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May 23, 2014, 02:37:28 PM
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difficulty retargets in X number of blocks, is all I'm asking
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May 23, 2014, 02:40:27 PM
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From Darkcoin thread on DGW: " I'm really happy with my current implementation of DGW, it seems to be vastly improved over KGW. It uses multiple exponential moving averages and a simple moving average to smoothly adjust the difficulty. We've had huge fluctuations in testnet and it's dealt with everything perfectly."

So, why hasn't the difficulty adjusted at all in at least the last 3 hours?
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May 23, 2014, 02:49:41 PM
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From Darkcoin thread on DGW: " I'm really happy with my current implementation of DGW, it seems to be vastly improved over KGW. It uses multiple exponential moving averages and a simple moving average to smoothly adjust the difficulty. We've had huge fluctuations in testnet and it's dealt with everything perfectly."

So, why hasn't the difficulty adjusted at all in at least the last 3 hours?
Good luck getting a straight answer from this guy.

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May 23, 2014, 02:52:07 PM
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Even dogecoin has its haters!  Cheesy

I think the point the OP is trying to make is...

Doesn't matter how "unfair" the launch is, or whether he lied or not, as long he can still get the (naive) masses interested in CYC and accept it. There's no need for them to come here to bitcointalk and read this thread, so they'll never know. He's going to advertise this coin on other sites to people who don't know much about cryptocurrencies, but want to "stick it to the man". Basically, all they need to do is just DL the new wallet and start mining. Really, the less they know about cryptocurrency the better. They will think they are fighting the good fight against the NWO, spreading awareness and hopefully get a few cool coins (and maybe cards) in the process.

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May 23, 2014, 02:56:26 PM
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From Darkcoin thread on DGW: " I'm really happy with my current implementation of DGW, it seems to be vastly improved over KGW. It uses multiple exponential moving averages and a simple moving average to smoothly adjust the difficulty. We've had huge fluctuations in testnet and it's dealt with everything perfectly."

So, why hasn't the difficulty adjusted at all in at least the last 3 hours?
Difficulty changes as hashing power is added, this would lead me to believe that the hashing power has remained constant for the past 3 hours?
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May 23, 2014, 02:58:01 PM
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Worldcoin difficulty reduced dramatically post scharmbeck debacle as the hashing power dropped so did the difficulty, so it can go up as well as down.
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May 23, 2014, 02:58:40 PM
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ahh, guys, the announce post says 33 coins per block but i see 64 coins ber block in suchpool  Huh
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May 23, 2014, 02:58:48 PM
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While I'm doing a write-up? You can't even get your facts straight!

From Darkcoin thread on DGW: " I'm really happy with my current implementation of DGW, it seems to be vastly improved over KGW. It uses multiple exponential moving averages and a simple moving average to smoothly adjust the difficulty. We've had huge fluctuations in testnet and it's dealt with everything perfectly."

So, why hasn't the difficulty adjusted at all in at least the last 3 hours?
Good luck getting a straight answer from this guy.
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May 23, 2014, 02:59:59 PM
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Code:
int64 static GetBlockValue(int nBits, int nHeight, int64 nFees)
{
    int64 nSubsidy = 33;
 
    if(nHeight > 1000000) return nFees;
       
    nSubsidy *= COIN;
   
    return nSubsidy + nFees;
}
ahh, guys, the announce post says 33 coins per block but i see 64 coins ber block in suchpool  Huh
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May 23, 2014, 03:00:22 PM
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Early adopters mine more coins its a simple fact, if you aren't in at the very start then you miss out. How is it that people are involved in crypto and still don't know that.
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May 23, 2014, 03:01:47 PM
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Code:
int64 static GetBlockValue(int nBits, int nHeight, int64 nFees)
{
    int64 nSubsidy = 33;
 
    if(nHeight > 1000000) return nFees;
       
    nSubsidy *= COIN;
   
    return nSubsidy + nFees;
}
ahh, guys, the announce post says 33 coins per block but i see 64 coins ber block in suchpool  Huh
Suchpool has made a mistake in their config then. nSubsidy = 33 is correct
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May 23, 2014, 03:02:13 PM
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LOL! Not quite like that, but I get what you're saying.

Even dogecoin has its haters!  Cheesy

I think the point the OP is trying to make is...

Doesn't matter how "unfair" the launch is, or whether he lied or not, as long he can still get the (naive) masses interested in CYC and accept it. There's no need for them to come here to bitcointalk and read this thread, so they'll never know. He's going to advertise this coin on other sites to people who don't know much about cryptocurrencies, but want to "stick it to the man". Basically, all they need to do is just DL the new wallet and start mining. Really, the less they know about cryptocurrency the better. They will think they are fighting the good fight against the NWO, spreading awareness and hopefully get a few cool coins (and maybe cards) in the process.
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May 23, 2014, 03:04:04 PM
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Because the difficulty has not changed in the last 3 hours, it doesn't mean anything negative.

