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February 27, 2015, 10:12:41 PM
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Oh my god, we made it to Bittrex:

https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-GRC

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Firmly back on the grid.. celebrating end of down time with $GRC @BittrexExchange https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-GRC

GridCoin-Research $GRC now at @BittrexExchange - Note, this is not GRC classic... research before depositing or trading pls!

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February 27, 2015, 11:27:05 PM
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Great, Grin
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February 27, 2015, 11:40:38 PM
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Just made the BITTREX announcement on Twitter and Reddit: Spread the News people!

Twitter ---> http://twitter.com/GridcoinNetwork/status/571452035398135808

Reddit ----> http://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/2xeq38/gridcoin_porproofofresearch_is_now_trading_on/



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February 27, 2015, 11:43:51 PM
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And the price is going up 😊

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February 28, 2015, 03:13:24 AM
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awsome guys, finally! One of the best coin in the whole cryptocurrency world!

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February 28, 2015, 03:22:49 AM
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[
{
"RSA Report" : "Research Savings Account Report - Generated 1425093309"
},
{
"Payment Window" : 14.00000000
},
{
"CPID" : "3a37a4b875de75f3632b3c82542dd876",
"Magnitude" : 387.97805849,
"Payment Magnitude" : 387.97805849,
"Payment Timespan (Days)" : 14.00000000,
"Magnitude Accuracy" : 4.00000000,
"Long Term Owed (14 days)" : 5431.69281888,
"Payments (14 days)" : 900.00000000,
"InterestPayments (14 days)" : 53.97383772,
"Last Payment Time" : "02-27-2015 10:33:04",
"Total Owed" : 1500.00000000,
"Next Estimated Payment" : 300.00000000,
"Daily Paid" : 64.28571429,
"Daily Owed" : 387.97805849
}
]
Exactly how many coins do I need to try to claim the 387 coins I am expected to get per day? I have over 26,000 right now, and am only hitting a stake less than once per day? It appear that I need to stake a little more than once per day to earn my POR. At these new prices, I really don't want to buy more...
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February 28, 2015, 07:44:57 AM
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early adopters still buy at a low price, imho


[
{
"RSA Report" : "Research Savings Account Report - Generated 1425093309"
},
{
"Payment Window" : 14.00000000
},
{
"CPID" : "3a37a4b875de75f3632b3c82542dd876",
"Magnitude" : 387.97805849,
"Payment Magnitude" : 387.97805849,
"Payment Timespan (Days)" : 14.00000000,
"Magnitude Accuracy" : 4.00000000,
"Long Term Owed (14 days)" : 5431.69281888,
"Payments (14 days)" : 900.00000000,
"InterestPayments (14 days)" : 53.97383772,
"Last Payment Time" : "02-27-2015 10:33:04",
"Total Owed" : 1500.00000000,
"Next Estimated Payment" : 300.00000000,
"Daily Paid" : 64.28571429,
"Daily Owed" : 387.97805849
}
]
Exactly how many coins do I need to try to claim the 387 coins I am expected to get per day? I have over 26,000 right now, and am only hitting a stake less than once per day? It appear that I need to stake a little more than once per day to earn my POR. At these new prices, I really don't want to buy more...

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February 28, 2015, 08:30:55 AM
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I voted and re-tweeted the bitspark tweet several times. I am glad Bitspark is taking Gridcoin seriously.

Hi everyone,

CEO of Bitspark here, George Harrap. I've been keeping an eye on Gridcoin and we recently had it in our coinvoting round, unfortunately we didn't see much traction from the community on our voting for Gridcoin but I am interested to support the growth of GRC. We will be unveiling some pretty awesome updates in the next few weeks (keep an eye on your favourite crypto news outlet) and I'd be interested to list GRC on the exchange at some stage, including direct convertibility to fiat and accessible in a number of languages we are rolling out plus some goodies we are working on. We want to support crypto projects that can change the world for the better and Gridcoin looks like a step in the right direction.

Looking to gauge the community interest in this Smiley.

