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Author Topic: [ANN] [YC] YellowCoin ★★Pure POS★★ Let's color the MOON !!!1.0.0.3 Updated  (Read 184635 times)
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April 26, 2014, 05:08:05 PM
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Is it me, or is this coin minting MUCH less in POW than it's supposed to?  We've minted 23,543,797 coins in 23115 blocks and POW ends at block 30240....  This being the case, this coins seems severely undervalued.
I agree. Will the dev please explain the total number of coins at the end of pow please, not just guesses from others.

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April 26, 2014, 05:12:53 PM
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Is it me, or is this coin minting MUCH less in POW than it's supposed to?  We've minted 23,543,797 coins in 23115 blocks and POW ends at block 30240....  This being the case, this coins seems severely undervalued.
I agree. Will the dev please explain the total number of coins at the end of pow please, not just guesses from others.


30M in POW maybe

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April 26, 2014, 05:18:09 PM
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Is it me, or is this coin minting MUCH less in POW than it's supposed to?  We've minted 23,543,797 coins in 23115 blocks and POW ends at block 30240....  This being the case, this coins seems severely undervalued.
I agree. Will the dev please explain the total number of coins at the end of pow please, not just guesses from others.


30M in POW maybe
Block Day 1 (POW+POS): Blocks 1-4320 - 1000 YC/block + POS 3.65% Annually
Block Day 2-7 (POW+POS): Blocks 4321-30240 - 4,000 YC/block + POS 3.65% Annually

I'm sorry I don't understand. My math doesnt match yours. Could you please explain further?

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April 26, 2014, 05:37:29 PM
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Is it me, or is this coin minting MUCH less in POW than it's supposed to?  We've minted 23,543,797 coins in 23115 blocks and POW ends at block 30240....  This being the case, this coins seems severely undervalued.
I agree. Will the dev please explain the total number of coins at the end of pow please, not just guesses from others.


30M in POW maybe
Block Day 1 (POW+POS): Blocks 1-4320 - 1000 YC/block + POS 3.65% Annually
Block Day 2-7 (POW+POS): Blocks 4321-30240 - 4,000 YC/block + POS 3.65% Annually

I'm sorry I don't understand. My math doesnt match yours. Could you please explain further?

I dont understand this, there should be now over 60 million coins out there, but there are under 24 million coins  Huh
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April 26, 2014, 05:42:15 PM
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The math I have is Day 1 - 1000*4320 =  4320000 + Day 2-7 4000 * 25919 = 103676000 = Grand Total POW coins 107996000 + a small amount of POS interest.  Then it goes full POS, and even in the first 7 days of the 10% a day of POS, we'll just about double the coins to 200Million.  So another 800million will be minted at 3% a year, which will take quite some time.  Does this sound right?
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April 26, 2014, 05:43:09 PM
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Exactly, we are way low on total coins minted versus what the plain math says, about 1/3 or so by my calculations.
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April 26, 2014, 05:57:53 PM
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Just spent 0.02 BTC for Mint Pal- Voting.  This Coin has to be in;-)
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April 26, 2014, 06:08:57 PM
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Just spent 0.02 BTC for Mint Pal- Voting.  This Coin has to be in;-)

Great move Specialkey...I wrote to the YCproject and he told me, that if I wanted to do something the best thing would be to spend a few BTC on Mintpal voting.
I did and spent 0.01 BTC...this is the minimum I could do.

Best wishes to you all and let's color the MOON

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April 26, 2014, 07:10:36 PM
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Sooo i've been playing a bit with PS the last couple of hours, let me know what you think.  Smiley


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April 26, 2014, 07:32:47 PM
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cant wait to see what happens with yellow coin. Im gonna try to hold this one for a long time
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April 26, 2014, 07:54:02 PM
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hi all
please can i get some help? seems i cannot mine this coin, tried both cgminer 3.7.2 and sgminer but they start, after a few it stucks without creating the .bin file...  can you post the link of the correct miner? and what should I write in the bat file? --scrypt or some other special scrypt?


What is your cards ?


