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December 09, 2018, 08:23:24 PM
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List of uPlexa mining pools with live stats & hashrate distribution

https://miningpoolstats.stream/uplexa
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December 09, 2018, 10:53:46 PM
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Uplexa CPU mining is very easy (still) for a small fish like me. In discord the support devs are very active and willing to help setting up your rig.
We need a much larger community for the project, because support is everything. Go get some Uplexa yourself through mining and be part of The community of IOT.
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December 10, 2018, 02:52:00 AM
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Bounties mentioned that 7% of premined will be used for bounties.
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Premine Amount: 7% (For infrastructure, bounties, airdrops, exchanges, partnerships, and team growth)
Will promotions be really opened in the first quarter of 2019 (as the roadmap shown)?

Which promotions are you referring to?
We have launched our MegaBounty thread, and will be focusing on mass marketing starting late next month.

Cheers!
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December 10, 2018, 08:26:24 AM
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Uplexa CPU mining is very easy (still) for a small fish like me. In discord the support devs are very active and willing to help setting up your rig.
We need a much larger community for the project, because support is everything. Go get some Uplexa yourself through mining and be part of The community of IOT.

Korifeetxs, We intend to keep it easy for the small fish. Thats the point  Wink Thanks for the support!
...and to all you bounty hunters who missed it, check out the uPlexa mega bounty program on this thread

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5082311.new#new
 
https://uplexa.com/
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December 10, 2018, 08:48:29 AM
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Hi! well, for now you can't mine with GPU, as the xmrig miner has been specifically modified for uPlexa... I suppose that someone will, at some point, write a re-modified UPX-xmrig that will use GPUs, but the initial purpose of the project is to mine on ALL (or as many), existing and to come, IoT devices... So I assume that the goal is to make mining accessible to anyone. GPUs can be expensive and quite specific.

But once again, the source code has been released, so some dev will surely try to GPU-ize it in the incoming weeks.
For now, you can enjoy easy and accessible mining on your CPU! Smiley

can i mine uPlexa by srbminer 1.7.2 ?
No. Now you can mine UPX only with XMRig-UPX miner (https://github.com/uPlexa/xmrig-upx-bins/releases) because UPX uses specific algo "cn-upx".

That's CPU miner. How can I mine with GPU? Plz help!
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December 10, 2018, 12:06:55 PM
Last edit: December 10, 2018, 12:20:56 PM by neqniox
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For anyone interested in mining, my farm is made up predominantly of 2660 0's and 2650 v2's (E5's).
I thought I'd post the optimum hash rates and configs for XMRig for these (plus two other laptop based procs I have).

Might come in useful if everyone can share their best configs as well!

i5-7300U - 630H/s
Config: 2 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2 (Windows)

i7-8550U - 1600H/s
Config: 4 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2,4,6 (Windows)

E5-2660 0 - 2550H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

E5-2650 v2 - 2900H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

These are all with Huge Pages enabled and CPU max set to 99%.
I'll try and set something more official up so everyone can contribute.
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December 10, 2018, 01:20:00 PM
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For anyone interested in mining, my farm is made up predominantly of 2660 0's and 2650 v2's (E5's).
I thought I'd post the optimum hash rates and configs for XMRig for these (plus two other laptop based procs I have).

Might come in useful if everyone can share their best configs as well!

i5-7300U - 630H/s
Config: 2 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2 (Windows)

i7-8550U - 1600H/s
Config: 4 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2,4,6 (Windows)

E5-2660 0 - 2550H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

E5-2650 v2 - 2900H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

These are all with Huge Pages enabled and CPU max set to 99%.
I'll try and set something more official up so everyone can contribute.

A big shout out to you mate, you are one of the top supporters and people associated with this project that I know.
For anyone not on our Discord, @neqniox is going to contribute even more to our community and help all miners our with stats, advise and support (experiences) from miners to new and experienced miners joining us for the first time - in a really cool package. Watch this space for his announcement.
As for the project, I cannot be more proud to be a part of this thriving community uPlexa has, and call myself a contributing member of said community. The future not only looks great, I guess it will surpass even the most optimistic expectations.
A projects strength is its community and support - We are strong.
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December 10, 2018, 11:19:13 PM
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For anyone interested in mining, my farm is made up predominantly of 2660 0's and 2650 v2's (E5's).
I thought I'd post the optimum hash rates and configs for XMRig for these (plus two other laptop based procs I have).

