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Author Topic: [ANN][RIC] Riecoin: constellations POW *CPU* HARD FORK successful, world record  (Read 659828 times)
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February 12, 2014, 02:38:03 PM
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This will be one hell of a coin once we have some good pools to work with.
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February 12, 2014, 02:38:50 PM
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Selling 7000 RIC PM with offers


scam... i did not received, i checked my Reddcoin coin blockchain....

Bitcoin - 1NCmJ3hXLywaRHTsnm17rGkaJbjtbiKxZW
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February 12, 2014, 02:57:07 PM
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Miner won't compile (autogen fails and i've compiled qubit and max cpuminer on that machine), pre-compiled won't run, wallet did compile fine but got btc logo (really?) and did not sync even with official addnodes - not the best start -.-

Oh and Windows Miner is 32 bit, usually halfing the performance...
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February 12, 2014, 03:05:39 PM
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this is a moment to point out to greedy people ,

a coin new born just a day old,or not even good started , pffff, you got some luck and have some coins,Gratz,
selling it ; in my eyes greedy people if you want a coin to get some value dont sell it keep it treasure it on the long term ,


now your selling your coins as sample say 5000 for 0.001 btc thats in my eyes dumb and even dumber !  Wink

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February 12, 2014, 03:06:23 PM
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Something really smells about this coin... I've changed cpu-miner.c (work->primes = 6; -> work->primes = 4;) and started benchmarking using "./rminerd --benchmark -q -t 24" command, here are the results:
[2014-02-12 09:46:28] accepted: 6 in 2900 seconds
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Total: 820369 knumbers/s
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Expected average time to block: 0.578915
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] accepted: 6 in 2905 seconds

So, expected time to find block is 0.578915 but I've found only 6 blocks in 2905 seconds, that's ca 850 times worse than estimation! When coin was launched "Expected average time to block" was 6200 s on the same machine, i.e. 61 day if we scale it according to the benchmarking results. That's really insane.

I guess that only devs are using the real miner...

Any comments before I say some harsh words to devs and their "fair" coin?
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February 12, 2014, 03:06:36 PM
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Miner won't compile (autogen fails and i've compiled qubit and max cpuminer on that machine), pre-compiled won't run, wallet did compile fine but got btc logo (really?) and did not sync even with official addnodes - not the best start -.-

Oh and Windows Miner is 32 bit, usually halfing the performance...

sy , go to the website of riecon download the cpu miner works oke
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February 12, 2014, 03:07:37 PM
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Something really smells about this coin... I've changed cpu-miner.c (work->primes = 6; -> work->primes = 4;) and started benchmarking using "./rminerd --benchmark -q -t 24" command, here are the results:
[2014-02-12 09:46:28] accepted: 6 in 2900 seconds
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Total: 820369 knumbers/s
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Expected average time to block: 0.578915
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] accepted: 6 in 2905 seconds

So, expected time to find block is 0.578915 but I've found only 6 blocks in 2905 seconds, that's ca 850 times worse than estimation! When coin was launched "Expected average time to block" was 6200 s on the same machine, i.e. 61 day if we scale it according to the benchmarking results. That's really insane.

I guess that only devs are using the real miner...

Any comments before I say some harsh words to devs and their "fair" coin?


wel send me a copy of that miner < windows version ? lets test it out !
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February 12, 2014, 03:13:39 PM
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Something really smells about this coin... I've changed cpu-miner.c (work->primes = 6; -> work->primes = 4;) and started benchmarking using "./rminerd --benchmark -q -t 24" command, here are the results:
[2014-02-12 09:46:28] accepted: 6 in 2900 seconds
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Total: 820369 knumbers/s
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Expected average time to block: 0.578915
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] accepted: 6 in 2905 seconds

So, expected time to find block is 0.578915 but I've found only 6 blocks in 2905 seconds, that's ca 850 times worse than estimation! When coin was launched "Expected average time to block" was 6200 s on the same machine, i.e. 61 day if we scale it according to the benchmarking results. That's really insane.

I guess that only devs are using the real miner...

Any comments before I say some harsh words to devs and their "fair" coin?


wel send me a copy of that miner < windows version ? lets test it out !

I don't have windows version, you can compile it on linux:
wget https://github.com/gatra/cpuminer-rminerd/archive/master.zip
unzip master
edit cpu-miner.c
./autogen.sh
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February 12, 2014, 03:14:44 PM
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Something really smells about this coin... I've changed cpu-miner.c (work->primes = 6; -> work->primes = 4;) and started benchmarking using "./rminerd --benchmark -q -t 24" command, here are the results:
[2014-02-12 09:46:28] accepted: 6 in 2900 seconds
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Total: 820369 knumbers/s
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Expected average time to block: 0.578915
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] accepted: 6 in 2905 seconds

So, expected time to find block is 0.578915 but I've found only 6 blocks in 2905 seconds, that's ca 850 times worse than estimation! When coin was launched "Expected average time to block" was 6200 s on the same machine, i.e. 61 day if we scale it according to the benchmarking results. That's really insane.

I guess that only devs are using the real miner...

Any comments before I say some harsh words to devs and their "fair" coin?

From a quick examination of their miner, it's less than a day of work for a good programmer to get a 5-10x speedup.  Someone who's had experience in high performance prime sieves could get more in less time.

(I hacked on my own version briefly and got an 80% speedup with about 30 minutes of work.)

