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May 05, 2014, 03:20:18 PM
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May 05, 2014, 04:25:04 PM
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Just another scheme, bribe us and we'll add you to the list.

are you saying that you don't agree with using cryptocurrency as a tool to acquire support?
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May 05, 2014, 04:47:55 PM
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What are you using for config settings on miners?
I use a standard configuration - contents of the file diamond.conf
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rpcuser=YYY
rpcpassword=XXX
rpcallowip=*
rpcport=9010
daemon=1
server=1
gen=0
maxconnections=100
addnode=213.229.0.41
addnode=193.77.159.166
addnode=113.168.158.16
addnode=193.68.21.19

What are you using to launch sgminer? Can you post the command line arguments?
standard settings for cards 7970
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sgminer.exe -k groestlcoin -o http://192.168.1.10:9010 -u YYY -p XXX --gpu-engine 1100 --gpu-memclock 550 --shaders 2048 --thread-concurrency 8192  -I 20 -g 1 --worksize 256 --lookup-gap 0 --gpu-fan 40-100 --auto-fan --temp-target 60

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May 05, 2014, 04:56:22 PM
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What are you using for config settings on miners?
I use a standard configuration - contents of the file diamond.conf
Code:
rpcuser=YYY
rpcpassword=XXX
rpcallowip=*
rpcport=9010
daemon=1
server=1
gen=0
maxconnections=100
addnode=213.229.0.41
addnode=193.77.159.166
addnode=113.168.158.16
addnode=193.68.21.19

What are you using to launch sgminer? Can you post the command line arguments?
standard settings for cards 7970
Code:
sgminer.exe -k groestlcoin -o http://192.168.1.10:9010 -u YYY -p XXX --gpu-engine 1100 --gpu-memclock 550 --shaders 2048 --thread-concurrency 8192  -I 20 -g 1 --worksize 256 --lookup-gap 0 --gpu-fan 40-100 --auto-fan --temp-target 60


you chose a nonstandard port? Make sure your firewall is either off or configured correctly for that port. try this:

save this as dmd.bat in your folder containing sgminer.exe. These settings are for my sapphire 290x, so be sure to research good parameters for your hardware.

setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
sgminer.exe -k groestlcoin -o 192.168.2.2:17772 -u YourUsername -p YourPassword --xintensity 400 -g 1 --thread-concurrency 24512 -w 512 --auto-fan --temp-target 82 --lookup-gap 0 --difficulty-multiplier 0.0039062500


then, in %appdata%\diamond\diamond.conf use this. Please update your class B ip address. Also, I think it's wise to use the standard port.

rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.2.2
rpcuser=YourUsername
rpcpassword=YourPassword
rpcport=17772
addnode=213.229.0.41
addnode=193.77.159.166
addnode=113.168.158.16
addnode=193.68.21.19
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
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May 05, 2014, 05:13:57 PM
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you chose a nonstandard port? Make sure your firewall is either off or configured correctly for that port. try this:

I have everything works fine - why should I use port 17772? Inland ports on the computer can be any - it does not not affect anything.
I use this port for the production of various coins and never had any problems.

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you chose a nonstandard port? Make sure your firewall is either off or configured correctly for that port. try this:

I have everything works fine - why should I use port 17772? Inland ports on the computer can be any - it does not not affect anything.
I use this port for the production of various coins and never had any problems.


Yep you're right, but in general its a good idea not to deviate from the default values unless there's a conflict. That's true in all computing, not just mining cryptocurrency.

