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Author Topic: [ANN][Datacoin] Datacoin blockchain start announcement (Minor code upd + logo)  (Read 159308 times)
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December 10, 2013, 02:47:46 AM
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Datacoin is looking amazing and the price should be catching up soon! Good job guys

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December 10, 2013, 09:48:20 AM
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I downloaded datacoin and was surprised to see the difficulty at above 9.  I'm just wondering, is it possible to merge-mine this, or at least to re-use the cunningham chains from the Primecoin block chain?  If it's possible, I'd say some clever person is getting a lot of blocks!

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December 10, 2013, 09:52:35 AM
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I downloaded datacoin and was surprised to see the difficulty at above 9.  I'm just wondering, is it possible to merge-mine this, or at least to re-use the cunningham chains from the Primecoin block chain?  If it's possible, I'd say some clever person is getting a lot of blocks!
Hmmm, I'll address this question to main developer. But now blocks generation speed looks stable (near required 1 block per minute or less), difficulty stable too... Really, I need to clarify that with oocook5u.

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December 10, 2013, 10:18:12 AM
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I downloaded datacoin and was surprised to see the difficulty at above 9.  I'm just wondering, is it possible to merge-mine this, or at least to re-use the cunningham chains from the Primecoin block chain?  If it's possible, I'd say some clever person is getting a lot of blocks!
That's interesting, and I have been thinking about it also, if in the end DTC could be merge-mined with XPM that would be definately good for the coin, and that would also mean that both coins would share the same difficulty. I can't see a reason why the prime chains accepted by XPM couldn't be accepted for DTC, but they could be chained somehow in the blockchain.

Let's wait and see.  Roll Eyes
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December 10, 2013, 10:19:11 AM
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I downloaded datacoin and was surprised to see the difficulty at above 9.  I'm just wondering, is it possible to merge-mine this, or at least to re-use the cunningham chains from the Primecoin block chain?  If it's possible, I'd say some clever person is getting a lot of blocks!
That's interesting, and I have been thinking about it also, if in the end DTC could be merge-mined with XPM that would be definately good for the coin, and that would also mean that both coins would share the same difficulty. I can't see a reason why the prime chains accepted by XPM couldn't be accepted for DTC, but they could be chained somehow in the blockchain.

Let's wait and see.  Roll Eyes

Yeah, with the same difficulty and merge-mining it can be awesome union for both coins.

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December 10, 2013, 10:50:18 AM
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i like this idea and want some.
what are the recommended exchanges?
does anyone (with reputation, or you go first) wanna trade directly and spare the fees? if so PM me

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December 10, 2013, 10:52:08 AM
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i like this idea and want some.
what are the recommended exchanges?
does anyone (with reputation, or you go first) wanna trade directly and spare the fees? if so PM me

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Bter works well for me last days, and no complains from other members.

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December 10, 2013, 11:27:34 AM
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Hmmm tried the weekend mining on rpool when i was AFK with both primeminer and jhprimeminer and after submitting several 10/11ch, hundreds of 8/9 ch and 1000's of 6/7ch i got exactly 0 DTC's... Now trying it on the specialized client build for Intel but this lack of a good pool, high difficulty for normal users and unclear info (what i see a lot with new alt coins (ex. unitecoin)) looks to me to keep others away from mining Sad

i'm not a n00b but it feels like this -> lets make it extra difficult for new users so we as foundation have a kickstart in coingeneration... this way clearly the foundation can say, we announced everything so its not a premine... but you get the point Smiley

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December 10, 2013, 11:35:56 AM
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Bter has always been fine for me too.  Never had a problem.

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December 10, 2013, 11:37:33 AM
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Hmmm tried the weekend mining on rpool when i was AFK with both primeminer and jhprimeminer and after submitting several 10/11ch, hundreds of 8/9 ch and 1000's of 6/7ch i got exactly 0 DTC's... Now trying it on the specialized client build for Intel but this lack of a good pool, high difficulty for normal users and unclear info (what i see a lot with new alt coins (ex. unitecoin)) looks to me to keep others away from mining Sad

i'm not a n00b but it feels like this -> lets make it extra difficult for new users so we as foundation have a kickstart in coingeneration... this way clearly the foundation can say, we announced everything so its not a premine... but you get the point Smiley



I got your point. So here are answers.
1. Rpool looks like scam for many users, a lot of them complained about very low payouts. -> don't use DTC rpool.
2. Lack of good pool is not something that 'helps foundation'. Vice versa, it is not good for promotion, and we understand that. There are several miners now: original miner, Palmdetroit's miner (also released some weeks ago), jhPrimeminer (with mumus changes). You're free to create your own private pool  - there are enough possibilities just now.  Do you see many XPM pools? DTC mining has the same difficulties as XPM mining. Do you think that if it is so easy to get pools? Why there are only 3 XPM pools in that case (and rpool between them)?
3. 2 XPM pools (ypool and beeeer) declined adding DTC . So we need to do all this development from scratch. Main developer works at that. It will not take months, maybe days or few weeks.

