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Author Topic: [BBR] Boolberry: Privacy and Security - Guaranteed Since 2014  (Read 1174669 times)
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June 03, 2014, 12:58:56 PM
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The name is fine.  And I would like to apologize to the Dev for my criticism.  It's just that some of us have money invested in these endeavors


The thing I have learned is this; as you get further away from pure fiat things start turning into a gamble. Bitcoin is a gamble relative to fiat, however alternative coins are a gamble relative to Bitcoin being safe.

I am 100% positive you cannot invest in alternative coins, it's impossible.

You can of course gamble on alternative coins.

If you treat it like a casino (it is), then you'll hopefully put less in and be not as upset when it falls to zero. Trust me I speak from experience. I have lost a lot on other "investments" in the cryptocurrency space.
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June 03, 2014, 01:04:39 PM
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You need pools to be setup?

Yes, there's a bounty at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=629161.20 for pool software
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June 03, 2014, 01:07:10 PM
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BBR also need a nice Logo.
Who can do it? 

This is a not too shoddy start......

http://imgur.com/EiRXCQf
http://imgur.com/VONELXN

Its a start but to me its too feature less yet. I like the berry reference. Maybe we can define a specific berry shape, the Boolberry shape?
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June 03, 2014, 01:10:51 PM
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you guys are aware that this is a baby coin and it is the second day on an exchange?

the developer has so far shown a great effort in improving the cryptonight code - even the mro guys are showing him respect in this thread, the whitepaper of van saberhagen is probably the greatest improvement so far in cryptocurrencies since satoshis whitepaper.

the attitude to rate (!) projects after less than 4 weeks because they are not pumped and promoted like shit is just terrible.

bbr has a marketcap of around 150(!) btc - do your own conclusion if this is time to buy or sell
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June 03, 2014, 01:26:05 PM
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How to mine with several PC?!
Do I have to run daemon on every PC?
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June 03, 2014, 02:01:19 PM
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If you posted in the rename contest, please PM your address to me. Since was decided to keep the name Boolberry, we are going to split the bounty among all that entered.



Hello,

I have also posted and sent you a PM 2 days ago, but didnt receive any reply.

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June 03, 2014, 02:45:20 PM
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If you posted in the rename contest, please PM your address to me. Since was decided to keep the name Boolberry, we are going to split the bounty among all that entered.


Hello,

I have also posted and sent you a PM 2 days ago, but didnt receive any reply.

I was waiting for more responses. I will post a reminder in the name thread and distribute the prizes tomorrow.
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June 03, 2014, 03:04:09 PM
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If you posted in the rename contest, please PM your address to me. Since was decided to keep the name Boolberry, we are going to split the bounty among all that entered.


Hello,

I have also posted and sent you a PM 2 days ago, but didnt receive any reply.

I was waiting for more responses. I will post a reminder in the name thread and distribute the prizes tomorrow.

Ok thanks!

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June 03, 2014, 04:22:14 PM
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ive never seen a coin so constantly get dumped the second support shows up, almost like someone with infinite coins is just dumping constantly on the market...
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June 03, 2014, 04:59:55 PM
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Could someone confirm hashrate with an Amazon EC2 32CPU instance please? I was getting approx 1,300,000 (if I remember correctly). Is this in the right ballpark?
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June 03, 2014, 05:09:40 PM
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Could someone confirm hashrate with an Amazon EC2 32CPU instance please? I was getting approx 1,300,000 (if I remember correctly). Is this in the right ballpark?

You are referring to c3.8xlarge ?

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June 03, 2014, 05:27:14 PM
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Could someone confirm hashrate with an Amazon EC2 32CPU instance please? I was getting approx 1,300,000 (if I remember correctly). Is this in the right ballpark?

With the growing scratchpad size, the hashrate I get on a c3.8xlarge is somewhere around 1,000,000.

r3.8xlarge boxes are more in the 940,000-ish range. Smiley

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June 03, 2014, 07:03:39 PM
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Could someone confirm hashrate with an Amazon EC2 32CPU instance please? I was getting approx 1,300,000 (if I remember correctly). Is this in the right ballpark?

