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October 11, 2011, 06:08:38 AM
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Without the source code no way to know.  Maybe the owner changed the complexity of a hash between beta and release.  This is why things like source code are nice to have.  If CH ever shows up you can ask him because it is a secret.
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October 11, 2011, 06:12:37 AM
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Only the priviledge in the order of SolidCoin get to see the source code little one ! Joking. It will be released. Why do you care so much ? Want to attack it etc. !?  Maybe you are the new BitcoinExpress guy or he hacked into your account etc.
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October 11, 2011, 06:22:07 AM
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Only the priviledge in the order of SolidCoin get to see the source code little one !

No joke, that's the honest truth for once.

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October 11, 2011, 06:24:30 AM
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Only the priviledge in the order of SolidCoin get to see the source code little one !

No joke, that's the honest truth for once.

I'm feeling Poe's law on bulanula. I can't tell if he's a pro or anti CoinHunter troll.

Code:
1318314013: best=000000e834deeecab04c height=8805 (5)
1318314017: best=0000483d430d3fdefbef height=8806 (4)
1318314018: best=000000c3a218047bdd62 height=8807 (1)
1318314022: best=00004e4ec2d81902a12a height=8808 (4)
1318314024: best=000000162a8ff060e925 height=8809 (2)
1318314029: best=00005e233f881bd7f3fe height=8810 (5)
1318314031: best=000000db273daca83e5f height=8811 (2)
1318314035: best=00007a6f72c1211a0c8a height=8812 (4)
1318314036: best=000000e3d9f4276aaf07 height=8813 (1)
1318314041: best=000018d6e177d4370c09 height=8814 (5)
1318314042: best=000000fdff18b55a2284 height=8815 (1)
1318314046: best=0000588fbb4ae8da59ef height=8816 (4)
1318314049: best=0000007cba5e924eaa1b height=8817 (3)
1318314053: best=00006accaf1fec197deb height=8818 (4)
1318314054: best=000000430c2bd20f8196 height=8819 (1)
1318314059: best=0000273cbfdf06f0fac2 height=8820 (5)
1318314060: best=00000014b14c8c023075 height=8821 (1)
1318314061: best=000078123fa849337cbc height=8822 (1)
1318314063: best=00000090cff2301651a8 height=8823 (2)
1318314067: best=000077998241df13ef4d height=8824 (4)
1318314068: best=000000a88ac31adf114f height=8825 (1)
1318314072: best=00004edfc697344a70b5 height=8826 (4)
1318314076: best=000000909278d3170f18 height=8827 (4)
1318314080: best=000078e07ce1c48cc002 height=8828 (4)
1318314082: best=000001036ae610e2c78a height=8829 (2)
1318314086: best=00004c85e7ff9163a7a5 height=8830 (4)
1318314089: best=0000002cdf16b9febc9e height=8831 (3)
1318314092: best=00000dd55054ac1bcf99 height=8832 (3)
1318314092: best=00000035fd1d09a02f63 height=8833 (0)
1318314094: best=00000a0e95f70799167d height=8834 (2)
1318314094: best=000000d302659d7e4d0b height=8835 (0)
1318314098: best=00001f1891ab1ccc9ccd height=8836 (4)
1318314100: best=000000b467ace4b9d21c height=8837 (2)
1318314105: best=00003bad4b4cb30e9d18 height=8838 (5)
1318314106: best=000000d31d9d2d5d279a height=8839 (1)
1318314110: best=000067847b6f34c22d9f height=8840 (4)
1318314112: best=000000b4c57b74439388 height=8841 (2)
1318314116: best=00006109fe661523c3e0 height=8842 (4)
1318314117: best=000001125dea9acc136f height=8843 (1)
