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Author Topic: [ANN][GRA] Graincoin - New PoW/PoS coin | Fast, secure | Version 1.5 Released!  (Read 163942 times)
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Version 1.5 Released. Version 1.5 is a mandatory upgrade, so please upgrade as soon as possible to avoid a fork. Version 1.5 fixes the superblock issue, making Graincoin the first coin ever to generate superblock in a truely random way. This will eliminate the hackers from getting most of the superblocks. Version 1.5 also includes some minor bug fixes. The switchover point is set at block 310000, which will be in about 5-7 days (we are at block 277100 now). Download links for Windows Client and source in github are updated.



Please vote Graincoin for being added to exchanges:
For cryptsy:
https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/44936




A grain is a unit of measurement of mass that is nominally based upon the mass of a single seed of a cereal. From the Bronze Age into the Renaissance the average masses of wheat and barley grains were part of the legal definition of units of mass. However, there is no evidence of any country ever having used actual seeds or cereal grains. Rather, expressions such as "thirty-two grains of wheat, taken from the middle of the ear" appear to have been ritualistic formulas, essentially the premodern equivalent of legal boilerplate.

- from Wikipedia




Graincoin (GRA)

Graincoin is a PoW/PoS coin that is designed to be the unit of cyber-coin. It has a total of 50 billion unit to be released, through a fair p2p mining process. It is fast, secure and have sufficient coins for circulation so it can be used in real daily shopping.

Graincoin is from the family of PPCoin/Novacoin with latest available algorithms that fixed various problems in the PoW/PoS coins. As compared to the PoW only coins, the proof of stake coins are more resilient to 51% attack. Also it is a long term energy-efficient crypto-currency since not all coins are obtained by mining.

Each graincoin block provides random 1024 - 2048 grains initially. It also provides rare superblocks. The coin uses hash-based algorithm to determine superblocks based on the number of 9s in the previous block hash. It works as follows:

- the hash contains six 9s or less: regular block
- the hash contains seven or eight 9s: 8 times the regular block (about 5% chances)
- the hash contains nine or more 9s: 64 times the regular block (about 1% chances)

Premined 1% as reserved bounty and reward for developers, giveaway, pool, blockexplorer, etc. Graincoin also provides 5% annual interest on the grained held. The interest will be paid about every 2 weeks.





Specifications

   - scrypt
        - 30 seconds block target
   - 1024-2048 grains per block for normal blocks
   - 8 times or 64 times the regular payout per block for super blocks depends on the number of 9s in the previous hash
   - Difficulty retargets every block
   - mining payout will be halved every 90 days (259200 blocks)
   - minimum payout per block 1 coin
   - Total grains will be 50 billions
   - 6 confirmations for transaction
   - 50 confirmations for minted blocks

   - Ports: 11054 (connection) and 11055 (RPC)


Official websites:
http://www.graincoin.net
http://www.graincoin.org
http://www.graincoin.info
http://graincoin.webs.com/


Graincoin is on CoinMarketCap:
http://coinmarketcap.com/


Graincoin on Cryptoarticles:
http://www.cryptoarticles.com/crypto-news/2014/1/25/coinpayments-now-supports-grain
http://www.cryptoarticles.com/crypto-news/2014/1/15/grain-the-future-unit-of-cyber-coin
http://www.cryptoarticles.com/crypto-news/2014/1/18/grain-new-wallet-released-version-14
http://www.cryptoarticles.com/crypto-news/2014/1/23/grain-more-valuable-than-yould-think





Exchanges

Coinedup.com:
GRA/BTC:
https://coinedup.com/OrderBook?market=GRA&base=BTC

GRA/LTC:
https://coinedup.com/OrderBook?market=GRA&base=LTC


SwissCoin Exchange:
GRA/LTC:
https://www.swisscex.com/market/GRA_LTC

GRA/XPM:
https://www.swisscex.com/market/GRA_XPM

GRA/DOGE:
https://www.swisscex.com/market/GRA_DOGE






Mining Pools

udjin123's Stratum's Mining Pool

http://gra.forkpool.com/
stratum
registration needed
PPS
fee 0%


DAOneG's Grainer Pool
http://grainers.net/
STRATUM: stratum+tcp://grainers.net
PORT: 3333




