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October 04, 2018, 06:28:58 PM
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The coin name sounds like Suka XDD
Definitely an issue, not many people are going to want to throw a lot of money in something that sounds like sucker. The only other issue I see is CPU only mining, a gpu Miner would be great.
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I read the post, thank you very much I skimmed the Miner part as I thought that CPU Miner in wallet was the only Miner currently available. I didn't see the modded ccminer link. When there's 1000 new shitcoins a day you can't go through these things with a fine tooth comb, you know what your specific requirements are and you find coins that fit them.

By the way you in what aspect are you involved with development of SUQA? It's obvious from your other post you're not just a random interested user.

I started mining from day one and i am one of the big believers of this coin. I also don’t like stupid comments from people who don’t know what they are talking about.Obviously you didn’t see the ccminer but the other comment about the coin being similar to neoscrypt? It is like saying this coin looks like chicken.
I am not here to judge people. For a very long time i haven’t found a decent coin and since i found a good one this time, i will try to protect this coin from untrue and unread accusations.
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October 04, 2018, 07:33:57 PM
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The coin name sounds like Suka XDD
Definitely an issue, not many people are going to want to throw a lot of money in something that sounds like sucker. The only other issue I see is CPU only mining, a gpu Miner would be great.
Legendary member makes a comment before reading the first post. Did you pay for the legendary account Smiley

I read the post, thank you very much I skimmed the Miner part as I thought that CPU Miner in wallet was the only Miner currently available. I didn't see the modded ccminer link. When there's 1000 new shitcoins a day you can't go through these things with a fine tooth comb, you know what your specific requirements are and you find coins that fit them.

By the way you in what aspect are you involved with development of SUQA? It's obvious from your other post you're not just a random interested user.

I started mining from day one and i am one of the big believers of this coin. I also don’t like stupid comments from people who don’t know what they are talking about.Obviously you didn’t see the ccminer but the other comment about the coin being similar to neoscrypt? It is like saying this coin looks like chicken.
I am not here to judge people. For a very long time i haven’t found a decent coin and since i found a good one this time, i will try to protect this coin from untrue and unread accusations.
Well with lyrarev2 being the most recent algorithm to fall a new algorithm gpu mining coin with a POS aspect has room to grow. Not sure how the "term deposits" work but it sounds like delegated POS to me.

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October 04, 2018, 10:31:50 PM
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Anyone got amd cards to work on this algo?
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October 05, 2018, 03:48:05 AM
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Is there a CUDA 9.1 miner?  Or a CPU miner?  Haven't seen a post replying about an AMD miner.  I don't like being the bearer of criticism but, you're looking like you launched so early and rushed it so much that ahh......you're kind of not actually ready.

There literally is no way for me to mine this coin.  You have 1 miner and it's coded for CUDA 9.2.  I'd really like to mine it as the difficulty is at almost nothing and I'd like to see where the coin goes within the market.

I would feel a little embarrassed.  At least you have pools up and running......and one single miner.  I was willing to forgive the lack of a roadmap, white paper, other various documents.
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October 05, 2018, 06:02:06 AM
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Is there a CUDA 9.1 miner?  Or a CPU miner?  Haven't seen a post replying about an AMD miner.  I don't like being the bearer of criticism but, you're looking like you launched so early and rushed it so much that ahh......you're kind of not actually ready.

There literally is no way for me to mine this coin.  You have 1 miner and it's coded for CUDA 9.2.  I'd really like to mine it as the difficulty is at almost nothing and I'd like to see where the coin goes within the market.

I would feel a little embarrassed.  At least you have pools up and running......and one single miner.  I was willing to forgive the lack of a roadmap, white paper, other various documents.

When I started mining Raven, a miner for Nvidia was created two months later, for AMD appeared 3 or 4 months later. There is no good road map so far) for a very long time the only exchange was the crypto-bridge. This coin is not so bad)
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October 05, 2018, 06:20:42 AM
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sadly i dont have a complete rig to test this new algo, but with the low difficulty for now its very well possible to use your old 1060/70/80 and get some coins at some pool. i remember when RVN came with x16r, it went quite some while to develop better mining software. but hey, this brought us where we are now. we need resistance against bitmain and the ASIC industry. this is again one big step forward.
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October 05, 2018, 06:30:08 AM
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For people curious, the team are not russian and SUQA is not in russian language.

