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Author Topic: [ANN] MemoryCoin | CPU Coin | Paid Dev Team | Limited Supply [MMC]  (Read 281247 times)
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December 26, 2013, 09:08:55 AM
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http://mmcpool.com/
 Shocked holy crap @ that hashing power, lots of server farms hashing away..

Let's try this.
Also, https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1588.msg17584#msg17584
There is windows x32 miner for mmc.xpool.xram.co
Author writes it's unstable.

I'll wait for a 64-bit version for that pool. So, it's best to join a mining pool than solo mine at this point now, huh?

Maybe. Solo mining sucks for one reason: I've got block for 2 hours ago and it was gone after I reloaded wallet. Totally lost. It was immature of course.

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December 26, 2013, 09:11:01 AM
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I wonder whith these server farm on  MMC pool how many coin per day can you make with a 2hpm... pretty sure it would be a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of MMC, solo mining would be more efficient.
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December 26, 2013, 09:14:23 AM
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http://64.150.180.15/diff2.png

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December 26, 2013, 09:18:30 AM
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http://mmcpool.com/
 Shocked holy crap @ that hashing power, lots of server farms hashing away..

Let's try this.
Also, https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1588.msg17584#msg17584
There is windows x32 miner for mmc.xpool.xram.co
Author writes it's unstable.

I'll wait for a 64-bit version for that pool. So, it's best to join a mining pool than solo mine at this point now, huh?

Maybe. Solo mining sucks for one reason: I've got block for 2 hours ago and it was gone after I reloaded wallet. Totally lost. It was immature of course.

Best to pool mine now, the diff jumped again. This is jumping up fast. I decided to mine at mmcpool. Just strange that the site says I'm not connect, but the miner is showing that I'm finding solutions.

People are doing the same thing when PTS first came out, server farms and/or vps mining to get max profits.

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December 26, 2013, 09:48:38 AM
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For those of you who want to know how it mines with 2 hpm: mmcpool.com/user?wallet=M8uMgnS5uBPdnzC4n2fW1gnHaB5dPKawM5
It's mine Xeon E5-2640.

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December 26, 2013, 09:55:13 AM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

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December 26, 2013, 10:18:53 AM
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MemoryCoin 2.0



Windows Binary (Wallet/Miner)
v0.8.55
http://www.memorycoin.org/downloads/memorycoin.zip
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-5Ax5kejTpMRzgwTEFBRjBjTFU/edit?usp=sharing

Proof of Work
The Proof of Work is a modified Momentum based algorithm. It has a small SHA512 component, and a large AES component - chips with AES-NI instruction sets will fare *much* better. Each hash requires 1GB of Memory to perform and encrypts 50GB of data. By contrast, the verification only requires 128K and less than one 10th of a second.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=355532.msg3945848#msg3945848
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AES_instruction_set#Supporting_CPUs

Mining
The miner included with MemoryCoin-qt will take advantage of AES-NI instruction sets.
Note - you might need to enable AES-NI in your BIOS - some manufacturers ship with it disabled.
Mining rate will be proportional to your CPU's AES encryption ability - here's a good chart -
http://uk.hardware.info/reviews/4461/29/amd-a10-6800k--a10-6700-cpu-review-richland-tested-benchmarks-igpu-truecrypt-71-aes-+-aes-ni
Comparison of CPU's https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1498.0
http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html

Mining Pools
http://mmcpool.com/
http://mmc.xpool.xram.co/

Voting
How does Voting Work? - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=372982.msg3989255#msg3989255
The blockchain is Looking to hire - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=369487.0

Parameters
POW Hash: Momentum (64K XOR AES-CBC x 50) with SHA512 Generation
Block target: 6 minutes
Port: 1968
Codebase: ProtoShares 0.8.6 (Bitcoin 0.8.5)
Block reward: 280 MMC, 5% reduction every 1680 blocks
Total Coins: 10 Million coins in the first 2 years, 2% inflation thereafter
Difficulty Retargeting: Every block with the Kimoto 'Gravity Well'

Premine
There is a total premine of ~7.3% distributed over a wide range of addresses, comprised of two parts,
~6.2% - MemoryCoin Beta
All balances from the original MemoryCoin as at block 8820 are transferred into the new blockchain at Block 1. MemoryCoin 2.0 has 10 million coins so there is a significant dilution. This dilution does not apply to MCF supporters. You can import your balance by using your old wallet with the new blockchain.

~1.12% - ProtoShares Holders
ProtoShares owners as at Block 32000 will receive a distribution at a rate of 1 MMC for each 10PTS. With around 1 Million PTS issued, there will be 100,000MMC distributed in this way, and PTS owners will cumulatively have a 1% stake in MemoryCoin at launch.  You can import your balance by using your ProtoShares wallet with MemoryCoin. It is recommend that you transfer your balance to a fresh MemoryCoin wallet after import.

Source
Based on the ProtoShares code base, which is based on Bitcoin 0.8.5
https://github.com/memorycoin/memorycoin

Block Explorer
http://www.chainbrowser.com/memorycoin/

Exchange
http://bter.com/trade/mmc_btc

Nodes
Latest Nodes
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1505.new#new

SuperNode: 81.17.19.139

For the Firewalled: 91.121.8.23:8080

3 high performance VPS nodes in each geo region ready (Thanks to belltown)
US: 138.91.140.219
EU: 168.63.28.249
Asia: 137.116.168.89

Thanks to japerry
209.173.79.71

Websites
http://memorycoin.info/
http://memorycoin.montaxx.me/
http://www.memorycoin.org/ (needs update)

Forum
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?board=35.0


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Every single share is getting rejected for me on mmcpool.com , every single one. Is there a problems with my set up? I followed the instructions exactly.