Block Explorer

http://gra.livechains.net/explorer/block_crawler.php

http://coinblockchain.com/grain/




Shops, Services, Games that accept GRA




Coinpayments:

https://www.coinpayments.net/
Graincoin is supported by Coinpayments, which provides wonderful tools and utilities to accept Graincoin as payments for the shops, services.
Tutorial for how a shop/service can integrate with Coinpayments will be avaialble soon.


Wood Shot Glass - it has Graincoin customized shot glasses!
http://woodshotglass.com/

Tuff Wraps
http://tuffwraps.com/

Computer hardware and consumer electronics  
http://brownboxtech.net

WaterIdo - Healthy Water Revitalizer
http://waterido.com  

Xbox Gold 48 Hour Codes - 2 for $1
http://xbox48.bugs3.com

Iquidus Technology - OpenSource Software, Hi-Performance Hardware
http://www.iquidus.co.nz/
http://www.iquidus.co.nz/?q=graincoin

Retro Towers - Gaming Hardware
http://www.retrotowers.co.uk/

Citrus Fit - Weight loss and detox products
http://citrusfit.com/

Stickerz Lab - French Sticker Decorations
http://stickerzlab.com/

Pixcoin - Stickers for Crypto Coins
http://pixcoin.com/

Crypto GameKeys - Buy CD Keys, PSN cards, PS3/4/Vita games
www.cryptogamekeys.com

ThanksBitcoin - a Bitcoin shop
http://www.thanksbitcoin.com

Crypto Coin Stuff - Cryptocoin banners, stickers etc
http://www.cryptocoinstuff.com

Advertise Service
http://cryptotiler.com/





Socials, Discussions etc

The following socials, discussion groups etc are sponsored by Grain mining members. They are "unofficial" and are not managed/admin'd by the Grain Dev Team.

Cryptocointalk discussion threads:
https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/509-grain-gra/

Subreddit:
http://www.reddit.com/r/Graincoin/

Facebook pages:
https://www.facebook.com/Graincoin
https://www.facebook.com/Graincoin.Cryptocurrency






Bounties

100K GRAs for shops, services, games that accept Grain!
Note: personal blogs are not considered as services.

Bounties will be given out as needed, for significant contributions to the Grain or its promotions.





Giveaways

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=389595.0 (closed)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=361887.0 (closed)


Faucet:

http://www.thebitcoinmaster.com/grain/index.php
http://deathxchange.com/graincoins.php





Downloads (Version 1.5)

Windows Client Downloads

Mega.co.nz:
https://mega.co.nz/#!8gIQxTiY!-bAYs5FiFSWQFcuKiNQIWOAUFEp6EQMY2f4SaoWcKU8


Source Code Download
https://github.com/grain-crypto/grain





Mining Configurations

Using the following nodes to join the network:

Quote
       addnode=87.228.72.73
        addnode=86.177.174.213
        addnode=90.24.148.40
        addnode=79.132.116.131
        addnode=77.247.182.246
        addnode=24.61.235.251
        addnode=188.190.138.46
        addnode=60.185.43.164
        addnode=86.177.174.213
        addnode=95.85.26.11
        addnode=37.147.229.171
        addnode=24.115.95.58
        addnode=94.36.249.63
        addnode=84.202.182.12
        addnode=212.21.27.144
        addnode=178.216.122.243
        addnode=83.37.239.174
        addnode=5.165.67.45
        addnode=119.237.178.52


Sample Config File (grain.conf):

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listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcconnect=127.0.0.1
addnode=90.24.148.40
addnode=79.132.116.131
addnode=77.247.182.246
rpcuser=**Yourusername**
rpcpassword=**Yourpassword**
rpcport=11055


