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March 09, 2014, 10:09:46 PM
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How secure are you? wheres the company info page? are you a legal entity?

All I see is a site that was thrown up a while back and and puts liability onto the users.

There is no form of protection for a user when you have 0 company info listed, you could gox people easy you could have what happened to poloniex. Show your accountability and maybe I would trade over there otherwise  your site is just a giant gamble, and while I am sure seedy people may use it based on the lack on info needed to to transfer USD.


So you may have it but I think you just cater to money launders.

They are legit.

Who say so?

I have used them so many times and everything went smooth.

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March 09, 2014, 10:11:16 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

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P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

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March 09, 2014, 10:15:31 PM
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I was talking with a friend about a coin that could limit hashpower per machine, or like you said by ip or some other way, to make it so whales don't crash the market, and everyone has a fairer shot. With all the IPOs coming out offering equal amount of coins for everyone, a mining setup with this in mind would be cool for all the little fish.
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March 09, 2014, 10:18:35 PM
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I was talking with a friend about a coin that could limit hashpower per machine, or like you said by ip or some other way, to make it so whales don't crash the market, and everyone has a fairer shot. With all the IPOs coming out offering equal amount of coins for everyone, a mining setup with this in mind would be cool for all the little fish.

lol, it was my idea exactly, glad that someone else was thinking about it

i would suggest to set it to 1Mh/s maximum
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March 09, 2014, 10:18:41 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

James

P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

You moron.
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March 09, 2014, 10:22:12 PM
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At the present price, is it profitable to mine it?

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March 09, 2014, 10:25:51 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

James

P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

You moron.
Why you say this?

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March 09, 2014, 10:37:32 PM
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HeavyHaulage - 1GH

HeavyHaulage is for basic Windows automation of the 1GH Heavycoin Miner.

For any Windows users looking for a simple start I've written a Windows app that detects 32/64 bit CPU and runs the appropriate miner. I had intended it for HCP but modified it to suit 1GH.

The program is a wrapper for the 1GH binaries that passes your wallet into the scripts. All you need to do is enter your wallet ID to get running. It launches a DOS window so you can see that its your wallet is in use.

Source code: https:// github.com/directnet/HeavyHaulage/

Compiled: https:// github.com/directnet/HeavyHaulage/raw/master/HeavyHaulage.exe

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March 09, 2014, 10:40:49 PM
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At the present price, is it profitable to mine it?

Unless you have a large cluster of powerful CPU's and cheap / free electricity its really not worth it IMO.

Ive mined 9 HVC in 6-7 hours with a 2500K @ 4GHZ. Making it an even 10 and calling it quits.
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March 09, 2014, 10:48:56 PM
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Devs,

Can you please provide a compiled Mac OS wallet that includes the libraries ?

It crashes without them.

OSX 10.9.2
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March 09, 2014, 10:49:32 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

James

P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

You can make it cpu only, very small memory and maybe cpu usage too and you can call it botnet coin.
I still think that the big guys mining HVC are botnets too.

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March 09, 2014, 11:04:26 PM
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Devs,

Can you please provide a compiled Mac OS wallet that includes the libraries ?

It crashes without them.

OSX 10.9.2

I don't know much of mac osx, but did you try the wallet from ... there's a repost on page 55.

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March 09, 2014, 11:09:30 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

James

P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

You moron.

Calling James a moron is definitely the most moronic thing I've read this month.

@James - keeping a % of work for community fund sounds pretty good for a coin with balanced PoW shares. The problem is enforcing the one account limit, even per IP there's some trouble ahead once you consider dynamic addresses, shared IPs, proxies and whatnot. It doesn't sound compatible with anonimity, you would need some positive ID (or cellphone number, and even then...) and heuristics.

It's an interesting question, though.
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March 09, 2014, 11:11:31 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

James

P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

yes it is good idea

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March 09, 2014, 11:11:48 PM
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At the present price, is it profitable to mine it?

nope

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March 09, 2014, 11:26:39 PM
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How secure are you? wheres the company info page? are you a legal entity?

