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January 27, 2019, 05:04:55 PM
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Dude if only you knew, hehe
Go on, please share your point. Roll Eyes
Bob, did you get off the shit-pool express?

Over 5 GRIN now @ f2pool as of this morning. Turned off my laptop from mining with the 1080, and looking forward to resuming some fun gaming today. Still have the 1080ti running.

Waiting to get paid out; hopefully within the next 24 hours.

When I get paid out, I'll move the 1080ti over to solo mining for a week and hopefully hit at least 1 block.
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January 27, 2019, 05:06:28 PM
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First post not very appealing. Here is something i made for the Grin army. Any suggestions for improvement let me know. 🐦

https://i.imgur.com/UnBvbAb.png

Please never say grin army lol. This isn't some bs bank coin that needs an army behind it to make it successful. Nicely done on the infographic though.

Well not having informative links but just fancy graph isn't the way to go. Informative guides, links to a page contains exchanges, pools, explaining how-to-use-wallet to generic user would be more helpful.
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January 27, 2019, 05:13:12 PM
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Im an insta miner thats all i gotta say at this point, thanx

Thank you too. Not sure what to make of it, I do have a vivid imagination..
Nicehash or similar is good. Unless I'm missing something. Looking forward for an update.

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Over 5 GRIN now @ f2pool as of this morning. Turned off my laptop from mining with the 1080, and looking forward to resuming some fun gaming today. Still have the 1080ti running.

Waiting to get paid out; hopefully within the next 24 hours.

When I get paid out, I'll move the 1080ti over to solo mining for a week and hopefully hit at least 1 block.

Good luck with that one bro. Best of luck. Seems a little optimistic with a single 1080ti, but I'll play. Please let us know. Cheesy
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January 27, 2019, 05:34:24 PM
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Dude if only you knew, hehe
Go on, please share your point. Roll Eyes
Bob, did you get off the shit-pool express?

Over 5 GRIN now @ f2pool as of this morning. Turned off my laptop from mining with the 1080, and looking forward to resuming some fun gaming today. Still have the 1080ti running.

Waiting to get paid out; hopefully within the next 24 hours.

When I get paid out, I'll move the 1080ti over to solo mining for a week and hopefully hit at least 1 block.
Going to be tough with all the competition on this coin now, I'll be rooting for you to hit a block.

Does anyone even know the current odds for a block on a 1080ti?

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January 27, 2019, 05:40:55 PM
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These new coins made me flee the Windows 10. minerbabe captured my 8_588 and 16_1070 on c31 - 7  graph/s .  And 8_1063 I was able to attach to the beam in  hiveos.  bminer-v14.0.0 on a working computer with 3_1070 12.5 graph / s = 15 graph / s at f2pool.
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January 27, 2019, 05:48:57 PM
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Does anyone even know the current odds for a block on a 1080ti?

At current diff it's ~1:300000 with AR29 and slightly better with AT31. Or ~7 months for a block on average. The diff is not going to stay "current" obviously.

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January 27, 2019, 05:56:37 PM
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Does anyone even know the current odds for a block on a 1080ti?
At current diff it's ~1:300000 with AR29 and slightly better with AT31. Or ~7 months for a block on average. The diff is not going to stay "current" obviously.

I'll give it a week.

I have fond memories of CPU mining a Bitcoin block back in the day, and would be nice to think I could solo mine at least 1 block with this stuff, before the difficulty truly goes parabolic.

I've never really followed an altcoin launch before, and am absolutely blown away with how much and quickly, the difficulty is increasing for this project.

It has really taken off in an amazing way.
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January 27, 2019, 06:03:22 PM
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Does anyone even know the current odds for a block on a 1080ti?
At current diff it's ~1:300000 with AR29 and slightly better with AT31. Or ~7 months for a block on average. The diff is not going to stay "current" obviously.

I'll give it a week.

I have fond memories of CPU mining a Bitcoin block back in the day, and would be nice to think I could solo mine at least 1 block with this stuff, before the difficulty truly goes parabolic.

I've never really followed an altcoin launch before, and am absolutely blown away with how much and quickly, the difficulty is increasing for this project.

It has really taken off in an amazing way.

At first you have catastrophic inflation that no amount of hype can overcome, 100% per day on the second day. Then it settles down at least a little, maybe 10% per day, now the early days hype can overcome it. But hype is transitory, inflation is like the tide. Inflation will break the back of the hype machine and we will see a long price decline for 6 months to a year minimum. Difficulty tracks the price so it should be easy to mine again during that lull. I plan to be mining a lot during that time.

