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May 15, 2014, 04:50:17 PM
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May 15, 2014, 04:51:13 PM
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not sure if you guys have heard of coinmarketcap.com , but I sent in an application to them so that they can add bitquark to their site.

i was thinking we have to low volume to add it now to look good for us, maybe we should go into it after volume and market cap will be higher, but maybe i am wrong, so sorry for mistake then:)

i use this site, but never take interest in coins from the list below 30th, we will be now around 200th place with market cap and volume as today, but as i said maybe i am wrong

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May 15, 2014, 07:42:11 PM
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I'm looking to expand the BTQ Development Team. Here's what I'm looking for:

  • Video Team - People who can make promotional video and graphics.
  • Client Development Team - People with a good knowledge/understanding of BTQ client GUI and coding.
  • Web Development Team - People with knowledge or website design, HTML, PHP, SQL, XML, etc.

If you would like to join the BitQuark Development Team, you can contact me via email at BitQuarkCoin@gmail.com or post on this thread.
Thanks,
BitQuark Dev

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May 15, 2014, 07:52:26 PM
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Howdy, folks.
I'm just getting started on mining in BTQ, and I was hoping if y'all could answer a couple of quick questions.

1)  Is there a "known good" CentOS build procedure?  I took a shot at getting the Github BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 to build on CentOS release 5.10 and it's not playing well.

2)  I've got a miner set up on my relatively capable gaming PC, and pooling via btq.ext-pool.net.  It's 3-core Atlalon IIX3 445 (3.1Ghz); I'm CPU mining.  However, all I seem to be seeing on my dashboard at ext-pool is "0 BTQ / Immature" ... no payouts have landed at my waller.  Am I reading that wrong, or after 12h of mining am I still chewing on unverified chains?

3)  Because of the company I run, I have several "headless" servers that a CPU-mined coin like BTQ is very interesting to me.  Can anyone recommend a CPU-based BTQ miner that is "known good" on CentOS 5 or 6?  I'll likely have at least one "permanent / public" node up at all times if I can get this working.

Shoutouts to BitQuark & ZeroFossilFuels ... thanks very much for all you're doing in your respective spaces.
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May 16, 2014, 12:55:57 AM
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Thanks, Michel. I have tried installing the daemon on CentOS 6.5 that I put on my wife's laptop only because it was the only linux OS that had native support for the Broadcom wireless adapter in it. PIMA, really. The install attempt was a complete bust for me but I'm no wiz when it comes to Linux. I barely scrape by.

I had played with Red Hat a long time ago when I was first testing the Linux waters to ween myself away from winblows. It's not nearly as consumer friendly as Ubuntu and other Debian derivatives. I gave up on it. If you succeed I hope you'll post the method you used. You'll probably have to wait for .deb installers and convert to .rpm for CentOS unless you can take the source code and make .deb yourself.

Best of luck!

Why would someone go on the exchange and sell for half the current price? Damn dumpers...smh
A lot of very short sighted children playing this game right now. Very soon they will see the error of their ways. Thankfully they have very short attention spans.

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May 16, 2014, 01:50:52 PM
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2)  I've got a miner set up on my relatively capable gaming PC, and pooling via btq.ext-pool.net.  It's 3-core Athalon IIX3 445 (3.1Ghz); I'm CPU mining.  However, all I seem to be seeing on my dashboard at ext-pool is "0 BTQ / Immature" ... no payouts have landed at my wallet.  Am I reading that wrong, or after 12h of mining am I still chewing on unverified chains?

Answering my own post here, but I wanted to let folks know that the first payments from btq.ext-pool.net arrived late last night.  So, it took nearly 36h of mining before I had been in the pool for a full round and thus got counted in on the shares. 

So, for anyone else new and just getting started, just be patient and let it run.  Expect a 1 to 2 day "donation window" of mining before you get into a round.  Even with three miners accounting for ~75% of a block by themselves, there is still room for the "little guy" chewing some spare cycles on his PC.  Doing nothing more than "small and idle" mining on my system, this morning there was 2.5BTQ waiting for me. 

The reality check on that statement is that 1BTQ = $0.01USD as of this morning.  Like any other Crypto Coin, this is not a "get rich for nothing" arrangement.
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May 16, 2014, 01:58:35 PM
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Thanks, Michel. I have tried installing the daemon on CentOS 6.5 that I put on my wife's laptop only because it was the only linux OS that had native support for the Broadcom wireless adapter in it. PIMA, really. The install attempt was a complete bust for me but I'm no wiz when it comes to Linux. I barely scrape by.

I had played with Red Hat a long time ago when I was first testing the Linux waters to ween myself away from winblows. It's not nearly as consumer friendly as Ubuntu and other Debian derivatives. I gave up on it. If you succeed I hope you'll post the method you used. You'll probably have to wait for .deb installers and convert to .rpm for CentOS unless you can take the source code and make .deb yourself.

Best of luck!

Good morning, Z!

