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March 12, 2014, 10:48:45 PM
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guys any idea why i get 12kh/s on heavycoinpool but 17kh/s on 1gh?

Same here, I get 70 kh/s with 1GH miner using 1GH pool, and 50 kh/s using heavycoin miner on heavycoinpool.
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March 12, 2014, 10:49:53 PM
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Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?

It means there's a lower block reward, thus decreasing supply and making the coin more rarer and more valuable, increasing its price.
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March 12, 2014, 10:57:11 PM
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Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?

Voting low will decrease the coin supply, and once you have a price set, lower supply gives more time for demand to build up. If you pair that with good development and promotion, demand raises, beats supply and that pushes price up.
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March 12, 2014, 10:58:53 PM
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hello

i am willing to complete this bounty

50,000 HVC - professional grade promotional video explanation (specific guidelines apply)

could you provide the guidelines.
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March 12, 2014, 11:00:09 PM
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Hello  Smiley

Here's my attempt at a logo design for HVC.
It ain't really something, but if you guys like it, I might throw some more time into it.

Artistic version: http://postimg.org/image/j51megm2f/

Logo/icon version:
http://s18.postimg.org/ugefemydx/HVC_logo_icon_01.png


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March 12, 2014, 11:00:55 PM
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    Bounties



    • 30,000 HVC - professional grade commercial art and logos (specific guidelines, logo competition)



    MY WORK Smiley


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    March 12, 2014, 11:04:12 PM
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    Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?

    Voting low will decrease the coin supply, and once you have a price set, lower supply gives more time for demand to build up. If you pair that with good development and promotion, demand raises, beats supply and that pushes price up.

    Thanks for the clear explanation.

    Do I need to keep the wallet app running for that, or enough just to change and save?
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    March 12, 2014, 11:07:19 PM
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    WTB, if someone sell, send me a pm with ur quantity and price each coin
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    March 12, 2014, 11:08:32 PM
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    very encouraging how much this community seems to be growing and contributing to the development of the coin.
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    March 12, 2014, 11:09:30 PM
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    Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?

    Voting low will decrease the coin supply, and once you have a price set, lower supply gives more time for demand to build up. If you pair that with good development and promotion, demand raises, beats supply and that pushes price up.

    Thanks for the clear explanation.

    Do I need to keep the wallet app running for that, or enough just to change and save?

    Only block finders get their vote counted, so when pool mining, change your miner settings to -v 1 to vote for a blocksize of 1
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    March 12, 2014, 11:09:43 PM
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    Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?

    Voting low will decrease the coin supply, and once you have a price set, lower supply gives more time for demand to build up. If you pair that with good development and promotion, demand raises, beats supply and that pushes price up.

    Thanks for the clear explanation.

    Do I need to keep the wallet app running for that, or enough just to change and save?

    You can vote using the wallet (settings > options), apply or save, you need to keep the wallet running in order to mine solo, but it is better to mine with a pool, you can vote 1 using the -v switch :

    In your batch file: minerd.exe -a heavy -v 1 -o stratum+tcp://stratum01.heavycoinpool.com:3333 -u user -p pass

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    March 12, 2014, 11:10:04 PM
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    Hello  Smiley

    Here's my attempt at a logo design for HVC.
    It ain't really something, but if you guys like it, I might throw some more time into it.

    Artistic version: http://postimg.org/image/j51megm2f/

    Logo/icon version:




    I actually do kinda like it. If you can implement an anvil design or something to denote heaviness - I think it has some promise.

     
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    March 12, 2014, 11:12:28 PM
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    Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?

    Voting low will decrease the coin supply, and once you have a price set, lower supply gives more time for demand to build up. If you pair that with good development and promotion, demand raises, beats supply and that pushes price up.

    Thanks for the clear explanation.

    Do I need to keep the wallet app running for that, or enough just to change and save?

    Only block finders get their vote counted, so when pool mining, change your miner settings to -v 1 to vote for a blocksize of 1

    If only block finders get their vote counted, that's hardly democratic, as the people with the most CPU power get their votes validated, they're most likely to vote 1024, as they will then get higher block reward.  I've noticed on the pools the blocks are found by the users with the most CPU power, i.e. the ones with the CPU farms.  If you've got low CPU power in comparison to the other miners whats the point of voting if its not going to be counted, only the ones with the money who can purchase CPU farms will get their votes counted as they're the ones who are likely to find the blocks.
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    March 12, 2014, 11:17:54 PM
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    An optimized cpuminer just commited to https://github.com/1gh/cpuminer-heavycoin , ~20% faster. No binaries yet.
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    March 12, 2014, 11:19:27 PM
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    Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?

