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May 22, 2014, 02:55:47 PM
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looking to purchase 2000 BBR: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=616391.msg6874483#msg6874483
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May 22, 2014, 03:10:30 PM
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There are no pools for this coin?


I think one will be starting today - someone who already has another cryptonote pool posted that he's starting a BBR pool yesterday, but that he might not get it finished before he went to bed - I'm thinking it will be up some time later today probably.



Where did you get that info?

a few pages back in this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577267.msg6867807#msg6867807

He was under the impression that Boolberry used the CryptoNight algorithm for PoW. Boolberry uses Wild Keccak.
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May 22, 2014, 03:13:06 PM
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There are no pools for this coin?

No.

Okay, so im mining on the daemon. How do I specify the number of threads used for mining? Also, how many coins can I expect per day? im using show_hr and I get around 21k to 25k

Using this calculation: blocks = (24 * 60 / 2) * (hash_rate) / (difficulty / 120) - you should get a block (~17.5 coins) every ~28 days.

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May 22, 2014, 03:29:23 PM
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easier:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day
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May 22, 2014, 03:34:33 PM
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easier:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day

how do you find out the diff? the "diff" command doesn't seem to be in the daemon...
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May 22, 2014, 03:46:27 PM
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easier:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day
how do you find out the diff? the "diff" command doesn't seem to be in the daemon...

On the website http://boolberry.com/state.html it say that the difficulty is 64G.
I never seen anyone using that G letter for numbers but according to calculation it should mean 64000000000.

So :

(24*60/2)*(your_hashrate)/(64000000000/120)= block per day
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May 22, 2014, 04:18:01 PM
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any1 succeed to mine on virtual servers.... if yes please help me:)
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May 22, 2014, 04:22:16 PM
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So according to my calculations, im going to be seeing 0,0324 per day... not gonna bother Sad

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easier:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day
how do you find out the diff? the "diff" command doesn't seem to be in the daemon...

On the website http://boolberry.com/state.html it say that the difficulty is 64G.
I never seen anyone using that G letter for numbers but according to calculation it should mean 64000000000.

So :

(24*60/2)*(your_hashrate)/(64000000000/120)= block per day


Thanks. I just computed my total coins per day with my hashrate (360,000) and it came out to 0.486 blocks or 8.505 coins per day.
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May 22, 2014, 05:40:46 PM
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easier:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day

how do you find out the diff? the "diff" command doesn't seem to be in the daemon...

type "set_log 1" in daemon and it shows the latest difficulty after each block.
Also, "print_bc 1" shows blocks from 1 to latest.
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May 22, 2014, 06:00:54 PM
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My total HR is about 900kh/s but I can not find any block for 3 days. Pool is needed or mining is just a waste of power
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May 22, 2014, 06:06:41 PM
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Have any exchanges approached boolberry devs about carrying this coin? 
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May 22, 2014, 06:50:58 PM
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Have any exchanges approached boolberry devs about carrying this coin? 

Boolberry needs a permanent name before we get on any exchanges. Poloniex is aware of Boolberry.


Boolberry (HoneyPenny) Name Contest

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May 22, 2014, 07:13:16 PM
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I have a good feeling about this coin.
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May 22, 2014, 07:40:06 PM
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My total HR is about 900kh/s but I can not find any block for 3 days. Pool is needed or mining is just a waste of power

900kh/s is still fine for solo. You have temporally bad luck or something is wrong in your setup.

So according to my calculations, im going to be seeing 0,0324 per day... not gonna bother Sad

You're right. Your hash must be too low. Add more computers on the same address or wait for a pool.

(24*60/2)*(your_hashrate)/(64000000000/120)= block per day
Thanks. I just did computed my total coins per day with my hashrate (360,000) and it came out to 0.486 blocks or 8.505 coins per day.


Around 0.5 block per day is fine.
I would keep mining above 0.33 blocks per day.

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May 22, 2014, 08:15:39 PM
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Following!

