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June 05, 2014, 12:18:20 AM
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And considering people are saying this coin is no longer currently profitable to mine with EC2 instances, and afterwards the hashrate triples or something to that effect this morning, I would have to conclude someone found a way to write up a GPU miner.
Look above, crypto_zoidberg showed there is overwhelming evidence it is ec2 (and someone said 60% of their peers were amazon). The sooner the public GPU miner, the better. That would make net hashrate much more stable, and if someone has a private GPU miner, level the playing field.

Wild keccak algo in the works?  Grin

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June 05, 2014, 12:31:13 AM
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And considering people are saying this coin is no longer currently profitable to mine with EC2 instances, and afterwards the hashrate triples or something to that effect this morning, I would have to conclude someone found a way to write up a GPU miner.
Look above, crypto_zoidberg showed there is overwhelming evidence it is ec2 (and someone said 60% of their peers were amazon). The sooner the public GPU miner, the better. That would make net hashrate much more stable, and if someone has a private GPU miner, level the playing field.

Wild keccak algo in the works?  Grin

looking into it.



At the risk of providing facts:  I was perhaps 1/4th of that increase - with apologies.  It was EC2, no GPU.

I suspect I know what happened:  I looked at the diff, calculated that it was profitable on EC2 to mine at a particular rate, and launched quite a few hundred c3.8xlarge instances.  My goal was to let the diff creep back up to where it should be based on the hashrate, and top out at the end of where it was profitable on EC2, and then kill the instances.

... what I forgot is that this wasn't a vacuum.  The hash rate increased *way* faster than I thought it would, and my guess is that about 10 other people all had the same idea at about the same time when the profitability calculation looked positive.  One or two of them probably launched up to 1000 instances.

The combination of all that resulted in a huge diff spike (which I think might be interacting with a mis-tuned parameter in the difficulty retargeting).  When I got up this morning, I saw the diff, said words I won't utter in a public forum, and immediately killed all of my instances.  Looking at the hash rate graph, I think other people still had instances starting up or running, because it kept increasing even after I killed about 600mh/s.  And then it tanked when all of the cloud miners suddenly realized they were bleeding away money.

I'm not going to do that again. Smiley

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June 05, 2014, 01:15:26 AM
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No block in 3 hour ?

Cloud people left when difficulty went to 214G
Whoever this is: STOP THAT!

I bet you it's a GPU miner.
Why? There are people who can launch thousands of instances on Amazon for a hour....

And how much do they pay each time they do that?
You only have to buy graphics cards once.


To all who is wondering where did the evil came from: if it is a super-GPU or it amazon: take a look to BBR graphs: http://boolberry.com/state.html



You could see there just a lot of new connections, and a lot of peers appeared in greylist. And this is only peers seen by one machine(monitoring node).

So it seems that it was just huge amazon evil.

>And how much do they pay each time they do that?
Unfortunately not everyone have to pay for servers Sad




I think we need to implement Kimoto's Gravity Well to regulate difficulty. It will change the difficulty more quickly.
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June 05, 2014, 01:22:29 AM
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I think this coin need Explorers.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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June 05, 2014, 01:26:01 AM
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I suggest Dark Gravity Well 3.
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June 05, 2014, 01:57:48 AM
Last edit: June 05, 2014, 02:56:32 AM by baigreen
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Found a tool about bbr:
http://whatmine.com/coin/601/-

By the way, The title of this thread can be modified:

[ANN][BBR] Boolberry | Frist ever Anonymous/Cryptonote/Alias | No IPO/Premine | 2 EXCHANGES

It will be better.
Thanks.

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June 05, 2014, 03:03:08 AM
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Found a tool about bbr:
http://whatmine.com/coin/601/-

By the way, The title of this thread can be modified:

[ANN][BBR] Boolberry | Frist ever Anonymous/Cryptonote/Alias | No IPO/Premine | 2 EXCHANGES

It will be better.
Thanks.

Thanks. We will use some of that.
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June 05, 2014, 04:17:42 AM
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While I agree that the aws miners are currently problematic for this note, primarily because of the difficulty adjustment algorithm, a GPU miner is not the correct solution to that problem. If you think having an onslaught of GPU miners seeking the smallest increase in their daily profitability is going to be even remotely beneficial for the value of the currency and the investors, you're sadly mistaken.

I think a modification to your difficulty algo should be your objective. I'd avoid GPU mineability at all costs.

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June 05, 2014, 05:01:01 AM
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BBR also need a nice Logo.
Who can do it? 

This is a not too shoddy start......

http://imgur.com/EiRXCQf
http://imgur.com/VONELXN

Thanks.  repost here

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June 05, 2014, 05:53:49 AM
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Specifications
Launch Date: 17 May 16:00 GMT
Algorithm:  Wild Keccak(Blockchain-based PoW hash)
Block generation:  2 minutes
Money supply:  ~18,450,000
Premine:  0
Default Pp2P port:  10101
Default RPC port: 10102
Developer Bounty:  1% (One percent of coins found go to developer - can be turned off)

Technical details:

Emission
Reward halving for 10 years:
day         block reward         generated coins
0          17.416264            0%  0.000000
183       15.359717            11% 2179953.768778
366       13.546011            22% 4102274.357256
549       11.946471            31% 5797411.627041
732       10.535808            39% 7292216.288657
915        9.291719             46% 8610365.351676
1098      8.194534              52% 9772737.277389
1281      7.226907              58% 10797742.784839
1464      6.373539              63% 11701616.548800
1647      5.620939              67% 12498674.414764
1830      4.957208              71% 13201540.208042
2013      4.371851              74% 13821345.733154
2196      3.855614              77% 14367907.128588
2379      3.400335              80% 14849880.376022
2562      2.998817              82% 15274898.428772
2745      2.644711              84% 15649692.128002
2928      2.332418              86% 15980196.828462
3111      2.057001              88% 16271646.419271
3294      1.814107              89% 16528656.232190
3477      1.599893              90% 16755296.148816

