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Author Topic: [ANN][RIC] Riecoin: constellations POW *CPU* HARD FORK successful, world record  (Read 647187 times)
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November 10, 2015, 07:44:40 AM
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Yes it is, but for better performance if you can change to 4444 it will work better.

Port 4444 does not seem to work, when connecting to it the miners crashes. Port 3333 works on the other hand.

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November 10, 2015, 09:46:03 AM
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Yes it is, but for better performance if you can change to 4444 it will work better.

Port 4444 does not seem to work, when connecting to it the miners crashes. Port 3333 works on the other hand.

Port 4443 works for me, 4444 fails to connect.
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November 10, 2015, 11:26:52 AM
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Hi all

Today im working on payouts. Don't worry about your coins they are safe. I'll make some improvements today and it will be stable payouts at the end of day.

BTW opened ports are: 4444 4443 4442 4441 3333 3332 3331 10025 10026 10027 10028 10029 10030 10031 10032 10033 10034

You can spread the workers by these ports if fails to connect to 4444
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November 10, 2015, 11:29:40 AM
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can somebody give me step by step directions as to how to install the miner on ubuntu 14.04.3. after about 400000 attempts im about ready to throw my computer at a wall.

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November 10, 2015, 04:50:36 PM
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What happened to ypool anyway? I can't find any news about the downtime...

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November 10, 2015, 09:29:25 PM
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What happened to ypool anyway? I can't find any news about the downtime...
If you read back just a few posts you will find info...
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November 10, 2015, 09:30:58 PM
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Any idea what happened to ypool? Their "wallet" side appears up, but "mining" still MIA.

Would be sad to see them just go belly up.



Ypool is unfortunately still under ddos when ever the pool is put back online, and service hosting is giving admin no eta for applying ddos protection (really unsure as to reason for their delay). I have talked to admin and they intend to restore service asap.
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November 11, 2015, 06:47:39 AM
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I have 1/2 works showing on xpoolx but both are running and submitting shares...
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November 11, 2015, 09:58:03 AM
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for a faster blockchain download :

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November 11, 2015, 07:55:49 PM
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Hello everyone! I have compiled up a RieCoin generic x86-64 cpu pool solo miner.
It is modified from dave-andersen's fastrie miner, it will connect to http://ric1.gpupool.com , total fee 4 RIC/block.
It do not need AVX instruction set support, and the efficiency seems to be same as xpoolx.com's miner.
Anybody wish to test it?

Usage: Just fill your RieCoin(RIC) address into config.json, set the threads you want to use, and run RicSoloPoolMiner.exe.
Please visit http://gpupool.com or download at:
http://gpupool.com/RicSoloPoolMiner-b18.zip
MD5 of the zip file: 7dac43eb5a4e0b74961992cf2fc69ab7
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November 11, 2015, 09:41:44 PM
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Hello everyone! I have compiled up a RieCoin generic x86-64 cpu pool solo miner.
It is modified from dave-andersen's fastrie miner, it will connect to http://ric1.gpupool.com , total fee 5 RIC/block.
It do not need avx instruction support. Anybody wish to test it?

Usage: Just fill your RieCoin(RIC) address into config.json, set the threads you want to use, and run RicSoloPoolMiner.exe.
Please visit http://gpupool.com or download at:
http://gpupool.com/RicSoloPoolMiner-b17.zip
MD5 of the zip file: 32eaf88e02b46483e979e208bf976e78
10% fee???!!! no thanks.
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November 11, 2015, 10:33:36 PM
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Nice to see different miners coming out.

I have not had much time lately so i have not been mining.

Based on a few posts above no sure why someone would solo mine at a 10% fee....

Also solo mining unless pointed at 127.0.0.1 is not really my idea of solo mining...

Still good to see new developments & moving away past the issues of y pool.

Has anyone looked at their logs & found ypool owes them for riecoin ?

I'm curious ?

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November 12, 2015, 03:49:56 AM
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Nice to see different miners coming out.

I have not had much time lately so i have not been mining.

Based on a few posts above no sure why someone would solo mine at a 10% fee....

Also solo mining unless pointed at 127.0.0.1 is not really my idea of solo mining...

Still good to see new developments & moving away past the issues of y pool.

Has anyone looked at their logs & found ypool owes them for riecoin ?

I'm curious ?

People will still have balances on ypool they are unable to withdraw until the pool is back online, as I said in previous post admin does intend to restore service asap but the hold up is due to hosting provider delay in applying ddos protection. I'm sure everyone will get any coins owing to them in due course.
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November 12, 2015, 04:46:34 AM
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10% fee???!!! no thanks.
Thanks for your valuable advice. Total fee changed to 4 RIC/block now. Serious bug in miner fixed (generate all RIC to wrong address). Please download the miner again. As nobody use the this service except me till now, version is still RicSoloPoolMiner-b17.
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November 12, 2015, 04:59:24 AM
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Nice to see different miners coming out.

