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June 19, 2019, 01:27:33 AM
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What is the hashrate related to? Free space or R/W speed?



Click on the link, and you will know more about the POC. https://burstwiki.org/en/proof-of-capacity/
Can you explain simplly?
For PoW, more hashrate = stronger hardware (CPU, GPU or ASIC...)
For PoS, more hashrate = more coins.
Sor for PoC, more hashrate = ?
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June 19, 2019, 04:19:56 AM
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Very interesting indeed , i remember trying to mine burst coin couple of years ago wasn't that easy ... but i remember the plotting thing takes Very long time it was just old harddisk i had ... So will we able to use Burstcoin plots to mine Diskcoin ?? or we need to re plot the hard disks in order to do so

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June 19, 2019, 06:17:09 AM
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What is the hashrate related to? Free space or R/W speed?



Click on the link, and you will know more about the POC. https://burstwiki.org/en/proof-of-capacity/
Can you explain simplly?
For PoW, more hashrate = stronger hardware (CPU, GPU or ASIC...)
For PoS, more hashrate = more coins.
Sor for PoC, more hashrate = ?

No hashrate  Roll Eyes
PoS more hashrate more coins? What? You know what Proof of Stake is? You know what Proof of Work is? You know what Proof of Capacity?

Dude learn the basics of mining.

READ and don´t ask such questions.
Fucking lazy guy

Very interesting indeed , i remember trying to mine burst coin couple of years ago wasn't that easy ... but i remember the plotting thing takes Very long time it was just old harddisk i had ... So will we able to use Burstcoin plots to mine Diskcoin ?? or we need to re plot the hard disks in order to do so

In theory you can use the same plots from burst, like BHD. BHD + Burst use same plots.

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June 19, 2019, 09:12:53 AM
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What is the hashrate related to? Free space or R/W speed?



Click on the link, and you will know more about the POC. https://burstwiki.org/en/proof-of-capacity/
Can you explain simplly?
For PoW, more hashrate = stronger hardware (CPU, GPU or ASIC...)
For PoS, more hashrate = more coins.
Sor for PoC, more hashrate = ?

No hashrate  Roll Eyes
PoS more hashrate more coins? What? You know what Proof of Stake is? You know what Proof of Work is? You know what Proof of Capacity?

Dude learn the basics of mining.

READ and don´t ask such questions.
Fucking lazy guy

Very interesting indeed , i remember trying to mine burst coin couple of years ago wasn't that easy ... but i remember the plotting thing takes Very long time it was just old harddisk i had ... So will we able to use Burstcoin plots to mine Diskcoin ?? or we need to re plot the hard disks in order to do so

In theory you can use the same plots from burst, like BHD. BHD + Burst use same plots.




well i do not want to know  theories Cheesy .... maybe the Dev can confirm YES/NO .. also if we can help with the testnet would be great

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June 19, 2019, 01:04:32 PM
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What is the hashrate related to? Free space or R/W speed?



Click on the link, and you will know more about the POC. https://burstwiki.org/en/proof-of-capacity/
Can you explain simplly?
For PoW, more hashrate = stronger hardware (CPU, GPU or ASIC...)
For PoS, more hashrate = more coins.
Sor for PoC, more hashrate = ?



For POC, more hashrate=more capacity. If your hardisk has a larger capacity, you will get more hash values, then you are more likely to get coins.
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June 19, 2019, 01:28:59 PM
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What is the hashrate related to? Free space or R/W speed?



Click on the link, and you will know more about the POC. https://burstwiki.org/en/proof-of-capacity/
Can you explain simplly?
For PoW, more hashrate = stronger hardware (CPU, GPU or ASIC...)
For PoS, more hashrate = more coins.
Sor for PoC, more hashrate = ?

No hashrate  Roll Eyes
PoS more hashrate more coins? What? You know what Proof of Stake is? You know what Proof of Work is? You know what Proof of Capacity?

Dude learn the basics of mining.

READ and don´t ask such questions.
Fucking lazy guy

Very interesting indeed , i remember trying to mine burst coin couple of years ago wasn't that easy ... but i remember the plotting thing takes Very long time it was just old harddisk i had ... So will we able to use Burstcoin plots to mine Diskcoin ?? or we need to re plot the hard disks in order to do so

In theory you can use the same plots from burst, like BHD. BHD + Burst use same plots.




well i do not want to know  theories Cheesy .... maybe the Dev can confirm YES/NO .. also if we can help with the testnet would be great


yeah, sxemini is right. In theory, you can use Burstcoin plots to mine Diskcoin.
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June 19, 2019, 01:52:51 PM
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What is the hashrate related to? Free space or R/W speed?



Click on the link, and you will know more about the POC. https://burstwiki.org/en/proof-of-capacity/
Can you explain simplly?
For PoW, more hashrate = stronger hardware (CPU, GPU or ASIC...)
For PoS, more hashrate = more coins.
Sor for PoC, more hashrate = ?



