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May 06, 2014, 03:23:16 AM
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Working on a Spanish translation for the ANN thread.  Smiley

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May 06, 2014, 03:30:18 AM
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Have a total of 350~ hash rate among miners, been a few horus but hope i get something.

Ill be switching everything to monero today. ^_^

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May 06, 2014, 03:37:00 AM
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When will this coin be on the exchange?
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May 06, 2014, 03:42:10 AM
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When will this coin be on the exchange?

Hehe it doesnt to be on an exchange =P


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May 06, 2014, 03:45:08 AM
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I started the translation to dutch. Will try to finish it in the next 24 hours Smiley

Working on a Spanish translation for the ANN thread.  Smiley

Thanks, both of you!
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May 06, 2014, 04:28:57 AM
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Have a total of 350~ hash rate among miners, been a few horus but hope i get something.

Ill be switching everything to monero today. ^_^

It's a huge hashrate! You definitely will get something!

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May 06, 2014, 06:20:05 AM
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Have a total of 350~ hash rate among miners, been a few horus but hope i get something.

Ill be switching everything to monero today. ^_^
It's a huge hashrate! You definitely will get something!
Again, is there a calculator somewhere, or a place to see the network hash rate for MRO? It would be helpful to at least be able to provide people with some sort of estimate.

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May 06, 2014, 06:26:53 AM
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Have a total of 350~ hash rate among miners, been a few horus but hope i get something.

Ill be switching everything to monero today. ^_^
It's a huge hashrate! You definitely will get something!
Again, is there a calculator somewhere, or a place to see the network hash rate for MRO? It would be helpful to at least be able to provide people with some sort of estimate.

You can get the network hash rate with curl

Code:
$ curl localhost:18081/getinfo
{
  "alt_blocks_count": 221,
  "difficulty": 2831759,
  "grey_peerlist_size": 436,
  "height": 26970,
  "incoming_connections_count": 5,
  "outgoing_connections_count": 12,
  "status": "OK",
  "tx_count": 964,
  "tx_pool_size": 0,
  "white_peerlist_size": 224
}

Divide the difficulty by 60 to get total hash rate. So for this number we get 47196. Divide your hash rate by that to get your share of the network hash rate.  For example 350 is 0.74% of the network. There are 1440 blocks per day so someone with this hash rate should get 10.656 blocks per day on average.

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May 06, 2014, 07:06:41 AM
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Have a total of 350~ hash rate among miners, been a few horus but hope i get something.

Ill be switching everything to monero today. ^_^
It's a huge hashrate! You definitely will get something!
Again, is there a calculator somewhere, or a place to see the network hash rate for MRO? It would be helpful to at least be able to provide people with some sort of estimate.

You can get the network hash rate with curl

Code:
$ curl localhost:18081/getinfo
{
  "alt_blocks_count": 221,
  "difficulty": 2831759,
  "grey_peerlist_size": 436,
  "height": 26970,
  "incoming_connections_count": 5,
  "outgoing_connections_count": 12,
  "status": "OK",
  "tx_count": 964,
  "tx_pool_size": 0,
  "white_peerlist_size": 224
}
Divide the difficulty by 60 to get total hash rate. So for this number we get 47196. Divide your hash rate by that to get your share of the network hash rate.  For example 350 is 0.74% of the network. There are 1440 blocks per day so someone with this hash rate should get 10.656 blocks per day on average.
Can you do that "getinfo" with curl on Windows, or is that Linux only? (I'm guessing Linux only. *Sigh*) Also, I assume these are orphan blocks?
Code:
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2014-May-05 22:26:34.698916 [P2P0]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 26907
id:     <c4e6b9f9fc08c1134f07d6622d25b2d4f1f9cd0071e893fef1d1e191bb0f06db>
PoW:    <5a8efa15ae51b87d079ce13112ae68683345d7dbd3f37c29b7a7a716d8050000>
difficulty:     2842603
-------------------------
If so, that sort of sucks that I've seen six of those on my rigs so far. Seriously, six orphans and not a single successfully mined block? My luck is bad so far.

