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September 23, 2018, 01:17:46 AM
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may as well throw my hat in the ring also; i'd submitted my progress on a Bitcoin/Riecoin 0.16 port to gatra on the 18th July, but hadn't had time to revisit and hadn't heard much back. however looking at the volunteer work, i'm happy to share my code if any bits could be picked out. from memory the bitshift maths (esp considering uint256/arith_uint256 constraints) in pow.cpp was quite tricky, but i ended up with correct results..

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September 23, 2018, 01:51:27 AM
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migrated from home git to remote (https://github.com/barrystyle/riecoin-0.16).. hope it helps the cause,

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September 25, 2018, 05:57:28 AM
Last edit: September 25, 2018, 06:28:49 AM by ziiip
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Registrations reopened at uBlock.it

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uBlock.it is a private pool.

Give us a try and see why uBlock is the most profitable Riecoin Pool!


If you find that registrations have been closed please send a PM for invite information.
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September 25, 2018, 06:15:59 AM
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i have a feeling that we re close to this big upgrade  Grin

Bill Hicks was right about....everything
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September 25, 2018, 06:19:22 AM
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The coin looks good, hope the team can make it bigger and stronger. Thanksgiving.
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September 25, 2018, 09:22:03 AM
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Is this the correct forum to ask about the riecoin.org website?
It needs some serious updating.
For example several of the exchanges listed are no longer functioning.
Several of the links do not work.
Some of the listed forums are long since closed.
Overall just needs a review and update.
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September 25, 2018, 09:48:19 AM
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ughhhh. Not another Hype-Coin. Besides a tweak to the algorithm there is (yet again) nothing of real value with this new coin. Wow you can find prime numbers. PrimeCoin does that. Problem is everyone is scratching and scraping to get on the next "Bitcoin" so any new coin that gets released everyone and their grandmother jumps on it.

Sure, people will make money once accepted into exchanges but after x amount of time this coin will be like all the rest. Just a few pennies in a sea of endless alt coins.

This is part of the problem. Week after week anyone with a basic programming and marketing knowledge can make the next hypecoin. There is no innovation here. You can find prime numbers? a little different way? whoop-de-do.

How do you expect your coin to get passed the hype-trade?

The 3 major players are as follows:

BTC
LTC
PrimeCoin

That is it. Ride the hype! Go for it! make some money! but for long term investors? Like myself? NO THANKS.

Good Luck with your coin though. Really.
These type of coins are really really irritating!
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September 25, 2018, 11:12:51 AM
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ughhhh. Not another Hype-Coin. Besides a tweak to the algorithm there is (yet again) nothing of real value with this new coin. Wow you can find prime numbers. PrimeCoin does that. Problem is everyone is scratching and scraping to get on the next "Bitcoin" so any new coin that gets released everyone and their grandmother jumps on it.

Sure, people will make money once accepted into exchanges but after x amount of time this coin will be like all the rest. Just a few pennies in a sea of endless alt coins.

This is part of the problem. Week after week anyone with a basic programming and marketing knowledge can make the next hypecoin. There is no innovation here. You can find prime numbers? a little different way? whoop-de-do.

How do you expect your coin to get passed the hype-trade?

The 3 major players are as follows:

BTC
LTC
PrimeCoin

That is it. Ride the hype! Go for it! make some money! but for long term investors? Like myself? NO THANKS.

Good Luck with your coin though. Really.
These type of coins are really really irritating!


This coin is as old as primecoin. It hasnt involved in a pump n dump scheme like primecoin though.

Bill Hicks was right about....everything
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September 25, 2018, 04:07:21 PM
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Yet another shit post, RIC is shit blah blah blah my post is super interesting

I call that déjà vu...

ughhhh. Not another Hype-Coin. Besides a tweak to the algorithm there is (yet again) nothing of real value with this new coin. Wow you can find prime numbers. PrimeCoin does that. Problem is everyone is scratching and scraping to get on the next "Bitcoin" so any new coin that gets released everyone and their grandmother jumps on it.

