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February 06, 2015, 03:20:42 PM
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No, I do not have it, possibly if there is enough interest, I can try.
Would the fee around 3% be OK ?


I'll give you 5K RIC if you make it open source.
I will also give 5k
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February 09, 2015, 10:32:27 AM
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Thank you all for your kindnes. I think we can create another thread about GPU riecoin mining ?

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February 10, 2015, 04:14:31 AM
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I would be curious to see if dga has made progress.... i happened to read a blogpost he wrote sometime ago about monero mining while not related to this it certainly shows he has the skills .....  I wish i had the time and hardware to work on optimizations of his work ....

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February 14, 2015, 01:34:59 AM
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I would be curious to see if dga has made progress.... i happened to read a blogpost he wrote sometime ago about monero mining while not related to this it certainly shows he has the skills .....  I wish i had the time and hardware to work on optimizations of his work ....

Nope - dga is being eaten by his day job and teaching hundreds of awesome 1st year college students how to program in Python.

Though one did come up to me after class on Thursday and asked about fast primality tests.  Maybe I can drop some idea seeds in his head. :-)

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February 15, 2015, 07:46:00 PM
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congratulations !!

sounds like a great question on a final for 'extra credit'

I would be curious to see if dga has made progress.... i happened to read a blogpost he wrote sometime ago about monero mining while not related to this it certainly shows he has the skills .....  I wish i had the time and hardware to work on optimizations of his work ....

Nope - dga is being eaten by his day job and teaching hundreds of awesome 1st year college students how to program in Python.

Though one did come up to me after class on Thursday and asked about fast primality tests.  Maybe I can drop some idea seeds in his head. :-)

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February 18, 2015, 10:55:41 AM
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10k RIC promised for GPU miner ? c'mon guys - you can do better Wink

I am getting lazy again - got iPython + openCL on NVDA hardware working, but no breathtaking results.
it's fun to play with,  I believe RNS with base extension has to be implemented for fast modular exponentation,
but can not find good info ...

any ideas ?

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February 20, 2015, 04:55:49 AM
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Greetings!

I've created a Riecoin faucet:

https://cryptap.us/ric/faucet

It pays a percentage of it's balance, so it should not empty easily. Feel free to drop some coins in if you are feeling generous. Feedback is welcome.

Regards,

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February 22, 2015, 05:24:58 PM
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I've got a miner for the Parallella board (16 core Epiphany chip) working.  If you have a Parallella board you can mine with https://github.com/MichaelBell/fastrie/tree/master/xptMiner.

This was based on dga's fork of jh00's xptMiner, but the mining core is completely rewritten from scratch for Parallella.  There are probably ideas that could be transferred back to x64, maybe I'll look at that some time...

Performance is roughly 1/40th that of dga's code on a 4770K, which is probably a little better than the power consumption ratio (the Parallella board uses around 5W).  Note if comparing stats that I output stats in chains/minute, whereas the xptMiner stats claim to be in chains/second but its numbers are actually multiplied by 4.096 for no good reason as far as I can see Smiley

Note the miner occasionally locks up (every few days), and then often keeps locking up if the board isn't rebooted.  I'm not sure what the problem there is, it would be easy to write a script to auto-reboot the board when this happened if anyone wants to use this seriously.
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February 23, 2015, 03:56:00 PM
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Greetings!

I've created some games for Riecoin here:

https://cryptap.us/ric/dice

They include provably fair blockchain dice games, a few coinbombs and a transparent Ponzi game. I will pay a bounty if a flaw is found, based on how significant the flaw is. Feedback is welcome.

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February 24, 2015, 05:40:54 PM
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Greetings!

I have developed an online wallet for Riecoin, I call it "jswallet". This is a fork of the popular Rushwallet by kryptokit for bitcoin.



link: https://cryptap.us/ric/jswallet

An instant cross-platform Riecoin wallet written in javascript, it takes seconds to create a wallet. All key generation, transaction signing, and key storage is client-side. No private keys are exchanged. It works well on most desktop browsers, Android and iOS as well.

Please checkout the help page for more info. Feedback is welcome.

Regards,

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March 05, 2015, 02:24:12 PM
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Greetings!

I've put together a version of Copay for Riecoin:



This can be found here:

http://hydra-ric.cryptap.us

For more information about what copay is:

https://copay.io

Basically, a multisig HD wallet, usable on desktop and mobile browsers.

Feedback is welcome.

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March 09, 2015, 03:47:58 AM
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I've got a miner for the Parallella board (16 core Epiphany chip) working.  If you have a Parallella board you can mine with https://github.com/MichaelBell/fastrie/tree/master/xptMiner.

This was based on dga's fork of jh00's xptMiner, but the mining core is completely rewritten from scratch for Parallella.  There are probably ideas that could be transferred back to x64, maybe I'll look at that some time...

Performance is roughly 1/40th that of dga's code on a 4770K, which is probably a little better than the power consumption ratio (the Parallella board uses around 5W).  Note if comparing stats that I output stats in chains/minute, whereas the xptMiner stats claim to be in chains/second but its numbers are actually multiplied by 4.096 for no good reason as far as I can see Smiley

Note the miner occasionally locks up (every few days), and then often keeps locking up if the board isn't rebooted.  I'm not sure what the problem there is, it would be easy to write a script to auto-reboot the board when this happened if anyone wants to use this seriously.

