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Author Topic: [ANN] MemoryCoin | CPU Coin | Paid Dev Team | Limited Supply [MMC]  (Read 281247 times)
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December 19, 2013, 03:45:16 AM
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btc or ltc is different since they're the first one release on the market.
i mean they are not clone from anyone else.

but mmc and dtc are different, they inherit (clone) all from other coins, like primecoin or protoshares, u know what i mean?  Grin

// so last post, not getting off-topic more  Grin
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December 19, 2013, 03:54:40 AM
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Anyone know the H/m for amazon cloud mining?

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    "hashespermin" : 10.21357159,

aws c3.8xlarge

Are you paying for the AWS server or using free credit?  I just got 100 bucks free credit, and started c3.4xlarge, so I am wondering how many days it will last? BTW, the max price I set is 2.2$ . Thanks.
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December 19, 2013, 04:00:53 AM
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Anyone know the H/m for amazon cloud mining?

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    "hashespermin" : 10.21357159,

aws c3.8xlarge

Are you paying for the AWS server or using free credit?  I just got 100 bucks free credit, and started c3.4xlarge, so I am wondering how many days it will last? BTW, the max price I set is 2.2$ . Thanks.

According to my calculations, at least 45.45 hours.
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December 19, 2013, 04:10:39 AM
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Anyone know the H/m for amazon cloud mining?

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    "hashespermin" : 10.21357159,

aws c3.8xlarge

Are you paying for the AWS server or using free credit?  I just got 100 bucks free credit, and started c3.4xlarge, so I am wondering how many days it will last? BTW, the max price I set is 2.2$ . Thanks.

According to my calculations, at least 45.45 hours.

Thanks, hope I can find one block by then... I used my own laptop mining for 2 days, but nothing got, so sad...
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December 19, 2013, 04:12:50 AM
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hi all,

does anyone know what is current exchange rate for each MMC?

tks
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December 19, 2013, 04:35:30 AM
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hi all,

does anyone know what is current exchange rate for each MMC?

tks

Refer to this link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah-RwqxEvuqFdGYyM2tDTVFRUXRUc1ZieFVLaGQ3VXc&usp=sharing#gid=0
from: https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1481.0
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December 19, 2013, 04:42:53 AM
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tks,

as seen on the spreadsheet, too much selling, less buying and rare successful trade  Roll Eyes
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December 19, 2013, 04:43:44 AM
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Nodes worked for me- however I have noticed that adding the nodes in the console almost never works (win 7). Picked them up right away when I added to memorycoin.conf.

None of the IPs on original post work,

try 68.232.188.226 and 198.12.127.2    (darkhosis.nogleg.com and nogleg.net)

oh, there are many ppl stuck at 554 blocks for some reason.  they usually end up trying to submit some blocks to me and my client bans them?

Here are my dedi's running the latest MMC build
(Should be online until Jan.)

addnode 69.197.166.50:1968 add
addnode 198.204.255.50:1968 add
addnode 69.197.181.18:1968 add
addnode 173.208.132.122:1968 add
addnode 69.197.144.42:1968 add
addnode 173.208.132.114:1968 add
addnode 69.197.144.146:1968 add
addnode 69.30.198.114:1968 add

Feel free to add them to your linux conf as well:

addnode=69.197.166.50:1968
addnode=198.204.255.50:1968
addnode=69.197.181.18:1968
addnode=173.208.132.122:1968
addnode=69.197.144.42:1968
addnode=173.208.132.114:1968
addnode=69.197.144.146:1968
addnode=69.30.198.114:1968




Anyone know the H/m for amazon cloud mining?

Code:
    "hashespermin" : 10.21357159,

aws c3.8xlarge

Is that $2.4 per hour?

That translates to 722.4 hours in a month. (24 hours * 4.3 weeks * 7 days)
722.4*2.4 = $1,733.76

The 16 CPU would be $866.88 @ $1.2/hour

Yeeeesh.

