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Author Topic: [ANN] [HVC] Heavycoin - Ultra-secure, Decentralized Block Reward Voting, Fast  (Read 541743 times)
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March 12, 2014, 09:40:06 PM
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March 12, 2014, 09:52:16 PM
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Why post that? It's nothing new, and there are Mintpal, Cryptoaltex and Poloniex
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March 12, 2014, 10:05:02 PM
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Does anyone know whether it is feasible and rational to mine heavycoin on Android devices? Can anyone compile miner for it? I would really appreciate if I can harness my previous smartphone and tablet...
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March 12, 2014, 10:10:08 PM
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The decentralized voting built into the coin is going to make this HUGE. I've been imagining something like this for a long time and looks like it has been done well. Putting stake holders in control of supply will likely help stabilize price in a steady upward trend. This is the beginning of a whole bunch of new coins like LTC and PPC were, you will see all sorts of forks of this codebase...
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March 12, 2014, 10:11:20 PM
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Lets get this voted up on cryptsy!!

https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes
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March 12, 2014, 10:20:25 PM
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Lets get this voted up on cryptsy!!

https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes

Coins die in cryptsy....

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March 12, 2014, 10:21:43 PM
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guys any idea why i get 12kh/s on heavycoinpool but 17kh/s on 1gh?
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March 12, 2014, 10:22:19 PM
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Lets get this voted up on cryptsy!!

https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes

Coins die in cryptsy....

+1

Cryptsy = Graveyard
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March 12, 2014, 10:23:00 PM
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Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?
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March 12, 2014, 10:25:11 PM
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Quick update:  Today we're hoping to release the stratum-mining software to another pool for testing (doge94 / heavy.stablehash.com).  (So there'd be three pools in total.)  Assuming all goes well (and we hear back good results today) then we hope to release the software to the general community.  The binaries will be release too (win32, win64, linux and osx)

We are putting a strong emphasis on testing because we want to make sure the software is stable and robust.  Many miners these days are paying for their compute-power and could not afford lost blocks (for example) due to any bugs.

Using 1GH miner software I get 170kh/s, with your miner I'm getting less than 120kh/s.

Both are the Windows Miners, 64bit, using all 6 cores of my phenom II 1055.

I was going to switch to another pool, but I'll stick with 1GH for now until this performance deficit is sorted.
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March 12, 2014, 10:28:09 PM
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HeavyCoin @ Nonce-Pool is OPEN!
http://hvc.nonce-pool.com/index.php

Pool is compatible with the stratum miners provided by 1GH

Consider the pool in beta mode for now but trust us it should work, we only have little hash power.

Pool is working well, we mined many blocks on test-net, come help find our first main-net block.

We are giving away 2 ltc for the first block finder and 1 ltc for the next two blocks!

Yaaee Smiley I found block number two ( Primera )

1LTC to me Smiley    LTC: Le2YSXzX1HUJ9zexftFrRJrQ4hNpms65Vq   Thanks
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March 12, 2014, 10:28:48 PM
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Quick update:  Today we're hoping to release the stratum-mining software to another pool for testing (doge94 / heavy.stablehash.com).  (So there'd be three pools in total.)  Assuming all goes well (and we hear back good results today) then we hope to release the software to the general community.  The binaries will be release too (win32, win64, linux and osx)

We are putting a strong emphasis on testing because we want to make sure the software is stable and robust.  Many miners these days are paying for their compute-power and could not afford lost blocks (for example) due to any bugs.

Using 1GH miner software I get 170kh/s, with your miner I'm getting less than 120kh/s.

Both are the Windows Miners, 64bit, using all 6 cores of my phenom II 1055.

I was going to switch to another pool, but I'll stick with 1GH for now until this performance deficit is sorted.

someone else with the same issue as me.
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March 12, 2014, 10:32:10 PM
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Quick update:  Today we're hoping to release the stratum-mining software to another pool for testing (doge94 / heavy.stablehash.com).  (So there'd be three pools in total.)  Assuming all goes well (and we hear back good results today) then we hope to release the software to the general community.  The binaries will be release too (win32, win64, linux and osx)

We are putting a strong emphasis on testing because we want to make sure the software is stable and robust.  Many miners these days are paying for their compute-power and could not afford lost blocks (for example) due to any bugs.

Using 1GH miner software I get 170kh/s, with your miner I'm getting less than 120kh/s.

Both are the Windows Miners, 64bit, using all 6 cores of my phenom II 1055.

I was going to switch to another pool, but I'll stick with 1GH for now until this performance deficit is sorted.

someone else with the same issue as me.

Guys, try hvc.nonce-pool.com https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=506774.msg5662842#msg5662842

Uses 1gh miner and I'm getting even a slightly higher hashrate there compared to 1gh.

Let's spread the hashing.
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March 12, 2014, 10:34:42 PM
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Quick update:  Today we're hoping to release the stratum-mining software to another pool for testing (doge94 / heavy.stablehash.com).  (So there'd be three pools in total.)  Assuming all goes well (and we hear back good results today) then we hope to release the software to the general community.  The binaries will be release too (win32, win64, linux and osx)

We are putting a strong emphasis on testing because we want to make sure the software is stable and robust.  Many miners these days are paying for their compute-power and could not afford lost blocks (for example) due to any bugs.

