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October 14, 2014, 05:05:41 AM
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BitQuark Phase II Coming Soon!!!


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October 14, 2014, 11:31:15 PM
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Anyone know of a good faucet php script that will work for BTQ?  We're planning to install faucet support for coinlocator.org

I might have a plain old basic php faucet script that works with BTQ...just gotta figure out where I put it. When I find it, I'll PM you


Thanks, but we got it.  We're going to set up a custom system that works for all the supported coins the same way.  It's not what I ideally want for it, but it works.

I have no idea what's going on with the guy who paid for the cryptofleamarket.  The BTQ version is working but it's missing a lot of content and the guy who paid for it isn't responding.  The LTC version works as well, but again, no response to our questions and approvals.  Usually my clients disappear after the site's are done and before they pay, not after they pay and before the sites are done.

I for one am enjoying bitquark.  I'm beginning to think more people in my area know what it is than they do bitcoin!
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October 15, 2014, 02:57:11 AM
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There's been a lot of active on C-Cex over the past 24 hours. Somebody is making some pretty massive buys! I guess they are getting ready for Phase II of BTQ Development...which includes the BTQ Auction Site!

I've been buying some. It seems like BTQ has something most other coins don't, a non-technical fan base and development support.  What are you up to like 4 fan sites on facebook?

Almost all the other coins I see are primarily miners stockpiling and hoping to make a profit on them. 

I've never seen a hot girl show support doge coin, litecoin or quark. 

Maybe 100 to 150 coins came out at the beginning of the year and most are dying off, bitquark sure seems like it's growing.

It's a shame all the people who got screwed over at Quarkbar and Entropybit didn't adopt bitquark instead of trying to save those dead coins.



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October 15, 2014, 05:10:12 PM
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This Friday a few of us are getting together for an in person bitquark blackjack tourney thanks to the dev getting us Android wallets!  Who needs mining equipment when you can count cards.

We got the blackjack and liqour, just need someone to supply the hookers!

BTQ:  1PnbSJxBYC2Vb9obpoUGwvfUHyuWYFGBH2
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October 16, 2014, 03:45:17 PM
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This Friday a few of us are getting together for an in person bitquark blackjack tourney thanks to the dev getting us Android wallets!  Who needs mining equipment when you can count cards.

We got the blackjack and liqour, just need someone to supply the hookers!


lol hookers huh?

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October 17, 2014, 12:59:41 AM
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This Friday a few of us are getting together for an in person bitquark blackjack tourney thanks to the dev getting us Android wallets!  Who needs mining equipment when you can count cards.

We got the blackjack and liqour, just need someone to supply the hookers!


lol hookers huh?

Bitquark Blackjack and Hookers!  Bender approved!  Tomorrow 7 to 8 at the Sheridan Ocean Club commons room.  It's only 3 of us local bitquarkers right now, but I got a friend from work interested.  Hell if I have to give him a few btq, as long as he downloads the mobile wallet and get's into it!


BTQ:  1PnbSJxBYC2Vb9obpoUGwvfUHyuWYFGBH2
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October 20, 2014, 03:30:06 AM
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I've setup an additional BTQ Pool for GPU miners located here http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
I'd like to keep the BTQ Pool located at http://pool.bitquark.info for CPU's only.

GPU Miners : http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
CPU Miners : http://pool.bitquark.info

Thanks,
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October 22, 2014, 02:39:37 PM
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Just traded some hours between some exchange and crypto and got almost BTC for nothing. More precisely made from 0.08 BTC. It was fun. Later, exchanging crypto to real money and real money to beer I had some vision, how to make crypto mainstream... ot let's say more usable. I was watching BTC/BTQ market at C-Cex exchange and thinking about BTQ future, after very very long waiting for real money to arrive...