From Darkcoin thread on DGW: " I'm really happy with my current implementation of DGW, it seems to be vastly improved over KGW. It uses multiple exponential moving averages and a simple moving average to smoothly adjust the difficulty. We've had huge fluctuations in testnet and it's dealt with everything perfectly."

So, why hasn't the difficulty adjusted at all in at least the last 3 hours?
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May 23, 2014, 03:07:18 PM
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While I'm doing a write-up? You can't even get your facts straight!

From Darkcoin thread on DGW: " I'm really happy with my current implementation of DGW, it seems to be vastly improved over KGW. It uses multiple exponential moving averages and a simple moving average to smoothly adjust the difficulty. We've had huge fluctuations in testnet and it's dealt with everything perfectly."

So, why hasn't the difficulty adjusted at all in at least the last 3 hours?
Good luck getting a straight answer from this guy.

i have to admit you are like a politician turning arguments away onto other successful coins, even tough i was mad at first due to being on suchpool who shutdown and i missed first 5000 blocks i mined some later. Alex Jones makes alternative media look bad but people still listen to him. so i rented small rig for 6 hours and mined some 800 coins.let us know if any exchange is coming and for other complaining read this article about 99% of all coins being instamined or whatever you call it : http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=a_massive_investigation_of_instamines_and_fastmines_for_the_top_alt_coins#an_investor_s_investigation_into_the_mining_statistics_of_bitcoin_alternatives


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May 23, 2014, 03:08:05 PM
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maybe the x13 will be the next hot topic

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May 23, 2014, 03:10:48 PM
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We used other coins as a reference, some were fixated on the block time. As we mentioned, if a ton of hashing power hit bitcoin when first launched, you would have seen blocks per second or less.

While I'm doing a write-up? You can't even get your facts straight!

From Darkcoin thread on DGW: " I'm really happy with my current implementation of DGW, it seems to be vastly improved over KGW. It uses multiple exponential moving averages and a simple moving average to smoothly adjust the difficulty. We've had huge fluctuations in testnet and it's dealt with everything perfectly."

So, why hasn't the difficulty adjusted at all in at least the last 3 hours?
Good luck getting a straight answer from this guy.

i have to admit you are like a politician turning arguments away onto other successful coins, even tough i was mad at first due to being on suchpool who shutdown and i missed first 5000 blocks i mined some later. Alex Jones makes alternative media look bad but people still listen to him. so i rented small rig for 6 hours and mined some 800 coins.let us know if any exchange is coming and for other complaining read this article about 99% of all coins being instamined or whatever you call it : http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=a_massive_investigation_of_instamines_and_fastmines_for_the_top_alt_coins#an_investor_s_investigation_into_the_mining_statistics_of_bitcoin_alternatives


PS: for a healthy dose of alternative media listen to 'NO AGENDA SHOW"
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May 23, 2014, 03:14:58 PM
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My facts aren't straight? You claim its based on DGW yet your OP states "Difficulty Retarget: KGW & Time-Warp Fix". You seem to be a bit confused, Dude. Difficulty not adjusting in 3 hours means there is a problem, your difficulty re-targeting isn't working. Darkcoin hashrate is high yet it re-adjusts diff every block.

Darkcoin


Block    Validity    Finder                     Time                       Difficulty    
72971    Confirmed    0utcast            05/22/2014 19:56:42    3,363.1035    
69658     Confirmed    donnk            05/16/2014 19:07:42    2,377.0041    
69640    Confirmed    mycoins            05/1 6/2014 18:15:06    2,996.4751    
69244     Confirmed    mycoins            05/16/2014 00:52:38    3,246.7649    
69041      Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 16:07:04    3,002.0024    
69031    Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 15:42:34    2,692.1140    
69027      Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 15:27:15    2,750.2473    
69024    Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 15:23:15    2,735.7334    
69023     Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 15:22:39    2,422.9486    
68948      Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 12:07:43    2,352.5407    
68753    Confirmed    Mortimer452    05/15/2014 03:38:59    2,558.6716    


