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May 20, 2017, 12:03:28 PM
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The teamgridcoin no longer exists? I wanted to use the boinc program that I have to use?

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May 20, 2017, 03:40:36 PM
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The teamgridcoin no longer exists? I wanted to use the boinc program that I have to use?

Team Gridcoin exists of course! Stronger than ever actually, #1 position on all BOINC leaderboards:
http://formula-boinc.org
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May 20, 2017, 03:54:55 PM
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The teamgridcoin no longer exists? I wanted to use the boinc program that I have to use?

Team Gridcoin exists of course! Stronger than ever actually, #1 position on all BOINC leaderboards:
http://formula-boinc.org

How do I join this team? My wallet does not require email and then is in investor mode. what should I do?



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May 20, 2017, 07:03:10 PM
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How do I join this team? My wallet does not require email and then is in investor mode. what should I do?
Do you have BOINC installed on the same machine where you installed Gridcoin Wallet? If so, Wallet should detect your BOINC installation and your CPID automatically (CPID:INVESTOR means that Wallet was unable to determine your CPID).

You must join the Gridcoin team for every BOINC project you are running. For example, if you are crunching for Einstein@home, you must go to https://einsteinathome.org, log in to your account and choose the Join Team option there.
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May 20, 2017, 07:37:12 PM
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How do I join this team? My wallet does not require email and then is in investor mode. what should I do?
Do you have BOINC installed on the same machine where you installed Gridcoin Wallet? If so, Wallet should detect your BOINC installation and your CPID automatically (CPID:INVESTOR means that Wallet was unable to determine your CPID).

You must join the Gridcoin team for every BOINC project you are running. For example, if you are crunching for Einstein@home, you must go to https://einsteinathome.org, log in to your account and choose the Join Team option there.

thanks for reply. I used pool gridcoin.co

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May 20, 2017, 07:43:56 PM
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thanks for reply. I used pool gridcoin.co
In that case, CPID:INVESTOR is normal because you are using pool's CPID, not your own.
Also, there is another pool which is more actively developed: www.grcpool.com
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May 20, 2017, 07:46:38 PM
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thanks for reply. I used pool gridcoin.co
In that case, CPID:INVESTOR is normal because you are using pool's CPID, not your own.
Also, there is another pool which is more actively developed: www.grcpool.com

CPID it change automatically in the wallet?

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May 20, 2017, 09:38:31 PM
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Anybody knows how many coins I can expect to mine per day on an i7 6500u processor?
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May 21, 2017, 06:23:58 AM
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Anybody knows how many coins I can expect to mine per day on an i7 6500u processor?

 That will vary a TON depending on the project, but I suspect you're not going to see a lot of coin/day on ANY of the GRC whitelisted projects.

 For perspective, a little over 2 million RAC on Moo Wrapper gets me less than 200 GRC/day, and needs roughly 15 Gigakeys/sec of Dnet RC5-72 keyrate to achieve.
 This particular project is VERY friendly to AMD GPUs though recent NVidia GPUs do quite well too (it's pretty much ALL about the number of cores and the clock rate), while the fastest CPUs ever managed less than 10 MEGAkeys/sec per core.

 Other BOINC projects in the GRC whitelist are friendlier to NVidia GPUs, and I think there are a few that are CPU friendly (your i7 should do comparably well on those).


 Unlike most cryptocoins, GRC doesn't work with a single "algorithm", in effect it has about 30 of them to chose from.

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May 21, 2017, 06:29:37 AM
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Anybody knows how many coins I can expect to mine per day on an i7 6500u processor?

 That will vary a TON depending on the project, but I suspect you're not going to see a lot of coin/day on ANY of the GRC whitelisted projects.

 For perspective, a little over 2 million RAC on Moo Wrapper gets me less than 200 GRC/day, and needs roughly 15 Gigakeys/sec of Dnet RC5-72 keyrate to achieve.
 This particular project is VERY friendly to AMD GPUs though recent NVidia GPUs do quite well too (it's pretty much ALL about the number of cores and the clock rate), while the fastest CPUs ever managed less than 10 MEGAkeys/sec per core.

 Other BOINC projects in the GRC whitelist are friendlier to NVidia GPUs, and I think there are a few that are CPU friendly (your i7 should do comparably well on those).


 Unlike most cryptocoins, GRC doesn't work with a single "algorithm", in effect it has about 30 of them to chose from.



Well I have no idea how your "2 million RAC" compares to my i7 laptop so I am still clueless  Undecided. But still, thanks for taking the time for replying to me
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May 21, 2017, 08:51:57 AM
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Well I have no idea how your "2 million RAC" compares to my i7 laptop so I am still clueless  Undecided. But still, thanks for taking the time for replying to me
Well, it's a laptop, so perhaps 10 GRC per day max (using only CPU, not GPU), running 24/7.
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May 21, 2017, 09:26:28 AM
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CPID it change automatically in the wallet?
Yes, once you have BOINC installed with your own CPID, wallet should pick it automatically, but there is a procedure to be followed. More details here:
http://www.gridcoin.us/Guides/earn-grc.htm

Or here:
https://www.reddit.com/r/gridcoin/comments/5lhvem/switch_to_solo_mining
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May 21, 2017, 11:37:51 AM
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Do you have events/ideas for Gridcoin block #100000 ?

https://github.com/Erkan-Yilmaz/Gridcoin-tasks/issues/129
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May 22, 2017, 05:39:05 AM
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Some trivia

In late March 2016 Google searches for the term 'gridcoin' spiked very briefly and quickly fell back.

But from 2 weeks ago til the last measurement 'gridcoin' searches are at a high that lasted over 2 weeks.

For the first time ever two weeks ago there were briefly more searches for 'gridcoin' than for 'boinc'.  Huh

https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=today%2012-m&q=boinc,gridcoin
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May 22, 2017, 07:46:54 AM
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Some trivia

In late March 2016 Google searches for the term 'gridcoin' spiked very briefly and quickly fell back.

But from 2 weeks ago til the last measurement 'gridcoin' searches are at a high that lasted over 2 weeks.

For the first time ever two weeks ago there were briefly more searches for 'gridcoin' than for 'boinc'.  Huh

https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=today%2012-m&q=boinc,gridcoin

i guess it's due to all the latest price increases Smiley
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May 22, 2017, 02:24:16 PM
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Why Gridcoin Beats Golem Hands Down: http://www.natesimpson.com/blog/archives/2017/05/21/why-gridcoin-beats-golem-hands-down/
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May 22, 2017, 03:31:32 PM
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Orange juice beats coca cola too, but orange juice did not have a corporate ico to raise millions for a massive initial pump.
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May 22, 2017, 04:58:22 PM
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Orange juice beats coca cola too, but orange juice did not have a corporate ico to raise millions for a massive initial pump.

That's true, if grc came out as an ico it would be 1 USD per coin by now.
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May 22, 2017, 11:38:57 PM
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GRC as of right now is a little over 3.5 cents/coin.

 If it had an ICO I'd expect it to be more like a dollar.

 9-)
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May 23, 2017, 11:50:39 AM
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I just wanna boinc, part 1&2:
https://steemit.com/gridcoin/@jimbo88/i-just-wanna-boinc-part-1-the-pi-stack
https://steemit.com/gridcoin/@jimbo88/i-just-wanna-boinc-part-2-the-z620-workstation-a-noob-s-perspective
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