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May 24, 2014, 06:12:51 PM
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consider forking to make the curecoin unit more financially viable
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May 24, 2014, 06:16:01 PM
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Please add the logfile for the GPU.
How are your hardware setup?

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This is really weird. I left the system running while awaiting a response, and a few minutes ago it magically boosted up to 90k PPD (on the same job) and went from 0.00% to almost 3% instantly. Since then, it's been increasing at a decent rate...
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May 24, 2014, 06:30:43 PM
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Please add the logfile for the GPU.
How are your hardware setup?

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This is really weird. I left the system running while awaiting a response, and a few minutes ago it magically boosted up to 90k PPD (on the same job) and went from 0.00% to almost 3% instantly. Since then, it's been increasing at a decent rate...

If you've got a weak CPU it can take some time for the project to get "fired up".

Pro-tip:  Go into Configure/Slots, highlight CPU, and then click Delete (bottom right) so you don't have to muck around with pausing it every time you start FaH.
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May 24, 2014, 06:39:39 PM
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Please add the logfile for the GPU.
How are your hardware setup?

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This is really weird. I left the system running while awaiting a response, and a few minutes ago it magically boosted up to 90k PPD (on the same job) and went from 0.00% to almost 3% instantly. Since then, it's been increasing at a decent rate...

If you've got a weak CPU it can take some time for the project to get "fired up".

Pro-tip:  Go into Configure/Slots, highlight CPU, and then click Delete (bottom right) so you don't have to muck around with pausing it every time you start FaH.

Nice tip there! I wasn't even aware you could do that. Thanks!

Also, I'm using a 3.4 GHz 4-core CPU. When the folding was extremely slow, the CPU was at 2-4% and was pretty much just idle. Now it's up to 7%...
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Last edit: May 25, 2014, 12:48:11 AM by LasersHurt
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In order to better serve internationally, we're launching some Translation Bounties for 5 languages on CureCoin.net.

Hit this link for details

The starter bounty is 60 CURE per language for the top 5 non-English languages seen visiting the website.

You can add to the bounty to sweeten the pot, or volunteer to take on the translation for the reward. If you'd like another language added, send a message (and prepare a bounty) and we'll get you set up.

Once submitted by the user, the translations will be publicly posted for verification to ensure they're solid translations before being added to the site.

Stop by the chat if you have any questions!
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May 24, 2014, 10:50:03 PM
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Man, this coin is driving me nuts. After 5.5 hours, the folding operation finally finished. Then it just sat at 99.99% until it finally locked up the client and had to be restarted. It reset the folding operation to 3.8% and now it's going back through the 5.5 hour operation yet again.
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May 24, 2014, 11:03:12 PM
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Man, this coin is driving me nuts. After 5.5 hours, the folding operation finally finished. Then it just sat at 99.99% until it finally locked up the client and had to be restarted. It reset the folding operation to 3.8% and now it's going back through the 5.5 hour operation yet again.

this generally happens if you had a driver failure.  Ive come to figure out my 270x/270 and my 7870 all like running on medium.  same exact ppd as high but no crashing..  Also even at stock clocks some gpus can have issues.  Its best to underclock sometimes.  I have all mine set to 1000/1350 and still get 70k ppd each on medium.

Ive also found when it gets stuck sometimes you can pause the gpu (it can take 5+ minutes to pause sometimes) then hit resume.  Wait a few minutes and watch the log usually the GPU continues and works properly.  The status screen will still say 99.99% but it usually fixes itself after an hour or so and the log is always working more accurately.  I like to watch my log if it stops saving at every percent. then i usually restart my PC and generally dont lose much work.  Now that my gpus are underclocked and i run on medium everything seems better though. havent had nearly as many issues.
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May 24, 2014, 11:17:43 PM
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Man, this coin is driving me nuts. After 5.5 hours, the folding operation finally finished. Then it just sat at 99.99% until it finally locked up the client and had to be restarted. It reset the folding operation to 3.8% and now it's going back through the 5.5 hour operation yet again.

this generally happens if you had a driver failure.  Ive come to figure out my 270x/270 and my 7870 all like running on medium.  same exact ppd as high but no crashing..  Also even at stock clocks some gpus can have issues.  Its best to underclock sometimes.  I have all mine set to 1000/1350 and still get 70k ppd each on medium.

