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Author Topic: [ANN] ¤ DMD Diamond 3.0 | Scarce ¤ Valuable ¤ Secure | PoS 3.0 | Masternodes 65%  (Read 1181244 times)
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July 23, 2014, 01:55:51 PM
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So, over a half million blocks generated now. And everything looking good for the next half million  Smiley
Well done devs and many thanks, for all the hard work that's behind this (little) milestone, to everyone who deserves it.

Just out of curiousity I wonder who found block 500.000?  Wink Anyone? It wasn't me....

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July 23, 2014, 03:30:45 PM
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So, over a half million blocks generated now. And everything looking good for the next half million  Smiley
Well done devs and many thanks, for all the hard work that's behind this (little) milestone, to everyone who deserves it.

Just out of curiousity I wonder who found block 500.000?  Wink Anyone? It wasn't me....

i wait for july 26 i did estimate 100000 DMD minted first month via POS
but it seems we have a bunch of lazy stakeholders we just a bit over 20000 POS generated coin since 26 june

people dont be to lazy! get newest wallet and finally claim ur POS rewards!

i know some dudes sitting on diamond mountains and didnt care update wallet and claim pos rewards until yet
DO IT

u waste all the future POS rewards of ur NOW created POS coins



 
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July 23, 2014, 03:36:42 PM
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Vote for Diamond DMD on

click pic or this link https://www.mintpal.com/voting#DMD

dont spend BTC for voting! (better spend btc to buy more dmd   Cool )
create a mintpal account deposite some little btc amount buy some other coins
(or deposit and sell some other coins which are traded at mintpal)
after that u able to vote each hour for free
once u did one trade on mintpal u allowed to vote each hour without need to pay


place #126 now

i set a bounty from my own wallet (not foundation)

paying 1 DMD to everyone who reached a new rank

so first one reporting #125 and walletaddress
@ http://bit.diamonds/community/index.php/topic,16.0.html
gets 1 DMD by me (or alex if he faster and ninja rewarding again)

IMPORTANT only claim rewards on
http://bit.diamonds/community/index.php/topic,16.0.html


Dont forget our Design Contest!

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Announcement: Design Contest

beat https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=580725.msg7964250#msg7964250

which failed to follow the requirement

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we wont change the coin as main logo itself
(or just in a very similar improved version)

so if u think u can do better
and stay with design and color scheme that fit to our coin logo and our website
http://bit.diamonds/promo.html

please show us ur skills

we will pay some DMD for each serious attempt and at least 200 DMD for the great winner!
(required is logo (have to be very close to original) buttons and icons for ANN thread
and some examples of promo banners where we get all the used art modules to create more similar looking banners)


contest will run over a month we will select winner in first week of september


 
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July 23, 2014, 06:10:09 PM
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Just out of curiousity I wonder who found block 500.000?  Wink Anyone? It wasn't me....

This block is interesting.
It may have been mined at a pool. With 8.4% fee.

Or, solo mined by someone who uses an miner contributing 8.4% of their hash rate to someone else (a "dev"?). Wonder if that miner is aware.. Smiley

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July 23, 2014, 06:18:41 PM
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Just out of curiousity I wonder who found block 500.000?  Wink Anyone? It wasn't me....

This block is interesting.
It may have been mined at a pool. With 8.4% fee.

Or, solo mined by someone who uses an miner contributing 8.4% of their hash rate to someone else (a "dev"?). Wonder if that miner is aware.. Smiley

srcxxx pool if I remember correctly had hidden fees ...
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July 23, 2014, 07:27:29 PM
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im proud to announce the open beta of
http://multipool.bit.diamonds/
the ticket/lottery system will follow when open beta ends
but beside that its full functional u will earn diamonds already
finally a way earn diamonds with ur sha256 and scrypt asics too


 
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July 23, 2014, 08:02:25 PM
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Testing "multipool".
LOL I have been doing the same with wafflepool and buying DMD.
I would assume daily payouts since that's what WP does.
Also be aware WP has a minimum daily payout threshold of 0.005 BTC
and weekly of 0.0005 BTC (on sunday) for slower miners.
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July 23, 2014, 08:35:08 PM
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Just out of curiousity I wonder who found block 500.000?  Wink Anyone? It wasn't me....

This block is interesting.
It may have been mined at a pool. With 8.4% fee.

Or, solo mined by someone who uses an miner contributing 8.4% of their hash rate to someone else (a "dev"?). Wonder if that miner is aware.. Smiley

srcxxx pool if I remember correctly had hidden fees ...


and the best part u independent from closed source miners like the grs-sgminer..... and their strange forced pool hidden fee policy

Yes, a strange policy indeed. I tested the grsminer on some older cards a while ago and got lower results than with the sphminer. It felt like I was "giving away" 7-8% of my hashrate, hmm.

So.... Curiosity finally leads to Enlightenment (??)