    Voting low will decrease the coin supply, and once you have a price set, lower supply gives more time for demand to build up. If you pair that with good development and promotion, demand raises, beats supply and that pushes price up.

    Thanks for the clear explanation.

    Do I need to keep the wallet app running for that, or enough just to change and save?

    Only block finders get their vote counted, so when pool mining, change your miner settings to -v 1 to vote for a blocksize of 1

    If only block finders get their vote counted, that's hardly democratic, as the people with the most CPU power get their votes validated, they're most likely to vote 1024, as they will then get higher block reward.  I've noticed on the pools the blocks are found by the users with the most CPU power, i.e. the ones with the CPU farms.  If you've got low CPU power in comparison to the other miners whats the point of voting if its not going to be counted, only the ones with the money who can purchase CPU farms will get their votes counted as they're the ones who are likely to find the blocks.

    I know that's how it is for solo mining, not sure how the pools handle the votes though. Hopefully the pool votes based on the total average of miner votes.
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    March 12, 2014, 11:21:22 PM
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    If only block finders get their vote counted, that's hardly democratic, as the people with the most CPU power get their votes validated, they're most likely to vote 1024, as they will then get higher block reward.  I've noticed on the pools the blocks are found by the users with the most CPU power, i.e. the ones with the CPU farms.  If you've got low CPU power in comparison to the other miners whats the point of voting if its not going to be counted, only the ones with the money who can purchase CPU farms will get their votes counted.

    I had some thinking on this too and my conclusion is that - though it's unpleasant, especially for IPO investors that don't really mine - the current voting IS democratic and quite correct.

    If only by starting the wallet you could vote, then anyone could start hundreds of wallets (on VM) to manipulate the price. And it would also be more like anybody in the world could vote for the president of USA...

    However, I may be wrong - it's 1AM here.

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    March 12, 2014, 11:22:40 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.

    I've given it a go, and am getting 40% more hashrate with noncepool using the 1GH miner, than if I use the heavycoin miner (Windows 64 bit) on heavycoinpool.com.
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    March 12, 2014, 11:24:05 PM
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    If only block finders get their vote counted, that's hardly democratic, as the people with the most CPU power get their votes validated, they're most likely to vote 1024, as they will then get higher block reward.  I've noticed on the pools the blocks are found by the users with the most CPU power, i.e. the ones with the CPU farms.  If you've got low CPU power in comparison to the other miners whats the point of voting if its not going to be counted, only the ones with the money who can purchase CPU farms will get their votes counted.

    I had some thinking on this too and my conclusion is that - though it's unpleasant, especially for IPO investors that don't really mine - the current voting IS democratic and quite correct.

    If only by starting the wallet you could vote, then anyone could start hundreds of wallets (on VM) to manipulate the price. And it would also be more like anybody in the world could vote for the president of USA...

    However, I may be wrong - it's 1AM here.

    You make a good point, I didn't think of that. Same goes for my idea of the pools averaging miner votes. Someone could just open up hundreds of miners on a single computer.
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    March 12, 2014, 11:25:50 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).

    The Internet was invented by US military organisation DARPA.

    Tim Berners Lee invented the World Wide Web - well, he put together the main ideas behind it - HTTP, machine independence etc. I don't think he wrote the first browser.

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    March 12, 2014, 11:31:04 PM
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    Can someone clarify why voting on 1 is such a great idea (and so aggressively promoted here)?

    Voting low will decrease the coin supply, and once you have a price set, lower supply gives more time for demand to build up. If you pair that with good development and promotion, demand raises, beats supply and that pushes price up.

    Thanks for the clear explanation.

    Do I need to keep the wallet app running for that, or enough just to change and save?

    Only block finders get their vote counted, so when pool mining, change your miner settings to -v 1 to vote for a blocksize of 1

    If only block finders get their vote counted, that's hardly democratic, as the people with the most CPU power get their votes validated, they're most likely to vote 1024, as they will then get higher block reward.  I've noticed on the pools the blocks are found by the users with the most CPU power, i.e. the ones with the CPU farms.  If you've got low CPU power in comparison to the other miners whats the point of voting if its not going to be counted, only the ones with the money who can purchase CPU farms will get their votes counted as they're the ones who are likely to find the blocks.

    I know that's how it is for solo mining, not sure how the pools handle the votes though. Hopefully the pool votes based on the total average of miner votes.

    Block finders votes are counted, it is part of the block, even the pool can't cheat it.
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