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November 25, 2020, 04:06:18 PM
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6) Is there any point in any of us actually mining when these are peoples STAKING rewards....(bearing in mind when the hashrate is below 10H/s and i am mining @ 20-30H/s and only get say 500-600 coins a day - most days is more like 200-300 coins)
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/cache/block.dws?422732.htm (486.353279 CACHE )
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/cache/block.dws?422716.htm (35,164.533266 CACHE

Look at that last stake 35000 coins in 1 day, thats like 30-40 days mining.

For me, 1st thing 1st....can you confirm i am on the correct chain (what is the seed node)
Then can you please look at the reward system....it seems to me it doesnt much matter if i mine with 5H/s or 50H/s i get virtually same random blocks....which is nuts, mining all day when wallet is locked for 60% of time seems very UN-enviromentally friendly, and the STAKING, well hows about higher interest rates for small pots and less for larger pots, at least just for a while to try and even out the "RICHLIST"
The 35000 coins STAKER has acheived that value ruffly each day this week, so thats heading towards 6 months worth of mining in 4 days....makes mining this coin completely pointless.

Also, if 1 miner is getting 35000coins+ a day, i can only imagine what will happen to the price if they dump them.....

Hope you have some good ideas cos this is about the only original coin still going...

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That is just the block of coins that staked. Whomever had that 35,000 coins only generated 0.871 CACHE for that transaction.

0.0 CACHE
Generation + Fees
Included in following transaction(s)
0.871052 CACHE

OK, happy to put my hand up and say i'm wrong, but thats even more confusing so 35000 coins only gets a stale of 0.87 coins, yet the few 1000 coins when it finally does stake gets me more like 10-20 coins....so confusing...

It depends on the age of the coins as well I believe, so if you wait 10 days and unlock your wallet then you get more than a 35K coin block that is constantly stake and it's looking that way.

So, rather than mine in 1 wallet and then send them to my staking wallet, you seem to be suggesting i will be better just mining and staking from the same wallet?

That wasn't what I implied, if you're sending the coins to a staking wallet then it will help keeping the new wallet.dat small. You probably get the same stake amount regardless.
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November 25, 2020, 04:15:03 PM
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6) Is there any point in any of us actually mining when these are peoples STAKING rewards....(bearing in mind when the hashrate is below 10H/s and i am mining @ 20-30H/s and only get say 500-600 coins a day - most days is more like 200-300 coins)
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/cache/block.dws?422732.htm (486.353279 CACHE )
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/cache/block.dws?422716.htm (35,164.533266 CACHE

Look at that last stake 35000 coins in 1 day, thats like 30-40 days mining.

For me, 1st thing 1st....can you confirm i am on the correct chain (what is the seed node)
Then can you please look at the reward system....it seems to me it doesnt much matter if i mine with 5H/s or 50H/s i get virtually same random blocks....which is nuts, mining all day when wallet is locked for 60% of time seems very UN-enviromentally friendly, and the STAKING, well hows about higher interest rates for small pots and less for larger pots, at least just for a while to try and even out the "RICHLIST"
The 35000 coins STAKER has acheived that value ruffly each day this week, so thats heading towards 6 months worth of mining in 4 days....makes mining this coin completely pointless.

Also, if 1 miner is getting 35000coins+ a day, i can only imagine what will happen to the price if they dump them.....

Hope you have some good ideas cos this is about the only original coin still going...

J


That is just the block of coins that staked. Whomever had that 35,000 coins only generated 0.871 CACHE for that transaction.

0.0 CACHE
Generation + Fees
Included in following transaction(s)
0.871052 CACHE

OK, happy to put my hand up and say i'm wrong, but thats even more confusing so 35000 coins only gets a stale of 0.87 coins, yet the few 1000 coins when it finally does stake gets me more like 10-20 coins....so confusing...

It depends on the age of the coins as well I believe, so if you wait 10 days and unlock your wallet then you get more than a 35K coin block that is constantly stake and it's looking that way.

