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October 11, 2014, 04:18:46 PM
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Is there a GPU & CPU mining performance comparison?
I'm mining with ~410H/s with a GTX 970 OC and 60% of 165W TDP.

Edit: Ah, I see. With OpenCL miner, Radeons are much faster.


There is a list of "Monero configurations" available at:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MI-ic0Os25hgGUImW54sUIjZY_pUNQNa_W8Se5pRGBs/edit?pli=1#gid=0

Everyone, please (again) update the list with our configs (btw, Claymore 9 is out).
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October 11, 2014, 05:27:50 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.
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October 11, 2014, 05:30:43 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
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October 11, 2014, 06:12:44 PM
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Is there any evidence, anecdotal or whatever, that can give some estimate  of how much Monero is being used for anonymous transactions for goods?

Are there good guides anywhere for using Monero in this way a safe, private, way using I2P etc?  It's not really obvious that there's a great deal of focus on these things..
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October 11, 2014, 06:16:18 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
There's one more stable miner with 0,7% fee http://club.dns-shop.ru/forum/?p=0&action=thread&id=96075
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October 11, 2014, 06:30:41 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
There's one more stable miner with 0,7% fee http://club.dns-shop.ru/forum/?p=0&action=thread&id=96075

I have no idea about that miner but I do know that I wouldn't trust a Newbie to point me to download anything. Beware.

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October 11, 2014, 06:32:39 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
There's one more stable miner with 0,7% fee http://club.dns-shop.ru/forum/?p=0&action=thread&id=96075

I have no idea about that miner but I do know that I wouldn't trust a Newbie to point me to download anything. Beware.



I am  also using that miner for a while now, didn't see any problems. Fee is even less than Claymore's miner.
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October 11, 2014, 06:35:56 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
There's one more stable miner with 0,7% fee http://club.dns-shop.ru/forum/?p=0&action=thread&id=96075

I have no idea about that miner but I do know that I wouldn't trust a Newbie to point me to download anything. Beware.



I am  also using that miner for a while now, didn't see any problems. Fee is even less than Claymore's miner.

Everyone can make his or her own risk assessment, but if I were downloading a binary (at least I assume it is a binary) from some unknown source I would at a minimum only do it on a computer without any data I care about, and definitely no wallets (XMR or otherwise).

It might be just fine, or it might not. Pretty hard to tell.

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October 11, 2014, 06:40:29 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
There's one more stable miner with 0,7% fee http://club.dns-shop.ru/forum/?p=0&action=thread&id=96075

I have no idea about that miner but I do know that I wouldn't trust a Newbie to point me to download anything. Beware.



I am  also using that miner for a while now, didn't see any problems. Fee is even less than Claymore's miner.

Everyone can make his or her own risk assessment, but if I were downloading a binary (at least I assume it is a binary) from some unknown source I would at a minimum only do it on a computer without any data I care about, and definitely no wallets (XMR or otherwise).

It might be just fine, or it might not. Pretty hard to tell.



Good point, though i am using it on my rigs that hold no data whatsoever, so yeah, people should stick with known stuff on private computers.
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October 11, 2014, 06:52:00 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
There's one more stable miner with 0,7% fee http://club.dns-shop.ru/forum/?p=0&action=thread&id=96075

I have no idea about that miner but I do know that I wouldn't trust a Newbie to point me to download anything. Beware.



I am  also using that miner for a while now, didn't see any problems. Fee is even less than Claymore's miner.

Everyone can make his or her own risk assessment, but if I were downloading a binary (at least I assume it is a binary) from some unknown source I would at a minimum only do it on a computer without any data I care about, and definitely no wallets (XMR or otherwise).

It might be just fine, or it might not. Pretty hard to tell.



Good point, though i am using it on my rigs that hold no data whatsoever, so yeah, people should stick with known stuff on private computers.
I agree but...must say all crypto world is based on trust and it is hard to choose..we trusted Mintpal (moolah) and now....we lose our coins...
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October 11, 2014, 06:57:53 PM
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Is there any way to avoid the auto-saving of the blockchain every 12 hours in bitmonerod?

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October 11, 2014, 08:38:57 PM
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Is there any way to avoid the auto-saving of the blockchain every 12 hours in bitmonerod?

No

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October 11, 2014, 08:44:18 PM
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How does the cryptonote (XMR) code stand up to bitcoin as far as transaction volume?  How many transactions per second can it handle in comparison to bitcoin?

I'm asking this question again ... (I know that XMR is an implimentation of the cryptonote coin with it's own added code ... thanks david)

It's tough to say - what's the bottle-neck with Bitcoin, and what's the bottleneck with Monero?