1318314119: best=00001d517a04470d6a80 height=8844 (2)
1318314120: best=000000592e890fa1ed7d height=8845 (1)
1318314124: best=00004f799af3fd8eed4a height=8846 (4)
1318314126: best=0000010a571a6c981c59 height=8847 (2)
1318314131: best=00006f45fa4bca0fdc5e height=8848 (5)
1318314133: best=00000107cc7849e78af5 height=8849 (2)
1318314138: best=00002614ccc41c3bc868 height=8850 (5)
1318314138: best=0000005ad827b7ea53b8 height=8851 (0)
1318314140: best=0000198896ebadce8832 height=8852 (2)
1318314141: best=000000957ac0d2183c99 height=8853 (1)
1318314146: best=0000026d4690d397d088 height=8854 (5)
1318314147: best=000000528135506418eb height=8855 (1)
1318314151: best=000030a3f041e4d3555b height=8856 (4)
1318314154: best=00000034f8e990c1c4eb height=8857 (3)
1318314158: best=000058b60785ae9a9853 height=8858 (4)
1318314162: best=0000009b3484c34bb235 height=8859 (4)
1318314167: best=00006658f5211e7f8531 height=8860 (5)
1318314168: best=000001190fc7e8479f37 height=8861 (1)
1318314171: best=00002c06b2f8daa2475d height=8862 (3)
1318314171: best=0000008ea2228d8556ca height=8863 (0)
1318314173: best=00002a0f77eab7b13640 height=8864 (2)
1318314175: best=00000096807918e601a0 height=8865 (2)
1318314181: best=0000223adc821a3758a4 height=8866 (6)
1318314181: best=0000011a4dc53258fb71 height=8867 (0)
1318314185: best=00007aab5a90821b7687 height=8868 (4)
1318314190: best=000001006d2b426ebac9 height=8869 (5)
1318314193: best=0000655d038146b0ae64 height=8870 (3)
1318314195: best=0000003c381637a74cef height=8871 (2)
1318314196: best=00003e2ab82c07907412 height=8872 (1)
1318314201: best=0000005fbfc4a00d2a39 height=8873 (5)
1318314206: best=000068a05338a3e6060f height=8874 (5)
1318314207: best=000000e5a94103b5ef1f height=8875 (1)
1318314212: best=00005dc62919ff289a48 height=8876 (5)
1318314214: best=00000007c121879e9ffb height=8877 (2)
1318314217: best=000030ffcf7c72c03902 height=8878 (3)
1318314220: best=00000009e5aab60da7cf height=8879 (3)
1318314223: best=00001cc15269816c072c height=8880 (3)
1318314225: best=000000198c3876d8672a height=8881 (2)
1318314229: best=0000753a1c7308111345 height=8882 (4)
1318314232: best=000000142a71cf9ab986 height=8883 (3)
1318314235: best=00001a22321ae8ab1259 height=8884 (3)
1318314240: best=000000228f76be0dd39d height=8885 (5)
1318314244: best=00001c3cb699b0fbabd2 height=8886 (4)
1318314246: best=0000000985b692c89a8b height=8887 (2)
1318314248: best=0000658d7b1892e1207f height=8888 (2)
1318314251: best=00000109e30b55a7bfe9 height=8889 (3)
1318314255: best=00003090a035ea1346f7 height=8890 (4)
1318314258: best=00000018b44bd7d4a910 height=8891 (3)
1318314262: best=000060bad42179e093a7 height=8892 (4)
1318314263: best=0000008a515a9663e93c height=8893 (1)
1318314267: best=000027ca16f24f2cc1ed height=8894 (4)
1318314269: best=000000a59b1dced1544d height=8895 (2)
1318314272: best=000065a4ca640c9feb02 height=8896 (3)
1318314274: best=00000024a28babece02e height=8897 (2)
1318314276: best=00003cf871bc7abe6a0a height=8898 (2)
1318314279: best=00000043198d39be84c5 height=8899 (3)
1318314283: best=00005cd2a5ffeefdc04d height=8900 (4)
1318314285: best=000000ddb509f90f993f height=8901 (2)
1318314288: best=00001983e4e2b332b14c height=8902 (3)
1318314290: best=00000038c917433d74f0 height=8903 (2)
1318314292: best=00007f171704b95e322a height=8904 (2)
1318314293: best=000000c4c3f477386460 height=8905 (1)
1318314297: best=0000182f4a79e51a977f height=8906 (4)
1318314300: best=0000006e3168f308d874 height=8907 (3)
1318314303: best=00002c6c8155ee7dfa46 height=8908 (3)

