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Author Topic: [ANN] ¤ DMD Diamond 3.0 | Scarce ¤ Valuable ¤ Secure | PoS 3.0 | Masternodes 65%  (Read 1181355 times)
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June 12, 2014, 04:40:38 PM
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I Hope in the near future we can trade dmd/usd not dmd/btc  Grin
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June 12, 2014, 06:37:23 PM
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I Hope in the near future we can trade dmd/usd not dmd/btc  Grin

my aim would be to buy DMD for €

there shitload exchanges that work with $


 
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June 12, 2014, 07:24:03 PM
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I Hope in the near future we can trade dmd/usd not dmd/btc  Grin

my aim would be to buy DMD for €

there shitload exchanges that work with $


indeed  € is worth more
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June 12, 2014, 10:05:11 PM
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i expect wallet 2.0.2.1 release to happen in a few hours
CEO is preparing a official announcement




 
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June 12, 2014, 11:16:17 PM
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Awesome thanks for the update
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June 13, 2014, 01:09:17 AM
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Dear Diamond Community,

A joyous moment has finally arrived. We are delighted and proud to announce new Diamond client with all the fixes we've been working hard to implement. For the first time in Diamond's existence a properly working Proof of Stake functionality is finally here. It marks the new era for this coin, a sort of turning point that we wanted to achieve from the very beginning.

We are making a statement with this release, Diamond and Diamond Team are here to stay to achieve great things. As you will see from the change log and the performance that you are going to experience, we focused on the foundations to make them solid and long lasting.  

We have achieved so much already, saving Diamond from impeding ASIC doom to restoring its core.  We are going to build on this stable code, further improving its performance and successively adding new functionality. Right now with all these changes Diamond is no longer just another copy-coin; we at Diamond are striving to be be actual innovators in the crypto world and rest assured we're not going to give up until we achieve our goals.

The latest client is 100% compatible with the current network, it's been running on several machines already for some time and the biggest Diamond mining pool is running on the new code as well.
The change will be most noticeable on the 26th June when we reach total coins 450000 and the PoS will kick in allowing all those patient Diamond users to finally multiply their investment by minting. See Cryptonit's previous post to understand what that means - Diamond is entering a gold rush phase, with great incentives for early adopters. (Yes, it is still early with only just above 10% of all Diamonds mined).

This release is also freeing up our human resources, so we can concentrate more on promotion and non code developmental aspects of Diamond. However code development is an ongoing process which we're not going to stop even for a moment.

We are launching the new website, which is now under our full control, so no more unpleasant situations with lack of access or updates. It's still being developed but we did not want such detail to slow down the release. The website is likely to change many times over but for now it provides a basic download facility we were after.

http://bit.diamonds

Latest links to the wallets can be found in the first post or the download section of the website.

Enjoy and please remember...
 
Diamond is a quality coin.



The change log Diamond v.2.0.2.1 :
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1. Implemented interval pacing in GetNextTargetRequired.
2. Implemented larger number of locks for the database, to prevent chain forks (http://bitcoin.org/may15).
3. Fixed arithmetic overflow in several places. Now uses int64 everywhere, instead of int.
4. Updated both CLIENT_VERSION and DISPLAY_VERSION to 2.0.2
5. Removed lots of unused variables in code.
6. Removed unused code to generate PoW using scrypt.
7. Restored/fixed integrated PoW miner hashrate calculation and prints.
8. Fixed numerous double calculation of scrypt/groestl hashes.
9. Fixed invoking GetKernelStakeModifier with both hash types , as this results in numerous errors some of which fatal.
10. Changed the block GetHash() function to be smart and accept parameter whether the block already exists.
11. Changed many of the calls to GetHash() to properly use the hash functions for existing blocks.
12. In CTransaction::CheckTransaction() removed a condition that would permit transactions to exist with amounts less than the transaction fee. Change will be applied at the "PoS fixing" time.
13. Fixed GetProofOfWorkReward() post-fork to do if's properly ordered in order to conform to the coin spec.
14. Fixed GetProofOfStakeReward() post-fork to do if's properly ordered in order to conform to the coin spec.
15. Renamed references in the constants and the functions related to the foundation contribution of 0.05 DMD per block.
16. Modified CBlock::CheckBlock() to pass an totalCoin parameter.
17. Fixed the tx comments code, damaged/removed during the last fork.
18. Implemented a fix to getbalance and getbalance '*' to match.
19. Changed nCombineTreshold to 100 DMD from 1/3 PoW reward. This is the amount to which small amounts with large coin age will be combined into single bigger amount.
20. Fixed tooltips in UI to not use white letters on white background.
21. Updated build environments to use openssl1.0.1h, to address new found bugs: https://www.openssl.org/news/secadv_20140605.txt
22. Removed wallet version number from the splash screen and overview page picture. Now version number is displayed in the windows title.
23. Fixed the "white tool tip" issue. It turned out to be an bug in Qt, when using styling.
24. LoadBlockIndex() was calling various functions that check money supply, but did not assign the global variable totalCoin, resulting in erratic behaviour when loading the blockchain (error blocks etc).

