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June 15, 2014, 07:15:30 PM
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~12hr before next phase

LIMIT

start voting low!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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June 15, 2014, 07:27:58 PM
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I love how cool my miner is running

What next phase?

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June 15, 2014, 08:10:02 PM
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I love how cool my miner is running

What next phase?
http://heavycoin.github.io/about.html#decentralised-voting
scroll down to the table

all the explanation is there...
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June 15, 2014, 08:14:10 PM
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I love how cool my miner is running

What next phase?

The next phase is the "Limit phase".  In the limit phase voting for a lower block reward has the effect reducing the max money supply from 128M to something smaller.

The max vote is still 1024. The duration of the limit phase is in the number of blocks.

So if the voted block reward is 512, then for each block mined 512 coins are effectively lost from the network forever and the total money supply decreases.  (The coins that are "lost" are the 512 that could have been mined if the block reward was the maximum 1024.)
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June 15, 2014, 09:36:55 PM
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is there anyone who can port the mjollnircoin miner (70% more hashrate on my miners from 50 to 84Mh/s) to the heavycoin miner?
user chango created it, but no longer busy with hefty
reorder is very busy IRL and has no time... but he has a better solution in pipeline.

anyone?
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June 16, 2014, 01:57:59 AM
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The CEO of Gridseed announced today in his Weibo account that Gridseed launched a new project that they are researching a multiple mining 16nm assic which can mine sha256,sha3,scrypt,scrypt-n and x11 coins simultaneously.

I guess it maybe a good news for HVC.
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June 16, 2014, 04:38:48 AM
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http://i.imgur.com/IuGMezD.jpg
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June 16, 2014, 11:41:54 AM
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The CEO of Gridseed announced today in his Weibo account that Gridseed launched a new project that they are researching a multiple mining 16nm assic which can mine sha256,sha3,scrypt,scrypt-n and x11 coins simultaneously.

I guess it maybe a good news for HVC.

Whoa - that's huge.

16nm - I thought that the current best ones were in the mid 20's - if someone can educate me, please let me know.

fengkaitj - thanks so much for sharing this news and translating for us - very much appreciated.

Cheers,
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June 16, 2014, 02:49:35 PM
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The CEO of Gridseed announced today in his Weibo account that Gridseed launched a new project that they are researching a multiple mining 16nm assic which can mine sha256,sha3,scrypt,scrypt-n and x11 coins simultaneously.

Got a link to that announcement?
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June 16, 2014, 04:52:47 PM
Last edit: June 17, 2014, 08:11:57 PM by TheRealSteve
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1gh has overtaken zhpool again

Pool hash rates and miners
pool
rate (Mh/s)*
delta***
% of network
miners**
  rate/miner
fee (%)
payout
http://hvc.1gh.com/
10,390.67
4,778.10
55.33
1
RBPPS
http://heavycoin.zhpool.com/
8,370.80
-2,435.90
44.57
134.5
62.24
1
PPLNS
http://heavycoin.miningpoolhub.com/
0.18
0.06
0
0.8
0.22
1
PPLNS
http://hvc.nonce-pool.com/
18.01
-6.74
0.1
3.6
38.4
1
PPLNS
total
18,779.66
2,335.52
100
* due to rate variability displayed through pool statistics pages, rates are based on average of 10 samples over the past hour
** miner count for 1gh unavailable
*** Delta since last update


Block Progression and Pool Luck

last 24h
1gh
nonce
zhpool
poolhub
hash avg
9,868.44
20.65
9,097.07
2.39
blocks
519
0
457
0
hash %
51.97
0.11
47.91
0.01
blocks %
53.18
0.00
46.82
0.00
luck %
102.30
0.00
97.70
0.00
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last 7d
1gh
nonce
zhpool
poolhub
hash avg
6,934.82
31.68
12,098.75
3.24
blocks
2,051
9
3,429
1
hash %
36.37
0.17
63.45
0.02
blocks %
37.36
0.16
62.46
0.02
luck %
102.72
98.67
98.44
107.28

1gh Top stats
Top 100Mhash/s|Top 10Mhash/s
Total:10,345.53|Total:5,075.67
Mean rate:103.46|Mean rate:507.57
Median rate:19.30|Median rate:316.36
Mode(10) rate:0|Mode(100) rate:300
% of pool:99.6%|% of pool:48.8%
% of network:55.1%|% of network:27%

Pool voting


Mining (indicative, not authoritative!)
payoff per Mhash/s / dayideal solo
1gh
nonce
zhpool
poolhub
HVC30.24180
30.24
29.05
28.98
31.58
mBTC0.09103
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.10
USD0.05221
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
pool take/day
1gh
nonce
zhpool
poolhub
HVC
2,118.40
9.30
3,541.68
1.03
BTC
0.01
0.00
0.01
0.00
USD
3.66
0.02
6.11
0.00
Based on last 7 days performance and... block reward: HVC723.003090909091 | mBTC/HVC: 0.00301 | USD/BTC: $573.52

Like these Stats Posts? Donate HeavyCoin: HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb

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June 16, 2014, 10:57:00 PM
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The CEO of Gridseed announced today in his Weibo account that Gridseed launched a new project that they are researching a multiple mining 16nm assic which can mine sha256,sha3,scrypt,scrypt-n and x11 coins simultaneously.

Got a link to that announcement?

http://weibo.com/1668481133/B9cbbvJNh
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June 17, 2014, 02:50:47 PM
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Development update

Heavycoin version 1.3 has been released!  This version contains payment protocol support, a few minor updates and a checkpoint.

