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August 18, 2014, 10:51:06 AM
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His hashrate is equivalent of 1000 Radeon 290.... or 6000 intel haswell cores
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August 18, 2014, 12:56:13 PM
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Woah! What happened to Monero?

Looks like it was a pump and dump all along - Who would have thought with all that vitriolic anti-BCN  FUD from the likes of Darkota

I think I am right in saying that most of the Bytecoin owners are fully committed standing by the Devs and see Bytecoin as a long term interest and investment!  Smiley


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August 18, 2014, 01:01:57 PM
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Woah! What happened to Monero?

Looks like it was a pump and dump all along - Who would have thought with all that vitriolic anti-BCN  FUD from the likes of Darkota

I think I am right in saying that most of the Bytecoin owners are fully committed standing by the Devs and see Bytecoin as a long term interest and investment!  Smiley


What do you mean? It's holding value. You might confuse it with the coinmarketcap.com cap? CMC gets it's feed from from monerochain, which has its database wrong.

As you can see, the value per coin is the same.

I think Monero (XMR) is very interesting.
https://moneroeconomy.com/faq/why-monero-matters
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August 18, 2014, 01:36:10 PM
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It seems that there is someone out there with an enormous amount of hashing power.


This screencap is taken from Minergate.

So there is at least one person that controls more hashing power than the whole Bytecoin hashrate. This makes Bytecoin quite insecure to use at the moment (not to speak from the other low hashrate cryptonote alts).

Also since there is a pool with more than 51% hashrate, we are effectively using a central authority, not a decentralized network.
I would advice everyone hashing at bcn.extremepool.org to swap to a smaller pool for the good of the network.

Maybe the main reason for that is the few pools operating and lack of p2pool.
This is high centralized coin Sad
I was thinking on moving to this coin to test, but I better not.

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August 18, 2014, 02:03:56 PM
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His hashrate is equivalent of 1000 Radeon 290.... or 6000 intel haswell cores

Most likely explanation is a botnet.

I read that the devs of BCN use botnet to make fake demand for this coin. Is it true ?

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August 18, 2014, 02:11:27 PM
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Hi, just started solo mining BCN and got many in just one day  Wink
Problem is, that next day i checked my wallet, there was 0 balance Huh I am pretty sure i closed bytecoind with »exit« command the other day, so it should save balance. Does anyone have any idea what went wrong?
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August 18, 2014, 02:19:18 PM
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It seems that there is someone out there with an enormous amount of hashing power.


This screencap is taken from Minergate.


His hashrate is equivalent of 1000 Radeon 290.... or 6000 intel haswell cores

Most likely explanation is a botnet.

I read that the devs of BCN use botnet to make fake demand for this coin. Is it true ?



Nope, it's Monero botnet is mining Monero as usual:


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August 18, 2014, 02:29:25 PM
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Nope, it's Monero botnet is mining Monero as usual:




Looks like it's actually the Quazarcoin botnet mining Quazarcoin as usual:


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August 18, 2014, 02:42:52 PM
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Looks like you are trolls, guys  Cheesy




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Looks like you are trolls, guys  Cheesy








yes, Monero mining zombies, and not the only botherder have this idea .

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August 18, 2014, 04:21:49 PM
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His hashrate is equivalent of 1000 Radeon 290.... or 6000 intel haswell cores

Most likely explanation is a botnet.

I read that the devs of BCN use botnet to make fake demand for this coin. Is it true ?


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yes, Monero mining zombies, and not the only botherder have this idea .

What's this?

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yes, Monero mining zombies, and not the only botherder have this idea .

What's this?


Operators hire their botnets to the highest bidder, or use them to mine cryptocurrencies or break passwords.
There are known botnets with hundreds of thousands of computers under their control.
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yes, Monero mining zombies, and not the only botherder have this idea .

What's this?


Operators hire their botnets to the highest bidder, or use them to mine cryptocurrencies or break passwords.
There are known botnets with hundreds of thousands of computers under their control.

noob questions. ...than why they do it such a visible way.. in the pools? Would not be better to do it on their private pool or something like solomining?

I like Bytecoin (BCN). BYTECOIN.ORG the best to mine with MinerGate
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August 19, 2014, 12:39:42 AM
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yes, Monero mining zombies, and not the only botherder have this idea .

What's this?


Operators hire their botnets to the highest bidder, or use them to mine cryptocurrencies or break passwords.
There are known botnets with hundreds of thousands of computers under their control.

noob questions. ...than why they do it such a visible way.. in the pools? Would not be better to do it on their private pool or something like solomining?

"Solomining" is much less possible as the botnet miners on the affected PCs are likely to be just the mining software which is dependent on centralized control center (I might be totally off though). Thus, it requires a pool. I assume it is way more convenient to use the existing one than maintain yours.
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August 19, 2014, 01:56:27 AM
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with new wallet, i cant send coins anywhere,
it's a new feature?

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August 19, 2014, 07:24:34 AM
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I think you again have big troubles with blockchain Sad

When you will fix it?