How to Solo Mine

1. Start up grain-qt, wait for it to load, then exit.
2. Put grain.conf (see sample file above) in your c:/users/**yourcomputername**/AppData/Roaming/Grain
3. restart grain-qt, and you should connect and sync.
4. For solo mining, launch cgminer or the mining program you use and begin mining.
      cgminer ex: cgminer.exe --scrypt -o localhost:11055 -u **yourusername** -p **password** (without **)





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A grain is a unit of measurement of mass that is nominally based upon the mass of a single seed of a cereal. From the Bronze Age into the Renaissance the average masses of wheat and barley grains were part of the legal definition of units of mass. However, there is no evidence of any country ever having used actual seeds or cereal grains. Rather, expressions such as "thirty-two grains of wheat, taken from the middle of the ear" appear to have been ritualistic formulas, essentially the premodern equivalent of legal boilerplate.

- from Wikipedia





Grain (GRA)


Grain is a PoW/PoS coin that is designed to be the unit of cyber-coin. It has a total of 50 billion unit to be released, through a fair p2p mining process. It is fast, secure and have sufficient coins for circulation so it can be used in real daily shopping.

Grain is from the family of PPCoin/Novacoin with latest available algorithms that fixed various problems in the PoW/PoS coins. As compared to the PoW only coins, the proof of stake coins are more resilient to 51% attack. Also it is a long term energy-efficient crypto-currency since not all coins are obtained by mining.

Each grain block provides random 1024 - 2048 grains initially. It also provides rare superblocks. The coin uses hash-based algorithm to determine superblocks based on the number of 9s in the previous block hash. It works as follows:

- the hash contains six 9s or less: regular block
- the hash contains seven or eight 9s: 8 times the regular block (about 5% chances)
- the hash contains nine or more 9s: 64 times the regular block (about 1% chances)

Premined 1% as reserved bounty and reward for developers, giveaway, pool, blockexplorer, etc. Grain also provides 5% annual interest on the grained held. The interest will be paid about every 2 weeks.





Specifications

   - scrypt
        - 30 seconds block target
   - 1024-2048 grains per block for normal blocks
   - 8 times or 64 times the regular payout per block for super blocks depends on the number of 9s in the previous hash
   - Difficulty retargets every block
   - mining payout will be halved every 90 days (259200 blocks)
   - minimum payout per block 1 coin
   - Total grains will be 50 billions
   - 6 confirmations for transaction
   - 50 confirmations for minted blocks

   - Ports: 11054 (connection) and 11055 (RPC)


The official website: (under construction).

A separate giveaway thread will be created.





Downloads

Windows Client Downloads

Mega.co.nz:
https://mega.co.nz/#!g08klILY!cUhIeDHqF0pG1Mwr9yDqxBrT5x5dOyHdDm0uH50OOsE

Skydrive:
https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=248417D5E47DC8A8!108&authkey=!ADWKOAnboMX_clM&ithint=file%2c.zip


Source Code Download
https://github.com/grain-crypto/grain





Bounties

The following bounties will be distributed
- First mining pool: 200K GRA
- Second mining pool: 150K GRA

- First block explorer: 200K GRA
- Second block explorer: 150K GRA

- First gaming site accepting GRA: 200K GRA
- Second gaming site accepting GRA: 150K GRA


Blockchain Explorer:
- to be added -

News and Updates:
- to be updated -





Mining Configurations

Using the following nodes to join the network:

addnode=208.167.239.211
addnode=66.187.67.192


Sample Config File (grain.conf):

Quote
listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcconnect=127.0.0.1
addnode=208.167.239.211
addnode=66.187.67.192
rpcuser=**Yourusername**
rpcpassword=**Yourpassword**
rpcport=11055


How to Solo Mine

1. Start up grain-qt, wait for it to load, then exit.
2. Put grain.conf (see sample file above) in your c:/users/**yourcomputername**/AppData/Roaming/Grain
3. restart grain-qt, and you should connect and sync.
4. For solo mining, launch cgminer or the mining program you use and begin mining.
      cgminer ex: cgminer.exe --scrypt -o localhost:11055 -u **yourusername** -p **password** (without **)








Grain? interesting... the next coin will be "Sand"  Grin Grin

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there was a time when a new coin release was exciting Sad  they had fancy names ....times have changed.

