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Author Topic: [ANN] [HVC] Heavycoin - Ultra-secure, Decentralized Block Reward Voting, Fast  (Read 541743 times)
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March 14, 2014, 11:28:09 AM
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Hi, i'm new of the coin, my pool script had 512 has vote number, have i to set 1?

could you please give me the meaning of it in a short phrase?
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March 14, 2014, 11:36:33 AM
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Intel E3-1230V2 Debian 7 64bit 184kh/s
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These numbers are with 1gh miner. Other thing is that when i run Ivy bridge version of miner on Windows it crashes, only generic and Haswell work and generic outperforms Haswell.
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March 14, 2014, 11:40:17 AM
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Quick question here if i may,

I've been running the wallet and solo mining for a while now and just noticed i have 2 pending transactions for 657 coins each,if i mouseover the "mined" symbols it says "generated but not accepted,mined" and are awaiting 6 confirmations each...only problem is they seem to have been stuck on unconfirmed for over an hour now,any suggestions?

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Orphans, you found them but so did someone else as well and they were faster to send it into the network. You will not get them confirmed sorry.

Yeah so I've had probably 25 of these or the equivalent of 20000HVC - all unconfirmed. I do gets pieces from a pool and the CONFIRMED total stands at awhopping 22x 1 = 22HVC.
Has anyone successfully solo mined a full block? Absolute bullshit
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March 14, 2014, 11:41:39 AM
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March 14, 2014, 11:48:48 AM
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Hi, i'm new of the coin, my pool script had 512 has vote number, have i to set 1?

could you please give me the meaning of it in a short phrase?
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Hi there. You do not have to do anything. It is up to you.

As you vote for lower numbers (ex. 1) you make the coin more rare since the reward per block will be just 1 coin and this is considered as a booster of its price. Personally I disagree, but that's the tendency here.

As you vote for higher numbers (ex. 1024) you make the coin much more easy to mine since the reward per block will be 1024 coins and this is considered as devaluing the coin.

My personal opinion is, as in most cases, something in the middle. So, I consider 512 a very good number for now. My reasoning is that indeed I do not want the coin devalued but also I want new people (new miners) to join it and receive coins for their efforts in order to increase the participation and the interest for the coin. The scheme as I see it at this moment is:

-v 1 --> Nobody really cares for the coin, just the ones that already have coins "play" with them, interest lost, coin devalued
-v 512 --> New people start joining the coin, they see some value, start discussing and exchanging it, strong interest
-v 1024 --> Coin hyped, many coins in circulation, everyone has some coins, the supply is bigger than the demand, price drops, coin devalued

Still, this is my line of thinking, it is extremely possible that I miss an aspect here.

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March 14, 2014, 12:00:24 PM
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Quick question here if i may,

I've been running the wallet and solo mining for a while now and just noticed i have 2 pending transactions for 657 coins each,if i mouseover the "mined" symbols it says "generated but not accepted,mined" and are awaiting 6 confirmations each...only problem is they seem to have been stuck on unconfirmed for over an hour now,any suggestions?

Thanks

Smiley

Orphans, you found them but so did someone else as well and they were faster to send it into the network. You will not get them confirmed sorry.

Yeah so I've had probably 25 of these or the equivalent of 20000HVC - all unconfirmed. I do gets pieces from a pool and the CONFIRMED total stands at awhopping 22x 1 = 22HVC.
Has anyone successfully solo mined a full block? Absolute bullshit
Yes, I have - but some days ago. I still get the occasional orphan.

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March 14, 2014, 12:05:21 PM
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Quick question here if i may,

I've been running the wallet and solo mining for a while now and just noticed i have 2 pending transactions for 657 coins each,if i mouseover the "mined" symbols it says "generated but not accepted,mined" and are awaiting 6 confirmations each...only problem is they seem to have been stuck on unconfirmed for over an hour now,any suggestions?

Thanks

Smiley

Orphans, you found them but so did someone else as well and they were faster to send it into the network. You will not get them confirmed sorry.

