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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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June 28, 2014, 04:49:34 PM
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Prompt, it makes sense to check for updates or news on the web-site of Fantomcoin?

I had even forgotten that there are official site of FCN.  I wonder anyone uses it at all?
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June 28, 2014, 05:03:31 PM
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Is there any pools where you can merge-mine this with Monero using the command line only on a Linux server.  Or is it only possible to merge-mine them both solo with the command line.

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June 28, 2014, 08:19:42 PM
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Yes, It has been a week. Any future plans for Fanthom ?


Yes, I noticed  there were no new posts from Amphibian for a long time. I  missed him  Cheesy

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June 28, 2014, 09:07:07 PM
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currently trading volume of fcn
is very low
you think can get up fcn with a pool?
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June 29, 2014, 06:51:24 AM
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Yes, It has been a week. Any future plans for Fanthom ?


Yes, I noticed  there were no new posts from Amphibian for a long time. I  missed him  Cheesy

I think the next stage of FCN's development is  creating a pool, cos it will provide more FCN
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June 29, 2014, 07:07:42 AM
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currently trading volume of fcn
is very low
you think can get up fcn with a pool?

Of course!
Today only  owners of good equipment  or adventurers, hoping for good luck, can afford solo-mining.  That's why I think there is such a low demand for the currency.
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June 29, 2014, 07:11:44 AM
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currently trading volume of fcn
is very low
you think can get up fcn with a pool?

Of course!
Today only  owners of good equipment  or adventurers, hoping for good luck, can afford solo-mining.  That's why I think there is such a low demand for the currency.


How do you think trading volume of fcn is related to the demand?
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June 29, 2014, 07:17:18 AM
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How do you think trading volume of fcn is related to the demand?

There is  relationship between them  cos this is market. "trading volume of fcn" is like a price of goods and services, which is depend of  demand to FCN

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June 29, 2014, 07:20:49 AM
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I think I begin to mine on my laptop, but I doubt whether it will be profitable for me. Does anyone using a laptop for mining?

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June 29, 2014, 07:28:38 AM
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I think I begin to mine on my laptop, but I doubt whether it will be profitable for me. Does anyone using a laptop for mining?

I wouldn't recommend it. Mining doesn't pay off, if you'll use laptop.


PS What software is installed on your laptop?

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June 29, 2014, 07:33:07 AM
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I wonder do MM coins are popular among miners?


IMO, the FCN is one of the best representatives of CN-based coins
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June 29, 2014, 07:35:38 AM
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How  much coins are mined at this point? Where can I find this info?
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June 29, 2014, 05:30:54 PM
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I think I begin to mine on my laptop, but I doubt whether it will be profitable for me. Does anyone using a laptop for mining?

I wouldn't recommend it. Mining doesn't pay off, if you'll use laptop.


PS What software is installed on your laptop?


Mining from the CPU of a laptop is not recommended because most laptops weren't designed to handle the heat from a constant load (like mining). If you don't care much about the laptop and insist on mining from it, mine at (t-1) threads (so if you have 4 threads, use only 3 for mining). Even in this case, it will still put out a lot of heat and the fan will run near full speed constantly.

BreakingBAD has a point too...the electricity probably costs more than what you'll be able to make in coins from your laptop's CPU. I've seen calculators in one of the CN threads...do a search for it. Keep in mind that calculators are based off the present price of the coin. If the price of the coin rises, then it may be worth it to mine (not factoring in the possible heat damage).

One of my miners is a laptop without a hard drive (runs Xubuntu from a USB flash drive). It gets ~40H, and I wouldn't be doing this if I really needed the laptop. I happened to get it very cheap so I don't mind. I mine on it because I believe the price of FCN will rise. Good luck  Smiley

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June 29, 2014, 07:33:21 PM
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Indeed be careful with laptops.
With that being said, I use a $600 gaming laptop, gets around 120hs using 4 of 8 HT cores.
Also has two 660Ms, though I only hash light stuff on them.
If you have cheap electric, you can grab a decent amount in a few months from mining! I bought it back before asics got so popular, and still run it on other algos.

I also keep two giant fans under the laptop and check temps all day, it's pretty easy on it, and energy efficient, around 270 watts at the wall max load which I rarely do.

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June 30, 2014, 04:30:37 AM
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Sorry for the noob question but I couldn't find the answer of it so I guess this is the right place  Tongue

What is the meaning of merged mining actually ?