Visa » Gross Profit : $10.67 billion   (12 months ending Jun 30, 2014)
Gross profit is Net Sales, or Revenue, minus the cost of goods sold.
* - from http://www.wikinvest.com/stock/Visa_(V)/Data/Gross_Profit
* - Let's see VISA as example
VISA is just payment platform, with currencies-as-plugins. Very old and faulty, deffective platform. Very slow operating (try to send some money to other continents and let's see when they really get the money) and time consuming. Everyday massive card fraud, identity theft etc...
Today's world needs better platform.
Today's world has better currencies. Better currencies don't have value, because they don't have platform where to function currencies-as-plugins and obtain some value, stability and perspective.
Who needs cryptocurrency? I don't need. I have cash, Visa, Mastercard, local bank debitcard and can get Americanexpress the moment if I need. If I someday some reason need to buy drugs or arms, I buy for cash, everything other is too risky, including crypto.
Who needs cryptocurrency with payment platform? I need. I prefer to pay for tickets, parking etc and to pay in supermarket and stores with fast, secure crypto through my NFC enabled mobile phone app. I can sell computers/components, cars, potatoes or whatever in any place with NFC enabled POS software installed to my mobile phone. I don't need to buy card terminals, printers and other stuff for selling/invoicing, just my mobile phone and app with some cryptocurrencies-as-plugins.
It is even possible to satisfy tax agencies and State with included invoicing, taxing and other features, which may needed for different States and Governments proper functioning. And it is possible to retain all anonymity, security, privacy and other things to preserve Human Rights.
What we got today? Some weird race for weed and drugs, massive pumps and dumps, abandoned cryptos, people really or pretending thinking they can stay alive and invent "new money" for buying drugs and tanks on the massive scale, not paying even taxes... I see the answer here is "almost nothing, just some initial beta-tested algoritms for future".

Auction Site is necessary step on the way, but there is need of wallet-POS-invoicing-taxing modular system on the way to grow and evolve to real usable currency. Yes, there is "little" some thousand billion real currency items contrapower (with fire) on the way to evolve... but one knows - with zen and tao, with patience and determination... there is nothing which can resist.

Nothing personal, just ideas to throw away.
( had well-known and studied impossible-coexistence-issue with ideas and beer inside... )
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October 23, 2014, 12:47:13 AM
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Need of wallet-POS-invoicing-taxing modular system on the way to grow and evolve to real usable currency.
( had well-known and studied impossible-coexistence-issue with ideas and beer inside... )
Jfk

Jayfek, from the way I read your post I believe you were pretty drunk of your BTQ profits when you wrote it, but I think we all agree with you.

Right now, Bitcoin is the only coin with any kind of serious infrastructure, but BitQuark is growing.

What we have:

1. A dedicated community of ACTIVE users.  People who are already using the coin to do things (buy stuff with it, sell stuff for it, gamble with it...I was at the blackjack party with Mr. B, Mike D. Trebor and some others and it was really fun meeting.)

2. A very dedicated coin developer.

3. People looking for new ways to innovate with and make BitQuark usable.  One of the people at the blackjack party grows organic vegetables and sells them for BitQuark exclusively.  Now, when I'm in his area I plan to stop by and pick up some lettuce heads and tomatoes, which I will buy with BitQuark.

4. A loose infrasturcture for buying and selling stuff.  The devs auction site looks like it's close, there's already a site to list stuff for bitquark (btq.cryptofleamarket.com) which doesn't look like it's finished, but it does work.

5. PROFITS.  As you already said, BTQ trading on exchanges is profitable.  I've made nearly 0.3 BTC off of trading BTQ since it came out.  True that's not a lot compared with Visa's $10.67 billion but Visa's been around for 50+ years while bitquark hasn't even been out 1 year.

So I agree we need a lot more infrastructure and more people thinking of ways to develop uses for bitquark, but I have faith.  The one thing I see different about BTQ than all the other coins (except bitcoin) is that people want to use it, not just sell it for profit.

BTQ:  17NEp7WtUZt4V5RiFP6YHxD1hcte7U3sB8
LTC:  LeyXcTFxC5Ku3KDUyhwDHtLko1JwChd99h
FTC:  6n56LJKYrdgmsougCCjenLFtpPTcjFQ829
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October 23, 2014, 02:06:42 AM
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I've setup an additional BTQ Pool for GPU miners located here http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
I'd like to keep the BTQ Pool located at http://pool.bitquark.info for CPU's only.

