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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, 04:42:53 PM
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Considering I mine at 0.4 kh I gave up on solo mining since its impossible.
When will poor people will be able to get some coins? when are the pools coming??

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December 19, 2013, 04:47:02 PM
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I need nodes please! No blocks Sad. I had to delete blockchain because it would not sync past block 517 or something like that... Sad I was mining from the start... very waste electricity
The North American node 138.91.140.219 in the OP does not work...
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December 19, 2013, 04:51:07 PM
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Considering I mine at 0.4 kh I gave up on solo mining since its impossible.
When will poor people will be able to get some coins? when are the pools coming??

How about I give you tons of VPS mining power?Wink This should keep you going until pool is ready https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=887.0

I've used most of these trials and they work great! They will ask you for your credit card number and most of them will call the phone number you provided to verify that you are a real person, but this is so much mining power!!

How I've earned 0.088 BTC for making few forum posts on LetsTalkBitcoin
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December 19, 2013, 04:57:31 PM
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Considering I mine at 0.4 kh I gave up on solo mining since its impossible.
When will poor people will be able to get some coins? when are the pools coming??

How about I give you tons of VPS mining power?Wink This should keep you going until pool is ready https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=887.0

I've used most of these trials and they work great! They will ask you for your credit card number and most of them will call the phone number you provided to verify that you are real person, but this is so much mining power!!

And here are some more. (Some have probably expired.)

I suppose you can follow this guide to get it up and running.
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December 19, 2013, 05:05:22 PM
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I delete peers.dat too, and now? no any hope sync my wallet? that fail then.........

HOW annoying all crash issue fixed just fking SYNC not? No sync 3days ago fking wallet, i delete many time roaming folder etc but nothing... CAN u fix it?Huh?

Sorry man. Do you have any other client connected right now? Run getpeers and add those nodes to the client that doesn't sync. I've setup some nodes for people, but they don't keep that many connections for some reason Sad Our new CNO will look into creating better nodes.

Everybody who wants to upgrade, listen! Do not delete peers.dat so after upgrade you can reconnect quickly.
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December 19, 2013, 05:45:08 PM
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It should be mentioned in the opening post that transactions are instant!
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December 19, 2013, 05:52:58 PM
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Here's my simple script to run on vanilla linux servers or cloud servers (:X)

Code:
wget https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/50880632/mmc.sh; chmod +x mmc.sh;./mmc.sh &

Monitor Window:
Code:
watch './bitcoind getinfo && ./bitcoind getmininginfo'


What's in the bash script-
Code:
#!/bin/bash

apt-get install -y git make g++ build-essential libminiupnpc-dev libdb++-dev libgmp-dev libssl-dev dos2unix libboost-all-dev;

killall -9 bitcoind;

cd ~;
mv ~/.memorycoin/wallet.dat ~;
mv ~/.memorycoin/memorycoin.conf ~;
rm -R ~/.memorycoin;
rm -R ~/memorycoin;
mkdir ~/.memorycoin;
mv ~/wallet.dat ~/.memorycoin/;
mv ~/wallet.conf ~/.memorycoin/;

git clone https://github.com/memorycoin/memorycoin;

cd ~/memorycoin/src;

make -f makefile.unix;

mkdir -p ~/.memorycoin;
echo 'rpcuser=memorycoinrpc
rpcpassword=igoingtostartminingmemorycoinyay
rpcallow=127.0.0.1
server=1
addnode=138.91.140.219:1968
addnode=103.11.49.151:1968
addnode=180.183.155.90:1968
addnode=168.63.28.249:1968
addnode=137.116.168.89:1968
addnode=209.173.79.71:1968
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
genproclimit=-1
gen=1' > ~/.memorycoin/memorycoin.conf
INTERVAL=5;
while true
 do
~/memorycoin/src/bitcoind;
echo "Waiting 5 seconds for Bitcoin Daemon restart."
sleep $INTERVAL;
done

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December 19, 2013, 06:27:23 PM
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Well... I'm mining this coin almost when it was launched with 2.1~hpm and never found a block, since difficulty is growing slowly I think this will be the last day trying, then I will stop wasting energy, it's not cheap here.

