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Author Topic: [ANN][SBC] From Death Comes Life – The Rebirth of StableCoin - URGENT UPDATE  (Read 179548 times)
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February 27, 2015, 12:44:27 AM
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If you use my pool, post your username and StableCoin address here and I'll send 50SBC to you Smiley
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February 27, 2015, 01:29:18 AM
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lordviper2300 sUrWSVZjvPeC3arCm6j7CBLFeTBHooLN8n.

im trying to get my 26mh/s gridseeds connected but there having trouble.

also my wallet is on syncing.
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February 27, 2015, 01:47:33 AM
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lordviper2300 sUrWSVZjvPeC3arCm6j7CBLFeTBHooLN8n.

im trying to get my 26mh/s gridseeds connected but there having trouble.

also my wallet is on syncing.

I saw you connect and fly up to 15MH/s, then rapidly get a shit ton of rejects and fall.
I have a 15MH/s Zeus miner on there and have had for a number of days, it gets under 2% rejected and is working fine... If you've overclocked them, downclock them and try again
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February 27, 2015, 01:49:27 AM
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thanks ill try that. im just trying to figure out why my wallet is not connecting to sync up
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February 27, 2015, 02:01:04 AM
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thanks ill try that. im just trying to figure out why my wallet is not connecting to sync up


Here's my Donation to you:
Status: 3/unconfirmed, broadcast through 6 nodes
Date: 27/02/2015 01:48
To: lordviper2300 sUrWSVZjvPeC3arCm6j7CBLFeTBHooLN8n
Debit: -300.10 SBC
Net amount: -300.10 SBC
Transaction ID: d5a5c15cbeb0a11eb3e80ed40431cdb7456eab46d1a696b40c9493d711cdde1a


put this in your stablecoin.conf in /appdata/StableCoin
addnode=151.80.140.87
addnode=94.175.73.17
One's the Dedi, one's my home wallet, putting that in there should connect to me and speed up syncing a bit. If not, I can try and send the blockchain over, but anytime I've tried before, it just results in a shit ton of client crashes...
Are you running the latest wallet?
Try this one if you're not sure, it's the wallet me and the pool are using (well the pool is from github, but it appears to be the same version) and transactions appear on cryptsy so I guess that's all we need...
Cryptsy's wallet for SBC is actually offline at the moment... http://puu.sh/gehEg/380cf32c73.png
Here's a link to the wallet I'm using right now - https[Suspicious link removed]?dl=0
Good luck!
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February 27, 2015, 02:12:23 AM
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They removed my link  Embarrassed
PM me if you want it...
OR go on the original ann thread and look somewhere around there, make sure not to get v1.0 or suchlike...
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February 27, 2015, 02:18:55 AM
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Oh yeah, guys

It's reported that -all- mail from my pool goes to SPAM folder, so check there _BEFORE_ reporting it to me!
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February 27, 2015, 02:26:46 AM
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until i can get the wallet working again i shut down all machines. i did add those 2 nodes you gave me to my .conf file but still nothing
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February 27, 2015, 04:35:32 AM
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i see on coinwarz the network hashrate has gone up on stablecoin today. if anyone else thats mining it can you send out some addnodes so we all can keep updated.
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February 27, 2015, 12:58:19 PM
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I present, The Only SBC pool out there working... Of all the listed ones, anyways

I recently discovered that SBC is hanging around the #1 - #3 spot for profitability on CoinWarz!
So, like anyone, I immediately wanted to start mining, considering its value graph:
I checked EVERY pool I could find, the -only- one which responded was http://sbc.ub3rl33t .com - After setting up workers etc, stratum doesn't connect.
So I set up a pool for myself to use, as I love graphs and stuff, and it's running so smoothly I figured I'd let others join me.
I've been mining here for 3 days with 10-15MH/s and have received over 10K SBC

Blocks mature after 35 confirms
Full uptime, so far.

*Note that, when editing your account details to check your SPAM folder for the email!*

If you decide to mine with us I'll send you 25-100SBC, just post your pool username and SBC address
If you're having trouble syncing, just add the pool address as a node
addnode=151.80.140.87

(I know we have no domain, remember this was originally just for me so...)
http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/coins/stablecoin


http://151.80.140.87/MPOS/public/index.php?page=register

Any issues post here.
100% uptime, bought the dedi purely for this, so no domain.. Yet Tongue

35 Confirms!, VARDIFF, but diff starts at 1 so even low powered miners can get a fair go!

http://151.80.140.87/MPOS/public
Been running stable and receiving payout for over a week now
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March 02, 2015, 11:19:45 PM
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Here are all the addnodes I have:

addnode=108.186.237.29
addnode=109.121.82.231
addnode=184.171.221.204
addnode=109.80.94.251
addnode=93.138.167.14
addnode=31.207.20.162
addnode=188.126.8.14

Have had these for some time.  Wallet seems to connect with 8 - 11 connections.  It depends on how many wallets are open on the network.  The addnodes above are suppose to be dedicated.

More wallets open, more connections to each wallet.
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March 03, 2015, 11:38:22 PM
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I noticed when Stablecoin is stepped on by ASIC miners, it drops way down on the list at Coinwarz.  When the ASIC miners or bots realize they are not getting many coins they leave it alone for awhile.

The developer(s) stated that they made the Stablecoin network ASIC proof by design.  Its designed for the low hashrate miner crowd for better distribution instead of a few greedy people that can buy the high powered gear.

