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Author Topic: [ANN] ¤ DMD Diamond 3.0 | Scarce ¤ Valuable ¤ Secure | PoS 3.0 | Masternodes 65%  (Read 1077355 times)
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June 18, 2014, 08:07:53 AM
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First, I apologize for confusing you with someone else. This was not intended and of course my comments about your code were misdirected. I have no idea what code you used, as it is not published. Maybe, you improved things in the code that I didn't see yet.

The changes of bitcoin code to compile on OS X is well documented and public knowledge. Diamond is using the same code base + few modifications and therefore "suffers" from the same fixes. It is also using an "obsolete" code base, although this is not a problem in most areas -- because newer code is not always better -- and because we do not seek the same functionality. But that is irrelevant to porting Diamond to different platforms.

Apologies accepted.

Anything I can do to help any further?

Maybe, publish what you changed in the code to make it compile under OS X so that it is not wasted effort and gets incorporated in the official Diamond code.

Ok. I will fork the official Diamond code and make the changes from there so you can see. It should be available today for you (I assume you are in the USA). I am in Thailand.

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June 18, 2014, 08:56:28 AM
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Ok. I will fork the official Diamond code and make the changes from there so you can see. It should be available today for you (I assume you are in the USA). I am in Thailand.

most of diamond team is europe based

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Ok. I will fork the official Diamond code and make the changes from there so you can see. It should be available today for you (I assume you are in the USA). I am in Thailand.

most of diamond team is europe based

Even better then!

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June 18, 2014, 10:59:35 AM
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whats going on this days while everyone wait for total coins 450000 and his POS rewards incoming......

we working on website (for now only placeholder page with download area active)
we working on block explorer (danbi already released a temporary simple explorer under http://dmdpool.digsys.bg/bc/ a better one will follow)
we working on our chinese invasion plans (D-Day (Diamond-Day))
we explore and evaluate business opportunities (in talk with some possible interesting projects)
we prepare promotion and marketing activities
we plan future features and wallet improvements (coin control, wallet UI redesign, preparation for merged mining support)
we try to find some days to relax to make sure our batteries never run low (thats the most difficult to achieve goal we all in work fever)
we need to be operational the next few years to support this long-term success-story and we willing to do so

you can help us achieve all that by keep supporting our coin
the most easy way to support and to profit yourself is buy and hold diamond
once again i have to reminder that when total coins 1000000 is reached
POW rewards are reduced a lot and wont be a way to get hand on cheap diamonds any longer



the only reason why diamond have that long mining phase  
is that we want to give as many people the chance to mine or buy diamonds at a reasonable price
its not a find out about diamond in the first week or its to late to join in
everyone had and still have a change to enter the train

now is a pretty good moment to buy in because some of the miners are insta-selling
without realize how cheap they give away the diamonds

coin max is 4.3 minnilon BUT it will need 30 years to reach that
in 4 years we estimate total existing diamonds are 2.5 million and roll-out of future diamonds will happen much slower



remind the coin rollout:
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 18, 2014, 11:00:41 AM
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This is a known corruption of the block index database, for which we have not yet found a solution. The easiest way to fix it is to load the blocks from the block chain you already have, effectively rebuilding the index. You can do this by removing blkindex.dat first and then running

diamondd -loadblock=blk0001.dat

This will go like downloading the block chain from the network, only much faster and will result in clean block index.

For some reason, on my qnap, using this method is slower than redownloading the blockchain from scratch: after a night of indexing, it is still at block 95000.
Now I'll restart with the blockchain from the OP and reconpile with the suggested flags, and report back.

-fsanitize is not supported by the compiler.
the other two flags are accepted but produce a binary which just segfaults when started.

gcc -v:

Target: arm-none-linux-gnueabi
Configured with: ../gcc-4.2/configure --build=i386-pc-linux-gnu --host=arm-none-linux-gnueabi --target=arm-none-linux-gnueabi --prefix=/opt --disable-nls --disable-static --with-as=/home/slug/optware/cs08q1armel/toolchain/arm-2008q1/bin/arm-none-linux-gnueabi-as --with-ld=/home/slug/optware/cs08q1armel/toolchain/arm-2008q1/bin/arm-none-linux-gnueabi-ld --enable-languages=c,c++ --disable-multilib --enable-threads --disable-libmudflap --disable-libssp --disable-libgomp --disable-libstdcxx-pch --enable-shared --enable-symvers=gnu --enable-__cxa_atexit
Thread model: posix
gcc version 4.2.3