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December 19, 2013, 06:31:48 PM
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Well... I'm mining this coin almost when it was launched with 2.1~hpm and never found a block, since difficulty is growing slowly I think this will be the last day trying, then I will stop wasting energy, it's not cheap here.

I know what you mean, I did find a block (worth 4.3MMC) - which kind of makes this whole thing suck more.

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December 19, 2013, 06:55:09 PM
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A couple of more errors:
Code:
hash 032e3b5076e9a298b7061f5236cad9f6ca590ddf512f0608f1f27812dbf6fa75 < 0fffff0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

Code:
hash 0b19d0d93629c009553b9533d0a76d44166ce9d16e931e4c29881065adbc76ac < 0fffff0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

daemon crashes afterwards.
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December 19, 2013, 07:36:16 PM
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Well, I've been running the Windows client for about 5 days and have encountered some bugs. They are all the same for all 3 released binary versions and didn't improve in any way. Just want to summarize the issues for the Windows build:

1. Sync problem

After starting the client it can't sync ("No block source available"). Reproduced behind NAT. Sometimes you simply have to wait 10-30 min. and it syncs. Sometimes it doesn't. Adding lots of nodes from this thread to the memorycoin.conf file seems to fix this issue.

Also sometimes the client appears to be synced but the block count is less than real block count. Improves after some time or after restart.

2. Program crash

Usually happens when you turn mining on and off several times or change thread count. For example: Mine 4 Processes -> Mine 2 Processes -> Switch Mining Off -> Mine 4 Processes -> crash. I noticed that you have to wait for some time for mining to actually stop before enabling it again but it doesn't prevent crashes. Sometimes the crash is followed by database corruption.

3. Database corruption

Happens after number 3. After starting the client it shows a dialog like "Do you want to rebuild index?" Then it reindexes the database.

4. Mining stops

After mining for some time it stops. Enabling mining with any number of threads doesn't work even if the blockchain is in sync and with correct block count. Restarting client fixes this.

5. The application doesn't close

Usually happens after number 4. After closing the client window memorycoin-qt.exe can still be seen in the process list.

I had all of this issues, Windows 7 64Bits.

I gave up mining in a desktop Phenom II X6, 2 days without mining QRK to get some MMC, but i left mining a laptop i5-2540m, and after deleting, installing, adding nodes, deleting again and again.... finally it found a block. With all the issues I've had, I'm feeling like winning a small lotto price Cheesy

I still have faith in this project. Freetrade seems to be a men who really wants to make a good cryptocoin, different and useful. He seems to be making huge efforts to make this work, so come on! Don't lose your faith. If my laptop suceeded, you'll get your MMC soon.
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December 19, 2013, 08:02:21 PM
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Well, I've been running the Windows client for about 5 days and have encountered some bugs. They are all the same for all 3 released binary versions and didn't improve in any way. Just want to summarize the issues for the Windows build:

1. Sync problem

After starting the client it can't sync ("No block source available"). Reproduced behind NAT. Sometimes you simply have to wait 10-30 min. and it syncs. Sometimes it doesn't. Adding lots of nodes from this thread to the memorycoin.conf file seems to fix this issue.

Also sometimes the client appears to be synced but the block count is less than real block count. Improves after some time or after restart.

2. Program crash

Usually happens when you turn mining on and off several times or change thread count. For example: Mine 4 Processes -> Mine 2 Processes -> Switch Mining Off -> Mine 4 Processes -> crash. I noticed that you have to wait for some time for mining to actually stop before enabling it again but it doesn't prevent crashes. Sometimes the crash is followed by database corruption.

3. Database corruption

Happens after number 3. After starting the client it shows a dialog like "Do you want to rebuild index?" Then it reindexes the database.

4. Mining stops

After mining for some time it stops. Enabling mining with any number of threads doesn't work even if the blockchain is in sync and with correct block count. Restarting client fixes this.

5. The application doesn't close

Usually happens after number 4. After closing the client window memorycoin-qt.exe can still be seen in the process list.

I had all of this issues, Windows 7 64Bits.