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December 26, 2013, 10:30:54 AM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

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December 26, 2013, 10:40:36 AM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

Win64. This is my setup: minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com:80 --user M92QAURY1e4BsoDdqx5pKeS7UJi6zUHv6H --pass x --threads 4

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December 26, 2013, 11:18:29 AM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

Win64. This is my setup: minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com:80 --user M92QAURY1e4BsoDdqx5pKeS7UJi6zUHv6H --pass x --threads 4


Your CPU might not support AES, what model is your CPU?
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December 26, 2013, 11:30:03 AM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

Win64. This is my setup: minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com:80 --user M92QAURY1e4BsoDdqx5pKeS7UJi6zUHv6H --pass x --threads 4


Your CPU might not support AES, what model is your CPU?

Phenom II x4 820 and 3x Core2 Quad Q6600's. They should, I know they don't perform great like the newer cpu's, but I'm on a budget for cpu mining.

CRYPTSY exchange: https://www.cryptsy.com/users/register?refid=9017 BURST= BURST-TE3W-CFGH-7343-6VM6R BTC=1CNsqGUR9YJNrhydQZnUPbaDv6h4uaYCHv ETH=0x144bc9fe471d3c71d8e09d58060d78661b1d4f32 SHF=0x13a0a2cb0d55eca975cf2d97015f7d580ce52d85 EXP=0xd71921dca837e415a58ca0d6dd2223cc84e0ea2f SC=6bdf9d12a983fed6723abad91a39be4f95d227f9bdb0490de3b8e5d45357f63d564638b1bd71 CLAMS=xGVTdM9EJpNBCYAjHFVxuZGcqvoL22nP6f SOIL=0x8b5c989bc931c0769a50ecaf9ffe490c67cb5911
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December 26, 2013, 11:35:52 AM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

Win64. This is my setup: minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com:80 --user M92QAURY1e4BsoDdqx5pKeS7UJi6zUHv6H --pass x --threads 4


looks OK. try remooving the pass part <--pass x> (you don't need it anyway)

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December 26, 2013, 11:38:30 AM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

Win64. This is my setup: minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com:80 --user M92QAURY1e4BsoDdqx5pKeS7UJi6zUHv6H --pass x --threads 4


looks OK. try remooving the pass part <--pass x> (you don't need it anyway)

I'll give it a try.

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December 26, 2013, 11:42:19 AM
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had no luck for last few days, now diff has jumped up, is it possible to mine on windows with a vps server been reading up on them might go for it if you can?
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December 26, 2013, 11:54:35 AM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

Win64. This is my setup: minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com:80 --user M92QAURY1e4BsoDdqx5pKeS7UJi6zUHv6H --pass x --threads 4


Your CPU might not support AES, what model is your CPU?

Phenom II x4 820 and 3x Core2 Quad Q6600's. They should, I know they don't perform great like the newer cpu's, but I'm on a budget for cpu mining.

Core2 Quad Q6600 doesn't support AES-NI.

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December 26, 2013, 12:01:58 PM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

Win64. This is my setup: minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com:80 --user M92QAURY1e4BsoDdqx5pKeS7UJi6zUHv6H --pass x --threads 4


Your CPU might not support AES, what model is your CPU?

Phenom II x4 820 and 3x Core2 Quad Q6600's. They should, I know they don't perform great like the newer cpu's, but I'm on a budget for cpu mining.

Core2 Quad Q6600 doesn't support AES-NI.

Just checked all my cpu's, they all don't support AES-NI. This coin is just only for newer CPU's. Can't afford to buy new cpu's at the moment, so it's useless to mine for me at the moment.

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December 26, 2013, 12:08:05 PM
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This is kind of sucking. I'm finding shares, but every single one is getting rejected.  Huh

It must be some kind of problem... what setup do you use? win32 or 64?

Win64. This is my setup: minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com:80 --user M92QAURY1e4BsoDdqx5pKeS7UJi6zUHv6H --pass x --threads 4


Your CPU might not support AES, what model is your CPU?

Phenom II x4 820 and 3x Core2 Quad Q6600's. They should, I know they don't perform great like the newer cpu's, but I'm on a budget for cpu mining.

Core2 Quad Q6600 doesn't support AES-NI.

Just checked all my cpu's, they all don't support AES-NI. This coin is just only for newer CPU's. Can't afford to buy new cpu's at the moment, so it's useless to mine for me at the moment.
How do you check this?


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December 26, 2013, 12:10:08 PM
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Just checked all my cpu's, they all don't support AES-NI. This coin is just only for newer CPU's. Can't afford to buy new cpu's at the moment, so it's useless to mine for me at the moment.

That's not the cause. Older CPUs will only be slower but must still be able to calculate hashes. You have some software problem or faulty hardware.

Try this:

minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com/ --user *your MMC address* --threads 4
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December 26, 2013, 12:21:18 PM
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this coin is a waste of time/energy, but i'll keep at last 1 MMC in my wallet for the future, next time when you dev's release your coins please be "More Democratic" and less centralized LOL

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December 26, 2013, 12:39:09 PM
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Just checked all my cpu's, they all don't support AES-NI. This coin is just only for newer CPU's. Can't afford to buy new cpu's at the moment, so it's useless to mine for me at the moment.

That's not the cause. Older CPUs will only be slower but must still be able to calculate hashes. You have some software problem or faulty hardware.

Try this:

minerd.exe --url http://work.mmcpool.com/ --user *your MMC address* --threads 4

My hardware and software is fine for other cpu mining, ie. PTS, XPM, scrypt jane, etc. This is the first time I ever had an issue cpu mining.

If you see in my older posts, I did have the cmd line done right for the bat file. Might be an issue with the bigger miners finding shares too fast for my cpu's to compete.

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