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June 24, 2014, 10:54:30 PM
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With 375Kh/s, how much should I be making daily? Or at least weekly?
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June 24, 2014, 11:10:39 PM
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With 375Kh/s, how much should I be making daily? Or at least weekly?

hash rate*day in seconds / current diff
375000*86400/342108147834  = day proffit

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June 25, 2014, 01:05:46 AM
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Just a note of caution for miners -

As the scratchpad size continues to increase, hashrates are dropping on 8MB cache machines (even with my hugepages changes).

It would be a good idea to pay attention carefully to your mining profitability and watch the rates you're seeing.  This will probably continue for a bit as the fraction of hits in L3 continues to go down over the coming weeks.

cubydu, this may have something to do with the effects you observed, though I've only seen a ~25% slowdown on my i7-4790 at this point.

off to do some math. Smiley  I think I just lost a lot of money on EC2 while I wasn't watching.  Hope this saves others the pain!

Ouch, yea, gotta watch this more carefully if you are running EC2 instances.  I also had a lot (leave it at that) of Ec2 instances but have completely stopped...
AWS can really kick you in the but when you get the bill. Smiley

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June 25, 2014, 01:14:13 AM
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Um, why do we want to get listed on coinmarketcap already? This community is doing just fine without the nightmare of get-marginally-more-rich/make$5 pump and dumpers out there. There is too much infrastructure that still needs to be built, and if the coin goes sky-high and then crashes equally fast it's more likely to kill this community as the thread gets overrun with whiny "to da moon!" posters that drown out the dev and any real love for the project.

I think we should NOT get on coinmarketcap and we should not try and get on more exchanges. These things serve only to serve up a new coin as fresh meat to speculative individuals with zero interest in contributing in any meaningful manner. It's a terrible idea right now. Lets wait till there is actually something happening with the coin more then just mining.
I agree. Monero is currently having this problem (despite the devs sharing your view). Better to stay out of the limelight until everything is developed or coming along well. DRK could've used the obscurity and look what happened to them...

Purely based on the promise from a stranger on the internet. Though never come through with the promise. Yet little old boolberry is just chillinh here with the king of anon features, fully functional.. and has a 500k market cap... ha! Who wants to count down with me till everyone realizes this and panic buys boolberry?
I would prefer a slow increase in price to a pump of any sort  Smiley
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June 25, 2014, 02:22:14 AM
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Um, why do we want to get listed on coinmarketcap already? This community is doing just fine without the nightmare of get-marginally-more-rich/make$5 pump and dumpers out there. There is too much infrastructure that still needs to be built, and if the coin goes sky-high and then crashes equally fast it's more likely to kill this community as the thread gets overrun with whiny "to da moon!" posters that drown out the dev and any real love for the project.

I think we should NOT get on coinmarketcap and we should not try and get on more exchanges. These things serve only to serve up a new coin as fresh meat to speculative individuals with zero interest in contributing in any meaningful manner. It's a terrible idea right now. Lets wait till there is actually something happening with the coin more then just mining.
I agree. Monero is currently having this problem (despite the devs sharing your view). Better to stay out of the limelight until everything is developed or coming along well. DRK could've used the obscurity and look what happened to them...

Purely based on the promise from a stranger on the internet. Though never come through with the promise. Yet little old boolberry is just chillinh here with the king of anon features, fully functional.. and has a 500k market cap... ha! Who wants to count down with me till everyone realizes this and panic buys boolberry?
I would prefer a slow increase in price to a pump of any sort  Smiley

I submitted for CoinMarketCap but will not be pushing for Mintpal anytime soon.
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June 25, 2014, 02:36:01 AM
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Just a note of caution for miners -

As the scratchpad size continues to increase, hashrates are dropping on 8MB cache machines (even with my hugepages changes).

It would be a good idea to pay attention carefully to your mining profitability and watch the rates you're seeing.  This will probably continue for a bit as the fraction of hits in L3 continues to go down over the coming weeks.

cubydu, this may have something to do with the effects you observed, though I've only seen a ~25% slowdown on my i7-4790 at this point.

off to do some math. Smiley  I think I just lost a lot of money on EC2 while I wasn't watching.  Hope this saves others the pain!

