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Author Topic: [ANN][RIC] Riecoin: constellations POW *CPU* HARD FORK successful, world record  (Read 659937 times)
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February 12, 2014, 11:23:55 AM
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Why is that karma?  If I choose to spend money (just as you or anyone else can) to use VPS's to mine, why have I done something wrong?
Congrats by the way, you're lucky!
Well you and the other farm operators obviously expected to make some/many coins but now it kicks you in the butt because the diff rocketed in an extreme way and will continue to do so. Also in my experience VPS are almost never profitable and you'd do much better with one or many rootservers. (I pay 43€ per month for the i7 920, 3 cores of it get me 475000 knumbers/s, hetzner ftw)
The Karma thing was a joke, since luck means everything you could say that bad karma from being "greedy" ate up all your luck.
Well its been 8 hours running hard with 64 cores and all I have so far is a single orphan.   Huh
Is your miner set to --scantime 1?

what does that do exactly?
It tells your miner to check every second if there was a new block so you don't mine an orphan. Not sure if 1 is the best/most sane setting, can someone chime in?

Maybe you're right. Smiley But using large VPS farms for early mining on the right coins is nearly always profitable if you go hard, or I wouldn't do it.  Between XPM and MAX I think I probably made over 120 BTC at a cost of a few thousand dollars.  If you do it smart it's profitable, but this time it hasn't worked for me!

Holy shit. Now that's what you called ROI!  Wish I could share in your spoils but you probably wouldn't share.. or would you? I'm skilled enough with VPS, linux, etc to figure it out if you forward me a few tips!  I have bills to pay Sad

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February 12, 2014, 11:27:30 AM
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Edit: So far general consensus might be you need ~ 200 - 600 cores to find a block per 12h! WOW! I remember mining with laptop when XPM was released and still getting a block.

That must mean there is about 500'000 cores currently on the network supporting this coin.

That clearly cannot be just from random miners on this thread. Either someone has a massive > 100k machine botnet on this (why??), or there is a GPU miner that we don't know about.

Does anybody have a way to export the wallet addresses of each payout in the blockchain to excel and chart it so that we can see if they went to 1000's of distinct wallets (botnet) or to a few wallets (GPU miners).

Will try to do that later if it is not done by that time.

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February 12, 2014, 11:31:18 AM
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Really doubt it coin, support sha-256 algorithm Undecided
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February 12, 2014, 11:42:13 AM
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Holy shit. Now that's what you called ROI!  Wish I could share in your spoils but you probably wouldn't share.. or would you? I'm skilled enough with VPS, linux, etc to figure it out if you forward me a few tips!  I have bills to pay Sad


You, my friend, are providing a shameful display here. Screaming about viruses you appear more like some kind of crack addict desperate to get some of it "spoils" via SilkRoadv11.0.

If you really were skilled you would just hire an instance and let it mine. But the times of unlimited profits are now long gone. Crypto is dying on short/mid term, mostly also due to VPS and other mining services leaking too much fiat out of the system.

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February 12, 2014, 11:43:27 AM
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Edit: So far general consensus might be you need ~ 200 - 600 cores to find a block per 12h! WOW! I remember mining with laptop when XPM was released and still getting a block.

That must mean there is about 500'000 cores currently on the network supporting this coin.

That clearly cannot be just from random miners on this thread. Either someone has a massive > 100k machine botnet on this (why??), or there is a GPU miner that we don't know about.

Does anybody have a way to export the wallet addresses of each payout in the blockchain to excel and chart it so that we can see if they went to 1000's of distinct wallets (botnet) or to a few wallets (GPU miners).

Wasn't there another coin who was supposed to be cpu only and people mined the hell out of it with gpus Smiley)) ?

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February 12, 2014, 11:53:41 AM
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Holy shit. Now that's what you called ROI!  Wish I could share in your spoils but you probably wouldn't share.. or would you? I'm skilled enough with VPS, linux, etc to figure it out if you forward me a few tips!  I have bills to pay Sad


You, my friend, are providing a shameful display here. Screaming about viruses you appear more like some kind of crack addict desperate to get some of it "spoils" via SilkRoadv11.0.

If you really were skilled you would just hire an instance and let it mine. But the times of unlimited profits are now long gone. Crypto is dying on short/mid term, mostly also due to VPS and other mining services leaking too much fiat out of the system.

And your nick name is.. wait.. WHAT?

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February 12, 2014, 11:55:33 AM
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Probably more accurate for both us... Besides you seem like you are not particularly a millionaire so stop pretending to be one...

