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Author Topic: [ANN][XMY] Myriad | 0.14.2.4 | Multi-Algo, Fair, Secure  (Read 810750 times)
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February 25, 2014, 10:07:03 AM
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MyriadCoin has just been added to the iSpace Mining Pools at http://ispace.co.uk

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February 25, 2014, 10:11:11 AM
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MyriadCoin has just been added to the iSpace Mining Pools at http://ispace.co.uk

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What algo?
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February 25, 2014, 10:19:30 AM
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Scrypt Pool For Myriad coming from CryptoPools

As usual :
1% Fee
0 TX Fee

Scrypt:

http://myriadscrypt.cryptopools.com/index.php

Sha256

http://myriadsha.cryptopools.com/index.php

Skein
http://myriadskein.cryptopools.com/index.php

QBT Coming in a minute
Wheres QBT pool now?

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February 25, 2014, 10:20:00 AM
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the only issue is, nothing is explained, and nobody knows how it all works. i mined on the scrypt pool and got no coins compared to people mining sha, which makes this "innovation" useless,, if it is not all equal somehow, and explained to everybody in the op, so i wouldnt expect too much...

because you never have a coin you can mine with your cpu or gpu or asic at the same time with same reward!

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February 25, 2014, 10:21:37 AM
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 Smiley

will promote this coin in china too......

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February 25, 2014, 10:24:55 AM
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if we can add myriad to ypool, that's will be interesting

people can mine this with CPU or GPU or ASIC at the same time


we never has a coin like this.

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February 25, 2014, 10:32:25 AM
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Does anybody know why http://myr.cryptopool.eu/ is down?? And for how more long??


Had my rig on in the night in this pool...fck


It was the second night in a row with this pool... Not so good...Now just added a failsafe
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February 25, 2014, 10:53:32 AM
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indexing your shit away Cheesy:D:D:D

You are traversing the block chain, right?

Idea:
Could you please collect all difficulties / networkhashrates of the 5 algorithms,
and plot them. Or post the raw CSV data into a pastebin, we plot them ourselves?

That would be lovely.

I am really curious.

I have zero coins still. Bonus for this idea to MAKikmtAosj3fAsYyjgVQ4sBJnyVF9sSvJ please :-)



will do, will credit you for the idea.

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February 25, 2014, 11:02:47 AM
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MyriadCoin has just been added to the iSpace Mining Pools at http://ispace.co.uk

*** 0% Fees ***

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What algo?

SHA256D .... that's all we do Smiley


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February 25, 2014, 11:09:16 AM
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What is wrong with this pool: http://myriadskein.cryptopools.com/

Is this the only pool for CPU or is there anyone else?

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February 25, 2014, 11:21:38 AM
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Code:
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.0058263', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1357
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00594524', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1358
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00606669', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1359
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00619051', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1360
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.03180381', `algo`='scrypt'  where `height`=1361
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00631699', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1362
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00644599', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1363
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00657766', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1364
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00299036', `algo`='groestl'  where `height`=1365
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00671201', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1366
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.03245289', `algo`='scrypt'  where `height`=1367
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00684903', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1368
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00698889', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1369
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00713161', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1370
update `transactions` set `diff`='67.32219387', `algo`='sha256d'  where `height`=1371
update `transactions` set `diff`='68.69637497', `algo`='sha256d'  where `height`=1372
update `transactions` set `diff`='70.0985234', `algo`='sha256d'  where `height`=1373
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00727716', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1374
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00742577', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1375
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00757744', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1376
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00773215', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1377
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00788995', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1378
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00805097', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1379
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00742577', `algo`='skein'  where `height`=1380
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00821528', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1381
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00838294', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1382
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.03311519', `algo`='scrypt'  where `height`=1383
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00855402', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1384
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00872859', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1385
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00890673', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1386
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.0090885', `algo`='qubit'  where `height`=1387
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.03379103', `algo`='scrypt'  where `height`=1388
update `transactions` set `diff`='71.5292031', `algo`='sha256d'  where `height`=1389
update `transactions` set `diff`='0.00757744', `algo`='skein'  where `height`=1390

mother fucking algo diffs up in this bitch Smiley)

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February 25, 2014, 11:22:05 AM
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the only issue is, nothing is explained, and nobody knows how it all works. i mined on the scrypt pool and got no coins compared to people mining sha, which makes this "innovation" useless,, if it is not all equal somehow, and explained to everybody in the op, so i wouldnt expect too much...

The way it works is quite simple actually, the coin has 5 hashing algos, each one with independent diff, each one has a target time of 2.5 minutes. Because diff changes with every block the target works quite well, so if SHA256 miners have a lot of hash, they will still only get 1/5 of the daily coins.
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February 25, 2014, 11:54:55 AM
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the only issue is, nothing is explained, and nobody knows how it all works. i mined on the scrypt pool and got no coins compared to people mining sha, which makes this "innovation" useless,, if it is not all equal somehow, and explained to everybody in the op, so i wouldnt expect too much...

The way it works is quite simple actually, the coin has 5 hashing algos, each one with independent diff, each one has a target time of 2.5 minutes. Because diff changes with every block the target works quite well, so if SHA256 miners have a lot of hash, they will still only get 1/5 of the daily coins.

great!

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February 25, 2014, 11:55:50 AM
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vote for be listed at mintpal
https://www.mintpal.com/voting

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February 25, 2014, 11:57:02 AM
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Only Scrypt pools.

No (working) pools for any other algo...

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February 25, 2014, 11:59:42 AM
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February 25, 2014, 12:10:14 PM
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iSpace MyriadCoin Mining Pool (SHA256D) has solved its first block  Grin

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February 25, 2014, 12:30:08 PM
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found block distribution is as follows:

groestl
2389

qubit
2463

scrypt
2700

sha256d
3041

skein
1598


pretty fair I think.

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February 25, 2014, 12:47:19 PM
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So I started mining at the SHA256 pool listed last night with 64GH/s of power. Woke up this morning to see the site's been taken down.

Gutted.
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February 25, 2014, 12:51:06 PM
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After how many confirmation can I close the miner programe when I solo mined a block?

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