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September 29, 2018, 11:31:51 AM
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That is about 1.35 coins per month, which obvious is lower than monthly stake.
Yes, it seems very low.. but I'm waiting for wallets to open on Binance so I can sell them.. I want BTC Smiley)

I just woke up to the fact that Binance has no incentive to open the wallet if they have it staked it makes money for them.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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September 29, 2018, 11:42:23 AM
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That is about 1.35 coins per month, which obvious is lower than monthly stake.
Yes, it seems very low.. but I'm waiting for wallets to open on Binance so I can sell them.. I want BTC Smiley)

I just woke up to the fact that Binance has no incentive to open the wallet if they have it staked it makes money for them.

Binance gives me GAS for NEO....  Cheesy

But for other "staking" coins seems not listed.

I used the BCI QT wallet, have 8-9 coins but I don't see any "interests".

Which wallet do you use Phil?

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September 29, 2018, 12:19:48 PM
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That is about 1.35 coins per month, which obvious is lower than monthly stake.
Yes, it seems very low.. but I'm waiting for wallets to open on Binance so I can sell them.. I want BTC Smiley)

I just woke up to the fact that Binance has no incentive to open the wallet if they have it staked it makes money for them.

Binance gives me GAS for NEO....  Cheesy

But for other "staking" coins seems not listed.

I used the BCI QT wallet, have 8-9 coins but I don't see any "interests".

Which wallet do you use Phil?

bci qt

but you need to stake it

the coins stay in your wallet

and the stake website looks at the address  in your wallet to see you did not move the coins.


this is the 112 coins staked weekly
https://explorer.bitcoininterest.io/address/iHZFPH7R5fxThoHG2iLMFxUPcDnnf3SgQv


this is 50 coins staked monthly

 https://explorer.bitcoininterest.io/address/iRysZBkNVQmehvc2J5nWRouVuT2JUcUK7s


this is 15 coins staked weekly

https://explorer.bitcoininterest.io/address/iFWYNiZqDsPqmF3kK5sbVdigKRwVKpZtqs



go here to stake

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click here
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I then added 3 addresses from my core wallet

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September 29, 2018, 12:30:37 PM
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So it says you earned  0.62 coins, but you said you earned   0.34 coins.

So did the other addresses earn or is that 2 weeks on the 112 coin address?
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September 29, 2018, 12:33:09 PM
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@ Yankeeswin  the 112 coin address earned for 2 weeks.

I have been fucking around  with the other  2 addresses to

A) look for flaws to report
B) gain an  understanding of the interest accounts.

So far only the large address with 112 coins has earned money

I suspect that  you get bumped from the interest list if you don't leave enough coins in.

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September 29, 2018, 01:41:34 PM
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As I understand from their FAQ, if I will stake 100 coins 1st of October and I want to add more to the stake (because I mined more), I will have to wait until 1st of November to make changes...
I don't think it's much to be earned from this stake interest thing ...
Or.. to make another wallet and put the coins earned from mining during the month to weekly stakes..
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September 29, 2018, 02:04:14 PM
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As I understand from their FAQ, if I will stake 100 coins 1st of October and I want to add more to the stake (because I mined more), I will have to wait until 1st of November to make changes...
I don't think it's much to be earned from this stake interest thing ...
Or.. to make another wallet and put the coins earned from mining during the month to weekly stakes..

If I earn 200 coins mining each month

200——-3
400——-6—————9
600——-9—————18
800——-12————-30
1000——15————45
1200——18————63
1400——-21———-84
1600——-24———-108
1800——-27———-135
2000——-30———-165
2200——-33———-198
2400——-36———-234

So a year of mining means decent earning.

I estimate you need to have 300 mh or 15x 1080ti

Even after a year you would be at 2634 coins and be earning 36 to 37 coins and no longer have to mine.


It is okay and could be better. 15x 1080ti is 72 kwatts a day or 2160 a month or 25000 kwatts in a year.

That is around 2500 usd spent at ten cents.

But you could never mine again and earn more coins.

Has potential with price rally.


