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Author Topic: [ANN] Unbreakablecoin (UNB) | SHA256 - Over 3x Bigger then Bitcoin | No Premine  (Read 113563 times)
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December 26, 2017, 07:07:32 PM
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Amazing, unbelieveable, $ 3.61 for one UNB-Coin  Roll Eyes Shocked

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December 26, 2017, 07:08:05 PM
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Code:
addnode=158.69.126.193:9336
addnode=173.212.202.33:9336
addnode=176.9.48.205:9336

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December 26, 2017, 07:25:23 PM
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Coin added to pool:

http://hashpool.eu

Come and mine Cheesy

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December 26, 2017, 09:48:23 PM
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Network hashrate is currently 29.20 PH/s (according to coinwarz.com). The iSpace pool is currently dead (possibly due to the significant increase in load from people mining UNB recently). The new coin-mining.net pool for UNB is currently mining at a total of 0.066 TH/s, and most high power miners wouldn't be able to mine there because of too many restarts being requested). I am not aware of any other pools for UNB at time of this post. My question (even before iSpace pools went offline a bit ago) has been this:

WHERE IS ALL OF THE HASH POWER COMING FROM???

I realize there are likely a few solo miners mining UNB, but I highly doubt any one solo miner would be pointing significant amounts of their hash power towards solo mining this coin (even with the current profitability). Prior to the iSpace pool going offline, the entire network hashrate was much more than the 29.20 PH/s currently listed on coinwarz.com, which means there is ~29+ PH/s of mining coming from somewhere other than iSpace and coin-mining.net pools combined (even when iSpace is online). Can anyone help provide some insight as to where that much mining power would be coming from?
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December 26, 2017, 10:13:20 PM
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I don't know. But we modified in the last day the stratum-proxy, maybe that is reason of the many restarts. In the moment the pool has 112 TH and found a block in the last hour. I think the poolis now stabile. Miners with a high Hashrate should use this address unb.con-mining.net:3263

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December 26, 2017, 10:18:29 PM
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Hi,

I downloaded the 2017 UnbreakableCoin Windows 64bit Wallet ( https://mega.nz/#!aw0mQQaS!tyrdokJxflYw_WnUOjydTTC-CUMryR9UNtzd9EOcF50 ) but unfortunately it doens´t synchronise. I have installed this software now on 4 PC´s on purpose because I thought something is wrong with my PC but it´s definately not the case.
What can I do that the wallet is synchronising?

Thanks
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December 26, 2017, 10:22:38 PM
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The wallet is still runing?
You add some Nodes in your conf?

Here is an example for an Mining-Wallet

rpcuser=yourname
rpcpassword=yourpassword
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=9337
port=9336
gen=0
server=1
daemon=1
listen=1
maxconnections=8
addnode=198.24.142.136

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December 27, 2017, 11:23:21 AM
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coin-mining is offline. Any news?
EDIT: is back online
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December 27, 2017, 12:13:39 PM
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No, the unb.coin-mining.net is online.
We had some porblems the last days and made an update on the stratum-proxy. But not it works fine with a hashrate about 350 TH Wink

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December 27, 2017, 02:42:07 PM
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Network hashrate is currently 29.20 PH/s (according to coinwarz.com). The iSpace pool is currently dead (possibly due to the significant increase in load from people mining UNB recently). The new coin-mining.net pool for UNB is currently mining at a total of 0.066 TH/s, and most high power miners wouldn't be able to mine there because of too many restarts being requested). I am not aware of any other pools for UNB at time of this post. My question (even before iSpace pools went offline a bit ago) has been this:

WHERE IS ALL OF THE HASH POWER COMING FROM???

I realize there are likely a few solo miners mining UNB, but I highly doubt any one solo miner would be pointing significant amounts of their hash power towards solo mining this coin (even with the current profitability). Prior to the iSpace pool going offline, the entire network hashrate was much more than the 29.20 PH/s currently listed on coinwarz.com, which means there is ~29+ PH/s of mining coming from somewhere other than iSpace and coin-mining.net pools combined (even when iSpace is online). Can anyone help provide some insight as to where that much mining power would be coming from?
I'm following, where is all this hash power?
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December 27, 2017, 03:00:11 PM
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"network hashrate" is usually defined by current block rate (the time it takes between blocks) at the current difficulty in relation to expected block rate at the current difficulty. It's not any actual measure of hashrate.

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December 27, 2017, 04:53:05 PM
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Well, the wheels fell off that bus.  Cry

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"difficulty" : 2079545789.81736517

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December 27, 2017, 04:57:02 PM
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The party is over.  Shocked
We must wait 2016 Blocks, maybe the diff will go down again??? Huh

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December 27, 2017, 06:14:11 PM
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Well, the wheels fell off that bus.  Cry

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"difficulty" : 2079545789.81736517

Well that' fun!  Looks like a 4x increase from the last diffy. 

