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May 26, 2014, 08:08:27 PM
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We badly need pool.
I started mining 24h ago. With my hashrate and the current difficulty, i should find 2 to 3 bloc. I found only one. I know it's also a matter of luck, but it's frustating.

We need to settle on a name so this coin can be listed on poloniex.  We also need to set up a bounty or something for incentive to develop pool software, I don't think it would be hard for a decent coder because the ground work for BCN clones has already been put in by the monero devs.  If the coin does well, this board will receive a lot of attention, and someone will want to claim the pool bounty at that point.  Just my 2 cents.
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May 26, 2014, 08:09:57 PM
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We badly need pool.
I started mining 24h ago. With my hashrate and the current difficulty, i should find 2 to 3 bloc. I found only one. I know it's also a matter of luck, but it's frustating.

We need to settle on a name so this coin can be listed on poloniex.  We also need to set up a bounty or something for incentive to develop pool software, I don't think it would be hard for a decent coder because the ground work for BCN clones has already been put in by the monero devs.  If the coin does well, this board will receive a lot of attention, and someone will want to claim the pool bounty at that point.  Just my 2 cents.

+1 name and decent logo Smiley
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May 26, 2014, 08:14:42 PM
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I htink we need to have pool BEFORE hitting an exchange.
If we  hit an exchange, it will be very difficult, or impossible, for "normal miners" to find a bloc in solo.
There is no urge to be listed on an exchange, we can let the community grow before that, and to have proper tools to show to investors too, like pools, standalone mining software with stratum, user friendly (aka noob) wallet GUI etc..

I like the BBR / boolberry name.

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May 26, 2014, 08:42:17 PM
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I htink we need to have pool BEFORE hitting an exchange.
If we  hit an exchange, it will be very difficult, or impossible, for "normal miners" to find a bloc in solo.
There is no urge to be listed on an exchange, we can let the community grow before that, and to have proper tools to show to investors too, like pools, standalone mining software with stratum, user friendly (aka noob) wallet GUI etc..

I like the BBR / boolberry name.
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4 days mining with i7 4770K= 0 block found.  Sad
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May 26, 2014, 09:24:26 PM
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I have a question regarding the possibility of alias squatting:

Would it be possible to run a script that systematically registers all possible combinations of letters and numbers to reserve those just like URLs, etc? If so, I would strongly advise to add some cost for reserving an alias to counter this behaviour.

Maybe I didnt understnad yet how the alias system works. Pls educate me! Grin
Aliases can only be registered when you find blocks. You can only register one per block. Once it becomes very hard to find blocks, I think it should be possible to register one for a fee, but that is not implemented now.

Its already hard for the common user to find a block. I find the alias feature a much needed innovation in the crypto space, especially with cryptonote's insanely long addresses. To make aliases an attainable and affordable feature for everyone, I'd like to petition the introduction of aliases-for-a-fee in the comming updates!
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May 26, 2014, 09:25:39 PM
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I htink we need to have pool BEFORE hitting an exchange.
If we  hit an exchange, it will be very difficult, or impossible, for "normal miners" to find a bloc in solo.
There is no urge to be listed on an exchange, we can let the community grow before that, and to have proper tools to show to investors too, like pools, standalone mining software with stratum, user friendly (aka noob) wallet GUI etc..

I like the BBR / boolberry name.

1st BBR pool name: "Poolberry" ..  Cheesy?
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May 26, 2014, 09:26:47 PM
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I htink we need to have pool BEFORE hitting an exchange.
If we  hit an exchange, it will be very difficult, or impossible, for "normal miners" to find a bloc in solo.
There is no urge to be listed on an exchange, we can let the community grow before that, and to have proper tools to show to investors too, like pools, standalone mining software with stratum, user friendly (aka noob) wallet GUI etc..

I like the BBR / boolberry name.

1st BBR pool name: "Poolberry" ..  Cheesy?

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May 26, 2014, 09:33:14 PM
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I have a question regarding the possibility of alias squatting:

Would it be possible to run a script that systematically registers all possible combinations of letters and numbers to reserve those just like URLs, etc? If so, I would strongly advise to add some cost for reserving an alias to counter this behaviour.