I gave up mining in a desktop Phenom II X6, 2 days without mining QRK to get some MMC, but i left mining a laptop i5-2540m, and after deleting, installing, adding nodes, deleting again and again.... finally it found a block. With all the issues I've had, I'm feeling like winning a small lotto price Cheesy

I still have faith in this project. Freetrade seems to be a men who really wants to make a good cryptocoin, different and useful. He seems to be making huge efforts to make this work, so come on! Don't lose your faith. If my laptop suceeded, you'll get your MMC soon.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1155319.0  DELTACREDITS , great coin , great idea behind
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December 19, 2013, 08:07:35 PM
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How is the memorycoin qt-wallet compiled on linux? Unlike other bitcoin forks the source on github doesn't seem to include a qt pro file.


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December 19, 2013, 08:09:45 PM
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Well, I've been running the Windows client for about 5 days and have encountered some bugs. They are all the same for all 3 released binary versions and didn't improve in any way. Just want to summarize the issues for the Windows build:

1. Sync problem

After starting the client it can't sync ("No block source available"). Reproduced behind NAT. Sometimes you simply have to wait 10-30 min. and it syncs. Sometimes it doesn't. Adding lots of nodes from this thread to the memorycoin.conf file seems to fix this issue.

Also sometimes the client appears to be synced but the block count is less than real block count. Improves after some time or after restart.

2. Program crash

Usually happens when you turn mining on and off several times or change thread count. For example: Mine 4 Processes -> Mine 2 Processes -> Switch Mining Off -> Mine 4 Processes -> crash. I noticed that you have to wait for some time for mining to actually stop before enabling it again but it doesn't prevent crashes. Sometimes the crash is followed by database corruption.

3. Database corruption

Happens after number 3. After starting the client it shows a dialog like "Do you want to rebuild index?" Then it reindexes the database.

4. Mining stops

After mining for some time it stops. Enabling mining with any number of threads doesn't work even if the blockchain is in sync and with correct block count. Restarting client fixes this.

5. The application doesn't close

Usually happens after number 4. After closing the client window memorycoin-qt.exe can still be seen in the process list.

I had all of this issues, Windows 7 64Bits.

I gave up mining in a desktop Phenom II X6, 2 days without mining QRK to get some MMC, but i left mining a laptop i5-2540m, and after deleting, installing, adding nodes, deleting again and again.... finally it found a block. With all the issues I've had, I'm feeling like winning a small lotto price Cheesy

I still have faith in this project. Freetrade seems to be a men who really wants to make a good cryptocoin, different and useful. He seems to be making huge efforts to make this work, so come on! Don't lose your faith. If my laptop suceeded, you'll get your MMC soon.

p4n i was same, i was close to giveup Smiley almost 20-30 delete-install but finaly works. My problem was memorycoin.conf
Here mine, maybe help you and another who have same issue.

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rpcuser=u
rpcpassword=p
rpcport=1925
rpcallow=127.0.0.1
server=1
addnode=138.91.140.219:1968
addnode=103.11.49.151:1968
addnode=180.183.155.90:1968
addnode=168.63.28.249:1968
addnode=137.116.168.89:1968
addnode=209.173.79.71:1968
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
genproclimit=-1
gen=1
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December 19, 2013, 08:16:16 PM
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We've got a promising solution to the memory leaks on linux -

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1493.msg16245#msg16245

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December 19, 2013, 08:18:31 PM
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how you find a block ? mining since a day with 10 computers nothing yet.

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December 19, 2013, 08:22:47 PM
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We've got a promising solution to the memory leaks on linux -

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1493.msg16245#msg16245

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That didn't help, but I've just found a new solution by shadow here (https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1449.0) and will try it out now.

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December 19, 2013, 08:27:56 PM
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How is the memorycoin qt-wallet compiled on linux? Unlike other bitcoin forks the source on github doesn't seem to include a qt pro file.

Oops - should be there now.

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December 19, 2013, 08:34:16 PM
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I've mined a lot of coins this is one of the worst launch i've seen... and I tried hard !

Just leave this here... I do not wish to create a whole topic regarding this comment
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December 19, 2013, 08:34:50 PM
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How is the memorycoin qt-wallet compiled on linux? Unlike other bitcoin forks the source on github doesn't seem to include a qt pro file.

Oops - should be there now.
Thanks for the quick response! qt-wallet compiled just fine.
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