One core wallet can give you lots of addresses

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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September 29, 2018, 08:52:59 PM
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Well.. this is weird...
Not saying he is the one who created the coin or something.. but selling some accounts right on the announcement thread? Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2616641.msg46312165#msg46312165
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September 29, 2018, 09:05:14 PM
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As I understand from their FAQ, if I will stake 100 coins 1st of October and I want to add more to the stake (because I mined more), I will have to wait until 1st of November to make changes...
I don't think it's much to be earned from this stake interest thing ...
Or.. to make another wallet and put the coins earned from mining during the month to weekly stakes..

If I earn 200 coins mining each month

200——-3
400——-6—————9
600——-9—————18
800——-12————-30
1000——15————45
1200——18————63
1400——-21———-84
1600——-24———-108
1800——-27———-135
2000——-30———-165
2200——-33———-198
2400——-36———-234

So a year of mining means decent earning.

I estimate you need to have 300 mh or 15x 1080ti

Even after a year you would be at 2634 coins and be earning 36 to 37 coins and no longer have to mine.


It is okay and could be better. 15x 1080ti is 72 kwatts a day or 2160 a month or 25000 kwatts in a year.

That is around 2500 usd spent at ten cents.

But you could never mine again and earn more coins.

Has potential with price rally.


One core wallet can give you lots of addresses
iterestung stats, thats a nice chunk made by just staking.  Kinda makes mining not even worth it when you get to 2k plus coins,  I don’t get that
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September 29, 2018, 09:07:31 PM
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Well.. this is weird...
Not saying he is the one who created the coin or something.. but selling some accounts right on the announcement thread? Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2616641.msg46312165#msg46312165


a scam attack against bci


make up hundreds of names and hope you get lucky

to pick a name to sell

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September 29, 2018, 11:33:25 PM
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Looks like the XMR fork is coming soon. About 3 weeks or so. And it doesn't look like Claymore will be updating his software to support the new algo.

Any miners out there that are stable for the AMD RX series and maybe the old Litecoin era GPUs like R9 280X/Radeon 7970 ?

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September 30, 2018, 12:20:11 AM
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Looks like the XMR fork is coming soon. About 3 weeks or so. And it doesn't look like Claymore will be updating his software to support the new algo.

Any miners out there that are stable for the AMD RX series and maybe the old Litecoin era GPUs like R9 280X/Radeon 7970 ?

XMR-STAK?

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September 30, 2018, 12:22:14 AM
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Looks like the XMR fork is coming soon. About 3 weeks or so. And it doesn't look like Claymore will be updating his software to support the new algo.

Any miners out there that are stable for the AMD RX series and maybe the old Litecoin era GPUs like R9 280X/Radeon 7970 ?

XMR-STAK?

When I tried that program in the past, my speeds were much much slower than Claymore and if I added more threads it basically ended up in an instant freeze.

It seems to work better for newer GPUs but seems unstable for the older GPUs. Maybe will see if there is a newer version that is more stable.

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September 30, 2018, 04:02:01 AM
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Looks like the XMR fork is coming soon. About 3 weeks or so. And it doesn't look like Claymore will be updating his software to support the new algo.

Any miners out there that are stable for the AMD RX series and maybe the old Litecoin era GPUs like R9 280X/Radeon 7970 ?

XMR-STAK?

When I tried that program in the past, my speeds were much much slower than Claymore and if I added more threads it basically ended up in an instant freeze.

It seems to work better for newer GPUs but seems unstable for the older GPUs. Maybe will see if there is a newer version that is more stable.

You may be right about using it with older gpu's.  I've only used it with Vega 56's. 

Ok, I want you to walk back in there and very calmly, very politely tell the risk assessors to fuck off! -Mark Baum
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September 30, 2018, 08:01:53 AM
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Looks like the XMR fork is coming soon. About 3 weeks or so. And it doesn't look like Claymore will be updating his software to support the new algo.

Any miners out there that are stable for the AMD RX series and maybe the old Litecoin era GPUs like R9 280X/Radeon 7970 ?