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May 22, 2014, 10:31:20 PM
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So,

I wanted to start mining, but simplewallet just pops up for a second and then closes.. what am I doing wrong?
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May 22, 2014, 11:38:06 PM
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So,

I wanted to start mining, but simplewallet just pops up for a second and then closes.. what am I doing wrong?
there is nice how-to on http://boolberry.com/howto.html  Wink
you have to use command line. or you can create .bat file if you are using windows
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May 23, 2014, 12:05:50 AM
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hey Crypto_Zoidberg I'm a fan of your project.
I think the cryptonote system addresses some of the major concerns of bitcoin and its derivatives. I also appreciate the changes to the cryptonote system found in your system. I've been wanting to mine since launch but the windows disadvantage has put me off permanently  Undecided

I do see the efficacy of the scratchpad based hashing in the future if it grows 90MB a year. For now this doesn't even really begin to tax GPU's with 6GB of ram. Basically with 6GB ram a GPU and a 90mb blockchain, you could perform 66 hashing functions concurrently yes? With a 180mb blockchain 33, with a 270mb blockchain 22, etc etc.

I also see how producing an ASIC with ever-increasing CPUs would be wasteful, as the amount of them that can actually work is wholly dependent on the RAM, the amount of these CPUs available to hash would be reduced by a large step each year. Basically, whats the point in having a ASIC that can perform 2000 hashing functions concurrently when you only have enough ram to do 20 or 30. However I don't believe that was indicated and explained in a clear and precise manner.

It does seem that in order to aid fairness, we should actually be focusing on producing a GPU miner now and as soon as possible. This would prevent a malicious coder creating one in secret and obtaining an unfair advantage.
Once we take that step to GPU mining, the playing field will be even and we know that ASICs will never be developed (as they are pointless in this scenario by design). Once that GPU miner is created the road will be paved and we can all be sure that no one has an unfair advantage.

As it stands, GPU mining will be more efficient than CPU mining for... 8.333 years.
This is a lot of time in the cryptocurrency world.

Until a GPU miner is created, we will always be wondering if someone else has one, and for good reason (66x efficiency? yes please!)

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May 23, 2014, 12:13:57 AM
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hey Crypto_Zoidberg I'm a fan of your project.
I think the cryptonote system addresses some of the major concerns of bitcoin and its derivatives. I also appreciate the changes to the cryptonote system found in your system. I've been wanting to mine since launch but the windows disadvantage has put me off permanently  Undecided

I do see the efficacy of the scratchpad based hashing in the future if it grows 90MB a year. For now this doesn't even really begin to tax GPU's with 6GB of ram. Basically with 6GB ram a GPU and a 90mb blockchain, you could perform 66 hashing functions concurrently yes? With a 180mb blockchain 33, with a 270mb blockchain 22, etc etc.

I also see how producing an ASIC with ever-increasing CPUs would be wasteful, as the amount of them that can actually work is wholly dependent on the RAM, the amount of these CPUs available to hash would be reduced by a large step each year. Basically, whats the point in having a ASIC that can perform 2000 hashing functions concurrently when you only have enough ram to do 20 or 30. However I don't believe that was indicated and explained in a clear and precise manner.

It does seem that in order to aid fairness, we should actually be focusing on producing a GPU miner now and as soon as possible. This would prevent a malicious coder creating one in secret and obtaining an unfair disadvantage.
Once we take that step to GPU mining, the playing field will be even and we know that ASICs will never be developed (as they are pointless in this scenario by design). Once that GPU miner is created the road will be paved and we can all be sure that no one has an unfair advantage.

As it stands, GPU mining will be more efficient than CPU mining for... 8.333 years.
This is a lot of time in the cryptocurrency world.

Until a GPU miner is created, we will always be wondering if someone else has one, and for good reason (66x efficiency? yes please!)



I'd say that anyone who has a GPU at that point would have an unfair advantage(66x efficiency), kind of like what youre saying.  I don't have one, all I can mine are CPU coins. Everyone with a computer has a CPU, not everyone can afford a bunch of R9's.
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