SUQA(suka) is a name of an ancient coin from NEPAL that has been used thousands of years ago.
SUQA also means to wait in Somali language.
So if you time-lock and wait then good things will come to those who wait Smiley


SUQA Foundation

Ok to know that the team is not Russian but can you let us know where the team is from and where you guys are based?

The team is mostly Central European and we will release the team info on our Whitepaper when the Website will be ready.
Please be patient Smiley

SUQA Foundation

It's in your best interest to let the public know who they are dealing with. Please share that info as soon as possible.

Every detailed information about SUQA will be on our whitepaper when it will be ready. We want to make everything right.
Please keep following us.

SUQA Foundation

Yes but for my taste it takes too much time to prepare some more concrete info. Why didn't you prepare everything first and then go public with your idea?
Every project is different and good Cryptocurrency Projects need time to prepare. We did not have an ICO or a Pre-Mine because we didn't need the funds Smiley  We wanted to create a useful, profitable, honest digital currency that will not only help the people who is inside its ecosystem but also will make it attractive to the people who are outside of it. We just needed the trust  of the community and it  equals to hash. SUQA is about to become one of the most succesful and the fastest growing POW currency since the old times. We just needed the communities support and the community already accepted this project as a long time Bull Project inside this long time Bear Market.
Thank you for your incredible support.



To be honest I am even more careful if huge claims are made before anything has been achieved. For now it is not realistic to believe that you will become the fastest growing and most successful POW currency.

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October 05, 2018, 06:33:34 AM
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The coin name sounds like Suka XDD
Definitely an issue, not many people are going to want to throw a lot of money in something that sounds like sucker. The only other issue I see is CPU only mining, a gpu Miner would be great.
Legendary member makes a comment before reading the first post. Did you pay for the legendary account Smiley

I read the post, thank you very much I skimmed the Miner part as I thought that CPU Miner in wallet was the only Miner currently available. I didn't see the modded ccminer link. When there's 1000 new shitcoins a day you can't go through these things with a fine tooth comb, you know what your specific requirements are and you find coins that fit them.

By the way you in what aspect are you involved with development of SUQA? It's obvious from your other post you're not just a random interested user.

I started mining from day one and i am one of the big believers of this coin. I also don’t like stupid comments from people who don’t know what they are talking about.Obviously you didn’t see the ccminer but the other comment about the coin being similar to neoscrypt? It is like saying this coin looks like chicken.
I am not here to judge people. For a very long time i haven’t found a decent coin and since i found a good one this time, i will try to protect this coin from untrue and unread accusations.
Well with lyrarev2 being the most recent algorithm to fall a new algorithm gpu mining coin with a POS aspect has room to grow. Not sure how the "term deposits" work but it sounds like delegated POS to me.
Hello, the time-lock term deposits have nothing to do with POS or delegated POS. Please join our discord channel and read the time-lock and faq channels. The SUQA wallet does not need to be online in order to receive the interests from time-lock.
https://discord.gg/qrtU7Y9
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October 05, 2018, 06:43:56 AM
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For people curious, the team are not russian and SUQA is not in russian language.

SUQA(suka) is a name of an ancient coin from NEPAL that has been used thousands of years ago.
SUQA also means to wait in Somali language.
So if you time-lock and wait then good things will come to those who wait Smiley


SUQA Foundation

Ok to know that the team is not Russian but can you let us know where the team is from and where you guys are based?

The team is mostly Central European and we will release the team info on our Whitepaper when the Website will be ready.
Please be patient Smiley

SUQA Foundation

It's in your best interest to let the public know who they are dealing with. Please share that info as soon as possible.

Every detailed information about SUQA will be on our whitepaper when it will be ready. We want to make everything right.
Please keep following us.