XMR-STAK?

When I tried that program in the past, my speeds were much much slower than Claymore and if I added more threads it basically ended up in an instant freeze.

It seems to work better for newer GPUs but seems unstable for the older GPUs. Maybe will see if there is a newer version that is more stable.

As for now XMR-STAK 2.4.7 is a bit faster for Antilles GPU then the last Claymore that was compatible (9.7, now obsolete). But it really need fine-tuning and proper driver selection cause latest drivers for Antilles (15.7) do not report proper memory size. The problem was discussed in deep at XMR-STAK github https://github.com/fireice-uk/xmr-stak/issues/472. In short you have to use 14.4 driver for optimal performance. Please note that it is impossible to use HD69xx and RX in a single system with optimal performance.
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September 30, 2018, 05:45:32 PM
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Looks like the XMR fork is coming soon. About 3 weeks or so. And it doesn't look like Claymore will be updating his software to support the new algo.

Any miners out there that are stable for the AMD RX series and maybe the old Litecoin era GPUs like R9 280X/Radeon 7970 ?

XMR-STAK?

When I tried that program in the past, my speeds were much much slower than Claymore and if I added more threads it basically ended up in an instant freeze.

It seems to work better for newer GPUs but seems unstable for the older GPUs. Maybe will see if there is a newer version that is more stable.

As for now XMR-STAK 2.4.7 is a bit faster for Antilles GPU then the last Claymore that was compatible (9.7, now obsolete). But it really need fine-tuning and proper driver selection cause latest drivers for Antilles (15.7) do not report proper memory size. The problem was discussed in deep at XMR-STAK github https://github.com/fireice-uk/xmr-stak/issues/472. In short you have to use 14.4 driver for optimal performance. Please note that it is impossible to use HD69xx and RX in a single system with optimal performance.

Do people still mine with the 69xx GPUs? I assumed since AMD drivers 15.7.1 was the last supported version that most algos unless it's the Claymore aren't supported anymore.

I had luck mining ETH with that beast when the DAG was less than 2GB. I think it hashed at 26MHs and pulled 350Watts for that 1 GPU.

Equihash would never work for that GPU and neither did the other algos.

I sure miss that GPU. Bought it off a guy who used to mine BTC with it. Then I mined LTC, then Darkcoin, then ETH and last algo was XMR.

It ran at 100C for 24/7 for years and never had any issues. Redoing thermal paste did nothing.

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September 30, 2018, 06:53:05 PM
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September 30, 2018, 09:03:07 PM
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One core wallet can give you lots of addresses
That's what I wanted to say.. got it a little bit wrong Smiley)
But I'm not really sure how this is going to work.
I started mining into another address which I will keep it for weekly staking. After one month of staking the primary address, I will put into stake at 1st of November all I have from both addresses. And I will create a new one.

This is how you're planing to do also?
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One core wallet can give you lots of addresses
That's what I wanted to say.. got it a little bit wrong Smiley)
But I'm not really sure how this is going to work.
I started mining into another address which I will keep it for weekly staking. After one month of staking the primary address, I will put into stake at 1st of November all I have from both addresses. And I will create a new one.

This is how you're planing to do also?

I have a weekly address
I have a monthly address

I have Mining address

I have a holding address.

So stake
100 monthly
100 weekly

Move mining coins to holding wallet daily

After 1 week move holding coins to weekly wallet bump staking number in the wallet.

Do that four weeks in a row.

Move 1/2 weekly coins to monthly

Rinse and repeat for a few months.

I will decide how long I will do this after three months

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October 01, 2018, 02:23:56 AM
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IMO Phil you would be better off mining Minex:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1847292.0

BCI is pretty much ripoff from them, yet claims to be the "first."  Furthermore their claim to decentralize staking is ludicrous considering they actually centralized it if anything.  I have a sinking feeling that once BCI hits a real exchange there is going to be price drop that will more than negate any interest earned.  I've made a lot of money mining shitcoins but personally i think you should only mine them if there is a current liquid market.  No word on premine either.
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