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January 25, 2019, 12:48:58 AM
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I just started mining Grin in grinmint.com (Win10, AMD). I've created account in BitForex, as this seemed like the most straight-forward way to get a wallet address where I can send the mined coins (when confirmed etc).
Can somebody who has already went through that explain the process - once there are mined coins in GrinMint, how to get them in BitForex with min.risk?

Another question - I saw some topics for Bminer being the fastest miner. I have AMD cards, so it doesn't work with them, right?

RX 580, 8GB gives me ~ 1,5 gps - is that OK, good or bad?

It was a pretty efficient spot to be w/ GGM.  Grin Pro (basically new vers of GGM) gives a massive bump to 2 gps w/ same settings.
Thanks, tried GrinPro and I get ~1,7gps on each car.
What settings do you have on the RX580 to get 2gps?

Mem doesn't matter much - mostly about core.  I see a lot of ppl w/ core around 1100 - not sure what algo they're coming from, but that's pretty low for mw.

I'm at 1250/2000 @ 850mv for ~105w.  Seen a lot of chatter about CPU strength affecting h/r - i have ryzens and higher end intels.  Celerons may be a bottleneck.

I have a variety of rigs with different processors.  I primarily have Vega56s and 4708Gbs., All the rigs with the 8 core Vishera processors are much higher h/r than those with celerons or 2-core phenoms.  The weak link IS the CPU.

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January 25, 2019, 01:01:34 AM
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This. Stuff like this is why I try to stay in the warm comfort of the WO thread  Undecided

* BobLawblaw raises walking-stick and mock-angrily shakes at Theymos

I was ignoring this whole Grin thing and then I see you in this chat room.  Crap.  I guess I have to read up on it now.
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January 25, 2019, 03:12:10 AM
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Am I correct in stating that there will be approximately 315 million GRIN after 10 years?

1 per second x 10 years?

If so the supply doesn't seem that high to me considering what the potential is for this coin to develop in the next ten years.



You're right. I also think the same - many people misunderstand. They think that Grin's monetary policy is stupid and irrational. Well, it is not. It has been designed this way on purpose. I personally think it's a good model and will play out nicely. Here's a nice chart that shows the Grin supply

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RO3zc5AvfN9rcVnrYnLjqCikFLHmD39_7MCV18lDrvc/edit#gid=0

Agreed. I always was a believer of the tail emmission that some cryptonote coins implemented. However, the implementation was more for the adapative block size than the distribution, but it still gives continuous incentives for miners.

In anycase, a hard cap on the supply in some coins are not practical unless the developers were planning something else for the coin other than make it a daily currency. The hard cap encourages hoarding, which might be a limitation for mass adoption.

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January 25, 2019, 06:06:04 AM
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Glad I'm not alone in my opinion


Nope, now there's two of you.
Cheesy


You just reminded me how much I love the TV show Counterpart  Shocked

Yeah, good show. Smiley

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January 25, 2019, 06:21:09 AM
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what do u think about price in 1-2 month?

If you're in this for the price right now, I might recommend starting a new thread speculating about that.

It is risky involving yourself with a new project, and we are far too early to gauge price.

As some Wall Observers have noted (Hairy ?), it is currently over-priced, given the constant emission rate and inflationary factors.

Sorry hijack

I have built an initial position with funds I am happily prepared to lose.  I have waiting for Grin for almost a year and wouldn’t forgive myself if this one got away. 

That said I won’t be buying again above 0.0005 BTC and then only in small bites to dollar cost average down. 

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January 25, 2019, 07:05:34 AM
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Hello! Help please.
trying set up wallet on Virtualbox. After wallet installing need to open 3415 port for deposit.
1.what ip set in router for 3415 port?  192.168...?
2.how check it work?
3.what address use for deposit? 10.15.20... :3415 from wallet  or real ip:3415 ?
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January 25, 2019, 07:20:16 AM
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Hello! Help please.
trying set up wallet on Virtualbox. After wallet installing need to open 3415 port for deposit.
1.what ip set in router for 3415 port?  192.168...?
2.how check it work?
3.what address use for deposit? 10.15.20... :3415 from wallet  or real ip:3415 ?

1. Yes, open the port for your Virtualbox local network ip.
2. Port forward check tool: http://www.canyouseeme.org/
3. To make sure I would use your real WAN ip. That said, both should work if configured correctly.

4. Use the email withdraw option.
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January 25, 2019, 07:43:23 AM
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Cryptotourist, thank you Smiley
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January 25, 2019, 10:39:57 AM
Last edit: January 25, 2019, 10:53:08 AM by Cryptotourist
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I have to hand it to the fuckers.
Never a fan of private builds, but I wish someone had said it out loud.

Minerbabe

As a Windows user, you don't need to know anything about Linux to install Minerbabe.
The reasons I initially discarded it was a) not open source, b) Linux based.
I thought I had to manually configure everything, and since my rigs where on Windows I hesitated and couldn't be bothered.
It's also partly Minerbabe's fault for not having a detailed guide.

Thought to give it a go, because rewards have plummeted on c29, and my hardware is for c31 anyways.
Disconnected my SSD & booted from USB drive, and...

BOOM

MY VEGA's64 ARE ALIVE, mining c31.