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A grain is a unit of measurement of mass that is nominally based upon the mass of a single seed of a cereal. From the Bronze Age into the Renaissance the average masses of wheat and barley grains were part of the legal definition of units of mass. However, there is no evidence of any country ever having used actual seeds or cereal grains. Rather, expressions such as "thirty-two grains of wheat, taken from the middle of the ear" appear to have been ritualistic formulas, essentially the premodern equivalent of legal boilerplate.

- from Wikipedia





Grain (GRA)


Grain is a PoW/PoS coin that is designed to be the unit of cyber-coin. It has a total of 50 billion unit to be released, through a fair p2p mining process. It is fast, secure and have sufficient coins for circulation so it can be used in real daily shopping.

Grain is from the family of PPCoin/Novacoin with latest available algorithms that fixed various problems in the PoW/PoS coins. As compared to the PoW only coins, the proof of stake coins are more resilient to 51% attack. Also it is a long term energy-efficient crypto-currency since not all coins are obtained by mining.

Each grain block provides random 1024 - 2048 grains initially. It also provides rare superblocks. The coin uses hash-based algorithm to determine superblocks based on the number of 9s in the previous block hash. It works as follows:

- the hash contains six 9s or less: regular block
- the hash contains seven or eight 9s: 8 times the regular block (about 5% chances)
- the hash contains nine or more 9s: 64 times the regular block (about 1% chances)

Premined 1% as reserved bounty and reward for developers, giveaway, pool, blockexplorer, etc. Grain also provides 5% annual interest on the grained held. The interest will be paid about every 2 weeks.





Specifications

   - scrypt
        - 30 seconds block target
   - 1024-2048 grains per block for normal blocks
   - 8 times or 64 times the regular payout per block for super blocks depends on the number of 9s in the previous hash
   - Difficulty retargets every block
   - mining payout will be halved every 90 days (259200 blocks)
   - minimum payout per block 1 coin
   - Total grains will be 50 billions
   - 6 confirmations for transaction
   - 50 confirmations for minted blocks

   - Ports: 11054 (connection) and 11055 (RPC)


The official website: (under construction).

A separate giveaway thread will be created.





Downloads

Windows Client Downloads

Mega.co.nz:
https://mega.co.nz/#!g08klILY!cUhIeDHqF0pG1Mwr9yDqxBrT5x5dOyHdDm0uH50OOsE

Skydrive:
https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=248417D5E47DC8A8!108&authkey=!ADWKOAnboMX_clM&ithint=file%2c.zip


Source Code Download
https://github.com/grain-crypto/grain





Bounties

The following bounties will be distributed
- First mining pool: 200K GRA
- Second mining pool: 150K GRA

- First block explorer: 200K GRA
- Second block explorer: 150K GRA

- First gaming site accepting GRA: 200K GRA
- Second gaming site accepting GRA: 150K GRA


Blockchain Explorer:
- to be added -

News and Updates:
- to be updated -





Mining Configurations

Using the following nodes to join the network:

addnode=208.167.239.211
addnode=66.187.67.192


Sample Config File (grain.conf):

Quote
listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcconnect=127.0.0.1
addnode=208.167.239.211
addnode=66.187.67.192
rpcuser=**Yourusername**
rpcpassword=**Yourpassword**
rpcport=11055


How to Solo Mine

1. Start up grain-qt, wait for it to load, then exit.
2. Put grain.conf (see sample file above) in your c:/users/**yourcomputername**/AppData/Roaming/Grain
3. restart grain-qt, and you should connect and sync.
4. For solo mining, launch cgminer or the mining program you use and begin mining.
      cgminer ex: cgminer.exe --scrypt -o localhost:11055 -u **yourusername** -p **password** (without **)








Grain? interesting... the next coin will be "Sand"  Grin Grin

want to see any interesting part of this coin. It release a lot coins per block, which I like.
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December 07, 2013, 08:29:05 PM
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too many coins released recently, I think cryptsy takes no more coins
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there are as many exchanges as coins  Grin
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ohh gee look ma, another shit coin