Does it mean we use same resources to mine more than one coin & still get the same number of primary coin + as a gift we get another extra coin ?
OR it simply divides our resources to mine more than one coin ?

e.g. If I have 10kH/s power I could mine about 20 XMR or 120 FCN, so if I use the same hashpower for merge mining, would I get the total of both (20XMR + 120 FCN) or it will be divided to mine both coins & actually I would get about 10 XMR + 60 FCN ?
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June 30, 2014, 06:25:57 AM
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Sorry for the noob question but I couldn't find the answer of it so I guess this is the right place  Tongue

What is the meaning of merged mining actually ?

Does it mean we use same resources to mine more than one coin & still get the same number of primary coin + as a gift we get another extra coin ?
OR it simply divides our resources to mine more than one coin ?

e.g. If I have 10kH/s power I could mine about 20 XMR or 120 FCN, so if I use the same hashpower for merge mining, would I get the total of both (20XMR + 120 FCN) or it will be divided to mine both coins & actually I would get about 10 XMR + 60 FCN ?

If your computer mines one coin at 50H/s, if you merge mine you'll get the benefit of both coins being mined at a rate of 50H/s each. No extra power is needed. If you find a block on Coin A, you only get coins for Coin A, but both are hashing at 50H. If you find a block for Coin B, you only get coins for Coin B.

In solo minining (merged mining is a form of solo mining), no matter what your setup is, you only get coins when you find a block, but you get the whole block reward if/when you find a block.  If you're pool mining, you get get only what your hash rate can produce, minus pool fees and donations, but you're guaranteed that rate (assuming the pool itself has found blocks. The pool then divides those blocks and pays its miners according to their hash rate).

Solo mining has a factor of luck. Actually, I don't like that word, because "luck" in this sense is dependent upon many factors, some of which are the number of other miners on the network (you're all competing for the same blocks), your hash speed...well, I believe those are the two biggest factors. Someone please correct me otherwise.

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June 30, 2014, 09:44:37 AM
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Indeed be careful with laptops.
With that being said, I use a $600 gaming laptop, gets around 120hs using 4 of 8 HT cores.
Also has two 660Ms, though I only hash light stuff on them.
If you have cheap electric, you can grab a decent amount in a few months from mining! I bought it back before asics got so popular, and still run it on other algos.

I also keep two giant fans under the laptop and check temps all day, it's pretty easy on it, and energy efficient, around 270 watts at the wall max load which I rarely do.


are fans working on its fullest? i wonder if it would be more profitable (and not too risky) to mine on 6(7)/8 and tune up fans a little.

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June 30, 2014, 09:57:03 AM
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Sorry for the noob question but I couldn't find the answer of it so I guess this is the right place  Tongue

What is the meaning of merged mining actually ?

Does it mean we use same resources to mine more than one coin & still get the same number of primary coin + as a gift we get another extra coin ?
OR it simply divides our resources to mine more than one coin ?

e.g. If I have 10kH/s power I could mine about 20 XMR or 120 FCN, so if I use the same hashpower for merge mining, would I get the total of both (20XMR + 120 FCN) or it will be divided to mine both coins & actually I would get about 10 XMR + 60 FCN ?

If your computer mines one coin at 50H/s, if you merge mine you'll get the benefit of both coins being mined at a rate of 50H/s each. No extra power is needed. If you find a block on Coin A, you only get coins for Coin A, but both are hashing at 50H. If you find a block for Coin B, you only get coins for Coin B.

In solo minining (merged mining is a form of solo mining), no matter what your setup is, you only get coins when you find a block, but you get the whole block reward if/when you find a block.  If you're pool mining, you get get only what your hash rate can produce, minus pool fees and donations, but you're guaranteed that rate (assuming the pool itself has found blocks. The pool then divides those blocks and pays its miners according to their hash rate).

Solo mining has a factor of luck. Actually, I don't like that word, because "luck" in this sense is dependent upon many factors, some of which are the number of other miners on the network (you're all competing for the same blocks), your hash speed...well, I believe those are the two biggest factors. Someone please correct me otherwise.

Well, first of all thanks for the detailed explanation but I am not that much noob either Cheesy, as I have been in mining process since last August just never dealt with any merged mining coins.  Again from what you have explained above, my question is still unanswered ! BTW, my concern is regarding pool mining, not solo because I mine with GPUs & at present there is no Solo GPU miner available for CN-Coins if I am not wrong.
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June 30, 2014, 10:09:38 AM
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I may add Fantomcoin merge mining on my pool if you guys support it.

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June 30, 2014, 10:12:12 AM
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I may add Fantomcoin merge mining on my pool if you guys support it.



wow! that would be great! are you capable of something like this? from what i've heard it's no trivial task

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