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December 19, 2013, 05:43:22 AM
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Ask a question.I want to buy some MMC,what can I do?
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December 19, 2013, 05:47:59 AM
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That's it, I'm not going to smell this coin again. It stinks badly! Not that it all started poorly with all the premined coins, 6% of mined coins going to developers, software crashing, blockchain not syncing correctly, had fubar difficulty targeting,... Well, now it's official that (most likely) one of existent protoshares pools started mining, if not one of developers. I wouldn't be surprised if they (PTS pools and developers) are tightly connected.

http://www.chainbrowser.com/memorycoin/address/MAWa8jwrpvg87dZCv9KAajCmMY62xJfrKY

I think we can all say bye bye to this crypto. It sucks.


From now on, developers should consider 3 things before releasing anything. 1. Working pool, 2. working miner and 3. working wallet. This is fiasco.

PS. I'm sure damage control will make pool available in 12 hours or so. Well, I'm out anyway.

That link doesn't point to a real address.

I don't think Free Trade can screw up his coin a third time. MMC is in early development and the essence was to prevent GPU/ASIC mining.

The only thing wrong with this are cloud miners reaping all the blocks.

The wallet works [glitchy due to the early fork], solo mining works -- and there is a temporary script that auto-restarts the daemon once it crashes for linux.

I've been rewarded with 35 MMC as one of the early block finders and haven't hit another block for 2 days.

You need to mine to get a block reward!

Anyway, with 10 million coins that are to be in circulation within 1-3 years, dumping 10K+ MMC shortly after MMC hits the markets will not really affect the currency overall.

As the reward decreases and difficulty shoots up, cloud mining will become ineffective because of its lack of availability at times.
Not to mention when the availability slots do come up, other cloud miners will also start mining, reducing the reward/time and increasing the price demanded.

Just price in the fact that it is a race to get as many MMC as you can because the reward reduces by 5% per week. This is the reason for cloud miners jumping to it right now.
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December 19, 2013, 06:40:47 AM
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lol lets make this asic proof gpu proof and tell everone its a cpu coin so everyones got a fair shot lol perfect coin for cloudminers to corner instantly from the start............. you had a good idea but unfortunately i hope your coin flops sorry.............
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December 19, 2013, 06:43:57 AM
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lucky weird, few days ago i have 10 VMs running with 8-9hpm, but only got 2 block in a night, and then got nothing after that.
but today when i turn off all the VMs and just leave 2 instances running... and then i got 1 blocks just after 3 hours  Grin
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December 19, 2013, 06:52:13 AM
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That's it, I'm not going to smell this coin again. It stinks badly! Not that it all started poorly with all the premined coins, 6% of mined coins going to developers, software crashing, blockchain not syncing correctly, had fubar difficulty targeting,... Well, now it's official that (most likely) one of existent protoshares pools started mining, if not one of developers. I wouldn't be surprised if they (PTS pools and developers) are tightly connected.

http://www.chainbrowser.com/memorycoin/address/MAWa8jwrpvg87dZCv9KAajCmMY62xJfrKY


lol that wallet has been deleted hes already filtered the coins out to other wallets to hide the fact hes getting 80% of the blocks


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December 19, 2013, 08:05:11 AM
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That's it, I'm not going to smell this coin again. It stinks badly! Not that it all started poorly with all the premined coins, 6% of mined coins going to developers, software crashing, blockchain not syncing correctly, had fubar difficulty targeting,... Well, now it's official that (most likely) one of existent protoshares pools started mining, if not one of developers. I wouldn't be surprised if they (PTS pools and developers) are tightly connected.

http://www.chainbrowser.com/memorycoin/address/MAWa8jwrpvg87dZCv9KAajCmMY62xJfrKY


lol that wallet has been deleted hes already filtered the coins out to other wallets to hide the fact hes getting 80% of the blocks

I'm outta here too. So much hassle, no reward. May the big guys eat up themselves.
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December 19, 2013, 08:07:08 AM
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There's always someone bitching about what's fair and what's not fair. Surely not everyone has access to an ASIC miner due to price and availability, but a cloud server? Come on... They're not that expensive and anyone with a few extra bucks can get one. May I remind you that Amazon isn't the only cloud server provider out there? Do some research and find a good host.