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Anyone know why I'm getting rejected blocks only? I found more than 1000 blocks - all rejected Grin

That makes no sense to continue mining this shit coin...
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December 07, 2013, 08:52:41 PM
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Anyone know why I'm getting rejected blocks only? I found more than 1000 blocks - all rejected Grin

That makes no sense to continue mining this shit coin...

how did you mine, i'm using guiminer and have no idea why its not mining :/
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Anyone know why I'm getting rejected blocks only? I found more than 1000 blocks - all rejected Grin

That makes no sense to continue mining this shit coin...

how did you mine, i'm using guiminer and have no idea why its not mining :/

I'm using cgminer...: cgminer --scrypt -o localhost:11055 -u user -p pass -I 18 -v 2
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Anyone know why I'm getting rejected blocks only? I found more than 1000 blocks - all rejected Grin

That makes no sense to continue mining this shit coin...

not sure if you are mining this coin, the blockchain im on currently has 430 blocks and is mining ok (found 2 blocks in last 5 minutes)


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Anyone know why I'm getting rejected blocks only? I found more than 1000 blocks - all rejected Grin

That makes no sense to continue mining this shit coin...

not sure if you are mining this coin, the blockchain im on currently has 430 blocks and is mining ok (found 2 blocks in last 5 minutes)



where can you see blocks found again ?

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December 07, 2013, 09:11:29 PM
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there was a time when a new coin release was exciting Sad  they had fancy names ....times have changed.
I can remember when I launched i0coin years ago, everyone (almost) were expecting the release and it was a challenge for me to fork it as at the time no documentation was available like today's step-by-step guides to fork bitcoin. Today there are so much coins that the names are getting scarce lol
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December 07, 2013, 09:12:06 PM
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This coin at least works correctly, compared with the others released recently. Still, this is getting out of control. I can count about 8 coins released this week alone. More than one per day. We shouldn't pay a single bit of attention to clonecoins which don't bring anything new to the cryptocurrency world...
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December 07, 2013, 09:13:26 PM
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This coin at least works correctly, compared with the others released recently. Still, this is getting out of control. I can count about 8 coins released this week alone. More than one per day. We shouldn't pay a single bit of attention to clonecoins which don't bring anything new to the cryptocurrency world...
All of them can't statically compile the client and release the coin along with hundreds of DLLs Cheesy
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December 07, 2013, 09:20:46 PM
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Anyone know why I'm getting rejected blocks only? I found more than 1000 blocks - all rejected Grin

That makes no sense to continue mining this shit coin...

not sure if you are mining this coin, the blockchain im on currently has 430 blocks and is mining ok (found 2 blocks in last 5 minutes)



where can you see blocks found again ?

in you wallet

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December 07, 2013, 09:38:21 PM
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So am I doing anything wrong if all I'm seeing is "New block detected" "Network difficulty set to 0" over and over and over and 0 Accept/Reject messages? I have 700KH/s. Am I just not fast enough to get any work before a new block is detected?

Actually I did manage to find 1 block, but then it said "Pool 0 communication resumed" and then "Rejected BLOCK!". Not sure what that was about either.  Huh

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December 07, 2013, 10:17:49 PM
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So am I doing anything wrong if all I'm seeing is "New block detected" "Network difficulty set to 0" over and over and over and 0 Accept/Reject messages? I have 700KH/s. Am I just not fast enough to get any work before a new block is detected?

Actually I did manage to find 1 block, but then it said "Pool 0 communication resumed" and then "Rejected BLOCK!". Not sure what that was about either.  Huh

Are you sure you are using a scrypt miner? I began mining Grain with SHA256 by mistake and got a lot of messages like yours.
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December 07, 2013, 10:28:57 PM
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"Grain also provides 5% annual interest on the grained held. The interest will be paid about every 2 weeks."

Hey, I like this idea. Inflation adjusted coin with dividends.  Smiley  
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