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May 27, 2014, 07:04:23 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.


36hours with 8 xeon L5530, 2 xeon 2687W + 1 3930k@4.8GHz
Total : 2.6MHs
blocs found : 1  Embarrassed (instead of 3~5)

I know it's variance, i'm just unlucky, but pools are needed to reduce this variance.
If the difficulty was 10 times lower, with a bloc reward 10 times lower, there is no problems. At this diff, someone with a "little" cpu (like, a 4770K), will hardly find a bloc in a week, as the diff rise every day. It's only profitable to botnet, cpu farm and people with huge (and free) computer access.


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May 27, 2014, 07:07:53 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.


36hours with 8 xeon L5530, 2 xeon 2687W + 1 3930k@4.8GHz
Total : 2.6MHs
blocs found : 1  Embarrassed (instead of 3~5)

I know it's variance, i'm just unlucky, but pools are needed to reduce this variance.
If the difficulty was 10 times lower, with a bloc reward 10 times lower, there is no problems. At this diff, someone with a "little" cpu (like, a 4770K), will hardly find a bloc in a week, as the diff rise every day. It's only profitable to botnet, cpu farm and people with huge (and free) computer access.


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i7 4770k 5 days mining= 0 block found!
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May 27, 2014, 07:15:47 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.


If you calculate on a different machine you can use the same address or a different address. It doesn't matter.

Yes the hashrates are combined because it's a random search.

Also: do not worry about overlapping hashes being found on different computers. Trust me, never worry about that again, it's of no concern.
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May 27, 2014, 07:27:03 PM
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Ok people after my communication with crypto_zoidberg, I have taken up the responsibility to help with Branding/Marketing the project.

Stay tuned because we will need the community's opinion on such matters.

I believe this project has the potential to become a significant player in the crypto market.

Until then I advise to keep solo mining, with an average of 350-400 kilohashes I have hit four blocks since launch, so I think its a very good investment to keep at it before pools, inevitably, enter the fray.


wow
with about the same hash power, i have not found a single block since launch.

with 350 kh over 2 computers I have found 2 blocks in the last week.
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May 27, 2014, 07:29:58 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.

ok?


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May 27, 2014, 07:40:32 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.

ok?




Well it's not a tax, you seemed to be a little snarky about the 1%. It's not like you're forced to give it up.

Perhaps I interpreted your post in the wrong way. Smiley
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May 27, 2014, 07:44:53 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.

ok?




Well it's not a tax, you seemed to be a little snarky about the 1%. It's not like you're forced to give it up.

Perhaps I interpreted your post in the wrong way. Smiley
yes you did. for me it is a tax as it is set to on automatically. the majority of miners will leave it on by default. also, the 1 percent only goes to one wallet and thus we cant chose our developers.

this has been hashed out, and currently i am mining this coin. I do not view this 1% donation as a negative at this point. i am sure this coin can always be hard forked if we became unhappy with current developers.

i can not predict the future.
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May 27, 2014, 07:47:53 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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Well it's not a tax, you seemed to be a little snarky about the 1%. It's not like you're forced to give it up.

Perhaps I interpreted your post in the wrong way. Smiley
yes you did. for me it is a tax as it is set to on automatically. the majority of miners will leave it on by default. also, the 1 percent only goes to one wallet and thus we cant chose our developers.

Well a tax is mandatory with no way out.

If there was another developer who wanted to join in on this coin, they could either release their own client with donations set to them instead, or ask the main developer to share the donations. This is open source after all. Smiley

Anyway, I'm a little bummed out that there is no pool, I'm back to mining MRO at the moment because I'm too impatient for solo mining. :p
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May 27, 2014, 08:34:05 PM
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Ok people after my communication with crypto_zoidberg, I have taken up the responsibility to help with Branding/Marketing the project.

Stay tuned because we will need the community's opinion on such matters.

I believe this project has the potential to become a significant player in the crypto market.

Until then I advise to keep solo mining, with an average of 350-400 kilohashes I have hit four blocks since launch, so I think its a very good investment to keep at it before pools, inevitably, enter the fray.


wow
with about the same hash power, i have not found a single block since launch.

with 350 kh over 2 computers I have found 2 blocks in the last week.

roooh, lucky guy !  Shocked

nice for you Smiley

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May 27, 2014, 08:47:21 PM
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Ok people after my communication with crypto_zoidberg, I have taken up the responsibility to help with Branding/Marketing the project.

Stay tuned because we will need the community's opinion on such matters.

I believe this project has the potential to become a significant player in the crypto market.

Until then I advise to keep solo mining, with an average of 350-400 kilohashes I have hit four blocks since launch, so I think its a very good investment to keep at it before pools, inevitably, enter the fray.


wow
with about the same hash power, i have not found a single block since launch.

with 350 kh over 2 computers I have found 2 blocks in the last week.

roooh, lucky guy !  Shocked

nice for you Smiley

yah just trying to say "don't give up, it can happen with small hashrate"
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May 27, 2014, 09:53:12 PM
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Ok people after my communication with crypto_zoidberg, I have taken up the responsibility to help with Branding/Marketing the project.

Stay tuned because we will need the community's opinion on such matters.

I believe this project has the potential to become a significant player in the crypto market.

Until then I advise to keep solo mining, with an average of 350-400 kilohashes I have hit four blocks since launch, so I think its a very good investment to keep at it before pools, inevitably, enter the fray.


wow
with about the same hash power, i have not found a single block since launch.

with 350 kh over 2 computers I have found 2 blocks in the last week.

roooh, lucky guy !  Shocked

nice for you Smiley

yah just trying to say "don't give up, it can happen with small hashrate"

Yeah, solomining is just a matter of having some patience.
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May 27, 2014, 11:53:54 PM
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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.

Would you compile for 64-bit Linux? I am bad with Linux. I compiled on one machine and it works but cannot copy to another machine and make it work.

I STILL NEED THIS !!
Try this
Code:
rm -rf build; mkdir -p build/release; cd build/release; cmake -D STATIC=ON  -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ../..; make -j daemon;cd ../..;


No good. Has anyone else gotten it to compile? I am using an old version.
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May 28, 2014, 01:17:48 AM
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After a good half hour, 85MH finally hits a block.

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May 28, 2014, 01:21:21 AM
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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.
I dont think it is a good idea for boolberry added to an exchange site without launch the mine tool and mine pool

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May 28, 2014, 01:31:26 AM
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After a good half hour, 85MH finally hits a block.

85MH! Where did you get that much power?
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May 28, 2014, 01:33:08 AM
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After a good half hour, 85MH finally hits a block.

85MH! Where did you get that much power?

EC2. 100 16-core machines.

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May 28, 2014, 01:53:20 AM
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After a good half hour, 85MH finally hits a block.

85MH! Where did you get that much power?

EC2. 100 16-core machines.

Stop.
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May 28, 2014, 02:02:14 AM
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After a good half hour, 85MH finally hits a block.

85MH! Where did you get that much power?

EC2. 100 16-core machines.

I'm using a substantially smaller number (10 x 32-core) and I've had much better luck. I'd suggest that you look and make sure everything is working correctly....that said it is a numbers game, right? Maybe you were just unlucky.
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May 28, 2014, 02:16:25 AM
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where can we trade???
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May 28, 2014, 02:22:10 AM
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That destroys all the coins today.
No matter how good the coin is, no matter how great the developer is, etc.
It all bogs down to the kid with the Mh/s Gh/s of hired power and the urge to sell it the next moment.
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