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June 13, 2014, 01:44:36 AM
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Excellent!
Solo mining with 21 MHs and happily finding blocks (about 10 per day)  Smiley

Does anyone have the Diamond.cl kernel, I am running groestl.cl currently and would like to try --algo diamond.
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June 13, 2014, 04:22:05 AM
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use the unlock for minting button
i wasted a night of mining too forgot to unlock 20 stale blocks......

so avoid this i always suggest use a new wallet without password for mining

and once a day transfer the earned coins to ur main wallet



Lesson learned for the day.........


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June 13, 2014, 05:41:35 AM
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Great news! Website still quite fresh. The first step is to create a new  quality blocks  explorer Diamonds network.

Diamond The best investment in your future! ✧ it's 35% POS and 65% Msternode ✧
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June 13, 2014, 07:37:09 AM
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Excellent!
Solo mining with 21 MHs and happily finding blocks (about 10 per day)  Smiley

Does anyone have the Diamond.cl kernel, I am running groestl.cl currently and would like to try --algo diamond.

there is no difference between the two opencl kernels (groestlcoin.cl and diamond.cl)

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June 13, 2014, 07:59:02 AM
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Excellent!
Solo mining with 21 MHs and happily finding blocks (about 10 per day)  Smiley

Does anyone have the Diamond.cl kernel, I am running groestl.cl currently and would like to try --algo diamond.

there is no difference between the two opencl kernels (groestlcoin.cl and diamond.cl)

Thanks Smiley
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June 13, 2014, 09:12:03 AM
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Excellent!
Solo mining with 21 MHs and happily finding blocks (about 10 per day)  Smiley

Does anyone have the Diamond.cl kernel, I am running groestl.cl currently and would like to try --algo diamond.

there is no difference between the two opencl kernels (groestlcoin.cl and diamond.cl)

The differences only exist for stratum pool mining.
In this case, the miner has to construct the block and GroestlCoin has diverged from the "industry standard" sha256d hashing of transactions.
No difference in solo mining or pushpool (getwork) mining.

But, you may be interested in the optimized grostlcoin.cl kernel that srcxxx posted about some time ago.


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June 13, 2014, 04:57:38 PM
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POS does not work in this version of the wallet?

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June 13, 2014, 05:01:32 PM
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POS does not work in this version of the wallet?

Yes, it does work .. it actually works really well. Smiley

However, as stated in the announcement and in the first post it will be turned on at total coins 450000 which would be 26th June.
This gives time for everyone to upgrade, including very slow Cryptsy.

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June 13, 2014, 06:02:00 PM
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Any way to run miners over stratum on danbis pool with that modified groestlcoin.cl file?
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June 13, 2014, 06:14:14 PM
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Any way to run miners over stratum on danbis pool with that modified groestlcoin.cl file?

if ya have a miner with -diamond option u also have a diamond.cl

make a copy of modded groestlcoin.cl  rename it to diamond.cl and overwrite the original diamond.cl

in that area there is no difference between the two implementations of the groestl algo

the difference is just the transaction hashing not the POW hashing

such a miner should work with improved performance if used together with the 14.6 amd driver


 
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if ya have a miner with -diamond option u also have a diamond.cl

make a copy of modded groestlcoin.cl  rename it to diamond.cl and overwrite the original diamond.cl

in that area there is no difference between the two implementations of the groestl algo

the difference is just the transaction hashing not the POW hashing

such a miner should work with improved performance if used together with the 14.6 amd driver



Oh, my bad, i havent realised its so simple Smiley Thanks a lot.

