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March 28, 2014, 05:11:36 AM
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this is the new stuff now...never tried it but the reviews says it is better than x1 and x16 risers, 3 feet length and thin wires, you can go creative on your setup with this.


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March 28, 2014, 06:00:14 AM
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Chinese translation Smiley
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=542421.0
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March 28, 2014, 06:08:22 AM
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Great! Keep us posted on the comments there Smiley
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March 28, 2014, 06:34:54 AM
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Yeah like mine right here
Those don't look like they are X16 riser cables - are you using X1 cables?
I have my GPU plugged into an X1 slot - works well and less costly cable,
possibly a little slower in loading new work (slightly lower hash rate).

They are x1 and I do get a slightly slower hash rate using them...but they are easily managed and cost less like you said

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March 28, 2014, 10:06:26 AM
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This is how I do the math (after showing my work here I now need to change the descriptions Tongue):

Find the maximum amount of CGA (if diff < 3) to come into existence (not counting bonus blocks):
1 month(30days) = 2,592,000 sec
2,592,000 sec / 40 sec blocks = 64,800 blocks per month
64,800 blocks per month x .33333333 per block = 21,599.999784 CGA per month
21,599.999784 CGA per month x 12 = 259,199.997408 CGA per year
100 years (if you live to 100) x 259,199.997408 CGA per year = 25,919,999.7408 CGA in a "lifetime"

Minimum amount of time to "mine out" CGA:
10 Billion CGA / 259,199.997408 CGA per year = 38,580.2472993827 years

So, if the difficulty for CGA never goes above 3 for 38,580.2472993827 years then CGA will be mined out. But this is very unlikely, the difficulty will rise in the first few years due to technology, making CGA more scarce and theoretically more valuable.

It'd be a good idea to include these numbers in OP...easier for people to wrap their minds around how rare CGA is. 

Rarity is one piece of the equation.  For CGA to go mainstream it'll need to be accepted by merchants who feel comfortable using miniscule fractions of a coin.  A small business owner may not be very comfortable accepting a currency with so many zeros to the right of the decimal point.  Imagine a minimum wage worker missing 1 or 2 zeros creating in a meaningful loss which can't be reversed.
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March 28, 2014, 01:29:19 PM
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March 28, 2014, 01:33:34 PM
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Hi all, sorry I haven't posted here recently. I've been very involved with CGA in the IRC, which I much prefer over a conventional forum. I wanted to give everyone a reminder: If you mined on http://cga.inceptioncraft.net/mpos/ and have any coins left there, you must withdraw your coins by April 19, 2014. On April 20, 2014, any remaining coins will be put into a community bounty pot that I am setting up. I posted on March 19, 2014 saying that this would happen on April 19 (here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=437950.msg5797416#msg5797416), and there are still 60.55846185 CGA on there that belong to miners. I will emailing everyone that has 1 or more CGA on the pool soon as a final reminder.

I have plans to open a PPLNS pool back up when I have more time, but my priority now is running a supernode, block explorer, and programming new fork protections and utilities for CGA right now.
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March 28, 2014, 01:42:14 PM
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Thanks for all the replies,

i have it up and running now with all the help i received. not hashing very much as my card runs pretty hot so i am at about 25% potential but i am hoping to get hold of some other cards. what would be the best bet to go with mining this coin if i was to decide to invest in some hardware?
If your card runs hot but is not getting much hash rate then see if you can lower the clock rates (which is what impacts the heat) and check what the max "Intensity" is that you can run it at without getting errors. For me, that was --I 11
but your card may need different settings for keeping HW=0
Note that it is also important to set the correct number of "shaders"
and you can play with the the other nrs that I listed in an earlier post - I chose the settings based on getting the max nr of WU (Work Units)
as well as high hash rate while keeping the card not hotter than 75 deg C.
I left the PC case open to allow the card's fan to suck in ambient air instead of the already hot air inside a case - I know of people setting up a floor fan to send cooler air towards the PC as well. Most dedicated mining rigs do not have a case at all, just a motherboard, power supply and a "riser" cable for each GPU so they can be spread out to draw more air. All in a crate or open frame.


Yeah like mine right here



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March 28, 2014, 06:03:24 PM
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New MuCoWa version 1.3.1 is available and fixes issues with CGA getting synced.

http://mucowa.com/download.php
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March 28, 2014, 06:34:52 PM
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In my opinion, the idea of giving most coins to the investors, instead of miners, is just plain stupid. This is not the proper way to distribute a currency. It is not fair.

This guy is copy pasting nonsense from other threads to build his post count. Will probably try to scam somebody later.

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March 28, 2014, 06:46:37 PM
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In my opinion, the idea of giving most coins to the investors, instead of miners, is just plain stupid. This is not the proper way to distribute a currency. It is not fair.

This guy is copy pasting nonsense from other threads to build his post count. Will probably try to scam somebody later.

Ya that doesn't make sense when applied to CGA (since all the CGA is mined first).... WTF

Edit: check this one out: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=428589.msg5953659#msg5953659
seems familiar: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=437950.msg4825545#msg4825545

Edit2: DELETED! lol

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March 28, 2014, 06:53:49 PM
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My CGA pool is reopened and running the newest version of MPOS, featuring a new theme! I have put the fee back at 1%, but the profits will be going into a CGA community bounty pot that I have been hinting at here and there. More info on that coming soon.

New pool URL: http://cga.inceptioncraft.net/pool/
Stratum URL:  stratum+tcp://cga.inceptioncraft.net:3333
Payout system: PPLNS (ONLY CGA pool with PPLNS!)
Fee: 1%
Donation: None required, but very much appreciated.

For support requests, I highly recommend you message me on BitcoinTalk or find me in #cganomaly on freenode for the fastest response. I may take a while to respond to emails, so please try BitcoinTalk messages and the IRC channel first.

If you mined on the old MPOS pool, your username and worker name will transfer over and can be used immediately. However, your balances will NOT, and you must withdraw them from the old pool (http://cga.inceptioncraft.net/mpos/) before April 19, 2014 if you wish to keep them. On April 19, 2014, I will be transferring the remaining funds from the old pool to a wallet for funding the future growth of CGA and bounties for community work. If you had over 1 CGA there, I'll be emailing you as well.
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March 29, 2014, 01:26:27 AM
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In my opinion, the idea of giving most coins to the investors, instead of miners, is just plain stupid. This is not the proper way to distribute a currency. It is not fair.
This guy is copy pasting nonsense from other threads to build his post count. Will probably try to scam somebody later.
He was probably confusing CGA with XSV or other "mail drop" coin of recently.

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March 29, 2014, 01:30:04 AM
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In my opinion, the idea of giving most coins to the investors, instead of miners, is just plain stupid. This is not the proper way to distribute a currency. It is not fair.

This guy is copy pasting nonsense from other threads to build his post count. Will probably try to scam somebody later.

I was wondering about the disembodied message lol

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March 29, 2014, 03:22:32 AM
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why so ba price on CGA now? ;x

yolo
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March 29, 2014, 09:44:27 AM
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CGA is rising in value again..  Cheesy
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March 29, 2014, 10:41:50 AM
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Wow thanks man! that's awesome:D
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March 29, 2014, 10:57:20 AM
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cga is up 95.74 % today slowly rising back  Grin
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March 29, 2014, 01:51:13 PM
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Price seems to rise steadily.

Edit: Looks like a few are desperate to bring the price down at Poloniex. When the going price is around 0.0045, he/she/they sell it at 0.003.
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March 29, 2014, 03:51:17 PM
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I really love the Chinese version of CGA.. looks awesome   Grin
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