Might come in useful if everyone can share their best configs as well!

i5-7300U - 630H/s
Config: 2 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2 (Windows)

i7-8550U - 1600H/s
Config: 4 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2,4,6 (Windows)

E5-2660 0 - 2550H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

E5-2650 v2 - 2900H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

These are all with Huge Pages enabled and CPU max set to 99%.
I'll try and set something more official up so everyone can contribute.

You can add Ryzen 1700 @3.6Ghz - 3970H/s  "max-cpu-usage": 80 "huge-pages": true,
    "hw-aes": null  "cpu-affinity": null, using 14 out of 16 threads (2 left for browsing).
Running at 1.112V=64W

 

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December 11, 2018, 12:10:49 AM
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can i mine uPlexa by srbminer 1.7.2 ?
No. Now you can mine UPX only with XMRig-UPX miner (https://github.com/uPlexa/xmrig-upx-bins/releases) because UPX uses specific algo "cn-upx".

That's CPU miner. How can I mine with GPU? Plz help!
i think the gpu miner is not launch yet, for now its only cpu miner
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December 11, 2018, 01:03:55 AM
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For anyone interested in mining, my farm is made up predominantly of 2660 0's and 2650 v2's (E5's).
I thought I'd post the optimum hash rates and configs for XMRig for these (plus two other laptop based procs I have).

Might come in useful if everyone can share their best configs as well!

i5-7300U - 630H/s
Config: 2 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2 (Windows)

i7-8550U - 1600H/s
Config: 4 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2,4,6 (Windows)

E5-2660 0 - 2550H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

E5-2650 v2 - 2900H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

These are all with Huge Pages enabled and CPU max set to 99%.
I'll try and set something more official up so everyone can contribute.

You can add Ryzen 1700 @3.6Ghz - 3970H/s  "max-cpu-usage": 80 "huge-pages": true,
    "hw-aes": null  "cpu-affinity": null, using 14 out of 16 threads (2 left for browsing).
Running at 1.112V=64W

 

You fellas are killing it. Thank you for your continued efforts and support! Excited to see your configuration optimization website @neqniox
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December 11, 2018, 08:39:26 AM
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Hello, we've noticed your coin isn't traded on exchanges that require security declarations. We are running a free entry raffle this week where we will produce a declaration at no financial cost to the project. To enter, please visit our website at https://notasecurity.net and submit the necessary information in the raffle entry form at the bottom of the page. The drawing will take place December 16th and the winner will be notified by the contact information provided on the raffle entry form.

Thanks, we'll look into it.
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December 11, 2018, 08:39:41 AM
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Hi! unfortunately there are maaaaaaaaany exchanges out there, and most of them are just pure scam, or they're too "small" to bring any volume.
Could you please tell us more about your exchange? Number of members, number of coins, daily volume (for the biggest pair, the smallest too and an "average")...
Project Teams have to be very careful in this sphere... (But I'm sure that uPlexa Team is very aware and careful for this matter Smiley )

Hello, we've noticed your coin isn't traded on exchanges that require security declarations. We are running a free entry raffle this week where we will produce a declaration at no financial cost to the project. To enter, please visit our website at https://notasecurity.net and submit the necessary information in the raffle entry form at the bottom of the page. The drawing will take place December 16th and the winner will be notified by the contact information provided on the raffle entry form.
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December 11, 2018, 10:28:50 AM
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@tybiboune, it's not an exchange, but appears to be a company that makes declarations for coins being a security. According to their site Binance, Bittrex and other exchanges need a declaration like that to be able to add a coin to their exchange. I have no idea which coins use these kind of companies for there declaration, but being carefull never hurts in these cases..
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December 11, 2018, 06:33:50 PM
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I have a nice suggestion for the team. Since this is an IoT mining coin,
why not think of a bounty for best uPlexa mining software for
a certain device type. Let's say Android phones/tablets.

Or it could be IoT fridges, TV Boxes, etc.
It must be: 1. Open sorce, 2. shared for free with uPlexa users.

What do you say?

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December 12, 2018, 03:24:22 AM
Last edit: December 12, 2018, 03:51:47 AM by uPlexa
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I have a nice suggestion for the team. Since this is an IoT mining coin,
why not think of a bounty for best uPlexa mining software for
a certain device type. Let's say Android phones/tablets.

Or it could be IoT fridges, TV Boxes, etc.
It must be: 1. Open sorce, 2. shared for free with uPlexa users.

What do you say?

We already have a development bounty, of which nobody has participated in. For now it looks like it's just us Wink
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December 12, 2018, 09:49:34 AM
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whaaat? A configuration optimization website??!! THAT would be amazing!
There are so many different CPUs out there, it's really not easy to get the best out of them... and when you're a little fish as I am, you like to squeeze every little bit of juice out of your CPU Cheesy

@neqniox what's your vision about it? enter CPU, and load config file or something?

