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May 20, 2014, 01:26:24 AM
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Now I remember why I hate trading on BTer...they are slow as hell. Just sent 2600 QRK to sell so I can then send the BTC's over to C-Cex to buy more BTQ's. Well I've already got more than 32 confirmations and still nothing showing up on BTer...GRRRR!!

EDIT: Took 30 mins for BTer to process the transaction...smh

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May 20, 2014, 03:33:32 AM
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1Er2vigdpGyRWe6RdTrPZhGRKjVu51fRjo

Don't check the address above with a block explorer...you might cry.  Wink

I do.

I'm still just CPU mining.

BTQ:  17NEp7WtUZt4V5RiFP6YHxD1hcte7U3sB8
LTC:  LeyXcTFxC5Ku3KDUyhwDHtLko1JwChd99h
FTC:  6n56LJKYrdgmsougCCjenLFtpPTcjFQ829
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May 20, 2014, 03:37:32 AM
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Don't check the address above with a block explorer...you might cry.  Wink

I do.

I'm still just CPU mining.

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May 20, 2014, 12:54:39 PM
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G'morning, folks...

Can anyone provide a working example config for "Wallet Mining" ?  I'm playing around with an older Windows XP machine that actually has a decent CPU/GPU in it, so for interests sake I put a copy of the BTQ 32-bit Windows Wallet on it.  Runs fine, no issues.

I currently have 11 connected peers, and am up to date on network transaction history.  So, all is well on that front.

I went to the console and entered "setgenerate true 1" followed by "getmininginfo" and got what seemed to be reasonable data back.  I left it run all night, and as of this morning, can't see that anything has actually happened.  Smiley

All of the dedicated CPU/GPU miners that I can find do not run on WinXP ... they immediately crash out.  Hence the interest in getting "Wallet Mining" working on this box.

Thanks in advance for any help that's provided!
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May 20, 2014, 10:11:25 PM
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bitquark.conf

rpcuser=bitquark
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.*.*
rpcport=9108
port=9596
addnode=112.111.83.244:12256
addnode=103.24.88.5:50264
addnode=196.210.132.241:9596
addnode=220.166.171.10:9115
addnode=76.108.164.127:57864
addnode=81.154.205.63:55289
addnode=203.156.196.226:61682
addnode=69.8.51.75:35542
addnode=5.9.248.182:60084
addnode=124.234.48.148:14129
addnode=125.70.106.2:9596
addnode=91.67.71.178:9596
addnode=42.239.119.231:9596
addnode=64.53.248.79:9596
addnode=118.112.122.146:9596
addnode=98.119.203.187:9596
addnode=46.119.119.40:9596
addnode=114.66.195.170:9596
addnode=58.47.58.15:9596
addnode=62.210.123.27:9596
addnode=182.91.54.125:9596
addnode=122.192.218.120:9596
addnode=178.49.193.142:9596
addnode=174.107.145.6:9596
addnode=115.28.161.67:9596
addnode=210.195.183.143:9596
addnode=123.161.55.60:9596
gen=0
server=1
listen=1
mintxfee=0.00001
mintxrelayfee=0.00000000

* You MUST open port 9596 on your router/firewall to allow connect to the BitQuark network!

http://btq.ext-pool.net/
Ive been p2pool mining on this pool. Also, if you are p2pool mining, the name and password in your config file doesnt matter.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0
This is a good miner to use for the quark algorithm. Just download any of the windows binaries that includes "QRK".

My .bat file for mining on that p2pool looks like this.
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sgminer -k quarkcoin -o btq.ext-pool.net:2020 -u PutYourBTQAddressHere -p X -I 16 -g 4 -w 64

Happy mining! If you have any issues just post here and we will help ya out.

BTC: 1VenusEubcLC9W7ykckHbdEzo5MVhPmCb - NXT: 15182624396855992605
DOGE: DFSd16bvB7H2HieZNAjPhBoCwZpmNujN9B - BTQ: 14b2QFPwFtBC3tcRW9F61aaRXP2ns3fh1m
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May 21, 2014, 12:16:47 AM
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I really wish the person running CPU-Pool.net would lower the confirmation from 260 down to 140  Undecided

Well if you weren't mining at 15Mh/s then it WOULDN'T be such an issue! NOW WOULD IT???  Tongue

BTQ - 1HyTqd6phXRmYi2C8CCpXGV89qkLKgzPQN  Website  YouTube
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May 21, 2014, 12:26:45 AM
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I really wish the person running CPU-Pool.net would lower the confirmation from 260 down to 140  Undecided

Well if you weren't mining at 15Mh/s then it WOULDN'T be such an issue! NOW WOULD IT???  Tongue

Yea true lol...usually I just solo mine, except if the diff is high then I'll jump in the pool and help out...I guess sometimes I stay in the pool too long lol  Grin

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May 21, 2014, 01:08:50 AM
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Ok guys I've about got the BitQuark Lotto page finished  Smiley So next question for everyone...How would you guys like to do the drawing? Every 6 hrs, 12 hrs, 24 hrs? Twice a week? or Once a week?

So to recap on how it works, for every 10 BTQ's it will equal one entry and the winner will get 75% of the pot...the other 25% will go towards bounties and future development.

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May 21, 2014, 01:38:15 AM
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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.

Just a quick update to this... I seem to have a working instance of  BitQuark-0.8.3.8-r16 to build on CentOS release 5.x now ...  going to let it run for a day or two to verify stability, then duplicate it to another machine.  If it works twice, I'll post here with the steps required.

TTFN.
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May 21, 2014, 03:32:39 AM
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Ok guys I've about got the BitQuark Lotto page finished  Smiley So next question for everyone...How would you guys like to do the drawing? Every 6 hrs, 12 hrs, 24 hrs? Twice a week? or Once a week?

