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May 26, 2018, 07:27:09 PM
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This is nice that users can mine with their computer CPUs - the idea is attractive. Just I wanted to see more explanation on the technical algorithm of resistance from you. What if Xmr-stak is continuously relaunched?
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May 27, 2018, 09:23:56 AM
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Nerva Update!!! Fork at block 44500!!!!

NERVA is ready for a hardfork. v6 will occur at block 45000 at approximately 02:00 UTC on 1st June 2018
Short notice i know, but regular miners will have noticed some instability in the blockchain. This update hopes to remedy some of those issues and provide a better user experience.
You MUST update you miners to the latest version before block 45000, which will be

0.1.2.1: "Phoebus"

https://bitbucket.org/nerva-project/nerva

Over the course of the next few hours i will be updating the binary releases and will let everyone know when they are available to download on the website.
Please also note that the current trading exchanges for NERVA do not have very good communication and may not be updated in time for the fork. So please do not place any deposits or withdrawls to either exchange around this date until it is verified the exchanges have updated wallets. No support is provided for, or liability accepted for coins lost in transactions with exchanges.

More info on Nerva Discord Channel

https://discord.gg/jsdbEns
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May 27, 2018, 10:11:33 AM
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Hello,
Dear developers, We've added your excellent currency to our mining pool.
I will be appreciated if you add our mining pool's link to the common posts.

Best regards,
Frrsan Pool team

http://www.frrsan.com/
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We have low fees (0,5%)

automatic payout every 2hours.

No registration needed.

Start your miner with:

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-a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://frrsan.com:3355 -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p c=XNV
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May 28, 2018, 07:05:58 AM
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https://i.imgur.com/jjW2iSf.jpg
Hello,
Dear developers, We've added your excellent currency to our mining pool.
I will be appreciated if you add our mining pool's link to the common posts.

Best regards,
Frrsan Pool team

http://www.frrsan.com/
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We have low fees (0,5%)

automatic payout every 2hours.

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Start your miner with:

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-a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://frrsan.com:3355 -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p c=XNV

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May 28, 2018, 07:39:35 AM
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How much is the success rates  of the mining with just a single CPU core?
Can we use any CPU to do this solo CPU miners?
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May 28, 2018, 02:17:41 PM
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3 days 600h/s - 0
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May 28, 2018, 04:59:03 PM
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3 days 600h/s - 0
yes is imposible to find a block
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May 28, 2018, 05:04:52 PM
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3 days 600h/s - 0

Nethash is too high atm... I still don't believe if this coin is only for cpu mining.  Huh
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May 28, 2018, 06:08:01 PM
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3 days 600h/s - 0

Nethash is too high atm... I still don't believe if this coin is only for cpu mining.  Huh
Of course it's not. Obviously there are GPUs (or even ASICs) mining this. I really doubt it is so well known to the point of so many CPUs mining it to be such high hashrate. My big question now is to figure if this being labeled as a CPU only coin (but not being in the reality) is intentional or not.
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May 28, 2018, 06:10:12 PM
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3 days 600h/s - 0
yes is imposible to find a block
Why impossible? 600 * 24 * 60 * 60 * 3 = 155520000 = 155M hashs. Current net difficulty is 33M. 155/33 = 4.7 = 470% effort is a bad luck and is NOT impossible.
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May 29, 2018, 04:00:40 AM
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We can see that the altex trade is not very active, and there is no open pool recently, but SOLO is very difficult, I think we should open up a pool and get more people involved so that we can keep XNV going.

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May 30, 2018, 08:54:27 PM
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We can see that the altex trade is not very active, and there is no open pool recently, but SOLO is very difficult, I think we should open up a pool and get more people involved so that we can keep XNV going.

This is what gives XNV it's value - it requires patience to mine. It's not 'harder' than other coins, as a pool would provide a few coins a day, versus a whole block reward of coins when a block is found. Long term average makes this a non issue. That said, if people want Nerva now (and I don't blame them), then TradeOgre is getting some pretty good volume now.

xmranon on twitter/reddit.
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May 30, 2018, 08:57:37 PM
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3 days 600h/s - 0

Nethash is too high atm... I still don't believe if this coin is only for cpu mining.  Huh
Of course it's not. Obviously there are GPUs (or even ASICs) mining this. I really doubt it is so well known to the point of so many CPUs mining it to be such high hashrate. My big question now is to figure if this being labeled as a CPU only coin (but not being in the reality) is intentional or not.

