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Author Topic: [FCN] Fantomcoin. CN based, anonymous. Merge mine with BCN, XMR, QCN, duck.  (Read 125639 times)
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May 28, 2014, 07:43:35 AM
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Where is a link to the GUI?

Hey,

It's http://solominer.org/, it also can be found in the 1st post. Smiley

SwapHole is having issues with the wallet and daemon, I attempted to withdraw and they say my address is not being accepted as valid, and can't seem to refund the coins to my account. They say they've been trying to contact the dev. Not good.

Can confirm this, atm we're trying to solve their issues.

Cheers. Smiley

FCN: anonimity, CPU, MM http://fantomcoin.org/
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May 28, 2014, 09:17:46 AM
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Quick question: Do merged mined coins tend to be popular among miners?
I so, Fantomcoin should be pretty popular among the early CryptoNote crowd.

FCN was started only ~3 weeks ago. I guess you can differentiate it as "early crowd" material. Wink

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May 28, 2014, 10:50:11 AM
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apologies for posting in 2 different threads but this FCN thread looks busier than the Solominer one
and hopefully someone can point me in the right direction.


Hi -  are there any TARD instructions for getting this working on OSX Mavericks please?

I understand that both daemons for your chosen merged pair need to be running
(really struggling with this... Annoying, as my Win7 setup runs like a dream)
I guess Solominer is the GUI that minerc performs on my win7 Machine

Here's what I've tried
Code:
-bash: fantomcoind: command not found
Code:
-bash: ./fantomcoind: Operation not permitted
so I try with admin privileges
Code:
sudo ./fantomcoind
Password:
sudo: unable to execute ./fantomcoind: Operation not permitted

The above also is the same for simplewallet

What DIR should I put the files into and how do i tweak the permissions so they work please?

I have homebrew and Xcode dev tools installed



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May 28, 2014, 10:54:49 AM
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Quick question: Do merged mined coins tend to be popular among miners?
I so, Fantomcoin should be pretty popular among the early CryptoNote crowd.

I think FCN is quite perspective. The main advantages for me are MM and 60 sec blocks
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May 28, 2014, 11:53:28 AM
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apologies for posting in 2 different threads but this FCN thread looks busier than the Solominer one
and hopefully someone can point me in the right direction.


Hi -  are there any TARD instructions for getting this working on OSX Mavericks please?

I understand that both daemons for your chosen merged pair need to be running
(really struggling with this... Annoying, as my Win7 setup runs like a dream)
I guess Solominer is the GUI that minerc performs on my win7 Machine

Here's what I've tried
Code:
-bash: fantomcoind: command not found
Code:
-bash: ./fantomcoind: Operation not permitted
so I try with admin privileges
Code:
sudo ./fantomcoind
Password:
sudo: unable to execute ./fantomcoind: Operation not permitted

The above also is the same for simplewallet

What DIR should I put the files into and how do i tweak the permissions so they work please?

I have homebrew and Xcode dev tools installed




I had no problems starting fantomcoind on my laptop (air mid 2013). Was logged in as an admin, navigated to the fantomcoin folder through the terminal and started it "./fantomcoind" - like this.

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May 28, 2014, 12:16:25 PM
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I had no problems starting fantomcoind on my laptop (air mid 2013). Was logged in as an admin, navigated to the fantomcoin folder through the terminal and started it "./fantomcoind" - like this.

I've re-downloaded and am now playing with chmod +x and chown to see if its a permission problem  Sad
still no joy

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May 28, 2014, 12:40:37 PM
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Is this just a pump and dump coin or one with a development plan and a future?
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May 28, 2014, 12:53:01 PM
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Is this just a pump and dump coin or one with a development plan and a future?

It's a merged mining coin, the way I see it, it completely relies on the main coins which are so far doing good. I highly doubt that dev will abandon this coin.

After all it's a first merged mining so there is a high chance that FCN will be added to all major pools as a default MM option.

I know it sounds fanboy-ish but so far the dev been very active and helpful.