Ive also found when it gets stuck sometimes you can pause the gpu (it can take 5+ minutes to pause sometimes) then hit resume.  Wait a few minutes and watch the log usually the GPU continues and works properly.  The status screen will still say 99.99% but it usually fixes itself after an hour or so and the log is always working more accurately.  I like to watch my log if it stops saving at every percent. then i usually restart my PC and generally dont lose much work.  Now that my gpus are underclocked and i run on medium everything seems better though. havent had nearly as many issues.

Looking through the log, it appears it had in fact stopped due to a driver crash (it'd be nice if the program would realize this and give some sort of notification). I am only folding at about half the speed as before though, now (40k PPD), but it is writing to the log file every percent...
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May 24, 2014, 11:26:42 PM
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Man, this coin is driving me nuts. After 5.5 hours, the folding operation finally finished. Then it just sat at 99.99% until it finally locked up the client and had to be restarted. It reset the folding operation to 3.8% and now it's going back through the 5.5 hour operation yet again.

this generally happens if you had a driver failure.  Ive come to figure out my 270x/270 and my 7870 all like running on medium.  same exact ppd as high but no crashing..  Also even at stock clocks some gpus can have issues.  Its best to underclock sometimes.  I have all mine set to 1000/1350 and still get 70k ppd each on medium.

Ive also found when it gets stuck sometimes you can pause the gpu (it can take 5+ minutes to pause sometimes) then hit resume.  Wait a few minutes and watch the log usually the GPU continues and works properly.  The status screen will still say 99.99% but it usually fixes itself after an hour or so and the log is always working more accurately.  I like to watch my log if it stops saving at every percent. then i usually restart my PC and generally dont lose much work.  Now that my gpus are underclocked and i run on medium everything seems better though. havent had nearly as many issues.

Looking through the log, it appears it had in fact stopped due to a driver crash (it'd be nice if the program would realize this and give some sort of notification). I am only folding at about half the speed as before though, now (40k PPD), but it is writing to the log file every percent...

yeah you may just want to underclock your gpu.  half speed is no good. at least get it to 75% speed Tongue.  maybe underclock and it will run without issues? just gotta find that happy median Tongue
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May 24, 2014, 11:27:45 PM
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Man, this coin is driving me nuts. After 5.5 hours, the folding operation finally finished. Then it just sat at 99.99% until it finally locked up the client and had to be restarted. It reset the folding operation to 3.8% and now it's going back through the 5.5 hour operation yet again.

this generally happens if you had a driver failure.  Ive come to figure out my 270x/270 and my 7870 all like running on medium.  same exact ppd as high but no crashing..  Also even at stock clocks some gpus can have issues.  Its best to underclock sometimes.  I have all mine set to 1000/1350 and still get 70k ppd each on medium.

Ive also found when it gets stuck sometimes you can pause the gpu (it can take 5+ minutes to pause sometimes) then hit resume.  Wait a few minutes and watch the log usually the GPU continues and works properly.  The status screen will still say 99.99% but it usually fixes itself after an hour or so and the log is always working more accurately.  I like to watch my log if it stops saving at every percent. then i usually restart my PC and generally dont lose much work.  Now that my gpus are underclocked and i run on medium everything seems better though. havent had nearly as many issues.

Looking through the log, it appears it had in fact stopped due to a driver crash (it'd be nice if the program would realize this and give some sort of notification). I am only folding at about half the speed as before though, now (40k PPD), but it is writing to the log file every percent...

yeah you may just want to underclock your gpu.  half speed is no good. at least get it to 75% speed Tongue.  maybe underclock and it will run without issues? just gotta find that happy median Tongue

I'm not sure what to underclock it to. My GPU (7950) is already at 925...
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May 25, 2014, 12:04:43 AM
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Man, this coin is driving me nuts. After 5.5 hours, the folding operation finally finished. Then it just sat at 99.99% until it finally locked up the client and had to be restarted. It reset the folding operation to 3.8% and now it's going back through the 5.5 hour operation yet again.

this generally happens if you had a driver failure.  Ive come to figure out my 270x/270 and my 7870 all like running on medium.  same exact ppd as high but no crashing..  Also even at stock clocks some gpus can have issues.  Its best to underclock sometimes.  I have all mine set to 1000/1350 and still get 70k ppd each on medium.

