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February 09, 2014, 10:39:01 PM
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Any word on Kimoto or something similar being implemented before we retarget. I have a feeling once difficulty drops the whale/whales will return.

I'm thinking about implementing some changes to set a much lower retarget window, maybe 100 blocks. In opinions on this? I could implement kimoto but it seems like more of a project.

I'm thinking that 100 blocks is about 4 hours, so it would be not very fruitful for someone to jump on like the whale did and jump the difficulty.

We are still on the same block hours after he left, how long would it take for us to get through 100 at this point?

Since the last difficulty adjustment we've went through 120 blocks, so we would already be at a lower difficulty

According to the pools I'm looking at its still 452 blocks till next adjustment, they've been saying this for hours,  am I looking in the wrong place?
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February 09, 2014, 10:39:50 PM
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Any word on Kimoto or something similar being implemented before we retarget. I have a feeling once difficulty drops the whale/whales will return.

I'm thinking about implementing some changes to set a much lower retarget window, maybe 100 blocks. In opinions on this? I could implement kimoto but it seems like more of a project.

I'm thinking that 100 blocks is about 4 hours, so it would be not very fruitful for someone to jump on like the whale did and jump the difficulty.
Currently about 1 hr per block... We are looking at around a month to retarget.
Even at retarget every 10 blocks, it would be 10 hrs, but we probably wont see such big disparities like now.
I dont like hardfork if we can just update retarget frequency. That sounds like a much smaller change to solve this issue.

How hard would a dynamic retargeting formula be to implement? Eg, if projected retarget rate goes above 1 day, it adjusts things to retarget in the near future

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February 09, 2014, 10:40:53 PM
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Any word on Kimoto or something similar being implemented before we retarget. I have a feeling once difficulty drops the whale/whales will return.

I'm thinking about implementing some changes to set a much lower retarget window, maybe 100 blocks. In opinions on this? I could implement kimoto but it seems like more of a project.

I'm thinking that 100 blocks is about 4 hours, so it would be not very fruitful for someone to jump on like the whale did and jump the difficulty.

We are still on the same block hours after he left, how long would it take for us to get through 100 at this point?

Since the last difficulty adjustment we've went through 120 blocks, so we would already be at a lower difficulty
Only because the whale was sleeping at was still going at 50% for a while.

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February 09, 2014, 10:41:47 PM
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Any word on Kimoto or something similar being implemented before we retarget. I have a feeling once difficulty drops the whale/whales will return.

I'm thinking about implementing some changes to set a much lower retarget window, maybe 100 blocks. In opinions on this? I could implement kimoto but it seems like more of a project.

I'm thinking that 100 blocks is about 4 hours, so it would be not very fruitful for someone to jump on like the whale did and jump the difficulty.

We are still on the same block hours after he left, how long would it take for us to get through 100 at this point?

Since the last difficulty adjustment we've went through 120 blocks, so we would already be at a lower difficulty
how long till we could do the hardfork?


I can have the code ready in a couple hours if all of the pools are ready to update their daemons

as long as its today or tomorrow, i can do a quick recompile, tuesday, on andward i need 24 hours notice..

Any word on Kimoto or something similar being implemented before we retarget. I have a feeling once difficulty drops the whale/whales will return.

I'm thinking about implementing some changes to set a much lower retarget window, maybe 100 blocks. In opinions on this? I could implement kimoto but it seems like more of a project.

I'm thinking that 100 blocks is about 4 hours, so it would be not very fruitful for someone to jump on like the whale did and jump the difficulty.
Currently about 1 hr per block... We are looking at around a month to retarget.
Even at retarget every 10 blocks, it would be 10 hrs, but we probably wont see such big disparities like now.
I dont like hardfork if we can just update retarget frequency. That sounds like a much smaller change to solve this issue.

How hard would a dynamic retargeting formula be to implement? Eg, if projected retarget rate goes above 1 day, it adjusts things to retarget in the near future

James

something like how long did the last x blocks take > 24 retarget in 5 blocks ?

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February 09, 2014, 10:49:20 PM
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Hi,

Is there an easy to understand guide on how to mine darkcoin on osx? I'm new to mining and have been trying for hours and I'm no further forward. I've downloaded the standalone miner but can't get it to connect to the pool.

Any help very much appreciated.

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I'm getting the following when I try to compile..

chmod +x ./nomacro.pl
./nomacro.pl
./configure CFLAGS="-03"
-bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
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February 09, 2014, 10:53:11 PM
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Any word on Kimoto or something similar being implemented before we retarget. I have a feeling once difficulty drops the whale/whales will return.

I'm thinking about implementing some changes to set a much lower retarget window, maybe 100 blocks. In opinions on this? I could implement kimoto but it seems like more of a project.

I'm thinking that 100 blocks is about 4 hours, so it would be not very fruitful for someone to jump on like the whale did and jump the difficulty.

We are still on the same block hours after he left, how long would it take for us to get through 100 at this point?

Since the last difficulty adjustment we've went through 120 blocks, so we would already be at a lower difficulty
how long till we could do the hardfork?


I can have the code ready in a couple hours if all of the pools are ready to update their daemons

as long as its today or tomorrow, i can do a quick recompile, tuesday, on andward i need 24 hours notice..

Any word on Kimoto or something similar being implemented before we retarget. I have a feeling once difficulty drops the whale/whales will return.

I'm thinking about implementing some changes to set a much lower retarget window, maybe 100 blocks. In opinions on this? I could implement kimoto but it seems like more of a project.