Ouch, yea, gotta watch this more carefully if you are running EC2 instances.  I also had a lot (leave it at that) of Ec2 instances but have completely stopped...
AWS can really kick you in the but when you get the bill. Smiley

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I would be surprised if AWS is even still profitable. Solo mining (or private pools) using dga's changes:
1300000*86400/346429025453 = 0.324222255 blocks * 16.97 =5.502051676 BBR * 0.00150634 BTC = 0.008287961 BTC/per day * 579 = 4.802541604 USD per day

Total spent at 0.27 per instance * 24 = 6.48
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June 25, 2014, 02:41:20 AM
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    News section on CryptoNote.org
    We are happy to announce a news section on the cryptonote.org. The new section is dedicated to new developments, ideas and news from the CryptoNote realm. About two years ago the CryptoNote technology had only been represented by Bytecoin (BCN) but since then things have changed dramatically. Not only the number of Bytecoins has soared, the other coins such as Quazarcoin, Fantomcoin and Monero are taking the cryptocurrency world by storm. The CryptoNote community becomes very diverse and geographically disseminated therefore we believe it is our duty to spread the word and bring everyone at one place.  Just by clicking on the news tab you’ll have the latest account on what’s been going on with CryptoNote-based currencies along with fresh updates from the devs at hand. The idea is to turn this website into a vibrant pool of information accessible to anybody who wants to keep one's finger on the pulse of CryptoNote technology. If you are a CryptoNote enthusiast and you have some ideas worth sharing, please don’t hesitate to contact us at news@cryptonote.org


    I have to ask what many are probably thinking but have had apprehensions about asking for one reason or another.

    • Why no mention of BBR?
    • An obvious unfair hidden scorn for Monero in all of your posts right from the very beginning?
    • Constant pushing of the scammy Monero clones like the worst CN coin QCN


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    June 25, 2014, 03:10:25 AM
     #1888

    What's going on?
    The price is down to 100K sat.. Cry
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    June 25, 2014, 03:12:29 AM
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    Is there a big problem with this coin? people are dumpling it like shit.

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    June 25, 2014, 03:30:31 AM
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    News section on CryptoNote.org
    We are happy to announce a news section on the cryptonote.org. The new section is dedicated to new developments, ideas and news from the CryptoNote realm. About two years ago the CryptoNote technology had only been represented by Bytecoin (BCN) but since then things have changed dramatically. Not only the number of Bytecoins has soared, the other coins such as Quazarcoin, Fantomcoin and Monero are taking the cryptocurrency world by storm. The CryptoNote community becomes very diverse and geographically disseminated therefore we believe it is our duty to spread the word and bring everyone at one place.  Just by clicking on the news tab you’ll have the latest account on what’s been going on with CryptoNote-based currencies along with fresh updates from the devs at hand. The idea is to turn this website into a vibrant pool of information accessible to anybody who wants to keep one's finger on the pulse of CryptoNote technology. If you are a CryptoNote enthusiast and you have some ideas worth sharing, please don’t hesitate to contact us at news@cryptonote.org


    I have to ask what many are probably thinking but have had apprehensions about asking for one reason or another.

    An obvious unfair hidden scorn for Monero in all of your posts right from the very beginning?

    You are kidding, right?

    Because the BCN Devs implemented this techonology toiling for long months in obscurity...
    Which Monero then just ripped off... "aped" the code as gmaxwell puts it, though it was "buggy"...
    Plus the Monero group has orchestrated a massive smear campaign versus ByteCoin...
    Which continues to this day via their aggressive shills and stooges.

    Though TacoTime sure seems to like boolberrys, though.

    gmaxwell 2014-05-19, 20:08:03

    "As hard as it is to believe, people other than me do occasionally have really good ideas. Smiley  ... (No, I'd only heard about it a couple months ago and looked into it in depth until the last week).  I think all these altcoins are horribly ill-advised in their altcoinness. You're in the wrong subforum and thread if you want to talk about cryptocurrency speculation— my interest here is just in the techniques— and I'm not going to credit some random code aping fork for other people's work when talking about them.

