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Question: New Features?
Add Algos? - 7 (19.4%)
Change Algo? - 4 (11.1%)
Add PoS? - 11 (30.6%)
Change nothing? - 10 (27.8%)
Other? (please post in thread) - 4 (11.1%)
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April 26, 2014, 01:49:27 PM
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almost 89k votes - 100% monday on mintpal
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April 26, 2014, 01:55:18 PM
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Updated OP with new info.


Cryptsy now has us in the vote list

pool.365coin.net is now live! spread the hash!

Price is going UP!

We are number 1 on Mint should be added monday so long as we stay in 1st! Dont discontinue voting just because we are 1st.
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April 26, 2014, 03:08:20 PM
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Which of pool do you most recommend? I would like to move my GPUs on this coin.
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April 26, 2014, 03:20:02 PM
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in my opinion http://dwarfpool.com/365
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April 26, 2014, 03:29:32 PM
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Updated OP with new info.


Cryptsy now has us in the vote list

pool.365coin.net is now live! spread the hash!

Price is going UP!

We are number 1 on Mint should be added monday so long as we stay in 1st! Dont discontinue voting just because we are 1st.


Do you build your own multipool for 365coin?  It could raise the value of the coin. Do you considere this? Smiley
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April 26, 2014, 04:08:34 PM
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Updated OP with new info.


Cryptsy now has us in the vote list

pool.365coin.net is now live! spread the hash!

Price is going UP!

We are number 1 on Mint should be added monday so long as we stay in 1st! Dont discontinue voting just because we are 1st.


Do you build your own multipool for 365coin?  It could raise the value of the coin. Do you considere this? Smiley

No I dont plan on setting up a multipool. But it may be added as a payout option for a multipool or 2 in the future!
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April 26, 2014, 04:49:27 PM
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all the pools are shutting down.  I don't like it when  dwarfpool is the only one left.  Centralized, not exactly good for a coin.  The pools are reporting that 365 lost its dev support.

Which of pool do you most recommend? I would like to move my GPUs on this coin.


I just moved my hash over to the official 365coin mining pool.

Don't let up on the voting guys!  Cheesy
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April 26, 2014, 05:08:38 PM
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man... why pool?
i am doing nice solomining.
with 700mhs i did like 3 blocks today Smiley
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April 26, 2014, 05:28:34 PM
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man... why pool?
i am doing nice solomining.
with 700mhs i did like 3 blocks today Smiley

Only a few of us on the official pool right now, its kind of like augmented solo mining Wink
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April 26, 2014, 05:50:15 PM
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all the pools are shutting down.  I don't like it when  dwarfpool is the only one left.  Centralized, not exactly good for a coin.  The pools are reporting that 365 lost its dev support.

Exactly, that's why I abandoned MaxCoin, where one pool has 75% of the network hash.  Once a pool has over 50% of the network hash it's over.  No one seems to care.  The whole reason we're mining is to secure the coin.  Once a pool has 51% it's worthless, as the pool operator gains full control over the coin, and adding hash rate does NOTHING to secure the coin.  Avoiding central authority is the reason cryptocurrency was invented.

Dwarfpool has 385 GHs out of a total 466 GHs, that's 82%.  This coin is now a failed coin.  Come on devs, help get P2Pool working so we can save the coin.

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April 26, 2014, 07:05:21 PM
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all the pools are shutting down.  I don't like it when  dwarfpool is the only one left.  Centralized, not exactly good for a coin.  The pools are reporting that 365 lost its dev support.

Exactly, that's why I abandoned MaxCoin, where one pool has 75% of the network hash.  Once a pool has over 50% of the network hash it's over.  No one seems to care.  The whole reason we're mining is to secure the coin.  Once a pool has 51% it's worthless, as the pool operator gains full control over the coin, and adding hash rate does NOTHING to secure the coin.  Avoiding central authority is the reason cryptocurrency was invented.

Dwarfpool has 385 GHs out of a total 466 GHs, that's 82%.  This coin is now a failed coin.  Come on devs, help get P2Pool working so we can save the coin.

You can setup all the p2p pools you want... And it will help nothing. Miners need to actively move around to diff pools...
And Pools need to control the amount of hash they aquire. Dwarf and 1gh FAIL big time to do this, again it is also the fault of the miners.

The official pool is up and running move some hash there help spread out.

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April 26, 2014, 07:37:09 PM
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all the pools are shutting down.  I don't like it when  dwarfpool is the only one left.  Centralized, not exactly good for a coin.  The pools are reporting that 365 lost its dev support.

Exactly, that's why I abandoned MaxCoin, where one pool has 75% of the network hash.  Once a pool has over 50% of the network hash it's over.  No one seems to care.  The whole reason we're mining is to secure the coin.  Once a pool has 51% it's worthless, as the pool operator gains full control over the coin, and adding hash rate does NOTHING to secure the coin.  Avoiding central authority is the reason cryptocurrency was invented.

Dwarfpool has 385 GHs out of a total 466 GHs, that's 82%.  This coin is now a failed coin.  Come on devs, help get P2Pool working so we can save the coin.

You can setup all the p2p pools you want... And it will help nothing. Miners need to actively move around to diff pools...
And Pools need to control the amount of hash they aquire. Dwarf and 1gh FAIL big time to do this, again it is also the fault of the miners.