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February 12, 2014, 11:58:16 AM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
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February 12, 2014, 12:00:37 PM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
omg man, could you please tell us what hardware did you use to mine it? 100.000 cores? Smiley

7000 RIC = 140 blocks (50 ric worth), or maybe 300-500 blocks if to count in small reward. WAIT... OH SHI~

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February 12, 2014, 12:04:54 PM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
Seriously?  What mod did you make that we didn't see then?

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February 12, 2014, 12:05:12 PM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
omg man, could you please tell us what hardware did you use to mine it? 100.000 cores? Smiley

7000 RIC = 140 blocks (50 ric worth), or maybe 300-500 blocks if to count in small reward. WAIT... OH SHI~

probably mined with diff 0.00025

diff is everything


btw, what is the diff now?
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February 12, 2014, 12:06:44 PM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
omg man, could you please tell us what hardware did you use to mine it? 100.000 cores? Smiley

7000 RIC = 140 blocks (50 ric worth), or maybe 300-500 blocks if to count in small reward. WAIT... OH SHI~

Yup, I would also like to know. Was it using large instance VPS or just "something else" (GPU/botnet)?

If OP could provide some backing, it might positively influence the price (at least we know what kind of equipment is winning the most of RIE).

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February 12, 2014, 12:06:57 PM
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$ ./riecoind getwork
{
    "data" : "000000025a5a4ec9bdd1a1448b5ecf4adde29863b3bc16ba3eace4e7cd96d7fb7f6e3987b2e3aef f4e1f75c2612f16e87a7869523099c5bbea11ca568fc9d20981f80f7f0203110052fb63d0000000 0000000080000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000080020000",
    "diff" : "785",
    "primes" : 6
}

Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
omg man, could you please tell us what hardware did you use to mine it? 100.000 cores? Smiley

7000 RIC = 140 blocks (50 ric worth), or maybe 300-500 blocks if to count in small reward. WAIT... OH SHI~

probably mined with diff 0.00025

diff is everything


btw, what is the diff now?

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February 12, 2014, 12:08:15 PM
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So, one person having 7000 RIC while others using 300-500 cores have 10 RIC?Huh??
Sound like total BS here.
Where is the fair launch? Working pools?
I call fail on this one. I don't care what you might say, I say fail

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February 12, 2014, 12:09:20 PM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
omg man, could you please tell us what hardware did you use to mine it? 100.000 cores? Smiley

7000 RIC = 140 blocks (50 ric worth), or maybe 300-500 blocks if to count in small reward. WAIT... OH SHI~

probably mined with diff 0.00025

diff is everything


btw, what is the diff now?

where did you see such diff when block reward started to be different from zero?

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February 12, 2014, 12:11:10 PM
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#97758 Please add Riecoin
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Stefan Postma
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Please add support for Riecoin.

Launched this evening.

Jim
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Thank you for letting me know about this coin!
I have added your coin to the list of coins our develpoment team is
reviewing for addition to the cryptsy market.


Yeeh!
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February 12, 2014, 12:15:58 PM
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Pointless to solo unless you have access to at least 1000 cores pointed at a single wallet. Could really use a pool, shame it's not so simple to setup for this coin, perhaps we should have a bounty for a pool and we can all pitch in.

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February 12, 2014, 12:20:23 PM
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is there a place were u can view the blockchain?
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February 12, 2014, 12:24:23 PM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
omg man, could you please tell us what hardware did you use to mine it? 100.000 cores? Smiley

7000 RIC = 140 blocks (50 ric worth), or maybe 300-500 blocks if to count in small reward. WAIT... OH SHI~

probably mined with diff 0.00025

diff is everything


btw, what is the diff now?

Thats what most people are complaining about - there was no 0.x diff with the associated instamine.

Starting diff was 304, current diff is 785.  It was around 600 when the first blocks with coins started getting mined.
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February 12, 2014, 12:29:24 PM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers
omg man, could you please tell us what hardware did you use to mine it? 100.000 cores? Smiley

7000 RIC = 140 blocks (50 ric worth), or maybe 300-500 blocks if to count in small reward. WAIT... OH SHI~

probably mined with diff 0.00025

diff is everything


btw, what is the diff now?

Thats what most people are complaining about - there was no 0.x diff with the associated instamine.

Starting diff was 304, current diff is 785.  It was around 600 when the first blocks with coins started getting mined.

exactly - personally I like this point during the launch, but it's interesting to me what h\w is needed to get this number of RIC

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