Yeah so I've had probably 25 of these or the equivalent of 20000HVC - all unconfirmed. I do gets pieces from a pool and the CONFIRMED total stands at awhopping 22x 1 = 22HVC.
Has anyone successfully solo mined a full block? Absolute bullshit

yes my 2x12core xeon pc mined 2 full blocks the first 14 hours after the coin was launched
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March 14, 2014, 12:12:55 PM
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Quick question here if i may,

I've been running the wallet and solo mining for a while now and just noticed i have 2 pending transactions for 657 coins each,if i mouseover the "mined" symbols it says "generated but not accepted,mined" and are awaiting 6 confirmations each...only problem is they seem to have been stuck on unconfirmed for over an hour now,any suggestions?

Thanks

Smiley

Orphans, you found them but so did someone else as well and they were faster to send it into the network. You will not get them confirmed sorry.

Yeah so I've had probably 25 of these or the equivalent of 20000HVC - all unconfirmed. I do gets pieces from a pool and the CONFIRMED total stands at awhopping 22x 1 = 22HVC.
Has anyone successfully solo mined a full block? Absolute bullshit

Yes, got two blocks in the hours after the launch, had a few cpus pointed to a wallet on one of the machines.

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March 14, 2014, 12:16:24 PM
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Damn got a hard on so bad right now
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March 14, 2014, 12:46:29 PM
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BTW, does the voting consider the average number or the number which took most votes?
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March 14, 2014, 12:57:24 PM
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Hi, i'm new of the coin, my pool script had 512 has vote number, have i to set 1?

could you please give me the meaning of it in a short phrase?
thanks

Hi there. You do not have to do anything. It is up to you.

As you vote for lower numbers (ex. 1) you make the coin more rare since the reward per block will be just 1 coin and this is considered as a booster of its price. Personally I disagree, but that's the tendency here.

As you vote for higher numbers (ex. 1024) you make the coin much more easy to mine since the reward per block will be 1024 coins and this is considered as devaluing the coin.

My personal opinion is, as in most cases, something in the middle. So, I consider 512 a very good number for now. My reasoning is that indeed I do not want the coin devalued but also I want new people (new miners) to join it and receive coins for their efforts in order to increase the participation and the interest for the coin. The scheme as I see it at this moment is:

-v 1 --> Nobody really cares for the coin, just the ones that already have coins "play" with them, interest lost, coin devalued
-v 512 --> New people start joining the coin, they see some value, start discussing and exchanging it, strong interest
-v 1024 --> Coin hyped, many coins in circulation, everyone has some coins, the supply is bigger than the demand, price drops, coin devalued

Still, this is my line of thinking, it is extremely possible that I miss an aspect here.


Thank you for the exhaustive reply!
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March 14, 2014, 01:08:23 PM
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Hi, i'm new of the coin, my pool script had 512 has vote number, have i to set 1?

could you please give me the meaning of it in a short phrase?
thanks

Hi there. You do not have to do anything. It is up to you.

As you vote for lower numbers (ex. 1) you make the coin more rare since the reward per block will be just 1 coin and this is considered as a booster of its price. Personally I disagree, but that's the tendency here.

As you vote for higher numbers (ex. 1024) you make the coin much more easy to mine since the reward per block will be 1024 coins and this is considered as devaluing the coin.

My personal opinion is, as in most cases, something in the middle. So, I consider 512 a very good number for now. My reasoning is that indeed I do not want the coin devalued but also I want new people (new miners) to join it and receive coins for their efforts in order to increase the participation and the interest for the coin. The scheme as I see it at this moment is:

-v 1 --> Nobody really cares for the coin, just the ones that already have coins "play" with them, interest lost, coin devalued
-v 512 --> New people start joining the coin, they see some value, start discussing and exchanging it, strong interest
-v 1024 --> Coin hyped, many coins in circulation, everyone has some coins, the supply is bigger than the demand, price drops, coin devalued

Still, this is my line of thinking, it is extremely possible that I miss an aspect here.


Your mostly right, but most people here don't want a block size of 1 (me included) but still vote for 1 because majority block finder votes are for a 1024. The total votes are averaged and right now, the average is above 512. If 512 is what you want, then you need to vote a lot lower to make your vote count more.
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March 14, 2014, 01:22:02 PM
Last edit: March 14, 2014, 01:34:44 PM by Stinky_Pete
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As you vote for higher numbers (ex. 1024) you make the coin much more easy to mine since the reward per block will be 1024 coins and this is considered as devaluing the coin.

