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May 18, 2014, 06:43:53 PM
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I know that monero has fuctioning pools now, is it possible for someone to port the code over to boolberry considering theyre both cryptonote coins? 
Need to extend protocol to have pool for boolberry, if someone going to make pool i'll help with that.

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May 18, 2014, 06:50:59 PM
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What should I use instead of simpleminer in case I have any number of miner nodes and want run only one copy of daemon?
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May 18, 2014, 07:40:09 PM
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just wanted to point out something
i have an old i7 bloomfield its hash rate is twice as high as my brothers who has an i7 sandybridge.
can someone comment as to why this maybe the case.

also: am able to open upto 16 threads on a quadcore i7 bloomfield. is this correct.


also I have been mining since launch and have not found a block.

thanks.


How much are you getting on each architecture per thread?

i do not know per thread


but on sandybridge i get 190k
on bloomfield i get 230k

with 100 percent cpu usage

on the bloofield if i mine 8 threads i get 230k
if i mine on 16 threads i get 230. no difference between 8 threads or sixteen threads on teh quadcore bloomfield


what sandybridge and at what clocks?



i7 cpu 960 @ 3.2 ghz 3.2 Ghz

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i7 950@3.07ghz 307 ghz
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May 18, 2014, 07:42:51 PM
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just wanted to point out something
i have an old i7 bloomfield its hash rate is twice as high as my brothers who has an i7 sandybridge.
can someone comment as to why this maybe the case.
also: am able to open upto 16 threads on a quadcore i7 bloomfield. is this correct.
also I have been mining since launch and have not found a block.
thanks.
What HR ?


i7 @ 190k H/s
i7 @ 230k H/s
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May 18, 2014, 07:44:59 PM
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I know that monero has fuctioning pools now, is it possible for someone to port the code over to boolberry considering theyre both cryptonote coins? 
Need to extend protocol to have pool for boolberry, if someone going to make pool i'll help with that.

While I like the decentralised model of solo mining, pools are what gets people  to join the mining process.

I think that making a pool is very important, as well as finding/making a good miner.

until then enjoy  solo mining while it lasts....


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May 18, 2014, 08:23:47 PM
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Also what about opening twice as many threads as there are cores. Thanks
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May 18, 2014, 09:35:01 PM
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Also what about opening twice as many threads as there are cores. Thanks

If you have Hyperthreading this is the way to go. If not their is no difference


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May 18, 2014, 09:38:22 PM
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Also what about opening twice as many threads as there are cores. Thanks

If you have Hyperthreading this is the way to go. If not their is no difference

well, i do have hyper treading. i was specifically talking about being able to open 16 threads on a quadcore whereas i should be able to just only be able to open 8 threads. 2 threads for core.
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Last edit: May 18, 2014, 11:44:03 PM by othe
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REAL anonymity? Dark coin is strugling to implement something that is not close to this.

Can You explain this lie?

Simple and short explanation:

ALL cryptonote based coins are FAR more anonymous then Darkcoin.

Ring Signatures + Stealth Addresses + Coindenomination all that totally decentralized without "masternodes".

You should read the whitepaper on cryptonote.org to make your own conclusions Smiley

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May 19, 2014, 02:04:43 AM
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BoolBerry seems to compile fine with libboost 1.54
But does it work ?
I'm asking since other cryptonight don't seem to like 1.54.
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May 19, 2014, 03:06:53 AM
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BoolBerry seems to compile fine with libboost 1.54
But does it work ?
I'm asking since other cryptonight don't seem to like 1.54.
DON'T USE libboost 1.54
Thank you to point this, i've updated readme and cmakelists.

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May 19, 2014, 03:23:54 AM
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What should I use instead of simpleminer in case I have any number of miner nodes and want run only one copy of daemon?

I've cut off simpleminer since we have pretty different approach with PoW hash(blockchain-based pow), i'll support those who start developing pools with protocol implementation for thin miner.

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BoolBerry seems to compile fine with libboost 1.54
But does it work ?
I'm asking since other cryptonight don't seem to like 1.54.
DON'T USE libboost 1.54
Thank you to point this, i've updated readme and cmakelists.

Ok, anyway it seems the bug is only for windows so you could put this restriction on windows only...
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May 19, 2014, 03:37:19 AM
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WTB 1000 BBR for 200 MRO

PM me if you have another offer.

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when is it going to hit exchange.
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Can you transfer an alias to another address ?
How ?
Are alias case sensitive ?
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May 19, 2014, 06:06:52 AM
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I know that monero has fuctioning pools now, is it possible for someone to port the code over to boolberry considering theyre both cryptonote coins? 
Need to extend protocol to have pool for boolberry, if someone going to make pool i'll help with that.

Well I had a discussion with my friend about making a pool for Boolberry and it seems that there is a big problem with validating the hash.
It would take about 3 sec to confirm so hosting a pool for 10 people would cost as much resources as mining directly.

So what to do now ?
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I found nothing in  30 hours of mining. This coin needs some pools soon, solomine is insanely hard.



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May 19, 2014, 07:41:48 AM
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BoolBerry seems to compile fine with libboost 1.54
But does it work ?
I'm asking since other cryptonight don't seem to like 1.54.
DON'T USE libboost 1.54
Thank you to point this, i've updated readme and cmakelists.

Ok, anyway it seems the bug is only for windows so you could put this restriction on windows only...
Done.

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May 19, 2014, 07:45:27 AM
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Can you transfer an alias to another address ?
How ?
Are alias case sensitive ?
Yes you can, if you prove that you own this address (sign missage with address private key).
Updating implemented in core, and in tests. But have not implemented in command line interface. I think we'll done this in UI.
Alias case sensitive.

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