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April 10, 2014, 05:56:30 PM
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So I have been getting frustrated with how slow my computer is and how retarded Apple can be, so I changed gears and started making a paper wallet generator (well more like modifying the source from liteaddress.org, but why re-invent the wheel? Cheesy). I made some headway getting addresses and private keys to successfully pair up and I just finished adding the CGA paper wallet image. Here is a preview of the paper wallet:



EDIT: I still am having issues with the private keys Undecided The repo is here: https://github.com/s4w3d0ff/anomalygen if any one can get it to work it would help.

CGA FTW my man!

Actually false alarm... The private keys are working, I just needed to do a rescan. Just need to do a bit more testing and I will put the site up so you can start printing out those pretty paper wallets Cheesy i will be framing 1 CGA on my wall as a memento to how far we have come and what is to be accomplished in the future Wink

Why not make it 10?  Wink

Not everyone has 1000 CGA Wink

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April 10, 2014, 06:01:38 PM
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Actually false alarm... The private keys are working, I just needed to do a rescan. Just need to do a bit more testing and I will put the site up so you can start printing out those pretty paper wallets Cheesy i will be framing 1 CGA on my wall as a memento to how far we have come and what is to be accomplished in the future Wink

Why not make it 10?  Wink

Not everyone has 1000 CGA Wink

Check your balance https://cga.inceptioncraft.net/blockexplorer/tx/9861b35db77a0eb6d1028bc373b17bffb326327cb302db7f5d8b45d7180c372b#o0

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April 10, 2014, 07:45:39 PM
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Actually false alarm... The private keys are working, I just needed to do a rescan. Just need to do a bit more testing and I will put the site up so you can start printing out those pretty paper wallets Cheesy i will be framing 1 CGA on my wall as a memento to how far we have come and what is to be accomplished in the future Wink

Why not make it 10?  Wink

Not everyone has 1000 CGA Wink

Check your balance https://cga.inceptioncraft.net/blockexplorer/tx/9861b35db77a0eb6d1028bc373b17bffb326327cb302db7f5d8b45d7180c372b#o0
HAHA! I guess I will make it 10 then Wink thanks!

Update on paper wallets: I am now having issues with the compressed WIF key, still working on it, must of missed something minor in the code. Hopefully I can sort it all out soon, so we can start killing trees with CGA! Cheesy

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April 11, 2014, 08:07:25 AM
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The thread is pretty long. Anybody cares to tell me what makes this coin so good, besides the unknown scarcity?

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April 11, 2014, 08:20:30 AM
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The thread is pretty long. Anybody cares to tell me what makes this coin so good, besides the unknown scarcity?

Integration with a ground breaking MMORPG? Possibly not as susceptible to ASIC? Can be mined for generations to come? Is not just another pump and dump? No IPO involved? Active devs? No premine (ok so there was 8 CGA premine but they are all in the hands of the community)? Did I mention active devs??

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April 11, 2014, 09:52:56 AM
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The thread is pretty long. Anybody cares to tell me what makes this coin so good, besides the unknown scarcity?

Integration with a ground breaking MMORPG? Possibly not as susceptible to ASIC? Can be mined for generations to come? Is not just another pump and dump? No IPO involved? Active devs? No premine (ok so there was 8 CGA premine but they are all in the hands of the community)? Did I mention active devs??

Thanks Smiley

Any idea of the amount currently in circulation?

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April 11, 2014, 10:45:46 AM
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32500 or so CGA mined as of this morning

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April 11, 2014, 10:50:34 AM
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32500 or so CGA mined as of this morning

Interesting. Smiley

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April 11, 2014, 02:59:16 PM
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The thread is pretty long. Anybody cares to tell me what makes this coin so good, besides the unknown scarcity?

Integration with a ground breaking MMORPG? Possibly not as susceptible to ASIC? Can be mined for generations to come? Is not just another pump and dump? No IPO involved? Active devs? No premine (ok so there was 8 CGA premine but they are all in the hands of the community)? Did I mention active devs??
I agree with all of the above! Especially active devs, that's why I hold the coin for longterm anyway. Looking forward to CGA's bright future

DAT premine though Shocked

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April 11, 2014, 06:36:46 PM
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The thread is pretty long. Anybody cares to tell me what makes this coin so good, besides the unknown scarcity?
Integration with a ground breaking MMORPG? Possibly not as susceptible to ASIC? Can be mined for generations to come? Is not just another pump and dump? No IPO involved? Active devs? No premine (ok so there was 8 CGA premine but they are all in the hands of the community)? Did I mention active devs??
The latter is one of the reasons that I have been mining this coin since shortly after its launch. Looked into others (or going back to Doge) but said nah - Doge actually abandoned its random rewards, which made its mining somewhat exciting. So, CGA it is!

Edit: and, in contrast to many other coins - CGA latest wallet still allows CPU mining in the wallet itself, so that is another reason
for me to stay with CGA.

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April 11, 2014, 10:57:52 PM
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Anyone know why CGA is not appearing on coinmarketcap.com any more?
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April 11, 2014, 11:40:39 PM
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Anyone know why CGA is not appearing on coinmarketcap.com any more?
It is when you look at all coins instead of top 100, it is number 151 at time of writing
http://coinmarketcap.com/all.html
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April 12, 2014, 12:04:19 AM
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Anyone know why CGA is not appearing on coinmarketcap.com any more?

Low volume at the moment but partly because all our exchanges are not listed. I need to get in contact with them ans see if they can update it. But we are still on there.