But, the point is that you're working fine so my comments are not necessary Smiley

What's the update on those pools? are they still no worky?  Personally, I don't care a whole lot but their difficulties may be part of the reason that price is slipping.
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May 05, 2014, 05:31:14 PM
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The community should give the dev some credit  what other coin has switch algorithm... none so its  expected to have some problems they are working hard on it  ya it's been a week but we all have lifes familys and jobs too 
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May 05, 2014, 05:42:34 PM
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The community should give the dev some credit  what other coin has switch algorithm... none so its  expected to have some problems they are working hard on it  ya it's been a week but we all have lifes familys and jobs too  

+1, I've got no complaints. Nothing goes perfectly but I think this task went surprisingly well... most of us are solomining just fine. Its the pools that are jacked up and newbs that can't figure it out despite an abundance of free information and personal assistance from everyone..
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May 05, 2014, 06:53:19 PM
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I strongly disagree. The devs get paid. (The ominous 5% someone stated before) This is a commercial product.
If Microsoft releases something crappy everyone bashes Microsoft. It's just the same here.

Additionally your argument regarding solo mining is not valid at all. Only people with huge rigs can really solo mine. I tried that myself.
Pools for CPU coins are the only way your average non-freak user can participate.
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May 05, 2014, 07:19:33 PM
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I strongly disagree. The devs get paid. (The ominous 5% someone stated before) This is a commercial product.
If Microsoft releases something crappy everyone bashes Microsoft. It's just the same here.

Additionally your argument regarding solo mining is not valid at all. Only people with huge rigs can really solo mine. I tried that myself.
Pools for CPU coins are the only way your average non-freak user can participate.

I understand your frustration. Your frustration is completely valid.

However, I instead of being a stick in the mud, I'd try to spend my energy creating and moving toward a solution to this challenge. You do admit there are plenty of people, little fish like you and me, who are figuring out a way to make it work, don't you?

I hardly think I'm a freak for having one nice graphic card on a standard intel i7 4770windows 7/ubuntu workstation.
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May 05, 2014, 07:28:10 PM
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I have a silly question for anyone familiar with the mining aspect of DMD.

I show one of my blocks solved having been received from an new address. All the other blocks are from the same address. Why?
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May 05, 2014, 07:30:17 PM
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The community is great yeah.
But you can't possibly be serious about solo mining this way. Never
Not at this difficulty.
Well maybe if you can mine 24/7. And don't mind the whole rig pulling more power than DMD is worth right now. (yes I know groestl needs less blabla it still needs tons of it)

Whatever, price is tanking right now because of this. Not "precious".

The 5% thing seriously hit me when I read that though. If DMD wants to be a real commodity for storing wealth and sees BTC in use for normal transactions, then think 100-1000 times the price of bitcoin as a target. Or more.
Just calulate how frickin much money the devs get paid if it works.

If everything works as planned, then OK. Fine. Get rich of it and be happy. But then the product needs to be UBER quality to justify that.
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May 05, 2014, 07:35:08 PM
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Just another scheme, bribe us and we'll add you to the list.

are you saying that you don't agree with using cryptocurrency as a tool to acquire support?

no he is saying exchanges will add DMD without us paying them to do so.......

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May 05, 2014, 07:42:39 PM
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The 5% thing seriously hit me when I read that though. If DMD wants to be a real commodity for storing wealth and sees BTC in use for normal transactions, then think 100-1000 times the price of bitcoin as a target. Or more.
Just calulate how frickin much money the devs get paid if it works.


just calculate how frickin much money u get out of it when u mine dmd and hold them

and then say again having a full team of people working to make this coin a success isnt worth u the foundation support share

if not u can easy vote against dmd by mining somewhere else and reduce difficulty for people who like the diamond coin setup


and keep in mind its only 5% of mining all future pos rewards are not affected at all

if u wana avoid creating foundation support by mining

mine something else sell it and buy dmd

this way u create not foundation support but buy demand

there is no way getting ur hands on diamonds without supporting the coin

and this is good so and by design a important coin feature


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May 05, 2014, 07:43:10 PM
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I strongly disagree. The devs get paid. (The ominous 5% someone stated before) This is a commercial product.
If Microsoft releases something crappy everyone bashes Microsoft. It's just the same here.

Additionally your argument regarding solo mining is not valid at all. Only people with huge rigs can really solo mine. I tried that myself.
Pools for CPU coins are the only way your average non-freak user can participate.

