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July 09, 2014, 10:10:41 AM
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Hello again! It's the Hibtc team here, and we invite your community to take part in our Coin Voting process.
Only active members of community can choose which currencies should be trading on Hitbtc.
You can vote for Boolberry and add it to Hitbtc. Every few weeks we add the coin with the highest number of votes. We've already added Doge and are in the process of adding NXT now.
A small tip: You can sign in here: https://hitbtc.com/signin and add 10 votes instead of one from non-registered users.
The other way to add a coin to the exchange is our Market Maker program. We add any coin with two Market Maker contracts, irrespective of the number of votes it has. Take a look here: https://hitbtc.com/mm
Any questions, feel free to ask!


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July 09, 2014, 10:43:09 AM
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Hello again! It's the Hibtc team here, and we invite your community to take part in our Coin Voting process.
Only active members of community can choose which currencies should be trading on Hitbtc.
You can vote for Boolberry and add it to Hitbtc. Every few weeks we add the coin with the highest number of votes. We've already added Doge and are in the process of adding NXT now.
A small tip: You can sign in here: https://hitbtc.com/signin and add 10 votes instead of one from non-registered users.
The other way to add a coin to the exchange is our Market Maker program. We add any coin with two Market Maker contracts, irrespective of the number of votes it has. Take a look here: https://hitbtc.com/mm
Any questions, feel free to ask!



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July 09, 2014, 02:58:37 PM
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this is an absurdity of the altcoin markets - this is at least the second most interesting coin regarding anonymity, with monero and they for some reason suffer. I am really curious if the best technology owns the market - I say it is still very likely

+1000000

Need more hash on pool to hit regular blocks, we are almost there.

http://boolberry.extremepool.org

detailed Linux mining instructions under the getting started page.

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July 09, 2014, 03:43:45 PM
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Dear friends!

I've pushed another update of cpuminer-multi sources, that fetching scratchpad from thirdparty storage via http/https.

Now cpuminer-multi, before start mining do following steps:
1. try to find local scratchpad file, if not then 2.
2. try to download scratchpad from url specified in command line parameter, if not then quit.
3. try to load scratchpad from downloaded scratchpad file, if not then quit.

Now getfullscratchpad method in pools server is deprecated, i'll remove it from sources after weekend.

This should also work two times faster, beacause getfullscratchpad was returning hex-encoded string of scratchpad that is actually twice bigger than original binary data.

Now, command line for miner starting looks like this:
Code:
./minerd -a wildkeccak -o stratum+tcp://162.243.210.156:7778 -u 1L....ZE  -p x -P -D -t 1 -k https://raw.githubusercontent.com/scratchpadbbr/scratchpad/master/scratchpad.bin


-k paramter actually needed only for first run, to point url of scratchpad file. Once file is downloaded this paramter is no longer needed.
Code:
-k https://raw.githubusercontent.com/scratchpadbbr/scratchpad/master/scratchpad.bin




Normaly scratchpad file is saving into /home/user/.cache/boolberry/scratchpad.bin, but you could also specify file with this paramter:
Code:
--scratchpad_local_cache=/home/user/cpuminer-multi/s.bin


Notice for pool operators: Please, use link to your own copy of scratchpad file. Example link could be banned if github bandwith limit will be exceed



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July 09, 2014, 04:41:39 PM
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Extreme Pool  -  Notice
Wanted to let everyone know if you need any special ports added to let me know and I can add them to the pool.

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July 09, 2014, 05:12:03 PM
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new pool added :

bbr.darktech.org

hash hash hash enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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July 09, 2014, 05:54:06 PM
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Extreme Pool Update
Thanks for the help from Clintar we have added a profit calculator the boolberry mining pool!

http://boolberry.extremepool.org

More features coming shortly.

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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July 09, 2014, 06:04:52 PM
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Extreme Pool Update
Thanks for the help from Clintar we have added a profit calculator the boolberry mining pool!

http://boolberry.extremepool.org

More features coming shortly.

Result is seems to be wrong, i guess you need to result be devided by 2, since BBR block interval is twice slower than monero.


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July 09, 2014, 06:20:52 PM
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Extreme Pool Update
Thanks for the help from Clintar we have added a profit calculator the boolberry mining pool!

http://boolberry.extremepool.org

More features coming shortly.

Result is seems to be wrong, i guess you need to result be devided by 2, since BBR block interval is twice slower than monero.



it might be off a bit, if it is I can adjust but lets see how this work.
Also for those of you mining at Extremepool I have added the scratchpad.bin file
http://www.extremepool.org/download/scrathpad.bin
So using the new miner put -k http://www.extremepool.org/download/scratchpad.bin

Example code
Code:
./minerd -a wildkeccak -o stratum+tcp://boolberry.extremepool.org:5555 -u <address> -p x -k http://www.extremepool.org/download/scratchpad.bin

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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July 09, 2014, 07:22:44 PM
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Extreme Pool Update
Thanks for the help from Clintar we have added a profit calculator the boolberry mining pool!

http://boolberry.extremepool.org

More features coming shortly.

Result is seems to be wrong, i guess you need to result be devided by 2, since BBR block interval is twice slower than monero.



it might be off a bit, if it is I can adjust but lets see how this work.
Also for those of you mining at Extremepool I have added the scratchpad.bin file
http://www.extremepool.org/download/scrathpad.bin
So using the new miner put -k http://www.extremepool.org/download/scratchpad.bin

Example code
Code:
./minerd -a wildkeccak -o stratum+tcp://boolberry.extremepool.org:5555 -u <address> -p x -k http://www.extremepool.org/download/scratchpad.bin

Nice.  It looks right from here by my calculations.