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April 12, 2014, 07:32:46 AM
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Anyone know why CGA is not appearing on coinmarketcap.com any more?

Low volume at the moment but partly because all our exchanges are not listed. I need to get in contact with them ans see if they can update it. But we are still on there.

Would like to acquire some, but trading is too slow on Allcoin, so I'll move to poloniex Smiley

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April 13, 2014, 05:20:36 PM
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True CGA developers:

I suspect the ASIC resistance might prove somewhat true.  I know guys with the 250 meg titans coming in.  To my knowledge, you cannot "split" the hashing.  Correct me if I'm wrong, but especially when mining firepower dedicated to CGA is low, anybody dropping 250 meg onto CGA would pretty much burn themselves (granted, along with everybody else) with the payout system.

Mea culpa, but too busy working on rigs to truly read more today on CGA.

Things I don't understand.

1) Why even when mining levels remain consistent, difficulty tends to jump all over the board.  You could see a < 1 difficutly, then a 6, when hash power dedicated has not changed one iota.

2) when some block payouts, out of nowhere, are odd amounts, even on sub 3 difficulty, like ".15," or "2," not .33.  No time to look up the payouts charts to get exact numbers, but I will, if you don't understand what I'm saying. Smiley

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April 13, 2014, 06:30:05 PM
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True CGA developers:

I suspect the ASIC resistance might prove somewhat true.  I know guys with the 250 meg titans coming in.  To my knowledge, you cannot "split" the hashing.  Correct me if I'm wrong, but especially when mining firepower dedicated to CGA is low, anybody dropping 250 meg onto CGA would pretty much burn themselves (granted, along with everybody else) with the payout system.

Mea culpa, but too busy working on rigs to truly read more today on CGA.

Things I don't understand.

1) Why even when mining levels remain consistent, difficulty tends to jump all over the board.  You could see a < 1 difficutly, then a 6, when hash power dedicated has not changed one iota.

2) when some block payouts, out of nowhere, are odd amounts, even on sub 3 difficulty, like ".15," or "2," not .33.  No time to look up the payouts charts to get exact numbers, but I will, if you don't understand what I'm saying. Smiley

Excellent questions:

True, at first if a few titans were to jump into the CGA network it would pretty much "burn out" their rigs for almost no profit, but say that they jumped in not to make a 'quick profit', by dumping the mined coins immediately after mining and move on, but sat in the network for the "long haul", this would raise the difficulty significantly thus making less reward per block and making the CGA at hand more precious to the miners. We would probably see a boom in price per CGA, thus raising its profitability to mine. This has been proven to be the case, look at DOGE for example, they started very low in value (10-20 satoshi I believe) then all the miners started to jump into the network making the mining profitability of DOGE much less, which made the DOGE on hand more valuable, then the 'boom' happened and the price shot up to 300+ satoshi, thus making it one of the most profitable coins once again. I believe this is true for all coins and to run away from progress (ie. ASIC) is running away from your investment.

1) Difficulty isn't exactly directly effected by just the networkhash, the difficulty is determined by the time it takes to solve a number of blocks (in the case of CGA 2 blocks), the software will determine how long it has been between blocks and adjusts the difficulty to try and get close to the 'target time' for block solving (for CGA this is 40 sec). So if someone were to get lucky and solve a block 5 sec after the last block solved then the difficulty will spike, if it takes longer then 40 sec between blocks then the difficulty will drop, so it is more or less 'random' what the difficulty will be but the overall average is effected by the network hash rate. KGW and others are used to "smooth out" the difficulty jumps, but we have found that these have serious exploits and we feel we want to wait until a well tested version of the code is out before we make any changes.

2) Payouts (1/diff and .33333333) are effected by the previous block, not the current one. So if you see a block in the explorer that is worth .123... and the difficulty for that block is < 3 then look at the block before that one and you will see the difficulty that decided the reward for the current block. As for the blocks that claim higher then .33333333, most of the time you are seeing transactions within that block, sometimes (if it is just over .33333333) it is because of a transaction fee that was added to that block. The one thing I have yet to wrap my head around is the blocks that are worth 0, it is probably an integer overflow problem with the difficulty but all the clients seem to agree on the value of the block so it seem not to be a major problem. I have a fix in mind but it would require a hard fork and want to wait a bit before we do such a thing. Besides, it just adds to the 'elusive' factor of this coin so I am not complaining Tongue.

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April 13, 2014, 06:33:24 PM
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s4w3d0ff, thank you so much for the thoughtful and sensible and -quick- response. Smiley

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April 13, 2014, 08:31:20 PM
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Almost 1600 blocks to go and then we are at block 100,000 - this should take less than 18 hours with the designed 40 sec block finding time,
but due to the large swings in diff (from 0.6 to 16 without change in network hash rate) the actual average time is about a minute and so block 100k will be just over a day away...

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April 13, 2014, 08:41:09 PM
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Go to http://cganomaly.com/anomalygen/ to make a paper wallet like this one here:



Except yours will have a private key Wink

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April 13, 2014, 09:15:55 PM
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Almost 1600 blocks to go and then we are at block 100,000 - this should take less than 18 hours with the designed 40 sec block finding time,
but due to the large swings in diff (from 0.6 to 16 without change in network hash rate) the actual average time is about a minute and so block 100k will be just over a day away...

Pardon my ignorance for not reading the whole thread, what is happening at block 100,000? TY 

nothing Tongue

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