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April 28, 2017, 05:05:44 PM
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I think all those attacks (ASICBoost, leaked chats, AntBleed) are harmful to Bitcoin and the ecosystem.
They are not productive towards a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
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Also trying to change the rules of a system as a miner (aka no technical skills and pretending to control stuff when in fact you are just providing a service) for own well-being is bad for the ecosystem, but that is more subtle than the ones you have mentioned and they are easily ignored.

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April 30, 2017, 06:26:11 PM
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I think all those attacks (ASICBoost, leaked chats, AntBleed) are harmful to Bitcoin and the ecosystem.
They are not productive towards a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
Guy

Also trying to change the rules of a system as a miner (aka no technical skills and pretending to control stuff when in fact you are just providing a service) for own well-being is bad for the ecosystem, but that is more subtle than the ones you have mentioned and they are easily ignored.
I think this is an over simplified presentation of the current situation.
Another simplified(!) presentation will be: Bitmain and other big blockers in the eco-system are opposing the consensus change that SegWit is bringing, without additional measures to ensure future growth of layer 1. Bitmain is being attacked into submission.

We need to find a path forward. Those attacks don't help.

We released the following miners only when we were operational: SP10, SP20, SP30, SP31 and SP35.
If you see anything else offered online, it's a scam.
We designed but never completed the SP50
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May 01, 2017, 08:12:12 AM
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I think all those attacks (ASICBoost, leaked chats, AntBleed) are harmful to Bitcoin and the ecosystem.
They are not productive towards a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
Guy

Also trying to change the rules of a system as a miner (aka no technical skills and pretending to control stuff when in fact you are just providing a service) for own well-being is bad for the ecosystem, but that is more subtle than the ones you have mentioned and they are easily ignored.
I think this is an over simplified presentation of the current situation.
Another simplified(!) presentation will be: Bitmain and other big blockers in the eco-system are opposing the consensus change that SegWit is bringing, without additional measures to ensure future growth of layer 1. Bitmain is being attacked into submission.

We need to find a path forward. Those attacks don't help.

Get rid of ALL ASICs....done  Grin

Let GPU's mine Bitcoin again & we ALL can have a say in where Bitcoin goes,otherwise only the BIG FARMS (Corp miners) can vote,so STFU & go buy moar Bitcoin   Cheesy

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May 01, 2017, 10:48:53 PM
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I enjoyed the days of trying to fit 4 7970's on a board! Also, trying to keep them from overheating and crashing was an entire artform of its own

Walking into a spare room and it sounded like a jet was taking off (and it could have doubled for a sauna in a pinch)

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May 03, 2017, 09:06:03 PM
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I think this is an over simplified presentation of the current situation.
Another simplified(!) presentation will be: Bitmain and other big blockers in the eco-system are opposing the consensus change that SegWit is bringing, without additional measures to ensure future growth of layer 1. Bitmain is being attacked into submission.

We need to find a path forward. Those attacks don't help.

As a regular user I oppose big-blocks without additional measures that fees aren't artificially raised like mining empty blocks because of subjective reasons. And we can go on like this forever.

Also there is no logical reason to believe that there are no additional measures to ensure future growth of layer 1. From what I saw most of the Core developers agree that we will need to raise the block size eventually and I think that most of the services in the ecosystem believe the same thing. It's only a matter of time and to believe that after SegWit the layer 1 will be completely ignored is either bad intended with a purpose or simply illogical. A different approach is definitely possible, but I don't see then trying too much. All I see is anger and greed from BITMAIN side while from Core side I see voluntarily work, openness and a usable system for new features which isn't used by most of the SegWit blockers. So yes, I will stick to Core until the others learn how to treat those that don't directly benefit them and that consensus will benefit all of us much more than greed can ever do in the long term.

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May 07, 2017, 03:23:06 PM
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The governments of Canada and Newfoundland used taxpayer money to help subsidize a company to set up a data center to host bitmaintech equipment and the data center ripped them off?

Labrador is remote and does have cold weather and abundant renewable power supply but it pisses me off the government helped finance this debacle.

BTW I am not too far away from this place.


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May 07, 2017, 03:27:24 PM
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I think all those attacks (ASICBoost, leaked chats, AntBleed) are harmful to Bitcoin and the ecosystem.
They are not productive towards a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
Guy

Also trying to change the rules of a system as a miner (aka no technical skills and pretending to control stuff when in fact you are just providing a service) for own well-being is bad for the ecosystem, but that is more subtle than the ones you have mentioned and they are easily ignored.
I think this is an over simplified presentation of the current situation.
Another simplified(!) presentation will be: Bitmain and other big blockers in the eco-system are opposing the consensus change that SegWit is bringing, without additional measures to ensure future growth of layer 1. Bitmain is being attacked into submission.