Not exactly, but perhaps I'm quibbling. The higher numbers do not affect the probability of finding a block, but they do affect the number of coins in a block. So you spend the same amount of time searching, but get a bigger prize at the end.

I think the total number of mineable coins stays the same, but higher block rewards mean we reach the end sooner.

EDIT: I'm wrong about the last bit, the total number of coins can vary. That suggests to me that the total number of blocks is constant. OP is silent about what the end point is.

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March 14, 2014, 01:23:16 PM
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Hi, i'm new of the coin, my pool script had 512 has vote number, have i to set 1?

could you please give me the meaning of it in a short phrase?
thanks

Hi there. You do not have to do anything. It is up to you.

As you vote for lower numbers (ex. 1) you make the coin more rare since the reward per block will be just 1 coin and this is considered as a booster of its price. Personally I disagree, but that's the tendency here.

As you vote for higher numbers (ex. 1024) you make the coin much more easy to mine since the reward per block will be 1024 coins and this is considered as devaluing the coin.

My personal opinion is, as in most cases, something in the middle. So, I consider 512 a very good number for now. My reasoning is that indeed I do not want the coin devalued but also I want new people (new miners) to join it and receive coins for their efforts in order to increase the participation and the interest for the coin. The scheme as I see it at this moment is:

-v 1 --> Nobody really cares for the coin, just the ones that already have coins "play" with them, interest lost, coin devalued
-v 512 --> New people start joining the coin, they see some value, start discussing and exchanging it, strong interest
-v 1024 --> Coin hyped, many coins in circulation, everyone has some coins, the supply is bigger than the demand, price drops, coin devalued

Still, this is my line of thinking, it is extremely possible that I miss an aspect here.


Your mostly right, but most people here don't want a block size of 1 (me included) but still vote for 1 because majority block finder votes are for a 1024. The total votes are averaged and right now, the average is above 512. If 512 is what you want, then you need to vote a lot lower to make your vote count more.

+1 people should either set to 1 or 1024 depending on which side of the current vote they would like to see it go to, no matter what their ideal number is.
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March 14, 2014, 01:30:51 PM
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March 14, 2014, 01:33:56 PM
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BTW, is there a relatively cheap device dedicated for CPU mining? I do have free electricty so I would like to abuse this IF there is a certain device which draws lots of power and it's worth the investment.

Thank you!

PS: I'm talking about a device which is suitable for a "hobby" investment, please do not suggest me enterprise-level devices :-)
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March 14, 2014, 01:42:09 PM
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BTW, is there a relatively cheap device dedicated for CPU mining? I do have free electricty so I would like to abuse this IF there is a certain device which draws lots of power and it's worth the investment.

Thank you!

PS: I'm talking about a device which is suitable for a "hobby" investment, please do not suggest me enterprise-level devices :-)

old/used/junk computers that people want to get rid of for free. Terribly inefficient though.
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March 14, 2014, 01:44:07 PM
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BTW, is there a relatively cheap device dedicated for CPU mining? I do have free electricty so I would like to abuse this IF there is a certain device which draws lots of power and it's worth the investment.

Thank you!
Depends what you consider cheap.

Heavycoin is designed to be a CPU only coin, so what you need is a modern Intel processor (with all the recent add-ons) with the largest number of quick cores. Cheaper would be a recent AMD CPU, but the line between AMD vs. Intel is not clear at the lower end of the market, and varies from coin-to-coin. It probably also varies with the different miners available. My higher end Opteron (Barcelona) machine is faster and uses less energy than my dual Xeons (Nehalem), but only with Heavycoin and Inkcoin. YMMV.

If you want to mine SHA-256 coins, buy a cheap ASIC such as an antminer U1/2, but don't expect to mine a large number of coins.

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March 14, 2014, 02:02:10 PM
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Bump!

I noticed that a lot of people's votes are still 1024. Why wouldn't you want to increase your profit and vote lower? I don't get it...
It's the pools... They want big rewards to make more from fees.
People, open your wallets:
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Wouldn't making the coin more scarce profit the pools also? It benefits everyone...

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March 14, 2014, 02:03:39 PM
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Thanks for the replies guys.

I do not want to get into ASIC because it's already low-power; I wouldn't take advantage of my free power. Building some basic PC cases is the way to go ı believe,with relatively modern CPUs.
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