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December 29, 2017, 05:56:47 PM
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https://github.com/DMDcoin/Diamond/blob/master/doc/precompile_raspi_on_virtual_maschine

everyone is welcome submit his guides direct on github
this way ur github username forever written down as DMD github contributor
in the future that might be some fancy thing like beeing visible in BTC contributor list

 
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December 29, 2017, 06:09:59 PM
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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

i think he is talking about use a GUI wallet on a raspi instead headless
and use the coincontroll gui (options wallet enable coincontroll) for which there is no similar replacement in headless wallets

and there i agree a gui wallet should not be used on smaller raspi then the 1 GB ram ones

ideal are 2 GB ram boards

 
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December 29, 2017, 06:36:33 PM
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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

i think he is talking about use a GUI wallet on a raspi instead headless
and use the coincontroll gui (options wallet enable coincontroll) for which there is no similar replacement in headless wallets

and there i agree a gui wallet should not be used on smaller raspi then the 1 GB ram ones

ideal are 2 GB ram boards

But using coin control to manage the coin pile sizes and using setstakesplitthreshold does essentially the same thing, doesn't it? I mean sure, the GUI is more convenient, but if you just want to have "optimal" coin sizes for staking I think both should work.

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December 29, 2017, 06:42:35 PM
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I have just ordered a raspberry pi 3,

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=psdc_430512031_t1_B01CD5VC92

I want to install DMD wallet onto it for 24h staking as i have been using laptop for months now.
It comes preinstalled with NOOBS for raspberry pi.

Where can i get a easy setup tutorial for this, never played with a pi before, also is NOOBS OS good for DMD wallet? or is there a better OS for DMD?
Thanks



this is the DMD Diamond raspi guide we have it uses a different OS

https://github.com/DMDcoin/Diamond/blob/master/doc/raspi_headless_compile

Here are some pre-built binaries to try:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NfjOYoIEZugazqFrZCQaruTJEkAqTzE7/view?usp=sharing

My question is what is the purpose of pre-built binary? Thanks.

In case someone wants to skip the build process and just start staking.
There are many online tools to scan for popular viruses, etc.
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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

i think he is talking about use a GUI wallet on a raspi instead headless
and use the coincontroll gui (options wallet enable coincontroll) for which there is no similar replacement in headless wallets

and there i agree a gui wallet should not be used on smaller raspi then the 1 GB ram ones

ideal are 2 GB ram boards

I agree 100%.
This board looks promising, it's supposed to ship in early 2018.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/renegade-arm-computer-with-usb-3-on-android-linux#/

It has DDR4 and much higher IO, which the PI lacks.
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December 29, 2017, 09:52:05 PM
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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

i think he is talking about use a GUI wallet on a raspi instead headless
and use the coincontroll gui (options wallet enable coincontroll) for which there is no similar replacement in headless wallets

and there i agree a gui wallet should not be used on smaller raspi then the 1 GB ram ones

ideal are 2 GB ram boards

But using coin control to manage the coin pile sizes and using setstakesplitthreshold does essentially the same thing, doesn't it? I mean sure, the GUI is more convenient, but if you just want to have "optimal" coin sizes for staking I think both should work.

coin control doesnt nothing regarding stakesplittreshhold
coin control is a gui window that allow u choose exactly what unspend transactions u want to use and what change address
and a very good overview over ur addresses and coin pile sizes

 
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coin control doesnt nothing regarding stakesplittreshhold
coin control is a gui window that allow u choose exactly what unspend transactions u want to use and what change address
and a very good overview over ur addresses and coin pile sizes

Yeah, I was just trying to figure out what he meant by "there is a sweet spot for how many coins each RasPi should have" and I figured he meant coin pile size for staking, but maybe I was completely wrong...  Grin

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December 29, 2017, 10:19:06 PM
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coin control doesnt nothing regarding stakesplittreshhold
coin control is a gui window that allow u choose exactly what unspend transactions u want to use and what change address
and a very good overview over ur addresses and coin pile sizes

Yeah, I was just trying to figure out what he meant by "there is a sweet spot for how many coins each RasPi should have" and I figured he meant coin pile size for staking, but maybe I was completely wrong...  Grin

i call the sweet spot

the more the better  Cool


 
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December 29, 2017, 10:44:54 PM
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Such a impressive statistics for Diamond.
https://masternodes.pro/stats/dmd
Yeah, I got it. Thanks for your link to Diamond masternode's statistics, which are very promising, at least for me.

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Such a impressive statistics for Diamond.
https://masternodes.pro/stats/dmd
Yeah, I got it. Thanks for your link to Diamond masternode's statistics, which are very promising, at least for me.

this stats are the correct ones!
https://masternodes.online/currencies/DMD/

 
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https://twitter.com/CryptonitDMD/status/946902220875935744


 
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That curve is absolutely Beautiful.  It is the easiest coin to move people into when they start asking about something similar to dividends.  Everyone in the community is responsible and the develop team is very professional.  Easily one of the best coins of 2107.

