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March 18, 2014, 09:55:37 AM
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Added more goodies to the website! Including a twitter and reddit feed. I also implemented something a little fancy on the logo curtsey of the logo designer (XCessive). A facebook like button will come soon.

This!. There are some dark times coming in , with the price of bitcoin tanking again and only the better alts out there will survive a real drop.


I agree, I think we already see the first signs of a crypto currency stagnation. Entering a phase of a market characterized by cut-throat competition before returning to a groth market. In my opinion this is long overdue.

Stagnation would be good. I fear something far worse , but i do hope it's just fear , nothing serious.

Now as you mention it, yes, this could be far worse. The altcoins are like the new printing press of goverment controled FIAT money, this could cause the first crypto currency economic depression. The aftermath would be serious, but maybe healthy to the bloated (mainly alt)coin economy.

I liked the comparison.
Bitcoin was supposed to stop the money printing madness.
But it has proven that , although you can't print more bitcoins , you can always print an enormous amount of bitcoin 2 , bitcoin 3 and bitcoin 4.

Well , we human always find a way to f*** up everything.

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March 18, 2014, 10:12:23 AM
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Please keep voting here too, coinedup will get us on coinwarz I think, which would be awesome..
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March 18, 2014, 01:03:22 PM
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I love the logo...symbol

It's like a big fist sticking you up the ass...VERY appropriate for this shit coin




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March 18, 2014, 03:16:17 PM
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Please keep voting here too, coinedup will get us on coinwarz I think, which would be awesome..


    
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March 18, 2014, 04:31:01 PM
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I love the logo...symbol

It's like a big fist sticking you up the ass...VERY appropriate for this shit coin





Why the hate?  Which coin do you like?

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March 18, 2014, 04:36:41 PM
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I need some help..
Why are people selling CGA at such low prices when there are other coins that are more easily mined?
It makes no sense to me....I have been buying like there is no tomorrow Smiley

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March 18, 2014, 04:49:52 PM
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I need some help..
Why are people selling CGA at such low prices when there are other coins that are more easily mined?
It makes no sense to me....I have been buying like there is no tomorrow Smiley


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March 18, 2014, 04:53:03 PM
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Added more goodies to the website! Including a twitter and reddit feed. I also implemented something a little fancy on the logo curtsey of the logo designer (XCessive). A facebook like button will come soon.

This!. There are some dark times coming in , with the price of bitcoin tanking again and only the better alts out there will survive a real drop.


I agree, I think we already see the first signs of a crypto currency stagnation. Entering a phase of a market characterized by cut-throat competition before returning to a groth market. In my opinion this is long overdue.

Stagnation would be good. I fear something far worse , but i do hope it's just fear , nothing serious.

Now as you mention it, yes, this could be far worse. The altcoins are like the new printing press of goverment controled FIAT money, this could cause the first crypto currency economic depression. The aftermath would be serious, but maybe healthy to the bloated (mainly alt)coin economy.

I liked the comparison.
Bitcoin was supposed to stop the money printing madness.
But it has proven that , although you can't print more bitcoins , you can always print an enormous amount of bitcoin 2 , bitcoin 3 and bitcoin 4.

Well , we human always find a way to f*** up everything.

Very true

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March 18, 2014, 05:39:14 PM
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Tom and Jerry on poloniex Grin Grin Grin
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March 18, 2014, 06:25:07 PM
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Less than an hour away from finding block 64,000 (we are now at 63,947 and we find approx 1 block every 67 sec, about 55 blocks per hour)
So then we will finally see *every* block found on the pools (until now, all zero-rewards blocks were ignored by the pool software)
So we will suddenly see the block-finding rate on the pools jump up with evey block found now carrying a reward.
Hopefully, also a reduction in diff swings and the average block finding time, due to the more constant Network Hashing rate (no more switching pools). we'll see!

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
TransferWise: International money transfer for 1%fee        Doge to the moon! D9FGY7Bhwbj2jrnk7v8VR47HTu7vfVu1gV         Nut2pools and Steadymining
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March 18, 2014, 06:50:44 PM
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Less than an hour away from finding block 64,000 (we are now at 63,947 and we find approx 1 block every 67 sec, about 55 blocks per hour)
So then we will finally see *every* block found on the pools (until now, all zero-rewards blocks were ignored by the pool software)
So we will suddenly see the block-finding rate on the pools jump up with evey block found now carrying a reward.
Hopefully, also a reduction in diff swings and the average block finding time, due to the more constant Network Hashing rate (no more switching pools). we'll see!

