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January 17, 2015, 03:00:11 PM
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24 caught wind of a conversation I was having with Shapeshift over twitter and suggested getting DGB on their service. I think this is a great idea and am contacting them now. Has anyone else touched base with them about adding DGB?

That would be awesome offcourse!Great innitiative to contact them!

Here is the conversation and maybe it's enough when people RT,FAV and give some positive feedback on it.
https://twitter.com/jasoncarleski/status/556181039270219776

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January 17, 2015, 03:10:00 PM
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2015-01-17 15:21:15 [Pool]      [digibyte] (Thread 1) rpc error with daemon instance 0 when submitting block with submitblock {"code":-2,"message":"Safe mode: Warning: The network does not appear to fully agree! Some miners appear to be experiencing issues."}

anyone else problems? reloading blockchain now..

Miningpoolhub is experiencing same issue.

There may be some bug or attack on the network.

Mining Pool Hub - https://miningpoolhub.com
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January 17, 2015, 03:51:20 PM
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That would be awesome of course!Great initiative to contact them!

Here is the conversation and maybe it's enough when people RT,FAV and give some positive feedback on it.
https://twitter.com/jasoncarleski/status/556181039270219776

I emailed them asking what the process and criteria are for getting a coin listed. If we have some idea of what they're looking for, we can round up the appropriate resources.
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January 17, 2015, 05:05:23 PM
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That would be awesome of course!Great initiative to contact them!

Here is the conversation and maybe it's enough when people RT,FAV and give some positive feedback on it.
https://twitter.com/jasoncarleski/status/556181039270219776

I emailed them asking what the process and criteria are for getting a coin listed. If we have some idea of what they're looking for, we can round up the appropriate resources.
Awesome! Great job and looking forward to the response.

Have a good weekend all!

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January 17, 2015, 07:54:27 PM
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Top of the morning to my fellow crypto traders

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January 17, 2015, 08:57:34 PM
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24 caught wind of a conversation I was having with Shapeshift over twitter and suggested getting DGB on their service. I think this is a great idea and am contacting them now. Has anyone else touched base with them about adding DGB?

I did a few times over twitter, but no response or whatsoever.
They will NOT add us until we really have something to show them.

As I said previously this type of thing requires a bit of hard work and very formal invitation or proposal, that would be better if contacted by the dev team or Jared.
And Jared said, they need some more time to get in touch with those exchanges etc...
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January 17, 2015, 11:10:40 PM
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I did a few times over twitter, but no response or whatsoever.
They will NOT add us until we really have something to show them.

As I said previously this type of thing requires a bit of hard work and very formal invitation or proposal, that would be better if contacted by the dev team or Jared.
And Jared said, they need some more time to get in touch with those exchanges etc...

Response:
Quote from: shapeshift.io

Hello,

We need to see that the coin has significant trade volume - once we see that, then we consider adding it.

Kind regards,
Beorn


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January 17, 2015, 11:18:05 PM
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I did a few times over twitter, but no response or whatsoever.
They will NOT add us until we really have something to show them.

As I said previously this type of thing requires a bit of hard work and very formal invitation or proposal, that would be better if contacted by the dev team or Jared.
And Jared said, they need some more time to get in touch with those exchanges etc...

Response:
Quote from: shapeshift.io

Hello,

We need to see that the coin has significant trade volume - once we see that, then we consider adding it.

Kind regards,
Beorn


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Politics answer. What is significant? DGB has a volume of 3BTC  per day at the least!
Maybe bribing will work, who knows Wink
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January 18, 2015, 04:58:14 AM
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When the Digiboom happens, Shapeshift.io will jump on quickly. We just have to make sure it happens Grin

Maybe bribing will work, who knows Wink

That's a pretty harsh thing to say just because they feel Digibyte isn't worth investing in at the moment... A much better response is to thank them for their response and keep fighting the digibyte fight- Everything else will fall into place, including shapeshift.io! So thank's for your response shapeshift.io, and watch our community, value, and trade volume grow together. I'll be around the site when you add Digibyte Smiley

DGB is my and the future's coin of choice! Don't cry if you don't invest Wink
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January 18, 2015, 07:24:47 AM
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Roughly how many Digibyte are currently mined per day?

