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Author Topic: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining  (Read 162265 times)
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March 14, 2014, 01:38:34 PM
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I'm in!!!

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March 18, 2014, 05:33:37 AM
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where is everybody?
coin is dead Huh
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March 18, 2014, 10:55:29 AM
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Im still hashing away.

BTC: 1VenusEubcLC9W7ykckHbdEzo5MVhPmCb
NXT: 15182624396855992605
BTQ: 14b2QFPwFtBC3tcRW9F61aaRXP2ns3fh1m
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March 18, 2014, 12:12:19 PM
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Still hashing away also....I think everyone is just laying low and mining til a better exchange adds BTQ...aka BTer, Cryptsy, etc.

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March 18, 2014, 09:57:53 PM
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I quit since its not cpu-only anymore Sad
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March 18, 2014, 10:32:21 PM
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Like I was saying in an earlier post, there's no such thing as a CPU only coin. It's just a matter of converting CPU code to GPU code. The ONLY and I mean ONLY way to really made a coin CPU only is to go closed source!

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March 18, 2014, 10:54:09 PM
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I see, I need to acquire a graphic card.
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March 18, 2014, 10:59:48 PM
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There are ways to ban GPU's from mining on pools though. For example, GPU's are banned at this pool https://cpu-pool.net/btq/index.php

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March 19, 2014, 12:39:42 AM
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I quit since its not cpu-only anymore Sad

There were Quark GPU miners before BTQ launch, so it's been never a CPU only coin.
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March 20, 2014, 01:05:19 AM
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Dear Dev, any updates on this coin ?

Personally, i like this coin because of much much longer half life,
And, it makes really fair chance to mine thus coin for everybody,
The other quark base coins are not, just good for small number of persons,

But, recently, Probe got most of hash power in quark world,

I hope you can prepare an way to shows the advantage of this coin,


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March 20, 2014, 01:36:13 AM
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Dear Dev, any updates on this coin ?

Personally, i like this coin because of much much longer half life,
And, it makes really fair chance to mine thus coin for everybody,
The other quark base coins are not, just good for small number of persons,

But, recently, Probe got most of hash power in quark world,

I hope you can prepare an way to shows the advantage of this coin,



When I sat down in front of my computer to create BitQuark, I had two main objectives:
1) Create a fast secure coin and the quark algorithm had that.
2) Create a coin that would be distributed equally and have a long life before halving.

Currently we are working behind the scene with building a new website with a MPOS pool, block explorer, paper wallet generator, Android app, and submitting BTQ to numerous exchanges and setting up outlets to accept BTQ. we are also looking at developing a new redesigned client with lots of awesome features.

If there's anything you guys would like to see, just leave your comments on here and we will see what we can do.

Also I have setup a BTQ account for bounties and we are now taking donations. Any amount of BTQ would greatly appreciated. Donations can be sent to the following BTQ address: 15s8MhYjHrCb529Wzm7TnYNjYEeAK4mZan

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev

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March 20, 2014, 02:14:12 AM
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Dear Dev, any updates on this coin ?

Personally, i like this coin because of much much longer half life,
And, it makes really fair chance to mine thus coin for everybody,
The other quark base coins are not, just good for small number of persons,

But, recently, Probe got most of hash power in quark world,

I hope you can prepare an way to shows the advantage of this coin,



When I sat down in front of my computer to create BitQuark, I had two main objectives:
1) Create a fast secure coin and the quark algorithm had that.
2) Create a coin that would be distributed equally and have a long life before halving.

Currently we are working behind the scene with building a new website with a MPOS pool, block explorer, paper wallet generator, Android app, and submitting BTQ to numerous exchanges and setting up outlets to accept BTQ. we are also looking at developing a new redesigned client with lots of awesome features.

If there's anything you guys would like to see, just leave your comments on here and we will see what we can do.

Also I have setup a BTQ account for bounties and we are now taking donations. Any amount of BTQ would greatly appreciated. Donations can be sent to the following BTQ address: 15s8MhYjHrCb529Wzm7TnYNjYEeAK4mZan

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


Dear Dev

How about you got the hash donation instead of coin ?
I can donate 600kHz for 1 weeks (using p2pool)


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March 20, 2014, 04:04:07 AM
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A friend of mine is working on a site for world users to buy and sell items for crypto currencies locally.  Coins supported are currently BTC, LTC, QRK and EBT.