Ive also found when it gets stuck sometimes you can pause the gpu (it can take 5+ minutes to pause sometimes) then hit resume.  Wait a few minutes and watch the log usually the GPU continues and works properly.  The status screen will still say 99.99% but it usually fixes itself after an hour or so and the log is always working more accurately.  I like to watch my log if it stops saving at every percent. then i usually restart my PC and generally dont lose much work.  Now that my gpus are underclocked and i run on medium everything seems better though. havent had nearly as many issues.

Looking through the log, it appears it had in fact stopped due to a driver crash (it'd be nice if the program would realize this and give some sort of notification). I am only folding at about half the speed as before though, now (40k PPD), but it is writing to the log file every percent...

yeah you may just want to underclock your gpu.  half speed is no good. at least get it to 75% speed Tongue.  maybe underclock and it will run without issues? just gotta find that happy median Tongue

I'm not sure what to underclock it to. My GPU (7950) is already at 925...

I didn't read earlier, are you running the latest catalyst drivers? 14.4?
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May 25, 2014, 12:10:07 AM
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Man, this coin is driving me nuts. After 5.5 hours, the folding operation finally finished. Then it just sat at 99.99% until it finally locked up the client and had to be restarted. It reset the folding operation to 3.8% and now it's going back through the 5.5 hour operation yet again.

this generally happens if you had a driver failure.  Ive come to figure out my 270x/270 and my 7870 all like running on medium.  same exact ppd as high but no crashing..  Also even at stock clocks some gpus can have issues.  Its best to underclock sometimes.  I have all mine set to 1000/1350 and still get 70k ppd each on medium.

Ive also found when it gets stuck sometimes you can pause the gpu (it can take 5+ minutes to pause sometimes) then hit resume.  Wait a few minutes and watch the log usually the GPU continues and works properly.  The status screen will still say 99.99% but it usually fixes itself after an hour or so and the log is always working more accurately.  I like to watch my log if it stops saving at every percent. then i usually restart my PC and generally dont lose much work.  Now that my gpus are underclocked and i run on medium everything seems better though. havent had nearly as many issues.

Looking through the log, it appears it had in fact stopped due to a driver crash (it'd be nice if the program would realize this and give some sort of notification). I am only folding at about half the speed as before though, now (40k PPD), but it is writing to the log file every percent...

yeah you may just want to underclock your gpu.  half speed is no good. at least get it to 75% speed Tongue.  maybe underclock and it will run without issues? just gotta find that happy median Tongue

I'm not sure what to underclock it to. My GPU (7950) is already at 925...

I didn't read earlier, are you running the latest catalyst drivers? 14.4?

The latest (I think that's 14.4), as per some guides I read about it.

I'd also like to point out that at the moment my PPD is at 64k (it keeps jumping around -- sometimes as low as 15k, others up to 100k. The completion time also jumps between 3-7 hours).

I'm thinking the average of 64k is pretty low though (based on others saying it should get 110-120k)...
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May 25, 2014, 02:17:11 AM
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biggest issue and working against a high price is that up to 10000 CURE have to be bought each day
and that wont change the next 4 years

instead of halve rewards all 4 years u could reduce them 25% each year

this still will be a hard first year

but better a hard year than hard 4 years

we did a similar change with diamond which had original a 8 years coin rollout plan with 1500 dmd each day

we changed it and rediced main coin rollout phase down to around 1 1/2 years and replace a lot of POW as major coin rollout mechanism with POS


for CURE u shouldnt reduce the folding component but u should rethink the sha256 mining part
and reduce the reward for that a bit and increase pos instead

u dont need big sha256 hashrate to secure network if u have a hybrid POW/POS coin concept

PPC's method or Yacoin's is the best, as stormia mentioned, full pos or less incentives for PoW mining don't work so well because you depend on every coin holder keeping their wallets open for minting, which never happens massively. Won't happen for now, since the 30 day wait period isn't done.