The official pool is up and running move some hash there help spread out.



yeah... all pools are for fools...
pools are bad!
everybody should solo mine!
then there would not be concentrations of power.
f.uckin communists with their unions and pools!
goooooooood luck!
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April 26, 2014, 07:39:42 PM
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Reward System: Full Stratum/Vardiff system with PROP
Server Location: Europe
Pro Hardware: 10 Gb fiber optic connection
Storage: Fast ZFS based environment with SSD cache and 32 disks.
CPU: Xeon 64bit / 32 CPU cores
Ram: 128 GB RAM.
Fee: 0%

Join us, give us your hashes! it will be worth!

---> MINGOPOOL <---



How to withdraw 0.05 365coin from your pool, cause it looks quite imposible, manual payout didnt work for weeks  and now is completly gone. On the other hand minimum on automatic payout doesnt allow to set less than 0.1...



DO NOT use mingopool, they are scam, now coins are gone. Please remove it from first post.

I agree.

We are not a scam pool. The wallet had problems with forked connections and there is some forked blocks accredited to the users. We are recalculating the real coins for pay the users.

Threesixfive told me there are sometimes the wallet connect to forked connections and get bad blocks. Now the bad connections are removed and all the blocks are fine

We are NOT scamming anybody

Okey okey guys, take it easy.... The admin of the Mingopoll is a nice guy, working too much on security system, and he do not want to scam nobady. He convice me with his great persistence and work. I appreciate his efforts in his work and communication and i realy hoppes that he will fix everything.

I have the same problem like you guys... Ist ok, everything is gona be fine.

 calma te purfa wor. Cheesy
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April 26, 2014, 07:53:47 PM
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Which cgminer is for KGW mining?
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April 26, 2014, 09:06:01 PM
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Which cgminer is for KGW mining?
This kind of question makes me  Huh
Its just like asking, if you can use a toster to mine cryptos.

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April 26, 2014, 09:12:43 PM
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Reward System: Full Stratum/Vardiff system with PROP
Server Location: Europe
Pro Hardware: 10 Gb fiber optic connection
Storage: Fast ZFS based environment with SSD cache and 32 disks.
CPU: Xeon 64bit / 32 CPU cores
Ram: 128 GB RAM.
Fee: 0%

Join us, give us your hashes! it will be worth!

---> MINGOPOOL <---



How to withdraw 0.05 365coin from your pool, cause it looks quite imposible, manual payout didnt work for weeks  and now is completly gone. On the other hand minimum on automatic payout doesnt allow to set less than 0.1...



DO NOT use mingopool, they are scam, now coins are gone. Please remove it from first post.

I agree.

We are not a scam pool. The wallet had problems with forked connections and there is some forked blocks accredited to the users. We are recalculating the real coins for pay the users.

Threesixfive told me there are sometimes the wallet connect to forked connections and get bad blocks. Now the bad connections are removed and all the blocks are fine

We are NOT scamming anybody

Okey okey guys, take it easy.... The admin of the Mingopoll is a nice guy, working too much on security system, and he do not want to scam nobady. He convice me with his great persistence and work. I appreciate his efforts in his work and communication and i realy hoppes that he will fix everything.

I have the same problem like you guys... Ist ok, everything is gona be fine.

 calma te purfa wor. Cheesy



I take it easy, but after two weeks of unsuccessful withdraw attempts, not answering contact mails, not answering irc, after information about "there are sometimes the wallet connect to forked connections" and finally 0.2 BTC lost please allow me to call a scam something that looks like obvious scam  Cool

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April 26, 2014, 09:38:24 PM
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Just remind:

Follow 365:

https://twitter.com/365CoinProject

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April 26, 2014, 09:55:48 PM
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Guys I'm having an issue, I sent about 30 mins ago 0.03 365 to bittrex and even though I have a transaction ID, it doesn't show in the network and there's 0 confirmations so far. I'm running the updated wallet since it came out and just double checked if it's actually the latest one.
Anyone else having issues sending coins today?

TX ID :700074ff6cb059ee2907db51520e9cc154e5f906cd9ade085aad30e4effdb68b
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April 26, 2014, 10:08:21 PM
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Guys I'm having an issue, I sent about 30 mins ago 0.03 365 to bittrex and even though I have a transaction ID, it doesn't show in the network and there's 0 confirmations so far. I'm running the updated wallet since it came out and just double checked if it's actually the latest one.
Anyone else having issues sending coins today?

TX ID :700074ff6cb059ee2907db51520e9cc154e5f906cd9ade085aad30e4effdb68b


Check your local wallet. Are you sending from a daemon or QT.... if qt just click transactions if it shows nothing but a question mark than something clearly went wrong. You can attempt to restart your wallet and if that does not help restart the wallet with -rescan or -salvagewallet  this should "delete" the transaction returning the coins to your wallet so you can attempt to send again.

 -365
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April 26, 2014, 10:22:34 PM
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Thank you, I'll try that. I was using the windows wallet and since I could never get the Windows or Linux wallet to sync due to the regular port being blocked by my ISP (god knows why) I changed it to another port and it worked properly receiving coins, but I'm not sure if that could've affected the sending part...
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