         

Hello fellow Boolberrians, I have recently joined the community by purchasing a couple thousand BBR.  I have been following the project but preferred to wait for an exchange before I jumped in, thinking I might have to pay a small premium.  When I first looked into purchasing BBR was trading on the forums for around 0.0035-0.004 which turns out to be about the ATH for the coin.  I thought once it hit the exchange it would see at least 0.006 but when I looked it was only around 0.0015 so I sent some Bitcoin over and ended up buying up to 0.002 it has since fallen to 0.0009 and after reading the forums with people renting rigs it has me concerned that there are more people looking for the quick buck then really want to see Boolberry succeed.  After doing some research I decided that I wanted to hedge my dark and XC with a cryptonote coin and decided the Boolberry seem to be the most innovative and motivated to complete a solid project first.  With all the cloud miners coming online and offline have you considered reducing the Block reward to half or a quarter of the original mintage numbers.  This move seemed to work well for both DRK and XC and seems that it could help reduce future bloating by simply reducing the number of coins (I realize their could still be as many transactions/ but with only 1/4 supply maybe not!)

Also can anybody tell me why the block chain says offline on: http://whatmine.com/coin/601/-  ?

Anyways hope a GUI wallet comes out soon, and can't wait to see what the community develops  Grin

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June 05, 2014, 11:56:43 AM
Last edit: June 05, 2014, 12:34:27 PM by digicoin
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DRK is a scam coin.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=560138.0

Meanwhile XC is just a over-hyped clone. Why does BBR need to learn marketing tactics from bump and dump coins?
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June 05, 2014, 02:19:27 PM
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BBR also need a nice Logo.
Who can do it? 

This is a not too shoddy start......

http://imgur.com/EiRXCQf
http://imgur.com/VONELXN

Personally I'd prefer something a little less cutesy and which plays up the "bool" part of it (i.e. on/off or true/false symbolism).

(just bought my first BBR.. I hold XMR and BBR now, as they're the only interesting cryptonote coins.)

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June 05, 2014, 02:30:07 PM
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we must improve  Gravity Well
when the hashrate slow down,and the diff down,someone prize the hashrate and diff quickly
when the diff going so high,they leave us,I think there is a bug in it

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June 05, 2014, 03:29:03 PM
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we must improve  Gravity Well
when the hashrate slow down,and the diff down,someone prize the hashrate and diff quickly
when the diff going so high,they leave us,I think there is a bug in it

Well, i see as a main problem now is that we don't have pools. Since we have a different PoW it's not so easy to be add BBR to existing pools.
I'm working now on simple built-in pool, to allow everyone to run his own daemon-based pool withot any development, just plug-and-pool.

But if this won't help - i'll hardfork BBR with new difficulty adjustment.


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June 05, 2014, 03:38:11 PM
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we must improve  Gravity Well
when the hashrate slow down,and the diff down,someone prize the hashrate and diff quickly
when the diff going so high,they leave us,I think there is a bug in it

Well, i see as a main problem now is that we don't have pools. Since we have a different PoW it's not so easy to be add BBR to existing pools.
I'm working now on simple built-in pool, to allow everyone to run his own daemon-based pool withot any development, just plug-and-pool.



Has this ever been done before? 
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June 05, 2014, 03:50:11 PM
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If you posted in the rename contest, please PM your address to me. Since was decided to keep the name Boolberry, we are going to split the bounty among all that entered.


Hello,

I have also posted and sent you a PM 2 days ago, but didnt receive any reply.

I was waiting for more responses. I will post a reminder in the name thread and distribute the prizes tomorrow.

I will be sending tomorrow morning. So far I have heard from:

..


I started sending yesterday and was able to finish today.

poornamelessme - send me a pm i sent without transaction id

I sent 10 BBR to following people:
blaaaaacksuit
Coindgr
emontmon
enerbyte
graphfox
human
kindofasaint
loremipsum
Nekomata
otila
sorryforthat
Spekulatius
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June 05, 2014, 04:45:31 PM
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First working Boolberry pool! Shocked

PoolBerry.org

We have a 1% fee to pay for servers and transaction fees.

The pool is in beta, I do not guarantee it can submit blocks correctly. Come test it out!

You must build simpleminer from source using this Github repository: http://github.com/LucasJones/boolberry

Binaries should come soon.

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June 05, 2014, 04:49:04 PM
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we must improve  Gravity Well
when the hashrate slow down,and the diff down,someone prize the hashrate and diff quickly
when the diff going so high,they leave us,I think there is a bug in it

Well, i see as a main problem now is that we don't have pools. Since we have a different PoW it's not so easy to be add BBR to existing pools.
I'm working now on simple built-in pool, to allow everyone to run his own daemon-based pool withot any development, just plug-and-pool.

But if this won't help - i'll hardfork BBR with new difficulty adjustment.



I think the pool won't help on difficulty adjustment a lot. The Gravity Well was developed when the pool mining was available for those coins.
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June 05, 2014, 04:54:40 PM
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http://bbr.extremepool.org

come mine at the # 1 pool site for cryptonote coins

https://github.com/LucasJones/boolberry

use the above simpleminer to mine.

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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June 05, 2014, 05:58:42 PM
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Extreme Pool

ANNON:
Thanks to LucasJones we now have a working Boolberry Pool

visit http://bbr.extremepool.org

you will need to download, compile, and use simpleminer from here https://github.com/LucasJones/boolberry

command to start minning

Code:
./simpleminer --pool-addr bbr.extremepool.org:5555 --login <address> --pass x

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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