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Author Topic: [ANN] | SUQA | New X22i Algo | SWIFFTX | No ICO | No Pre-mine | %5 Apr Interest  (Read 87750 times)
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October 31, 2018, 04:40:37 AM
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can anyone tell me is f2pool has pps scheme for suqa?

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October 31, 2018, 07:52:58 AM
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New listings! http://coinmarketcap.com/new
Fantom (FTM), SUQA (SUQA), DEX (DEX), DarkPayCoin (DKPC), SONDER (SNR), Breezecoin (BRZC), VisionX (VNX)
https://twitter.com/CoinMarketCap/status/1057373612183838720
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October 31, 2018, 08:12:41 AM
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SUQA on POOL




Configure your miner

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-a x22i -o stratum+tcp://iddqd.vip:3223 -u address -p c=SUQA


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POOL - https://iddqd.vip
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October 31, 2018, 10:14:37 AM
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I notice that the blockexplorer is having multiple block number, what might be the cause?


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October 31, 2018, 10:59:28 AM
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I notice that the blockexplorer is having multiple block number, what might be the cause?

"latest transactions"

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October 31, 2018, 11:59:39 AM
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https://cratex.io/index.php?pair=SUQA/BTC
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October 31, 2018, 05:48:00 PM
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wtf?

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October 31, 2018, 06:30:12 PM
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I notice that the blockexplorer is having multiple block number, what might be the cause?



That is because they are using a fork of Iquidus explorer and it lists each transaction within the block rather than link to a separate page reflecting the transactions like most other explorers.
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October 31, 2018, 08:22:10 PM
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https://miningjgpool.ovh

Server location in Germany 1GBPS:
All payments are made every hour with a 0.35% fee


STRATUM SERVER:
Code:
-a x22i -o stratum+tcp://miningjgpool.ovh:3033 -u YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=SUQA

Social Discord:
https://discordapp.com/invite/RqDBM7P
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November 01, 2018, 02:08:22 AM
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Exchange rate seems to be stable, no pumping no dumping. Good sign.
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November 01, 2018, 05:57:50 AM
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FuBar Pool SUQA mining

https://fubarpool.com/

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-a x22i -o stratum+tcp://fubarpool.com:3223 -u YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=SUQA
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November 01, 2018, 06:38:40 AM
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The first ever AMD opensource miners is done by FancyIX.
Thank you for your hard work for your opensource gift to the community.
You are the winner of the 500K AMD Opensource miners bounty.
Congratulations.

https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases
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November 01, 2018, 09:00:08 AM
Last edit: November 01, 2018, 09:12:51 AM by vikec1989
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Wallet for windows is that file 41,3 mb?  and what is another file  Suqa qtm.dmg Huh

https://github.com/SUQAORG/SUQA-CORE/releases/tag/v1.0
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November 01, 2018, 10:09:20 AM
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Good morning anyone getting a "failed" when trying to withdraw from tradeorge?
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November 01, 2018, 11:07:39 AM
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We have updated our core wallet with some fixes. Please only download from our official github.

https://github.com/SUQAORG/SUQA-CORE/releases                                                         

- added more seednodes
- CPU load reduced
- fixed "too few connections" on outbound-only nodes
- many visual and cleanup fixes
- added non-dns seednodes
- some other minor fixes
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November 01, 2018, 11:56:43 AM
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Good Day all,

Can anyone give an update on the TheBSODPool. For the last few days, my miners stopped connecting to it and now the webpage has not been up since yesterday? Moved to icemining.ca and no problems just lower hashrate.
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November 01, 2018, 12:33:43 PM
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Wallet for windows is that file 41,3 mb?  and what is another file  Suqa qtm.dmg Huh

https://github.com/SUQAORG/SUQA-CORE/releases/tag/v1.0

DMG is for the Mac

https://fileinfo.com/extension/dmg

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November 01, 2018, 01:39:05 PM
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Hello everyone.