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Can you do that "getinfo" with curl on Windows, or is that Linux only? (I'm guessing Linux only. *Sigh*)

I'm sure there is a Windows version, but you can just use your browser.

localhost:18081/getinfo or http://127.0.0.1:18081/getinfo if the first doesn't work

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Also, I assume these are orphan blocks?
Code:
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2014-May-05 22:26:34.698916 [P2P0]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 26907
id:     <c4e6b9f9fc08c1134f07d6622d25b2d4f1f9cd0071e893fef1d1e191bb0f06db>
PoW:    <5a8efa15ae51b87d079ce13112ae68683345d7dbd3f37c29b7a7a716d8050000>
difficulty:     2842603
-------------------------
If so, that sort of sucks that I've seen six of those on my rigs so far. Seriously, six orphans and not a single successfully mined block? My luck is bad so far.

They're not your orphans necessarily. Unless it says "found block" you didn't find a block, orphan or otherwise.

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Which file in the source code contains the proof-of-work algorithm?

I've tried to locate it and can't seem to find it quickly.

I want to analyze the cpu-only claim.

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Which file in the source code contains the proof-of-work algorithm?

I've tried to locate it and can't seem to find it quickly.

src/crypto/slow-hash.c
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May 06, 2014, 09:33:00 AM
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The bit about needing the block chain on each mining rig is rather stupid as well -- no other coin I can think of requires the block chain to mine it; you only need the miner software.
When you are mining for a pool it gives you the work so you don't need the block chain. If you are solo mining it's logical to have the block chain you are mining on. Just a thought - I never researched it.

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Which file in the source code contains the proof-of-work algorithm?

I've tried to locate it and can't seem to find it quickly.

I want to analyze the cpu-only claim.

src/crypto/slow-hash.c

On quick glance, I see AES code. Is this the MemoryCoin algorithm and not the one described in the CryptoNote whitepaper which is memory latency bound?

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Which file in the source code contains the proof-of-work algorithm?

I've tried to locate it and can't seem to find it quickly.

I want to analyze the cpu-only claim.

src/crypto/slow-hash.c

On quick glance, I see AES code. Is this the MemoryCoin algorithm and not the one described in the CryptoNote whitepaper which is memory latency bound?

I do not think it is the memorycoin algorithm.

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What is the current total coin count?
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597616.new#new

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What is the current total coin count?

Somewhere around 460k
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Which file in the source code contains the proof-of-work algorithm?

I've tried to locate it and can't seem to find it quickly.

I want to analyze the cpu-only claim.

src/crypto/slow-hash.c

On quick glance, I see AES code. Is this the MemoryCoin algorithm and not the one described in the CryptoNote whitepaper which is memory latency bound?

I do not think it is the memorycoin algorithm.

Analyzed it.

It is employing AES as another means of defeating GPUs (in addition to the memory latency bound), similar to MemoryCoin.

https://cryptonote.org/inside.php#equal-proof-of-work

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3. GPUs may run hundreds of concurrent instances, but they are limited in other ways

See prior analysis of that strategy, which concluded that GPUs would be 2.5 to 3X faster but would perform no better in hashes per Watt:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=355532.msg3976656#msg3976656

I pointed out that ASICs would implement AES much more efficiently:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=355532.msg3977088#msg3977088

Here follows my conclusions.

  • slow and thus DDoS prevention will be hampered, which will also likely eliminate any chance of supporting 0 transaction fees
  • roughly both memory latency and computation bound (instead of the ideal of being only latency bound), thus if Tilera CPUs or GPUs add dedicated AES support or if ASICs are mated to large fast SDRAM caches, the cpu-only claim will fail.
  • it is not leveraging hyperthreads

In short, it is too computation heavy, not maximizing the CPU's hyperthreads, and thus not only will it not be the best cpu-only PoW algorithm possible, it will also fail to be remain cpu-only if it becomes widely adopted.

Also being computation heavy, it is consuming more electricity than the ideal cpu-only PoW algorithm.

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