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June 18, 2014, 12:43:20 PM
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Is there a profit calculator for BBR?

There isn't even a blockexplorer yet. Give it time!
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June 18, 2014, 12:45:02 PM
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even with the belief in this technology, we took off rose-colored glasses Sad
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June 18, 2014, 12:47:23 PM
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Is there a profit calculator for BBR?
average BBR per day = (block reward * hashes per second * 43200) / difficulty

block reward is effectively 17 right now. difficulty is ~200 billion right now.

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June 18, 2014, 01:25:38 PM
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Is there a profit calculator for BBR?
average BBR per day = (block reward * hashes per second * 43200) / difficulty

block reward is effectively 17 right now. difficulty is ~200 billion right now.

Shouldn't that be 86400, @surfer?  The diff already includes the targeting to a block every two minutes.

btw - a convenient shortcut for calculating this is:

  megahashes-per-second * 86.4 /  (diff in billions)

(it just cancels out the powers of ten).

So using my favorite example, a big AWS box is 1.3 mh/s:

   1.3 * 86.4 / 200 = 0.56 blocks / day.

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June 18, 2014, 02:41:26 PM
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even with the belief in this technology, we took off rose-colored glasses Sad

Poetic, but what do you mean?
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June 18, 2014, 02:52:08 PM
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There is no big buy wall support here..Price will down to 130K I think...
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June 18, 2014, 04:03:51 PM
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There is no big buy wall support here..Price will down to 130K I think...

Are kidding me?

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June 18, 2014, 04:07:08 PM
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There is no big buy wall support here..Price will down to 130K I think...

Are kidding me?

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How big do you want?  Cheesy


Nobody's selling to mine.  Highest bid on poloniex right now - feel free to dump to me. Smiley

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... and to whomever just moved their 39 BTC buy wall right on top of me, don't think I didn't see what you did there.

You have a lot more money than I do. :-)  <hat tip>

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June 18, 2014, 04:09:32 PM
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There is no big buy wall support here..Price will down to 130K I think...

Are kidding me?

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That wall could be eaten any time. Yesterday 43 BTC buy wall at 0.002+ was destroyed in a single sale and i guess the dumper is probably Christian. His team is mining roughly 50% of newly minted BBR each day with his private GPU mining script. If he is happy to dump at 0.002, there is a chance he will continue to dump at 0.0016. He will keep doing so as long as he still make profit.
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June 18, 2014, 04:13:26 PM
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There is no big buy wall support here..Price will down to 130K I think...

Are kidding me?

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That wall could be eaten any time. Yesterday 43 BTC buy wall at 0.002+ was destroyed in a single sale and i guess the dumper is probably Christian. His team is mining roughly 50% of newly minted BBR each day with his private GPU mining script. If he is happy to dump at 0.002, there is a chance he will continue to dump at 0.0016. He will keep doing so as long as he still make profit.

Not us. We're seldom holding more than 10000 BBR at a time. Also we're not interested in crashing the price (should be obvious).
Also note the majority of our BBR mining is actually CPU. The GPUs on EC2 aren't actually all that powerful.

The biggest sell order I've seen thus far was for 47000 BBR, but it wasn't executed while I watched. But it shows how many coins some people have amassed in their wallets. Probably whales with lots of BTC who bought in early and cheaply. I suspect one of these whales cashed out part of their holdings, destroying that buy wall yesterday. We were amazed like everyone else.

Christian

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June 18, 2014, 04:59:14 PM
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@carloss - Another person uses this on 12.04

sudo -S apt-get update
sudo -S apt-get -y install python-software-properties
sudo -S apt-get -y install git cmake
sudo -S apt-get -y install libgmp-dev libmpfr4 libmpfr-dev libmpc-dev libmpc2 libtool m4 bison flex autoconf
sudo -S add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-toolchain-r/test
sudo -S apt-get update
sudo -S apt-get -y install gcc-4.8 g++-4.8 gcc-4.8-multilib g++-4.8-multilib gcc-4.8-doc
sudo -S update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/gcc gcc /usr/bin/gcc-4.8 20
sudo -S update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/g++ g++ /usr/bin/g++-4.8 20
sudo -S update-alternatives --config gcc
sudo -S update-alternatives --config g++
sudo -S apt-get update

They must use cmake at the end, since they installed it.


Great news!

The Chinese famous platform btc38.com want to add Boolberry to their crypto-currency library. Which means BBR is more close to btc38 now.

Any suggestions for the chinese name of BBR?
For xmr, they called "门罗币".
Since bool in chinese means "布尔" and berry in chinese means "莓".

Is "布尔莓" ok for Boolberry or any other good suggestions like "数莓" etc.

Where did you get his info?

l have heard 布尔币 is used which roughly translates to "boolcoin."

Let me ask someone else.
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June 18, 2014, 05:55:20 PM
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try

git clone git://github.com/cryptozoidberg/boolberry.git
cd boolberry
./autogen.sh
./configure
make

i recommend you updating to 14.04

I am sorry, but your advise does not make sense. Boolberry uses cmake...