I would like to post my feelings and thoughts towards this new project that I have recently came across. I don't remember exactly how I came across the project, but what I do remember is when it was mentioned that they are using a new algorithm, x22i. That statement alone got me excited! I was wondering why haven't I heard of this project or algorithm before today? How old are both? Once I came across it I became wildly excited and researched frankly all I could. I for one am already on board this new project from reading the whitepaper and slowly studying the way the x22i algorithm works. Great game changer to use this algorithm imo.

I am a miner that has been in game for long enough to feel the ups and downs of accumulating crypto using this method. I do it because I enjoy the building and tweaking perspective. I enjoy manually building and taking care of my hardware. I enjoy supporting projects that I feel have promising ideas and futures in the new type of industry.

What does concern me though is how does the SUQA project plan to handle the competitiveness of an ASIC and FPGA miner compared to a GPU miner. GPU miners range from your 1 card miner to the industrial size miner. The thing they all have in common is they are using their hardware to support something they believe in. After many discussions with many other GPU miners the question that always comes around is, x22i algorithm is at the moment, a great gpu algorithm and is fighting back against the ASIC's and FPGA's. Which is what GPU miners love to see, but also in the back of their mind, they would also like to see precautions in case ASIC's and FPGA's are able to mine on the x22i algorithm.

My question to the SUQA development team is if x22i algorithm network becomes congested with ASIC and FPGA miners, what are your procedures to fight back against this technology? Are you working on protocols on how to handle this situation as we move forward in the project?
I constantly check the SUQA gpu-mining discord channel and I am always happy to see the feedback. Iif the community is strong here, so will be the project.

I feel like if you are always able to keep gpu miners in the loop of your protocol procedures to combat these problems, you will always have the support of us backing this awesome project.
Any information keeping gpu miners in the loop is always great feedback!

Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Primus Pilus


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November 01, 2018, 01:53:52 PM
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Hello everyone.

I would like to post my feelings and thoughts towards this new project that I have recently came across. I don't remember exactly how I came across the project, but what I do remember is when it was mentioned that they are using a new algorithm, x22i. That statement alone got me excited! I was wondering why haven't I heard of this project or algorithm before today? How old are both? Once I came across it I became wildly excited and researched frankly all I could. I for one am already on board this new project from reading the whitepaper and slowly studying the way the x22i algorithm works. Great game changer to use this algorithm imo.

I am a miner that has been in game for long enough to feel the ups and downs of accumulating crypto using this method. I do it because I enjoy the building and tweaking perspective. I enjoy manually building and taking care of my hardware. I enjoy supporting projects that I feel have promising ideas and futures in the new type of industry.

What does concern me though is how does the SUQA project plan to handle the competitiveness of an ASIC and FPGA miner compared to a GPU miner. GPU miners range from your 1 card miner to the industrial size miner. The thing they all have in common is they are using their hardware to support something they believe in. After many discussions with many other GPU miners the question that always comes around is, x22i algorithm is at the moment, a great gpu algorithm and is fighting back against the ASIC's and FPGA's. Which is what GPU miners love to see, but also in the back of their mind, they would also like to see precautions in case ASIC's and FPGA's are able to mine on the x22i algorithm.

My question to the SUQA development team is if x22i algorithm network becomes congested with ASIC and FPGA miners, what are your procedures to fight back against this technology? Are you working on protocols on how to handle this situation as we move forward in the project?
I constantly check the SUQA gpu-mining discord channel and I am always happy to see the feedback. Iif the community is strong here, so will be the project.

I feel like if you are always able to keep gpu miners in the loop of your protocol procedures to combat these problems, you will always have the support of us backing this awesome project.
Any information keeping gpu miners in the loop is always great feedback!

Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Primus Pilus



Hi I'm not from the SUQA team but from what I understand they plan on changing the algo's every few months to deter asic or fpga's on building miners
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November 01, 2018, 02:15:42 PM
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awesome, that is great to hear.

May I ask where you found this information? any information regarding this matter would be great to pass on to other gpu miners.
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