last ~100 or so blocks. If Coinotron lists most of the blocks found as invalid, who's controlling the hashing power that's finding a block every ~3 seconds, and is the block chain forked?
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October 11, 2011, 06:39:58 AM
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So I decided to install the client.

I am getting 2.1 khashs on core i-3 laptop which seems to be high.
I am also stuck on block 8484 w/ 100 diff.
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October 11, 2011, 06:51:24 AM
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Other data points: one guy on btce claimed 30khash/sec with a 9650 on windows.  I'm getting about 15k/sec with an i7 on linux compared to about 11k/sec for tenebrix.
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October 11, 2011, 07:09:10 AM
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Only the priviledge in the order of SolidCoin get to see the source code little one ! Joking. It will be released.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

I am also stuck on block 8484 w/ 100 diff.
Happened to me too (got stuck somewhere in the chain), just restart your client and it should catch up. Block 9764 now, but I'm still getting like one every other second... That seems pretty messed up, although SC/CH is not communicating on the subject.

As for my hashrate, about 5kh/s on a laptop quad core. Not really exciting. I still found quite a few shares (pool) / blocks (solo), but none of them were valid, new blocks are coming too fast...  Embarrassed

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October 11, 2011, 07:18:08 AM
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One last update:

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tail -f debug.log | gawk ' BEGIN{ last=systime(); start=1318289700 } /SetBestChain/ { now=systime(); block=substr($4,index($4,"=")+1); blockrate=(now-start)/60/block; toofast=3.5/blockrate; print now ": block# " block " - " now-last "s (" blockrate " minutes/block, " toofast " x)"; last=now  }'

This version calculates the actual minutes/block average over the life of SolidCoin, along with how much faster blocks are being generated than they should be.

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1318317430: block# 9899 - 2s (0.0466882 minutes/block, 74.9654 x)
1318317432: block# 9900 - 2s (0.0466869 minutes/block, 74.9675 x)
1318317434: block# 9901 - 2s (0.0466855 minutes/block, 74.9697 x)
1318317442: block# 9902 - 8s (0.0466943 minutes/block, 74.9557 x)
1318317444: block# 9903 - 2s (0.0466929 minutes/block, 74.9578 x)
1318317452: block# 9904 - 8s (0.0467017 minutes/block, 74.9438 x)
1318317452: block# 9905 - 0s (0.046697 minutes/block, 74.9514 x)
1318317458: block# 9906 - 6s (0.0467023 minutes/block, 74.9427 x)
1318317459: block# 9907 - 1s (0.0466993 minutes/block, 74.9476 x)
1318317464: block# 9908 - 5s (0.046703 minutes/block, 74.9417 x)
1318317467: block# 9909 - 3s (0.0467033 minutes/block, 74.9411 x)
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October 11, 2011, 07:32:47 AM
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At the current rate over 1 million coins will have been mined in the first day.  What do you think that just did to the value of Solid Coin 1.0 coins?
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October 11, 2011, 08:54:37 AM
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Oh, any bets as to whether the guy who did it will wow to never release the rapidmined FlaccidCoins  on the market? Cheesy

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October 11, 2011, 10:32:50 PM
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At the current rate over 1 million coins will have been mined in the first day.  What do you think that just did to the value of Solid Coin 1.0 coins?

Make parity with Bitcoin as it is getting inflated at quite the same rate. 7200 BTC every day being pumped in and price falling way low. Yes, that is success.
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October 11, 2011, 10:46:36 PM
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At the current rate over 1 million coins will have been mined in the first day.  What do you think that just did to the value of Solid Coin 1.0 coins?

Make parity with Bitcoin as it is getting inflated at quite the same rate. 7200 BTC every day being pumped in and price falling way low. Yes, that is success.

Bitcoin has pretty consistently been creating 7200 coins per day, so it is factored into the price.

What's the target number of coins per day created by SolidCoin? How does that compare to the actual number?
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October 12, 2011, 06:40:51 AM
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Make parity with Bitcoin as it is getting inflated at quite the same rate. 7200 BTC every day being pumped in and price falling way low. Yes, that is success.
If BTC is a failure and SC a success, why are you selling 3097 SolidCoins for 30.7 BTC?

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October 12, 2011, 06:46:06 AM
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Make parity with Bitcoin as it is getting inflated at quite the same rate. 7200 BTC every day being pumped in and price falling way low. Yes, that is success.
If BTC is a failure and SC a success, why are you selling 3097 SolidCoins for 30.7 BTC?

Because there are only 60 bitcoins up on bids on btce... woop as I was typing this, 30 were taken.  High bid .0031.

Stick a fork in this one, it's done.
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October 12, 2011, 06:47:30 AM
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Make parity with Bitcoin as it is getting inflated at quite the same rate. 7200 BTC every day being pumped in and price falling way low. Yes, that is success.
If BTC is a failure and SC a success, why are you selling 3097 SolidCoins for 30.7 BTC?

LOLZ.  Sad thing is that lowest bid is now down 20% from when he posted.  The ASK is down to 0.03BTC with only 30BTC market depth.
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October 12, 2011, 06:52:04 AM
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But someone is desperately trying to prop them up.  Now bidding .006 BTC per SC, with the next highest bid at .0031.  Could that possibly be any more transparent or any more amateur?  2.4 BTC worth.  Roll Eyes
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October 12, 2011, 06:57:39 AM
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But someone is desperately trying to prop them up.  Now bidding .006 BTC per SC, with the next highest bid at .0031.  Could that possibly be any more transparent or any more amateur?  2.4 BTC worth.  Roll Eyes

... already been sold. .0031 is current again.

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October 12, 2011, 07:12:08 AM
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He could have bought from the ask side for .0088.  As you say, even .00001 SC would have painted that chart.  No, I just think that's someone being exceptionally stupid.
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Good point. 
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