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Author Topic: [ANN][XMY] Myriad | Multi-Algo, Fair, Secure  (Read 848347 times)
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May 15, 2014, 04:16:22 AM
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Step up yo game and order another 5 wallets y'all. I just did another 3 so we at 10.

https://woodwallets.io/myriad-woodwallets-pre-order-campaign/

If I don't get my WoOdies engraved wallet I'm going to be resonably upset.

when does that campaign end i want one .. or two but ive been to busy to figure out the whole encryption thing Huh Huh ?? did i miss it ?

It ended yesterday for the pre-order, but I think it will be available for everyone to buy later on.  They offer 3 types of woodwallet  -->   https://woodwallets.io/shop/

I'm just going for the One side wallet:  Public address

Going to generate an address from the myriadcoin-qt and use it. Just for the cool factor to show people an address they can pay me in MYR.  Smiley

Most people will probably be using it for the 2-sided public/private key combination, same as paper wallet for safe storage of MYR coins, but much more durable (can't accidentally put it in the washer and lose the coins).  Paper wallets can be dangerous if you don't understand that you have to take out all of the coins (due to the lack of change address that the qt client does in the background).

They support encrypted private keys using BIP38.

I don't understand paper wallets enough to trust coins to it...  I run Linux on my laptop to prevent malware as much as I can...







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May 15, 2014, 05:28:52 AM
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Feel free to use


Myriadcoin - the first multi-PoW blockchain! (Mine with SHA256 [ASICs], Scrypt [GPU/ASICs], Skein [GPUs], Groestl [GPUs], OR Qubit [CPUs/GPUs]).
Myriad Website // Myriad on Reddit || Myriad Android Wallet || Myriad Electrum Wallet || Multi-vPoW and Block "Tips" - Solution to Parasitic Merged Mining
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May 15, 2014, 09:01:07 AM
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this one as well ^^

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May 15, 2014, 10:54:16 AM
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Most people will probably be using it for the 2-sided public/private key combination, same as paper wallet for safe storage of MYR coins, but much more durable (can't accidentally put it in the washer and lose the coins).  Paper wallets can be dangerous if you don't understand that you have to take out all of the coins (due to the lack of change address that the qt client does in the background).

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You can use the brainwallet "transactions" tab to send only part of the coins from a paperwallet (or any private key, woodwallet, etc. bip38 or not). Just follow the instructions on the page and add the paper wallet address as one of the "destination" addresses with the amount of change you wish to return to the address and a transaction will be built for you.

http://cryptap.us/myr/brainwallet


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May 15, 2014, 12:51:28 PM
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Myriad P2Pool

Algo: QUBIT

Status p2pool:
http://scorp-p2pool.tk:5567/

http://www.scorp-p2pool.tk

Node fee: 1%

Recommended Settings:

./sgminer -k qubitcoin --no-submit-stale --queue 0 --scan-time 1 --expiry 1 -o stratum+tcp://scorp-p2pool.tk:5567 -u Your Myriad wallet address -p x

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Most people will probably be using it for the 2-sided public/private key combination, same as paper wallet for safe storage of MYR coins, but much more durable (can't accidentally put it in the washer and lose the coins).  Paper wallets can be dangerous if you don't understand that you have to take out all of the coins (due to the lack of change address that the qt client does in the background).

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You can use the brainwallet "transactions" tab to send only part of the coins from a paperwallet (or any private key, woodwallet, etc. bip38 or not). Just follow the instructions on the page and add the paper wallet address as one of the "destination" addresses with the amount of change you wish to return to the address and a transaction will be built for you.

http://cryptap.us/myr/brainwallet



interested in the brainwallet. can you tell me more about it.. how is it secure if i type the password in a browser? how to access coins ya kno the basic rundown. any tips too would be greatly appreciated Smiley

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May 15, 2014, 01:00:28 PM
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Feel free to use



Meh..
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Most people will probably be using it for the 2-sided public/private key combination, same as paper wallet for safe storage of MYR coins, but much more durable (can't accidentally put it in the washer and lose the coins).  Paper wallets can be dangerous if you don't understand that you have to take out all of the coins (due to the lack of change address that the qt client does in the background).

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You can use the brainwallet "transactions" tab to send only part of the coins from a paperwallet (or any private key, woodwallet, etc. bip38 or not). Just follow the instructions on the page and add the paper wallet address as one of the "destination" addresses with the amount of change you wish to return to the address and a transaction will be built for you.

http://cryptap.us/myr/brainwallet



interested in the brainwallet. can you tell me more about it.. how is it secure if i type the password in a browser? how to access coins ya kno the basic rundown. any tips too would be greatly appreciated Smiley

Here is a good explanation about the benefits and risks of a brainwallet. It is for bitcoin, but myriad's brainwallet works the same way:

http://www.coindesk.com/how-to-create-a-brain-wallet/

As far as creating transactions and using the brainwallet site in a browser is concerned, all information: keys, transactions, etc. is done via client-side javascript, so no information is passed on the web (hence there is no need for ssl). The one exception to this is that in order to create a transaction, information about the address needs to be fetched from a blockexplorer. Note that the key is not used to do this, just the public address which is, of course, public.