GPU Miners : http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
CPU Miners : http://pool.bitquark.info

Thanks,
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The Catalyst drivers for Linux are up to 14.9 now. Has this been tested with the new sgminer? or should I focus mainly on the 14.4 release?

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October 23, 2014, 12:06:10 PM
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I've setup an additional BTQ Pool for GPU miners located here http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
I'd like to keep the BTQ Pool located at http://pool.bitquark.info for CPU's only.

GPU Miners : http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
CPU Miners : http://pool.bitquark.info

Thanks,
BTQ Dev
The Catalyst drivers for Linux are up to 14.9 now. Has this been tested with the new sgminer? or should I focus mainly on the 14.4 release?

It works great with 14.9 drivers. That's what I'm running it with, no problems at all and getting great hashrates.

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October 23, 2014, 10:54:05 PM
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I've setup an additional BTQ Pool for GPU miners located here http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
I'd like to keep the BTQ Pool located at http://pool.bitquark.info for CPU's only.

GPU Miners : http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
CPU Miners : http://pool.bitquark.info

Thanks,
BTQ Dev
The Catalyst drivers for Linux are up to 14.9 now. Has this been tested with the new sgminer? or should I focus mainly on the 14.4 release?

It works great with 14.9 drivers. That's what I'm running it with, no problems at all and getting great hashrates.
Okay. Bye bye 14.10. Hello 14.9?. I'll keep you posted! If it blows up IT'S YOUR FAULT!

EDIT: Wait just one second! It looks like I'm already running one version newer than the current release! My catalyst control center says I'm using driver 14.10.1006-140417a-171101C? I'm confused.

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October 23, 2014, 11:02:20 PM
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I've setup an additional BTQ Pool for GPU miners located here http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
I'd like to keep the BTQ Pool located at http://pool.bitquark.info for CPU's only.

GPU Miners : http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
CPU Miners : http://pool.bitquark.info

Thanks,
BTQ Dev
The Catalyst drivers for Linux are up to 14.9 now. Has this been tested with the new sgminer? or should I focus mainly on the 14.4 release?

It works great with 14.9 drivers. That's what I'm running it with, no problems at all and getting great hashrates.
Okay. Bye bye 14.10. Hello 14.19. I'll keep you posted! If it blows up IT'S YOUR FAULT!

lol ok...I upgraded from 12.xx to 14.19 and my hashrate went from 2MH/s to 2.5MH/s with Intensity set at 13 per-card. So that's a pretty nice improvement :-)

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October 23, 2014, 11:23:19 PM
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I've setup an additional BTQ Pool for GPU miners located here http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
I'd like to keep the BTQ Pool located at http://pool.bitquark.info for CPU's only.

GPU Miners : http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
CPU Miners : http://pool.bitquark.info

Thanks,
BTQ Dev
The Catalyst drivers for Linux are up to 14.9 now. Has this been tested with the new sgminer? or should I focus mainly on the 14.4 release?

It works great with 14.9 drivers. That's what I'm running it with, no problems at all and getting great hashrates.
Okay. Bye bye 14.10. Hello 14.19. I'll keep you posted! If it blows up IT'S YOUR FAULT!

lol ok...I upgraded from 12.xx to 14.19 and my hashrate went from 2MH/s to 2.5MH/s with Intensity set at 13 per-card. So that's a pretty nice improvement :-)
Okay, I straightened out my confusion. Apparently fglrx is 14.10 and the version I'm using is 14.4. The sgminer download link was a winblows binary but I found the source code link to github. Going to try and build it on Xubuntu 12.04. Trusty is still not too trustworthy.

BTQ or BTC - 2 algos, one address - 1MKQa5w6yFcvGo9Q4BTPQq7CpPJvrXnxEX
BTQ is BTC on steroids. Always has been superior. Always will be superior. Get onboard at BitQuark.info
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October 24, 2014, 12:16:45 AM
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I've setup an additional BTQ Pool for GPU miners located here http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
I'd like to keep the BTQ Pool located at http://pool.bitquark.info for CPU's only.