@uPlexa have you heard of jc cn cpu miner? it's a really nice cryptonote miner, very well optimized, they like to add new projects in a regular way... maybe you could give that guy a poke? Unless you have already included every possible optimizations to the original xmrig, of course ^^
https://github.com/jceminer/cn_cpu_miner




For anyone interested in mining, my farm is made up predominantly of 2660 0's and 2650 v2's (E5's).
I thought I'd post the optimum hash rates and configs for XMRig for these (plus two other laptop based procs I have).

Might come in useful if everyone can share their best configs as well!

i5-7300U - 630H/s
Config: 2 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2 (Windows)

i7-8550U - 1600H/s
Config: 4 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU 0,2,4,6 (Windows)

E5-2660 0 - 2550H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

E5-2650 v2 - 2900H/s
Config: 16 threads, low power mode 1, affine to CPU false (Ubuntu)

These are all with Huge Pages enabled and CPU max set to 99%.
I'll try and set something more official up so everyone can contribute.

You can add Ryzen 1700 @3.6Ghz - 3970H/s  "max-cpu-usage": 80 "huge-pages": true,
    "hw-aes": null  "cpu-affinity": null, using 14 out of 16 threads (2 left for browsing).
Running at 1.112V=64W

 

You fellas are killing it. Thank you for your continued efforts and support! Excited to see your configuration optimization website @neqniox
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December 12, 2018, 10:46:46 AM
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I started with no knowledge about mining at all three weeks ago, I learned a lot in the meantime. I just Found UPX and was interested to give it a try. I had some trouble finding out which setup worked best for me. Hopefully my setup can help other people who are interested, so here we go:
My single i7 4770 3.40Ghz on win10 does about 1.5Kh.s on three threads with hugh pages enabled. Low power mode 2, max cpu 85.
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December 12, 2018, 10:52:11 AM
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Me also started with no knowledge in mining i just followed the tutorial given in uplexa official pool bux, im using alienware i7 laptop and im getting a maximum 1.2h/s in 3 huge pages .. hopefully that my laptop don't get burned out Cheesy and earned enough profit when exchange became live
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December 12, 2018, 10:53:12 AM
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i'll start mining today
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December 12, 2018, 12:14:55 PM
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THE UPLEXA MAINNET HAS ARRIVED AND IS READY TO BEGIN MINING THE INTERNET OF THINGS!



Website | Whitepaper | Official UPX Pool  | Github |  Wallets | Web Wallet | Block Explorer | Discord Chat | Twitter




UPLEXA (you-plec-sa)

Plexa (def) - To interlink multiple smaller threads to form one master thread.

The uPlexa blockchain will be powered by the billions of untapped IoT devices currently in-use in our world. This is done by using our modified CryptoNight algorithm in order to provide a viable option to IoT users in order to help pay a proportion of their electricity of running said devices. uPlexa's mining audience are individuals with IoT devices, or webmasters with high-volume websites. With the uPlexa Near-Zero Congestion Model (NZCM) webmasters may incentivize their users to mine for their company(s) in order to credit their users with rewards, whilst performing off-chain transactions to lessen the network load and increase transaction capacity. Targeting individual IoT devices and webmasters will help create one of the most decentralized networks.

The uPlexa team has a strong focus on creating an innovating IoT mining experience, whilst also preventing ASIC miners from exploiting our network. However, IoT mining is not our soul purpose. uPlexa thrives to provide a form of adoption via anonymous service provider payments, and it's very own eCommerce platform targeting anonymous transactions for both store owners, and store clients.

The Cryptonight-UPX algorithm is specifically focused on mining any device's CPU, big or small, for a coin reward. In return, you help secure the uPlexa network. The process to start mining via PC is extremely simple so beginners will have no barrier to entry. After you have acquired a wallet key though our GUI/Client Wallets or Web Wallet, our simple tutorial will have you mining in 15 min! And to the experienced miners, come make critique and add value to this exciting project. Check out our vision and reach the tutorial at the bottom of this post.


Coin information:

Name: uPlexa
Ticker: UPX
Coin Supply: 10,500,000,000
Airdrop Amount: 36,750,000
UPX Algorithm: Modified CryptoNight-Light Variant 1 (CryptoNight-UPX)
Premine Amount: 7% (For infrastructure, bounties, airdrops, exchanges, partnerships, and team growth)
Bulletproof Transactions ✔️
LWMA Difficulty Algorithm ✔️

URL: https://uplexa.com
English Whitepaper: https://uplexa.com/content/uPlexa-Whitepaper-EN.pdf
Czech Whitepaper: https://uplexa.com/content/uPlexa-Whitepaper-CZ.pdf


If you've missed it, we launched our official airdrop on October 3rd - feel free to signup at https://airdrop.uplexa.com
Airdrop ends November 21st, 2018.