I've been running 5 12-core cloud server on one provider and 12 12-core (on and off) on another. 5 blocks found so far.

Also, there have been several people in this thread that has found blocks using their LAPTOPS. Hence the 'anyone' can mine this coin.
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December 19, 2013, 08:13:17 AM
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There's always someone bitching about what's fair and what's not fair. Surely not everyone has access to an ASIC miner due to price and availability, but a cloud server? Come on... They're not that expensive and anyone with a few extra bucks can get one. May I remind you that Amazon isn't the only cloud server provider out there? Do some research and find a good host.

I've been running 5 12-core cloud server on one provider and 12 12-core (on and off) on another. 5 blocks found so far.

Also, there have been several people in this thread that has found blocks using their LAPTOPS. Hence the 'anyone' can mine this coin.

Let's call this a cloud-only coin.
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December 19, 2013, 08:17:15 AM
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There's always someone bitching about what's fair and what's not fair. Surely not everyone has access to an ASIC miner due to price and availability, but a cloud server? Come on... They're not that expensive and anyone with a few extra bucks can get one. May I remind you that Amazon isn't the only cloud server provider out there? Do some research and find a good host.

I've been running 5 12-core cloud server on one provider and 12 12-core (on and off) on another. 5 blocks found so far.

Also, there have been several people in this thread that has found blocks using their LAPTOPS. Hence the 'anyone' can mine this coin.

what cloud you use?
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December 19, 2013, 08:24:50 AM
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There's always someone bitching about what's fair and what's not fair. Surely not everyone has access to an ASIC miner due to price and availability, but a cloud server? Come on... They're not that expensive and anyone with a few extra bucks can get one. May I remind you that Amazon isn't the only cloud server provider out there? Do some research and find a good host.

I've been running 5 12-core cloud server on one provider and 12 12-core (on and off) on another. 5 blocks found so far.

Also, there have been several people in this thread that has found blocks using their LAPTOPS. Hence the 'anyone' can mine this coin.

what cloud you use?

Internap and HP.
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December 19, 2013, 08:35:53 AM
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There's always someone bitching about what's fair and what's not fair. Surely not everyone has access to an ASIC miner due to price and availability, but a cloud server? Come on... They're not that expensive and anyone with a few extra bucks can get one. May I remind you that Amazon isn't the only cloud server provider out there? Do some research and find a good host.

I've been running 5 12-core cloud server on one provider and 12 12-core (on and off) on another. 5 blocks found so far.

Also, there have been several people in this thread that has found blocks using their LAPTOPS. Hence the 'anyone' can mine this coin.

Amazon is the only one that you can get at a decent price, via the spot instances... please correct me if I'm wrong?   All the other ones I've looked at have had some pretty insane prices.  I guess Azure wasn't too bad,

I got three blocks over the last.. 6 hours or so?  Averaging around "30" total (two off of an e1240-v2, one off of some godawful machine, and the rest blanks)..  Two of my machines crashed though..  Switched back to something else for the night.

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December 19, 2013, 08:42:26 AM
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Anyone know the H/m for amazon cloud mining?

Code:
   "hashespermin" : 10.21357159,

aws c3.8xlarge

Are you paying for the AWS server or using free credit?  I just got 100 bucks free credit, and started c3.4xlarge, so I am wondering how many days it will last? BTW, the max price I set is 2.2$ . Thanks.

You shouldn't waste the free money like that..

Go here:

https://console.aws.amazon.com/ec2/home?region=us-east-1#s=SpotInstances

click pricing history, go to Linux/Unix (Amazon VPC), click on c1.xlarge, and they should be available for spot price of 7 cents.  That's an 8 core machine that gets around 560khash on quark, protoshares varies based on client, haven't tried any others.   (well, be sure to get private key of address, in case the instance gets terminated etc)   I've had 100 of those going at once,  but maybe won't be so easy now that I'm jabbering about it everywhere
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