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March 13, 2014, 03:55:30 AM
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I was hesitant to say something earlier out of fear of appearing a Luddite, bit I also like the current Riecoin logo and see no reason to change it.


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March 13, 2014, 04:02:10 AM
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I was hesitant to say something earlier out of fear of appearing a Luddite, bit I also like the current Riecoin logo and see no reason to change it.

Never be afraid to speak up. Only cowards and d-bags reject different opinions. The riecoin community has no cowards or dbags. Since the majority of the people who spoken up right now disagree with my view, I guess no Riecoin logo change? It'd be nice to have some designs though in case people see a logo they like more than the current logo.

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March 13, 2014, 04:11:10 AM
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Mining on YPool (not dumping, holding) but can't figure this out. Here is what I am mining with

AMD 1100T at 3.4978 share value/h -t 5
AMD 8350 at 0.7775 share value/h -t 4
AMD Phenom II x3 at 0.7745 share value/h -t 2
Intel Xeon L5520 at 0.3891 share value/h -t 7

Just curios why the 1100T is outperforming the Intel and 8350 so much? (I know the 8350 is only using half of its cores/modules. I have to since it is my main rig that I do everything with while mining.)
None of the cpu's are overclocked, heat issue right now with gpu's in each rig. Looking at Core Temp it shows all the cpu load 88-97% and fluctuating. Could that be a reason the Intel and 8350 is so low? I am not expecting much from the Phenom X3.

I am ok with what I am getting about 6-8 coins per day actually paid out. Just think I am leaving some on the table right now.

Thanks for any advice.


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March 13, 2014, 04:11:28 AM
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I was hesitant to say something earlier out of fear of appearing a Luddite, bit I also like the current Riecoin logo and see no reason to change it.

Never be afraid to speak up. Only cowards and d-bags reject different opinions. The riecoin community has no cowards or dbags. Since the majority of the people who spoken up right now disagree with my view, I guess no Riecoin logo change? It'd be nice to have some designs though in case people see a logo they like more than the current logo.
We can always have multiple logos. There is no official logo for cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin. Feel free to make more logos.  Smiley

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March 13, 2014, 04:13:33 AM
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Mining on YPool (not dumping, holding) but can't figure this out. Here is what I am mining with

Which miner are you using (and which version)?

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March 13, 2014, 04:19:34 AM
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Mining on YPool (not dumping, holding) but can't figure this out. Here is what I am mining with

Which miner are you using (and which version)?

xptminer, not sure version. Thought this was the only one for Ypool. Found it when Ypool got the coin.

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March 13, 2014, 04:26:19 AM
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Mining on YPool (not dumping, holding) but can't figure this out. Here is what I am mining with

Which miner are you using (and which version)?

xptminer, not sure version. Thought this was the only one for Ypool. Found it when Ypool got the coin.
Which OS? The reason I'm asking is because there is an optimized linux version here: https://github.com/clintar/xptMiner
It may be possible to compile on other operating systems, I'm not sure...

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March 13, 2014, 04:53:29 AM
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Mining on YPool (not dumping, holding) but can't figure this out. Here is what I am mining with

Which miner are you using (and which version)?

xptminer, not sure version. Thought this was the only one for Ypool. Found it when Ypool got the coin.
Which OS? The reason I'm asking is because there is an optimized linux version here: https://github.com/clintar/xptMiner
It may be possible to compile on other operating systems, I'm not sure...

Using windows 7 64bit on all 4 machines. I am also running the 64 bit version of the miner and never tried the 32 bit version of it.

But I have no idea how to compile. i have been reading but never tried it.

Just don't don't know why the 1100T is so far ahead, unless I am just over reading the stat on Ypool and it doesn't matter.

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March 13, 2014, 04:50:55 PM
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Is your miner publicly available?

I can now say with absolute certainty, that if I had my current solo miner implementation on launch day, I would have solved the first 576 blocks in under 15 minutes using only 20 Intel E5-2697 v2 CPUs  Shocked

Was the launch really all that fair? I guess we will never know.

The implementations from gatra, dga, and jh00 will be just as fast if they used slightly larger primorials and AVX2 instructions for multiple-precision arithmetic. So in a few weeks from now, the performance advantage from all of the miners should be negligible.

I will begin work on an Nvidia GPU (sm_20 - sm_35) version this weekend. Also, I plan on releasing that version in binary format with a small developer's fee if the performance gain against a high-end CPU is significant. Sorry, I do not know how to program AMD GPUs for HPC related to multiple-precision arithmetic (Karatsuba multiplication + Montgomery Reduction).

Credit where due - I really wanted to make an alternate, pre-computation and memory-heavy approach to this work, but I've given up.  It's tough to beat straightforward sieving, and you (@supercomputing) were right - I ended up just going to a big primorial with a highly optimized sieve.  I haven't rewritten any of the routines currently handled by gmp (and my GMP is probably compiled horribly), but my pool miner is now somewhere in that ballpark.  I've solved 14 or so blocks in 24 hours using 14 machines, which is about in the same range you mentioned for your miner.  Block 17920 is an example, if you're curious to extract my primorial.

I'd still love to find a more satisfying way to crack this nut, though.  But for now, the sieves and fast prime tests have it.

Gatra, thank you for creating Riecoin.  It's terribly fun, has one of the more intellectually interesting proof-of-work cores (as does XPM, in fairness), and I hope it starts producing record prime tuples one of these days.  I'm planning on proposing high-speed RIC sieving cores as a class project for our parallel computing class next week.  Should be fun!

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Congratulations, I see that you've released your YPOOL miner and I believe that the RIC network difficulty will be at its highest this week.

