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June 15, 2014, 03:35:26 AM
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So, when is the stake going to kick in? Is it already active? There is little information about staking in the first post :/
Not sure but someone mentioned a 30-days minimum coin age.

I believe I received 1.833976 CUR a few days ago as a result of this.  So it appears to be working.
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June 15, 2014, 08:49:27 AM
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I think people are leaving folding because more and more coins are earned per day. Shame if this great idea die.

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June 15, 2014, 12:57:43 PM
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I think people are leaving folding because more and more coins are earned per day. Shame if this great idea die.

The same number of coins are sent out daily, so those who stay earn more as a percentage of total. Unless this is what you meant?
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June 16, 2014, 12:58:44 AM
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I don't know how to handle this phenomenon: mining difficulty is exploding to more than 4M while the prize is still low? Kind of weird for me.

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June 16, 2014, 03:28:03 AM
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I don't know how to handle this phenomenon: mining difficulty is exploding to more than 4M while the prize is still low? Kind of weird for me.

My take is that, most people who knows about this coin think it's a great idea and holds the coins.

Problem is not many people know about the coin or is misunderstood so the volume is low.
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June 16, 2014, 01:23:01 PM
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I searching for something like that for months now i found it. Nice coin. Is there anybody who know why i get too hard proteins in the PC client and easy proteins in the WEB client?
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June 16, 2014, 01:38:05 PM
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So, when is the stake going to kick in? Is it already active? There is little information about staking in the first post :/
Not sure but someone mentioned a 30-days minimum coin age.

I believe I received 1.833976 CUR a few days ago as a result of this.  So it appears to be working.

Can you explain how to set up the wallet for minting?

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June 16, 2014, 02:04:35 PM
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So, when is the stake going to kick in? Is it already active? There is little information about staking in the first post :/
Not sure but someone mentioned a 30-days minimum coin age.

I believe I received 1.833976 CUR a few days ago as a result of this.  So it appears to be working.

Can you explain how to set up the wallet for minting?
in the console:
walletpasshphrase <you wallet password> 999999 true

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June 16, 2014, 03:51:23 PM
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So, when is the stake going to kick in? Is it already active? There is little information about staking in the first post :/
Not sure but someone mentioned a 30-days minimum coin age.

I believe I received 1.833976 CUR a few days ago as a result of this.  So it appears to be working.

Can you explain how to set up the wallet for minting?
in the console:
walletpasshphrase <you wallet password> 999999 true

Correction of spelling: walletpassphrase <your password> 99999999 true
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June 16, 2014, 04:23:00 PM
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So, when is the stake going to kick in? Is it already active? There is little information about staking in the first post :/
Not sure but someone mentioned a 30-days minimum coin age.

I believe I received 1.833976 CUR a few days ago as a result of this.  So it appears to be working.

Can you explain how to set up the wallet for minting?
in the console:
walletpasshphrase <you wallet password> 999999 true

Correction of spelling: walletpassphrase <your password> 99999999 true
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That's all? It used to be so much harder to PPC.

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June 16, 2014, 04:40:24 PM
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I searching for something like that for months now i found it. Nice coin. Is there anybody who know why i get too hard proteins in the PC client and easy proteins in the WEB client?

I'm guessing it's because the web client (NaCl) is meant for folders who can run it in their office so they need fast and small WUs for fast turnovers while the PC client is meant for hardcore 24/7 folders.
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June 16, 2014, 05:45:42 PM
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So, when is the stake going to kick in? Is it already active? There is little information about staking in the first post :/
Not sure but someone mentioned a 30-days minimum coin age.

I believe I received 1.833976 CUR a few days ago as a result of this.  So it appears to be working.

Can you explain how to set up the wallet for minting?
in the console:
walletpasshphrase <you wallet password> 999999 true

Correction of spelling: walletpassphrase <your password> 99999999 true
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That's all? It used to be so much harder to PPC.