So to recap on how it works, for every 10 BTQ's it will equal one entry and the winner will get 75% of the pot...the other 25% will go towards bounties and future development.
I feel like once a day would be too much. Maybe twice a week?

Also how do you use the blockchain explorer to search by address?

BTC: 1VenusEubcLC9W7ykckHbdEzo5MVhPmCb - NXT: 15182624396855992605
DOGE: DFSd16bvB7H2HieZNAjPhBoCwZpmNujN9B - BTQ: 14b2QFPwFtBC3tcRW9F61aaRXP2ns3fh1m
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May 21, 2014, 06:06:38 PM
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Yea I'm also thinking twice a week would be best.

The block explorer that I'm currently using doesn't allow for address look up. I've only found one that does allow address look up and you have to setup a SQL database for it. If I remember right the name of it is Abe block explorer. I may test it out and add it in the future.

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May 21, 2014, 11:39:55 PM
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Hey guys

finally!

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Check it out https://www.cryptonator.com/widget

That BTQ isn't BitQuark....it's BTQ from BTer.com...it's one of their "security" funds based on CNY...I'm guessing Cryptonator is confused on this. Maybe they can change the exchange from BTer.com to C-cex and Comkort.

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May 21, 2014, 11:47:59 PM
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That dude has been spamming that post on a ton of threads.

BTC: 1VenusEubcLC9W7ykckHbdEzo5MVhPmCb - NXT: 15182624396855992605
DOGE: DFSd16bvB7H2HieZNAjPhBoCwZpmNujN9B - BTQ: 14b2QFPwFtBC3tcRW9F61aaRXP2ns3fh1m
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May 21, 2014, 11:59:38 PM
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Talked to BitJohn last night on Cryptsy.com and asked him to add a BTC address to the BitQuark voting link and it's now up :-)
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes

Does anyone know how often they select coins from the voting page to be added??

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May 22, 2014, 12:11:06 AM
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That BTQ isn't BitQuark....it's BTQ from BTer.com...it's one of their "security" funds based on CNY...I'm guessing Cryptonator is confused on this. Maybe they can change the exchange from BTer.com to C-cex and Comkort.

my bad, will check it tomorrow

That dude has been spamming that post on a ton of threads.

well, just offering free price tickers, nothing more

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May 22, 2014, 12:32:01 AM
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That BTQ isn't BitQuark....it's BTQ from BTer.com...it's one of their "security" funds based on CNY...I'm guessing Cryptonator is confused on this. Maybe they can change the exchange from BTer.com to C-cex and Comkort.

my bad, will check it tomorrow

That dude has been spamming that post on a ton of threads.

well, just offering free price tickers, nothing more

Start a new spammy thread about your spammy spam instead of spamming every thread on bitcointalk. Again, START A NEW THREAD.
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May 22, 2014, 12:49:34 AM
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I get the BTQ / USD rate from cryptofleamarket.com/rates/

I hope they finish that soon.

BTQ:  17NEp7WtUZt4V5RiFP6YHxD1hcte7U3sB8
LTC:  LeyXcTFxC5Ku3KDUyhwDHtLko1JwChd99h
FTC:  6n56LJKYrdgmsougCCjenLFtpPTcjFQ829
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May 22, 2014, 12:53:15 AM
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I get the BTQ / USD rate from cryptofleamarket.com/rates/

I hope they finish that soon.


BTQ/USD, Market Cap, Current Buy/Sell, BTQ/BTC, Coins Minted, Network Hashrate, Blocks, and Difficulty. Page refreshes every 15 secs.
http://www.bitquark.info/btq-stats.php

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May 22, 2014, 02:44:54 AM
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Something I've notice with a lot of crypto's and exchanges...it looks like most crypto's don't get their spotlight til the coin supply reaches around 4 Million coins for coins with total mintage around 20 - 25 Million coins. Has anyone else noticed this?? BitQuark will hit 4 Million coins minted around February 2015 Wink So with that being said, Mine, Mine, Mine, & Mine some more!!! Cool

Example: Look at Darkcoin;
Algo: X11
Coins to be Issued : 22,000,000
Block Time : 2.50 minute(s)
Block Reward : 7.00 coins
Minted Coins : 4,313,981 DRK
Current Fiat Value : $ 8.31 USD

Now look at BitQuark;
Algo: Quark
Coins to be Issued : 21,000,000
Block Time : 30 secs.
Block Rewards : 2.50 coins
Minted Coins : 576,855 BTQ
Current Fiat Value : $ 0.015 USD

So I think BTQ has a very bright future in the crypto world!!

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May 22, 2014, 12:40:05 PM
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Something I've notice with a lot of crypto's and exchanges...it looks like most crypto's don't get their spotlight til the coin supply reaches around 4 Million coins for coins with total mintage around 20 - 25 Million coins. Has anyone else noticed this?? BitQuark will hit 4 Million coins minted around February 2015 Wink So with that being said, Mine, Mine, Mine, & Mine some more!!! Cool

Example: Look at Darkcoin;
Algo: X11
Coins to be Issued : 22,000,000
Block Time : 2.50 minute(s)
Block Reward : 7.00 coins
Minted Coins : 4,313,981 DRK
Current Fiat Value : $ 8.31 USD

Now look at BitQuark;
Algo: Quark
Coins to be Issued : 21,000,000
Block Time : 30 secs.
Block Rewards : 2.50 coins
Minted Coins : 576,855 BTQ
Current Fiat Value : $ 0.015 USD

So I think BTQ has a very bright future in the crypto world!!

Yes but, what about special features like Darksend?
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