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Author Topic: [ANN] Diamond (DMD) Evolution v 2.0 | Hybrid Security | 25% PoS  (Read 893514 times)
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June 15, 2014, 12:46:22 AM
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A question about the pos..

I had lots of DMD in my wallet for months, a month ago I transferred them to cryptsy and then moved them back to my wallet.

Will I be able to get pos coins for the time BEFORE the transfer?


In short, no.


When coins are transferred from one address to another, the coinage for those coins resets.  Any accumulated coinage is lost.

Your coins started accumulating coinage when your transfer from Cryptsy to your wallet was confirmed.

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June 15, 2014, 12:47:28 AM
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A question about the pos..

I had lots of DMD in my wallet for months, a month ago I transferred them to cryptsy and then moved them back to my wallet.

Will I be able to get pos coins for the time BEFORE the transfer?

the short answer:

any transaction set coin-age of the involved coin pile to to zero

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the long and confusing answer:

u have to think of your wallet as a tresor with a lot of little pile of coins inside

when u receive a transaction than a new little pile is put into ur tresor

this little pile have a coin-age of zero

when u send away coins than ur tresor take the youngest pile and remove the amount of coins u want to send

BUT the coin-age is set to zero for all coins in that little pile

thats the reason why people developed coin control so u can select from which little pilet u want to use the coins

the basic logic isnt optimal by automatic selecting the youngest pile because this could also be a pile with 10000 coins and age 7 days

but thats still lot more coin-age than a pile with 10 dmd age 30 days

ok basical i overanswered ur question sorry Wink

our POS code try to counter the risc of losing coin-age by split big coin pile into smaller part when u successfull mint between 7-30 days coin-age

if u mint above 30 days coinage pile is not split but instead if u have multiple small pile they group together (up to 100 DMD) and increase the chance to recieve a POS reward

in one of the next wallet releases we will also add coin control maybe even in a advanced version (what other coins have now as coin control is very basic and required the user to choose the pile he wana use)




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June 15, 2014, 12:50:42 AM
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Thank you for your answers Smiley

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June 15, 2014, 06:24:49 AM
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Grs, Diamondcoin, and  Atheistcoin should merge mine they are the only 3 coins that use this algo everyone else is x11 or x13
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June 15, 2014, 07:47:17 AM
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Grs, Diamondcoin, and  Atheistcoin should merge mine they are the only 3 coins that use this algo everyone else is x11 or x13

i dont see atheistcoin with its very agressiv naming as a cooperationparner

same as a muslimcoin or jesuscoin

if someone wana have a coin and transport the message of logic and sience than why dont call it siencecoin or logicoin...
atheistcoin just by his name isnt worth to consider for anything

we wont work together with jokecoin or coins with a bad reputation

regarding groestlcoin and merge mining the talks ended without a successful outcome


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June 15, 2014, 09:22:56 AM
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Good morning.  Does anyone know what is going on with Danbi's pool?  I have been mining there for weeks with no issue.  However I came home last night to disconnect errors.  Now all I get is "json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds, HTTP request failed: Failed connect to dmdpool.digsys.bg:3345; No error"  Am I missing something all of a sudden?

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June 15, 2014, 10:43:02 AM
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Is any effort being made to get DMD traded on https://poloniex.com

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June 15, 2014, 11:01:39 AM
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Hi all!

I made a fork of SPH-Sgminer for Groestl algorithm. See here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=652849

If you have AMD GPU, please try it. I'm getting 16.2 MH/s on R9 290 and 7.56 MH/s on R9 270X.

In a few days I'll post 17.0 MH/s R9 290 kernel (I'll post update in this forum).

I'm planning to work on improving this miner in the future.

You don't need to specify difficulty multiplier anymore.

Diamondcoin is natively supported, you need to specify "--normal-hashing" parameter. See example.conf in ZIP.
So now you can have Groestlcoin, Atheistcoin and Diamondcoin all in the same pool list.

If you have any problems with this miner - please post directly into that forum.

PS: If you are on NVidia, you might want to check out ccMiner 1.1 (it just got got substantional speed increase for Groestl mining)

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June 15, 2014, 11:24:06 AM
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Hi all!

I made a fork of SPH-Sgminer for Groestl algorithm. See here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=652849

If you have AMD GPU, please try it. I'm getting 16.2 MH/s on R9 290 and 7.56 MH/s on R9 270X.

In a few days I'll post 17.0 MH/s R9 290 kernel (I'll post update in this forum).

I'm planning to work on improving this miner in the future.

You don't need to specify difficulty multiplier anymore.

Diamondcoin is natively supported, you need to specify "--normal-hashing" parameter. See example.conf in ZIP.
So now you can have Groestlcoin, Atheistcoin and Diamondcoin all in the same pool list.

If you have any problems with this miner - please post directly into that forum.