Maybe I didnt understnad yet how the alias system works. Pls educate me! Grin
Aliases can only be registered when you find blocks. You can only register one per block. Once it becomes very hard to find blocks, I think it should be possible to register one for a fee, but that is not implemented now.

Its already hard for the common user to find a block. I find the alias feature a much needed innovation in the crypto space, especially with cryptonote's insanely long addresses. To make aliases an attainable and affordable feature for everyone, I'd like to petition the introduction of aliases-for-a-fee in the comming updates!
Alias will stay only one per block, it's can't be changed.
Pool will offer alias registering as another profitable feature.

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May 26, 2014, 09:48:55 PM
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I have a question regarding the possibility of alias squatting:

Would it be possible to run a script that systematically registers all possible combinations of letters and numbers to reserve those just like URLs, etc? If so, I would strongly advise to add some cost for reserving an alias to counter this behaviour.

Maybe I didnt understnad yet how the alias system works. Pls educate me! Grin
Aliases can only be registered when you find blocks. You can only register one per block. Once it becomes very hard to find blocks, I think it should be possible to register one for a fee, but that is not implemented now.

Its already hard for the common user to find a block. I find the alias feature a much needed innovation in the crypto space, especially with cryptonote's insanely long addresses. To make aliases an attainable and affordable feature for everyone, I'd like to petition the introduction of aliases-for-a-fee in the comming updates!

5 days to get a block is not insanely hard. in a world where people pace infront of the microwave, we need to exercise patience. think about what is being developed and look to the long term not the short term gains. if short term gains are what interest you most please
1. develop your own gpu
2. invest on exchanges
3. adopt / change your mentality.

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May 26, 2014, 11:01:25 PM
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what,s the progress of the project

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May 26, 2014, 11:26:04 PM
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what,s the progress of the project

Good news!

We have new release (v0.1.1.9(a0da0f5))
* added strict rules for alias use
* miner turned to work on one shared scratchpad (more effective CPU cache memory utilize)
* solved problem with stuck transactions
  * added tx pool livetime
  * added check in wallet that will note allow to produce to big transaction
  * changed wallet policy for collecting outs for transaction (7-8 times smaller transaction's size)
* added checkpoints
* added parameters to munin graph (network estimate hashrate, scratchpad size)
* added blocking ip that acts with network rules violation (mining own blockchain without consider checkpoints, push peerlists with last_seen in futute, invalid blocks e.t.c)
* cleaned up some network bugs, added removing dead connections

Please update your software.
http://boolberry.com/downloads.html

Good "luck"!

PS: Developers who is going to make a pool for boolb, please PM me.
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May 27, 2014, 04:41:07 AM
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does anyone compile a version for ubuntu on AMD CPUs,
I had compile servarl times and all failed with unknow error

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May 27, 2014, 07:13:55 AM
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ok, 36 hours of mining : 1 bloc in total, instead of 3 to 5 blocs (according to the diff variying between 65G and 110G) - with 2.6MHs
I think i will wait for pools

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May 27, 2014, 08:09:25 AM
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show_hr  630000 

How much speed is about

0.63M?
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May 27, 2014, 08:51:51 AM
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yes

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May 27, 2014, 01:41:14 PM
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ok, 36 hours of mining : 1 bloc in total, instead of 3 to 5 blocs (according to the diff variying between 65G and 110G) - with 2.6MHs
I think i will wait for pools

Just variance. I wouldn't wait if you want to mine this - difficulty is rising a lot now and the opportunity to mine easy bools won't be around much longer.

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May 27, 2014, 02:12:40 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=618470.msg6970062#msg6970062

Will a decision on the name be made today?
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May 27, 2014, 03:24:48 PM
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Is there any update on a mining pool? Are you helping pool developers cryto_zoidberg?
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May 27, 2014, 03:53:41 PM
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24 hrs mining 2 blocks found 24 xeon sandy threads and 4 haswell threads

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May 27, 2014, 04:01:07 PM
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It is not hard to solo mine. You need a strong CPU or multiple small CPU.

Put computers together on the same address.

A network without pool is perfectly decentralized, therefore very strong.
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