I understand your frustration. Your frustration is completely valid.

However, I instead of being a stick in the mud, I'd try to spend my energy creating and moving toward a solution to this challenge. You do admit there are plenty of people, little fish like you and me, who are figuring out a way to make it work, don't you?

I hardly think I'm a freak for having one nice graphic card on a standard intel i7 4770windows 7/ubuntu workstation.

blablabla... asics are out of the (diamond) game, pools are not working yet (perhaps some hidden pools, but this doesn't matter)

Only people with huge rigs can really solo mine. I tried that myself.

Lol, this is the best time for all solo miners! I got 8 coins the last 24h with 2x7950 - and 12 coins with 1x5970 and 1x7950. Check http://www.cryptocoinsinfo.com/, time for solo mining.

Stop crying, go solo or buy some. Stop bashing Diamondcoin or the devs.

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May 05, 2014, 07:57:24 PM
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The community is great yeah.
But you can't possibly be serious about solo mining this way. Never
Not at this difficulty.
Well maybe if you can mine 24/7. And don't mind the whole rig pulling more power than DMD is worth right now. (yes I know groestl needs less blabla it still needs tons of it)

Whatever, price is tanking right now because of this. Not "precious".

The 5% thing seriously hit me when I read that though. If DMD wants to be a real commodity for storing wealth and sees BTC in use for normal transactions, then think 100-1000 times the price of bitcoin as a target. Or more.
Just calulate how frickin much money the devs get paid if it works.

If everything works as planned, then OK. Fine. Get rich of it and be happy. But then the product needs to be UBER quality to justify that.

For the rest of our benefit can you explain your understanding of this 5% profit the devs are being paid?
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May 05, 2014, 07:58:24 PM
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I strongly disagree. The devs get paid. (The ominous 5% someone stated before) This is a commercial product.
If Microsoft releases something crappy everyone bashes Microsoft. It's just the same here.

Additionally your argument regarding solo mining is not valid at all. Only people with huge rigs can really solo mine. I tried that myself.
Pools for CPU coins are the only way your average non-freak user can participate.

I understand your frustration. Your frustration is completely valid.

However, I instead of being a stick in the mud, I'd try to spend my energy creating and moving toward a solution to this challenge. You do admit there are plenty of people, little fish like you and me, who are figuring out a way to make it work, don't you?

I hardly think I'm a freak for having one nice graphic card on a standard intel i7 4770windows 7/ubuntu workstation.

blablabla... asics are out of the (diamond) game, pools are not working yet (perhaps some hidden pools, but this doesn't matter)

Only people with huge rigs can really solo mine. I tried that myself.

Lol, this is the best time for all solo miners! I got 8 coins the last 24h with 2x7950 - and 12 coins with 1x5970 and 1x7950. Check http://www.cryptocoinsinfo.com/, time for solo mining.

Stop crying, go solo or buy some. Stop bashing Diamondcoin or the devs.

yeah i don't know enough to have an opinion on the ethics of this dev 5% thing, but I am solomining and grabbing up as many DMD as i can before diff hits high
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May 05, 2014, 08:01:47 PM
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I am posting so much because its lucky. most of the time right aftger i post i mine a block. J/K ! fallacy... we all have the same luck in the end.

But I did solve one after my last post... I'm up to 18 DMD.

How is everyone else solomining doing?
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The 5% thing seriously hit me when I read that though. If DMD wants to be a real commodity for storing wealth and sees BTC in use for normal transactions, then think 100-1000 times the price of bitcoin as a target. Or more.
Just calulate how frickin much money the devs get paid if it works.

Not exactly. The mandatory 5% dev mining fee only concerns the creation of new coins trough mining via PoW. It does not apply to PoS. So if you already own DMD and it generates stake rewards (that is, interest), the dev gets nothing. Devs get nothing from transactions as well. So nothing prevents DMD to be used for transactions.

I do agree however, that the fee and the mechanics behind it all should have been communicated better to the community. But no one was born knowing everything beforehand.

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