So, rather than mine in 1 wallet and then send them to my staking wallet, you seem to be suggesting i will be better just mining and staking from the same wallet?

That wasn't what I implied, if you're sending the coins to a staking wallet then it will help keeping the new wallet.dat small. You probably get the same stake amount regardless.

No idea what you were trying to explain then, sorry.
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November 25, 2020, 04:26:38 PM
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That wasn't what I implied, if you're sending the coins to a staking wallet then it will help keeping the new wallet.dat small. You probably get the same stake amount regardless.

No idea what you were trying to explain then, sorry.
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Look for the Coin Age part here:
https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/proof-of-stake-explained
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January 20, 2021, 09:30:50 AM
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Hey guys

Is cachecoin still alive?

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January 20, 2021, 12:42:01 PM
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Hey guys

Is cachecoin still alive?

Yes. This is my hobby. Update coming soon.


'CACHE'Project == Non-standard solutions for POW-POS Wallets == POS and POW are separated (retarget(POW-15min, POS-10min) == A new algorithm for calculating
the difficulty (VALM-Cach(logical analysis, mathematically variable)) == Spam-Hash control function added == Subsidy algorithm modified (Inverted(min 40, max 80)).
https://github.com/DeffM/CACHeCoin == https://cach.digger.work == https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5062975.0
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March 20, 2021, 06:27:27 PM
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Hi guys,
Just noticed that some of you are selling cache very cheap....whilst i appreciate that we live in a free market space, can i just say, that this is one of only a handful of old, genuine small miner coins.
It has stood the test of time, and is a great starter coin for any newbie.
I really feel selling it off at under 10 sats is crazy....heck to be honest anything under 100 sats is mad.
Lets keep it unique, and cherish its value, better to promote its presence and build it, rather than let it die as a 1 sat coin.
If you think i'm mad...just take a look at 42 coin, its always around 3 BTC per coin, and was a simple "scrypt" mineable coin....
50-100 sats feels a good range for Cache....

Just my 2 cents worth
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March 30, 2021, 02:19:34 PM
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Hi guys,
Just noticed that some of you are selling cache very cheap....whilst i appreciate that we live in a free market space, can i just say, that this is one of only a handful of old, genuine small miner coins.
It has stood the test of time, and is a great starter coin for any newbie.
I really feel selling it off at under 10 sats is crazy....heck to be honest anything under 100 sats is mad.
Lets keep it unique, and cherish its value, better to promote its presence and build it, rather than let it die as a 1 sat coin.
If you think i'm mad...just take a look at 42 coin, its always around 3 BTC per coin, and was a simple "scrypt" mineable coin....
50-100 sats feels a good range for Cache....

Just my 2 cents worth

  Now POW mining is done by almost one person, using only the processors.

From the above -

86400 (sec) / 900 (interval) = 96 block

96 x ~50 = 4800 CACHE

4800 x 0.00000003 x 58000 = 8.352 $


'CACHE'Project == Non-standard solutions for POW-POS Wallets == POS and POW are separated (retarget(POW-15min, POS-10min) == A new algorithm for calculating
the difficulty (VALM-Cach(logical analysis, mathematically variable)) == Spam-Hash control function added == Subsidy algorithm modified (Inverted(min 40, max 80)).
https://github.com/DeffM/CACHeCoin == https://cach.digger.work == https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5062975.0
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March 30, 2021, 07:06:55 PM
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Hi guys,
Just noticed that some of you are selling cache very cheap....whilst i appreciate that we live in a free market space, can i just say, that this is one of only a handful of old, genuine small miner coins.
It has stood the test of time, and is a great starter coin for any newbie.
I really feel selling it off at under 10 sats is crazy....heck to be honest anything under 100 sats is mad.
Lets keep it unique, and cherish its value, better to promote its presence and build it, rather than let it die as a 1 sat coin.
If you think i'm mad...just take a look at 42 coin, its always around 3 BTC per coin, and was a simple "scrypt" mineable coin....
50-100 sats feels a good range for Cache....