Maybe they could include support for BTQ if there's enough people willing to sell stuff for BTQ?

How many BTQ do you think that old guitar sitting in your garage that you never play is worth?

Just an idea to help get BTQ more exposure.

BTQ:  17NEp7WtUZt4V5RiFP6YHxD1hcte7U3sB8
LTC:  LeyXcTFxC5Ku3KDUyhwDHtLko1JwChd99h
FTC:  6n56LJKYrdgmsougCCjenLFtpPTcjFQ829
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March 20, 2014, 09:21:20 AM
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Come and join the original and best bitquark pool.
We have been hashing away since release!
http://btq.altcryptomining.com
P2Pool
Point your miners to: minerd -a quark -o p2pool.altcryptomining.com:8112 -u (your BTQ wallet address) -p (anything you like, it doesn't matter)
No annoying email verifications
No expired tokens
just 100% working payouts straight to your wallet

Please come and join us!

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March 20, 2014, 04:45:20 PM
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Dear Dev, any updates on this coin ?

Personally, i like this coin because of much much longer half life,
And, it makes really fair chance to mine thus coin for everybody,
The other quark base coins are not, just good for small number of persons,

But, recently, Probe got most of hash power in quark world,

I hope you can prepare an way to shows the advantage of this coin,



When I sat down in front of my computer to create BitQuark, I had two main objectives:
1) Create a fast secure coin and the quark algorithm had that.
2) Create a coin that would be distributed equally and have a long life before halving.

Currently we are working behind the scene with building a new website with a MPOS pool, block explorer, paper wallet generator, Android app, and submitting BTQ to numerous exchanges and setting up outlets to accept BTQ. we are also looking at developing a new redesigned client with lots of awesome features.

If there's anything you guys would like to see, just leave your comments on here and we will see what we can do.

Also I have setup a BTQ account for bounties and we are now taking donations. Any amount of BTQ would greatly appreciated. Donations can be sent to the following BTQ address: 15s8MhYjHrCb529Wzm7TnYNjYEeAK4mZan

Thanks,
BitQuark Dev


Dear Dev

How about you got the hash donation instead of coin ?
I can donate 600kHz for 1 weeks (using p2pool)



Thanks for the donations! They are rolling in from your hashing!

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March 20, 2014, 04:46:01 PM
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A friend of mine is working on a site for world users to buy and sell items for crypto currencies locally.  Coins supported are currently BTC, LTC, QRK and EBT.

Maybe they could include support for BTQ if there's enough people willing to sell stuff for BTQ?

How many BTQ do you think that old guitar sitting in your garage that you never play is worth?

Just an idea to help get BTQ more exposure.

Oh kool that would definitely be a good starting point!

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March 20, 2014, 08:43:52 PM
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Thanks for the donations! They are rolling in from your hashing!

Acutally,
I am mining with GPU,

How about putting the donation function into the wallet ?
If user select the checkbox, automatically, donate CPU hashing power to the developer.
and, you can make a developer pool, and connected on the pool automatically.

I feel, it can be work, and it can help to developer to support more time on the coin,

 

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March 20, 2014, 08:48:54 PM
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Thanks for the donations! They are rolling in from your hashing!

Acutally,
I am mining with GPU,

How about putting the donation function into the wallet ?
If user select the checkbox, automatically, donate CPU hashing power to the developer.
and, you can make a developer pool, and connected on the pool automatically.

I feel, it can be work, and it can help to developer to support more time on the coin,

 


That's a really good idea, I'll look into doing that. The 1% fee from the pool that's going to be on the main website will all go towards development also.

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March 21, 2014, 01:45:26 AM
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BitQuark comparison to Bitcoin SHA256 & Bitcoin Scrypt:

BTC:

21 Million coins
10 min. block time
50 coins per block
CPU, GPU, ASIC mined

BTC-S:

21 Million coins
2.5 min block time
50 coins per block (200 coins every 10 mins.)
CPU, GPU, ASIC mined

BTQ:

21 Million coins + 105k annually after initial mining has completed
30 sec block time
2.5 coins per block (50 coins every 10 mins)
CPU, GPU mined, ASIC resistant

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March 21, 2014, 03:56:23 PM
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Vote to have BTQ added to the Comkort exchange https://comkort.com/vote/#BTQ

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