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Author Topic: [ANN][AUR] Auroracoin - a cryptocurrency for Iceland  (Read 492935 times)
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February 09, 2014, 11:39:28 PM
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The coins are stored in 21 addresses, 500,000 coins in each. As the airdrop progresses coins from an address will be added to a hot wallet on the dispensing server. You will be able to monitor these addresses as soon as there is a block explorer available. Someone should make a block explorer.

These are the addresses:
AJgZfkqagmjajiB5pbAuXfh7yG9M5iMY9v
APjdUEiCX2VfXRsh1BNRDXUbjMsTjXMyCT
AKcofzy2QjT6U3L2ekqyTrDuc3GS4tZR1e
AYJWvKESbRoRt8krm5bZNiVqc2DhPx5eBP
AVqRJTCPAR5hP1dbwhNcYX83UDiMFNi8pE
ATk5sZMnfUq6brhawaUvb2TUJ5JGBiT5UT
AdSJSDKvAkNLNXT6BgqgghkVm13UwuMFv6
ALbfJXCQZEvedBGg1J5a8hSga5aHcVh2WZ
AH4iAPn5Custyzm4tak6By2iyPmUARVF28
AFvV2BpTD5FGESFDww9dGHsHdpu1RDpryj
AVpwukHqGch8Wyyf1vxCD74UVfwwMSoE4u
ASJWxLQ7ZyJs3b6BnyyrFZbVKZCLGeqt4f
AYQwvfpHHZhKLHmCVnVd6H2PiKtbB5rsHU
AW9FLMGEz7Gfn4yVc2rUi1fdDi9Us36tYq
AXdiVGBWUtQbbXUHoKa6z3x3QMY79f6ZNR
APsjgVJPAtCorTjL2tLNB57RdCqKRJbKF6
AXif7x3dvukyVf8WnpiDrPTRmFzzpHJWbv
ARuirTGMuHcj5GgRgvHjJanrKjUwAujbPk
Aei22bhuXAJDuBtFt9o6Nx1QD2r73o7NcE
AL7nAQ8w88Hwff7uKSnThyhqgLCSxW9Zyv
AXkTQuECcpF7DoPzRhq8gyk6tyvnrEM8G8

Auroracoin! AZUyZG3bb9scXKeZoEQ27RE5xXbwtWYQEm
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February 09, 2014, 11:46:14 PM
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So is the difficulty going to drop drastically? Why does my pool say current difficulty 29 and next difficulty change in a whopping 700+ blocks is expected to be around 2?
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February 09, 2014, 11:47:23 PM
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So is the difficulty going to drop drastically? Why does my pool say current difficulty 29 and next difficulty change in a whopping 700+ blocks is expected to be around 2?

The pool is not displaying the estimate correctly. Diff has been going up constantly no matter what the estimate for the next diff says.
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February 09, 2014, 11:50:43 PM
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Thanks for the clarification.
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February 10, 2014, 12:14:14 AM
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Looking to sell 5 AUR.  Please PM me with offer. Thanks!
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February 10, 2014, 01:24:15 AM
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Just opened a new Auroracoin Pool 1% fee - http://aur.scrypthp.com Need more miners please join Smiley

MPOS 1% fee on secure fast system.

→→MPOS POOLS ON SUPERFAST SECURE SERVERS!←←
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February 10, 2014, 02:24:34 AM
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So is the difficulty going to drop drastically? Why does my pool say current difficulty 29 and next difficulty change in a whopping 700+ blocks is expected to be around 2?

The pool is not displaying the estimate correctly. Diff has been going up constantly no matter what the estimate for the next diff says.

Here's the actual difficulty values (stored in the blockchain) from around the last 48 hours.

Pool estimates are way off, possibly because the retarget period is set incorrectly (it appears to be 8 blocks)

26.64692933
17.76461955
25.69929138
28.44285307
18.96190205
15.61455041
23.42182561
32.25042243
34.39282991
28.04719068
32.61303397
33.57843226
50.36764838
33.57843226
31.4982793
37.95932774
30.43345602
45.65022544
41.25803239
52.43291559
34.95527706
42.57430918
40.1487544
36.44368561
48.57817929
32.38545286
41.29926716
27.53286737
18.35525495
27.53291255
26.06668251
18.76426449
28.14642821
41.17742636


Average of these numbers is 32.48744
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February 10, 2014, 02:44:23 AM
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So is the difficulty going to drop drastically? Why does my pool say current difficulty 29 and next difficulty change in a whopping 700+ blocks is expected to be around 2?