Just my 2 cents worth

  Now POW mining is done by almost one person, using only the processors.

From the above -

86400 (sec) / 900 (interval) = 96 block

96 x ~50 = 4800 CACHE

4800 x 0.00000003 x 58000 = 8.352 $



LOL, I love your enthusiasm, BUT, mining this coins IS SO RANDOM...
Over the last 6-8 weeks i have managed to mine just under 100K, using 8 cores (ryzen 1800x the extra threads have zero impact on CACHE), and that was awesome.
I clearly was wining most blocks, most days. (Sorry to the other miners)
Then it all changed, and for all of March, i am lucky to get 10 blocks a day, so i assume the other guy is getting over 80, but its crap !!! Sometimes the nethash is 1-2h/s yet my 30H/s gets me zero blocks all day, then sometimes when the nethash is between 70-100h/s i get 10 blocks....
It is just so random to mine...and the POS simply doesn't work, or is way too complicated....with 100k coins i got nothing for weeks, then all of a sudden, i was getting more in stakes than mining, then for last 3 weeks, not 1 stake....
I guess i have mis-read things, but please make the POW and POS more staight forward.....might as well play darts with my eyes closed......

It also desperately needs a pool, cos its either win a bock or lose a block at the moment, and with literally 2-3 of us minnig it, 1 of us is winining hugely disproportionate amounts,a nd the other miners really are simply wasting their time.....
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April 02, 2021, 11:06:29 PM
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Hi guys,
Just noticed that some of you are selling cache very cheap....whilst i appreciate that we live in a free market space, can i just say, that this is one of only a handful of old, genuine small miner coins.
It has stood the test of time, and is a great starter coin for any newbie.
I really feel selling it off at under 10 sats is crazy....heck to be honest anything under 100 sats is mad.
Lets keep it unique, and cherish its value, better to promote its presence and build it, rather than let it die as a 1 sat coin.
If you think i'm mad...just take a look at 42 coin, its always around 3 BTC per coin, and was a simple "scrypt" mineable coin....
50-100 sats feels a good range for Cache....

Just my 2 cents worth

  Now POW mining is done by almost one person, using only the processors.

From the above -

86400 (sec) / 900 (interval) = 96 block

96 x ~50 = 4800 CACHE

4800 x 0.00000003 x 58000 = 8.352 $


Deff, what is the next for cachecoin? This season after Bitcoin halving was good for every altcoin, but Cache. If the price doesnt grow obviously Cache would be died to the next season. It would be good to list cachecoin on the most popular exchanges. Now we standing on the same place. In 2017 Cache were on several exchanges, and it had a good effect. Listing it on Yobit or Binance for example will overturn this situation. Now it seems like long cryptofuneral.

P.S. I couldn't contact to you via telegram
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May 04, 2021, 07:48:32 PM
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UP !
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May 05, 2021, 08:44:39 AM
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Looks like the chain is stuck

I'm on block 451589 have been for last 3-4 days
216863 without block (POW) secs
328632 without block (POS) secs

Is there still an explorer for this coin?

Can anyone fix this please.

Thanks
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May 11, 2021, 01:20:27 PM
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It all seems to be working.

 explorer requires payment , it was paid until February 2021. If anyone is ready to share in the payment for one year, we need to cooperate

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May 25, 2021, 05:50:04 PM
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I tried to download different wallets from the website and from github as well, none connect successfully to be able to create addresses and withdraw 10,000 coins to my wallet. Until now still Out of sync! How to fix that and connect or bootstrap at least ?

Any help appreciated!! I need to withdraw my coins before its too late!
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May 25, 2021, 06:12:23 PM
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I just need to open QT client to connect wallet and send my coins but its out of sync all the time! is there speciall ports or configuration ?
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May 29, 2021, 12:12:28 AM
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Now after I finally got the romaing folder from another member , can not open the client keep giving me error opening block database ...I tried -reindex but nothing .. Any ideas would be really appreciated!
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