The 3% Dev fee is really worth it to mine c31.
I noticed it connects to f2pool for that.
Also:
https://www.grin-forum.org/t/analyzing-minerbabe-suspicious-ip-traffic/2282/5
I think the answer was adequate.

NVDIA (1080ti) rig will follow as soon as I find another USB drive.
It doesn't matter if Bminer has a higher graph rate on c29 - it does not support c31 yet (rewards doubled).
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January 25, 2019, 10:41:10 AM
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i'm running a node (on a google hosted micro instance) and noticing it lagging on chain height all the time - despite plenty of connections reporting true chain height

anyone else see behavior like this?


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January 25, 2019, 10:55:19 AM
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Sorry hijack

I have built an initial position with funds I am happily prepared to lose.  I have waiting for Grin for almost a year and wouldn’t forgive myself if this one got away.  

That said I won’t be buying again above 0.0005 BTC and then only in small bites to dollar cost average down.  

Saucy monkey, HairyMaclairy  Grin

Did I mention that mining Grin gives me a hard on like the one I experienced mining BTC in 2013. Only even better.
It has only been ten days  Roll Eyes
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January 25, 2019, 11:36:05 AM
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Can I be honest?  

I love the tech but think the infinite emissions policy is broken.

And the dev team haven’t put themselves in a strong position by announcing there will be regular hard forks.  

So soon enough someone will hard fork it with a 4 year halvening cycle.  

Which begs the question - what happens to Grin with a contentious hard fork?

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January 25, 2019, 11:41:04 AM
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January 25, 2019, 11:57:23 AM
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Can I be honest?  

I love it but think the infinite emissions policy is broken.

And the dev team haven’t put themselves in a strong position by announcing there will be regular hard forks.  

So soon enough someone will hard fork it with a 4 year halvening cycle.  

Which begs the question - what happens to Grin with a contentious hard fork?



Well that's like asking back in 2014, what will happen to ETH with all these smart contracts?
Or what will happen to DASH with all these MN projects.
You get the picture, & I think you also agree because you just said that you love it Wink
Time will tell.

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Fine, but c29 right?
Check:

https://www.grin-forum.org/t/miner-for-amd-nvidia-4g-6g-8g-10g-gpu-from-minerbabe/2184

https://grin-pool.org/what-to-mine/

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January 25, 2019, 02:12:29 PM
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Guys, can you recommend if where could I host a Linux OS safety as my grin wallet?
I'm a windows user and I don't have much space on my laptop to install a virtual machine OS.

Planning to use the website host from hostgator or goddy that you can access via SSH could you think is it worth to use as wallet?

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January 25, 2019, 02:54:33 PM
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Guys, can you recommend if where could I host a Linux OS safety as my grin wallet?
I'm a windows user and I don't have much space on my laptop to install a virtual machine OS.

Planning to use the website host from hostgator or goddy that you can access via SSH could you think is it worth to use as wallet?
I think that you should not use dedicated machines.
The current cost of hard drives will allow you to purchase either an external hard drive or an internal hard drive. And on it already install Linux.
For example 100gb ~ ebay16$ or external HDD ebay ~19$
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January 25, 2019, 03:06:32 PM
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Guys, can you recommend if where could I host a Linux OS safety as my grin wallet?
I'm a windows user and I don't have much space on my laptop to install a virtual machine OS.

Planning to use the website host from hostgator or goddy that you can access via SSH could you think is it worth to use as wallet?

I'm also a Windows-guy but I remember there used to be ways to run Linux from USB (though last time I talked about was like... 11 years ago).
A quick search brought me to this guide: https://www.tecmint.com/install-linux-os-on-usb-drive/
I've done a quick read through it and it seems to be a good guide, maybe that'll be what you'll need!

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January 25, 2019, 03:19:28 PM
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Is there an ANN thread in bitcointalk.org or the official grin forum?

 because I feel uneasy of trusting them without any user comments.

Could be a virus chest.

Well I haven't found one, but I think that GrinPro's team is related to Ace miner:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5097693.0

Both miners passed my security check, but that doesn't really say much.


Ace is apparently a ripoff of GGM.  Grin Pro is from the GGM dev: https://grinpro.io/

Who says that Grin Pro is from GGM dev?

Is there anyone to vouch for this miner?
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January 25, 2019, 03:28:56 PM
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Who says that Grin Pro is from GGM dev?

Is there anyone to vouch for this miner?

https://github.com/mozkomor/GrinGoldMiner

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Closed source GGM build with 10-15% extra speed, local json API and other features at https://grinpro.io/

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"ツ" aka "Tsu" was adopted as the official currency symbol of the project.

Bad idea IMO since ツ is so common in Japanese. It'd be like using the letter "G" as their symbol.

Yes, it may be odd particularly for Japanese, but ツ can be used for counting almost everything.
The following site is good to grab the meaning of ツ.

https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/japanese-counter-tsu/
"The Japanese counter 〜つ is probably the most useful counter you can learn. It just counts… "things." And when we say "things," we really mean it: it can count literally anything. That's pretty broad, though, so let's break it down into various categories."

That's why Japanese Grin supporters haven't denied ツ to be used as Grin's symbol as far as I know.

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