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January 18, 2015, 10:44:50 AM
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Roughly how many Digibyte are currently mined per day?

Look at how many algos there are, and then you can find the main pools of each algo and find out  Grin
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January 18, 2015, 10:51:39 AM
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DigiHash is a docile little beast even in this early stage. It took 9 minutes to have the first accepted share, and the performance is slowly rising on my office-pc i5-4590, very nice! (skein)

(edit: and now my 6990 cards are also mining with DigiHash, on Groestl algo onto the same address)

DigiHash has not crashed since 2-3 days, which is pretty good (compared to the original sgminer) very stable.
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January 18, 2015, 11:09:23 AM
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I got a PM asking about how to solo mine . . .

The abridged, super simplified, solo mining HOWTO Wink

This assumes you already have your rig built, and OS and miner installed and configured.



Solo mining, single rig

ONLY 3 THINGS TO DO:

  • set up your wallet config file
  • set up your wallet to run as a server
  • set up your miner batch file to point to your wallet



Wallet config file key items: everything, but there are less than 20 lines

Cut and paste what's posted here into your digibyte.conf file inside the same directory/folder where your wallet is found:

Code:
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcuser=yourusername
rpcpassword=yourpassword
server=1
daemon=1
txindex=1
debug=1
algo=scrypt
rpcport=14022
port=12024
addnode=216.250.125.121
addnode=74.208.230.160
addnode=69.164.206.169
addnode=192.99.215.234
addnode=96.126.114.208
addnode=54.204.36.33
addnode=192.99.41.108
addnode=199.83.128.91
addnode=199.83.132.91

Change the rpcuser and rpcpassword to something of your choosing

Save it as digibyte.conf



Create a shortcut of your DigiByte wallet, right click, click properties append --server to the end of the TARGET line
(Example: C:\Users\User\Wallets\DigiByte\digibyte-qt.exe --server)
Save it and run your DigiByte Wallet as a server using that newly created shortcut.

One other thing, don't forget to modify the algo line with the algorithm you're using.
Code:
algo=scrypt
algo=sha256d
algo=groestl
algo=qubit
algo=skein


Setup your bat/script startup file by SIMPLY CHANGING 3 THINGS: your -o -u and -p switches (everything else stays the same)

-o 127.0.0.1:14022
-u the user name that you gave to rpcuser in your digibyte.conf file
-p the password that you gave to rpcpassword in your digibyte.conf file

Save and run. You're now mining solo.




Multiple Rig Setups

All the same as above, except you need to:

Change the 127.0.0.1 in the rpcallowip line in your digibyte.conf file to the IP of your server wallet machine or of your subnet, (for example to 192.168.0.* or 192.168.1.* which are the most common - you could go with 192.168.*.* when in doubt)

If necessary, create any necessary firewall exceptions on your server wallet machine and/or router.

Change the -o switch in your bat/script startup file to the IP of your server wallet machine, followed by a colon, and the rpcport number used (for example 192.168.0.30:17772 )

And you're off and running, now solo mining using various miners together.  Grin


It's easy as 1-2-3. Good luck, and good mining!


If there is only 4 times more LTC than BTC, when is LTC going to be worth 1/4 of BTC?
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January 18, 2015, 11:17:12 AM
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Roughly how many Digibyte are currently mined per day?

Look at how many algos there are, and then you can find the main pools of each algo and find out  Grin

Current Reward * 2880 = Theoretical DGB Mined per Day (real discovery is usually always a little less)

Block Discovery Time = 30 Seconds (24 hours * 120 = 2880)
Current Reward = ~2410

If there is only 4 times more LTC than BTC, when is LTC going to be worth 1/4 of BTC?
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January 18, 2015, 01:24:28 PM
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Roughly how many Digibyte are currently mined per day?

