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Author Topic: ⚒[CGA] Cryptographic Anomaly - The Elusive Coin⚒  (Read 224577 times)
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March 06, 2014, 10:28:41 AM
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CGA in marketing promotion and publicity is not good enough to do Sad

CGA-brand is doing very well.. this coin will eventually be there for the long run and will be implemented slowly.. other coins like ultra coin or flappy are marketed a lot and the only outcome is the pump and dumping of it...

CGA doesn't need pump and dumps in order to achieve high value... thereby exchanges like cryptsy are wrong accepting votes and donations for coins.. they should pick coins FOR the customers. Only thing crypts wants is high volume for 3 days, mostly because of big dumps ...



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March 06, 2014, 12:41:40 PM
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There is a bug in the new version 1.2.1.1 that prevents the block reward system to switch to the new algorithm "reward = 1/diff". This is NOT fatal, everything works fine! tf2honeybadger and I investigated and found the cause of it. This will not cause any forks or other issues, it just delays the switching.

Please stay tuned for sawedoff's or tf2honeybadger's statement, they might consider making an update of the client.
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March 06, 2014, 01:10:30 PM
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I'm mining in the p2pool anomalypool. The graph in the p2pool site shows certain payments but do not see them in my wallet. About 25 minutes ago, the graph shows around 0.04 CGA but I did not receive this in my wallet. 15 minutes ago, graph shows around 0.03 CGA and I received 0.029 CGA. 10 minutes ago, graph shows around 0.08 CGA and have not received anything in my wallet. Can someone please explain what is happening here. I don't want to get confused more.

Edit: About a minute ago, I see 0.06 CGA and nothing received in my wallet. Are these orphans?

Edit 2: Can someone explain the two graphs listed for each miner? I understand the first graph is the miner's hash rate. What is the 2nd graph for?
What's your CGA address?

I do get payouts from this pool on regular bases. Anyone has the same problem?

My CGA address is ASQsnoFdwRj96McZ97wyfY4ua2Regi6yMH
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March 06, 2014, 02:08:37 PM
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March 06, 2014, 02:09:08 PM
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Very interesting and unusual coin.
Dont understand why all pools show average 600% block percentage ?
It means 6 times less block finding probability than expected

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March 06, 2014, 02:18:15 PM
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Very interesting and unusual coin.
Dont understand why all pools show average 600% block percentage ?
It means 6 times less block finding probability than expected
This is because MPOS doesn't count 0-reward-blocks as "found ones", MPOS only counts blocks with reward.
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March 06, 2014, 02:23:04 PM
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Very interesting and unusual coin.
Dont understand why all pools show average 600% block percentage ?
It means 6 times less block finding probability than expected
This is because MPOS doesn't count 0-reward-blocks as "found ones", MPOS only counts blocks with reward.

OK.
then lets look at
http://mpos.cga.anomalypool.com

Total net hashrate is 296, pool hashrate is 186.
Pool has 62% hashrate.

Looking at found block  list :
48235
48240
48243
48276
48279
48291

Block are found by pool very rarely.
What about block 48280..28290 ? Who found them ?
Are they zero rewarded and not displayed at all ?

I'm just trying estimate average reward per block.

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March 06, 2014, 02:39:12 PM
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Very interesting and unusual coin.
Dont understand why all pools show average 600% block percentage ?
It means 6 times less block finding probability than expected
This is because MPOS doesn't count 0-reward-blocks as "found ones", MPOS only counts blocks with reward.

OK.
then lets look at
http://mpos.cga.anomalypool.com

Total net hashrate is 296, pool hashrate is 186.
Pool has 62% hashrate.

Looking at found block  list :
48235
48240
48243
48276
48279
48291

Block are found by pool very rarely.
What about block 48280..28290 ? Who found them ?
Are they zero rewarded and not displayed at all ?

I'm just trying estimate average reward per block.


Take a look at http://node1.cga.anomalypool.com:2760/chain/CryptographicAnomaly?count=100&hi=48322 and you'll see that between block 48280 and 48290 there was only 1 block with a reward, this one: http://node1.cga.anomalypool.com:2760/block/3eed141d5b1f7c0f77eb29d1546c67c5fbb09e394592bdc7186c4969c5687e85

This block was mined by another pool (or solo miner), because the receiving address is not a match with mpos.cga.anomalypool.com
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March 06, 2014, 03:23:47 PM
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Take a look at http://node1.cga.anomalypool.com:2760/chain/CryptographicAnomaly?count=100&hi=48322 and you'll see that between block 48280 and 48290 there was only 1 block with a reward, this one: http://node1.cga.anomalypool.com:2760/block/3eed141d5b1f7c0f77eb29d1546c67c5fbb09e394592bdc7186c4969c5687e85

This block was mined by another pool (or solo miner), because the receiving address is not a match with mpos.cga.anomalypool.com

Is this address a pool or what is going on? 70 CGA past 12 hours?  Shocked

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March 06, 2014, 03:46:33 PM
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I'm mining in the p2pool anomalypool. The graph in the p2pool site shows certain payments but do not see them in my wallet. About 25 minutes ago, the graph shows around 0.04 CGA but I did not receive this in my wallet. 15 minutes ago, graph shows around 0.03 CGA and I received 0.029 CGA. 10 minutes ago, graph shows around 0.08 CGA and have not received anything in my wallet. Can someone please explain what is happening here. I don't want to get confused more.