PS: If you are on NVidia, you might want to check out ccMiner 1.1 (it just got got substantional speed increase for Groestl mining)

Thanks

good news thx

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June 15, 2014, 12:22:16 PM
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regarding groestlcoin and merge mining the talks ended without a successful outcome

may be you interested in trying to change the algorithm eToken like you did with Diamond?
it would be great! Smiley  please, consider this offer.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=436750.0

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June 15, 2014, 12:45:49 PM
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regarding groestlcoin and merge mining the talks ended without a successful outcome

may be you interested in trying to change the algorithm eToken like you did with Diamond?
it would be great! Smiley  please, consider this offer.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=436750.0

first of all diamond source is open source

every community who think they need to try what we have done is free to use parts of source we cant forbid them to use our source
(lot of the "know how" how to archive the fork to other algo and avoid troubles is not easy reverse-engineer-able by just read the source..)

but merged mining and go into a cooperation to make the coin part of the diamond merged mining family is way more than just fork to groestl algo

for this to happen some important aspects are

parent coin is diamond
partner coin must be adapted to use groestl algo and be aux-hashing combatible (to be able reuse hashing from parent-coin)
pow block-time will be set to 60 sec
coins interested to be merge mining partner-coins should have a POW setting that guarantee to be  longtime attractive for POW miners

i think eToken have a to troublesome past and a unclear amount of premine coins to be considered as a good partner-coin

but if u have ideas why thats wrong and eToken could add something of value to the diamond family just send me a PM and we discuss it

our basic rule for selecting possible partner-coins was

is not a joke coin
is not a scamcoin
is not a coin with bad reputaion

im not sure if we could answer all this point with NO....... in case of eToken

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June 15, 2014, 01:01:19 PM
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just in case someone missed it.....
i think this explains why its now the time
to mine
to invest
to mine and invest
and not to mine and sell...........

VISUALIZATION OF DIAMOND ROLL-OUT PLAN
(TOTAL COINS AND POW/POS COINS PER MONTH)




RED LINE = new coins each month produced by POW (numbers on right side)
GREEN LINE = new coins produced each month by POS (numbers on right side)
TOTAL COINS (numbers on left side)
numbers on bottom of graphic are the months (the graphic represent a 30 year timeline)

i think for now market price is driven by insta-selling miners
daily *1500 diamonds have to be bought if people would sell instant

but keep a closer eye on coin specs and check how coin roll-out will develop over next 30 years

beginning with total coins 450000 a 50% POS will be simultaneous active with the 1 DMD POW reward each block
and start the diamond rush (BLUE CIRCLE) on pic

if u analyze that u can see that this POW mining paradise only last a few months
(to be exact until 1 million total diamond are existing)
later most of coins are produced by POS  (GREEN ARROW) and to do so u need to have diamonds

everyone who sell 1 diamonds instant lose like at least 2 diamonds.....
because every diamond u mine now would at least double if u keep holding and pos it over time

the whole design of diamond is to be a wealth storage coin aimed to be a good investment

i  hope this visualization of coin specs long-term effect of  on coin roll-out
can help u realize how valuable diamonds will be once POW is reduced by 90%
and high POS will be main source of coin creation

that coins are required to create more coins (POS)
will be the reason for lower availability of coins on exchanges and increasing prices
remember only coins in ur wallet gather coin-age and can generate POS rewards






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June 15, 2014, 05:14:00 PM
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Is any effort being made to get DMD traded on https://poloniex.com

We will be trying to get listed on Bittrex.com and some of the other top-tier exchanges.
Regards,
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June 15, 2014, 05:24:19 PM
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We'd like to reach out to the community and see what things they'd like added next.  Your feedback is extremely important to us.

Our goal is very clear, to make Diamond a serious player in the crypto coin market.

Some things that have been discussed are the following:

- A paper wallet that allows you to import coins without losing the "age".

- An android wallet that is able to allow "minting" of the coin.

- Setting up a merged mining pool for coins using the Diamond Grøstl algorithm and be able to merge mine.

- Setting up a multipool that will allow you to mine using ASIC's, SHA256 and be paid in Diamonds.

- Some press releases announcing the new Diamond.

- Getting Diamond listed on a couple exchanges.

We will have bounties for some of the things listed and develop the remaining in-house.

Again we want to emphasize that this coin isn't one person or group. It is a coin for the community.

We have explained a rollout of the new coin here http://dmdcoin.net/forum/index.php/topic,991.0.html

We want to make it clear that long-term, that Diamond will be a rare and valuable coin

Right now we have a few people mining  the coin and selling instantly at the exchange(s).
Once we reach a certain barrier their will be less and less of that..

Again, we'd love to hear from you, so please post your comments or send me a PM.
Regards,
Brian
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June 15, 2014, 06:06:50 PM
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Good morning.  Does anyone know what is going on with Danbi's pool?  I have been mining there for weeks with no issue.  However I came home last night to disconnect errors.  Now all I get is "json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds, HTTP request failed: Failed connect to dmdpool.digsys.bg:3345; No error"  Am I missing something all of a sudden?