Look at how many algos there are, and then you can find the main pools of each algo and find out  Grin

Current Reward * 2880 = Theoretical DGB Mined per Day (real discovery is usually always a little less)

Block Discovery Time = 30 Seconds (24 hours * 120 = 2880)
Current Reward = ~2410

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Thank you for the above mining guide! We have referenced it in the OP mining pool section!

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January 18, 2015, 01:26:07 PM
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DigiByte Timeline

2009 - 2012: The initial design & development for an open source decentralized cryptocurrency known as Bitcoin is created by an anonymous programmer using the name Satoshi Nakamoto.

2012 – 2013: The founder of DigiByte, Jared Tate initially discovers Bitcoin and spends over 14 months analyzing, learning & experimenting with the Bitcoin network and source code.

November 2013: Jared decides to improve upon Bitcoin’s codebase with a brand new digital currency & payment network named DigiByte and begins development.

January 10th, 2014, 12 PM MST: DigiByte officially launches with much success and user participation from around the globe.
  
February 28th, 2014: DigiShield hardfork at block 67,200. DigiByte developers in response to multi-pool attacks test and develop an asymmetrical difficulty adjustment system named DigiShield. DigiShield is quickly adopted & implemented by many other digital currencies including Dogecoin. Many digital currencies still use & apply parts of DigiShield codebase.

April 8th, 2014: DigiByte attends, gives a professional presentation & has a booth at the first ever cryptocurrency convention in New York City. Watch Video Here

May 1st, 2014: DigiByte mentioned on CNBC.com. Read Here

May 9th, 2014: DigiByte mentioned live on CNBC for the first time. Watch Video Here

May - August 2014: DigiByte team meets with several potential investors & strategic partners.

September 1st, 2014: MultiAlgo hardfork at block 145,000. DigiByte plans & successfully deploys its second hardfork to allow miners to mine on five independent mining algorithms & is the first digital currency to make such a move.

November 29th, 2014: DigiByte officially announces a $250,00 private investment to build services around the DigiByte network as well as a strategic partnership with Tofugear Ltd of Hong Kong and a new office presence in Hong Kong.  Read Announcement Here

December 10th, 2014: MultiShield hardfork at block 400,000. DigiByte deploys & executes its third hard fork to improve network performance alongside a reward reduction to extend DigiByte production to 21 years.

January 10th, 2015: DigiByte turns one year old.

January 16th, 2015: DigiByte releases DigiHash Easy Miner for beginners. Read Release Post



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January 18, 2015, 01:53:24 PM
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Great timeline Jared! Thanks.
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January 18, 2015, 02:01:39 PM
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Great work Digibyte!  
Also good to see a wiki page!
And the updated OP looks really great!

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January 18, 2015, 02:52:23 PM
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HR,

Thank you for the above mining guide! We have referenced it in the OP mining pool section!


How to solomine, and if you have more than one PC how to use more than one PC to mine from the same wallet: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=408268.msg9993550#msg9993550

Maybe HR could update his instructions to show that. Alot of people have more than one PC that they mine on.

My current miner setup: Linux - Ubuntu 12.04, Two 1.3Mh/s Scrypt ASICs, Two Radeon HD 7850 GPU mining different algos (usually qubit or skein).
Click here for my DGB Address QR code.   DGB Address: D6ZLjbSWu2mse3EqtoSn93nFrJ85wPKBF5
I have the DGB Gaming Wallet on my Galaxy S6
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January 18, 2015, 04:19:34 PM
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HR,

Thank you for the above mining guide! We have referenced it in the OP mining pool section!


How to solomine, and if you have more than one PC how to use more than one PC to mine from the same wallet: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=408268.msg9993550#msg9993550

Maybe HR could update his instructions to show that. Alot of people have more than one PC that they mine on.

Im afraid youre not going to be very successful solomining but you can try, its could be the lottery  Grin
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