Thanks for the reply.  I'll keep messing with it and I'll post if / when I hit some success.  I have a battery of xeon-based video conferencing servers that sit idle 8h plus a development server that is low-load about 20h a day that I CPU miner or even a wallet miner could likely do OK on.  I'll see if I can't come up with an install how-to for CentOS and post it up where folks can try/ verify it.

I agree that RH/Cent are behind the curve on end-user ergonomics.  They are really more focused on the business server side of things.  If you want to spin up a good Linux desktop experience "easily" then Ubuntu is absolutely the way to go.

TTFN and "Keep On Mining"  Smiley
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May 16, 2014, 03:18:25 PM
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Are the stats for this pool https://cpu-pool.net/btq/ accurate? 14 mh/s really only get you 2.349 BTQ daily?
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May 16, 2014, 03:31:25 PM
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Looking to buy 2k-20k BTQ, please PM offers

Everything is energy, even mass, first of all mass

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May 16, 2014, 03:37:23 PM
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Are the stats for this pool https://cpu-pool.net/btq/ accurate? 14 mh/s really only get you 2.349 BTQ daily?

The hashrate is accurate, but the estimated payout on the "pool" page isn't accurate at all.

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May 16, 2014, 03:38:53 PM
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Howdy, folks.
I'm just getting started on mining in BTQ, and I was hoping if y'all could answer a couple of quick questions.

1)  Is there a "known good" CentOS build procedure?  I took a shot at getting the Github BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 to build on CentOS release 5.10 and it's not playing well.

2)  I've got a miner set up on my relatively capable gaming PC, and pooling via btq.ext-pool.net.  It's 3-core Atlalon IIX3 445 (3.1Ghz); I'm CPU mining.  However, all I seem to be seeing on my dashboard at ext-pool is "0 BTQ / Immature" ... no payouts have landed at my waller.  Am I reading that wrong, or after 12h of mining am I still chewing on unverified chains?

3)  Because of the company I run, I have several "headless" servers that a CPU-mined coin like BTQ is very interesting to me.  Can anyone recommend a CPU-based BTQ miner that is "known good" on CentOS 5 or 6?  I'll likely have at least one "permanent / public" node up at all times if I can get this working.

Shoutouts to BitQuark & ZeroFossilFuels ... thanks very much for all you're doing in your respective spaces.

Thanks Michel. I'm somewhat new to Linux and I have really only used Ubuntu. If I can find any helpful info, I'll post it on here for you.

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May 16, 2014, 03:41:59 PM
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Are the stats for this pool https://cpu-pool.net/btq/ accurate? 14 mh/s really only get you 2.349 BTQ daily?

Well, I'm running between 80 and 150 Kh/s and during USA daylight hours, that's not enough to hit a payout.  I was processing fast enough between about midnight ADT to about 11am ADT to hit 3 BTQ ... but once the mid-west woke up, I'm not hashing fast enough to register.

So, AVG(80,150) = 115KH/s * 11h * 3600s/h /1 000 000 =  4.5MH
3.3BTQ / 4.5MH = ~0.73 BTQ/MH ... so you'd think that 14MH would net you around 10BTQ per day.

Check my math;  I'm lousy at it.  
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May 16, 2014, 04:17:24 PM
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I'm hitting 7-10 blocks per hour solo mining with 3* 750ti's (9 mh/s). So 420-600 BTQ daily, I was just curious how the pools paid out compared to solo.
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May 16, 2014, 04:23:55 PM
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I'm hitting 7-10 blocks per hour solo mining with 3* 750ti's (9 mh/s). So 420-600 BTQ daily, I was just curious how the pools paid out compared to solo.

Same here....I've found that if you are GPU mining, then it's best to solo mine. I'm running four R9-280X GPU's and I'm get about the same as you 7-10 blocks per hour.

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May 16, 2014, 11:42:28 PM
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One R9-280x, two HD7950, 6.3Mh/s combined AMD plus two GT640 at 1.6Mh/s combined, 7.9Mh's total, about 5 blocks an hour solo.

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May 17, 2014, 12:08:48 AM
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I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)

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May 17, 2014, 12:49:43 AM
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I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)

nice fun on c-cex:)

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May 17, 2014, 12:53:06 AM
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I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)

nice fun on c-cex:)

Yeah I've been watching it lol...pretty interesting lol

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May 17, 2014, 12:57:17 AM
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I've been solo and pool mining 24/7 since the launch on Feb 22 and I've only accumulated just over 17,000 BTQ's so far (current value ~$340 USD) :-)

nice fun on c-cex:)

Yeah I've been watching it lol...pretty interesting lol

price is up and down from 1600 to 7000 satoshi:)
i am interested how high we can go in few months:)


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Just believe in old TTC Tittiecoin, will be big in months

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May 17, 2014, 01:02:14 AM
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Why did air-pool.net drop BTQ? Somebody piss him off? See for yourself. Not on the list. https://air-pool.net/

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