Yep that's all.  The command shown above is all I use and I've received several payments.
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June 16, 2014, 10:22:55 PM
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Any development news?
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June 16, 2014, 10:44:29 PM
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Any development news?
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Nothing too exciting right now, we've been working on (and finished, minus the few things we'll have to do just before it goes live) everything for backend ocore (F@H's next-generation folding software) support on our end, and we're also moving along with the stuff for the conference, we'll be posting conference materials in the next week or two.

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June 17, 2014, 03:39:47 AM
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Calling Aboy68   Grin

I think you will pass me in a day or two.  I'm running as fast as I can but it looks like you are faster.  lol  Congrats!

I'm taking 6 GPU's (290X TRI-X's) offline permanently due to the hardware issues I've mentioned before.  I suspect I'll be over 2 million PPD even after I take them offline because I couldn't keep them running most of the time anyway.  In fact, I've already taken 4 of them offline and my PPD have barely dropped because I can run a single GPU per system at full factory overclocked speeds rather than underclocking them by a big margin to get two to run poorly in the systems.

That is an idea of how much downtime I was having.   Cry  At least things will be much more stable going forward!

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June 17, 2014, 07:15:21 AM
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Any development news?
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Nothing too exciting right now, we've been working on (and finished, minus the few things we'll have to do just before it goes live) everything for backend ocore (F@H's next-generation folding software) support on our end, and we're also moving along with the stuff for the conference, we'll be posting conference materials in the next week or two.


Did find some info about the new "Ocore" -

"Another advantage of the streaming core is that deadlines are easier to handle and it's more efficient. Under traditional cores if I drop out of F@h then it takes weeks for my workunit to timeout and get reassigned. A stream core gains efficiency by synchronizing much more frequently. Now the results are returned to Stanford at every frame. This means that they get the results in a more continuous fashion. Also, every hour or so the Stanford servers are also sent "checkpoints", which are larger and more precise than frames but allow a stream to be resumed from that point. So now, if I go offline someone else can quickly pick up my stream where I left off, and there's less than an hour of downtime. Then I come back to the project I'd get a different stream to push forward."

"This is a totally different core and uses a totally different backend. It is designed for 24x7x356 folding."

"We actually want to encourage people to hold onto a single "WU" for as long as possible. We can probably make a contest of sorts down the road to see who can fold for the longest."

"We're working on unity, so that a single project can be completed by CPU cores, OpenCL cores, and possibly CUDA cores down the road. "

"Yes OCore supports AVX"

"In the past a project was hosted by one work server, if the server was down, project was down. With ocores, a single target can be processed by multiple servers, allowing for more redundancy and better load balancing."

This looks great!

Question: When are we shedualed to switch to the new core? Do we have a date?
Question: Are windows folding supported?
Question: Is it ok to stay in the "old" way of folding in parallel with the new?
Question: Vorksholk - how is your new folding working out, did see you where running the new Ocore?!

Now we can have multiple payout per day! True?

Calling ChasingTheDream - Now your "bad" hardware might work again!!!


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June 17, 2014, 07:17:04 AM
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Calling Aboy68   Grin

I think you will pass me in a day or two.  I'm running as fast as I can but it looks like you are faster.  lol  Congrats!

I'm taking 6 GPU's (290X TRI-X's) offline permanently due to the hardware issues I've mentioned before.  I suspect I'll be over 2 million PPD even after I take them offline because I couldn't keep them running most of the time anyway.  In fact, I've already taken 4 of them offline and my PPD have barely dropped because I can run a single GPU per system at full factory overclocked speeds rather than underclocking them by a big margin to get two to run poorly in the systems.

That is an idea of how much downtime I was having.   Cry  At least things will be much more stable going forward!



I have 2 GPU's that are broken, one are downing my PSU totaly, the PSU dont starts with that GPU. One do FAIL all the time, thinking of sending them back to the manufacturer. Happy folding  Grin

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June 17, 2014, 05:18:26 PM
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Calling Aboy68   Grin

I think you will pass me in a day or two.  I'm running as fast as I can but it looks like you are faster.  lol  Congrats!