If it's verification speed...well, single-thread transaction verification with Monero does ~25-40tx's a second on an average PC, multi-threaded verification increase that substantially. If it's network latency, then Monero and Bitcoin have the same bottleneck. There's a lot of moving parts in Bitcoin and in Monero, and we have plenty of time to think and research and test before Monero reaches anything even close to Bitcoin's current transaction volume, forget about more. We do have the advantage of dynamic parameters (like the dynamically adjusting block size), so the move to a greater number of transactions is going to be a lot less "harsh".

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October 11, 2014, 08:50:55 PM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
There's one more stable miner with 0,7% fee http://club.dns-shop.ru/forum/?p=0&action=thread&id=96075

I have no idea about that miner but I do know that I wouldn't trust a Newbie to point me to download anything. Beware.



I am  also using that miner for a while now, didn't see any problems. Fee is even less than Claymore's miner.

Everyone can make his or her own risk assessment, but if I were downloading a binary (at least I assume it is a binary) from some unknown source I would at a minimum only do it on a computer without any data I care about, and definitely no wallets (XMR or otherwise).

It might be just fine, or it might not. Pretty hard to tell.



Good point, though i am using it on my rigs that hold no data whatsoever, so yeah, people should stick with known stuff on private computers.
I agree but...must say all crypto world is based on trust and it is hard to choose..we trusted Mintpal (moolah) and now....we lose our coins...

This isn't confirmed though is it?

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October 12, 2014, 03:34:06 AM
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9.1 is Very nice. Whats the latest for CPU? still using YAM from june.

There are 3 miners, wolf's, claymore's and yam. Yam is going to release update soon.
There's one more stable miner with 0,7% fee http://club.dns-shop.ru/forum/?p=0&action=thread&id=96075

I have no idea about that miner but I do know that I wouldn't trust a Newbie to point me to download anything. Beware.



I am  also using that miner for a while now, didn't see any problems. Fee is even less than Claymore's miner.

Everyone can make his or her own risk assessment, but if I were downloading a binary (at least I assume it is a binary) from some unknown source I would at a minimum only do it on a computer without any data I care about, and definitely no wallets (XMR or otherwise).

It might be just fine, or it might not. Pretty hard to tell.



Good point, though i am using it on my rigs that hold no data whatsoever, so yeah, people should stick with known stuff on private computers.
I agree but...must say all crypto world is based on trust and it is hard to choose..we trusted Mintpal (moolah) and now....we lose our coins...

This isn't confirmed though is it?

Nothing yet confirmed, maybe you could try to PM moolah on irc. He is in the #dogecoin and #bitcoin channel.

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October 12, 2014, 04:16:49 AM
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I'm just wondering, is work still progressing on the database and the GUI?
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October 12, 2014, 06:47:31 AM
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I got a reply from Mintpal.

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Hi there,
I apologize for the delayed reply. XMR (Monero) is one of the coins where the daemon was having issues at the time of launch. The devs are working hard to get it up and running as soon as possible. Your balance is still there and your coins are safe.
Thank you for your patience
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October 12, 2014, 09:06:22 AM
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I got a reply from Mintpal.

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Hi there,
I apologize for the delayed reply. XMR (Monero) is one of the coins where the daemon was having issues at the time of launch. The devs are working hard to get it up and running as soon as possible. Your balance is still there and your coins are safe.
Thank you for your patience
Good for you....I got response too (4 days after e-mail them)
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Thank you for your email. Your issue has been passed to the migration team for investigation, and will be dealt with as a matter of urgency.Thank you for your patience with this issue.
That was before 6 day, meanwhile i wrote them on twitter and nothing happened. Still cant login to my account.
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October 12, 2014, 10:02:10 AM
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I'm just wondering, is work still progressing on the database and the GUI?

Yes

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October 12, 2014, 12:06:52 PM
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I got a reply from Mintpal.

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Hi there,
I apologize for the delayed reply. XMR (Monero) is one of the coins where the daemon was having issues at the time of launch. The devs are working hard to get it up and running as soon as possible. Your balance is still there and your coins are safe.
Thank you for your patience
Good for you....I got response too (4 days after e-mail them)
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Thank you for your email. Your issue has been passed to the migration team for investigation, and will be dealt with as a matter of urgency.Thank you for your patience with this issue.
That was before 6 day, meanwhile i wrote them on twitter and nothing happened. Still cant login to my account.

I feel for you. I went through a similar experience with Coinmarket.io. I only lost 0.5 BTC which was about $300AUD at the time, but my only true regret is wasting so much time and energy chasing a forlorn hope.
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