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Author Topic: [ANN] [HVC] Heavycoin - Ultra-secure, Decentralized Block Reward Voting, Fast  (Read 541743 times)
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March 17, 2014, 04:27:26 PM
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March 17, 2014, 04:31:33 PM
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these buy orders stacking up are huge now.
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March 17, 2014, 04:33:50 PM
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Update

Here's an update from the Heavycoin developers.

Stratum-mining

We have released the stratum-mining software today.  It has been made compatible with 1GH's private closed source stratum-server, so you should be able to switch your external miners between the different pools.  Although 1GH is easy to set up, we strongly recommend you to spread your mining among many pools in order to improve decentralization.


GPU mining

It looks like GPU developers have overcome hefty1, giving GPUs an advantage for mining Heavycoin.  We tried some new ideas with hefty1, but much to our disappointment it was not enough.  So, we must take our hats off to the GPU mining developers.

On the one hand, this is disappointing to us because we worked hard to try to make Heavycoin CPU-only forever.  On the other hand, this could actually be good thing because it means Heavycoin is now opened up to a new crowd of stakeholders and interests.  The amount of GPU mining interest Heavycoin is receiving is a very positive sign.

We would like to dispel the myth that GPU mining means an increased or faster increase in the supply of Heavycoin.  This is simply not true because the Heavycoin retargeting algorithm is working well to maintain the desired mint rate of 1 block (approximately) every two minutes.

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Block chain: 2014-03-17 16:22:42 | 6744 | last 588.22656250 1b6f6941 1.242 | 1hr 575.72888184 1b71d462 0.975 117.000 | 24hr 120.93071747 1c021dec 0.958 114.904 | last 149

We are happy that Heavycoin was (at least) able to give CPU-miners the first week of mining, which is often the most profitable window to mine (as the difficulty has much to adjust).  At this point we would like to ascertain to what degree Heavycoin is GPU-resistant (eg. how much CPU does it still require in order to GPU mine) before updating our website.

Our plan going forward to is to continue to support the core Heavycoin software, assist mining pools wherever possible and support the Heavycoin community with the bounties and future development fund.

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March 17, 2014, 04:36:55 PM
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WOW all the GPU have magically arrived and increased the price

WOOF WOOF big bad WOLF miner


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March 17, 2014, 04:37:00 PM
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Update

Here's an update from the Heavycoin developers.

Stratum-mining

We have released the stratum-mining software today.  It has been made compatible with 1GH's private closed source stratum-server, so you should be able to switch your external miners between the different pools.  Although 1GH is easy to set up, we strongly recommend you to spread your mining among many pools in order to improve decentralization.


GPU mining

It looks like GPU developers have overcome hefty1, giving GPUs an advantage for mining Heavycoin.  We tried some new ideas with hefty1, but much to our disappointment it was not enough.  So, we must take our hats off to the GPU mining developers.

On the one hand, this is disappointing to us because we worked hard to try to make Heavycoin CPU-only forever.  On the other hand, this could actually be good thing because it means Heavycoin is now opened up to a new crowd of stakeholders and interests.  The amount of GPU mining interest Heavycoin is receiving is a very positive sign.

We would like to dispel the myth that GPU mining means an increased or faster increase in the supply of Heavycoin.  This is simply not true because the Heavycoin retargeting algorithm is working well to maintain the desired mint rate of 1 block (approximately) every two minutes.

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Block chain: 2014-03-17 16:22:42 | 6744 | last 588.22656250 1b6f6941 1.242 | 1hr 575.72888184 1b71d462 0.975 117.000 | 24hr 120.93071747 1c021dec 0.958 114.904 | last 149

We are happy that Heavycoin was (at least) able to give CPU-miners the first week of mining, which is often the most profitable window to mine (as the difficulty has much to adjust).  At this point we would like to ascertain to what degree Heavycoin is GPU-resistant (eg. how much CPU does it still require in order to GPU mine) before updating our website.

Our plan going forward to is to continue to support the core Heavycoin software, assist mining pools wherever possible and support the Heavycoin community with the bounties and future development fund.




Your slow response is worrying people. You should at least respond when ppl show concerns.
I get this coin has a lot of potential - but responsiveness of the devs ppl haven't entrusted with large sums of money - is important.

Take darkcoin - you bring up an issue to the dev - not only does he respond - sometimes he'll have the fix up within an hour - if it's more complicated you get an update and its fixed fast either way.
That is really important for long term faith.

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March 17, 2014, 04:37:33 PM
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Update

Here's an update from the Heavycoin developers.

Stratum-mining

We have released the stratum-mining software today.  It has been made compatible with 1GH's private closed source stratum-server, so you should be able to switch your external miners between the different pools.  Although 1GH is easy to set up, we strongly recommend you to spread your mining among many pools in order to improve decentralization.


GPU mining

It looks like GPU developers have overcome hefty1, giving GPUs an advantage for mining Heavycoin.  We tried some new ideas with hefty1, but much to our disappointment it was not enough.  So, we must take our hats off to the GPU mining developers.