Once your "raw transaction" is generated, you can pass that on using the pushtx service (http://cryptap.us/myr/pushtx). This does not need to be encrypted as the transaction is already signed and will become public once the transaction is accepted on the network.

Also to note, the brainwallet site cannot decrypt your bip38 private key, you will need to use the paper wallet site (http://cryptap.us/myr/paperwallet.html) to decrypt the bip38 key and retrieve the unencrypted WIF private key for use on the brainwallet site (http://cryptap.us/myr/brainwallet).

I would recommend playing with a small amount of MYR on the site until you feel comfortable using it. Remember that you can always just "importprivkey <your-unencrypted-private-key>" in the qt client to fetch your coins if you get stuck.

Hopefully that is clear as mud now. I'm sure there are others who can explain it better, feel free to keep asking questions here...

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May 15, 2014, 02:57:14 PM
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Is this coin profitable for amd gpu's ?

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May 15, 2014, 03:04:53 PM
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Vote for Myriad in the 'greatest altcoin of all poll' at Altcoin Herald. http://altcoinherald.com/altcoin-polls/vote-greatest-altcoin/  Grin
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May 15, 2014, 03:12:15 PM
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Is this coin profitable for amd gpu's ?

skein works great on my gigabyte 280x

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May 15, 2014, 03:29:28 PM
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Is this coin profitable for amd gpu's ?

skein works great on my gigabyte 280x

I'm getting 12 Mh/s from an HD5870 & 20 Mh/s from an HD7990 using myr-gr Grin

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Vote for Myriad in the 'greatest altcoin of all poll' at Altcoin Herald. http://altcoinherald.com/altcoin-polls/vote-greatest-altcoin/  Grin

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Someone reputable should compile qubit cpuminer x64 and x32 for Windows and post links on first page.
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Is this coin profitable for amd gpu's ?

skein works great on my gigabyte 280x

I'm getting 12 Mh/s from an HD5870 & 20 Mh/s from an HD7990 using myr-gr Grin

impressive

my old nividia gtx 580 (not using anymore runs too hot even with new heatsink)
would only get 71mhs skein and 200 scrypt but with myr-groestl it got around 11 mhs Smiley

nice being able to pick the best algo for your equipment

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May 15, 2014, 03:49:48 PM
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Is this coin profitable for amd gpu's ?

skein works great on my gigabyte 280x

Is this coin profitable for amd gpu's ?

skein works great on my gigabyte 280x

I'm getting 12 Mh/s from an HD5870 & 20 Mh/s from an HD7990 using myr-gr Grin

Yes I checked out the hash but my question stands is the coin profitable? I'd rather not mine it and be in the red everyday. My Electric is high (0.17694).

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May 15, 2014, 03:55:15 PM
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well find out what your electric would be once u undervolt your GPU (doesnt affect hashrate) and see how profitable it is vs mining another coin.
that is if you want to sell immediately.

even if it wasn't profitable i would still keep mining to support the network not to mention my own subjective view on future value.



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May 15, 2014, 04:23:28 PM
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Someone reputable should compile qubit cpuminer x64 and x32 for Windows and post links on first page.

https://cpu-pool.net/myr/index.php?page=gettingstarted lists a Win64 CPU miner here

http://www.q2c.cc/miner/win64.zip

I'm planning to try it after dinner as I'm not getting a lot of help from my CPUs using myr-gr (i7 = 1.1 Mh/s)

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Someone reputable should compile qubit cpuminer x64 and x32 for Windows and post links on first page.

https://cpu-pool.net/myr/index.php?page=gettingstarted lists a Win64 CPU miner here

http://www.q2c.cc/miner/win64.zip

I'm planning to try it after dinner as I'm not getting a lot of help from my CPUs using myr-gr (i7 = 1.1 Mh/s)

I'm comparing CPU to GPU, any idea what a 280x or a 290x gets for qubit ?
EDIT : Got it, 290x 5MH/s vs i7 4770 520khash/s
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May 15, 2014, 04:50:00 PM
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Is this coin profitable for amd gpu's ?
Yes I checked out the hash but my question stands is the coin profitable? I'd rather not mine it and be in the red everyday. My Electric is high (0.17694).

Why don't you calculate it yourself  Huh With your power and hardware cost etc. Thats really not our business  Roll Eyes
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