@traderman, @mikekolba, @RTMoney, all

Thanks for the feedback! Indeed, I think Gridcoin can be a good addition to Bitspark- I am constantly extolling the virtues of some of the innovation happening in the altcoin scene at every event I'm at here in Hong Kong and Gridcoin is a good example of that- I think that would turn some heads. After our current batch of updates we will look into implementation. I'll keep everyone posted here and also our social media feeds are the best sources of information.

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February 28, 2015, 03:23:01 PM
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Glad to hear it, keep us posted I am looking forward to trading on Bitspark.

I voted and re-tweeted the bitspark tweet several times. I am glad Bitspark is taking Gridcoin seriously.

Hi everyone,

CEO of Bitspark here, George Harrap. I've been keeping an eye on Gridcoin and we recently had it in our coinvoting round, unfortunately we didn't see much traction from the community on our voting for Gridcoin but I am interested to support the growth of GRC. We will be unveiling some pretty awesome updates in the next few weeks (keep an eye on your favourite crypto news outlet) and I'd be interested to list GRC on the exchange at some stage, including direct convertibility to fiat and accessible in a number of languages we are rolling out plus some goodies we are working on. We want to support crypto projects that can change the world for the better and Gridcoin looks like a step in the right direction.

Looking to gauge the community interest in this Smiley.



@traderman, @mikekolba, @RTMoney, all

Thanks for the feedback! Indeed, I think Gridcoin can be a good addition to Bitspark- I am constantly extolling the virtues of some of the innovation happening in the altcoin scene at every event I'm at here in Hong Kong and Gridcoin is a good example of that- I think that would turn some heads. After our current batch of updates we will look into implementation. I'll keep everyone posted here and also our social media feeds are the best sources of information.
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February 28, 2015, 05:57:07 PM
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Code:
Link to position in BOINC combined World stats based on incremental update 50 out of 102,223
Highest World position ever 50 at 2015-02-28

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March 02, 2015, 10:28:22 AM
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like the look of this coin bit of volume on bittrex nice. Grin
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March 02, 2015, 04:10:55 PM
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I've always considered Gridcoin to be one of the more interesting coins out there in the crypto world along with similar coins such as Curecoin and Foldingcoin although I admit I haven't been following it very closely recently. Recently the market cap seems to have shot up from $100,000 to $800,000 in the space of a month which is surprising. Anyway, just out of curiosity but why has the name changed on Coinmarketcap? It's now called Gridcoin Classic? Was there a fork? Huh

EDIT: OK, so I read the wiki and it seems that the coin will be evolving to something more advanced called Gridcoin Research. The whole thing looks very complex though compared to the old model where you simply get rewards based on the no. of BOINC shares, although I understand the new design is superior, so it looks like I've got some reading to do.
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March 02, 2015, 04:16:59 PM
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I've always considered Gridcoin to be one of the more interesting coins out there in the crypto world along with similar coins such as Curecoin and Foldingcoin although I admit I haven't been following it very closely recently. Recently the market cap seems to have shot up from $100,000 to $800,000 in the space of a month which is surprising. Anyway, just out of curiosity but why has the name changed on Coinmarketcap? It's now called Gridcoin Classic? Was there a fork? Huh

EDIT: OK, so I read the wiki and it seems that the coin will be evolving to something more advanced called Gridcoin Research. The whole thing looks very complex though compared to the old model where you simply get rewards based on the no. of BOINC shares, although I understand the new design is superior, so it looks like I've got some reading to do.

the reason of the market cap rise is the addition of gridcoin research to the exchanges, so it's fully launched now ;-)

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March 02, 2015, 05:18:40 PM
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I am always intrigued by this coin and always too bored to research it more or maybe your marketing isnt that good.

Anyway, i have a few questions but please dont just tell me to read the wiki. At least tell me which page of the wiki to read.

1) First and most important question. I am only a CPU miner. Is there any research project that require only CPU power instead of GPU or at least GPUs dont have big advantage?
2) Is there any pool that i can do this without downloading BOINC or BOINC is a must?
3) I see two coins now. Classic and Research. I had some (very few) gridcoins. Are those obsolete now? Do i get Research coins with them? Should i have been staking them all that time? How do the economics of two coins work? I see the term obsolete, which means what?
4) Can you please show me the most critical posts others have write for gridcoin and how you do reply to those?

