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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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December 09, 2013, 02:19:03 PM
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Damn!  Coinbase.org pool is also non-functional.  You pool operators need to get your stuff together.  This is BS.

If it's a DDOS, then get some protected servers or something, but stop wasting my time.

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STABLECOIN OFFICIAL FORUMS

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December 09, 2013, 03:51:37 PM
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The forum needs to be more polished for sure, but I'm sure it'll get to the point where we can use it properly Smiley I'm also interested in seeing the forum that the other member is working on.
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December 09, 2013, 04:17:01 PM
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Don't know what you did, but the pool is not working for shit.  I have changed nothing in my scrypt or in my bat file, but I am getting an endless stream of "Found block for pool 0!" but NO "Accepted."

ONe thing I find intolerable is to have my computer crunching numbers uselessly.  Fix it!!!!!

All I did was to compile the new coindaemon and change the block time from 40 to 60 sec. This looks suspiciously like a sha256 miner connected. I just tried to throw one of my ASICs on it and got something similar, shares found on pool but rejected/not accepted. The 7950 I threw on it works just fine.
No, it isn't sha256 miner, nor is it an ASIC, it's an AMD R9 280x, the same one I've been using for a week, only now, all I get is "Found block for pool 0" over and over again.

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December 09, 2013, 04:37:03 PM
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Don't know what you did, but the pool is not working for shit.  I have changed nothing in my scrypt or in my bat file, but I am getting an endless stream of "Found block for pool 0!" but NO "Accepted."

ONe thing I find intolerable is to have my computer crunching numbers uselessly.  Fix it!!!!!

All I did was to compile the new coindaemon and change the block time from 40 to 60 sec. This looks suspiciously like a sha256 miner connected. I just tried to throw one of my ASICs on it and got something similar, shares found on pool but rejected/not accepted. The 7950 I threw on it works just fine.
I admittedly have no idea how pool software work, but you probably shouldn't be changing it to 60 seconds yet. The fork isn't happening until block 312k.

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December 09, 2013, 04:48:44 PM
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Oh yeah, thanks for picking it up. Reading comprehension there :| That's on the fronend part but you're right, should change it on at fork time.

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December 09, 2013, 06:06:23 PM
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youll better fix the blockexplorer if you want the coin to continue in coinmarkettcap!

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December 09, 2013, 06:48:46 PM
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Don't know what you did, but the pool is not working for shit.  I have changed nothing in my scrypt or in my bat file, but I am getting an endless stream of "Found block for pool 0!" but NO "Accepted."

ONe thing I find intolerable is to have my computer crunching numbers uselessly.  Fix it!!!!!

All I did was to compile the new coindaemon and change the block time from 40 to 60 sec. This looks suspiciously like a sha256 miner connected. I just tried to throw one of my ASICs on it and got something similar, shares found on pool but rejected/not accepted. The 7950 I threw on it works just fine.
No, it isn't sha256 miner, nor is it an ASIC, it's an AMD R9 280x, the same one I've been using for a week, only now, all I get is "Found block for pool 0" over and over again.
What is your username on the pool?
Same as here, Catswold.  Right now, I'm on the coin-base.org pool, since it seems to be functioning.

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December 09, 2013, 07:09:03 PM
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Don't know what you did, but the pool is not working for shit.  I have changed nothing in my scrypt or in my bat file, but I am getting an endless stream of "Found block for pool 0!" but NO "Accepted."

ONe thing I find intolerable is to have my computer crunching numbers uselessly.  Fix it!!!!!

All I did was to compile the new coindaemon and change the block time from 40 to 60 sec. This looks suspiciously like a sha256 miner connected. I just tried to throw one of my ASICs on it and got something similar, shares found on pool but rejected/not accepted. The 7950 I threw on it works just fine.
No, it isn't sha256 miner, nor is it an ASIC, it's an AMD R9 280x, the same one I've been using for a week, only now, all I get is "Found block for pool 0" over and over again.
What is your username on the pool?
Same as here, Catswold.  Right now, I'm on the coin-base.org pool, since it seems to be functioning.

Yeah its fine for me as well.

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December 09, 2013, 07:19:21 PM
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The forum needs to be more polished for sure, but I'm sure it'll get to the point where we can use it properly Smiley I'm also interested in seeing the forum that the other member is working on.
It's being switched over to SMF (the same software this forum runs on). It'll look great. Smiley

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December 09, 2013, 07:25:53 PM
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We had a great 50% Rise in SBC MarketCap today

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We had a great 50% Rise in SBC MarketCap today
Indeed, SBC is going far   Grin

Looking forward to seeing those forums, artos Smiley
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December 09, 2013, 07:31:46 PM
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There are a lot of 'obvious' ways to make the block times more stable.  But most of them also make it nearly certain that whoever has the most compute power gets FAR MORE than a share of the blocks proportional to compute power.

For example, if you ask people to solve a linear rather than probabilistic puzzle, then the fastest computer will win - every time.  If you ask people to solve a dozen puzzles instead of a single puzzle, then what you have is a time to completion with (approximately) a 'normal' distribution -- but whoever has a computer twice as fast as everybody else an earlier, narrower "hump" in their normal distribution than everybody else. Because 90% of the possible solutions are in the area of the 'hump' that comes before the area in everybody else's 'hump' the faster computer will get to its solution 90% of the time before someone else does, meaning double the compute power gets nine times as much probability of winning.  

I'm pointing this out because the complaint of getting beaten to every block is consistent with the problem of being in the smaller of two mining pools, or independent mining, under one of these flawed 'block time stabilization' algorithms.

What exactly is the mechanism by which the block times were stabilized?  And does it leave everyone with fair chances at getting blocks?
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December 09, 2013, 07:32:37 PM
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Alright CryptoCulture pool...what the hell is going on with my difficulty?  Seriously...



I'm gonna point my hashes somewhere else until I get an answer  Undecided

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December 09, 2013, 08:50:43 PM
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I really wish the volume would pick up 83 BTC is nothing.

Now 77.2 BTC, quiet time on the exchange. Wonder how much this is linked to people staying away from Cryptsy for a bit to let it recover.  Undecided
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December 09, 2013, 08:51:36 PM
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Should really look into putting this on BTer, Cryptsy is complete trash right now.
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December 09, 2013, 08:54:35 PM
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How to update client? Should I back up the wallet first? After backing up a wallet, how do I load it up again?
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No need to backup the wallet. Just delete your old stablecoin-qt.exe and use the new one.

Can someone verify this works fine even for encrypted wallet?

Thanks,

I am just going through this cautiously because I've never done it before and wouldn't like to lose any coins in the process

I did this by building wallet from source on Ubuntu and worked fine. Just using the new 1.4 client and left everything else the same.
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December 09, 2013, 08:56:16 PM
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Should really look into putting this on BTer, Cryptsy is complete trash right now.

Just emailed the admin at Bter, I recommend everyone else ask for StableCoin support as well. Here is my message:

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Hey, do you think it would be possible to list StableCoin on the exchange? It seems to be a really good coin with a lot of potential but Cryptsy is the only one trading it right now, and I would really like to see it on a better site, like Bter.

Let me know what you think.

Also, is there a place we can follow the dev team for updates?

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Just getting around to configuring the forum hierarchy, http://forums.stablecoin.net

Any suggestions?

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Just getting around to configuring the forum hierarchy, http://forums.stablecoin.net

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Look at the one used in this forum and modify a bit.


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