Sure, people will make money once accepted into exchanges but after x amount of time this coin will be like all the rest. Just a few pennies in a sea of endless alt coins.

This is part of the problem. Week after week anyone with a basic programming and marketing knowledge can make the next hypecoin. There is no innovation here. You can find prime numbers? a little different way? whoop-de-do.

How do you expect your coin to get passed the hype-trade?

The 3 major players are as follows:

BTC
LTC
PrimeCoin

That is it. Ride the hype! Go for it! make some money! but for long term investors? Like myself? NO THANKS.

Good Luck with your coin though. Really.
These type of coins are really really irritating!



Our developers do not need your stupid luck. Riecoin is a great investment for long term with more and more people working on the project every week.

In comparison, Litecoin is a pointless cryptocurrency with its now ASIC broken algorithm, Bitcoin is merely the frist one, and Primecoin is not more alive than Riecoin. Poloniex will regret delisting RIC.

Is this the correct forum to ask about the riecoin.org website?
It needs some serious updating.
For example several of the exchanges listed are no longer functioning.
Several of the links do not work.
Some of the listed forums are long since closed.
Overall just needs a review and update.

The official website is unfortunately obsolete and the founder is too lazy to update it. For now, you should only rely on the community posts. Be confident that someone will eventually create a new website that will replace riecoin.org, or that Gatra eventually gives the domain ownership to someone from the community.
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September 26, 2018, 01:58:40 PM
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For Bounty Hunters: I am now willing to donate 1000 RIC for the person who fixes this rieMiner issue elegantly. This offer will expire on October 8 2018 at 00:00 Zurich Timezone. It is currently about the price of one beer, but remember how much a pizza cost years ago... And who knows if this is just 2 lines to change, but I am currently too busy to look. After this deadline, the bounty will be reduced to 250 RIC and remain valid until the new wallet is officially updated, or until January 1 2019 at 00:00 Zurich Timezone if gatra never comes back.

Note that this bug is present since fastrie/xptMiner. Obviously, there must be no performance loss, you should benchmark before and after and compare before submitting the fix. And by elegantly, I mean, inter alia, a fix that is not just a workaround (you could for example compute 2 sieves and imitate the launching of 2 instances with less threads, but this is not worth any bounty).

The fix must also make Testnet mining work properly with any sieve size (in my 2700X, only about 25% of the CPU is used when mining at difficulty 304 using 16 threads!).

Registrations reopened at uBlock.it

Nice, I can now test your pool myself, thank you.

Riecoin - Mine prime constellations, not hashes, not memes!
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September 27, 2018, 04:46:53 AM
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I've submitted the riecoin 0.16.3 code on the riecointeam page.

https://github.com/riecointeam/riecoin

I'll remove my original code soon. I did my best to replace all bitcoin/btc with riecoin/ric in the executable and gui but I probably missed a couple.
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September 27, 2018, 06:39:21 PM
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For Bounty Hunters: I am now willing to donate 1000 RIC for the person who fixes this rieMiner issue elegantly. This offer will expire on October 8 2018 at 00:00 Zurich Timezone. It is currently about the price of one beer, but remember how much a pizza cost years ago... And who knows if this is just 2 lines to change, but I am currently too busy to look. After this deadline, the bounty will be reduced to 250 RIC and remain valid until the new wallet is officially updated, or until January 1 2019 at 00:00 Zurich Timezone if gatra never comes back.

Note that this bug is present since fastrie/xptMiner. Obviously, there must be no performance loss, you should benchmark before and after and compare before submitting the fix. And by elegantly, I mean, inter alia, a fix that is not just a workaround (you could for example compute 2 sieves and imitate the launching of 2 instances with less threads, but this is not worth any bounty).

The fix must also make Testnet mining work properly with any sieve size (in my 2700X, only about 25% of the CPU is used when mining at difficulty 304 using 16 threads!).