You are referring to c3.8xlarge ?

Yes, c3.8xlarge.

I've seen this given as the hashrate to blocks calculation:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day

If that is correct, one 32CPU EC2 (c3.8xlarge) instance at Amazon with 1,000,000 hashrate and difficulty 139,885,237,143 gives:

0.6 blocks per day.
10BBR per day.
0.015BTC per day.
Given $670 per BTC, you've mined $10 worth.
And you've given Amazon $40 for the privilege.

That's a $30 loss.... Where have my calculations gone wrong?!
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June 03, 2014, 07:08:32 PM
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Could someone confirm hashrate with an Amazon EC2 32CPU instance please? I was getting approx 1,300,000 (if I remember correctly). Is this in the right ballpark?

You are referring to c3.8xlarge ?

Yes, c3.8xlarge.

I've seen this given as the hashrate to blocks calculation:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day

If that is correct, one 32CPU EC2 (c3.8xlarge) instance at Amazon with 1,000,000 hashrate and difficulty 139,885,237,143 gives:

0.6 blocks per day.
10BBR per day.
0.015BTC per day.
Given $670 per BTC, you've mined $10 worth.
And you've given Amazon $40 for the privilege.

That's a $30 loss.... Where have my calculations gone wrong?!

Typical miners concerned only with selling now and not holding  Roll Eyes
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June 03, 2014, 07:36:46 PM
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It is now moral i see...
"You can't mine anything with your 4 cores, because i rent 10000 cores and i take everything."
Damn money.
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June 03, 2014, 07:57:38 PM
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If you posted in the rename contest, please PM your address to me. Since was decided to keep the name Boolberry, we are going to split the bounty among all that entered.


Hello,

I have also posted and sent you a PM 2 days ago, but didnt receive any reply.

I was waiting for more responses. I will post a reminder in the name thread and distribute the prizes tomorrow.

I have pm you aswell
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June 03, 2014, 08:04:27 PM
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It is now moral i see...
"You can't mine anything with your 4 cores, because i rent 10000 cores and i take everything."
Damn money.

Actually I havent rented any amazon EC2 power. I was, however, thinking whether its better to buy BBR directly or to mine it using EC2. There's no other way to mine it for me or anyone else with a single CPU.

That's why we need a pool Smiley

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June 03, 2014, 08:34:38 PM
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It is now moral i see...
"You can't mine anything with your 4 cores, because i rent 10000 cores and i take everything."
Damn money.

To be fair, mining on EC2 is quite unprofitable right now.

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June 03, 2014, 08:40:01 PM
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It is now moral i see...
"You can't mine anything with your 4 cores, because i rent 10000 cores and i take everything."
Damn money.

To be fair, mining on EC2 is quite unprofitable right now.

Its possible these were purchased for the month before the coin ever hit the exchange and prices were speculated to be much higher. So now they dump to make what little they can to recover from the loss of a EC2 investment.
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June 03, 2014, 08:46:24 PM
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Could someone confirm hashrate with an Amazon EC2 32CPU instance please? I was getting approx 1,300,000 (if I remember correctly). Is this in the right ballpark?

You are referring to c3.8xlarge ?

Yes, c3.8xlarge.

I've seen this given as the hashrate to blocks calculation:
hashrate*86400/difficulty=blocks per day

If that is correct, one 32CPU EC2 (c3.8xlarge) instance at Amazon with 1,000,000 hashrate and difficulty 139,885,237,143 gives:

0.6 blocks per day.
10BBR per day.
0.015BTC per day.
Given $670 per BTC, you've mined $10 worth.
And you've given Amazon $40 for the privilege.

That's a $30 loss.... Where have my calculations gone wrong?!

Typical miners concerned only with selling now and not holding  Roll Eyes

Nope. I'll be holding. Thanks for your concern though. I'm trying to figure out why people are selling, since it seems like they are selling at a loss. Can anyone sanity check my calculations? It seems like buying at the current price is the cheapest way to acquire more BBR.
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