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February 11, 2014, 03:10:18 AM
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Hi,

I try to register for Free trial azure account.
They ask me my card number?
I have to put one to obtain the free trial??? But didn't use it? Can you confirm about this?

Thanks,

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February 11, 2014, 03:11:14 AM
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Honest Tim,

You seem to know a lot about Azure.  May I ask, what happens when I run out of money on the free trial? Do they start charging me on my credit card until I cancel? Thank you.
No they wont.

You dont even have to cancel subscription, it ends when you run out of money.

Cool Thanks Crike.

Ok,

I just register... Try to figure how it's working...
I have to create a virtual server? Which is best O/S for running minerd?

there is a quide on the front page of the forum

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February 11, 2014, 03:22:27 AM
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Honest Tim,

You seem to know a lot about Azure.  May I ask, what happens when I run out of money on the free trial? Do they start charging me on my credit card until I cancel? Thank you.
No they wont.

You dont even have to cancel subscription, it ends when you run out of money.

Cool Thanks Crike.

Ok,

I just register... Try to figure how it's working...
I have to create a virtual server? Which is best O/S for running minerd?


On Azure I believe that you can get a linux machine for like half the cost of a Windows box so it will last 2x as long. I'd recommend Ubuntu 12.04

damn it, that really pitheths me off.
I will have to learn how to compile source code now.
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February 11, 2014, 03:34:11 AM
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One odd thing I noticed is that in my pools it may say something like my hash should get 25-30 DRK/Day, yet my actual DRK received is much less than that. I am new to this sort of thing, so am I reading that wrong? Although with this recent change, I do see more coins coming in now... so maybe it will catch up somewhat.

ha ha! I have just asked all these questions tonight!! go back 3/4 pages back https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421615.msg5066892#msg5066892



The numbers simply being way off is certainly an explanation I considered. I would have thought they wouldn't be quite as off as they are though.

The guide for DRK coin is the easiest way to go for this, and pair it up with Putty, and it's really easy to do. I tried quark/frozen/doge on a different cloud service as a trial, and the payouts were really, really lousy. I just started up Azure/DRK last night, and it does appear to be chugging along somewhat nicely now -- won't get a ton out of it, but for free, why not? I'm curious if there are other freebie cloud services to try. I did try signing up for 2 others (HP, Joyent) ... but had issues with each.

There is also Riecoin coming out tomorrow, which may be good to point some cloudmining at, since it's a cpu coin -- although I am not aware of a guide for it.
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February 11, 2014, 03:39:58 AM
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Regarding http://pool.darkcoin.io/ are the payout schemes calculated ok after 15200? They seem way too low for the difficulties involved... before the whale thing etc, I averaged around a coin per hour now I'm waaayyy down to something like 0.1 per hour. Is it possible that the new diff scheme has messed up the pool share calculations?

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February 11, 2014, 03:46:06 AM
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Regarding http://pool.darkcoin.io/ are the payout schemes calculated ok after 15200? They seem way too low for the difficulties involved... before the whale thing etc, I averaged around a coin per hour now I'm waaayyy down to something like 0.1 per hour. Is it possible that the new diff scheme has messed up the pool share calculations?



If anything, they seem more accurate now, and my payout has increased a bit. Not that it's much, but it's moving more than it was before.
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February 11, 2014, 03:46:43 AM
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Regarding http://pool.darkcoin.io/ are the payout schemes calculated ok after 15200? They seem way too low for the difficulties involved... before the whale thing etc, I averaged around a coin per hour now I'm waaayyy down to something like 0.1 per hour. Is it possible that the new diff scheme has messed up the pool share calculations?



Everything seems fine on this end, try restarting your miners

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February 11, 2014, 03:58:41 AM
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Regarding http://pool.darkcoin.io/ are the payout schemes calculated ok after 15200? They seem way too low for the difficulties involved... before the whale thing etc, I averaged around a coin per hour now I'm waaayyy down to something like 0.1 per hour. Is it possible that the new diff scheme has messed up the pool share calculations?

Everything seems fine on this end, try restarting your miners

Done that, no useful change though. Averaging ~0.13 coins per hour with 100kh+ and the net hashrate was 400-600mh in this period, so the payout is too low compared to pre15200 standards.
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February 11, 2014, 04:06:13 AM
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100khash shouldn't generate more than a handful of coins a day anyways.

I'd like to thank eduffield and the other developers for this critically important evolution in virtual currency. DarkCoin is what bitcoin should have been. Some might call it "Bitcoin 2.0" but would do better by saying: "DarkCoin is digital cash." - Child Harold - February 28, 2014
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February 11, 2014, 04:10:33 AM
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100khash shouldn't generate more than a handful of coins a day anyways.

