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Author Topic: [ANN] [PXC] Phoenixcoin v0.6.6.1 ~ NeoScrypt Original ~ 5 Years Old  (Read 109049 times)
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March 20, 2014, 03:15:07 AM
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PXC has been listed on the AllCrypt exchange today.

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March 21, 2014, 01:10:16 AM
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Phoenixcoin v0.6.5.2 Released

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This v0.6.5.2 is an important update over the previous release. The Coin Control has been implemented which enables user control over unspent outputs (disabled by default; may be activated at "Settings->Options->Display->Enable the Coin Control (for experienced users only)").

Transaction fee schedule has been modified. Most transactions are free if they are less than 2000 bytes in size, have enough coin age and don't get caught by the dust spam filter (any output < 0.01 PXC). A regular transaction (1 input, 1 output) is 192 bytes. The minimal transaction fee is unchanged at 0.1 PXC for those transactions which require a fee.

Another important improvement is a soft fork at block #270000 which enables a better protection against time travel attacks and the block limiter against hostile coin hoppers (no more than 6 blocks per 2 minutes can be accepted). There are also a few important security fixes.

This is the 1st time we offer an official client for MacOS X (both 32-bit and 64-bit versions supported, 10.5+). A 32-bit Linux build (i386) is also available in addition to the 64-bit one (amd64). As usual, 32-bit and 64-bit Windows builds.

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March 21, 2014, 01:23:54 AM
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Looks good. Still very jealous of the 64 bit clients!  Tongue

I like the time warp restrictions. Hope all goes well with the soft fork.

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March 21, 2014, 03:00:44 PM
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Looks good. Still very jealous of the 64 bit clients!  Tongue

I like the time warp restrictions. Hope all goes well with the soft fork.

Got some buys out there.

Those nodes which don't update to v0.6.5.2 in time will be protected by the ACP. I've updated the master node, the block explorer and my P2Pool nodes already.

There was quite a bit of volume at Cryptsy recently. Nearly 1 million PXC traded on the 19-Mar-2014 alone. That's quite a lot considering 11 million PXC in circulation currently. Now the market is rather quiet. I guess most of the weak hands have dumped their bags and left for greener pastures. My bag didn't mind getting in a few hundred thousand PXC at these prices.

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April 09, 2014, 09:02:32 AM
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A note on the recently discovered OpenSSL bug.

Phoenixcoin Qt client doesn't support payment requests of the Bitcoin style. I have decided not to add this functionality when implemented the Coin Control. So, no upgrade required.

If you use rpcssl in your daemon's phoenixcoin.conf and expose your rpcport to the outside which is a bad thing actually, you should upgrade OpenSSL to v1.0.1g and re-compile the daemon. No upgrade required otherwise.

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May 21, 2014, 03:09:05 AM
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This coin has a good name.  Is it dead or why is there such little interest?

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May 21, 2014, 12:17:39 PM
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This coin is 1 year old since yesterday. There are loads and loads of Scrypt PoW coins, so the people are bored and fed up with them. Things will change for Phoenixcoin some day.

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May 29, 2014, 04:10:25 AM
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Phoenixcoin v0.6.5.3 Released

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There are many important improvements in this release.
Additional address (peer) DB engine with a network filter, -defaultkey option for solo miners, better performance overall.

Dual magic number support without a hard fork (moving away from the Litecoin magic number).
v0.6.5.3 peers communicate using the new magic with each other and use the old magic while talking to the previous versions.

There is also a soft fork at block #340000 to enable the enhanced block limiter reducing efficiency of future time travels.

Upgrade isn't required, though advised generally.

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May 29, 2014, 04:19:42 AM
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Phoenix is the phone+ix?or not? Grin
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June 01, 2014, 04:40:45 PM
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New release...Congrats!