I say this is a good thing.  For those wanting a large number of coins, buy them.  They are cheap at the moment.
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March 05, 2015, 02:12:08 AM
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I noticed when Stablecoin is stepped on by ASIC miners, it drops way down on the list at Coinwarz.  When the ASIC miners or bots realize they are not getting many coins they leave it alone for awhile.

The developer(s) stated that they made the Stablecoin network ASIC proof by design.  Its designed for the low hashrate miner crowd for better distribution instead of a few greedy people that can buy the high powered gear.

I say this is a good thing.  For those wanting a large number of coins, buy them.  They are cheap at the moment.
We should buy them all to a disabled wallet?
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March 05, 2015, 02:14:46 AM
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Just as a quick FYI, there is a NOMP based pool at http://nomp.pnwminer.com. I switched to NOMP from MPOS about 4 months ago, but the pool itself has been running since mid-2013.
Didn't know about this, doesn't bother me personally because I can't stand P2pool or NOMP or anything thats out of the ordinary, I like going to my little getting started window, and just getting stuff running, rather than mucking around finding my coin address to see my stats and whatnot
Plus
Graphs
Everybody loves graphs
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March 05, 2015, 04:09:33 AM
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I noticed when Stablecoin is stepped on by ASIC miners, it drops way down on the list at Coinwarz.  When the ASIC miners or bots realize they are not getting many coins they leave it alone for awhile.

The developer(s) stated that they made the Stablecoin network ASIC proof by design.  Its designed for the low hashrate miner crowd for better distribution instead of a few greedy people that can buy the high powered gear.

I say this is a good thing.  For those wanting a large number of coins, buy them.  They are cheap at the moment.
We should buy them all to a disabled wallet?

Download and compile the Stablecoin wallet source files from Github or store the coins on an exchange.  There are a number of exchanges that have Stablecoin wallets.  Also, you can mine coins at a pool, then transfer the coins to an exchange account.

I have a copy of the latest compiled version but have no way to link it and I am not sure if I can legally distribute it because of copyright.
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March 06, 2015, 03:46:49 AM
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I noticed when Stablecoin is stepped on by ASIC miners, it drops way down on the list at Coinwarz.  When the ASIC miners or bots realize they are not getting many coins they leave it alone for awhile.

The developer(s) stated that they made the Stablecoin network ASIC proof by design.  Its designed for the low hashrate miner crowd for better distribution instead of a few greedy people that can buy the high powered gear.

I say this is a good thing.  For those wanting a large number of coins, buy them.  They are cheap at the moment.

How can an scrypt coin be considered ASIC-proof? o_O That claim was probably made back when SHA256 ASICs first started appearing on the scene, and the only way to increase your scrypt hashrate was to buy more GPUs.
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March 07, 2015, 10:54:22 AM
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I noticed when Stablecoin is stepped on by ASIC miners, it drops way down on the list at Coinwarz.  When the ASIC miners or bots realize they are not getting many coins they leave it alone for awhile.

The developer(s) stated that they made the Stablecoin network ASIC proof by design.  Its designed for the low hashrate miner crowd for better distribution instead of a few greedy people that can buy the high powered gear.

I say this is a good thing.  For those wanting a large number of coins, buy them.  They are cheap at the moment.

How can an scrypt coin be considered ASIC-proof? o_O That claim was probably made back when SHA256 ASICs first started appearing on the scene, and the only way to increase your scrypt hashrate was to buy more GPUs.

Have you heard of scrypt ASICs?  Currently, there are many being used.  From my understanding, the most powerful scrypt ASIC mines at 300 Mhash/s.  I wouldn't own or operate one because of the power draw and problems with profitability.

Maybe the Stablecoin coin dev(s) designed the difficulty to go up exponentially instead of linearly when the hashrate increases.  The number of coins generated drops off substantially when the hashrate goes up.  Its certainly not generating 1440 blocks per day on average as is should with a 1 minute block time.

Since profitability comes from conversion to BTC then to fiat, BTC will need to be at a much higher price than it is now.  Perhaps triple its current value for scrypt ASICs to be profitable.  I have my doubts BTC will get much higher than $300 per 1 BTC because of the MT. Gox heist of 650,000 BTC and BTC's shady reputation with illegal activities.

Within the next year or two, BTC will more than likely fall to a conversion rate to fiat of less than 1 USD per BTC.  Probably after another crypto coin has surpassed it in value.  Its my guess the replacement will be a scrpyt (GPU) type coin.
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March 08, 2015, 05:30:32 PM
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Solomining not working, I decided to set up an MPOS mining pool
1.5% fee, as far as I can tell the ONLY pool out there working...

100% uptime, bought the dedi purely for this, so no domain Tongue

120 confirms, VARDIFF, but diff starts at 1 so even low powered miners can get a fair go!

http://151.80.140.87/MPOS/public

As a test, I mined 2 blocks solo after 9 hours at about 680 kHash/s.  I used an AMD R9 200 Series graphics card.  Here are the cgminer 3.6.5 parameters used:

setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
F:
cd f:\ScryptCoin Mining\cgminer-3.6.5-windows
cgminer.exe --scrypt --intensity 18 -g 1 -v 1 -w 256 --gpu-powertune 50 --lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 20480 --gpu-engine 1000 --auto-fan --gpu-memclock 1450 -o 127.0.0.1:17501 -u <username> -p <password>
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March 12, 2015, 12:10:13 AM
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Hello,
Any update about the exchanges?
Thanks.

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March 15, 2015, 03:59:06 AM
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I added it to www.diggerpool.com to see how it does.

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