Thanks.

P.S. I dont want to buy the coin. I want to earn it by helping in research. Thats why i am hoping between primecoin, riecoin and gapcoin since i like coins that want to be useful.
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March 02, 2015, 05:34:22 PM
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3) I see two coins now. Classic and Research. I had some (very few) gridcoins. Are those obsolete now? Do i get Research coins with them? Should i have been staking them all that time? How do the economics of two coins work? I see the term obsolete, which means what?

From what I've read, I believe that Research will ultimately be replacing Classic although the process won't be fully complete until April 2015.

The two resources I found most helpful were:

http://coinwiki.info/en/Gridcoin
http://coinwiki.info/en/Proof-of-Research#Gridcoin-Classic_to_Gridcoin-Research_Conversion

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P.S. I dont want to buy the coin. I want to earn it by helping in research. Thats why i am hoping between primecoin, riecoin and gapcoin since i like coins that want to be useful.

I haven't heard of Gapcoin before. Will check it out.
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March 02, 2015, 06:16:10 PM
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1) http://gridcoin.us/Guides/whitelist.htm
2) Boinc is a must!
3) No, they are not obsolete. https://pool.gridcoin.us/CoinExchange.aspx Gridcoin classic must be sent to burn address from your own wallet, NOT exchange!!!
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/18805-gridcoin-proof-of-research-burn-problem-thread-coin-exchange-issues/


I am always intrigued by this coin and always too bored to research it more or maybe your marketing isnt that good.

Anyway, i have a few questions but please dont just tell me to read the wiki. At least tell me which page of the wiki to read.

1) First and most important question. I am only a CPU miner. Is there any research project that require only CPU power instead of GPU or at least GPUs dont have big advantage?
2) Is there any pool that i can do this without downloading BOINC or BOINC is a must?
3) I see two coins now. Classic and Research. I had some (very few) gridcoins. Are those obsolete now? Do i get Research coins with them? Should i have been staking them all that time? How do the economics of two coins work? I see the term obsolete, which means what?
4) Can you please show me the most critical posts others have write for gridcoin and how you do reply to those?

Thanks.

P.S. I dont want to buy the coin. I want to earn it by helping in research. Thats why i am hoping between primecoin, riecoin and gapcoin since i like coins that want to be useful.
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March 03, 2015, 06:27:34 AM
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Can my someone explain , why is my RAC 0
but verified RAC is: 33002 ?  Wink



{
"Project" : "gpugrid",
"CPID" : "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx",
"RAC" : 0.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 33002.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "gridcoin",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : false,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx",
"Errors" : "RAC too low"
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March 03, 2015, 08:47:19 AM
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Can my someone explain , why is my RAC 0
but verified RAC is: 33002 ?  Wink



{
"Project" : "gpugrid",
"CPID" : "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx",
"RAC" : 0.00000000,
"Team" : "gridcoin",
"Verified RAC" : 33002.00000000,
"Verified Team" : "gridcoin",
"Is my CPID Valid?" : false,
"CPID Link" : "http://boinc.netsoft-online.com/get_user.php?cpid=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx",
"Errors" : "RAC too low"
},

try updating the project using the boinc client and the running "execute resetcpids"; if that doesn't work, try removing and readding the project.

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try updating the project using the boinc client and the running "execute resetcpids"; if that doesn't work, try removing and readding the project.

Thank you, it`s OK now.

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March 03, 2015, 04:23:13 PM
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Thank you both for your answers!

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2) Boinc is a must!

But that means that i should install boinc on every server right? I cant install it only on 1 server and somehow point the other severs to that 1 server. Because this is unfortunately not practical for me.

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Cool! Many projects Smiley And out of the blue i learned about radioactiveathome.org! That is awesome since i wanted to build a geiger counter and now that i find this it only makes me to finally make it. I will research it more in April and hopefully i will indeed build one and use it Smiley

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4) Can you please show me the most critical posts others have write for gridcoin and how you do reply to those?

Really, please give me something on this. Not the trolling or the idiotic stuff. Not what other fanboys write because they own another coin. But something serious and what is your response on that.     
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