PhoenixCoin now has it's own page on http://coinwik.org a wikipedia listing all the alt coins to help you quickly find facts and links about your favorite coin.

http://coinwik.org/PhoenixCoin

Feel free to update the page If you know of other facts and links that can be added to the page.
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June 02, 2014, 07:14:53 PM
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pxc.minepool.net  has been updated to client v0.6.5.3.
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June 06, 2014, 09:47:10 PM
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New FREE 0% PhoenixCoin mining pool now available from iSpace Mining Pools

http://ispace.co.uk

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June 07, 2014, 10:08:06 PM
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New FREE 0% PhoenixCoin mining pool now available from iSpace Mining Pools

http://ispace.co.uk

Good to see another PXC pool running, thanks. Hope it won't die without a warning like many pools do.

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July 29, 2014, 05:50:42 PM
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NeoScrypt Pool Modules Released:

NOMP MultiHashing PR: https://github.com/zone117x/node-multi-hashing/pull/26

Stratum Algo Module: https://github.com/ahmedbodi/neoscrypt_python

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July 30, 2014, 07:55:14 AM
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I'm solo mining, how long does it take to find a block with the integrated neoscrypt miner? I'm running an i7 Intel 4th generation.


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July 30, 2014, 10:11:53 AM
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I'm solo mining, how long does it take to find a block with the integrated neoscrypt miner? I'm running an i7 Intel 4th generation.

The difficulty will be re-set to 0.016 for block #400K (NeoScrypt switch). It should be low enough for CPU solo mining. If you are interested in performance estimations, start your PXC client with -testnet -dns=1 -addnode=phoenixcoin.org and solo mine some. The testnet runs NeoScrypt already after block #3600. There are also P2Pools in Amsterdam (http://prometheus.phoenixcoin.org:20554) and Los Angeles (http://menoetius.phoenixcoin.org:20554) as well as a testnet block explorer (http://explorer.phoenixcoin.org:3080).

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So it sounds like even more coins will be minted every month.

I think the idea is to cut inflation and dilution, not increase it.

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July 30, 2014, 03:27:25 PM
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I'm solo mining, how long does it take to find a block with the integrated neoscrypt miner? I'm running an i7 Intel 4th generation.

The difficulty will be re-set to 0.016 for block #400K (NeoScrypt switch). It should be low enough for CPU solo mining. If you are interested in performance estimations, start your PXC client with -testnet -dns=1 -addnode=phoenixcoin.org and solo mine some. The testnet runs NeoScrypt already after block #3600. There are also P2Pools in Amsterdam (http://prometheus.phoenixcoin.org:20554) and Los Angeles (http://menoetius.phoenixcoin.org:20554) as well as a testnet block explorer (http://explorer.phoenixcoin.org:3080).


thanks ghostlander. When I run minerd on its own I get this error, what could be the cause?:



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thanks ghostlander. When I run minerd on its own I get this error, what could be the cause?:

-a altscrypt is Scrypt(1024, 1, 1) implemented through the NeoScrypt engine for compatibility reasons, so NeoScrypt can be an all-in-one solution for coins switching from Scrypt to NeoScrypt. They need Scrypt after switching to verify old blocks. The NeoScrypt engine can do both old and new blocks if called with appropriate profile flags. Their existing Scrypt code can be removed. NeoScrypt in the compatibility mode verifies block headers even faster than the original Scrypt. Mining is different. NeoScrypt needs more threading optimisations to reach and exceed performance level of Scrypt.

-a neoscrypt enables NeoScrypt for CPUminer. This is the default behaviour if no -a specified.

One more thing. Testnet addresses use a different prefix and start with either 'm' or 'n'.

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thanks ghostlander. When I run minerd on its own I get this error, what could be the cause?:

-a altscrypt is Scrypt(1024, 1, 1) implemented through the NeoScrypt engine for compatibility reasons, so NeoScrypt can be an all-in-one solution for coins switching from Scrypt to NeoScrypt. They need Scrypt after switching to verify old blocks. The NeoScrypt engine can do both old and new blocks if called with appropriate profile flags. Their existing Scrypt code can be removed. NeoScrypt in the compatibility mode verifies block headers even faster than the original Scrypt. Mining is different. NeoScrypt needs more threading optimisations to reach and exceed performance level of Scrypt.

-a neoscrypt enables NeoScrypt for CPUminer. This is the default behaviour if no -a specified.

One more thing. Testnet addresses use a different prefix and start with either 'm' or 'n'.


Great, that explains it. Thanks for replying.


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