    (In case anyone had the impression that I thought bytecoin was all love and wonder: the implementation is currently really immature and somewhat buggy— and perhaps not likely to improve if its authors are now getting voted off the island in a fork. The POW is very slow to validate, and seems generally ill-advised to me (see https://download.wpsoftware.net/bitcoin/asic-faq.pdf), the adaptive blocksize stuff seems dangerous and the coin burning excuse for it can't work as expected in the long run since miners can get paid out of band, ... but the privacy design is very good, though even there its incompatible with pruning (but so is everything else). Of course, all these concerns also apply to forks that just aped the code.)."

    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=279249.480
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    June 25, 2014, 03:35:45 AM
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    Is there a big problem with this coin? people are dumpling it like shit.
    Everything is being dumped.
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    June 25, 2014, 03:58:30 AM
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    Is there a big problem with this coin? people are dumpling it like shit.
    Everything is being dumped.
    what's the problem?

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    June 25, 2014, 04:19:39 AM
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    bter have a voting list now : https://bter.com/voting
    please ask bter add qora to voting list:   http://support.bter.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
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    June 25, 2014, 04:47:47 AM
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    Is there a big problem with this coin? people are dumpling it like shit.
    Everything is being dumped.
    what's the problem?

    No problem. Markets go up and down. Traders are always trying to make profit on coins with any movement.
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    Submitted to CMC. Took 5 minutes.
    Expect listing within 2-4 days if there are no issues.

    I submitted last week. Boolberry was added today.

    Nice! Smiley

    wow, just in time for the price crash from 0.003 to 0.001, huh? ;(
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    June 25, 2014, 10:16:23 AM
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    Is there a big problem with this coin? people are dumpling it like shit.
    Everything is being dumped.
    what's the problem?

    No problem. Markets go up and down. Traders are always trying to make profit on coins with any movement.

    Also possible that guys with secret gpu miners are dumping a significant portion of the coins generated each day...
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    June 25, 2014, 01:21:04 PM
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    Also possible that guys with secret gpu miners are dumping a significant portion of the coins generated each day...

    I value your concern, but we're selling over the counter right now and even buying back coins on the exchanges.
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    June 25, 2014, 01:49:55 PM
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    Is there a big problem with this coin? people are dumpling it like shit.
    Everything is being dumped.
    what's the problem?

    No problem. Markets go up and down. Traders are always trying to make profit on coins with any movement.

    It'd be fun if someone plotted the relative price of XMR vs BBR.  I bet it's held reasonably constant -- this price drop also (significantly) affected XMR.  I don't pay attention to BCN or the growing army of clones, but I bet that there's a lot of correlation between the entire cryptonote family.

    With the energy behind both XMR and BBR, it's still very early in the game.  A lot more coins will be created (bad for price) and a lot more development seems like it's going to happen (good for price).  I'm confident predicting change and continued volatility, but beyond that, who knows? :-)

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    June 25, 2014, 04:08:08 PM
    Last edit: June 25, 2014, 04:54:53 PM by crypto_zoidberg
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    We had some issues with GCC 4.9/ArchLinux building too, we fix them in this commit
    https://github.com/monero-project/bitmonero/commit/9853ba8e0636ba6f1043bb4f52caff19fe54c8ac

    You can try merging that and seeing if it fixes it

    Thank you, i've merged it.
    Guys, who had have a problems with gcc 9.8 ?
    Try to pull from muster and say if it fixed.

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    Just a note of caution for miners -

    As the scratchpad size continues to increase, hashrates are dropping on 8MB cache machines (even with my hugepages changes).

    It would be a good idea to pay attention carefully to your mining profitability and watch the rates you're seeing.  This will probably continue for a bit as the fraction of hits in L3 continues to go down over the coming weeks.

    cubydu, this may have something to do with the effects you observed, though I've only seen a ~25% slowdown on my i7-4790 at this point.



    I also see yesterday a decrease of about 25% Hashrate on daemon on my home computer.

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