SUQA Foundation

Yes but for my taste it takes too much time to prepare some more concrete info. Why didn't you prepare everything first and then go public with your idea?
Every project is different and good Cryptocurrency Projects need time to prepare. We did not have an ICO or a Pre-Mine because we didn't need the funds Smiley  We wanted to create a useful, profitable, honest digital currency that will not only help the people who is inside its ecosystem but also will make it attractive to the people who are outside of it. We just needed the trust  of the community and it  equals to hash. SUQA is about to become one of the most succesful and the fastest growing POW currency since the old times. We just needed the communities support and the community already accepted this project as a long time Bull Project inside this long time Bear Market.
Thank you for your incredible support.



To be honest I am even more careful if huge claims are made before anything has been achieved. For now it is not realistic to believe that you will become the fastest growing and most successful POW currency.
it's usually very difficult to see a project with POW,
they will be difficult to develop, in my opinion, what else is this without an ICO?
I just hope SUQA will be different from projects that use POW
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October 05, 2018, 10:38:48 AM
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DEV, When have you plan for exchange and witch?
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October 05, 2018, 12:03:42 PM
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The coin name sounds like Suka XDD
Definitely an issue, not many people are going to want to throw a lot of money in something that sounds like sucker. The only other issue I see is CPU only mining, a gpu Miner would be great.
Hi the name does not sound like suc... It is SUQA and our GPU miner was ready first day from the start of the chain. Please read the first post carefully and join our discord channel for further details.
Currently SUQA is listed on 7 GPU mining pools with strongly increasing hash.

Thanks

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I had only seen the in wallet CPU Miner not the modified ccminer below it. Now what is the correct way to say it because I was assuming it was close to sucka.

Is it more sew ka?
Yes sew ka is more like it Smiley



I wouldn't worry about the name. Yes, I agree, Russian-speaking users will be somewhat dumbfounded) But if the coin becomes popular, the name will not matter. Everyone needs innovation and profit, the rest does not matter.

PS. ecли мoнeтa пoвтopит ycпex paвeнкoинa, тo xoть cyчкoй ee зoвитe - вaщe пoфиг)

Бyдeм нaдeятьcя нa этo
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October 05, 2018, 01:36:44 PM
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Dumping all your coin is not a wise thing to do as they will be the first to grow as soon as the volume grows in the market as everyone entering the market buys. so its better to hold and keep on adding coins in every oppertunity play smart  with patience
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October 05, 2018, 06:43:24 PM
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Hello, guys) Could some one help with linux commands to wallet start? Thank in advance)
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October 05, 2018, 06:58:48 PM
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Hello, guys) Could some one help with linux commands to wallet start? Thank in advance)

seems like there are no precompiled linux binaries yet, so you have to compile it yourself.

./autogen.sh
./configure
make
make install          #only optional

to build from source, follow steps at: https://github.com/SUQAORG/SUQA-CORE/blob/master/doc/build-unix.md
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October 05, 2018, 07:00:17 PM
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Hello, guys) Could some one help with linux commands to wallet start? Thank in advance)

seems like there are no precompiled linux binaries yet, so you have to compile it yourself.

./autogen.sh
./configure
make
make install          #only optional

to build from source, follow steps at: https://github.com/SUQAORG/SUQA-CORE/blob/master/doc/build-unix.md


thanks a lot, mate)
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October 05, 2018, 08:12:05 PM
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Is it possible to do pool mining with CPU?
Does ccminer support CPU-only mining?
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October 05, 2018, 10:06:38 PM
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Is it possible to do pool mining with CPU?
Does ccminer support CPU-only mining?
Is CPU mining still viable?

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October 05, 2018, 11:39:56 PM
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Is it possible to do pool mining with CPU?
Does ccminer support CPU-only mining?
Is CPU mining still viable?

maybe not really, but with a possibility of free power somehow, imagine if that semi old CPU mines for 6 month straight and compare with RVN then, that would be a big winner i guess.
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October 06, 2018, 10:30:59 AM
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October 06, 2018, 05:57:57 PM
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Any idea of when any of the Exchanges might pick this up?
I'm a little concerned with few pools mining this.  Some absolutely dominate the blocks.
Not decentralized enough. 
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