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Author Topic: Gridcoin (GRC) - first coin utilizing BOINC - Official Thread  (Read 555079 times)
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February 08, 2015, 09:51:04 PM
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You can now use your Asic to hash for BitcoinUtopia Boinc project and the BTCUtopia credits will count towards mining Gridcoin!

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1331-new-coin-launch-announcement-grc-gridcoin/page-684#entry165757

Nice work. How will this affect existing non-asic miners?
All projects in Gridcoin run Independendly and reward calculation does only recognize competitors in the same project.
Hence, CPU competes against CPU, GPU competes against GPU, and radiation sensor competes against radiation sensor (yes, BOINC has such science).

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February 09, 2015, 05:38:34 PM
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You can now use your Asic to hash for BitcoinUtopia Boinc project and the BTCUtopia credits will count towards mining Gridcoin!

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1331-new-coin-launch-announcement-grc-gridcoin/page-684#entry165757

Nice work. How will this affect existing non-asic miners?
All projects in Gridcoin run Independendly and reward calculation does only recognize competitors in the same project.
Hence, CPU competes against CPU, GPU competes against GPU, and radiation sensor competes against radiation sensor (yes, BOINC has such science).
btw, it is true Smiley

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February 10, 2015, 06:47:40 PM
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another day, another record broken: http://boincstats.com/en/charts/-1/team/gainPerDay/118094994/chart.png

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February 10, 2015, 06:54:53 PM
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Let's see what's coming next. (these pictures get updated daily, enjoy this view while it lasts)

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February 10, 2015, 07:07:15 PM
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I was thinking of picking up one of those rockminers for BitcoinUtopia. On ebay the 35gh's ones go for 40 bucks.

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February 13, 2015, 09:04:43 PM
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Best Answer Rob Halförd - (Gridcoin), Today, 09:39 PM
 
Gridcoin Research 3.3.9.5/22.8 - Mandatory Upgrade
 
- SelectCoinsForStaking only stakes 1/2 of the available coins if you are a researcher;  Investor behavior is unchanged.
- Added Universe@Home mapping.

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February 13, 2015, 09:12:25 PM
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Best Answer Rob Halförd - (Gridcoin), Today, 09:39 PM
 
Gridcoin Research 3.3.9.5/22.8 - Mandatory Upgrade
 
- SelectCoinsForStaking only stakes 1/2 of the available coins if you are a researcher;  Investor behavior is unchanged.
- Added Universe@Home mapping.

Client should automatically update itself, at least for me (for the first time)

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February 13, 2015, 11:36:52 PM
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Please cast your vote on reddit:

    "We’re Team Koinify: Help us choose the next crypto / dApp / open sourced project you’d like to see community crowdfunded!

    Hey /r/Bitcoin,

    Team [Koinify](https://www.koinify.com/) here. We’re a marketplace for decentralized applications (dApps), running crowdfunding campaigns to help fund dApp projects.

    -------------------------

    As a giveback to the community, we’d like to run a donation-based, zero-fee crowdfunding campaign for an open-sourced crypto project to help with their exposure and funding. We’re now crowdsourcing the most attractive and impactful project in the ecosystem.

    This crowdfunding campaign will have no fee, but still vest on our milestone based fund release structure, such that developer will have fully aligned incentives to deliver after the crowdfunding ends. We want to leverage our connections and influence for the greater good by helping an early stage project emerge from the shadows. It will be 100% donation driven, with all the money going directly to the team. Koinify will do its customary and expected due diligence on the team and the project, vetting and ensuring they are worthy of the campaign.

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    What do you see as one of the most potentially disruptive areas/projects? Is it crypto infrastructure, is it a dApp, or is it an open sourced protocol? What project do you think will help push the crypto community forward as a whole?

    Let us know in the comments below by telling us which project or team you’d like to see a crowdfunding campaign for, and why you believe they should be picked for the crowdfunding campaign. The raised BTC goal and time constraints will depend upon the project that is chosen by the community."

    We will leave this thread open for 48 hours. After 48 hours, we will count the number of comments / votes. Let us know, and we can get this running as soon as possible.

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    Examples: BitMesh, DarkWallet, BitSquare, FactomLinux, etc. Projects that haven’t received VC funding, are open sourced, and that would help our community and ecosystem grow stronger.

    http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2vkay6/were_team_koinify_help_us_choose_the_next_crypto/


Koinify is a large player: http://www.coindesk.com/koinify-1-million-smart-corporation-crowdfunding/
Getting featured would beam us to frontpages of all news channels in crypto, simply by earning their reddit vote.

they use a crowdfunding model that looks like handing tokens to newcomers so everyone can buy a share as they like.
Besides, they work closely together with project developers to support marketing of future milestones.
Thereby, a lot of interested folks could enter a position to get started with Gridcoin.

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February 14, 2015, 05:33:41 PM
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Today, come and see our all time high: http://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/team/detail/118094994/charts

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February 15, 2015, 08:13:12 PM
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I really don't feel like going through the hassle of obtaining BTC to buy old GRC with and then going through the burn process, so I'd like to just buy some new GRC right out. It doesn't look like the exchanges have updated..

WTB 2900 GRC for .1 BTC. filled, thanks!


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February 16, 2015, 08:00:52 PM
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Is this normal?

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[
{
"Command" : "cpids"
},
{
"Project" : "poem@home",
"CPID" : "760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"RAC" : 13764.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 0.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : false,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"Errors" : "Project missing in [Netsoft] credit verification node. Please contact Netsoft to add this project."
},
{
"Project" : "seti@home",
"CPID" : "760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"RAC" : 300.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 0.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : false,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"Errors" : "Project missing in [Netsoft] credit verification node. Please contact Netsoft to add this project."
},
{
"Project" : "world community grid",
"CPID" : "760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"RAC" : 152.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 32.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "gridcoin",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : true,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"Errors" : "Verified RAC too low."
}
]

On almost 24 hours now. Should I wait longer?
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February 16, 2015, 08:15:08 PM
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WorldCommunity Grid seems ok, the other 2 should be able to update.

