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Author Topic: [ANN][RIC] Riecoin: constellations POW *CPU* HARD FORK successful, world record  (Read 685001 times)
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November 28, 2017, 12:14:41 AM
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Funding or not, he could just take a little time to copy and adapt the Xptminer code into the wallet to allow easy efficient solo mining and include current nodes in the code so we don't have find them manually, then release a public official executable on sourceforge...

Someone who installs the wallet, then sees that it is not syncing at all will likely just think that the software is crap and so is the Riecoin project.
And when you see that there were no updates since so long, it questions the viability of the project... Why use/mine Riecoin if it is virtually abandoned by the founder?
This project makes sense only if more people are getting interested, increasing the difficulty and the odds of finding interesting new properties. More interested devs trying to find new algorithms for the miner. Else we would continue to mine at constant difficulties with the wheel factorization and find just a bunch of sextuplets...


I agree that we need an updated node with working seed nodes and some improvements from the newer codebase.

However, i don't think having xptminer built into the wallet implementation would help all that much as it's easy to mine riecoin with the many pools available.
In recent months the Riecoin network has become far more robust that it used to be.

Riecoin Pool http://uBlock.it/
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November 28, 2017, 03:10:35 AM
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You are right too

I am actually able to mine approx 2-3 blocks each week with just 1 cpu and I find that getting directly the 50 RIC reward to the wallet is somewhat gratifying, instead of just working for a pool and getting paid. Then I can say more easily: "Yeaaah, I am the one who found this prime cluster"!  So I would really like to be able to do pure and efficient solomining easily, but I am not a programmer.
Yeah, there is Xpoolx but we must anyway use the pool so this is not independent mining.

I found 58 blocks but earned only 695 RIC instead of 2900 RIC on Riepool. Although I really don't mind about profit (I mine mostly for fun and just use the unused resources of my main computer), this shows that solo mining is also more profitable than pooled.
If someone could adapt Xptminer so it supports solomining, I would really be grateful.

Yeah you haven't tried uBlock.it yet, other members can vouch that it's far more profitable than any other pool. PM me for invite if you'd like to try it out  Cool

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November 28, 2017, 04:28:10 AM
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other members can vouch that it's far more profitable than any other pool

I am one such member, FWIW.

So far on ublock, my miners have found 4,080 RIC's worth of blocks and I have earned 4,072 RIC. Doesn't get much more bang-on than that. Another pool I tried paid me out at a much lower proportion relative to the coins my miners generated.

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November 28, 2017, 04:39:47 AM
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Can anyone in a nutshell explain why the price exploded and is it still worth buying or should I rather wait?
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November 28, 2017, 10:21:30 AM
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Can anyone in a nutshell explain why the price exploded and is it still worth buying or should I rather wait?

My advice would be to keep an eye on the blockchain for large transfers to known exchanges and keep an eye on AEX.com which appears to have added a RIC/BTC pair around the same time the pump started.

I have not tested AEX.com so I have no idea if they are legit.

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November 28, 2017, 11:42:45 AM
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Can anyone in a nutshell explain why the price exploded and is it still worth buying or should I rather wait?

My advice would be to keep an eye on the blockchain for large transfers to known exchanges and keep an eye on AEX.com which appears to have added a RIC/BTC pair around the same time the pump started.

I have not tested AEX.com so I have no idea if they are legit.


AEX.com exchange is legit, is an exchange registered in the United Kingdom. As I heard (can't remember where) the owners of AEX.com exchange are the chinese from BTC38, but I'm not sure about it.
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November 28, 2017, 12:48:31 PM
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You are right too

I am actually able to mine approx 2-3 blocks each week with just 1 cpu and I find that getting directly the 50 RIC reward to the wallet is somewhat gratifying, instead of just working for a pool and getting paid. Then I can say more easily: "Yeaaah, I am the one who found this prime cluster"!  So I would really like to be able to do pure and efficient solomining easily, but I am not a programmer.
Yeah, there is Xpoolx but we must anyway use the pool so this is not independent mining.

I found 58 blocks but earned only 695 RIC instead of 2900 RIC on Riepool. Although I really don't mind about profit (I mine mostly for fun and just use the unused resources of my main computer), this shows that solo mining is also more profitable than pooled.
If someone could adapt Xptminer so it supports solomining, I would really be grateful.

You know i just realized that there is a claymore xpm(prime coin) gpu miner and it could be easily adopted to mine RIA.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=693680.0 i guess will need to rise a bounty Smiley

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November 28, 2017, 07:31:33 PM
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Where will I be able to buy/sell ur tokens after ICO?
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November 29, 2017, 02:15:52 AM
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Where will I be able to buy/sell ur tokens after ICO?