Edit: About a minute ago, I see 0.06 CGA and nothing received in my wallet. Are these orphans?

Edit 2: Can someone explain the two graphs listed for each miner? I understand the first graph is the miner's hash rate. What is the 2nd graph for?
What's your CGA address?

I do get payouts from this pool on regular bases. Anyone has the same problem?

Yeah, I do. My received my last payment 9 hours ago at 1:43 am EST, which is wrong because I've been mining for 7 of those hours. The payments have been getting less and less frequent in recent memory, but the gaps of time between them really started to get huge around 3 days ago.

Btw, my address is AFnYPruQpNqzi4UEquWPmA4vV2xf6gNGa1 .

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March 06, 2014, 05:51:44 PM
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Yeah, I do. My received my last payment 9 hours ago at 1:43 am EST, which is wrong because I've been mining for 7 of those hours. The payments have been getting less and less frequent in recent memory, but the gaps of time between them really started to get huge around 3 days ago.

Btw, my address is AFnYPruQpNqzi4UEquWPmA4vV2xf6gNGa1 .

This is explainable, since the pool has suffered a rapid hashrate loss in the last 24 hours. Unfortunately I cannot find any lead in the logs to this behaviour. I'll investigate a little further, maybe there are some other miners with the same problem, providing more details?

I can only advice to mine some time at another pool and see if you get better payouts.
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March 06, 2014, 05:56:30 PM
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Yeah, I do. My received my last payment 9 hours ago at 1:43 am EST, which is wrong because I've been mining for 7 of those hours. The payments have been getting less and less frequent in recent memory, but the gaps of time between them really started to get huge around 3 days ago.

Btw, my address is AFnYPruQpNqzi4UEquWPmA4vV2xf6gNGa1 .

This is explainable, since the pool has suffered a rapid hashrate loss in the last 24 hours. Unfortunately I cannot find any lead in the logs to this behaviour. I'll investigate a little further, maybe there are some other miners with the same problem, providing more details?

I can only advice to mine some time at another pool and see if you get better payouts.
If you need any screen shots to help in the investigation, I can send it to you.

Are the other 2 p2pools updated. I see very less activity there.
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March 06, 2014, 08:40:04 PM
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There is a bug in the new version 1.2.1.1 that prevents the block reward system to switch to the new algorithm "reward = 1/diff". This is NOT fatal, everything works fine! tf2honeybadger and I investigated and found the cause of it. This will not cause any forks or other issues, it just delays the switching.

Please stay tuned for sawedoff's or tf2honeybadger's statement, they might consider making an update of the client.

This is all correct. We have identified the bug and I will release a new update as soon as I properly test the fix. I will also be adding the new logo into the update.

So for now vote for the new logo.

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March 07, 2014, 03:26:20 AM
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This coin is really starting to kick my rigs ass  Grin  The value should be going up pretty good now, or so I would presume.
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March 07, 2014, 03:35:08 AM
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great coin , i was out for a while , what caused price to increase recently ??
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March 07, 2014, 04:02:29 AM
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great coin , i was out for a while , what caused price to increase recently ??

Folks finally realizing what a kickass coin it is?

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March 07, 2014, 05:42:37 AM
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I bought some on Poloniex the other day as that is where I discovered it in the POLONIEX TROLLBOX lol. The trolls were saying buy CGA! BUY CGA !and as I am a noob trader I did and am holding it because I think this coin will be really huge one day, well I already think it is as the value is very high. Smiley I made a blog post today about it too.
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March 07, 2014, 06:07:55 AM
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I bought some on Poloniex the other day as that is where I discovered it in the POLONIEX TROLLBOX lol. The trolls were saying buy CGA! BUY CGA !and as I am a noob trader I did and am holding it because I think this coin will be really huge one day, well I already think it is as the value is very high. Smiley I made a blog post today about it too.
Nice!

Want to share your blog post with us?

If you need any screen shots to help in the investigation, I can send it to you.

Are the other 2 p2pools updated. I see very less activity there.
Screenshot not needed, thanks for the offer! I have your address so I see everything you see Smiley The other p2pools are updated and should work properly, though I'd suggest using http://cga.p2p.0x0a.nl:23932/static/

How long will the voting be open?
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March 07, 2014, 06:10:37 AM
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You missed an "x" in your topic tittle. Is it exclusive coin?
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March 07, 2014, 06:14:02 AM
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You missed an "x" in your topic tittle. Is it exclusive coin?
Acutally "elusive" is just right, because of the block reward's appearance.

/E: Guys, vote this up: http://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/1zslor/bitbillions_online_introduces_cryptographic/
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