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June 18, 2014, 12:08:29 PM
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whats going on this days while everyone wait for total coins 450000 and his POS rewards incoming......

we working on website (for now only placeholder page with download area active)
we working on block explorer (danbi already released a temporary simple explorer under http://dmdpool.digsys.bg/bc/ a better one will follow)
we working on our chinese invasion plans (D-Day (Diamond-Day))
we explore and evaluate business opportunities (in talk with some possible interesting projects)
we prepare promotion and marketing activities
we plan future features and wallet improvements (coin control, wallet UI redesign, preparation for merged mining support)
we try to find some days to relax to make sure our batteries never run low (thats the most difficult to achieve goal we all in work fever)
we need to be operational the next few years to support this long-term success-story and we willing to do so

you can help us achieve all that by keep supporting our coin
the most easy way to support and to profit yourself is buy and hold diamond
once again i have to reminder that when total coins 1000000 is reached
POW rewards are reduced a lot and wont be a way to get hand on cheap diamonds any longer



the only reason why diamond have that long mining phase 
is that we want to give as many people the chance to mine or buy diamonds at a reasonable price
its not a find out about diamond in the first week or its to late to join in
everyone had and still have a change to enter the train

now is a pretty good moment to buy in because some of the miners are insta-selling
without realize how cheap they give away the diamonds

coin max is 4.3 minnilon BUT it will need 30 years to reach that
in 4 years we estimate total existing diamonds are 2.5 million and roll-out of future diamonds will happen much slower

Many miners, now sell coins cheap because not feel confidence in the future. Now on the market crypto currency, new coins every day breed like rabbits. Most of them are created collectives, for rapid earnings. Many people lose faith in the future of alternative crypto coins. You will require a lot of effort that would prove to future investors - the seriousness and reliability of their long-term investment.
After all the technical updates will be completed, you will need a strong advertising campaign. Diamond should be quadrupeds worldwide, and used to pay for the luxury goods, only then DMD will be a great future.

Diamond The best investment in your future! ✧ it's 35% POS and 65% Msternode ✧
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June 18, 2014, 12:18:35 PM
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Many miners, now sell coins cheap because not feel confidence in the future. Now on the market crypto currency, new coins every day breed like rabbits. Most of them are created collectives, for rapid earnings. Many people lose faith in the future of alternative crypto coins. You will require a lot of effort that would prove to future investors - the seriousness and reliability of their long-term investment.

i full agree

coins born lived and died in a time frame that's way below the age of diamond

this is our opportunity
we soon have birthday
something lot of the one day fly coins will never see (at least not in a state with active development)

once people wasted enough money on short-term coins
they will return to solid longtime concepts like diamond

i suggest dont to waste money for that learning lesson and instead go with diamond from beginning as a major share in your coin portfolio

sure spread the risc is professional i myself also own lot other coins
but my biggest share and hope is diamond because this is the coin where i can influence success
and that is the reason i trust in it

i trust in

Alex (popshot)
Daniel (danbi)
Helmut (cryptonit)

the core of diamond foundation team

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June 18, 2014, 12:24:51 PM
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good news more performance for nvidia miners

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June 18, 2014, 03:18:14 PM
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First, I apologize for confusing you with someone else. This was not intended and of course my comments about your code were misdirected. I have no idea what code you used, as it is not published. Maybe, you improved things in the code that I didn't see yet.

The changes of bitcoin code to compile on OS X is well documented and public knowledge. Diamond is using the same code base + few modifications and therefore "suffers" from the same fixes. It is also using an "obsolete" code base, although this is not a problem in most areas -- because newer code is not always better -- and because we do not seek the same functionality. But that is irrelevant to porting Diamond to different platforms.

Apologies accepted.

Anything I can do to help any further?

Maybe, publish what you changed in the code to make it compile under OS X so that it is not wasted effort and gets incorporated in the official Diamond code.

Here are the changes I made. https://github.com/polanskiman/Diamond/commit/eef719fa298f9f60ee79b98c99759da44eb8c5c5

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June 18, 2014, 03:21:59 PM
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June 18, 2014, 04:09:55 PM
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If you want a look at the future of stable Alt Coins, read this:

https://www.rapidcx.com/blog/pantera-bitcoin-fund-sec-filing-reveals-96-million-investment

It's time to clean up and be professional...

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If you want a look at the future of stable Alt Coins, read this:

https://www.rapidcx.com/blog/pantera-bitcoin-fund-sec-filing-reveals-96-million-investment

It's time to clean up and be professional...