I was away for a while, but in any case, if it was any kind of DDoS, I would learn about it (the servers hosting the pool have 24 hour support staff). It might have been some software hiccup, which I am investigating now. Anyway, the pool seems to function normally.

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Good morning.  Does anyone know what is going on with Danbi's pool?  I have been mining there for weeks with no issue.  However I came home last night to disconnect errors.  Now all I get is "json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds, HTTP request failed: Failed connect to dmdpool.digsys.bg:3345; No error"  Am I missing something all of a sudden?

I was away for a while, but in any case, if it was any kind of DDoS, I would learn about it (the servers hosting the pool have 24 hour support staff). It might have been some software hiccup, which I am investigating now. Anyway, the pool seems to function normally.

Danbi,

Thanks for the response.  Ok - I do not know what has changed because I still cannot connect to your pool.  I am a 750ti Nvidia user.  I use ccminer 1.1 with this configuration:
ccminer35-50.exe -a groestl -o http://dmdpool.digsys.bg:3345 -u ***.*** -p *  --no-stratum --no-longpoll

If you have any clue at all why I can't connect please let me know.  There is the same as what is listed above.  I have rebooted, reset my router, and renewed my ip address all with no luck.  Solo mining is working so I am not sure where I am wrong.

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Good morning.  Does anyone know what is going on with Danbi's pool?  I have been mining there for weeks with no issue.  However I came home last night to disconnect errors.  Now all I get is "json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds, HTTP request failed: Failed connect to dmdpool.digsys.bg:3345; No error"  Am I missing something all of a sudden?

I was away for a while, but in any case, if it was any kind of DDoS, I would learn about it (the servers hosting the pool have 24 hour support staff). It might have been some software hiccup, which I am investigating now. Anyway, the pool seems to function normally.

Danbi,

Thanks for the response.  Ok - I do not know what has changed because I still cannot connect to your pool.  I am a 750ti Nvidia user.  I use ccminer 1.1 with this configuration:
ccminer35-50.exe -a groestl -o http://dmdpool.digsys.bg:3345 -u ***.*** -p *  --no-stratum --no-longpoll

If you have any clue at all why I can't connect please let me know.  There is the same as what is listed above.  I have rebooted, reset my router, and renewed my ip address all with no luck.  Solo mining is working so I am not sure where I am wrong.

It is normal you could not connect. The reason is that the pushpool server has crashed. At about midnight GMT 15 June. Did I mention all of this software is way too buggy....

Anyway, it is running now.

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June 15, 2014, 07:19:17 PM
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We'd like to reach out to the community and see what things they'd like added next.  Your feedback is extremely important to us.

Our goal is very clear, to make Diamond a serious player in the crypto coin market.

Some things that have been discussed are the following:

- A paper wallet that allows you to import coins without losing the "age".

- An android wallet that is able to allow "minting" of the coin.

- Setting up a merged mining pool for coins using the Diamond Grøstl algorithm and be able to merge mine.

- Setting up a multipool that will allow you to mine using ASIC's, SHA256 and be paid in Diamonds.

- Some press releases announcing the new Diamond.

- Getting Diamond listed on a couple exchanges.

We will have bounties for some of the things listed and develop the remaining in-house.

Again we want to emphasize that this coin isn't one person or group. It is a coin for the community.

We have explained a rollout of the new coin here http://dmdcoin.net/forum/index.php/topic,991.0.html

We want to make it clear that long-term, that Diamond will be a rare and valuable coin

Right now we have a few people mining  the coin and selling instantly at the exchange(s).
Once we reach a certain barrier their will be less and less of that..

Again, we'd love to hear from you, so please post your comments or send me a PM.
Regards,
Brian
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You need a more serious approach to the new site http://bit.diamonds Its shell looks promising, but many links do not work. No normal DMD blocks explorer network. At this point it is worthwhile paying the utmost importance. Until now, not work objective monitoring on the site http://coinmarketcap.com
I believe in a great future for this coin, but only if the development team will be strong. And will promote Diamond on the market more resolutely.

Diamond ۞ The best investment in your future! (it's 25% the annual income)
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Hi
You need a more serious approach to the new site http://bit.diamonds Its shell looks promising, but many links do not work. No normal DMD blocks explorer network. At this point it is worthwhile paying the utmost importance. Until now, not work objective monitoring on the site http://coinmarketcap.com
I believe in a great future for this coin, but only if the development team will be strong. And will promote Diamond on the market more resolutely.

thx for feedback
blockexplorer is on work
website u see now is just a placeholder until page is finished

please give input about actions that u see as useful and affordable
a general "promote Diamond on the market more resolutely" isnt much help....

but any ideas are very welcome

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if u mint above 30 days coinage pile is not split but instead if u have multiple small pile they group together (up to 100 DMD) and increase the chance to recieve a POS reward
...

that is, to be sure receive the award POS, need to have the transaction from 100 DMD and more?

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