Conspiracycoin


Block    Validity    Finder                  Time                             Difficulty    
7836    118 left    linqiaoli1        05/23/2014 14:44:55    64.0000    
7825    107 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 14:31:37    64.0000    
7819    101 left    Stardust            05/23/2014 14:26:11    64.0000    
7812     94 left    4roxx101            05/23/2014 14:23:02    64.0000    
7804     86 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 14:14:18    64.0000    
7799    81 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 14:09:34    64.0000    
7791    73 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 14:02:00    64.0000    
7787    69 left    agsuprnova    05/23/2014 13:59:12    64.0000    
7775    57 left    kyke                    05/23/2014 13:50:36    64.0000    
7773    55 left    4roxx101            05/23/2014 13:48:28    64.0000    
7750    32 left    agsuprnova    05/23/2014 13:31:23    64.0000    
7749    31 left    agsuprnova    05/23/2014 13:31:03    64.0000    
7747    29 left    appossum      05/23/2014 13:29:25    64.0000    
7744    26 left    metalliking      05/23/2014 13:27:46    64.0000    
7743    25 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 13:26:17    64.0000
7742    24 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 13:25:53    64.0000    
7739    21 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 13:19:37    64.0000    
7737    19 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 13:19:14    64.0000    
7733    15 left    Stardust            05/23/2014 13:16:51    64.0000    
7730    12 left    agsuprnova    05/23/2014 13:15:08    64.0000    

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May 23, 2014, 03:21:42 PM
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When I mentioned facts, I was talking to the other guy - check my posts!

We used DGW as opposed to KGW.

DGW has gone through several iterations (updates), latest update will kick-in with the next wallet update.

The coin is stable now and the hashrate is great for a new coin.

My facts aren't straight? You claim its based on DGW yet your OP states "Difficulty Retarget: KGW & Time-Warp Fix". You seem to be a bit confused, Dude. Difficulty not adjusting in 3 hours means there is a problem, your difficulty re-targeting isn't working. Darkcoin hashrate is high yet it re-adjusts diff every block.

Darkcoin


Block    Validity    Finder                     Time                       Difficulty    
72971    Confirmed    0utcast            05/22/2014 19:56:42    3,363.1035    
69658     Confirmed    donnk            05/16/2014 19:07:42    2,377.0041    
69640    Confirmed    mycoins            05/1 6/2014 18:15:06    2,996.4751    
69244     Confirmed    mycoins            05/16/2014 00:52:38    3,246.7649    
69041      Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 16:07:04    3,002.0024    
69031    Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 15:42:34    2,692.1140    
69027      Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 15:27:15    2,750.2473    
69024    Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 15:23:15    2,735.7334    
69023     Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 15:22:39    2,422.9486    
68948      Confirmed    anonymous    05/15/2014 12:07:43    2,352.5407    
68753    Confirmed    Mortimer452    05/15/2014 03:38:59    2,558.6716    


Conspiracycoin


Block    Validity    Finder                  Time                             Difficulty    
7836    118 left    linqiaoli1        05/23/2014 14:44:55    64.0000    
7825    107 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 14:31:37    64.0000    
7819    101 left    Stardust            05/23/2014 14:26:11    64.0000    
7812     94 left    4roxx101            05/23/2014 14:23:02    64.0000    
7804     86 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 14:14:18    64.0000    
7799    81 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 14:09:34    64.0000    
7791    73 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 14:02:00    64.0000    
7787    69 left    agsuprnova    05/23/2014 13:59:12    64.0000    
7775    57 left    kyke                    05/23/2014 13:50:36    64.0000    
7773    55 left    4roxx101            05/23/2014 13:48:28    64.0000    
7750    32 left    agsuprnova    05/23/2014 13:31:23    64.0000    
7749    31 left    agsuprnova    05/23/2014 13:31:03    64.0000    
7747    29 left    appossum      05/23/2014 13:29:25    64.0000    
7744    26 left    metalliking      05/23/2014 13:27:46    64.0000    
7743    25 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 13:26:17    64.0000
7742    24 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 13:25:53    64.0000    
7739    21 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 13:19:37    64.0000    
7737    19 left    anonymous    05/23/2014 13:19:14    64.0000    
7733    15 left    Stardust            05/23/2014 13:16:51    64.0000    
7730    12 left    agsuprnova    05/23/2014 13:15:08    64.0000    


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May 23, 2014, 03:24:38 PM
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I updated the first post to show that we used DGW instead of KGW - thanks for pointing that out.
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May 23, 2014, 03:32:12 PM
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Code:
int64 static GetBlockValue(int nBits, int nHeight, int64 nFees)
{
    int64 nSubsidy = 33;
 
    if(nHeight > 1000000) return nFees;
       
    nSubsidy *= COIN;
   
    return nSubsidy + nFees;
}
ahh, guys, the announce post says 33 coins per block but i see 64 coins ber block in suchpool  Huh
Suchpool has made a mistake in their config then. nSubsidy = 33 is correct
my fault, sorry
suchpool shows 33
i think i made a mistake by seeing the difficulty and now i see there is a argue here about the difficulty that has sticked on 64, strange
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