I'm thinking that 100 blocks is about 4 hours, so it would be not very fruitful for someone to jump on like the whale did and jump the difficulty.
Currently about 1 hr per block... We are looking at around a month to retarget.
Even at retarget every 10 blocks, it would be 10 hrs, but we probably wont see such big disparities like now.
I dont like hardfork if we can just update retarget frequency. That sounds like a much smaller change to solve this issue.

How hard would a dynamic retargeting formula be to implement? Eg, if projected retarget rate goes above 1 day, it adjusts things to retarget in the near future

James

something like how long did the last x blocks take > 24 retarget in 5 blocks ?
Maybe something that is a bit more accurate. For example, if the target block time is exceeded by some factor that indicates a disconnect between current network hashrate, then we can retrigger retargeting after one block.

Extreme case would be if we are waiting for 17 hours on a single block, then clearly there is no need to wait for 4 more blocks! Since the goal for DRK is around a minute, anything over 10 minutes would seem to be statistically valid indicator that a retarget might be needed. At over an hour, there would be no doubt.

There must be some coin that already does dynamic retargeting? Alternatively, just retarget every block, then no need for semi-reliable stochastic methods

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February 09, 2014, 10:54:53 PM
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I guess unless everyone changes to new diff adjustment, they will get left behind. Anybody still solo mining? If not, and all the pools update, then wouldnt the transition be without any forks?

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February 09, 2014, 11:01:39 PM
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Hi,

Is there an easy to understand guide on how to mine darkcoin on osx? I'm new to mining and have been trying for hours and I'm no further forward. I've downloaded the standalone miner but can't get it to connect to the pool.

Any help very much appreciated.

D

type your command line here, and we will try to help

ior go on irc #darkcoin

I'm getting the following when I try to compile..

chmod +x ./nomacro.pl
./nomacro.pl
./configure CFLAGS="-03"
-bash: ./configure: No such file or directory


not ./nomacro.pl

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autogen.sh

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February 09, 2014, 11:11:50 PM
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Why can't the difficulty retarget every single block?  Is there some loophole to this that I'm not seeing?

If the whale drives up the diff in one block theres no reason for him to stick around
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February 09, 2014, 11:14:37 PM
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http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/21730/how-does-the-kimoto-gravity-well-regulate-difficulty

We need to have kimoto's gravity well or we are screwed!
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February 09, 2014, 11:14:53 PM
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Is there any chance we could implement a ASIC resistant feature similar to Vertcoin?
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February 09, 2014, 11:18:42 PM
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Is there any chance we could implement a ASIC resistant feature similar to Vertcoin?

no need with the 11 algos that already make it a too large a task to add to asic for the foreseeable future

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February 09, 2014, 11:22:19 PM
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Hi guys! I'd like to present a new darkcoin pool - YOBA Pool! We had just opened!
PPLNS, 1% fee, autopayouts, stratum, etc. Redistribute a hash power - start mining at drk.yobapool.net today!
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February 09, 2014, 11:25:55 PM
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Hi guys! I'd like to present a new darkcoin pool - YOBA Pool! We had just opened!
PPLNS, 1% fee, autopayouts, stratum, etc. Redistribute a hash power - start mining at drk.yobapool.net today!

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February 09, 2014, 11:27:38 PM
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Hi guys! I'd like to present a new darkcoin pool - YOBA Pool! We had just opened!
PPLNS, 1% fee, autopayouts, stratum, etc. Redistribute a hash power - start mining at drk.yobapool.net today!

Added to http://darkcoin.io

Awesome website!

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February 09, 2014, 11:42:39 PM
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Hi guys! I'd like to present a new darkcoin pool - YOBA Pool! We had just opened!
PPLNS, 1% fee, autopayouts, stratum, etc. Redistribute a hash power - start mining at drk.yobapool.net today!

Added to http://darkcoin.io


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February 10, 2014, 12:15:33 AM
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What will the supply of this coin be, realistically? If the block reward is inverse to the difficulty, wouldn't we reach an eventual leveling off of production and thus a soft cap? Looking at the formula for block reward, it seems that the faster that the coin's value grows, the lower the block reward. Thus, as early investors, it's in our best interest to see this coin gain value as quickly as possible as that would ensure that our holdings become a greater share of the eventual supply.
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February 10, 2014, 12:36:57 AM
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What will the supply of this coin be, realistically? If the block reward is inverse to the difficulty, wouldn't we reach an eventual leveling off of production and thus a soft cap? Looking at the formula for block reward, it seems that the faster that the coin's value grows, the lower the block reward. Thus, as early investors, it's in our best interest to see this coin gain value as quickly as possible as that would ensure that our holdings become a greater share of the eventual supply.
It seems that even at current difficulty levels of 50 to 100, it will be hard to go beyond 10 million DRK this year.

Any news on hardfork? Will it help or hurt if I reactivated my 100MH?

James

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February 10, 2014, 12:57:00 AM
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What will the supply of this coin be, realistically? If the block reward is inverse to the difficulty, wouldn't we reach an eventual leveling off of production and thus a soft cap? Looking at the formula for block reward, it seems that the faster that the coin's value grows, the lower the block reward. Thus, as early investors, it's in our best interest to see this coin gain value as quickly as possible as that would ensure that our holdings become a greater share of the eventual supply.
It seems that even at current difficulty levels of 50 to 100, it will be hard to go beyond 10 million DRK this year.

Any news on hardfork? Will it help or hurt if I reactivated my 100MH?

James

Its coming
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February 10, 2014, 12:57:53 AM
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HARDFORK IMMINENT.

Implementing Gravity Well!!!

Will post here as soon as we get the new code up on git hub!

We have been trying to get ahold of the Exchange Operators. If you have a contact please let them know!

This will fix the problem with the whale this weekend!

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