2014-Aug-19 08:47:38.886102 [P2P5][78.184.136.209:8080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 548719 -> 546611 [2108 blocks (2562047
7880152152 days) ahead]
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August 19, 2014, 08:07:35 AM
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It seems that there is someone out there with an enormous amount of hashing power.


This screencap is taken from Minergate.

So there is at least one person that controls more hashing power than the whole Bytecoin hashrate. This makes Bytecoin quite insecure to use at the moment (not to speak from the other low hashrate cryptonote alts).

Also since there is a pool with more than 51% hashrate, we are effectively using a central authority, not a decentralized network.
I would advice everyone hashing at bcn.extremepool.org to swap to a smaller pool for the good of the network.

One more reason to start supporting smaller pools.
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2014-Aug-19 11:12:17.035008 [P2P9][46.228.6.35:56351 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 548747 -> 546611 [2136 blocks (25620477880152152 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2014-Aug-19 11:12:19.172131 [P2P3]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 546603
id:   <91e836cd2a9b30a32a3858f2f9162a3453a7d96747c3ef993c8c07a9a3e52d67>
PoW:   <82b6f74a4c92bd28cce4d2eeac96f202110b0af9528ab4f44e11271f05000000>
difficulty:   95882153
2014-Aug-19 11:12:19.182131 [P2P3]Block <8d364fb9dbdc730e96186f640557a875132d515ca96dae5ab2ecd16f30fdb706> has wrong major version: 1, at height 546604 expected version is 2
2014-Aug-19 11:12:19.187131 [P2P3][46.228.6.35:56351 INC]Block verification failed, dropping connection
2014-Aug-19 11:12:26.463548 [P2P6][46.173.12.157:50443 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 548747 -> 546611 [2136 blocks (25620477880152152 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2014-Aug-19 11:12:31.424831 [P2P0]Block <8d364fb9dbdc730e96186f640557a875132d515ca96dae5ab2ecd16f30fdb706> has wrong major version: 1, at height 546604 expected version is 2
2014-Aug-19 11:12:31.430832 [P2P0][46.173.12.157:50443 INC]Block verification failed, dropping connection
2014-Aug-19 11:12:45.034610 [P2P8][159.118.166.237:36153 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 548747 -> 546611 [2136 blocks (25620477880152152 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2014-Aug-19 11:12:57.270310 [P2P5][182.161.177.27:4518 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 548747 -> 546611 [2136 blocks (25620477880152152 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2014-Aug-19 11:13:02.998637 [P2P6]Block <8d364fb9dbdc730e96186f640557a875132d515ca96dae5ab2ecd16f30fdb706> has wrong major version: 1, at height 546604 expected version is 2
2014-Aug-19 11:13:03.004638 [P2P6][159.118.166.237:36153 INC]Block verification failed, dropping connection
2014-Aug-19 11:13:06.555841 [P2P9]Block <8d364fb9dbdc730e96186f640557a875132d515ca96dae5ab2ecd16f30fdb706> has wrong major version: 1, at height 546604 expected version is 2
2014-Aug-19 11:13:06.562841 [P2P9][182.161.177.27:4518 INC]Block verification failed, dropping connection
2014-Aug-19 11:13:09.810027 [P2P7][sock 724] Some problems at write: An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine:10053
2014-Aug-19 11:13:13.816256 [P2P3][216.8.146.119:60569 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 548748 -> 546611 [2137 blocks (25620477880152152 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2014-Aug-19 11:13:17.184449 [P2P5][101.109.248.27:55014 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 548748 -> 546611 [2137 blocks (25620477880152152 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2014-Aug-19 11:13:18.491523 [P2P8][159.118.166.237:36161 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 548748 -> 546611 [2137 blocks (25620477880152152 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2014-Aug-19 11:13:25.695935 [P2P5]Block <8d364fb9dbdc730e96186f640557a875132d515ca96dae5ab2ecd16f30fdb706> has wrong major version: 1, at height 546604 expected version is 2
2014-Aug-19 11:13:25.702936 [P2P5][216.8.146.119:60569 INC]Block verification failed, dropping connection
2014-Aug-19 11:13:28.351087 [P2P7]Block <8d364fb9dbdc730e96186f640557a875132d515ca96dae5ab2ecd16f30fdb706> has wrong major version: 1, at height 546604 expected version is 2
2014-Aug-19 11:13:28.358088 [P2P7][101.109.248.27:55014 INC]Block verification failed, dropping connection
2014-Aug-19 11:13:42.731910 [P2P6]Block <8d364fb9dbdc730e96186f640557a875132d515ca96dae5ab2ecd16f30fdb706> has wrong major version: 1, at height 546604 expected version is 2
2014-Aug-19 11:13:42.737910 [P2P6][159.118.166.237:36161 INC]Block verification failed, dropping connection
2014-Aug-19 11:14:25.035329 [P2P2][sock 640] Some problems at write: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host:10054

couldnt syncronized. I get this messages. Whats wrong with it?

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couldnt syncronized. I get this messages. Whats wrong with it?

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do you use the last binary 1.0.1? If not update it. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=512747.msg8351704#msg8351704

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