Using 1GH miner software I get 170kh/s, with your miner I'm getting less than 120kh/s.

Both are the Windows Miners, 64bit, using all 6 cores of my phenom II 1055.

I was going to switch to another pool, but I'll stick with 1GH for now until this performance deficit is sorted.

We didn't provide the binaries, but my guess would be that cryptomind / heavycoinpool.com didn't compile with sse2 and -O3.  Also, could possibly be something related to pool's config.  In any case, I would not worry about it until the official release is made.  We've contacted a couple more pool operators today for testing our second release candidate.
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March 12, 2014, 10:37:22 PM
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Quick update:  Today we're hoping to release the stratum-mining software to another pool for testing (doge94 / heavy.stablehash.com).  (So there'd be three pools in total.)  Assuming all goes well (and we hear back good results today) then we hope to release the software to the general community.  The binaries will be release too (win32, win64, linux and osx)

We are putting a strong emphasis on testing because we want to make sure the software is stable and robust.  Many miners these days are paying for their compute-power and could not afford lost blocks (for example) due to any bugs.

Using 1GH miner software I get 170kh/s, with your miner I'm getting less than 120kh/s.

Both are the Windows Miners, 64bit, using all 6 cores of my phenom II 1055.

I was going to switch to another pool, but I'll stick with 1GH for now until this performance deficit is sorted.

We didn't provide the binaries, but my guess would be that cryptomind / heavycoinpool.com didn't compile with sse2 and -O3.  Also, could possibly be something related to pool's config.  In any case, I would not worry about it until the official release is made.  We've contacted a couple more pool operators today for testing our second release candidate.

Cool thanks for the update Keccak
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March 12, 2014, 10:39:26 PM
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HeavyCoin @ Nonce-Pool is OPEN!
http://hvc.nonce-pool.com/index.php

Pool is compatible with the stratum miners provided by 1GH

Consider the pool in beta mode for now but trust us it should work, we only have little hash power.

Pool is working well, we mined many blocks on test-net, come help find our first main-net block.

We are giving away 2 ltc for the first block finder and 1 ltc for the next two blocks!

Yaaee Smiley I found block number two ( Primera )

1LTC to me Smiley    LTC: Le2YSXzX1HUJ9zexftFrRJrQ4hNpms65Vq   Thanks

On it's way! thanks for supporting the pool.

Those first 3 blocks couldn't have been any luckier, hopefully that will continue.
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March 12, 2014, 10:42:13 PM
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Hello everyone,

Please Vote 1, so your HVC will be worth more!!!!!!!!
File>>Preferences>> "Vote on block reward 1"

Also vote 1 on the miner batch file:

minerd.exe -a heavy -v 1 -o stratum+tcp://stratum01.heavycoinpool.com:4333 -u user -p password

It will help make the coin rarer and more valuable.
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March 12, 2014, 10:45:06 PM
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Quick update:  Today we're hoping to release the stratum-mining software to another pool for testing (doge94 / heavy.stablehash.com).  (So there'd be three pools in total.)  Assuming all goes well (and we hear back good results today) then we hope to release the software to the general community.  The binaries will be release too (win32, win64, linux and osx)

We are putting a strong emphasis on testing because we want to make sure the software is stable and robust.  Many miners these days are paying for their compute-power and could not afford lost blocks (for example) due to any bugs.

Using 1GH miner software I get 170kh/s, with your miner I'm getting less than 120kh/s.

Both are the Windows Miners, 64bit, using all 6 cores of my phenom II 1055.

I was going to switch to another pool, but I'll stick with 1GH for now until this performance deficit is sorted.

someone else with the same issue as me.

Guys, try hvc.nonce-pool.com https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=506774.msg5662842#msg5662842

Uses 1gh miner and I'm getting even a slightly higher hashrate there compared to 1gh.

Let's spread the hashing.

Thanks, will give it a go.
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March 12, 2014, 10:46:10 PM
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You lost me.

I was about to buy 5 BTC worth until I clicked on the site and read

"Bitcoin and other networks rely only on SHA-256, which was developed by the NSA. The Snowden revolations bring into question the security of SHA-256 and, thus, the true government independence of Bitcoin."

This is absolutely dishonest as  SHA-256 is open source known algorithm studied by independent academics for a decade now. It's irrelevant who was original developer. If we are going to play that game, then
Keccak was approved by NIST  (which is also US govt agency).  Tor was originally developed by US military.  Even the Internet itself is US military invention.  

Not buying it when the author starts with dishonest propaganda.

Goodbye
RE the point about the Internet invented by the US Military.
I'm pretty sure the Internet was invented by Tim Berners Lee (British).
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March 12, 2014, 10:46:43 PM
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Why post that? It's nothing new, and there are Mintpal, Cryptoaltex and Poloniex

devs are hesitant to put other exchanges in the op  Cheesy
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