I'd be surprised if there aren't at least several private fast implementations done already, devs or otherwise.  Doesn't mean the devs did it, of course, but I'd bet money that someone did.

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February 12, 2014, 03:17:35 PM
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Something really smells about this coin... I've changed cpu-miner.c (work->primes = 6; -> work->primes = 4;) and started benchmarking using "./rminerd --benchmark -q -t 24" command, here are the results:
[2014-02-12 09:46:28] accepted: 6 in 2900 seconds
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Total: 820369 knumbers/s
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Expected average time to block: 0.578915
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] accepted: 6 in 2905 seconds

So, expected time to find block is 0.578915 but I've found only 6 blocks in 2905 seconds, that's ca 850 times worse than estimation! When coin was launched "Expected average time to block" was 6200 s on the same machine, i.e. 61 day if we scale it according to the benchmarking results. That's really insane.

I guess that only devs are using the real miner...

Any comments before I say some harsh words to devs and their "fair" coin?


wel send me a copy of that miner < windows version ? lets test it out !

I don't have windows version, you can compile it on linux:
wget https://github.com/gatra/cpuminer-rminerd/archive/master.zip
unzip master
edit cpu-miner.c
./autogen.sh
...


damm ...........never done that compiling  Huh Roll Eyes Cry
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February 12, 2014, 03:31:57 PM
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Something really smells about this coin... I've changed cpu-miner.c (work->primes = 6; -> work->primes = 4;) and started benchmarking using "./rminerd --benchmark -q -t 24" command, here are the results:
[2014-02-12 09:46:28] accepted: 6 in 2900 seconds
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Total: 820369 knumbers/s
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] Expected average time to block: 0.578915
[2014-02-12 09:46:33] accepted: 6 in 2905 seconds

So, expected time to find block is 0.578915 but I've found only 6 blocks in 2905 seconds, that's ca 850 times worse than estimation! When coin was launched "Expected average time to block" was 6200 s on the same machine, i.e. 61 day if we scale it according to the benchmarking results. That's really insane.

I guess that only devs are using the real miner...

Any comments before I say some harsh words to devs and their "fair" coin?

From a quick examination of their miner, it's less than a day of work for a good programmer to get a 5-10x speedup.  Someone who's had experience in high performance prime sieves could get more in less time.

(I hacked on my own version briefly and got an 80% speedup with about 30 minutes of work.)

I'd be surprised if there aren't at least several private fast implementations done already, devs or otherwise.  Doesn't mean the devs did it, of course, but I'd bet money that someone did.

   -Dave

Sounds pretty much like XPM - I think the optimized miner was something like 10x as fast as the original.

I tried the  cpu-miner.c primes 6->4 change and it shows faster with --benchmark, but showed slower pointed at an actual wallet.
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February 12, 2014, 03:43:01 PM
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pool HuhHuhHuh?
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February 12, 2014, 03:44:16 PM
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I tried the  cpu-miner.c primes 6->4 change and it shows faster with --benchmark, but showed slower pointed at an actual wallet.

Same here but doesn't actual performance should also follow benchmark result ?
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February 12, 2014, 03:44:49 PM
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From a quick examination of their miner, it's less than a day of work for a good programmer to get a 5-10x speedup.  Someone who's had experience in high performance prime sieves could get more in less time.

(I hacked on my own version briefly and got an 80% speedup with about 30 minutes of work.)

I'd be surprised if there aren't at least several private fast implementations done already, devs or otherwise.  Doesn't mean the devs did it, of course, but I'd bet money that someone did.
Where's the code with those 80% speed increases? Or do you prefer to keep them to yourself? Wink


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February 12, 2014, 03:47:29 PM
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WTS 800 RIC=7 BTC

pm me if you want buy some.

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February 12, 2014, 03:49:51 PM
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WTS 800 RIC=7 BTC

pm me if you want buy some.


The most insane price I ever seen in 1st day of a new coin  Shocked
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February 12, 2014, 03:51:30 PM
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WTS 800 RIC=7 BTC

pm me if you want buy some.


The most insane price I ever seen in 1st day of a new coin  Shocked

mine this 800 RIC coin by more than 2000+ computers!!!

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February 12, 2014, 03:51:56 PM
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WTS 800 RIC=7 BTC

pm me if you want buy some.


The most insane price I ever seen in 1st day of a new coin  Shocked
hehe, I think that it is even not the highest possible price. Try to mine even 100 RIC now... Wink

DTC: DMcKNp47fNtgM7sritK9GfJEQ1DzME5nwk
BTC: 1FgUGra685ZwkrX5VnRvfaYp4bHJhC7x4H
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February 12, 2014, 03:52:23 PM
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WTS 800 RIC=7 BTC

pm me if you want buy some.


The most insane price I ever seen in 1st day of a new coin  Shocked

mine this 800 RIC coin by more than 2000+ computers!!!

lol, I said the same Cheesy Coin is extremely hard, really

DTC: DMcKNp47fNtgM7sritK9GfJEQ1DzME5nwk
BTC: 1FgUGra685ZwkrX5VnRvfaYp4bHJhC7x4H
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February 12, 2014, 03:59:35 PM
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WTS 800 RIC=7 BTC

pm me if you want buy some.


The most insane price I ever seen in 1st day of a new coin  Shocked

MAX was higher.... and a lot easier to mine.
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