During our quest for partnerships for those within the IoT industry, we have recently partnered with CryptoLoot, one of the two most popular browser-based miners used by high volume websites and applications.


"Through this partnership, we will be able to study their statistics and analyze direct results in order to test and improve our codebase with the aim of allowing for higher hashrates and efficiency among IoT devices. Our value to Crypto-Loot will be providing a cryptocurrency that performs like no other, supporting both of our use cases. This partnership will provide a real breakthrough in showing the world how uPlexa may serve as both a browser based blockchain powered by IoT, whilst also providing our own binaries and system tools available for download. We believe this partnership will deliver considerable value to both communities."

Read more here:
https://www.reddit.com/r/uPlexa/comments/9nus7x/partnership_cryptoloot_browser_based_miner/






Roadmap:
Q4 - 2018:
  • October 3rd: Website & Airdrop Launch ✔️
  • October 24th: Beta IoT Mine Starts ✔️
  • November 5th: Official Access to the Web Wallet opens ✔️
  • November 6th: Resume work on eCommerce Platform ✔️
  • November 21st: Airdrop closes, Early Access Membership permanently closed ✔️
  • November 24th: Beta Mine Closes ✔️
  • December 1st: Official Coin Launch, Open Source, GUI Wallets, Mining Software (Win/Mac/Linux/Android/iOS), Pool, Efforts towards obtaining internet & telecom partnerships & listings on exchanges ✔️
  • December 27th: Launch NZCM API

Q1 - 2019:
  • uPlexa Anonymous Payment Processor
  • Bonus Event
  • Mass marketing & adoption
  • Release of additional IoT mining Software (Android TV & WebOS)
  • First Hardfork (Possible PoW update)
  • Community software releases for adoption/usage

Q2 - 2019:
  • Launch Mobile Wallet
  • Progress report & Beta Signup for our eCommerce platform
  • NZCM Micro-transactions Update for Next Fork based on Adoption, Price, and Global Hashrate
  • Continual attendance of Blockchain Events to promote our service, and seek strategic partnerships
  • Launch eCommerce Platform in Beta

Q3 - 2019:
  • Our Second Hardfork (Possible PoW Update), NZCM Update
  • Release of OpSec related Software for uPlexa Users
  • Final revision prior to the release of the uPlexa eCommerce platform
  • Continued Efforts on IoT Mining Software

Q4 - 2019:
  • Release of our eCommerce Platform to the Public
  • ...and more! Stay tuned for updates.






CPU mining instructions:
Go through the airdrop process and get your public wallet key at www.uplexa.com (solutions to any problems with this process can be found in our Discord community)

Go back to uplexa.com and click on "Resources & Downloads" in the dropdown menu

Pick the xmrig download that suits your OS profile

Open the downloaded file in-

    (a) Windows

  • right click config.json
  • open with notepad(or any editor)
  • scroll to "user": "UPXwalletkey"
  • replace default address with yours
  • double check and save json file
  • double click start.bat file

     (b) Ubuntu/CentOS

Both platforms will require dependencies. Install them via:

Ububtu

Code:
sudo apt-get install git build-essential cmake libuv1-dev libmicrohttpd-dev libssl-dev


CentOS

Code:
sudo yum install -y epel-release

sudo yum install -y git make cmake gcc gcc-c++ libstdc++-static libmicrohttpd-devel libuv-static

  • Once installed, right click config.json
  • open with notepad(or any editor)
  • scroll to "user": "UPXwalletkey"
  • replace default address with yours
  • double check and save json file
  • run ./xmrig

Once you start mining, you can refer to back to the  "Resources and Downloads" page for the pool link (https://uplexa.poolbux.com). Insert your wallet key into the box at the bottom of the dashboard to track tour mining progress.

Refer back to the #mining channel in Discord for questions and configuration optimization.



Follow us on:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/uplexacoin

Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/uPlexa/

Discord: https://discord.gg/a7mAQwJ

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uPlexa/

GitHub: https://github.com/uplexa

Web wallet: https://wallet.uplexa.com


reading all the details for this project give me much interested to buy a rig to start mining too..what rig do you think is profitable to start mining with this coin..and what exchange do you plan to list/or negotiate to list?
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