Sapphire R9 280 (non x) Dual-X 3GB  and
Gigabyte R9 270 windforce 2GB

Hello.You hare the good configuration in this website.

http://www.smos-linux.org/configs/

This is an exemple that i use with my cards.I have 2 R9 270x.
You have juste change the valors whith the valors of your cards.
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setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1

cgminer.exe -u  -p  -o  -I 17
cgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://flutter.speedminer.org:3334 -u yourloginandworker -p youpass -I 17,17 -w 256,256 -g 1 --thread-concurrency 15508,15508 --lookup-gap 2,2 --gpu-engine 1120,1120 --gpu-memclock 1480,1480 --auto-fan --temp-target 72,72


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April 26, 2014, 08:12:33 PM
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so I started mining yc two days ago and today I got my first POS coins 18.55 but after it got confirmed I only recieved 0.0025YC , is that normal ?
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April 26, 2014, 08:18:57 PM
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this coin made one of my mining machines explode today !

it was sitting to my right on a stand that my mouse was on when all of a sudden all at the same time
i heard a couple super loud banging popping type noises a really bright flash through my see through PC case side window
and a flood or nasty smoke started coming out like crazy !

so coin dev what is the mailing address to send the bill to..
i hope your can get my PC fixed for me soon i am losing mining revenue Sad

warning people don't mine this coin or your pc will explode too maybe !!!

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April 26, 2014, 08:25:18 PM
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hahahahha  Grin
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April 26, 2014, 08:26:55 PM
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this coin made one of my mining machines explode today !

it was sitting to my right on a stand that my mouse was on when all of a sudden all at the same time
i heard a couple super loud banging popping type noises a really bright flash through my see through PC case side window
and a flood or nasty smoke started coming out like crazy !

so coin dev what is the mailing address to send the bill to..
i hope your can get my PC fixed for me soon i am losing mining revenue Sad

warning people don't mine this coin or your pc will explode too maybe !!!

Hmm just sounds that your card overheated, I don't think any coin can make your card explode, plus you are saying your card is inside your case.

Running scrypt in a closed PC case is a bad idea, why do you think all rigs are on open air custom cases? if anything had to do with this

it's just poor ventilation and overheating..
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April 26, 2014, 08:31:57 PM
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this coin made one of my mining machines explode today !

it was sitting to my right on a stand that my mouse was on when all of a sudden all at the same time
i heard a couple super loud banging popping type noises a really bright flash through my see through PC case side window
and a flood or nasty smoke started coming out like crazy !

so coin dev what is the mailing address to send the bill to..
i hope your can get my PC fixed for me soon i am losing mining revenue Sad

warning people don't mine this coin or your pc will explode too maybe !!!

Hmm just sounds that your card overheated, I don't think any coin can make your card explode, plus you are saying your card is inside your case.

Running scrypt in a closed PC case is a bad idea, why do you think all rigs are on open air custom cases? if anything had to do with this

it's just poor ventilation and overheating..

it is a case i had modded for ventilation with an industrial fan blowing into and i never said anything about a card did i ?
for all you know i was cpu mining it.. and i was too !

FUD first & ask questions later™
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April 26, 2014, 08:36:57 PM
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this coin made one of my mining machines explode today !

it was sitting to my right on a stand that my mouse was on when all of a sudden all at the same time
i heard a couple super loud banging popping type noises a really bright flash through my see through PC case side window
and a flood or nasty smoke started coming out like crazy !

so coin dev what is the mailing address to send the bill to..
i hope your can get my PC fixed for me soon i am losing mining revenue Sad

warning people don't mine this coin or your pc will explode too maybe !!!

Hmm just sounds that your card overheated, I don't think any coin can make your card explode, plus you are saying your card is inside your case.

Running scrypt in a closed PC case is a bad idea, why do you think all rigs are on open air custom cases? if anything had to do with this

it's just poor ventilation and overheating..

it is a case i had modded for ventilation with an industrial fan blowing into and i never said anything about a card did i ?
for all you know i was cpu mining it.. and i was too !

CPU mining this? uff that's going to be even hotter then.. true you have not told anything about a card, but seriously mining with CPU's is really not worth it plus you risk damaging your CPU what happend to you.
the only time I have CPUmined was to try out CPUminer and when I saw the temperature the CPU would go I was like F this shit no way I'm risking that.

You didn't have an temperature monitoring app running that prevents your CPU from overheat? there are tons off app were an alarm goes off if it gets too hot, and some can even put your PC to sleep if it gets over a certain temp.
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April 26, 2014, 08:58:30 PM
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Sooo i've been playing a bit with PS the last couple of hours, let me know what you think.  Smiley


Nice, very nice !
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April 26, 2014, 09:00:16 PM
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i look up but still dont see a yellow moon, how come?  Grin

any coin that makes me a profit.
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April 26, 2014, 09:03:45 PM
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i look up but still dont see a yellow moon, how come?  Grin
Here it's always yellow ... in a way.

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