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Author Topic: [ANN] PYRITE | $PYE | POW/POS HYBRID | SHA256Q | FAIR LAUNCH | NO PREMINE |  (Read 23950 times)
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November 02, 2018, 05:06:53 AM
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So, I have been getting what I assume is staking rewards (well, potential) on the wallet.  It shows the type as 'Mined' with a reward around 0.00001 (or an increment similar).  Each time it ends up as a "?" with a status of "conflicted, broadcast through 3 nodes".

I'm guessing these are the results of keeping my wallet open and staking.  So far all 6 of these instances have become like this.
Is this common to have so many [lack of a better word] failed stakes?

That just means someone got the block before you, possibly due to having more connections. It happens to me all the time too.

Is there a way to increase connections or optimize the chances of staking?  (I added the nodes from the top post.. seems I'm up to 5 connections now)

(and yeah, sorry for the onslaught of questions)
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November 02, 2018, 05:16:33 AM
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So, I have been getting what I assume is staking rewards (well, potential) on the wallet.  It shows the type as 'Mined' with a reward around 0.00001 (or an increment similar).  Each time it ends up as a "?" with a status of "conflicted, broadcast through 3 nodes".

I'm guessing these are the results of keeping my wallet open and staking.  So far all 6 of these instances have become like this.
Is this common to have so many [lack of a better word] failed stakes?

That just means someone got the block before you, possibly due to having more connections. It happens to me all the time too.

Is there a way to increase connections or optimize the chances of staking?  (I added the nodes from the top post.. seems I'm up to 5 connections now)

(and yeah, sorry for the onslaught of questions)

Try adding more nodes from here: http://45.56.162.94:3001/network

The first 4 on the list in OP are mine and should always be connected.
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November 02, 2018, 05:19:30 AM
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Try adding more nodes from here: http://45.56.162.94:3001/network

The first 4 on the list in OP are mine and should always be connected.

That is a very useful link. Thank you!
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November 02, 2018, 07:28:37 AM
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Hi! i am scamed on 414 coin... my wallet PQMzbyekxXThpG2WUWraDvoQcD6FpiCmEc
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November 02, 2018, 12:03:00 PM
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Hello!
I made a coin purse for the Rapsberry Pi 3 computer.
And I will be very glad to coins  Cheesy

PXRRKibKwFRz2Ncu3qqj4YRTBV1GjsmnMb         



https://mega.nz/#!A2JWGARA!wKLH9MIsjZLp4ILuOMPLy5Bd7tU-rZ6_eBGWUEUaz7s

Hello! Voluntary donations that will go towards the development of my coin.
34bwEhH3GMx6swYXt2NBfFbYGkdTcaWtXz....BTC

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November 02, 2018, 03:21:12 PM
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Hi! i am scamed on 414 coin... my wallet PQMzbyekxXThpG2WUWraDvoQcD6FpiCmEc

Taken care of..
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November 02, 2018, 09:06:49 PM
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Hi! i am scamed on 414 coin... my wallet PQMzbyekxXThpG2WUWraDvoQcD6FpiCmEc

Taken care of..
Thank you!
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November 02, 2018, 09:43:29 PM
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Would it be nice to have some communication channel feature similar to discord built-in in the coin software?

Please be aware that from now on Discord is the only official communication channel, everything else is likely a scam.
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November 03, 2018, 05:09:05 AM
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Would it be nice to have some communication channel feature similar to discord built-in in the coin software?

Please be aware that from now on Discord is the only official communication channel, everything else is likely a scam.

I certainly wouldn't know how to implement it. Let's not reinvent the wheel Smiley
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November 03, 2018, 05:28:52 AM
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Solo excavations can only be connected to four RIGS
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November 05, 2018, 02:42:47 AM
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So, I have been getting what I assume is staking rewards (well, potential) on the wallet.  It shows the type as 'Mined' with a reward around 0.00001 (or an increment similar).  Each time it ends up as a "?" with a status of "conflicted, broadcast through 3 nodes".

I'm guessing these are the results of keeping my wallet open and staking.  So far all 6 of these instances have become like this.
Is this common to have so many [lack of a better word] failed stakes?

That just means someone got the block before you, possibly due to having more connections. It happens to me all the time too.

Is there a way to increase connections or optimize the chances of staking?  (I added the nodes from the top post.. seems I'm up to 5 connections now)

(and yeah, sorry for the onslaught of questions)

I have 7 connections, so your 5 is about right. That will fluctuate as people come and go with a coin.
As far as your 0.00001 Mined rewards, someone in deed was able to solve and mint the block before you. I also have these, however I am pool and solo stake mining. Today I noticed my pool miner connection was lost. So now I am just solo mining. RAM and Bandwidth is important when solo mining. Not sure how much RAM you have but when staking, you want to have at least 2GB RAM per wallet. I have 704 coins now. 
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November 06, 2018, 08:57:03 AM
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Is there any sense to mine this coin on CPU?
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November 06, 2018, 01:20:34 PM
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I'm afraid it's too late for CPU mining now, unless you don't have to pay for electricity.
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November 09, 2018, 02:31:06 AM
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Is it correct to assume the source of truth for the difficulty rate, global hash rate etc  is on the block explorer and anything reported by a mining pool is to be taken as an approximation instead?  (asking because there is consistent difference between the explorer and the mining pool values)
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November 09, 2018, 03:28:58 AM
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I made SHA256Q miner for AMD GPUs and finally was able to find some time to upload it.  You can download it from here https://github.com/almonk5/sgminer-sha256q
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November 09, 2018, 08:01:15 AM
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Is it correct to assume the source of truth for the difficulty rate, global hash rate etc  is on the block explorer and anything reported by a mining pool is to be taken as an approximation instead?  (asking because there is consistent difference between the explorer and the mining pool values)

It's quite simple actually. What you see in your miner is the difficulty of the block you're looking for, and in explorer (and wallet console) you see the difficulty of the last block found. If block time were faster you wouldn't probably even notice this.  Wink
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November 22, 2018, 05:46:51 PM
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New version released. Please update. https://github.com/pyritepirate/pyrite/releases
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November 26, 2018, 04:34:29 AM
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PYRITE (PYE)

https://i.imgur.com/WzdrYqJ.png

https://nosuchpool.cloud

Code:
YOUR MINER -a sha256q -o stratum+tcp://nosuchpool.cloud:3337 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=PYE

low fee : 0,3%

No registration required

Location: Europe

TELEGRAM: https://t.me/nosuchpool

YiiMP based pool

Payouts: every 1 hour
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November 27, 2018, 09:26:33 AM
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PYRITE (PYE)



https://nosuchpool.cloud

Code:
YOUR MINER -a sha256q -o stratum+tcp://nosuchpool.cloud:3337 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=PYE

low fee : 0,3%

No registration required

Location: Europe

TELEGRAM: https://t.me/nosuchpool

YiiMP based pool

Payouts: every 1 hour

added to OP
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November 28, 2018, 07:22:21 PM
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PYRITE (PYE)

https://i.imgur.com/WzdrYqJ.png

https://nosuchpool.cloud

Code:
YOUR MINER -a sha256q -o stratum+tcp://nosuchpool.cloud:3337 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=PYE

low fee : 0,3%

No registration required

Location: Europe

TELEGRAM: https://t.me/nosuchpool

YiiMP based pool

Payouts: every 1 hour

added to OP

tnx
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