I'm taking 6 GPU's (290X TRI-X's) offline permanently due to the hardware issues I've mentioned before.  I suspect I'll be over 2 million PPD even after I take them offline because I couldn't keep them running most of the time anyway.  In fact, I've already taken 4 of them offline and my PPD have barely dropped because I can run a single GPU per system at full factory overclocked speeds rather than underclocking them by a big margin to get two to run poorly in the systems.

That is an idea of how much downtime I was having.   Cry  At least things will be much more stable going forward!



I have 2 GPU's that are broken, one are downing my PSU totaly, the PSU dont starts with that GPU. One do FAIL all the time, thinking of sending them back to the manufacturer. Happy folding  Grin

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We are still doing quite well considering the amount of hardware issues we've run into.  I'm not sure what I will do with the GPU's I've pulled from the machines.  I may sell them or I may keep them as spares so when my others die I have another card immediately available.

At some point there may be a resolution to keep them running to so I'm not in a big hurry to sell them.
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June 17, 2014, 07:38:51 PM
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Any development news?
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Nothing too exciting right now, we've been working on (and finished, minus the few things we'll have to do just before it goes live) everything for backend ocore (F@H's next-generation folding software) support on our end, and we're also moving along with the stuff for the conference, we'll be posting conference materials in the next week or two.


Did find some info about the new "Ocore" -

"Another advantage of the streaming core is that deadlines are easier to handle and it's more efficient. Under traditional cores if I drop out of F@h then it takes weeks for my workunit to timeout and get reassigned. A stream core gains efficiency by synchronizing much more frequently. Now the results are returned to Stanford at every frame. This means that they get the results in a more continuous fashion. Also, every hour or so the Stanford servers are also sent "checkpoints", which are larger and more precise than frames but allow a stream to be resumed from that point. So now, if I go offline someone else can quickly pick up my stream where I left off, and there's less than an hour of downtime. Then I come back to the project I'd get a different stream to push forward."

"This is a totally different core and uses a totally different backend. It is designed for 24x7x356 folding."

"We actually want to encourage people to hold onto a single "WU" for as long as possible. We can probably make a contest of sorts down the road to see who can fold for the longest."

"We're working on unity, so that a single project can be completed by CPU cores, OpenCL cores, and possibly CUDA cores down the road. "

"Yes OCore supports AVX"

"In the past a project was hosted by one work server, if the server was down, project was down. With ocores, a single target can be processed by multiple servers, allowing for more redundancy and better load balancing."

This looks great!

Question: When are we shedualed to switch to the new core? Do we have a date?
Question: Are windows folding supported?
Question: Is it ok to stay in the "old" way of folding in parallel with the new?
Question: Vorksholk - how is your new folding working out, did see you where running the new Ocore?!

Now we can have multiple payout per day! True?

Calling ChasingTheDream - Now your "bad" hardware might work again!!!


//Aboy68

Yup, ocore's pretty awesome!

We don't have a date yet for when ocore transitions will occur for Curecoin payouts. As it stands, ocore is doing 'production' work, but is not currently scrabbling to the standard Stanford point system, and the way in which points will be assigned for ocore is still up in the air. As it stands, we could easily benchmark existing hardware to provide similar performance, but that's not the most elegant solution, for sure. It is really up to Stanford as to when they wish the transition to occur.

Windows ocores will be available Smiley

Yeah, as long as Stanford continues to support the old cores, Curecoin will still do payouts for them! However, ocores will likely have a slight point advantage, so it'd likely be in a person's best interest to fold ocore-style. Additionally, ocore may be pushed as an updated core to client v7, in which case those systems would switch over automatically.

Folding on ocore is working great, EC2 servers @ around 7 or 8 cents per hour can compute along the same performance as a Nvidia 760, which is pretty awesome.

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June 17, 2014, 08:59:15 PM
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I did get my first minted curecoint today  Cheesy

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