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January 27, 2019, 06:24:49 PM
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At first you have catastrophic inflation that no amount of hype can overcome, 100% per day on the second day. Then it settles down at least a little, maybe 10% per day, now the early days hype can overcome it. But hype is transitory, inflation is like the tide. Inflation will break the back of the hype machine and we will see a long price decline for 6 months to a year minimum. Difficulty tracks the price so it should be easy to mine again during that lull. I plan to be mining a lot during that time.
Great. Now tell me what coin doesn't have 100% per day on second day? Or some coins have halving on second day? Cheesy
Look Raven for example. First 4 years have same inflation like GRIN. Every day new 7.2 mil coins mined , every day, first 4 years.

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January 27, 2019, 06:51:22 PM
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I am trying to get into Grin and read and watched a couple of articles and videos. Grin pomotes itself as scalable. However Jasper van der Maarel states [1] it does process only 10 transactions per second. This is definitely not scalable. So, how is that meant to be scalable?

[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzHswLujMYc&feature=youtu.be&t=555
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January 27, 2019, 06:56:03 PM
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I am trying to get into Grin and read and watched a couple of articles and videos. Grin pomotes itself as scalable. However Jasper van der Maarel states [1] it does process only 10 transactions per second. This is definitely not scalable. So, how is that meant to be scalable?

[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzHswLujMYc&feature=youtu.be&t=555

That is valid point how this could be possible to handle bulk transaction while some other projects already doing job very well than how Grin will provide this solution. I also interested to know about this.
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January 27, 2019, 08:18:47 PM
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I am trying to get into Grin and read and watched a couple of articles and videos. Grin pomotes itself as scalable. However Jasper van der Maarel states [1] it does process only 10 transactions per second. This is definitely not scalable. So, how is that meant to be scalable?

[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzHswLujMYc&feature=youtu.be&t=555

It's 14 tps.

It's scalable because it doesn't have ever-mounting costs. If you took Bitcoin and gave it 100 MB blocks, that'd be up to 5.2 TB of data added per year to the history that some subset of users would have to completely store and all full nodes would have to completely download. Altcoins get away with using large max block sizes and saying that they're "scalable" because their blocks are usually empty, so they don't actually have to face the costs.

Grin has a 15 MB bitcoin-equivalent max block size, and while this increases the bandwidth which nodes require (from an absolute minimum of 53 kbps on Bitcoin to 200 kbps on grin - note however that the network cannot function if most nodes have only this minimum), it largely does not increase the history which nodes must keep track of, since mimblewimble uniquely allows the entire network to forget old data.

Maybe in the future there will be a willingness to increase the minimum required bandwidth on grin substantially as global Internet speeds increase. At first glance 200 kbps seems conservative for grin, and since grin does not aim to be a store of value, it can afford to be somewhat reckless anyway. But as long as your network relies on every network participant taking a look at every transaction (ie. on-chain transactions in all decentralized block chain systems), you have no hope of competing with the throughput of eg. Visa, since you have to support ordinary people with less-than-optimized Internet connections running nodes. Global broadcast just doesn't scale well, which is why we're not all tapped into the same Ethernet network. LN can get Visa-level transaction volumes because it keeps most transactions local to the participants.

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January 27, 2019, 09:30:30 PM
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Please RT , hope we hit 20$ tomorrow 🤞
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January 27, 2019, 09:41:19 PM
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Any idea why i am getting an average 8 Gh/s on minerbabe and Greenmint reports only 4Gh/s?

29 Rx 570's with 8 GB vram & 2 Vegas
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January 27, 2019, 10:11:08 PM
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Any idea why i am getting an average 8 Gh/s on minerbabe and Greenmint reports only 4Gh/s?

29 Rx 570's with 8 GB vram & 2 Vegas

Variance? Give it some time - and I mean 12-24h - and check the pool average then.

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January 27, 2019, 10:26:38 PM
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Any idea why i am getting an average 8 Gh/s on minerbabe and Greenmint reports only 4Gh/s?

29 Rx 570's with 8 GB vram & 2 Vegas

Variance? Give it some time - and I mean 12-24h - and check the pool average then.

Yes give it a day. Maybe even two. And then try sparkpool. Sorry, but I also noticed lower graph rate reported on Grinmint last week.
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January 27, 2019, 10:57:06 PM
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I'm also on Grinmint, what's the general consensus? Good pool or not? What are most others using?

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January 27, 2019, 11:06:11 PM
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The "general consensus" is to keep trying... Wink
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January 27, 2019, 11:08:34 PM
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The "general consensus" is to keep trying... Wink
trying to beat monero and zcash, right ? )

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January 28, 2019, 12:58:46 AM
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I have a problem. A power failure caused my node to shutdown. If I start it up again it prints this on the screen

I failed to find one of the right cookies. Found 0
Segmentation fault (core dumped)


Also, grin --help does not help that much. What should I do?

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