The pool is not displaying the estimate correctly. Diff has been going up constantly no matter what the estimate for the next diff says.

Here's the actual difficulty values (stored in the blockchain) from around the last 48 hours.

Pool estimates are way off, possibly because the retarget period is set incorrectly (it appears to be 8 blocks)

26.64692933
17.76461955
25.69929138
28.44285307
18.96190205
15.61455041
23.42182561
32.25042243
34.39282991
28.04719068
32.61303397
33.57843226
50.36764838
33.57843226
31.4982793
37.95932774
30.43345602
45.65022544
41.25803239
52.43291559
34.95527706
42.57430918
40.1487544
36.44368561
48.57817929
32.38545286
41.29926716
27.53286737
18.35525495
27.53291255
26.06668251
18.76426449
28.14642821
41.17742636


Average of these numbers is 32.48744

https://github.com/baldurodinsson/auroracoin-project/blob/56e7650690dec94389992cb058e96d8739d253c7/src/main.cpp#L842
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February 10, 2014, 03:16:29 AM
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Selling 200 AUR for 2 BTC.    PM me if interested.



Mine with us at

https://aur.cryptoculture.net

Only AUR pool with SSL and DDOS protection.

Cryptoculture Mining Pools - http://cryptoculture.net      Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/cryptoculture
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February 10, 2014, 03:23:05 AM
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Giving away 0% fee for first block finder in new pool - http://aur.scrypthp.com

Sign up and message me your username here and if you find a block you'll have 0% fee for life at http://aur.scrypthp.com

MPOS on superfast secure server!

→→MPOS POOLS ON SUPERFAST SECURE SERVERS!←←
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February 10, 2014, 05:12:10 AM
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We could use some more miners over at.

https://aur.cryptoculture.net


Keep the network decentrailzed.



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February 10, 2014, 08:20:36 AM
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no new orphans on aur.cryptoculture.net since Feb 8... it looks like we're in the clear.
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February 10, 2014, 10:01:05 AM
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I really love this idea and the potential here. I moved my miners though due to the fact that there is no block explorer yet. This is key in gaining the trust of miners, whom are gonna be needed for the network if all goes as planned by balduro. I get that there is not an emphasis on promoting it for exchanges and all that, but at the very least we need some foundation to stand on.
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February 10, 2014, 12:23:19 PM
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Update: I received a message from https://aur.cryptoculture.net, the pool was under DDoS, maybe it becomes better now.
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February 10, 2014, 12:37:44 PM
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Update: I received a message from https://aur.cryptoculture.net, the pool was under DDoS, maybe it becomes better now.


Thanks for the update.  Everything working smooth.

If you guys have any suggestions we have a forums at ....   http://support.cryptoculture.net



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February 10, 2014, 01:15:08 PM
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Anyone familiar with http://ex.nintencoin.com/?

Looks like it could be the first exchange for both coinye and auroracoin.
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February 10, 2014, 01:39:51 PM
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Alright, this is what I was talking about before.   Notice this pool is reporting a false hashrate to lure miners to there pool.   There is NO WAY the pool is mining at a hashrate greater than the entire network




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February 10, 2014, 02:41:19 PM
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selling 450AUR rate 100AUR = 1.0BTC if 100AUR or more then 0.9BTC for 100AUR if whole 450AUR then 0.8BTC for 100AUR, anyone interested PM me, minimum transaction 10AUR for 0.1BTC
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February 10, 2014, 03:24:54 PM
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I call on whoever is operating http://aur.pool-a.net to help those users that are locked out of their accounts.

Until the issue is resolved I must recommend users mine in the other pools.
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February 10, 2014, 03:34:49 PM
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I call on whoever is operating http://aur.pool-a.net to help those users that are locked out of their accounts.

Do you know how many users are affected by this, and why they are locked out?

I'm currently mining via that pool without problems but obviously this concerns me.

KOI/COYE: 5eFMV3xc46Kb62pjNJDkb2j7sFxhnaud3L
AUR: AaTcMBRoBHD7i48bLaE8QZXF3smF1bSwk9
MOON: 2JWdEG6RHwZq8edB4iLJ4F8HT782eP3gYe
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