We need to find a path forward. Those attacks don't help.

Get rid of ALL ASICs....done  Grin

Let GPU's mine Bitcoin again & we ALL can have a say in where Bitcoin goes,otherwise only the BIG FARMS (Corp miners) can vote,so STFU & go buy moar Bitcoin   Cheesy

Bitcoin is on a collision course with reality. Until transactions can be confirmed in seconds just like a debit or credit card transaction from a financial institution bitcoin will never become a replacement or on par to the current paradigm. Not even close. End of story,

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May 07, 2017, 07:30:43 PM
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Debit and credit transactions can be reversed for months, with the merchant losing almost every time. After 3 confirms your golden, so waiting 30 minutes is not a bad deal. (Even after 1 confirm it is still a million times more secure than any credit or debit transaction imo)

Not sure where this went with regards to mining or mining hardware, but w/e

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May 07, 2017, 11:04:46 PM
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Debit and credit transactions can be reversed for months, with the merchant losing almost every time. After 3 confirms your golden, so waiting 30 minutes is not a bad deal. (Even after 1 confirm it is still a million times more secure than any credit or debit transaction imo)

Not sure where this went with regards to mining or mining hardware, but w/e
I'm not even sure why it's three confirmations- I've virtually never seen a double spend with more than one, and it's also very difficult to pull off. The point is that it's incredibly secure, the main reason why I use Bitcoin for most of my digital transactions.














 

 

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May 08, 2017, 01:04:34 AM
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Debit and credit transactions can be reversed for months, with the merchant losing almost every time. After 3 confirms your golden, so waiting 30 minutes is not a bad deal. (Even after 1 confirm it is still a million times more secure than any credit or debit transaction imo)

Not sure where this went with regards to mining or mining hardware, but w/e
I'm not even sure why it's three confirmations- I've virtually never seen a double spend with more than one, and it's also very difficult to pull off. The point is that it's incredibly secure, the main reason why I use Bitcoin for most of my digital transactions.

It's more to guard against that particular blockchain being orphaned than it is about double-spends.
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May 08, 2017, 03:27:07 AM
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Debit and credit transactions can be reversed for months, with the merchant losing almost every time. After 3 confirms your golden, so waiting 30 minutes is not a bad deal. (Even after 1 confirm it is still a million times more secure than any credit or debit transaction imo)

Not sure where this went with regards to mining or mining hardware, but w/e

Another reason Bitcoin will not work for the masses,send your coin to a scam or wrong address...you can not get it back..GONE forever!!!!

I'll stick with my old fangled bullshit credit cards  Wink

Oh & wallet hacked or lost?? Again gone forever!!!

Gotta be a PC guru to backup BTC wallets & if your dumb enough to use an online wallet service...it'll be hacked eventually  Cheesy

BTW,confirmation times are getting longer not shorter,you'd think with all the hashrate getting added everyday it would speed up transaction times.....nope  Tongue

Bitcoin has it's place...in the dark dankest part of the internet & for nerds & hackers & thirdworld countries with crap rulers Cool

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May 24, 2017, 10:39:54 PM
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I have looked everywhere for the past month on trying to find a recovery image for 23 of my SP10 miners i got from a storage locker purchase.
1 of the miners connected luckly because they had that one on dhcp but other im at a loss for others.
I have 5 s2's and love the reset options they have but with these sp10's i guess i need an sd card to reset the ip they previously set and they didnt sticker on the box.
I am not sure and havent found any documentation on if i purchase a usb wifi adapter if it will over ride the static address they assigned to each device or not?

If no one has a image for these or a way to reset the network card on these is there a way to make the image from an operating sp10?
I did find the github link https://github.com/Spondoolies-Tech and downloaded every there but im not sure on how to make the actual partitions for a proper recovery.
If anyone knows how to turn a raspi into the controller or any other way to acutally use the mining boards please let me know.


I know these are very dated but any help will help.

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May 25, 2017, 12:18:47 AM
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If all you really need to do is to id the ports. https://linux.die.net/man/1/nmap

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May 25, 2017, 01:18:16 AM
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If all you really need to do is to id the ports. https://linux.die.net/man/1/nmap


I tried to use angry ip scanner this morning and found one on 192.168.7.154 but the others im at a loss for since i scanned 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.100.254 so i really wish they didnt mess up the subnet mask.

