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June 11, 2014, 12:07:10 AM
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Actually, that brings up a good point that I didn't think about.

There's people here who actively support Bytecoin .. what do any of you think or make of cryptonote?

Good guys/bad guys .. ?

I mean there was a disagreement between the two communities .. as a supporter of one do you still have interest in the other?

Like if you feel that you support Bytecoin .. do you feel animosity toward CryptoNote (either direct or indirect)?

I support whoever made this code. Thats all.

then by extension you should support the goal of whoever made that code right?

If the goal is to take down banks, yes.

The ultimate goal of cryptonote team members is massive adoption of their technology. I dont see a massive adoption of a premine coin such as Bytecoin happen anytime soon. TBH, the market has already decided that MRO is cryptonote coin that matters for now. It is also the most technologically relevant today as most of its update comes from MRO.



Dont take that for granted, things can change anytime.
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June 11, 2014, 01:39:03 AM
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Actually, that brings up a good point that I didn't think about.

There's people here who actively support Bytecoin .. what do any of you think or make of cryptonote?

Good guys/bad guys .. ?

I mean there was a disagreement between the two communities .. as a supporter of one do you still have interest in the other?

Like if you feel that you support Bytecoin .. do you feel animosity toward CryptoNote (either direct or indirect)?

I support whoever made this code. Thats all.

then by extension you should support the goal of whoever made that code right?

If the goal is to take down banks, yes.

The ultimate goal of cryptonote team members is massive adoption of their technology. I dont see a massive adoption of a premine coin such as Bytecoin happen anytime soon. TBH, the market has already decided that MRO is cryptonote coin that matters for now. It is also the most technologically relevant today as most of its update comes from MRO.



Massive giveaway = massive adoption. I wouldn't be surprised to learn of measures preventing the mining teams from keeping any for themselves to dump.
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June 11, 2014, 02:28:57 AM
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we need a pool with GPU support

this coin it been 80% solo

best pool atm is 80kh/s but the newwork is 600kh/s

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June 11, 2014, 02:37:38 AM
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we need a pool with GPU support

this coin it been 80% solo

best pool atm is 80kh/s but the newwork is 600kh/s
as far as I know you can use gpu on my pool, http port
http://bcn.extremepool.org

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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June 11, 2014, 02:53:43 AM
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this coin it been 80% solo

Why in the world would that be viewed as bad?

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this coin it been 80% solo

Why in the world would that be viewed as bad?



Do you perhaps think they launched it this way to get more people running full nodes? It's like they want to remind us of decentralization, create a new generation of patriots. But why then are they oddly silent while holding all the stuff?
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June 11, 2014, 03:50:06 AM
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this coin it been 80% solo

Why in the world would that be viewed as bad?



Do you perhaps think they launched it this way to get more people running full nodes? It's like they want to remind us of decentralization, but why then are they oddly silent while holding all the stuff?

I have no idea. I do remember that minergate (with an obscene fee) was available either right away or very quickly, so it is probably related to the developers in some manner.

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June 11, 2014, 04:09:16 AM
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I have no idea. I do remember that minergate (with an obscene fee) was available either right away or very quickly, so it is probably related to the developers in some manner.

It popped up pretty much a day after the BCN forumn was announced and they had the miner program there with it aswell.
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June 11, 2014, 05:08:45 AM
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I have no idea. I do remember that minergate (with an obscene fee) was available either right away or very quickly, so it is probably related to the developers in some manner.

It popped up pretty much a day after the BCN forumn was announced and they had the miner program there with it aswell.

and if you start looking at whois records you can connect minergate to www.appliedprobability.org

where as bytecoin.org has their whois protected, like bitoin and ducknote

always interesting to see who is out in the open and who likes their privacy.

by the way who is really behind ducknote, what is their connection bcn? is that bcns way of appeasing all those who
were upset at not being in on the early bcn days.

Anybody know?
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June 11, 2014, 05:37:33 AM
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New difficulty heights for Bytecoin: Difficulty:72,945,109
And a nice volume increase on poloniex: from a few BTC to 22.3547449 BTC

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June 11, 2014, 05:52:08 AM
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New difficulty heights for Bytecoin: Difficulty:72,945,109
And a nice volume increase on poloniex: from a few BTC to 22.3547449 BTC

Also, people are taking down their sell orders. We're under 500 mill BCN for on sell side now.
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June 11, 2014, 08:46:22 AM
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what can i do if i will use many computers to build a pool,only can i used.
i want solo this coin ,
who can help me ,thanks
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June 11, 2014, 10:52:59 AM
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Hi friend,

Probably everybody else than me can answer this question much better. But as nobody answered now, I can explain you what I would do:

1. Load the mining-package down to each computer you want to use.
1b. Update Blockchains on all computers.
2. Create an wallet address on one of your computers by starting the wallet.
3. Import the resulting wallet private key to all of your computers which you want to use mining this coin.
4. Start the solo mining on every computer.

By doing this successfully you did not build a pool, but set up ypur computers for solo mining each to the same wallet. If you really want to build your own pool, it will be something else.