I would like to see data to back up your suggestion that there are GPU's and ASICs mining this. The dashboard at: https://freeboard.io/board/EV5-se has 500 H/s (Ryzen or Intel i7 systems can hit this hashrate) has a block at 1 - 1.5 days on average. At current prices that's almost 30,000 Sats in 24 hours. This is easily the most sats that can be made with CPU mining, freeing up my GPU's to mine Masari. Win / Win.

xmranon on twitter/reddit.
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May 30, 2018, 11:36:10 PM
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3 days 600h/s - 0

Nethash is too high atm... I still don't believe if this coin is only for cpu mining.  Huh
Of course it's not. Obviously there are GPUs (or even ASICs) mining this. I really doubt it is so well known to the point of so many CPUs mining it to be such high hashrate. My big question now is to figure if this being labeled as a CPU only coin (but not being in the reality) is intentional or not.

I would like to see data to back up your suggestion that there are GPU's and ASICs mining this. The dashboard at: https://freeboard.io/board/EV5-se has 500 H/s (Ryzen or Intel i7 systems can hit this hashrate) has a block at 1 - 1.5 days on average. At current prices that's almost 30,000 Sats in 24 hours. This is easily the most sats that can be made with CPU mining, freeing up my GPU's to mine Masari. Win / Win.

Whilst i agree that their probably isnt a gpu miner or asic, i have to say you are talking rubbish with the 30,000 sats. I earn many times more than than cpu ming with my Ryzen 7. You just gotta look much harder.
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May 31, 2018, 03:16:58 AM
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The block cannot be updated when I update my wallet. Has the problem with the fork not been fixed yet?

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May 31, 2018, 06:43:52 AM
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ASIC for algo 4 weeks age? Are you seriously?  Grin
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June 01, 2018, 05:15:55 AM
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The algo was changed by hardfork? Looks like hashrate was increased in two times.

My congratulations for the first coin hardfork successful.
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June 01, 2018, 05:31:15 AM
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For mining this coin is not yet created there is no pool or mining in a pool is impossible? If the second - then the founder of something modified in your ASIC (this has happened on the forum) and while we all will mine the coin on the GPU, he will laugh and pick up almost everything. Has anyone checked the source code on Github?
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June 01, 2018, 08:01:05 AM
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Hi

I'm new to mining (starting this week) just a bit of hobby to pass the time. I have started mining NERVA and followed the simple guide post earlier for win 10. It has been going for about 24hrs and my wallet shows 0.0000000000. I get that solo is a slow process but compare to other mining i have tried this week normally after a day at least some of the zeros have changed.

Admittedly i am using win 7 not 10 but it seems to be working. I have triple checked the wallet address. Is they a way i check its doing the right thing other than the status option?

Cheers!

Hey there! What is your hashrate it shows when you type status? If you have a hashrate it should be working as far as I know. Don't get discouraged; the thing with mining this coin is that you won't find blocks very often, but when you do it's a big payout; the current block reward is ~65 coins (and total supply is 18 mil). My hashrate is about 370 h/s and I'm finding pretty much 1 block a day on average. So from there you might be able to get an estimate of how long to expect to find a block (for example, with 185 h/s or half of my hashrate, you might expect roughly 1 block every 2 days. Remember this is an average so luck plays a factor; you could easily go a few days without a block, and then find a few in one day sort of thing.

That being said, I just checked and the network hashrate is currently at 1.2 mh/s, which is roughly twice what it was when I wrote the guide a couple days ago.. though it tends to fluctuate a fair bit, the network is definitely growing fast. This just means there are twice as many people trying to mine the same amount of available coins, so you might only find blocks about half as often as I said above, because your portion of the networks hashrate is less, therefore your portion of the rewards will be less.

Hope that helps, if you have more questions consider joining the discord channel, there are plenty of people who know much more than me who are willing to help people out, and the dev is very active there and helpful as well  Wink


Hi Thanks for the reply, everything makes sense now. My hash rate is miles below yours but i have since found a block  Cheesy

I am now confused by the hard fork. Yesterday i noticed the net hash was constantly at 751.22 kH/s and my out connection dropped to 0 from 8. This remained the same all night. This morning i rebooted daemon and now i have 6 connections and the net hash is 65 KH/s. I saw that you need to do an update by today but I only see the binaries. I am on windows not Linux. Do i need to do something else?
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June 01, 2018, 08:07:14 AM
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The block cannot be updated when I update my wallet. Has the problem with the fork not been fixed yet?
have the problems been completely solved, my friend?
I would like to know more from you because I just found the topic recently and not familiar with all technical issues behind.
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