I'd also like to add in that the number of coins being created each day is not nearly as relevant as giving a reason for people to purchase the coins. If the coin was pushing for wide adoption and had money-generating businesses backing it, you could pull in millions a day. Waiting and hoping that investors will pop out of nowhere for a coin that has no true value is ludicrous.

I couldn't agree more, a coin doesn't have value just because it exists. This coin really need a team to promote it as a currency unto itself as a separate entity from the fact that it is minted by folding rather than mining, while that can be used as a beginning selling point, there hast to be more to it. I understand that the dev's are primarily concerned with the folding aspects, but I have to wonder if Standford doesn't have a buisiness/marketing school in their university that they might be able to get involved in this coin? If not, then maybe we need to form a team to work in conjunction with the coin dev's to make this coin work.
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May 25, 2014, 02:48:44 AM
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I used to be involved in folding at reached the top 100 a few years ago, I would like to know how I can be a part of curecoin. Wondering if there is any way to accept curecoin as payment to start a mercantile site.

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May 25, 2014, 02:51:10 AM
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I used to be involved in folding at reached the top 100 a few years ago, I would like to know how I can be a part of curecoin. Wondering if there is any way to accept curecoin as payment to start a mercantile site.

You can accept Curecoin in the same way as anything else. Check out the guides for BTC for an example (as all the rest work the same way). It should help better understand implementation, and comes with guides for PHP and such.
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I used to be involved in folding at reached the top 100 a few years ago, I would like to know how I can be a part of curecoin. Wondering if there is any way to accept curecoin as payment to start a mercantile site.

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May 25, 2014, 04:24:49 AM
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For some reason I decided to go Google searching to see if anyone has noticed our teams rapid rise and what was being said about it.  I was in the forums of the teams currently ranked #1 and #2 as well as the several other teams that we have long since passed.

In short most of the comments are along the lines of WTF at the amount of power we brought to folding in such a short time.  However, there appears to be a lot of misunderstanding toward us and in some instances just plane hate.  For instance, time and again I've seen comments about how pointing your rigs at F@H for free is somehow better, nobler, holy-er, chose your word than if we point our rigs at F@H because we have a speculative chance for compensation.

I simply do not understand this line of thinking.  The key should be getting research done and I believe it is safe to say we are doing a hell of a lot of that.

Forgive me if I sound a bit negative here but what does this research lead to?  It leads to new drugs and other medical treatments.  Now maybe I'm naive but I don't recall receiving drugs and medical treatments for free.  We are talking about multi-billion dollar enterprises.  So if I have the opportunity to assist in research and possibly receive some compensation for doing it I don't feel guilty.  After all we paid (hardware, energy, and time) to participate in research that we will ultimately pay for again in the form of medical treatment and pharmaceuticals.  I just find the whole argument to be rather baffling personally.

The bottom line is it appears that most places believe CureCoin will implode within a few months.  Some predicted an implosion within a few days of launch.  I don't have a crystal ball so I can't see the future but I do hope we are able to maintain a very high PPD level indefinitely because I do believe we can change the world!  Full power to the folding computers!

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For some reason I decided to go Google searching to see if anyone has noticed our teams rapid rise and what was being said about it.  I was in the forums of the teams currently ranked #1 and #2 as well as the several other teams that we have long since passed.

In short most of the comments are along the lines of WTF at the amount of power we brought to folding in such a short time.  However, there appears to be a lot of misunderstanding toward us and in some instances just plane hate.  For instance, time and again I've seen comments about how pointing your rigs at F@H for free is somehow better, nobler, holy-er, chose your word than if we point our rigs at F@H because we have a speculative chance for compensation.

I simply do not understand this line of thinking.  The key should be getting research done and I believe it is safe to say we are doing a hell of a lot of that.

Forgive me if I sound a bit negative here but what does this research lead to?  It leads to new drugs and other medical treatments.  Now maybe I'm naive but I don't recall receiving drugs and medical treatments for free.  We are talking about multi-billion dollar enterprises.  So if I have the opportunity to assist in research and possibly receive some compensation for doing it I don't feel guilty.  After all we paid (hardware, energy, and time) to participate in research that we will ultimately pay for again in the form of medical treatment and pharmaceuticals.  I just find the whole argument to be rather baffling personally.