In reference to the sweet-spot.  My Nodes and RPis make a stake each week with about 200 coins (experiment up or down). I have an expectation on return of electricity.  The master nodes still makes more than a staking node and I have a redundant wallet for the MN, but MN stakes are destined to become part of another MN some day.  In the mean time, I need them to stake.  The problem with trying to make an easy forcast schedule is staking confirmations take 640 blocks, stopping staking during that time plus an hour.  
Make a spreadsheet and You will have a good idea of your needs and best return.  Don’t forget to have fun.

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That curve is absolutely Beautiful.  It is the easiest coin to move people into when they start asking about something similar to dividends.  Everyone in the community is responsible and the develop team is very professional.  Easily one of the best coins of 2107.

In reference to the sweet-spot.  My Nodes and RPis make a stake each week with about 200 coins (experiment up or down). I have an expectation on return of electricity.  The master nodes still makes more than a staking node and I have a redundant wallet for the MN, but MN stakes are destined to become part of another MN some day.  In the mean time, I need them to stake.  The problem with trying to make an easy forcast schedule is staking confirmations take 640 blocks, stopping staking during that time plus an hour.  
Make a spreadsheet and You will have a good idea of your needs and best return.  Don’t forget to have fun.
Yeah, Diamond is one of the most profitable masternode-coins till now
https://masternodes.pro/stats/dmd

It is really promising for MN's owners.

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December 30, 2017, 07:15:37 AM
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DMD community, we have 1 spot open for DMD Diamond signature campaign! Please let me know if there are interested participants!


Hey guys,
 
DMD Diamond s about to start a small signature campaign and we would like to select and reward 4 members of our great community to be part of this project.
This campaign will last for 6 months with possibility or permanent extension, depending on the feedback we get from it.






Please do not apply for this campaign unless you usually spend time on Bitcointalk on a daily basis and post a lot since I would really hate to exclude participants for not following the rules.

Here are the rules:

1)      DMD Signature campaign will be open for Senior,  Hero and Legendary Bitcointalk ranks only.
 
2)      Bitcointalk account with negative reputation are not allowed to apply.
 
3)      Participants need to wear DMD signature all the time, no other link is allowed to be in their signature.
 
 
4)      Participants are required to post minimum 3 posts per day (90 posts per month minimum), exclusively on Bitcointalk forum, out of which minimum 1 post per day needs to be related to DMD (mention DMD Diamond in some way) and this DMD related post must not be posted on the official DMD Bitcointalk thread. - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=580725.0
In case you are not able to post your posts on any given day, you can do it the next day or any other day as long as your monthly sum is no less than 90 posts out of which 30 must be DMD related.
 
5)      Post in “Other” subsection (Meta, Politics and Society, Beginners&Help, Off-topic, Archival threads) do not count towards daily 3 posts requirement.
Please make sure to post on threads which are relevant to DMD, for example, “where to invest”, “cloudmining”, “PoS and masternode related threads”. This is not a strict rule as you can posts and get paid for posting on whatever topic you find interesting, excluding “Other” subsection, but threads related to DMD bring more people to the community and we all benefit from this.  
 
6)      All posts need to be of high quality, they need to be informational and related to the thread topic. No posts containing single word (example: Yes, No, Great! Etc), no posts containing just 1 sentence. (example:+1 What a great post!). Please do not try to cheat the system, I will be watching.
 
7)      Participants will be paid $150 per month in DMD, at the end of the month. Selected participants need to submit 1 DMD address for payments which is not allowed to be changed as long as members participate into this project.
 
7.1)      In case a participant decided to leave DMD signature campaign, they can do that only at the end of the month after they get paid. If a participant decides to quit any time during the month, they will not be paid for that month.
 
If you satisfy required criteria and listed requirements seem acceptable for you, please PM me. DMD Diamond team will select 4 people based on their post quality, account reputation and time of application. Once again, evaluate your free time and posting habits. I DO NOT WANT TO BE FORCED TO EXCLUDE PEOPLE FOR NOT FOLLOWING THESE RULES. Please do not make me so.

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I have a couple of stacks of diamonds. How do I equalize them so they have an equal chance to POS? Do I have to send from one wallet address to the other?

Also, if I reboot my computer does it effect my chance at staking?

My month to month staking isn't even close to being equal. I know there is a random factor to it. Just trying to figure out how it works.
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I have a couple of stacks of diamonds. How do I equalize them so they have an equal chance to POS? Do I have to send from one wallet address to the other?

Also, if I reboot my computer does it effect my chance at staking?

My month to month staking isn't even close to being equal. I know there is a random factor to it. Just trying to figure out how it works.