All I see is a site that was thrown up a while back and and puts liability onto the users.

There is no form of protection for a user when you have 0 company info listed, you could gox people easy you could have what happened to poloniex. Show your accountability and maybe I would trade over there otherwise  your site is just a giant gamble, and while I am sure seedy people may use it based on the lack on info needed to to transfer USD.


So you may have it but I think you just cater to money launders.

They are legit.

Who say so?

I have used them so many times and everything went smooth.


Don't forget the part where a couple of weeks ago they had their entire bitcoin hot wallet stolen and ran off with (300btc) and they are still waiting to pay most ppl back (they managed to get 76btc back from the guy who took it).
But their security is good now...they swear.
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March 09, 2014, 11:32:23 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

James

P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

You can make it cpu only, very small memory and maybe cpu usage too and you can call it botnet coin.
I still think that the big guys mining HVC are botnets too.
There are some guys with access to 5000+ servers, I think from some universities in China. The reality is that people with more tech will be able to mine more coins, short of requiring solving captchas for each share submitted.

Somehow I think that would make mining too much of a chore

James

P.S. One twist I havent mentioned is that in order to mine the coin, you will need to have a NXT acct and NXT API running on the computer you are mining. Unless the botnet guys can somehow install NXT onto all their victim's computer I dont see how this will be a botnet coin

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March 09, 2014, 11:36:28 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

James

P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

You moron.

Calling James a moron is definitely the most moronic thing I've read this month.

@James - keeping a % of work for community fund sounds pretty good for a coin with balanced PoW shares. The problem is enforcing the one account limit, even per IP there's some trouble ahead once you consider dynamic addresses, shared IPs, proxies and whatnot. It doesn't sound compatible with anonimity, you would need some positive ID (or cellphone number, and even then...) and heuristics.

It's an interesting question, though.
dynamic address is fine, the restriction would be one IP address per NXT acct per block
People sharing IP would be restricted, but not sure how common that is for people who dont have giant server farms
Maybe a lot of the big traffic is from sysadmins at large corporate offices who use the entire network during off hours. We probably dont want to encourage that sort of thing
Certainly no need for IDs, if someone can get a bunch of IP addresses and computers on those IP addresses, then he is helping the network, so probably deserves more coins?

James


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March 09, 2014, 11:54:34 PM
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I am working on a coin that gives the same rewards to all the miners, so it wont be attractive to any of the big farm guys. I will probably have to enforce a limit of one account per IP address though, so somebody who can get a bunch of IP addresses would be able to mine more.

Would that be OK?

James

P.S. There wont be any presale, just a few percent (combined) of mined output to founder, pool fee, bounties and donation. Nobody will have a large amount of coins

You can make it cpu only, very small memory and maybe cpu usage too and you can call it botnet coin.
I still think that the big guys mining HVC are botnets too.
There are some guys with access to 5000+ servers, I think from some universities in China. The reality is that people with more tech will be able to mine more coins, short of requiring solving captchas for each share submitted.

Somehow I think that would make mining too much of a chore

James

P.S. One twist I havent mentioned is that in order to mine the coin, you will need to have a NXT acct and NXT API running on the computer you are mining. Unless the botnet guys can somehow install NXT onto all their victim's computer I dont see how this will be a botnet coin

Solving one captcha to legitimate one miner computer is not a bad idea. Just you'll have to do it in a way that somebody "optimizing" the miner or the pool will not find a workaround.
Right now you can mine easily and anonimously on 1Gh, which can cover the botnet.

And about installing the miner... as soon as a computer is infected with the right software you can have ftp capabilities there. And as long as antiviruses know the miners that well, I guess that this was already tried....

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March 09, 2014, 11:57:31 PM
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None of the zip file on the site works... also why would you have only a windows 32bit version... most of them now days are 64bit.
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