To use nmap will i have to change the ipv4 address class c network or will it just scan and change it on its own?
Never used nmap but i have a feeling i will be learning here the next few days.
Thank you for the quick reply.

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May 25, 2017, 02:24:35 AM
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I havent worked that much with these spondoolies but in the morning i will try and plug it into a cisco managed switch and look on the port interface and see if it will broadcast the mac of the device which in reality it should have one. Then check the arp table on the switch to see if it will broadcast the ip of one of the devices.
My last hope would be wireshark and see if it sends off a broadcast on a bootup since when the ethernet cable is pluged into the ethernet port on the sp10 and directly into my laptop it blinks green and yellow so i know its sending packets.

I did notice tonight that on the right of the ethernet port there is a solid yellow light that is on for a little while on bootup and then goes away. Not sure if there is a blink code list or light list for these devices either since i cant find a manual for these but only for sp20 and up.

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May 25, 2017, 05:33:06 AM
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Acidic, you know you can get a copy of the firmware from the Wayback Machine, right?

http://web.archive.org/web/20160404114929/http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/technical-blog?page=2
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June 09, 2017, 03:03:29 AM
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Get rid of ALL ASICs....done  Grin

Let GPU's mine Bitcoin again & we ALL can have a say in where Bitcoin goes,otherwise only the BIG FARMS (Corp miners) can vote,so STFU & go buy moar Bitcoin   Cheesy

I like that idea !

Oh, wait a minute. All the big players can buy a zillion more gpus than i can. Nevermind.
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Get rid of ALL ASICs....done  Grin

Let GPU's mine Bitcoin again & we ALL can have a say in where Bitcoin goes,otherwise only the BIG FARMS (Corp miners) can vote,so STFU & go buy moar Bitcoin   Cheesy

I like that idea !

Oh, wait a minute. All the big players can buy a zillion more gpus than i can. Nevermind.

Maybe so,but WE have a chance at least to BUY GPUs,can't buy ASICS as easily,look at Bitmain,they just let folks buy a batch of miners & won't ship for a month or so LMAO!!!!!!!  Cheesy

GPUs are scarce at the moment but if your quick to click,you can get em Wink

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June 13, 2017, 05:04:40 AM
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resuscitating this thread for a sec.

Guy was listed as a blockchain advisor for Bancor-they raised $159 mil in 2 hr, congrats!
One controversy was that they had a hidden cap of 250 thou ethers, but summoned this cap by sending a tx which got stuck, so they overshot the mark quite a bit. While it is good for those extras who got in, but might be considered as an unnecessary dilution from a point if view of those who got in as intended (by 250 thou or about 2hr).

I am curious, Guy, who came up with an idea to use just 100 Gwei price for that pivotal tx?
It seems that it was almost designed to get stuck just a little  Wink.
It wouldn't if Bancor would have given it more juice (200 or even 1000 Gwei-a 1000 would still cost less than $100 for that stopping tx. Mind you, i don't really care, but some people are talking harshly about this mishap.

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June 13, 2017, 04:32:33 PM
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resuscitating this thread for a sec.

Guy was listed as a blockchain advisor for Bancor-they raised $159 mil in 2 hr, congrats!
One controversy was that they had a hidden cap of 250 thou ethers, but summoned this cap by sending a tx which got stuck, so they overshot the mark quite a bit. While it is good for those extras who got in, but might be considered as an unnecessary dilution from a point if view of those who got in as intended (by 250 thou or about 2hr).

I am curious, Guy, who came up with an idea to use just 100 Gwei price for that pivotal tx?
It seems that it was almost designed to get stuck just a little  Wink.
It wouldn't if Bancor would have given it more juice (200 or even 1000 Gwei-a 1000 would still cost less than $100 for that stopping tx. Mind you, i don't really care, but some people are talking harshly about this mishap.

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My involvement in Bancor was minimal and my appointment as an advisor was a surprise to me. I helped them a bit along the way, but I'm not really part of the team. Nothing was offered to me, I didn't ask anything and I'm not expecting anything. I am always helping when asked, it's a conscious decision I made awhile back. I know the team, they have many years experience in various startups and I'm sure they will deliver great product and great platform. I don't know the answer to the specific question, I think it was designed to allow more "democratic" and fairness for small participants vs other ICOs.

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