May I ask how to solve

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make -j2

g++ -Wall -Wextra -O3 -fomit-frame-pointer  -g -std=gnu99  -marm -march=armv7-a -mfpu=neon -mtune=cortex-a9 -L/usr/local/lib -L/usr/lib -L/DBA/openssl/1.0.1f/lib/ -L/secdisk/parallella/esdk/tools/host/lib -I/usr/local/include -I/usr/include -IxptMiner/includes/ -Iepiphany/src -I/secdisk/parallella/esdk/tools/host/include  -o xptminer xptMiner/ticker.o xptMiner/main.o xptMiner/sha2.o xptMiner/xptClient.o xptMiner/xptClientPacketHandler.o xptMiner/xptPacketbuffer.o xptMiner/xptServer.o xptMiner/xptServerPacketHandler.o xptMiner/transaction.o xptMiner/rh_riecoin.o xptMiner/riecoinMiner.o xptMiner/jhlib.o -lcrypto -lssl -pthread  -ldl -le-hal -lgmp -lgmpxx -lrt -flto
cd xptMiner && ./buildtest.sh
xptMiner/rh_riecoin.o: In function `epipTester':
/secdisk/fastrie/xptMiner/xptMiner/rh_riecoin.c:717: undefined reference to `e_load_group'
xptMiner/rh_riecoin.o: In function `initSieve':
/secdisk/fastrie/xptMiner/xptMiner/rh_riecoin.c:374: undefined reference to `e_load_group'
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [xptminer] Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
rh_riecoin.o: In function `epipTester':
/secdisk/fastrie/xptMiner/xptMiner/rh_riecoin.c:717: undefined reference to `e_load_group'
rh_riecoin.o: In function `initSieve':
/secdisk/fastrie/xptMiner/xptMiner/rh_riecoin.c:374: undefined reference to `e_load_group'
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [xptMiner/test] Error 1

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March 12, 2015, 04:49:43 PM
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Greetings,

I've created an alternate paper wallet generator for Riecoin.

https://cryptap.us/ric/paperwallet.html

Unencrypted:



BIP38 Encrypted:



This generator also has the ability to create labels, something akin to Casascius coins:



This is not meant to replace the current paper wallet generator, just a complement. Feedback is welcome.

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April 04, 2015, 02:04:19 AM
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Many developments last several weeks..... still mining on and off... anyone got any new 'toys' for optimized mining >

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April 14, 2015, 09:57:18 AM
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Hi all!
I'm interested in mining this, but 1st I have few questions.
Anyone can pls tell me which miner is the latest/fastest?
I saw one at noncepool, how do I change threads number? If I point -t 3 it still mines with all 4 cores

Is it still CPU only?

Thanks, cheers
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April 14, 2015, 12:04:12 PM
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Anyone can pls tell me which miner is the latest/fastest?
I saw one at noncepool, how do I change threads number? If I point -t 3 it still mines with all 4 cores

Is it still CPU only?
Yep, it still CPU only. To set number of CPU threads use "-t" option with value "number of threads that you want to use minus one", so if you want use three threads, then set "2" value Smiley
It's because by default miner uses +1 thread, you can see this in results of work:
Code:
C:\Users\xandry\Downloads\riecoin>xptMiner-sse4-b16.exe -o mining.ypool.net -u xandry.ric_1 -p x -t 7
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  xptMiner/ric/dga (xptMiner 1.7dga-b15)
  author: jh00 (xptminer) dga (ric core)
  http://ypool.net
----------------------------
Launching miner...
Using 7 +1 CPU threads

Fee Percentage:  2.00%. To set, use "-d" flag e

Launching the 8 threads
Connected to server using x.pushthrough(xpt) pr
xpt: Logged in with xandry.ric_1
New block data - height: 244361 tx count: 1
Generating table of small primes for Riecoin...
Note the line "Using 7 +1 CPU threads" and "Launching the 8 threads" Wink

Both miners from noncepool and ypool for example are based on xptminer (author is jh00) and I doubt that there is a big difference between them.

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April 14, 2015, 01:27:37 PM
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Anyone can pls tell me which miner is the latest/fastest?
I saw one at noncepool, how do I change threads number? If I point -t 3 it still mines with all 4 cores

Is it still CPU only?
Yep, it still CPU only. To set number of CPU threads use "-t" option with value "number of threads that you want to use minus one", so if you want use three threads, then set "2" value Smiley
It's because by default miner uses +1 thread, you can see this in results of work:
Code:
C:\Users\xandry\Downloads\riecoin>xptMiner-sse4-b16.exe -o mining.ypool.net -u xandry.ric_1 -p x -t 7
----------------------------
  xptMiner/ric/dga (xptMiner 1.7dga-b15)
  author: jh00 (xptminer) dga (ric core)
  http://ypool.net
----------------------------
Launching miner...
Using 7 +1 CPU threads

Fee Percentage:  2.00%. To set, use "-d" flag e

Launching the 8 threads
Connected to server using x.pushthrough(xpt) pr
xpt: Logged in with xandry.ric_1
New block data - height: 244361 tx count: 1
Generating table of small primes for Riecoin...
Note the line "Using 7 +1 CPU threads" and "Launching the 8 threads" Wink

Both miners from noncepool and ypool for example are based on xptminer (author is jh00) and I doubt that there is a big difference between them.

many thanks mate Smiley
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April 26, 2015, 10:49:30 AM
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2014 was not kind to altcoins, carcass everywhere.. Don't bother people, you can't resurrect the dead.
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May 21, 2015, 07:56:46 AM
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32bit wallet keeps crashing

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May 21, 2015, 08:44:10 AM
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which version, when it crashes (assume you are on windows> ) what error do you get  , are you on 7,8, 8.1 real or virtual os ?
32bit wallet keeps crashing

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