GPU Miners : http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php
CPU Miners : http://pool.bitquark.info

Thanks,
BTQ Dev
The Catalyst drivers for Linux are up to 14.9 now. Has this been tested with the new sgminer? or should I focus mainly on the 14.4 release?

It works great with 14.9 drivers. That's what I'm running it with, no problems at all and getting great hashrates.
Okay. Bye bye 14.10. Hello 14.19. I'll keep you posted! If it blows up IT'S YOUR FAULT!

lol ok...I upgraded from 12.xx to 14.19 and my hashrate went from 2MH/s to 2.5MH/s with Intensity set at 13 per-card. So that's a pretty nice improvement :-)
Okay, I straightened out my confusion. Apparently fglrx is 14.10 and the version I'm using is 14.4. The sgminer download link was a winblows binary but I found the source code link to github. Going to try and build it on Xubuntu 12.04. Trusty is still not too trustworthy.


Kool deal...after you get it setup, come on over to the GPU pool and help me out with mining some good ol' BTQ's Smiley

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October 24, 2014, 01:23:59 AM
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lol ok...I upgraded from 12.xx to 14.19 and my hashrate went from 2MH/s to 2.5MH/s with Intensity set at 13 per-card. So that's a pretty nice improvement :-)
Okay, I straightened out my confusion. Apparently fglrx is 14.10 and the version I'm using is 14.4. The sgminer download link was a winblows binary but I found the source code link to github. Going to try and build it on Xubuntu 12.04. Trusty is still not too trustworthy.


Kool deal...after you get it setup, come on over to the GPU pool and help me out with mining some good ol' BTQ's Smiley
sph-sgminer 4.1.153 remains at the same rate with the new ATI driver but I've got a 27% increase in hash rate right out of the gate with the new miner and all the same parameters I was using before. Simply awesome! I wonder if there's more to be gained by going through the optimization procedure from soup to nuts again or just let it go as is?

So you need some help, eay? Hmmmmm. I'll have to think about that. Been doing pretty well solo.  Grin

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October 24, 2014, 02:02:21 AM
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Oh, okay, I'll come play in your sandbox for a while. LOL!

No --difficulty-multiplier I take it?

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October 24, 2014, 02:08:22 AM
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Oh, okay, I'll come play in your sandbox for a while. LOL!

No --difficulty-multiplier I take it?

That's right, on the GPU pool there's no need for the difficulty-multiplier Smiley

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October 24, 2014, 04:54:57 AM
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I have at BAT file available for download with a good configuration for SGMiner located on the "Getting Started" page http://104.131.69.47/pools/btq/index.php?page=gettingstarted

This is whats in the BAT file. It's for AMD R9-280X GPU's:
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set GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
set GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
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sgminer -k quarkcoin -o stratum+tcp://104.131.69.47:6010 -u Weblogin.WorkerName -p pass -I 13 --gpu-powertune -10 --no-submit-stale --auto-fan -s 1 -E 1 --remove-disabled --gpu-platform 0 --shaders 2048,2048,2048,2048 --lookup-gap 2 -g 1 -w 128 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-memclock 1500,1500,1500,1500 --gpu-engine 1100,1100,1100,1100

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October 25, 2014, 01:10:16 PM
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Ever since ccminer 1.0 came out and the nVidia camp was boasting of their great conquest I've been GPU mining solo with two GT640 at about 750Kh/s ea. I'd like to know if v1.2 is any faster so last night I asked the question over in that thread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg9320443#msg9320443  Totally ignored, it's already buried with posts from all the script kiddies obsessed with making, pumping, dumping and abandoning more and more shitcoins. Are they really making any money doing that? Don't they understand how much more harm than good they leave in their wake with the damage they inflict on the public image of crypto currency in general? Angry

{sigh} Rant over. Anyone else mining with ccminer/nVidia that can shed any light on my question?

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