For POC, more hashrate=more capacity. If your hardisk has a larger capacity, you will get more hash values, then you are more likely to get coins.
Thank you, this what I wanted know. Cool
And let us say, are 1T SSD and 1T HDD the same for hash value?

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June 19, 2019, 03:56:10 PM
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How can I participate in your test network? Can I contact you? ,
Are you ready to launch discor?
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June 20, 2019, 05:36:14 AM
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Triple mining BURST + BHD + DISC would be fun

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June 20, 2019, 05:39:42 AM
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I cant understand how this mining works? We should have some free space on our hard disc for mining your coins? More free space - more coins rewads? Is this safe for our data and discs at all? This is something like cloud storage?



About how this mining works, you could click on this link to know more: https://burstwiki.org/en/
Then what the different diskcoin and burstcoin?


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June 20, 2019, 12:29:18 PM
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What is the hashrate related to? Free space or R/W speed?



Click on the link, and you will know more about the POC. https://burstwiki.org/en/proof-of-capacity/
Can you explain simplly?
For PoW, more hashrate = stronger hardware (CPU, GPU or ASIC...)
For PoS, more hashrate = more coins.
Sor for PoC, more hashrate = ?



For POC, more hashrate=more capacity. If your hardisk has a larger capacity, you will get more hash values, then you are more likely to get coins.
Thank you, this what I wanted know. Cool
And let us say, are 1T SSD and 1T HDD the same for hash value?


yes, the hash values of 1T SSD and 1THDD are the same.
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June 20, 2019, 12:35:57 PM
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Hi,

 
You have been selected and added to icoholder.com.

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 Find your project on our website and go through verification to add more information.

 I would be very grateful to you if you forward this letter to the appropriate person in your company. In the meantime, thank you so much for your attention and participation!




Thanks for your help. We will follow up.
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June 20, 2019, 12:42:30 PM
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How can I participate in your test network? Can I contact you? ,
Are you ready to launch discor?



We are planning to open the applications for the testnet mining later. You can follow our official website and Twitter, the latest news will be updated in time. As for Discord, it is being planned and will be launched as soon as possible.
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June 20, 2019, 12:49:23 PM
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I cant understand how this mining works? We should have some free space on our hard disc for mining your coins? More free space - more coins rewads? Is this safe for our data and discs at all? This is something like cloud storage?



About how this mining works, you could click on this link to know more: https://burstwiki.org/en/
Then what the different diskcoin and burstcoin?



There are many differences between Diskcoin and burstcoin. One of the main differences is that Diskcoin uses CPoC ( Conditioned Proof Of Capacity ), which is based on PoC2 and adds the Staking mechanism. Miners who are involved in mining need Staking the corresponding Diskcoins to get the most benefit. The proportion of coins that need Staking is not simply fixed or decrease progressively. For more details, you could check in our White Paper: https://diskcoin.org/files/diskcoin-paper/Diskcoin.pdf
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June 20, 2019, 01:01:04 PM
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minimg is cool
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June 20, 2019, 01:47:20 PM
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How can I participate in your test network? Can I contact you? ,
Are you ready to launch discor?



We are planning to open the applications for the testnet mining later. You can follow our official website and Twitter, the latest news will be updated in time. As for Discord, it is being planned and will be launched as soon as possible.


When testnet mining is released,
Can I use the mining tool of burst?
For example: Blagominer, scavenger, pocminer?
Or can you only use your custom mining tools?
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June 21, 2019, 12:40:25 PM
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I cant understand how this mining works? We should have some free space on our hard disc for mining your coins? More free space - more coins rewads? Is this safe for our data and discs at all? This is something like cloud storage?



About how this mining works, you could click on this link to know more: https://burstwiki.org/en/
Then what the different diskcoin and burstcoin?



There are many differences between Diskcoin and burstcoin. One of the main differences is that Diskcoin uses CPoC ( Conditioned Proof Of Capacity ), which is based on PoC2 and adds the Staking mechanism. Miners who are involved in mining need Staking the corresponding Diskcoins to get the most benefit. The proportion of coins that need Staking is not simply fixed or decrease progressively. For more details, you could check in our White Paper: https://diskcoin.org/files/diskcoin-paper/Diskcoin.pdf

Sounds a little bit like the BHD mortage system.
Waiting for more details and testnet  Grin
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June 21, 2019, 12:48:21 PM
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how to mine
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June 21, 2019, 01:15:44 PM
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How can I participate in your test network? Can I contact you? ,
Are you ready to launch discor?



We are planning to open the applications for the testnet mining later. You can follow our official website and Twitter, the latest news will be updated in time. As for Discord, it is being planned and will be launched as soon as possible.


When testnet mining is released,
Can I use the mining tool of burst?
For example: Blagominer, scavenger, pocminer?
Or can you only use your custom mining tools?


You could participate in the testnet mining in about 2-3 weeks, and our website will update the latest news about it in time.
The plotting tools are universal, but you have to use our miner.
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June 21, 2019, 01:36:50 PM
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how to mine



Later we will provide the mining tutorial on our website and will also update under this post.
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