On the one hand, this is disappointing to us because we worked hard to try to make Heavycoin CPU-only forever.  On the other hand, this could actually be good thing because it means Heavycoin is now opened up to a new crowd of stakeholders and interests.  The amount of GPU mining interest Heavycoin is receiving is a very positive sign.

We would like to dispel the myth that GPU mining means an increased or faster increase in the supply of Heavycoin.  This is simply not true because the Heavycoin retargeting algorithm is working well to maintain the desired mint rate of 1 block (approximately) every two minutes.

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Block chain: 2014-03-17 16:22:42 | 6744 | last 588.22656250 1b6f6941 1.242 | 1hr 575.72888184 1b71d462 0.975 117.000 | 24hr 120.93071747 1c021dec 0.958 114.904 | last 149

We are happy that Heavycoin was (at least) able to give CPU-miners the first week of mining, which is often the most profitable window to mine (as the difficulty has much to adjust).  At this point we would like to ascertain to what degree Heavycoin is GPU-resistant (eg. how much CPU does it still require in order to GPU mine) before updating our website.

Our plan going forward to is to continue to support the core Heavycoin software, assist mining pools wherever possible and support the Heavycoin community with the bounties and future development fund.

bugger all cpu usage required, all my cpus are working 98% on the world community grid whilst my gpu is hashing away HVC.

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March 17, 2014, 04:42:02 PM
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I have lost so much that I feel like either committing suckcock on keccake or break cock on him!!!

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March 17, 2014, 04:43:19 PM
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I have lost so much that I feel like either committing suckcock on keccake or break cock on him!!!

lol what have you lost?
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March 17, 2014, 04:47:02 PM
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I have lost so much that I feel like either committing suckcock on keccake or break cock on him!!!

lol what have you lost?

He was most probably panicking buying and selling and buying since last week   Grin Cheesy
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March 17, 2014, 04:48:17 PM
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Hell yeah, except my 20Mh mining rig I have put a harness on my home computer with poor Sapphire R7 260x, intensity 6. Getting additional precious 3.2Mh. Smiley I can't believe I was squeezing cpu miner on cca 7 PCs with Intel CPU's whole last week and still mining big shit comparing to IT admins in some computer labs. :-) The GPU empire strikes back!!!

GPU 0:  57.0C  30%    | 3.116M/3.143Mh/s | R:1.7% HW:0 WU:0.0/m T:1 I: 6
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March 17, 2014, 04:52:45 PM
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Does anyone have a gpu miner build that works with anything other than new model ATI?
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March 17, 2014, 04:52:58 PM
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anyone know what settings I should be using for R9 270  / 280x ?  
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March 17, 2014, 04:53:58 PM
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anyone know what settings I should be using for R9 270  / 280x ?  

Preferably bad ones: More for us.

Running stable @ 8.8MH/s now on 290. (also doing cpu mining at around 180KH/s just to keep my room warm :p)
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March 17, 2014, 04:54:22 PM
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https://cryptrader.com/ check out the buying depth building on HVC, this gonna explode soon.
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March 17, 2014, 04:59:06 PM
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this is the ultimate betrayal!!

Keccak is not our girlfriend..he is a male with a penis

it means we have not been fucking with a woman but instead

we have have fucked in the ASS by a MALE for $130K BTC !!!!!!!!!!


uhhhh im guessing you dumped all your hvc?

YES before the GPU "betrayal" <<can't spell that shit....HAPPENED

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March 17, 2014, 04:59:52 PM
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https://cryptrader.com/ check out the buying depth building on HVC, this gonna explode soon.

can anyone explain to me that graph? thanks!
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March 17, 2014, 05:00:01 PM
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this is the ultimate betrayal!!

Keccak is not our girlfriend..he is a male with a penis

it means we have not been fucking with a woman but instead

we have have fucked in the ASS by a MALE for $130K BTC !!!!!!!!!!


uhhhh im guessing you dumped all your hvc?

YES before the GPU "betrayal" <<can't spell that shit....HAPPENED

hey you can still buy now while it's cheap, because it wont be for long.
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March 17, 2014, 05:01:00 PM
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this is the ultimate betrayal!!

Keccak is not our girlfriend..he is a male with a penis

it means we have not been fucking with a woman but instead

we have have fucked in the ASS by a MALE for $130K BTC !!!!!!!!!!


uhhhh im guessing you dumped all your hvc?

YES before the GPU "betrayal" <<can't spell that shit....HAPPENED

Apparently you are not smart enough to consider the effect of gpu's on ANY algorithm while willing to spend >100K on it. As stated, not smart ...
 
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March 17, 2014, 05:01:16 PM
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https://cryptrader.com/ check out the buying depth building on HVC, this gonna explode soon.

can anyone explain to me that graph? thanks!

yeah shows you how much in btc to get to different valuations based on the current order book, notice how its only like 3 BTC to get to 40 where as there is about 8 BTC stacked ready to buy.
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March 17, 2014, 05:03:26 PM
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cool thanks!
i also believe heavycoin will explode.. maybe today or at the end of the month so holding my coins like a boss Cheesy
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