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March 27, 2014, 07:34:35 PM
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Hello at all,
I made a new cryptocoin a couple of months ago, called Amigacoin, to support Amiga platform (do you remember old Commodore computers?).
It's already used by many Amiga users and soon a PowerPC version of wallet will be available, at the moment there are only executables for Linux and Windows.
Anyway, it's another Litecoin clone and has follow specifications:
_ 2 minute block targets
_ 2 billion total coins
_ 100 to 1000 random coins per block
_ 1440 blocks to retarget difficulty
... and also it's pre-mined (but its difficulty is very very low) and distribuited among Amiga fans.
For more info, look here:
http://www.amigacoin.org

Thanks!

PS. Any help is welcomed (for example, it needs a more professional site and a build for Mac OS).  Smiley



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March 27, 2014, 07:57:45 PM
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That's really a bad thing to play with geek nostalgy!
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April 02, 2014, 09:21:52 PM
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That's really a bad thing to play with geek nostalgy!

Playing with "old" computers? I don't think, especially now there are a lot of pointless coins.
Amigacoins are used by many users and developers, indeed, they're few compared to good times of Commdore era, but Amiga is still alive.
Anyway, MacOS wallet is available, obviously you need Snow Leopard (at least) and 64-bit Intel CPU.


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April 06, 2014, 04:14:44 PM
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Hey man! I have just downloaded CPU miner but it doesent work. As only i run it, it crashs. Help me, maybe ive got a wrong one
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April 06, 2014, 06:20:21 PM
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Hey man! I have just downloaded CPU miner but it doesent work. As only i run it, it crashs. Help me, maybe ive got a wrong one

Hello,
which miner are you using?
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April 06, 2014, 07:39:45 PM
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hi,im mining it whit cpu, low difficult 0.0022  Cheesy

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April 06, 2014, 07:59:37 PM
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hi,im mining it whit cpu, low difficult 0.0022  Cheesy

Yep, just few Amiga users (with old PCs, of course) are mining it at the moment. I'm trying to get in touch some pools and markets for spreading, obviously more people use it more better is.  Wink
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April 06, 2014, 08:05:52 PM
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networkhashps" : 614980


da quello che vedo sei italiano.... ciao io sono Marco,
comunque il network sta crescendo





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April 06, 2014, 08:09:35 PM
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The only time I had a go on an amiga it was to play super space invaders. That was years ago and it was ancient technology then. I never dreamed someone would use an amiga to mine on. The difficulty must be really low because I bet a modern smart phone has more computing power than an amiga.
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April 06, 2014, 08:16:39 PM
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mining the shit out of this Cheesy


If bitcoinmining riggs could buy miningriggs with bitcoin by themselves wouldnt that be asexual reproduction ? So wouldnt that make BTC a lifeform ?
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April 06, 2014, 08:29:56 PM
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The only time I had a go on an amiga it was to play super space invaders. That was years ago and it was ancient technology then. I never dreamed someone would use an amiga to mine on. The difficulty must be really low because I bet a modern smart phone has more computing power than an amiga.

Theoretically it's possible, latest AmigaOS (4.x) supports Radeon HD series 6xxx/7xxx, the huge job is port to Amiga platform many libraries like Boost and DB Berkerley (there is only a very old version - v4.3 - I'm using v5.1), OpenCL and (most important) the wallet. Unfortunately it's based on litte-endian standard while Amiga uses big-endian (it has a PowerPC CPU), like Apple Mac G5. Someone wrote a Bitcoin wallet for old Apple Mac in early ages, but I'm not very sure that can be useful for us.
   
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April 06, 2014, 08:58:16 PM
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networkhashps" : 614980


da quello che vedo sei italiano.... ciao io sono Marco,
comunque il network sta crescendo


Ciao,
si, sta crescendo a piccoli passi.  Grin
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April 06, 2014, 09:23:24 PM
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Please explain how this is legitimate (I'm not accusing you of anything, just being curious):

It's already used by many Amiga users

-Where? How?

and also it's pre-mined

-Yes, I know. You were bragging a bit about it on amigaworld.net:

I pre-mined a lot of Amigacoins (many thousands blocks, every block has 100-1000 coins)


According to my rough estimate, you have premined some 400k blocks... that would be approximately 200M Amigacoins.

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April 06, 2014, 09:28:06 PM
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It was a happy day when I plugged this badboy into my Amiga 500..





Made me feel..




Wish I still had that machine!
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April 06, 2014, 09:45:18 PM
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Please explain how this is legitimate (I'm not accusing you of anything, just being curious):

It's already used by many Amiga users

-Where? How?

and also it's pre-mined

-Yes, I know. You were bragging a bit about it on amigaworld.net:

I pre-mined a lot of Amigacoins (many thousands blocks, every block has 100-1000 coins)


According to my rough estimate, you have premined some 400k blocks... that would be approximately 200M Amigacoins.


Sorry, I mined less 10k blocks (not 400k) and if you can see the wallet, you'll read around 22k blocks mined until now.
I'm giving those coins to many Amiga users for free (like Auroracoin) and usually I don't ask them how they'll use.
Absolutely no bragging.
If you own and work on Amiga, you're welcome, ask me for some coins.  Smiley
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April 06, 2014, 09:50:58 PM
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According to my rough estimate, you have premined some 400k blocks... that would be approximately 200M Amigacoins.

Block height is only about 22,000.


Sorry, I mined less 10k blocks (not 400k) and if you can see the wallet, you'll read around 22k blocks mined until now.
I'm giving those coins to many Amiga users for free (like Auroracoin) and usually I don't ask them how they'll use.
Absolutely no bragging.
If you own and work on Amiga, you're welcome, ask me for some coins.  Smiley


If you want to satisfy some concerns, why not add a few bounties to the first post using some of the premine?
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April 06, 2014, 09:56:07 PM
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According to my rough estimate, you have premined some 400k blocks... that would be approximately 200M Amigacoins.

Block height is only about 22,000.


Sorry, I mined less 10k blocks (not 400k) and if you can see the wallet, you'll read around 22k blocks mined until now.
I'm giving those coins to many Amiga users for free (like Auroracoin) and usually I don't ask them how they'll use.
Absolutely no bragging.
If you own and work on Amiga, you're welcome, ask me for some coins.  Smiley


If you want to satisfy some concerns, why not add a few bounties to the first post using some of the premine?

Whoops... I was being silly (and tired). Sorry for that, 22k it is.
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April 06, 2014, 10:03:01 PM
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fuck now i wanna know if my a1200 in the picture still runs ... there must be still porn from mailboxes in there ... ehehe

Ill give a bounty of 500 600 1000 1200 1300 3000 4000 [AGA] Coins to anyone with a picture of a still running Amiga in 2014.
Bounty is for the modelnumber Cheesy

Just for Fun Cheesy

If bitcoinmining riggs could buy miningriggs with bitcoin by themselves wouldnt that be asexual reproduction ? So wouldnt that make BTC a lifeform ?
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April 06, 2014, 10:27:37 PM
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fuck now i wanna know if my a1200 in the picture still runs ... there must be still porn from mailboxes in there ... ehehe

Ill give a bounty of 500 600 1000 1200 1300 3000 4000 [AGA] Coins to anyone with a picture of a still running Amiga in 2014.
Bounty is for the modelnumber Cheesy

Just for Fun Cheesy

Yes, good idea!  Wink
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April 06, 2014, 10:36:01 PM
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So where is the Amiga wallet and miner?

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