Got any hint for a good diff multiplier for 42mhs?
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June 13, 2014, 06:45:02 PM
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Sorry, its ok now, driven by vardiff.  Wink
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June 13, 2014, 07:38:47 PM
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Let it shine let it shine
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June 13, 2014, 08:26:40 PM
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BUILDING THE HEADLESS WALLET ON A QNAP ARM NAS
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CHANGES TO THE WALLET SOURCES:

- mkdir src/obj
- makefile.unix sets -msse2 flag that obviously doesn't work for arm

- makefile.unix: missing scrypt-arm.S (I got it from hobonickels github: download and put into src/)

   @@ -135,7 +135,8 @@ OBJS= \
     obj/pbkdf2.o \
     obj/scrypt_mine.o \
     obj/scrypt-x86.o \
-    obj/scrypt-x86_64.o
+    obj/scrypt-x86_64.o \
+    obj/scrypt-arm.o
 
 all: diamondd
@@ -158,6 +159,9 @@ obj/scrypt-x86.o: scrypt-x86.S
 obj/scrypt-x86_64.o: scrypt-x86_64.S
    $(CXX) -c $(xCXXFLAGS) -MMD -o $@ $<
 
+obj/scrypt-arm.o: scrypt-arm.S
+   $(CXX) -c $(xCXXFLAGS) -MMD -o $@ $<
+
 obj/%.o: %.cpp
    $(CXX) -c $(xCXXFLAGS) -MMD -MF $(@:%.o=%.d) -o $@ $<
    @cp $(@:%.o=%.d) $(@:%.o=%.P); \

- scrypt_mine.cpp: need to "else" instead of "elseif" or arm wouldn't get the declarations:

index afca59d..4fa1426 100644
--- a/src/scrypt_mine.cpp
+++ b/src/scrypt_mine.cpp
@@ -54,7 +54,8 @@ extern "C" void scrypt_core(uint32_t *X, uint32_t *V);
 extern "C" void scrypt_core_2way(uint32_t *X, uint32_t *Y, uint32_t *V);
 extern "C" void scrypt_core_3way(uint32_t *X, uint32_t *Y, uint32_t *Z, uint32_t *V);
 
-#elif defined(__i386__)
+#else

- main.cpp: ambiguous call to random(), need to specify it's the boost version:

index 1e40a7e..3a513e1 100644
--- a/src/main.cpp
+++ b/src/main.cpp
@@ -947,8 +947,8 @@ uint256 WantedByOrphan(const CBlock* pblockOrphan)
 
 int generateMTRandom(unsigned int s, int range)
 {
-    random::mt19937 gen(s);
-    random::uniform_int_distribution<> dist(1, range);
+    boost::random::mt19937 gen(s);
+    boost::random::uniform_int_distribution<> dist(1, range);
     return dist(gen);
 }

QNAP NAS specific:

- first of all install "ipkg" from the application center, open a terminal and install the build environment (TODO provide "ipkg install" command)
- don't compile into admin's home, it's too small: use another user or move to another directory
- for the same reason, don't do "make install", or do it but changing the prefix to /opt instead of /usr/local
- compile your own berkeleydb 4.8, boost library and, if you need it, miniupnpc too (see their documentation and read doc/build-unix.txt of any bitcoin-derived wallet)
- consider it may take a while: on my nas the boost library took a whole night to fully compile
- make with: CXXFLAGS='-DHAVE_CXX_STDHEADERS' BDB_INCLUDE_PATH='~/BerkeleyDB.4.8/include' BDB_LIB_PATH='~/BerkeleyDB.4.8/lib' \
   BOOST_INCLUDE_PATH='~/boost_1_55_0' BOOST_LIB_PATH='~/boost_1_55_0/stage/lib' make -f makefile.unix
- remember to run ldconfig on the two new lib paths and/or add to /etc/ld.so.conf
- because of some locale issue, "export LC_ALL=C" is needed before running the wallet
- strip debug info from the executable in order to save ram (we have little on a NAS): "strip diamondd"
- if you get "diamondd: kernel.cpp:412: unsigned int GetStakeModifierChecksum..." try downloading blockchain from OP.

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