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December 10, 2013, 12:06:06 PM
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I got your point. So here are answers.
1. Rpool looks like scam for many users, a lot of them complained about very low payouts. -> don't use DTC rpool.
2. Lack of good pool is not something that 'helps foundation'. Vice versa, it is not good for promotion, and we understand that. There are several miners now: original miner, Palmdetroit's miner (also released some weeks ago), jhPrimeminer (with mumus changes). You're free to create your own private pool  - there are enough possibilities just now.  Do you see many XPM pools? DTC mining has the same difficulties as XPM mining. Do you think that if it is so easy to get pools? Why there are only 3 XPM pools in that case (and rpool between them)?
3. 2 XPM pools (ypool and beeeer) declined adding DTC . So we need to do all this development from scratch. Main developer works at that. It will not take months, maybe days or few weeks.

Thanks for the fast response.
1. Good to know, but i figured out this myself after coming back from a nice holiday weekend with the girl. Heating my house when i was away with a few i5's and i7's and found a empty DTC wallet Wink
2. True, a pool is not something the foundation is responsible for but if they want a proper and covered launch its more and more a must. i saw little bit same tactics with a cpu coin called Protoshares where the foundation bought themself in with ypool, pointed there massive botnet to ypool and had a 80% of total hashrate the first weeks running for their coingeneration ( this is ofcourse my own observation and no way i can get this black on white from their p.o.v.).
3. proper answer, thanks for the info. so lets see if we can get this solomining running on linux.... Smiley
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December 10, 2013, 07:38:32 PM
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Hmmm tried the weekend mining on rpool when i was AFK with both primeminer and jhprimeminer and after submitting several 10/11ch, hundreds of 8/9 ch and 1000's of 6/7ch i got exactly 0 DTC's... Now trying it on the specialized client build for Intel but this lack of a good pool, high difficulty for normal users and unclear info (what i see a lot with new alt coins (ex. unitecoin)) looks to me to keep others away from mining Sad

i'm not a n00b but it feels like this -> lets make it extra difficult for new users so we as foundation have a kickstart in coingeneration... this way clearly the foundation can say, we announced everything so its not a premine... but you get the point Smiley



I got your point. So here are answers.
1. Rpool looks like scam for many users, a lot of them complained about very low payouts. -> don't use DTC rpool.
2. Lack of good pool is not something that 'helps foundation'. Vice versa, it is not good for promotion, and we understand that. There are several miners now: original miner, Palmdetroit's miner (also released some weeks ago), jhPrimeminer (with mumus changes). You're free to create your own private pool  - there are enough possibilities just now.  Do you see many XPM pools? DTC mining has the same difficulties as XPM mining. Do you think that if it is so easy to get pools? Why there are only 3 XPM pools in that case (and rpool between them)?
3. 2 XPM pools (ypool and beeeer) declined adding DTC . So we need to do all this development from scratch. Main developer works at that. It will not take months, maybe days or few weeks.
I've been looking into the pool thingy, definitely needs to be open source. I looked at stratum+stratum-mining, however they are more SHA256 oriented than XPM/DTC. Unfortunately it gets worse, without some open source XPM/DTC miner, I have no way of knowing how everything works, what kind of data is needed.

If someone can provide me with some info, I'd continue with my experimentation.

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December 10, 2013, 07:40:48 PM
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Hmmm tried the weekend mining on rpool when i was AFK with both primeminer and jhprimeminer and after submitting several 10/11ch, hundreds of 8/9 ch and 1000's of 6/7ch i got exactly 0 DTC's... Now trying it on the specialized client build for Intel but this lack of a good pool, high difficulty for normal users and unclear info (what i see a lot with new alt coins (ex. unitecoin)) looks to me to keep others away from mining Sad

i'm not a n00b but it feels like this -> lets make it extra difficult for new users so we as foundation have a kickstart in coingeneration... this way clearly the foundation can say, we announced everything so its not a premine... but you get the point Smiley