Changelog
  • Payment protocol support for heavycoin: URIs
  • Added checkpoint at height 60,000
  • Minor UI fix

Download links are listed on the Heavycoin website and the Heavycoin ANN post
We recommend that everyone upgrades to this version.
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June 17, 2014, 03:32:34 PM
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Works great, thanks!

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June 17, 2014, 08:12:26 PM
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Payment protocol support for heavycoin: URIs

Can you confirm this is working on Windows?  No protocol handler is set up, and passing the URI on the command line yields "URI can not be parsed!" using my address / example address from unittests.cpp .
( as an aside: bummer - the forum software mangles the URLs no matter how I seem to format them Smiley )

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June 18, 2014, 06:17:15 AM
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Payment protocol support for heavycoin: URIs

Can you confirm this is working on Windows?  No protocol handler is set up, and passing the URI on the command line yields "URI can not be parsed!" using my address / example address from unittests.cpp .
( as an aside: bummer - the forum software mangles the URLs no matter how I seem to format them Smiley )

regarding no1 - There is no Heavycoin windows installer, so I think something needs to be configured in your Windows to make the association work.

regarding no2 -  I guess the forum mangling is related to the length of it... maybe we change to hvc:// Would that fit?
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June 18, 2014, 11:51:40 AM
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regarding no1 - There is no Heavycoin windows installer, so I think something needs to be configured in your Windows to make the association work.
Gotcha - figured that part might have been handled in the client itself Smiley

However, that doesn't explain the error thrown when feeding the client the URI manually, e.g.:
Code:
heavycoin-qt.exe heavycoin:HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb
or
heavycoin-qt.exe heavycoin://HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb
yields:


I'm not sure this is all there is to it, but I'd guess that at least this one line was overlooked:
https://github.com/heavycoin/heavycoin/blob/master/src/qt/guiutil.cpp#L83



regarding no2 -  I guess the forum mangling is related to the length of it... maybe we change to hvc:// Would that fit?
I suspect it's some forum URL parser at work where an exception was made for "bitcoin:".  Using hvc (or heavycoin, etc.), you get this:

Code:
input: hvc:HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb
result: http://hvc://HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb

input: hvc://HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb
result: http://hvc//HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb

If that's the case, then there's not much that can be done about that without getting forum operators to add heavycoin to the list of allowed protocols... and then watch as hundreds of other coins also want it Wink

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June 18, 2014, 01:39:50 PM
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Hey guys,

Ok - I need everyone's help - I am trying to get Heavycoin added on to the Facebook MultiCoin Tipping app.

They are having a vote to find the next three coins to add to their app - we are currently in fifth position and need some votes to move us to the top of the list.

To vote:

1) Go to: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MultiCoinTipping/permalink/752043308192691/?qa_ref=pp

2) Click to join group (it's called "MulticoinTipping")

3) Once you are accepted to the goup, go to the link above one more time and select the "20 More" options to see all of the coins that can be voted for

4) Select Heavycoin

5) Know that you are loved by Mumbly Smiley

We need 9 more people to get in to the top three at the moment - please help out if you can.


Thanks guys - remember Facebook has a few hundred million people who will be able to receive Heavycoin if we get in the top three - please jump on this if you can.

Cheers,
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June 18, 2014, 01:43:42 PM
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The CEO of Gridseed announced today in his Weibo account that Gridseed launched a new project that they are researching a multiple mining 16nm assic which can mine sha256,sha3,scrypt,scrypt-n and x11 coins simultaneously.

I guess it maybe a good news for HVC.

I can only hope for that cocksucker to get hit by a car and remain crippled for life. And, after that, I also hope he will get bone cancer.
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June 18, 2014, 01:52:21 PM
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The CEO of Gridseed announced today in his Weibo account that Gridseed launched a new project that they are researching a multiple mining 16nm assic which can mine sha256,sha3,scrypt,scrypt-n and x11 coins simultaneously.

I guess it maybe a good news for HVC.

I can only hope for that cocksucker to get hit by a car and remain crippled for life. And, after that, I also hope he will get bone cancer.

Wow - what?

You might need to fill us in on some back story here...

While we're all waiting - Look two posts up and vote for HVC on Facebook *shameless promotion* #BoneCancer!
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June 18, 2014, 02:27:48 PM
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regarding no1 - There is no Heavycoin windows installer, so I think something needs to be configured in your Windows to make the association work.
Gotcha - figured that part might have been handled in the client itself Smiley

However, that doesn't explain the error thrown when feeding the client the URI manually, e.g.:
Code:
heavycoin-qt.exe heavycoin:HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb
or
heavycoin-qt.exe heavycoin://HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb
yields:


I'm not sure this is all there is to it, but I'd guess that at least this one line was overlooked:
https://github.com/heavycoin/heavycoin/blob/master/src/qt/guiutil.cpp#L83



regarding no2 -  I guess the forum mangling is related to the length of it... maybe we change to hvc:// Would that fit?
I suspect it's some forum URL parser at work where an exception was made for "bitcoin:".  Using hvc (or heavycoin, etc.), you get this:

Code:
input: hvc:HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb
result: http://hvc://HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb

input: hvc://HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb
result: http://hvc//HTQUFnH79dorHhfJATgLDUAwNpQ2Xa9LLb

If that's the case, then there's not much that can be done about that without getting forum operators to add heavycoin to the list of allowed protocols... and then watch as hundreds of other coins also want it Wink

You're right.  We've missed something.  This will be fixed for the next release, but we'll try to get a point release out sooner.
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