If you're thinking of flixxo you should check the page
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2168758.0

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November 30, 2017, 08:41:12 AM
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You are right too

I am actually able to mine approx 2-3 blocks each week with just 1 cpu and I find that getting directly the 50 RIC reward to the wallet is somewhat gratifying, instead of just working for a pool and getting paid. Then I can say more easily: "Yeaaah, I am the one who found this prime cluster"!  So I would really like to be able to do pure and efficient solomining easily, but I am not a programmer.
Yeah, there is Xpoolx but we must anyway use the pool so this is not independent mining.

I found 58 blocks but earned only 695 RIC instead of 2900 RIC on Riepool. Although I really don't mind about profit (I mine mostly for fun and just use the unused resources of my main computer), this shows that solo mining is also more profitable than pooled.
If someone could adapt Xptminer so it supports solomining, I would really be grateful.

Hi man !!
Which CPU do you use for mining RIC ?

does any of the pools have a bonus for blockfinding ?? pool owners? anyone knows?

Bill Hicks was right about....everything
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December 01, 2017, 04:55:50 AM
Last edit: December 01, 2017, 07:11:06 AM by ziiip
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Solo miner appears to be releasing blocks between 5 and 10 minutes late, not to mention he has nearly 70% of the network hashrate.
This is not good for the network as the risk of mining orphans has greatly increased.
Real difficulty should be reflected much higher as solo miner has to sometimes waste work to do this Undecided

Edit: looks to be more stable now

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December 01, 2017, 05:01:33 AM
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That's the "All Others" group, though - how do you know it's a solo miner?

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December 01, 2017, 05:42:42 PM
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Can anyone in a nutshell explain why the price exploded and is it still worth buying or should I rather wait?

My advice would be to keep an eye on the blockchain for large transfers to known exchanges and keep an eye on AEX.com which appears to have added a RIC/BTC pair around the same time the pump started.

I have not tested AEX.com so I have no idea if they are legit.


I am not sure whether I understand your advice. Why would large transfers in this regard matter as you say?
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December 03, 2017, 02:17:53 AM
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With rises in price come rises in difficulty ... and new Riecoin records!

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/halloffame.dws

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/block.dws?789840.htm

<announcer voice>Congratulations to today's lucky contestant (miner)!</announcer>

But seriously, this is why I was happy putting work into the miner, even if real life has gotten in the way.

  -Dave

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December 03, 2017, 02:24:36 AM
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In the riecoin software and social media updates work suck, developers need an effort to promote the project to jump a step forward. I know we shouldn't abandon it, it's still hot and there's a potential for development, and the price is likely to break out at any time.
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December 03, 2017, 02:39:43 AM
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Hip hop hooray! Broke the 750 digit barrier!

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December 04, 2017, 12:07:22 AM
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Hip hop hooray! Broke the 750 digit barrier!

Awesome.

So, this exposes my lack of clue - who runs cryptoid.info, and do they want donations?  I love that they host the RIC top list.  (But, if course, if they're profitable I'd rather continue to ask people who use the miner to donate to Gatra.)

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December 04, 2017, 01:27:37 AM
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But seriously, this is why I was happy putting work into the miner, even if real life has gotten in the way.

ok, new records at least inspire an hour of staring at the code and trying to further clean it up, if only so the legacy of Riecoin is that it leaves good software for finding prime clusters. Smiley  I've committed a small batch of fixes to the stratum branch that eliminate compiler warnings (you don't care about this) and fix a few very trivial memory leaks (you probably also don't care about this, but it would cause memory use to grow by perhaps a few megabytes per day on a long-running miner.  If you ran for a year, you might notice the leaks.)

https://github.com/dave-andersen/fastrie/tree/stratum

Certainly nothing worth a version bump.

Also merged two outstanding pull requests for compilation fixes for Ubuntu and GCC 4.9 -- with thanks to @guytp on github for the improvements!

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December 04, 2017, 03:51:58 AM
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Thanks dga! And also thanks for the reply to my PM. Sorry - no I haven't had a chance to try again with the new primesieve miner yet. Maybe this week...

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December 04, 2017, 11:01:00 PM
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Hi All

Good news from XpoolX. We are looking for a long time at the impact of botnets on the trusted users and how they work so we finally developed an algorithm that detect the fake botnet shares and delete them. Now trusted users will receive all the coins them deserves and no more people will steal the coins, you will notice an increment of the coins per block inmediatelly.

We were looking too at the value of shares and adjusted the value of the shares to match with the power of miner, so now, the best hardware you use the most reward you receive.

Also we want to remember we have opened a solo mining pool with 5% fee (lesser than other solo mining pools) you can connect with this command line:
xptminer -m -o mining.xpoolx.com:9999 -t 8 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p x

For now there isn't available a website to control the solo mining pool but it will be available in the next days.

Thank you for your support.
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