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May 27, 2014, 04:10:42 PM
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hashrate so high.BBR is very popular right now.
i think it won't take long before BBR hits polo.

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May 27, 2014, 04:14:41 PM
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I'm thankful to have more serious developers working on the ByteCoin code like BoolBerry, they've contributed a lot of fixes to the network code we hope to integrate after testing (thanks!).

I hope we can maintain a nice dynamic like LTC and PPC and help keep each other's codebase functional.

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May 27, 2014, 04:17:56 PM
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I'm thankful to have more serious developers working on the ByteCoin code like BoolBerry, they've contributed a lot of fixes to the network code we hope to integrate after testing (thanks!).

I hope we can maintain a nice dynamic like LTC and PPC and help keep each other's codebase functional.

I second this. Boolberry, you are showing great innovations and we would be delighted to have more CN coins like you.

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May 27, 2014, 04:21:08 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.


I can't understand. When do I put several computers together on same address hashrate  accumulate ?

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May 27, 2014, 04:42:35 PM
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I'm thankful to have more serious developers working on the ByteCoin code like BoolBerry, they've contributed a lot of fixes to the network code we hope to integrate after testing (thanks!).
I hope we can maintain a nice dynamic like LTC and PPC and help keep each other's codebase functional.

I'm 50% Monero / 50% Boolberry. The rest must die.

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.
I can't understand. When do I put several computers together on same address hashrate accumulate ?

Yes (sort of).
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May 27, 2014, 04:50:15 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.
I can't understand. When do I put several computers together on same address hashrate accumulate ?

Yes (sort of).


How can I check it ?

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May 27, 2014, 05:33:41 PM
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Is this coin on any exchange yet?
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May 27, 2014, 05:36:19 PM
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Is this coin on any exchange yet?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=616391.0

Just this OTC one.
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May 27, 2014, 05:38:39 PM
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hm, priced as Monero, and not even on the exchange yet, I guess I'll wait a few days Smiley
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May 27, 2014, 05:42:27 PM
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hm, priced as Monero, and not even on the exchange yet, I guess I'll wait a few days Smiley
I'm ziplibrary from ShareXcoin: http://sharexcoin.com/
We planned  to add boolberry on sharexcoin but still having some issues compiling the wallet. Will try it again on another platform and let you guys knnow hwne boolberry is added.
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May 27, 2014, 06:19:28 PM
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Is there a pool in the works for this coin?
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May 27, 2014, 06:33:58 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.

this, pool is badly needed  Undecided

Pool bounty required.
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May 27, 2014, 06:34:23 PM
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I'm thankful to have more serious developers working on the ByteCoin code like BoolBerry, they've contributed a lot of fixes to the network code we hope to integrate after testing (thanks!).
I hope we can maintain a nice dynamic like LTC and PPC and help keep each other's codebase functional.

I'm 50% Monero / 50% Boolberry. The rest must die.

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.
I can't understand. When do I put several computers together on same address hashrate accumulate ?

Yes (sort of).



I also can t understand why  hashrates  accumulate.
I guess it will be the same result when several computer calculate with difference addresses.
Or even that find a block have  higher probability on differences address because it is possible that
on the differences machine there calculate overlapping hashes. Something wrong in this thinking?



 

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May 27, 2014, 06:36:19 PM
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Is it possible to solomine with cpuminer-multi ??  What port to use ?

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May 27, 2014, 06:45:00 PM
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Is it possible to solomine with cpuminer-multi ??  What port to use ?
Not yet, as wild keccak is not implemented in cpuminer-multi at this time.

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May 27, 2014, 06:45:14 PM
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I also can t understand why  hashrates  accumulate.
I guess it will be the same result when several computer calculate with difference addresses.
Or even that find a block have  higher probability on differences address because it is possible that
on the differences machine there calculate overlapping hashes. Something wrong in this thinking?

This is the super simplified version.

Mining is the action where your computer guesses for a very low number, the computer randomly guesses for these numbers.

Eventually your computer may guess the right number. Once your computer does that you earn some reward. (Solving a block).

Because the search for these super low numbers is random, you can have any number of computers all searching together, they don't need to be linked together or anything. They stack in the sense that you have more computing power going towards the search.

The address you set as your mining address in the mining program does not matter, you can have each machine mine for a different address or the same address, it makes no difference at all.
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May 27, 2014, 06:49:57 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.

this, pool is badly needed  Undecided

Pool bounty required.

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dev should make use of his donations and open some bounties.

i had assumed that is what the 1% tax was for
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May 27, 2014, 06:52:38 PM
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i had assumed that is what the 1% tax was for

Whilst you're correct that the 1% donation should be used for things like building a pool, remember that it is only a donation.
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May 27, 2014, 06:54:21 PM
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I have been in touch with coin dev and dev that made open source pool such as the one I am running http://www.extremepool.org

1.  need Cpuminer to incorporate wild keccak
2.  need some kind of a bounty to help get pool Dev on board to incorporate this coin if necessary.

I would love to provide the community with a pool.

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May 27, 2014, 06:57:15 PM
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I also can t understand why  hashrates  accumulate.
I guess it will be the same result when several computer calculate with difference addresses.
Or even that find a block have  higher probability on differences address because it is possible that
on the differences machine there calculate overlapping hashes. Something wrong in this thinking?

This is the super simplified version.

Mining is the action where your computer guesses for a very low number, the computer randomly guesses for these numbers.

Eventually your computer may guess the right number. Once your computer does that you earn some reward. (Solving a block).

Because the search for these super low numbers is random, you can have any number of computers all searching together, they don't need to be linked together or anything. They stack in the sense that you have more computing power going towards the search.

The address you set as your mining address in the mining program does not matter, you can have each machine mine for a different address or the same address, it makes no difference at all.

With this i go conform. I just replay on this meaning that if you calculate on difference machine you have to use the same address, and then there only accumulate hashes.

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