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Author Topic: [ANN] [BTQ] BitQuark | Super secure hashing | CPU mining  (Read 143280 times)
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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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March 21, 2014, 06:45:27 PM
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This is clearly the more active forum so I'll chime in here too, I guess. I too am more than just a little irritated with the monster GPU miners out there raping the coin to sell it off dirt cheap. All I can say is buy it from the rapists and then start to trade it. This coin has a future.

I love the new web site template previewed here but wonder what's taking so long? It's been promised "for the weekend" week after week. Come on, devs. It was a very shaky launch, to say the least. If you want to be taken seriously by the likes of Bill Still, you've got to get serious about meeting deadlines and polishing your image.

That's my 0.02 BTQ.

I do have a question, though. When a Linux wallet is run for the first time, a directory ~/.bitquark is created with the wallet.dat, peers, etc. Where do we place the bitquark.conf file and does it even make any difference in Linux?

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March 21, 2014, 09:04:59 PM
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Not sure what has happened to my guy that was building the website, but I've started where he left off. Hopefully I'll have it finished really soon. Here is a screen shots of what I have together so far. The website will have a built in pool & block explorer. As you can see in the header, it will display current info such as number of coins mined, difficulty, BTQ/BTC, and network hash rate.



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March 22, 2014, 10:08:04 AM
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Here's a preview of what the new site will look like and how the "header" panel displays BTQ info in real-time. Hope you guys like what we have so far.
http://107.170.17.20/index.php

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March 22, 2014, 02:10:14 PM
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That looks awesome! It's the professional look you need that people will be attracted to.

Sorry to be a pain but can I get an answer to the question about bitquark.conf location in Linux?

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March 22, 2014, 06:41:13 PM
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That looks awesome! It's the professional look you need that people will be attracted to.

Sorry to be a pain but can I get an answer to the question about bitquark.conf location in Linux?

The bitquark.conf file is in a hidden folder, you can get to it and edit it by running the following command:

nano ~/.bitquark/bitquark.conf


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March 22, 2014, 06:54:07 PM
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THAT'S what I needed!

I always browse in Thunar or Nautilus with files unhidden. I see the new hidden directory created on first run of the wallet. I just never could find anywhere that stated where the .conf file should be placedfor Linux, only winblows. It makes sense where it is, I just wanted to be certain.

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March 22, 2014, 08:58:34 PM
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No problem sir!

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March 23, 2014, 03:02:05 PM
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Any news about lazycoins or poloniex or new wallet or something else?

SmartPhone for 299 BTQ. PM =)
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March 23, 2014, 05:18:11 PM
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Here's a preview of what the new site will look like and how the "header" panel displays BTQ info in real-time. Hope you guys like what we have so far.
http://107.170.17.20/index.php

Looks good,

For the global hashrate calculation, I think, you should divde by 256 for quark algorithm.
and than, it will get the real number.

Such as

Diff : 233 x 16M / 30 sec = 124M


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March 23, 2014, 06:20:21 PM
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Here's a preview of what the new site will look like and how the "header" panel displays BTQ info in real-time. Hope you guys like what we have so far.
http://107.170.17.20/index.php

Looks good,

For the global hashrate calculation, I think, you should divde by 256 for quark algorithm.
and than, it will get the real number.

Such as

Diff : 233 x 16M / 30 sec = 124M



Ok I fixed the network hashrate in the daemon, so now it should be giving the correct value Smiley
Thanks for the heads up mkimid

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March 23, 2014, 08:39:08 PM
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Here's a preview of what the new site will look like and how the "header" panel displays BTQ info in real-time. Hope you guys like what we have so far.
http://107.170.17.20/index.php

Looks good,

For the global hashrate calculation, I think, you should divde by 256 for quark algorithm.
and than, it will get the real number.

Such as

Diff : 233 x 16M / 30 sec = 124M



Ok I fixed the network hashrate in the daemon, so now it should be giving the correct value Smiley
Thanks for the heads up mkimid

Quark is no more CPU only. It can be mined with GPU.
When I mine with i7-2600, i can get around 620kHs,
When I mine with 280x @1GHz, i can get around 3.2MHs,
So, I feel need to updates the intro and miner links,

And, how about apply a kind of anti-multi-pool or hit-and-run,

I feel some big hash is moving in and out depend on hash,
When Diff is low, they come and mining,
If diff is high, they leave to the other coin,

I feel it is the critical problem,
Because of it will reduce the practical rewards for the miner who is in this coin always,

Please consider it seriously,




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March 23, 2014, 08:46:05 PM
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Yea the week before BTQ's launch, there was a GPU miner released. Before that you could only solo-mine with GPU. At least BTQ is still ASIC resistant Smiley

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March 23, 2014, 09:42:06 PM
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I think this p2pool is down.
 Huh

http://btq.altcryptomining.com/

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March 24, 2014, 02:11:27 AM
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here's another node you can add to your bitquark.conf file:

addnode=107.170.17.20:9108

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March 24, 2014, 01:14:58 PM
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I worked on the new website all weekend and I should have it ready sometime this week! Smiley Only have 4 pages left to finish up.

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March 24, 2014, 01:36:10 PM
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I think this p2pool is down.
 Huh

http://btq.altcryptomining.com/
This is routine for altcrypto. He/she really must not know what they're doing. I bailed from there completely weeks ago after their third strike. It was not a mistake.

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March 24, 2014, 08:43:41 PM
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Vote for BTQ to be added to Nexxus, we are only 4 vote from first place https://features.nexxuscorp.com/coins

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