I got your point. So here are answers.
1. Rpool looks like scam for many users, a lot of them complained about very low payouts. -> don't use DTC rpool.
2. Lack of good pool is not something that 'helps foundation'. Vice versa, it is not good for promotion, and we understand that. There are several miners now: original miner, Palmdetroit's miner (also released some weeks ago), jhPrimeminer (with mumus changes). You're free to create your own private pool  - there are enough possibilities just now.  Do you see many XPM pools? DTC mining has the same difficulties as XPM mining. Do you think that if it is so easy to get pools? Why there are only 3 XPM pools in that case (and rpool between them)?
3. 2 XPM pools (ypool and beeeer) declined adding DTC . So we need to do all this development from scratch. Main developer works at that. It will not take months, maybe days or few weeks.
I've been looking into the pool thingy, definitely needs to be open source. I looked at stratum+stratum-mining, however they are more SHA256 oriented than XPM/DTC. Unfortunately it gets worse, without some open source XPM/DTC miner, I have no way of knowing how everything works, what kind of data is needed.

If someone can provide me with some info, I'd continue with my experimentation.

Look here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=364205.msg3906618#msg3906618

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December 11, 2013, 01:39:45 AM
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I have released a full featured blockchain explorer for Datacoin here:

http://www.chainbrowser.com/datacoin/

I still have some features that I am working on, but it was finished enough that I thought I would share it with the community.  If anyone has any suggestions or critiques please let me know and I will see what I can do to add or rectify them.

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December 11, 2013, 02:18:41 AM
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I really like the fact that this coin is based on Primecoin's proof-of-work system rather than SHA256 or scrypt. Besides the obvious benefit of actually doing some useful work, no GPU/FPGA/ASIC mining means the threat of centralization is less significant.

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December 11, 2013, 03:01:42 AM
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We really need a public pool for this coin. Someone has been quietly mining with a small pool for a while now. An example is:

http://www.chainbrowser.com/datacoin/block/9aad979fdd8b9e66723b689a63c31e065a22d4eb84671b7bb1a7e04d5bac9690/
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December 11, 2013, 08:06:22 AM
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I have released a full featured blockchain explorer for Datacoin here:

http://www.chainbrowser.com/datacoin/

I still have some features that I am working on, but it was finished enough that I thought I would share it with the community.  If anyone has any suggestions or critiques please let me know and I will see what I can do to add or rectify them.

If you want to support further development and server costs, please help by sending DTC to DR3WjxiK7BaGRsNAZL1rNN26ojYaVGbSoG


Nice work! I sent you a 5 DTC donation.

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December 11, 2013, 08:10:34 AM
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We really need a public pool for this coin. Someone has been quietly mining with a small pool for a while now. An example is:

http://www.chainbrowser.com/datacoin/block/9aad979fdd8b9e66723b689a63c31e065a22d4eb84671b7bb1a7e04d5bac9690/

I think that it is not pool, but couple of VPS instances pointed to one.
Main difficulty with pool is implementing some protocol for avoiding cheating, so it's not such easy as with scrypt coins. But you can start your own 'pool' with your friends where no one will cheat Smiley

BTW - thanks for block explorer one more time!

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December 11, 2013, 08:27:58 AM
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We really need a public pool for this coin. Someone has been quietly mining with a small pool for a while now. An example is:

http://www.chainbrowser.com/datacoin/block/9aad979fdd8b9e66723b689a63c31e065a22d4eb84671b7bb1a7e04d5bac9690/

I think that it is not pool, but couple of VPS instances pointed to one.
Main difficulty with pool is implementing some protocol for avoiding cheating, so it's not such easy as with scrypt coins. But you can start your own 'pool' with your friends where no one will cheat Smiley

BTW - thanks for block explorer one more time!

If this is true there should still only be one output for the block reward correct? I have multiple miners pointed to one wallet and only see one output. I remember the split block reward being an extra feature of some pools some time ago.

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December 11, 2013, 08:51:54 AM
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We really need a public pool for this coin. Someone has been quietly mining with a small pool for a while now. An example is:

http://www.chainbrowser.com/datacoin/block/9aad979fdd8b9e66723b689a63c31e065a22d4eb84671b7bb1a7e04d5bac9690/

I think that it is not pool, but couple of VPS instances pointed to one.
Main difficulty with pool is implementing some protocol for avoiding cheating, so it's not such easy as with scrypt coins. But you can start your own 'pool' with your friends where no one will cheat Smiley

BTW - thanks for block explorer one more time!
no, this dosnt work. if you point multiple miners to a getwork rpc, all blocks found will end up just as if its solo mining.

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