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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4630602 times)
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May 16, 2014, 07:47:40 PM
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do you guys have a website, logo? I cant seem to find it anywhere..

edit: nvm found the site  Grin
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May 16, 2014, 07:52:50 PM
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i'm also waitting for a optimized cpu minning tool, it seems that somebody has that version, now it's unfair for vs whice use the old tool~~

Why would you do that when mining with the existing miner is still very profitable? (And I would add does not risk wasting your time mining unspendable coins or other problems, as happened to people using another too-hastily-released mining tool.) Testing is good. Be patient.



I mined with 4x Core i7 3770 for four days straight and didn't find a block. doesn't seem profitable to me. was I just unlucky?
probably just unlucky, that's why the pools are nice
http://extremepool.org

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May 16, 2014, 07:57:55 PM
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i'm also waitting for a optimized cpu minning tool, it seems that somebody has that version, now it's unfair for vs whice use the old tool~~

Why would you do that when mining with the existing miner is still very profitable? (And I would add does not risk wasting your time mining unspendable coins or other problems, as happened to people using another too-hastily-released mining tool.) Testing is good. Be patient.



I mined with 4x Core i7 3770 for four days straight and didn't find a block. doesn't seem profitable to me. was I just unlucky?

Of course. No calculations required even. If you get no blocks, that is always below expectation. If you get some blocks, then you need to look at actual numbers to figure out luck. If you don't want to be patient, use a pool. I recommend that small scale miners just be patient though, and avoid possible issues with pool integrity and efficiency. If you expect to get 2 coins per day, that around $1. Whether you get that dollar or not (or get more) is unlikely to make or break you. Large scale miners can solo mine. It's the guys in the middle who really need pools.


 

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May 16, 2014, 07:58:06 PM
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New Pool up...
http://extremepool.org

let me know what you think

has potential! I get the following error after a couple minutes:

2014-May-16 20:55:35.570200 READ ENDS: Success. bytes_tr: 216
2014-May-16 20:55:35.583201 -->>http_stream_filter::parse_cached_header(*)
2014-May-16 20:55:35.596201 <<--http_stream_filter::parse_cached_header(*)
2014-May-16 20:55:35.606202 Job didn't change
2014-May-16 20:55:36.066228 Share found: nonce=ad000000 for job=758519820077344, submitting...
2014-May-16 20:55:37.075286 Timed out socket
2014-May-16 20:55:37.087287 READ ENDS: Connection err_code 1236
2014-May-16 20:55:37.101287 Problems at read: The network connection was aborted by the local system
2014-May-16 20:55:37.111288 Unexpected reciec fail
2014-May-16 20:55:37.118288 Returning false because of wrong state machine. state: 5
2014-May-16 20:55:37.128289 Failed to invoke http request to  /
2014-May-16 20:55:37.133289 Failed to submit share! disconnect and sleep....
2014-May-16 20:55:38.140347 Getting next job...
2014-May-16 20:55:38.150347 Reconnecting...
2014-May-16 20:55:38.902391 READ ENDS: Success. bytes_tr: 206
2014-May-16 20:55:38.915391 -->>http_stream_filter::parse_cached_header(*)
2014-May-16 20:55:38.928392 <<--http_stream_filter::parse_cached_header(*)
2014-May-16 20:55:38.936392 ERROR C:\Temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\storages/http_abstract_invoke.h:112 RPC call of "getjob" returned error: -1, message: Unauthenticated
2014-May-16 20:55:38.955394 Can't get new job! Disconnect and sleep....
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May 16, 2014, 07:58:46 PM
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why is this shit so hard to use? it's not much better than a premine if no fucker can use it because the relevant tools and info, are all too scattered and inaccessible.

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May 16, 2014, 08:02:26 PM
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New Pool up...
http://extremepool.org

let me know what you think

has potential! I get the following error after a couple minutes:

2014-May-16 20:55:35.570200 READ ENDS: Success. bytes_tr: 216
2014-May-16 20:55:35.583201 -->>http_stream_filter::parse_cached_header(*)
2014-May-16 20:55:35.596201 <<--http_stream_filter::parse_cached_header(*)
2014-May-16 20:55:35.606202 Job didn't change
2014-May-16 20:55:36.066228 Share found: nonce=ad000000 for job=758519820077344, submitting...
2014-May-16 20:55:37.075286 Timed out socket
2014-May-16 20:55:37.087287 READ ENDS: Connection err_code 1236
2014-May-16 20:55:37.101287 Problems at read: The network connection was aborted by the local system
2014-May-16 20:55:37.111288 Unexpected reciec fail
2014-May-16 20:55:37.118288 Returning false because of wrong state machine. state: 5
2014-May-16 20:55:37.128289 Failed to invoke http request to  /
2014-May-16 20:55:37.133289 Failed to submit share! disconnect and sleep....
2014-May-16 20:55:38.140347 Getting next job...
2014-May-16 20:55:38.150347 Reconnecting...
2014-May-16 20:55:38.902391 READ ENDS: Success. bytes_tr: 206
2014-May-16 20:55:38.915391 -->>http_stream_filter::parse_cached_header(*)
2014-May-16 20:55:38.928392 <<--http_stream_filter::parse_cached_header(*)
2014-May-16 20:55:38.936392 ERROR C:\Temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\storages/http_abstract_invoke.h:112 RPC call of "getjob" returned error: -1, message: Unauthenticated
2014-May-16 20:55:38.955394 Can't get new job! Disconnect and sleep....
Hmm... I've mining there for almost two hours with no issues
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May 16, 2014, 08:03:44 PM
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why is this shit so hard to use? it's not much better than a premine if no fucker can use it because the relevant tools and info, are all too scattered and inaccessible.

well you can try and read the OP and monero.cc guides to find out or you can always try better coins like Pandacoin, ComedyGoldcoin, Fuckcoin, Kumacoin, Failcoin and the rest if that suits you better.