I´m not sure if this will work out, just let´s wait for some expert´s opinion on this. Good luck. The coins may be with you ;-)

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June 11, 2014, 11:04:57 AM
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Hi friend,

Probably everybody else than me can answer this question much better. But as nobody answered now, I can explain you what I would do:

1. Load the mining-package down to each computer you want to use.
1b. Update Blockchains on all computers.
2. Create an wallet address on one of your computers by starting the wallet.
3. Import the resulting wallet private key to all of your computers which you want to use mining this coin.
4. Start the solo mining on every computer.

By doing this successfully you did not build a pool, but set up ypur computers for solo mining each to the same wallet. If you really want to build your own pool, it will be something else.

I´m not sure if this will work out, just let´s wait for some expert´s opinion on this. Good luck. The coins may be with you ;-)

You don't need to do #3 (and it is better not to -- keep your private key safe and secure). Just use this command in the daemon window on each solo mining computer.

start_mining [wallet public address] [threads]

They will all mine to the same wallet.
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June 11, 2014, 11:54:12 AM
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Hi friend,

Probably everybody else than me can answer this question much better. But as nobody answered now, I can explain you what I would do:

1. Load the mining-package down to each computer you want to use.
1b. Update Blockchains on all computers.
2. Create an wallet address on one of your computers by starting the wallet.
3. Import the resulting wallet private key to all of your computers which you want to use mining this coin.
4. Start the solo mining on every computer.

By doing this successfully you did not build a pool, but set up ypur computers for solo mining each to the same wallet. If you really want to build your own pool, it will be something else.

I´m not sure if this will work out, just let´s wait for some expert´s opinion on this. Good luck. The coins may be with you ;-)


Thank you for answering my question, your answer is clear and simple, but I still have a problem to trouble you.
I hope all the machine to mine a block,the speed will be faster, your answer whether that means each machine to mine a block.
if i want to achieve my goal,i must set a pool?...
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June 11, 2014, 12:02:55 PM
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Hi friend,

Probably everybody else than me can answer this question much better. But as nobody answered now, I can explain you what I would do:

1. Load the mining-package down to each computer you want to use.
1b. Update Blockchains on all computers.
2. Create an wallet address on one of your computers by starting the wallet.
3. Import the resulting wallet private key to all of your computers which you want to use mining this coin.
4. Start the solo mining on every computer.

By doing this successfully you did not build a pool, but set up ypur computers for solo mining each to the same wallet. If you really want to build your own pool, it will be something else.

I´m not sure if this will work out, just let´s wait for some expert´s opinion on this. Good luck. The coins may be with you ;-)

You don't need to do #3 (and it is better not to -- keep your private key safe and secure). Just use this command in the daemon window on each solo mining computer.

start_mining [wallet public address] [threads]

They will all mine to the same wallet.
Hi friend,

Probably everybody else than me can answer this question much better. But as nobody answered now, I can explain you what I would do:

1. Load the mining-package down to each computer you want to use.
1b. Update Blockchains on all computers.
2. Create an wallet address on one of your computers by starting the wallet.
3. Import the resulting wallet private key to all of your computers which you want to use mining this coin.
4. Start the solo mining on every computer.

By doing this successfully you did not build a pool, but set up ypur computers for solo mining each to the same wallet. If you really want to build your own pool, it will be something else.

I´m not sure if this will work out, just let´s wait for some expert´s opinion on this. Good luck. The coins may be with you ;-)

You don't need to do #3 (and it is better not to -- keep your private key safe and secure). Just use this command in the daemon window on each solo mining computer.

start_mining [wallet public address] [threads]

They will all mine to the same wallet.
First of all,thank you for your answering
I still have a problem to trouble you.
I hope all the machine to mine a block,the speed will be faster, your answer whether that means each machine to mine a block.
if i want to achieve my goal,i must set a pool?...
thanks
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June 11, 2014, 03:23:01 PM
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Block time: 120 seconds (2 minutes)

Is this real? currently it's almost 8 block every hour. what's the matter?
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June 11, 2014, 04:26:44 PM
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new site gets me excited.
Good luck! Kiss
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June 11, 2014, 10:15:28 PM
Last edit: June 11, 2014, 11:15:45 PM by gogamoga
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what can i do if i will use many computers to build a pool,only can i used.
i want solo this coin ,
who can help me ,thanks

Pool: https://github.com/zone117x/node-cryptonote-pool
Miner: https://github.com/Lucasjones/cpuminer-multi
Configuration is pretty straightforward.
Dont use the simple miner as others suggested.
Use the cpuminer-multi and you will have significant gain in hashrate. (And another benefit of not having to run the daemon on each node)

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June 11, 2014, 10:34:31 PM
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Block time: 120 seconds (2 minutes)

Is this real? currently it's almost 8 block every hour. what's the matter?

When there is an adjustment to the hash rate, difficulty takes a while to adjust, so there will be a temporary variation in block time. Random fluctuations are always present as well.
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