The bottom line is it appears that most places believe CureCoin will implode within a few months.  Some predicted an implosion within a few days of launch.  I don't have a crystal ball so I can't see the future but I do hope we are able to maintain a very high PPD level indefinitely because I do believe we can change the world!  Full power to the folding computers!



Let people complain all they want; it's their own opinion and has no impact on what we do or how we do it. If people want to volunteer, that's their choice. If people want to be compensated (and compensation is an option), that's their choice. What others think shouldn't be any concern to you; you do what you do, and they will do what they do.
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May 25, 2014, 05:06:16 AM
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For some reason I decided to go Google searching to see if anyone has noticed our teams rapid rise and what was being said about it.  I was in the forums of the teams currently ranked #1 and #2 as well as the several other teams that we have long since passed.

In short most of the comments are along the lines of WTF at the amount of power we brought to folding in such a short time.  However, there appears to be a lot of misunderstanding toward us and in some instances just plane hate.  For instance, time and again I've seen comments about how pointing your rigs at F@H for free is somehow better, nobler, holy-er, chose your word than if we point our rigs at F@H because we have a speculative chance for compensation.

I simply do not understand this line of thinking.  The key should be getting research done and I believe it is safe to say we are doing a hell of a lot of that.

Forgive me if I sound a bit negative here but what does this research lead to?  It leads to new drugs and other medical treatments.  Now maybe I'm naive but I don't recall receiving drugs and medical treatments for free.  We are talking about multi-billion dollar enterprises.  So if I have the opportunity to assist in research and possibly receive some compensation for doing it I don't feel guilty.  After all we paid (hardware, energy, and time) to participate in research that we will ultimately pay for again in the form of medical treatment and pharmaceuticals.  I just find the whole argument to be rather baffling personally.

The bottom line is it appears that most places believe CureCoin will implode within a few months.  Some predicted an implosion within a few days of launch.  I don't have a crystal ball so I can't see the future but I do hope we are able to maintain a very high PPD level indefinitely because I do believe we can change the world!  Full power to the folding computers!

We're not folding for pharmaceuticals but for Universities like Stanford who are doing the research.

We may not get the treatment for free but at least there's treatment which can be better then whats available right now.
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May 25, 2014, 05:09:42 AM
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I'm back to having issues again. My first folding job finished (after another multi-hour run). It submitted fine. The next one is folding at a rate of only 2k PPD (as opposed to the 90k I started the first one with and the 60k for the second one). It's been running for 30 minutes now and says it has an ETA of over 10 days. Here's the log:

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04:39:05:WU00:FS01:0x17:*********************** Log Started 2014-05-25T04:39:04Z ***********************
04:39:05:WU00:FS01:0x17:Project: 13000 (Run 1394, Clone 8, Gen 5)
04:39:05:WU00:FS01:0x17:Unit: 0x0000000a538b3db7531125e7c3cc426f
04:39:05:WU00:FS01:0x17:CPU: 0x00000000000000000000000000000000
04:39:05:WU00:FS01:0x17:Machine: 1
04:39:05:WU00:FS01:0x17:Reading tar file state.xml
04:39:06:WU00:FS01:0x17:Reading tar file system.xml
04:39:07:WU00:FS01:0x17:Reading tar file integrator.xml
04:39:07:WU00:FS01:0x17:Reading tar file core.xml
04:39:07:WU00:FS01:0x17:Digital signatures verified
04:39:07:WU00:FS01:0x17:Folding@home GPU core17
04:39:07:WU00:FS01:0x17:Version 0.0.52
04:44:23:WU00:FS01:0x17:Completed 0 out of 5000000 steps (0%)
04:44:23:WU00:FS01:0x17:Temperature control disabled. Requirements: single Nvidia GPU, tmax must be < 110 and twait >= 900
04:54:38:WU00:FS01:0x17:Completed 50000 out of 5000000 steps (1%)
05:04:34:WU00:FS01:0x17:Completed 100000 out of 5000000 steps (2%)

I'm just baffled because the log shows it being 1/3 the speed of the last fold, though the client itself claims it's less than 1/40th the speed. Along with this, why would it even be 1/3 the speed? Nothing has changed.
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