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May 28, 2014, 12:55:59 PM
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I had no problems starting fantomcoind on my laptop (air mid 2013). Was logged in as an admin, navigated to the fantomcoin folder through the terminal and started it "./fantomcoind" - like this.

I've re-downloaded and am now playing with chmod +x and chown to see if its a permission problem  Sad
still no joy

Ok getting somewhere now  Grin
Code:
wedgys-mac-mini:fantomcoin-macos wedgy$ ./fantomcoind
2014-May-28 13:47:56.502415 Starting...
2014-May-28 13:47:56.503064 fantomcoin v0.8.6.295()

So need to work on QCN as that what i'm MM on my win7 box  Grin

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May 28, 2014, 12:57:57 PM
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Fantomcoin is an experiment in merged mining for CryptoNote.


 IMO, this experiment  looks successful

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May 28, 2014, 01:04:01 PM
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Is this just a pump and dump coin or one with a development plan and a future?

What do you mean by development plan?

Certainly, FCN has a future. Problems will arise when the amount of FCN reaches its max supply
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May 28, 2014, 01:08:56 PM
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FCN seems to be a great coin but the price on the exchange is quite discouraging.

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May 28, 2014, 01:12:59 PM
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Thanks for the responses.

FCN seems to be a great coin but the price on the exchange is quite discouraging.

Yes, this is why I asked the question earlier - why is it doing so poorly on exchanges?
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May 28, 2014, 01:15:22 PM
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FCN seems to be a great coin but the price on the exchange is quite discouraging.

 It is new coin. I think that the price will become adequate soon.
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May 28, 2014, 01:18:15 PM
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Thanks for the responses.

FCN seems to be a great coin but the price on the exchange is quite discouraging.

Yes, this is why I asked the question earlier - why is it doing so poorly on exchanges?

There was a large dump by someone just recently both in QCN and FCN, which destroyed the exchange rate. I guess now it need some time to cool off and restore at least 0.001 exchange rate.

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May 28, 2014, 01:20:34 PM
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Thanks for the responses.

FCN seems to be a great coin but the price on the exchange is quite discouraging.

Yes, this is why I asked the question earlier - why is it doing so poorly on exchanges?

I also wondered about that.
Maybe such a price is due to the fact that it is difficult to mine FCN?

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May 28, 2014, 01:27:42 PM
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I can not log on poloniex.com.
Can anybody help me? What should I do?
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May 28, 2014, 01:47:02 PM
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Where would the block chain files be saved on OSX Mavericks....
Rather than wait for them I was going to drag them out of my Win7 box
Or try and link to the other running instances

Also is anyone running with a cross LAN config?

ie
Code:
minerc --node1=192.168.0.45:8081 --node2=192.168.0.46:24081 --wallet1=ADDRESS --wallet2=ADDDRESS

Then I will only need 2 blockchains and not 2 copies of each and mine to the same wallets?

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May 28, 2014, 02:05:04 PM
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Grin Really flowing now

Where would the block chain files be saved on OSX Mavericks....
Rather than wait for them I was going to drag them out of my Win7 box
Or try and link to the other running instances

Also is anyone running with a cross LAN config?

ie
Code:
minerc --node1=192.168.0.45:8081 --node2=192.168.0.46:24081 --wallet1=ADDRESS --wallet2=ADDDRESS

Then I will only need 2 blockchains and not 2 copies of each and mine to the same wallets?

Blockchain can be found in /home/.fantomcoin but as far as I know win7 blockchain won't be supported in the OSX.

Can't help you with LAN config didn't ever used one or even tried Sad

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May 28, 2014, 02:18:22 PM
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Blockchain can be found in /home/.fantomcoin but as far as I know win7 blockchain won't be supported in the OSX.

Can't help you with LAN config didn't ever used one or even tried Sad

Ok ta
LAN config not going too well
Code:
Failed to get block1
Is home/.fantomcoin /usr/local/bin?
Are the .files hidden
(Sorry I'm new to mac but reasonable with Win and IP stuff)

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