RJF , thanks for the hint.

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First, I apologize for confusing you with someone else. This was not intended and of course my comments about your code were misdirected. I have no idea what code you used, as it is not published. Maybe, you improved things in the code that I didn't see yet.

The changes of bitcoin code to compile on OS X is well documented and public knowledge. Diamond is using the same code base + few modifications and therefore "suffers" from the same fixes. It is also using an "obsolete" code base, although this is not a problem in most areas -- because newer code is not always better -- and because we do not seek the same functionality. But that is irrelevant to porting Diamond to different platforms.

Apologies accepted.

Anything I can do to help any further?

Maybe, publish what you changed in the code to make it compile under OS X so that it is not wasted effort and gets incorporated in the official Diamond code.

Here are the changes I made. https://github.com/polanskiman/Diamond/commit/eef719fa298f9f60ee79b98c99759da44eb8c5c5

Thanks. This is more or less the same set of changes I referred to (you can see them in the pending pull request to DMDcoin/Diamond).
But you did some more nice changes.
I have some questions, but perhaps will ask outside this thread, as to not fill it with purely code style/compatibility comments. Hopefully, we can have one final OS X release supporting as many versions as possible.

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First, I apologize for confusing you with someone else. This was not intended and of course my comments about your code were misdirected. I have no idea what code you used, as it is not published. Maybe, you improved things in the code that I didn't see yet.

The changes of bitcoin code to compile on OS X is well documented and public knowledge. Diamond is using the same code base + few modifications and therefore "suffers" from the same fixes. It is also using an "obsolete" code base, although this is not a problem in most areas -- because newer code is not always better -- and because we do not seek the same functionality. But that is irrelevant to porting Diamond to different platforms.

Apologies accepted.

Anything I can do to help any further?

Maybe, publish what you changed in the code to make it compile under OS X so that it is not wasted effort and gets incorporated in the official Diamond code.

Here are the changes I made. https://github.com/polanskiman/Diamond/commit/eef719fa298f9f60ee79b98c99759da44eb8c5c5

Thanks. This is more or less the same set of changes I referred to (you can see them in the pending pull request to DMDcoin/Diamond).
But you did some more nice changes.
I have some questions, but perhaps will ask outside this thread, as to not fill it with purely code style/compatibility comments. Hopefully, we can have one final OS X release supporting as many versions as possible.

I was actually thinking your changes were actually more refined than mine Smiley. My purpose was to simply make the minimum changes possible so that it would compile. I still received some warnings during compilation though, but I am thinking those are due to the fact that some parts of the code is deprecated/not used. Anyways, yes please shoot me a PM. We can take it from there.

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June 19, 2014, 08:46:53 AM
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Hey guys, is there a Windows miner for stratum based pools available?

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June 19, 2014, 11:03:04 AM
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Hey guys, is there a Windows miner for stratum based pools available?

but dont forget ur pool also need to be modified to be foundation share compatible

update:

im very unhappy with that miner srcxxx released he modified that pool mining only work on his pools.....

i didnt find out earlier because i was solo mining....

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this one should work on any stratum pool with correct foundation share setup



http://sourceforge.net/projects/diamonddmd/files/sgminer_diamond_v4.1.0.zip

until we release another one
it include the 14.6 driver optimized files

example bat (AMD290 solo primary and pool secondary) :


sgminer.exe -k diamond -o localhost:17772 -u rpcuserXXXXX -p rpcpassXXXXXXXXX -o stratum+tcp://dmdpool.digsys.bg:3333 -u cryptonit.2 -p 2 --xintensity 300 -g 1 --thread-concurrency 16384 -w 256 --lookup-gap 0 --difficulty-multiplier 0.0039062500












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June 19, 2014, 02:19:46 PM
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MineP.it Diamond Pool

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really very good looking pool
but seems u find no blocks
if ya need support send danbi a PM he can help ya
at least give hints how he solved it on a nomp based stratum pool

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June 19, 2014, 10:22:42 PM
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@Minepit
Looks like a great idea Smiley How is progress with getting DMD mining pool working?
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June 20, 2014, 01:05:54 AM
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The improved version of the main Diamond website is up http://bit.diamonds .
It's still need some polishing but the concept is finally there. We want it to be focused and clean and not another parallax bootstrap clone. Even though, it uses some bootstrap elements.   
The forum is also there but needs some adjustments before it's fully ready to use. You can start registering there, however.


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Nice work Smiley now fill in the blanks Smiley I think Diamond has a great future and am still solo mining Smiley
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