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July 23, 2014, 10:11:25 PM
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On second thought I think I'll stick to Solo mining Smiley  
My reason:  By having multipool mining via BTC pools, difficulty should actually go down for actual groestl miners  Grin
And indeed this is true  Grin (OZ has been revealed from behind the curtains) L)
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July 23, 2014, 10:22:56 PM
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On second thought I think I'll stick to Solo mining Smiley  
My reason:  By having multipool mining via BTC pools, difficulty should actually go down for actual groestl miners  Grin
And indeed this is true  Grin

its easy just try both and compare

if ya have two similar rigs let them make a competition

for me until yet i clear earn more DMD by use the multipool

 
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July 23, 2014, 10:28:14 PM
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On second thought I think I'll stick to Solo mining Smiley  
My reason:  By having multipool mining via BTC pools, difficulty should actually go down for actual groestl miners  Grin
And indeed this is true  Grin

its easy just try both and compare

if ya have two similar rigs let them make a competition

for me until yet i clear earn more DMD by use the multipool

For me mining DMD with a single 7950 on multipool it would take a week to see a payout as I posted earlier about payout thresholds for WP.
Mining Solo groestl I see coins every day Smiley and no transactions fees (2 times via WP multipool and another to convert to DMD ... messy LOL).

Good luck with multipool Smiley It's advantageous for me with lowered real groestl mining difficulty Smiley
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July 24, 2014, 02:06:03 AM
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It's a great thing to have a multipool. Mining in groestl is still quite productive while now you can use your scrypt asics or bitcoin asics for mining diamond. I see that as the main advantage. I don't know why you would use x11 or x13 on the MP when you can just groestl yourself, but I guess it can have it merits.

It should definitely boost our economy as a whole and enter new people into the market.

Absolutely great addition
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July 24, 2014, 04:19:13 AM
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I don't know why you would use x11 or x13 on the MP when you can just groestl yourself, but I guess it can have it merits.

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Absolutely great addition

I would imagine NiceHash or Wafflepool being multipools with settings to mine the most profitable coins at the time and jumping from one algorithm to the other.

Yep, great addition, will certainly come handy for those who invested in ASICs or have nice GPU farm and are addicted to Multipools. Diamond reaches new audience this way.

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For me mining DMD with a single 7950 on multipool it would take a week to see a payout as I posted earlier about payout thresholds for WP.
Mining Solo groestl I see coins every day Smiley and no transactions fees (2 times via WP multipool and another to convert to DMD ... messy LOL).

Good luck with multipool Smiley It's advantageous for me with lowered real groestl mining difficulty Smiley

might be true for low daily hashrate

i with like 120mhash groestl

get more dmd if i use the multipool

because dmd still way undervalued on market and cheap to buy

 
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July 24, 2014, 02:46:01 PM
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What is the correct way of building the static headless client?

I've tried:

make STATIC=1 -f ....

with or without -static-libgcc and -static-libstdc++

but it doesn't statically link libc and libgcc,

with STATIC=all

it fails on linking libgcc_s

but before I go on linking manually or whatever, maybe it's easier than that...

EDIT: got it! this is the working commandline:

LDFLAGS='-static-libgcc' STATIC='all' make -f ....

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July 24, 2014, 08:24:34 PM
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Instead of providing the documents on headless client compilation as promised, I will save the hassle to the interested people by sharing statically compiled binaries.

I have successfully built the wallet using gnuroot and the Debian weezy image on a nexus 5 phone.
It should work on most android devices and I have tested it with success on the qnap nas.

Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be any performance advantage even though the compiler used is much newer than the qnap native one (gcc 4.6 vs 4.2).

Here is the link to the public folder containing the wallet:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/si94t02tb8fjcq6/AAANVDqdx8FpnAeQRcNX5wOda

If there is interest, I can write a doc on how to run on android, even though it'll never be simple, unless there is a GUI to use it with.

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July 25, 2014, 04:20:51 AM
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I have come to notice that Nicehash multipool sees my hashrate more accurately than WafflePool multipool even though I was mining on Wafflepool SEA's (South East Asia) stratum. In fact Wafflepool seems to see only ~8Mh out of my ~14Mh while Nicehash sees around ~12/13 Mh.

I am mining x11 with 6 x GTX 750 Ti.

I am happy I didn't mine too long with Wafflepool.

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July 25, 2014, 05:16:33 AM
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What is the correct way of building the static headless client?

I come across this "need" when building FreeBSD binaries, because I usually run wallets in virtual machines with very barebones OS install. For me, all that was necessary was to add STATIC=1 to the Makefile.

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July 25, 2014, 07:36:15 AM
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I have come to notice that Nicehash multipool sees my hashrate more accurately than WafflePool multipool even though I was mining on Wafflepool SEA's (South East Asia) stratum. In fact Wafflepool seems to see only ~8Mh out of my ~14Mh while Nicehash sees around ~12/13 Mh.

I am mining x11 with 6 x GTX 750 Ti.

I am happy I didn't mine too long with Wafflepool.

i guess it will be switch between them from time to time
some times one might be under ddos attack sometime some might have a significant higher payout for a algo
sometime one just perform better

its good if we share feedback here about what algo on what pool is best at the moment

 
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July 25, 2014, 07:48:26 AM
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UPDATE:
looks like the system already starts to generate lotto numbers for the first drawing of 100 DMD multipool lotto
i cant gurantee the numbers will stay as its still work in progress
but if possible we keep them
so if everything runs good u earn already lotto tickets for first drawing!

happy mining fellow diamond digger!

im proud to announce the open beta of
http://multipool.bit.diamonds/
the ticket/lottery system will follow when open beta ends
but beside that its full functional u will earn diamonds already
finally a way earn diamonds with ur sha256 and scrypt asics too



 
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