Crossing fingers

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March 18, 2014, 07:16:01 PM
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Less than an hour away from finding block 64,000 (we are now at 63,947 and we find approx 1 block every 67 sec, about 55 blocks per hour)
So then we will finally see *every* block found on the pools (until now, all zero-rewards blocks were ignored by the pool software)
So we will suddenly see the block-finding rate on the pools jump up with evey block found now carrying a reward.
Hopefully, also a reduction in diff swings and the average block finding time, due to the more constant Network Hashing rate (no more switching pools). we'll see!

Crossing fingers

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March 18, 2014, 07:18:25 PM
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Come join us!

  • Hosted in Canada
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  • 1% Fee
  • Transaction Fees Paid to Miners
  • No Signup Required
  • Payouts Directly to Wallet
  • Unique P2Pool Frontend

Just came online! Thanks for the source

Very nice! I added it to the OP and website. Quick question: Does your pool use stratum? If not I highly recommend it.

Yes it does. It'll automatically use stratum using the given URL Smiley

Canadian P2Pools: http://omargpools.ca/
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March 18, 2014, 07:20:57 PM
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Come join us!

  • Hosted in Canada
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  • No Signup Required
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  • Unique P2Pool Frontend

Just came online! Thanks for the source

Very nice! I added it to the OP and website. Quick question: Does your pool use stratum? If not I highly recommend it.

Yes it does. It'll automatically use stratum using the given URL Smiley

Great!

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March 18, 2014, 07:38:50 PM
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We are there! Has anyone forked? I really hope not!

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March 18, 2014, 09:01:27 PM
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Everything seems to be going smoothly! Also, seems Coinwarz has added Poloniex support. I'm not saying spam their inbox.... but I'm not not saying it either...

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March 18, 2014, 09:05:57 PM
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We are there! Has anyone forked? I really hope not!

good good good excellent all at the pool we already have 1/4 found/amount
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March 18, 2014, 09:38:16 PM
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We are there! Has anyone forked? I really hope not!
good good good excellent all at the pool we already have 1/4 found/amount
Ever since passin block 64k I see the following:
- about 3 times more blocks found reported on pools (which previously ignored zero-reward blocks) (this is expected)
- I see many blocks being rewarded 0.33 CGA, but there seems to be *no* relation to the difficulty of that block!
Several blocks have very low difficulty (1.11 or 1.16 or 1.60) and have a *lower* reward (0.23, 0.22, 0.16)
while I also see blocks found with diff larger than 3 which *do* have 0.33 rewards!
It appears that the reward is not calculated from the actual diff at the moment of block finding, or the pool is mis-reporting it?

So, I went to the block explorer and checked one suspect: block 64090:
difficulty  1.10575869
TX Value  0.22609161
Oh-oh...

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
TransferWise: International money transfer for 1%fee        Doge to the moon! D9FGY7Bhwbj2jrnk7v8VR47HTu7vfVu1gV         Nut2pools and Steadymining
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March 18, 2014, 09:52:35 PM
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We are there! Has anyone forked? I really hope not!
good good good excellent all at the pool we already have 1/4 found/amount
Ever since passin block 64k I see the following:
- about 3 times more blocks found reported on pools (which previously ignored zero-reward blocks) (this is expected)
- I see many blocks being rewarded 0.33 CGA, but there seems to be *no* relation to the difficulty of that block!
Several blocks have very low difficulty (1.11 or 1.16 or 1.60) and have a *lower* reward (0.23, 0.22, 0.16)
while I also see blocks found with diff larger than 3 which *do* have 0.33 rewards!
It appears that the reward is not calculated from the actual diff at the moment of block finding, or the pool is mis-reporting it?

So, I went to the block explorer and checked one suspect: block 64090:
difficulty  1.10575869
TX Value  0.22609161
Oh-oh...

Block Time: 40 seconds
Difficulty Refresh: 80 seconds/2 blocks
1/diff next 2 block
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March 18, 2014, 10:00:33 PM
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We are there! Has anyone forked? I really hope not!
good good good excellent all at the pool we already have 1/4 found/amount
Ever since passin block 64k I see the following:
- about 3 times more blocks found reported on pools (which previously ignored zero-reward blocks) (this is expected)
- I see many blocks being rewarded 0.33 CGA, but there seems to be *no* relation to the difficulty of that block!
Several blocks have very low difficulty (1.11 or 1.16 or 1.60) and have a *lower* reward (0.23, 0.22, 0.16)
while I also see blocks found with diff larger than 3 which *do* have 0.33 rewards!
It appears that the reward is not calculated from the actual diff at the moment of block finding, or the pool is mis-reporting it?

So, I went to the block explorer and checked one suspect: block 64090:
difficulty  1.10575869
TX Value  0.22609161
Oh-oh...

Block Time: 40 seconds
Difficulty Refresh: 80 seconds/2 blocks
1/diff next 2 block
Ya the diff will reflect the next block not the current one... I'm not sure how to change such a thing.

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