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December 28, 2017, 02:07:03 AM
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Network hashrate is currently 29.20 PH/s (according to coinwarz.com). The iSpace pool is currently dead (possibly due to the significant increase in load from people mining UNB recently). The new coin-mining.net pool for UNB is currently mining at a total of 0.066 TH/s, and most high power miners wouldn't be able to mine there because of too many restarts being requested). I am not aware of any other pools for UNB at time of this post. My question (even before iSpace pools went offline a bit ago) has been this:

WHERE IS ALL OF THE HASH POWER COMING FROM???

I realize there are likely a few solo miners mining UNB, but I highly doubt any one solo miner would be pointing significant amounts of their hash power towards solo mining this coin (even with the current profitability). Prior to the iSpace pool going offline, the entire network hashrate was much more than the 29.20 PH/s currently listed on coinwarz.com, which means there is ~29+ PH/s of mining coming from somewhere other than iSpace and coin-mining.net pools combined (even when iSpace is online). Can anyone help provide some insight as to where that much mining power would be coming from?

Now all of the hash rate is gone! I have not seen a block in my full node for 8 hours. My money is stuck. What will happen now? Does the dev have to fork the coin and decrease difficulty or are our coins stuck forever?  Huh Cry Cry Cry
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December 28, 2017, 02:21:04 AM
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...Does the dev have to fork the coin and decrease difficulty or are our coins stuck forever?  Huh Cry Cry Cry
You could help mine it and solve that problem.  Smiley

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December 28, 2017, 08:02:13 AM
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...Alright, from reading through the thread, looks like deposits arn't making it into Bittrex, so what, the network is going / or is down?  Not sure where CoinWarz is getting it's information
Ignore IconFirm's FUD based on his personal issues (most of which revolve around his illiteracy). Deposits are posing fine to Bittrex; I've made more than a dozen deposits totaling thousands of coins in the last 24 hrs and not had a single issue related to Bittrex.

It’s good that you have not had a problem, however, that doesn’t mean no one has had a problem.  I too have had a deposit of UNB to Bittrex go missing.
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December 28, 2017, 08:10:59 AM
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...Alright, from reading through the thread, looks like deposits arn't making it into Bittrex, so what, the network is going / or is down?  Not sure where CoinWarz is getting it's information
Ignore IconFirm's FUD based on his personal issues (most of which revolve around his illiteracy). Deposits are posing fine to Bittrex; I've made more than a dozen deposits totaling thousands of coins in the last 24 hrs and not had a single issue related to Bittrex.

It’s good that you have not had a problem, however, that doesn’t mean no one has had a problem.  I too have had a deposit of UNB to Bittrex go missing.
Do you want to understand where your coins are lost? Where did the coins go without bittrex?

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December 28, 2017, 08:22:28 AM
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...Alright, from reading through the thread, looks like deposits arn't making it into Bittrex, so what, the network is going / or is down?  Not sure where CoinWarz is getting it's information
Ignore IconFirm's FUD based on his personal issues (most of which revolve around his illiteracy). Deposits are posing fine to Bittrex; I've made more than a dozen deposits totaling thousands of coins in the last 24 hrs and not had a single issue related to Bittrex.

It’s good that you have not had a problem, however, that doesn’t mean no one has had a problem.  I too have had a deposit of UNB to Bittrex go missing.
Do you want to understand where your coins are lost? Where did the coins go without bittrex?

Nobody can move any coins anywhere. There are no blocks being mined for 14 hours!

EDIT: A SINGLE BLOCK WAS JUST MINED! We're getting somewhere!
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December 28, 2017, 08:48:14 AM
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...Alright, from reading through the thread, looks like deposits arn't making it into Bittrex, so what, the network is going / or is down?  Not sure where CoinWarz is getting it's information
Ignore IconFirm's FUD based on his personal issues (most of which revolve around his illiteracy). Deposits are posing fine to Bittrex; I've made more than a dozen deposits totaling thousands of coins in the last 24 hrs and not had a single issue related to Bittrex.

It’s good that you have not had a problem, however, that doesn’t mean no one has had a problem.  I too have had a deposit of UNB to Bittrex go missing.
Do you want to understand where your coins are lost? Where did the coins go without bittrex?


Well that is the question isn’t it?

They show as confirmed on Bittrex (in deposit history) but the coins were not credited to my account. I have of course raised a support ticket but the only response so far was a standard reply referring me to the FAQ.
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