Is this normal?

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[
{
"Command" : "cpids"
},
{
"Project" : "poem@home",
"CPID" : "760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"RAC" : 13764.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 0.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : false,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"Errors" : "Project missing in [Netsoft] credit verification node. Please contact Netsoft to add this project."
},
{
"Project" : "seti@home",
"CPID" : "760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"RAC" : 300.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 0.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : false,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"Errors" : "Project missing in [Netsoft] credit verification node. Please contact Netsoft to add this project."
},
{
"Project" : "world community grid",
"CPID" : "760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"RAC" : 152.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 32.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "gridcoin",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : true,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=760bc14e655df32cf161d11837af64ee",
"Errors" : "Verified RAC too low."
}
]

On almost 24 hours now. Should I wait longer?

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February 16, 2015, 08:49:12 PM
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I really don't feel like going through the hassle of obtaining BTC to buy old GRC with and then going through the burn process, so I'd like to just buy some new GRC right out. It doesn't look like the exchanges have updated..

WTB 2900 GRC for .1 BTC. filled, thanks!



You may enter in history with this (as the guy who bought pizza for 10k BTC)  Wink

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February 16, 2015, 09:05:12 PM
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Is this normal?

-- CODE CUT OFF

Did You ran BOINC before? I did and had similar issues, only thing that worked for me was to complete wipe out everything, DL again and the set everything with SAME username, SAME pwd and SAME email. Try this and wait several hours, then try it again; Your "list cpids" for every single project should look like this:

...
{
"Project" : "milkyway@home",
"CPID" : "7bcef7dc238dd5af269eb861e9c561c7",
"RAC" : 14318.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 14336.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "gridcoin",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : true,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=7bcef7dc238dd5af269eb861e9c561c7",
"Errors" : ""
}
...

EDIT: I ran WCG several years ago so I added WCG as my first project to GRC with previously used user/pwd. Suddenly WCG did miss the part where pwd should contain more than few a-z an 0-9 and denied every attempt to change pwd to anything reasonable (like to quite simple crossroad of machine/human readable "1Gvo-5<sF#&5sZfu"), which I had set on my other accounts. Reseseting EVERYTHING to stupid WCG user/pwd made all running smooth.

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February 16, 2015, 11:30:53 PM
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EDIT: I ran WCG several years ago so I added WCG as my first project to GRC with previously used user/pwd. Suddenly WCG did miss the part where pwd should contain more than few a-z an 0-9 and denied every attempt to change pwd to anything reasonable (like to quite simple crossroad of machine/human readable "1Gvo-5<sF#&5sZfu"), which I had set on my other accounts. Reseseting EVERYTHING to stupid WCG user/pwd made all running smooth.

I've had similar issues when cascading computers to other family members and/or trying to replace BOINC acounts on a machine. BOINC removal or change seems to leave a lot of residue.

I haven't done it for a while, but my memory says that the "BOINC Cleaner tool" here fixed my various problems with residue: http://boinc.berkeley.edu/dev/forum_thread.php?id=4594

Do your own research before using it though, in case my memory is incorrect.

WCG (great project) doesn't always play nice with the rest of BOINC or BAM, imho.

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February 17, 2015, 12:04:00 AM
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Is this normal?

-- CODE CUT OFF

Did You ran BOINC before? I did and had similar issues, only thing that worked for me was to complete wipe out everything, DL again and the set everything with SAME username, SAME pwd and SAME email. Try this and wait several hours, then try it again; Your "list cpids" for every single project should look like this:

...
{
"Project" : "milkyway@home",
"CPID" : "7bcef7dc238dd5af269eb861e9c561c7",
"RAC" : 14318.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 14336.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "gridcoin",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : true,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=7bcef7dc238dd5af269eb861e9c561c7",
"Errors" : ""
}
...

EDIT: I ran WCG several years ago so I added WCG as my first project to GRC with previously used user/pwd. Suddenly WCG did miss the part where pwd should contain more than few a-z an 0-9 and denied every attempt to change pwd to anything reasonable (like to quite simple crossroad of machine/human readable "1Gvo-5<sF#&5sZfu"), which I had set on my other accounts. Reseseting EVERYTHING to stupid WCG user/pwd made all running smooth.

TY for the response.

I was using the same email address and pwd for all three, but not the same user (poem/wcg were the same but seti was different because i was playing with that around 2007 or so - started wcg because of ripple about jan 2 last year or so).

I switched all to have the same username and reinstalled boinc.

Gonna give it another day or so to see if it works!
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February 17, 2015, 06:15:12 PM
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dizzy new heights:
http://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/team/detail/118094994/charts

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February 17, 2015, 07:31:34 PM
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Yep, those BitcoinUtopia guys are really boosting team Gridcoin.

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February 18, 2015, 02:28:29 PM
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Breaking update: After this version prod is stable. coming new features will go through intense testnet evaluation:

Gridcoin Research 3.3.9.7/23.0 - Exchange Release Candidate
Mandatory Upgrade
 
- Enabled testnet (current block 0)
- Fixed problem with explainmagnitude related to Universe@Home and other re-mapped project names
- Fixed contact@gridcoin.us e-mail (please don't send emails lol)
- Linux/Mac query analyzer is 50% complete
- Added checkpoint

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February 18, 2015, 05:44:23 PM
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free, free, free like a bird I'm flying, can't you see I'm alive!


http://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/team/detail/118094994/charts

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