Now i remember I used LucasJones rep with the simpleminer, it compiles the wallet too

I use make on 14.04.


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June 18, 2014, 06:10:34 PM
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One more simpleminer upgrade for testing.  This one should improve performance by a few percent:  it reduces the time between when a worker thread finds a share and when the share gets submitted to the pool.

Feedback and any comparison benchmarking appreciated:

https://github.com/dave-andersen/boolberry

(you just need simpleminer.cpp and simpleminer.h )

one important thing to note, though, is that this should increase *share* and block rate, but it won't necessarily increase the reported hashrate output:  It reduces wasted hashing, so hr should look similar.

If all goes well, I'll submit this plus the previous small improvement to pool robustness tomorrow a.m.

  -Dave

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June 18, 2014, 06:42:54 PM
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One more simpleminer upgrade for testing.  This one should improve performance by a few percent:  it reduces the time between when a worker thread finds a share and when the share gets submitted to the pool.

Feedback and any comparison benchmarking appreciated:

https://github.com/dave-andersen/boolberry

(you just need simpleminer.cpp and simpleminer.h )

one important thing to note, though, is that this should increase *share* and block rate, but it won't necessarily increase the reported hashrate output:  It reduces wasted hashing, so hr should look similar.

If all goes well, I'll submit this plus the previous small improvement to pool robustness tomorrow a.m.

  -Dave

I will start testing now.. thanks DGA

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June 18, 2014, 07:14:49 PM
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Please give a huge thanks to monerochain for making us a Blockchain Explorer!!

http://bbr.cryptostats.org/

There is LOTS of information on the charts tab.

Don't forget to show your appreciation with some Donations.


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June 18, 2014, 07:33:05 PM
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There is no big buy wall support here..Price will down to 130K I think...

Are kidding me?

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That wall could be eaten any time. Yesterday 43 BTC buy wall at 0.002+ was destroyed in a single sale and i guess the dumper is probably Christian. His team is mining roughly 50% of newly minted BBR each day with his private GPU mining script. If he is happy to dump at 0.002, there is a chance he will continue to dump at 0.0016. He will keep doing so as long as he still make profit.

I strongly believe it was fake sell. There was a discussion about testing the buywall in Poloniex trollbox and a guy named "Monero" announced he will do it. Next minute it was sold. Then he anounced another dump and it happened, but it was panic sell by small traders. Same wall as before appeared there in few hours at much lower level. It is still there slowly going up. Selling coins worth of 42 BTC at price 0.00225 costs less than 0.1 BTC on Poloniex. It is not big price for such a game.

It seems this guy owns at least 42 BTC and approximately 20000 BBR (which is 5% of existing coins). It is a big player and question is what are his intentions. I hope it is not to destroy this coin - he would loose lots of money too. Maybe he is just trying to accumulate more at low price, and push price higher, but this strategy (simple big buy wall) is not so effective anymore. He should learn from guys who pumped VRC and Crypt, they know, how to do it.

BBR is really good coin. I am fan of Monero, but this is really improvement. With market cap at 600-800 BTC it is 1/10 of monero. Imagine, where it can go if treated well. It needs wise investors understanding its potential. Lets hope BBR will get it.
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June 18, 2014, 08:27:47 PM
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Coins in circulation (MRO)

ahem... XBR please.

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June 18, 2014, 08:32:10 PM
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This is bullshit.  Hardfork this and fix this before people start abandoning this coin.  I'm ready to dump all my coins and move on and I'm not alone.  A closed source miner kept private getting a majority of all the coins.  Come on.

we're mining 5000-7000 coins a day

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg7320842#msg7320842

I have nothing bad to say about the dev of the miner because I would probably do the same.   But I wouldn't be surprised if people called for changes either.
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June 18, 2014, 08:39:48 PM
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we're mining 5000-7000 coins a day

I have nothing bad to say about the dev of the miner because I would probably do the same.   But I wouldn't be surprised if people called for changes either.

I am actually surprised that not more people have optimized the miner and created GPU versions. It's a basic algorithm, much easier than CryptoNite. It's not actually hard to port to GPU.

I'm willing to provide a GPU version in ccMiner if we can get some stratum support in the pools.

But still that will exclude all the AMD folks, as ccMiner is CUDA only. Then all the AMD fanboys will cry "foul play!"

It doesn't look like anybody is going to abandon this coin. The developer is very active,  kind people like dga are contributing to simpleminer and a GUI wallet is in the works. The price has tripled already and investors seem to like the coin.

Christian
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June 18, 2014, 08:42:03 PM
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we're mining 5000-7000 coins a day

I have nothing bad to say about the dev of the miner because I would probably do the same.   But I wouldn't be surprised if people called for changes either.

I am actually surprised that not more people have optimized the miner and created GPU versions. It's a basic algorithm, much easier than CryptoNite. It's not actually hard to port to GPU.

I'm willing to provide a GPU version in ccMiner if we can get some stratum support in the pools.

But still that will exclude all the AMD folks, as ccMiner is CUDA only.

Christian

we would need to talk to LucasJones and/or Zone117x about adding stratum support.

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