I have not had much time lately so i have not been mining.

Based on a few posts above no sure why someone would solo mine at a 10% fee....

Also solo mining unless pointed at 127.0.0.1 is not really my idea of solo mining...

Still good to see new developments & moving away past the issues of y pool.

Has anyone looked at their logs & found ypool owes them for riecoin ?

I'm curious ?

Ypool still has quite a bit of funds: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/wallet.dws?170365.htm

(this also shows the owner did not run with funds, and the wallet was not hacked, in case some are wondering)

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November 12, 2015, 06:42:36 AM
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10% fee???!!! no thanks.
Thanks for your valuable advice. Total fee changed to 4 RIC/block now. Serious bug in miner fixed (generate all RIC to wrong address). Please download the miner again. As nobody use the this service except me till now, version is still RicSoloPoolMiner-b17.
Try 2ric/block, 4% fee i'm sure someone will try it in that case.
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November 12, 2015, 10:13:05 AM
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Hello everyone! I have compiled up a RieCoin generic x86-64 cpu pool solo miner.
It is modified from dave-andersen's fastrie miner, it will connect to http://ric1.gpupool.com , total fee 4 RIC/block.
It do not need AVX instruction set support, and the efficiency seems to be same as xpoolx.com's miner.
Anybody wish to test it?

Usage: Just fill your RieCoin(RIC) address into config.json, set the threads you want to use, and run RicSoloPoolMiner.exe.
Please visit http://gpupool.com or download at:
http://gpupool.com/RicSoloPoolMiner-b17.zip
MD5 of the zip file: 7f21ac1d22184192b5078d0642fcbd91
And the source code is available??
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November 12, 2015, 11:51:06 AM
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Hello everyone! I have compiled up a RieCoin generic x86-64 cpu pool solo miner.
It is modified from dave-andersen's fastrie miner, it will connect to http://ric1.gpupool.com , total fee 4 RIC/block.
It do not need AVX instruction set support, and the efficiency seems to be same as xpoolx.com's miner.
Anybody wish to test it?

Usage: Just fill your RieCoin(RIC) address into config.json, set the threads you want to use, and run RicSoloPoolMiner.exe.
Please visit http://gpupool.com or download at:
http://gpupool.com/RicSoloPoolMiner-b17.zip
MD5 of the zip file: 7f21ac1d22184192b5078d0642fcbd91
Tested and I resolved 1 block. Then nothing arrived to my wallet.... Which problems are the miner??
Now I stopped to try this miner with 8% fee until the dev answer me.
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November 12, 2015, 01:12:56 PM
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Hello everyone! I have compiled up a RieCoin generic x86-64 cpu pool solo miner.
It is modified from dave-andersen's fastrie miner, it will connect to http://ric1.gpupool.com , total fee 4 RIC/block.
It do not need AVX instruction set support, and the efficiency seems to be same as xpoolx.com's miner.
Anybody wish to test it?

Usage: Just fill your RieCoin(RIC) address into config.json, set the threads you want to use, and run RicSoloPoolMiner.exe.
Please visit http://gpupool.com or download at:
http://gpupool.com/RicSoloPoolMiner-b17.zip
MD5 of the zip file: 7f21ac1d22184192b5078d0642fcbd91
Tested and I resolved 1 block. Then nothing arrived to my wallet.... Which problems are the miner??
Now I stopped to try this miner with 8% fee until the dev answer me.
Thanks for your test very much.
The block 360796 at 2015-11-12 11:44:07 GMT? It goes to my wallet: RAiGeYUv5cF8LB2tVnZMYVejVwz32BhKAQ
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/block.dws?360796.htm
This should not happen.
I am finding why...
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November 12, 2015, 01:47:49 PM
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Hello everyone! I have compiled up a RieCoin generic x86-64 cpu pool solo miner.
It is modified from dave-andersen's fastrie miner, it will connect to http://ric1.gpupool.com , total fee 4 RIC/block.
It do not need AVX instruction set support, and the efficiency seems to be same as xpoolx.com's miner.
Anybody wish to test it?

Usage: Just fill your RieCoin(RIC) address into config.json, set the threads you want to use, and run RicSoloPoolMiner.exe.
Please visit http://gpupool.com or download at:
http://gpupool.com/RicSoloPoolMiner-b17.zip
MD5 of the zip file: 7f21ac1d22184192b5078d0642fcbd91
Tested and I resolved 1 block. Then nothing arrived to my wallet.... Which problems are the miner??
Now I stopped to try this miner with 8% fee until the dev answer me.
Thanks for your test very much.
The block 360796 at 2015-11-12 11:44:07 GMT? It goes to my wallet: RAiGeYUv5cF8LB2tVnZMYVejVwz32BhKAQ
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/block.dws?360796.htm
This should not happen.
I am finding why...

Yes is this. My config.json is configured with my ric address: RG3r31qCD9Szciifs8jypsvn1jZcbEZF46
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