You can send all coins to one address (use coincontrol) and then split them into groups using the instrumetn split UTXO.
Read more about it here 14. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q14

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Hi i am currently setting up this Pi3 it came today.
i have installed jessie raspbian lite with etcher
and followed this guide  https://diamond-info.github.io/raspberry2.html   up until step 11

i have got IP address from this command ifconfig

inet addr:192.168.0.36

i opened terminal for this command
ssh USERNAME@ADDRESS

obviously i replaced username and address from above

i get this error  ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.36 port 22: Connection refused

I am trying the easy way to use those precompiled binarys they are also save on sd card now. Im trying to get the headless wallet working for staking 24/7 but how can i see balance with a gui? do i log in to web address to see balance?

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Hi i am currently setting up this Pi3 it came today.
i have installed jessie raspbian lite with etcher
and followed this guide  https://diamond-info.github.io/raspberry2.html   up until step 11

i have got IP address from this command ifconfig

inet addr:192.168.0.36

i opened terminal for this command
ssh USERNAME@ADDRESS

obviously i replaced username and address from above

i get this error  ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.36 port 22: Connection refused

I am trying the easy way to use those precompiled binarys they are also save on sd card now. Im trying to get the headless wallet working for staking 24/7 but how can i see balance with a gui? do i log in to web address to see balance?


You need to go to settings, connectivity and enable SSH connections on the Pi, for security reasons this is disabled by default.

Once it's working you can check balance with "./diamond-cli getinfo"

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December 31, 2017, 04:37:12 PM
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sorry how do i get into settings? i have a desktop terminal open with pi on hdmi for now is there a command to enable ssh?
Edit: i placed am empty file named ssh on root it now works for ssh.

Ok so i at a loss again now, i assuming using precompiled binarys i skip to step 19 which is

"initiate the wallet"

cd
cd Diamond/src
./diamondd

after "cd Diamond/src"      I get this error
"-bash: cd: Diamond/src: No such file or directory"

I have the 3 files downloaded from here
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NfjOYoIEZugazqFrZCQaruTJEkAqTzE7/view
 saved into the boot partition of SD card.

where do i go from here....?

ok so file path was wrong fixed it  used "username@raspberrypi:/boot $ ./diamondd"
which gave me this new error

-bash: ./diamondd: cannot execute binary file: Exec format error

Do i just need to run wallet now and setup password etc?
I cant get diamondd to run...


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Dear Diamond Community,

This has been a spectacular year for DMD Diamond and cryptocurrencies in general. The level of world wide adoption and acceptance of this new type of asset class has driven market caps to all time highs. So far this positive trend is likely to continue in 2018  which creates a tremendous opportunities and new possibilities. As crypto industry matures, we will see a greater market focus on established coins and long term quality projects. DMD Diamond with its 4.5 years history and experience is greatly poised for seizing this unique opportunity.
DMD Diamond has yet again proved to be an excellent hedge against crypto market volatility. In 2017 DMD was much better storage of wealth than BTC. Last year, BTC rose from  $963 to $14581$ which was a x15 increase while DMD increased from $0.20 to just over $20 making it an astronomical x91 increase in value. Such gains are unheard of in any investment product in classical nowadays economy that is open to ordinary unsolicited investors.

Nothing happens without a reason though. In 2017 DMD Diamond has significantly improved its fundamentals by releasing a Layer 2 network (Masternodes) on top of DMD Diamond blockchain and improved Proof of Stake mechanics to make the Diamond Network more useful, robust and safe. This development proved DMD Diamond team is constantly striving for making DMD a better storage of wealth and profit generating product for investment, hedging and trading.

The level of success of employing state of the art Masternode technology can be measured by the number of participants in the program. More than 50% of all issued DMD coins are locked in Masternodes making it over 130 nodes in total. Masternode owners get daily payouts with current investment return of 25% per year.
Even though 65% of each block reward is allocated to Masternodes and 35% to Proof of Stake, the former one is a very good earner too. The design of Layer 1 and Layer 2 reward scheme ensures that Proof of Stake stays rewarding with returns comparable to having a Masternode.

However, the development of Masternode technology will be a centre piece of creating an extended DMD ecosystem. Diamond Masternodes will be turned into utility nodes that facilitate additional services for DMD Diamond and others. This coming year will be one of the most exciting chapters of DMD Diamond development!

2017 was also a year when DMD Diamond became a fully self sufficient project. DMD team has launched a program of co-financing community based initiatives that add value to DMD Diamond. We've seen projects such as Shared Diamond Masternodes, Masternode hosting or a chronicle about DMD Diamond among the others to be supported by DMD Diamond Foundation.

What's more DMD was also much better represented in media this year with coordinated and sustained advertising campaign across multiple platforms and channels. This has brought awareness to this mature crypto gem which resulted in Diamond Community organically growing this year from 2000 followers on Twitter in January to over 11000 by the end of December; while Slack chat is now followed by over 600 people. It is the community that has formed around the idea of DMD we're the most proud of because DMD Diamond is not only the technology, the code, the mechanics, but also the people who support it, contribute to it and participate in it. 

DMD Diamond team would like to wholeheartedly wish you all a very Happy New Year with great profits and fulfilled dreams! Thanks for all the support and let's  keep making DMD the best blockchain based wealth storage and profit generation solution!

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