P.S. try to maybe ask a question of what you dont understnad here or on IRC...
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May 16, 2014, 08:04:16 PM
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why is this shit so hard to use? it's not much better than a premine if no fucker can use it because the relevant tools and info, are all too scattered and inaccessible.

Because, unlike almost every other altcoin out there, this isn't just a copy/paste clone that already has all the tools/infrastructure built up around it. People are going to actually have to build things from scratch. This is the very reason why this coin will stand out amongst a sea of crap--it's different.

Is it hard to use? Yes, it isn't exactly easy. But some genius programmer will probably decide to solve the problem and then we'll get a proper miner. We just need to give it time. This isn't a pump/dump, but rather something that will actually provide benefit to the users once it is more robust.
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May 16, 2014, 08:04:37 PM
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why is this shit so hard to use? it's not much better than a premine if no fucker can use it because the relevant tools and info, are all too scattered and inaccessible.

You should persist. Instructions here are quite straightforward: http://www.monero.cc/

It's a new type of coin. Not a clone of bitcoin. So, it needs developed. You could just be glad you have the chance to get in early  Roll Eyes
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May 16, 2014, 08:08:01 PM
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2014-May-16 20:55:38.936392 ERROR C:\Temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\storages/http_abstract_invoke.h:112 RPC call of "getjob" returned error: -1, message: Unauthenticated
2014-May-16 20:55:38.955394 Can't get new job! Disconnect and sleep....

This is one reason I recommend just be patient and solo mine if you are a small scale miner. You avoid all problems with pools, not just integrity and hacks, but also one more layer of bugs on top of the coin software itself.

(Your hash rate is likely zero at this point.)

With that said, I may launch a pool for Monero once the pool software is reliable enough for me to recommend it. It will have some features that are unique anywhere in the crypto space. If you want an invite send me a PM with "pool invite" in the subject.

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May 16, 2014, 08:08:53 PM
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Bittrex is considering adding BCN (https://twitter.com/BittrexExchange/status/466682497544122368). Contact them about adding Monero. The more people that contact, the better.
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May 16, 2014, 08:17:46 PM
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I will close the Giveaway at 01:00 UST.

So get your free MRO today, before it's too late. Reddit thread

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May 16, 2014, 08:18:39 PM
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2014-May-16 20:55:38.936392 ERROR C:\Temp\bytecoin\git\bitmonero-master\contrib\epee\include\storages/http_abstract_invoke.h:112 RPC call of "getjob" returned error: -1, message: Unauthenticated
2014-May-16 20:55:38.955394 Can't get new job! Disconnect and sleep....

This is one reason I recommend just be patient and solo mine if you are a small scale miner. You avoid all problems with pools, not just integrity and hacks, but also one more layer of bugs on top of the coin software itself.

(Your hash rate is likely zero at this point.)

With that said, I may launch a pool for Monero once the pool software is reliable enough for me to recommend it. It will have some features that are unique anywhere in the crypto space. If you want an invite send me a PM with "pool invite" in the subject.



lol. that makes sense. I was testing it on a 10 year old shitty laptop. I'll point my i7's at this pool tomorrow and give it another go.
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May 16, 2014, 08:38:35 PM
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Noodle is doing some final tests on Windows and will begin testing on Linux. He expects hashrate should increase across all architectures. I can confirm a 5x increase on an i7 quad-core + Windows 7 64-bit.

Please be patient. These are actual changes to the program, not just a switch that gets flicked on. It needs testing.
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May 16, 2014, 08:46:02 PM
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If you would like to know your balance on http://198.199.79.100/ (moneropool.org), please PM me with your Monero address.
Hi,
What is the payout threshold?
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May 16, 2014, 08:49:55 PM
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Number of MRO in existence so far?

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May 16, 2014, 08:52:06 PM
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Number of MRO in existence so far?

Around 740000. I multiply number of blocks which is almost 43000 with an avergae block payout which i put 17.2. Block reward started at 17.5 i think and is now at 16.89.
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May 16, 2014, 08:53:40 PM
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i'm also waitting for a optimized cpu minning tool, it seems that somebody has that version, now it's unfair for vs whice use the old tool~~

Why would you do that when mining with the existing miner is still very profitable? (And I would add does not risk wasting your time mining unspendable coins or other problems, as happened to people using another too-hastily-released mining tool.) Testing is good. Be patient.



I mined with 4x Core i7 3770 for four days straight and didn't find a block. doesn't seem profitable to me. was I just unlucky?

so do i , i didn't find any block these days, maybe more than 3 days,

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May 16, 2014, 08:57:27 PM
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Number of MRO in existence so far?

Around 740000. I multiply number of blocks which is almost 43000 with an avergae block payout which i put 17.2.
Thanks! That means the Monero marketcap is around $300,000 as of now

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May 16, 2014, 09:04:23 PM
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Number of MRO in existence so far?

Around 740000. I multiply number of blocks which is almost 43000 with an avergae block payout which i put 17.2.
Thanks! That means the Monero marketcap is around $300,000 as of now

And Dark Coin's is $25 Million, so a lot of potential here.
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