A couple thoughts. This sounds like the sieve might not be providing enough work to keep all the threads busy checking primes. You could try increasing the number of sieveWorkers. SieveSize could also possibly play a role. Things like memory cache usage become important. I'm not sure about the 2700X architecture but it's possible that the sieve workers need to be not just in different threads but different cores or specific cores in order to optimize performance.

As difficulty decreases, the sieve must perform faster and faster. At some point the sieve will be memory bandwidth limited and it still will not be fast enough to keep the prime checks going at 100%. At this point the only way to increase total system performance is to decrease the number of primes in the sieve. It's possible that the testnet difficulty is at this point.
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September 27, 2018, 07:20:15 PM
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I assume https://github.com/clo-prime/riecoin-0.16 is the latest we have? But I got errors when "make". I use ubuntu 18.04

./bignum.h: In function ‘bool operator>(const CBigNum&, const CBigNum&)’:
./bignum.h:658:83: error: cannot convert ‘const CBigNum*’ to ‘const BIGNUM* {aka const bignum_st*}’ for argument ‘1’ to ‘int BN_cmp(const BIGNUM*, const BIGNUM*)’
inline bool operator>(const CBigNum& a, const CBigNum& b) { return (BN_cmp(&a, &b) > 0); }
^
Makefile:5523: recipe for target 'libriecoin_server_a-blockencodings.o' failed

I found similar issue here: https://github.com/zcoinofficial/zcoin/ ... 00e585db3c

Seems to be compatibility with OpenSSL 1.1.0 and could be fixed by ~100 lines of change?

I think a android wallet is the most needed for ordinary users, maybe the next priority.

There was some discussion of this a couple pages back. I think PttnMe posted a work around of installing libssl1.0-dev.

There was also some discussion of replacing bignum with gmp but no conclusion. Maybe this is what I should work on next. It would probably only take a couple days.
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September 27, 2018, 07:46:37 PM
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We should start a list of additional testing that needs to be done on the 0.16.3 code.

For starters there are the softforks:
BIP65
BIP66
CSV - BIP68, BIP112, and BIP113
SegWit - BIP141, BIP143, and BIP147

What else?

Izknr - not sure if you've started on another project, but you can take on as much of this as you want.
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September 27, 2018, 07:57:01 PM
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the position of the coin looks promising perhaps in the future it will enter the top 10 coins. The development team is very promising to do everything for development
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October 02, 2018, 03:31:12 AM
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The 0.16 code doesn't allow any transactions including mining if the most recent downloaded block is more than a day old. This is fine for mainnet but can be a problem on testnet if no one has mined a block to it in a while. RieMiner will be unable to connect. To get around this use the option -maxtipage=time_in_seconds, where time_in_seconds is larger than the time to the most recent block. Again, this is only needed for testnet.
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October 03, 2018, 07:38:43 PM
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any chance ric back again a market?
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October 04, 2018, 07:22:56 AM
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any chance ric back again a market?
He's on market - check https://zapple.com/exchange Wink


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October 05, 2018, 01:35:27 AM
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So are you guys running with ,inasne # of threads or only one thread per CPU??

It's best to align instances and threads to each NUMA node from my experience.

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Last edit: October 05, 2018, 04:49:40 PM by IGJ
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Greetings,

To: PttnMe
Done some tests and here is what I found about the problem with many threads:
https://forum.riecoin-community.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=19

To: clo1
Couple of weeks ago made this patch:
http://download.riecoin-community.com/16.0/riecoind_16.0_openssl_1.1.patch.gz
At least the wallet can be compiled for openssl 1.1 or up. With it wallet can connect on testnet and all is fine but on mine net it have troubles, maybe I missed something. if you have time can check it. I will check it again but my time last weeks are very little.

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Send you PM on community board.

Ziiip is right working miner instances should be as much as numa nodes in the systems are and locked to each numa node. You can do this with command taskset under linux. On muticore CPUs maybe better will be to run one instance for each core and lock the entire process to one core (taskset under linux).
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