Last weekend, I fully implemented my miner using x86-64 assembly code in order to have a fair comparison with my GPU implementation. On the same hardware, with 20 Intel E5-2697 v2 CPUs total, I can now solve 24-32 blocks per day (@1300-bit difficulty) when taking the orphaned blocks into account. I currently do not have any server hardware that can support the AVX2 instructions which would have resulted in a 30 percent increase in performance.

Congratulations again - I will be back to this hobby late April or early May.

Sorry for the typos, I am on my smart phone as usual.

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March 13, 2014, 05:50:58 PM
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What kind of beasty CPUs are you who are soloing this coin using?

Would an AMD FX-8350 get me anywhere?
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March 13, 2014, 06:20:26 PM
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What kind of beasty CPUs are you who are soloing this coin using?

Would an AMD FX-8350 get me anywhere?


more like a few hundred-thousands cores and i think he has optimized a better miner
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What kind of beasty CPUs are you who are soloing this coin using?

Would an AMD FX-8350 get me anywhere?


more like a few hundred-thousands cores and i think he has optimized a better miner

That's...a lot of cores. My current measly 4 cores will have to do at ypool for now then Sad
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March 13, 2014, 06:38:36 PM
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What kind of beasty CPUs are you who are soloing this coin using?

Would an AMD FX-8350 get me anywhere?


more like a few hundred-thousands cores and i think he has optimized a better miner

That's...a lot of cores. My current measly 4 cores will have to do at ypool for now then Sad

i am mining with about 22-24 cores and i was getting about 5 coins per day...
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March 13, 2014, 07:02:03 PM
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I like the logo as is also - my opinion.

Will update the to do list I had working on too, just been very busy this week. . .
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Congratulations, I see that you've released your YPOOL miner and I believe that the RIC network difficulty will be at its highest this week.

Last weekend, I fully implemented my miner using x86-64 assembly code in order to have a fair comparison with my GPU implementation. On the same hardware, with 20 Intel E5-2697 v2 CPUs total, I can now solve 24-32 blocks per day (@1300-bit difficulty) when taking the orphaned blocks into account. I currently do not have any server hardware that can support the AVX2 instructions which would have resulted in a 30 percent increase in performance.

Congratulations again - I will be back to this hobby late April or early May.

Sorry for the typos, I am on my smart phone as usual.

I did - privately for now, and I'll open source it in a few weeks - and with the help of a brave soul on ypool, diff has reached a new peak.  1368 and probably rising.  I don't have a great comparison with the 2697, but it sounds like you've still got a 20-25% edge on my miner.  I still haven't -- and don't want to -- touch the gmp internals, but it's getting closer to that point.  Currently sieving out the first 200m-1b primes (depending on memory), and it's diminishing returns.


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March 13, 2014, 07:50:58 PM
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I like the logo as is also - my opinion.

Will update the to do list I had working on too, just been very busy this week. . .


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March 13, 2014, 08:05:22 PM
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stratum-mining is accepting shares and writing to the DB!
my pool still doesn't work (mpos configuration issues) I'll clean up the code and upload everything later, we should have more pools soon!

give me some hours and I'll do the formal Thursday status post, it may come late, but it will still be Thursday.. in at least one time zone...
I'll upload to github the stratum-mining, the cpuminer with stratum support, and a new client 0.8.8 (update required only for pool operators)


price still droping! wtf? I'd say it's botnets dumping...


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Congratulations, I see that you've released your YPOOL miner and I believe that the RIC network difficulty will be at its highest this week.

Last weekend, I fully implemented my miner using x86-64 assembly code in order to have a fair comparison with my GPU implementation. On the same hardware, with 20 Intel E5-2697 v2 CPUs total, I can now solve 24-32 blocks per day (@1300-bit difficulty) when taking the orphaned blocks into account. I currently do not have any server hardware that can support the AVX2 instructions which would have resulted in a 30 percent increase in performance.

Congratulations again - I will be back to this hobby late April or early May.

Sorry for the typos, I am on my smart phone as usual.

I did - privately for now, and I'll open source it in a few weeks - and with the help of a brave soul on ypool, diff has reached a new peak.  1368 and probably rising.  I don't have a great comparison with the 2697, but it sounds like you've still got a 20-25% edge on my miner.  I still haven't -- and don't want to -- touch the gmp internals, but it's getting closer to that point.  Currently sieving out the first 200m-1b primes (depending on memory), and it's diminishing returns.



So it is time for me too stop mining Rie with my 4 puny cpu's now?

If you are going to leave your BTC on an exchange please send it to this address instead 1GH3ub3UUHbU5qDJW5u3E9jZ96ZEmzaXtG, I will at least use the money better than someone who steals it from the exchange. Thanks Wink
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March 13, 2014, 09:16:47 PM
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stratum-mining is accepting shares and writing to the DB!
my pool still doesn't work (mpos configuration issues) I'll clean up the code and upload everything later, we should have more pools soon!

give me some hours and I'll do the formal Thursday status post, it may come late, but it will still be Thursday.. in at least one time zone...
I'll upload to github the stratum-mining, the cpuminer with stratum support, and a new client 0.8.8 (update required only for pool operators)


price still droping! wtf? I'd say it's botnets dumping...

Great news! Since you confirmed of new client and working code to get more pools working, it boosted my confidence, off to buy more riecoin now.

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March 13, 2014, 09:29:37 PM
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price still droping! wtf? I'd say it's botnets dumping...

As long as you, the dev, does not vanish like artos and Stablecoin and keep up the great work at adding new features to Riecoin, the community will always back you up however we can. Hopefully we can get more than 1 dev to back you up and leave you with less work and more time to think of new features to add. Riecoin value will rise as the community grow so no worries right now. Marketing will be on its way as soon as Riecoin becomes more popular. I will try to support it to the best I can.

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