crunch M@H or S@H tasks with each project's optimized binaries, so there is no gpu cycles left to also mine.
3: How to set up ASICs?

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1. Do you mean one wallet on several computers?

2. You can CPU mine Gridcoin and have the GPU do Boinc work for projects like Milkyway@home. That's what I do now.

3. I haven't used asics, but I think it can work if the asic can mine against a loopback address, once the new p2pool is up I think it will be easier to use asic.

A very interesting initiative, but before I can join I need a few clarifications (I've mined Bicoin and altcoins for a long time, so I know all about it. I've also had top hosts in S@H for years, so I know all about BOINC projetcts too):

1: When will you support one wallet address? Current implementation is way too manual as it requires one wallet per host, and administering so many wallet addresses is an no go.
2: I don't understand how the hardware utilization is shared. I use my GPUs to crunch M@H or S@H tasks with each project's optimized binaries, so there is no gpu cycles left to also mine.
3: How to set up ASICs?

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1. Do you mean one wallet on several computers?
No - I mean one address for all miners - just as we do when mining e.g. on clevermining.com - you mine on multiple hosts, but get paid out to one address (use your wallet address as user name). In this case your "master" wallet.

2. You can CPU mine Gridcoin and have the GPU do Boinc work for projects like Milkyway@home. That's what I do now.
My question was GPU. But same goes with CPU - if I use CPUs for S@H or M@H - what's left for mining?

3. I haven't used asics, but I think it can work if the asic can mine against a loopback address, once the new p2pool is up I think it will be easier to use asic.
KNC is referring to Gridcoin, so someone must know how - and I'm looking forward to the FAQ / description from those who know.

A very interesting initiative, but before I can join I need a few clarifications (I've mined Bicoin and altcoins for a long time, so I know all about it. I've also had top hosts in S@H for years, so I know all about BOINC projetcts too):

1: When will you support one wallet address? Current implementation is way too manual as it requires one wallet per host, and administering so many wallet addresses is an no go.
2: I don't understand how the hardware utilization is shared. I use my GPUs to crunch M@H or S@H tasks with each project's optimized binaries, so there is no gpu cycles left to also mine.
3: How to set up ASICs?

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July 11, 2014, 12:13:06 AM
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Everyone, let me know what you think about the new explainer video, this is a rought draft for now, if anyone has any ideas let me know.

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/13238-tradermans-gridcoin-explainer-video/
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July 11, 2014, 01:05:24 AM
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hi guys
for 6 days no CPU blocks. works but does not find
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having a issue
when i set poolmining true
mines for a lil while then wallet crashes
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having a issue
when i set poolmining true
mines for a lil while then wallet crashes

Hi,

I haven't had any issues like that. What version are you running?

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July 11, 2014, 08:35:53 AM
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Major fix for CPU mining.
New Version Available - Please Upgrade:
15.1/2.1.5.1:
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1331-new-coin-launch-announcement-grc-gridcoin/page-262#entry110595

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having a issue
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mines for a lil while then wallet crashes

Hi,

I haven't had any issues like that. What version are you running?

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