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July 09, 2014, 07:48:26 PM
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this is an absurdity of the altcoin markets - this is at least the second most interesting coin regarding anonymity, with monero and they for some reason suffer. I am really curious if the best technology owns the market - I say it is still very likely

+1000000

Choosing "good enough" over "perfect" is not absurd... it's rational...
Everybody here does it 100 times every single day.

"Perfection is the enemy of good"... nobody expects perfection in this world.

Products succeed because their customers CHOOSE them...
Not because they are "better" or "best"...
But usually "simple-to-use", "convenient", "good enough" and maybe "hip".

Because high-end alt communities are so over-represented by academics, engineers and cryptologists...
To whom every outcome is largely viewed as binary...
We have groups like the Monero team consistently placing "perfection" above all.

Bitcoin is the most imperfect, ultra-centralized, slow, klunky, dated technology, but is very successful...
But people like Peter Todd, whom I know personally from my Bitcoin Group...
Represents the extreme "perfection" type of thinking...
And one can see that his mindset has not made him wealthy...
Whereas people with 70% of his IQ... and 10% of his technical sophistication are millionaires.

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/281ftd/why_i_just_sold_50_of_my_bitcoins_ghashio/
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July 09, 2014, 07:59:42 PM
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Tiny update that's nowhere near as cool as the mining scratchpad stuff:

I've updated the Go exchange bindings to handle the crypto signing aspects of Poloniex, so it can now do authenticated tradingApi queries.  I only added one for getting balances, but the rest will follow shortly.  So - one can now automatically query ones BBR wallet balance, exchange balance, send coins to the exchange (and by tomorrow, transfer them back out to your wallet).

  https://bitbucket.org/dave_andersen/exchange

Slowly slowly trying to knock down the barriers to accepting Boolberry as payments. Smiley


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July 09, 2014, 08:20:39 PM
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All you social media addicts: Boolberry is now setup on Twitter, Facebook and Reddit.

Feel free to visit us on your favorite one (or all three!) and say hello.

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July 09, 2014, 08:30:34 PM
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buying 10,000 bbr @ 0.0005BTC

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July 09, 2014, 09:59:29 PM
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Extreme Pool
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We offer a Pool for every Cryptonote Coin
Features:
•Fast Payouts directly to your private wallet.
•Address Validation
•Latest pool code from Zone117x
•Variable Difficulty based on your individual CPU performance
•Verified Secure
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Come mine with us!

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July 10, 2014, 03:27:39 AM
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buying 10,000 bbr @ 0.0005BTC

Im buying 4,000 bbr @ .00055, fyi. PM if you like to sell them to me. Cheers.
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July 10, 2014, 05:25:33 AM
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buying 10,000 bbr @ 0.0005BTC

Im buying 4,000 bbr @ .00055, fyi. PM if you like to sell them to me. Cheers.

why not buy them directly from market
coz, no one's too idiot to sell here, while they can get the 0.0006xx price at polo or bittrex...

sorry, but i just tell the fact of "no idiot in this forum"
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July 10, 2014, 06:03:49 AM
Last edit: July 10, 2014, 05:32:22 PM by trogdorjw73
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Hi all,

I'm trying to make sure I properly understand the block reward structure for BBR, so please correct me if I'm wrong. The formula is easy enough to find:
Code:
uint64_t base_reward = (EMISSION_SUPPLY - already_generated_coins) >> EMISSION_CURVE_CHARACTER;
But then when I dig deeper, what we're really saying is the reward is:
Code:
uint64_t base_reward = ((2^64 -1) * 0.99) - already_generated_coins) >> 20;
Okay, fine... but WTF value is used for already_generated_coins? I can look around online and see that currently there are around 657,687 BBR at the time of writing, but obviously we're not just using that number in the formula. There has to be a multiplier...
Code:
EMISSION_SUPPLY ~= 18262276632972456099 >> 20 ~= 17416264183971
That looks like the proper base coin reward for block 0, but with 12 digits that should be to the right of the decimal point. So if I take the current number of "real" coins (as a user would think about them), multiply by a trillion (1,000,000,000,000), subtract that from 18262276632972456099, divide by 2^20 (shift right 20 bits), and finally divide by 1 trillion, I get the base block reward?

Or to simplify, I can use 18262277 as the maximum number of coins and forget about the multiplying by 1 trillion. Thus the base reward is approximately:
Code:
(18262277 - [Current BBR Supply]) / 1048576 = [Reward]
The reward will scale slightly for larger blocks (above the median size), but that should only be the case on blocks with multiple transactions, so as a baseline estimate the above formula would be sufficient, right? So when I plug in 657,855 as the current supply, I end up with 16.789 as the reward, which is reasonably close the the actual current block reward of 16.793937 BBR. I'm not quite sure why I appear to be off by 0.004 BBR, though; if anyone wants to fix that small error and tell me why, that would be great. :-)

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July 10, 2014, 10:54:07 AM
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 why is coinmarketcap.com showing bittrex as only exchange ? It seems like all data shown there are also from bittrex... Huh
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July 10, 2014, 11:13:03 AM
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couldn't believe that the price is this low.

i see BBR now have stratum, will christian publish his miner as he once said ?
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