It did generate ~1 per hour prior to the whale though and with 400-600 MHs network hashrate for the hours post 15200, I don't think the payout should be like 1/8th - 1/10th of what I was getting (?). Seems anomalous so the only explanation I can think of is that the pool software being confused (?).
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February 11, 2014, 04:11:18 AM
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100khash shouldn't generate more than a handful of coins a day anyways.

It did generate ~1 per hour prior to the whale though and with 400-600 MHs network hashrate for the hours post 15200, I don't think the payout should be like 1/8th - 1/10th of what I was getting (?). Seems anomalous so the only explanation I can think of is that the pool software being confused (?).
there are more people running miners now than before the whale, so that would also make your payout go down

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February 11, 2014, 04:14:27 AM
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Could someone please tell me about the 2 guides for ec2/digital ocean?
Do you get some form of trial, or start paying per hour straightaway or something?
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February 11, 2014, 04:14:46 AM
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So KGW is working great, the fork went off with out a hitch and now we're whale proof! So I want to move on to the next topic. A few days ago I asked if we should open source the technology or not and the vast majority of you all want it to be open source, so we're going to do that. So, that being the case earlier today in #darkcoin we were discussing the anonymous technology (An improved variant of coinjoin built into the client) and we were brain storming names for it.

Since it's going to be opensource we want to brand it, if other coins add it the users will know where it came from. So we have these ideas, we want to do a sort of poll and see what everyone likes.

Please limit your reply to your favorite name for the technology:

DarkSend
DarkTransfer
DarkTwister
DarkXport
DarkTransit
DarkStep
DarkTrigger
Darkify
Darkifier
DarkForce
Darkoflage
Darkize
DarkShroud
DarkEncode
DarkPool
DarkPooling
DarkCipher
DarkJoin (as in based on CoinJoin)

(or if you think you have a better name, put that in the reply)


Thanks!




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February 11, 2014, 04:15:02 AM
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Could someone please tell me about the 2 guides for ec2/digital ocean?
Do you get some form of trial, or start paying per hour straightaway or something?
there are info in there for the trials as well as i recall

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February 11, 2014, 04:16:24 AM
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Network hash rate is around 1000 MH, so the payouts will be lower than before the whale visited us.
At least now we dont have to worry about pool hoppers, so only the people who believe in DRK should be actively mining.
I was pleasantly surprised that the expected selloff only went as low as .00016

We survived a whale attack, added gravity well, hardforked and now it should be smooth sailing for a while. I am at full speed on lottery pool. If you are new, try to join the pool with the smallest MH. That way we will end up with a nice balanced distribution across all the pools.

So, testnet release of new dark features and if DRKdev can implement the denomination restrictions and have the wallet do automatic low level transfers, we will all be part of history! I think we should wait until we get the dark features live before we push onto coinmarketcap, but maybe it is too late to stop the momentum.

Who is handling the PR? I think we can get a lot of mileage out of the upcoming features

James

P.S. Thanks to everyone who donated. This dolphin is back to full speed and I am glad to be part of the DRK team!

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February 11, 2014, 04:17:22 AM
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These are the top 3 hashers on cpu-pool.net (in kh/s):

1      pinwc4   111,345
2      Cheeto   67,640
3      Davidmatlock1   30,451

How is it that these 3 guys together have ~25% of the entire network hashrate? How are they even pulling that much?

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February 11, 2014, 04:17:48 AM
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So KGW is working great, the fork went off with out a hitch and now we're whale proof! So I want to move on to the next topic. A few days ago I asked if we should open source the technology or not and the vast majority of you all want it to be open source, so we're going to do that. So, that being the case earlier today in #darkcoin we were discussing the anonymous technology (An improved variant of coinjoin built into the client) and we were brain storming names for it.

Since it's going to be opensource we want to brand it, if other coins add it the users will know where it came from. So we have these ideas, we want to do a sort of poll and see what everyone likes.

Please limit your reply to your favorite name for the technology:

DarkSend
DarkTransfer
DarkTwister
DarkXport
DarkTransit
DarkStep
DarkTrigger
Darkify
Darkifier
DarkForce
Darkoflage
Darkize
DarkShroud
DarkEncode
DarkPool
DarkPooling
DarkCipher
DarkJoin (as in based on CoinJoin)

(or if you think you have a better name, put that in the reply)


Thanks!




DarkSpend or DarkCash

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February 11, 2014, 04:25:40 AM
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DARK TRANSFER for me, deffo.

I like the sound of DARK EXCHANGE too though.
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February 11, 2014, 04:26:06 AM
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Please limit your reply to your favorite name for the technology:

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DarkTransfer
DarkTwister
DarkXport
DarkTransit
DarkStep
DarkTrigger
Darkify
Darkifier
DarkForce
Darkoflage
Darkize
DarkShroud
DarkEncode
DarkPool
DarkPooling
DarkCipher
DarkJoin (as in based on CoinJoin)

DarkAnon

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February 11, 2014, 04:29:04 AM
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DarkCash

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