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Author Topic: [ANN]CureCoin - CURECOIN TEAM HAS TAKEN RANK 1 ON FOLDING@HOME!!!  (Read 668239 times)
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June 09, 2015, 05:24:03 AM
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Is the "available supply" on coincmarketcap correct? I thought 25,000,000 is high. Is the market cap really $575,000? I personally think it should be valued at that, but I am doubtful.

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/curecoin/

I know coinmarketcap gets available supply wrong with many coins for many reasons. Is there a place to view the total number of curecoins directly? The block explorer link they post doesn't seem useful either.

Yup, the they're using the full coin supply, whereas a large portion of them are held as payout premine, so they're not part of the circulation. In 2.0 the premine will be gone, so any numbers at that time will be accurate.

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June 09, 2015, 05:01:00 PM
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That's good it will be fixed in 2.0. What is the current number of coins in circulation? Is the information currently available anywhere?

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June 09, 2015, 10:02:54 PM
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That's good it will be fixed in 2.0. What is the current number of coins in circulation? Is the information currently available anywhere?

I can throw together an approximate number for you soon. Its not as cut and dry as folding coin since we have POS interest of 1% and also CureCoin 1.0 has a SHA mineable side to it( which will be eliminated in CC 2.0), and as we all know blocks dont crack exactly at the the given intervals they are supposed to IE ever waited for 1 hour + for a btc block to confirm?

That being said Ill try to work that into the release of a fully transparent ledger Im working on for all of the premine coins up to date. That is next on my to do list, hopefully will be done today.
 
Currently about to post the "how to" on getting into the first integrated Human-Mineable Scientific Crypto with CureCoin ( totally asic resistant  Wink )

Post will be up shortly on the details.

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June 09, 2015, 10:22:41 PM
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That's good it will be fixed in 2.0. What is the current number of coins in circulation? Is the information currently available anywhere?
For some napkin math, we have 60673 blocks, each with a 13 CUR reward, so that's 788,749. Then we have had ~13 months of payouts, so that's 13*30*7488 = 2,920,320
That doesn't include PoS interest.

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June 09, 2015, 11:00:27 PM
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That's good it will be fixed in 2.0. What is the current number of coins in circulation? Is the information currently available anywhere?
For some napkin math, we have 60673 blocks, each with a 13 CUR reward, so that's 788,749. Then we have had ~13 months of payouts, so that's 13*30*7488 = 2,920,320
That doesn't include PoS interest.

↑↑ Thanks Vorksholk, that is one item off the to-do list.

From the above post about Scientific Human-Mineable CureCoins, here is a link to the "how to" thread

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1085941.0

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June 10, 2015, 10:46:12 AM
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Some basic updates and restyling of the logos has been posted to the github https://github.com/cygnusxi/CurecoinSource/ for the CureCoin 1.x.x versions. Release of a new win qt will follow soon, for anyone wanting to try the new style out you can compile this from source. This is a non mandatory update, so no worries for the win and mac users waiting for qt's.

Quick peak at the new client that will be available soon


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June 10, 2015, 02:24:05 PM
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Some basic updates and restyling of the logos has been posted to the github https://github.com/cygnusxi/CurecoinSource/ for the CureCoin 1.x.x versions. Release of a new win qt will follow soon, for anyone wanting to try the new style out you can compile this from source. This is a non mandatory update, so no worries for the win and mac users waiting for qt's.

Quick peak at the new client that will be available soon


oooo my gtx980 arrived just in time Smiley

is there any rpc command to see network weight and my weight for staking ?

not hashing, folding and curing (check FLDC merged-folding! reuse good GPUs)
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June 10, 2015, 04:11:52 PM
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That's good it will be fixed in 2.0. What is the current number of coins in circulation? Is the information currently available anywhere?
For some napkin math, we have 60673 blocks, each with a 13 CUR reward, so that's 788,749. Then we have had ~13 months of payouts, so that's 13*30*7488 = 2,920,320
That doesn't include PoS interest.

Thanks. So the market cap is closer to $75,000 than the $575,000 listed on coincap.io and coinmarketcap.com. That's a big difference, I wonder what the effect has been of giving the appearance that Curecoin is valued at 8 times what it really is... To some it probably gave the impression of greater credibility and larger investments, but I imagine a 75k market cap has more upside potential than 575k.

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June 10, 2015, 04:53:30 PM
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That's good it will be fixed in 2.0. What is the current number of coins in circulation? Is the information currently available anywhere?
For some napkin math, we have 60673 blocks, each with a 13 CUR reward, so that's 788,749. Then we have had ~13 months of payouts, so that's 13*30*7488 = 2,920,320
That doesn't include PoS interest.

Thanks. So the market cap is closer to $75,000 than the $575,000 listed on coincap.io and coinmarketcap.com. That's a big difference, I wonder what the effect has been of giving the appearance that Curecoin is valued at 8 times what it really is... To some it probably gave the impression of greater credibility and larger investments, but I imagine a 75k market cap has more upside potential than 575k.

Certainly a double-edged sword, but on coinmarketcap the asterisk by the available supply denotes the large premine, so investors will know to look more into the coin composition before investing. Certainly more upside potential in 75k though Smiley

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June 11, 2015, 02:49:25 AM
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Hi guys i have some CURE that is over 30 days old but no POS do i need to upgrade my wallet
or something? thanks. Smiley

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June 11, 2015, 07:03:01 AM
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Hi guys i have some CURE that is over 30 days old but no POS do i need to upgrade my wallet
or something? thanks. Smiley

How long did you leave your wallet open for minting? Did you unlock the wallet?

Basic minting procedure . Go to debug window, type in "walletpassphrase (yourpassphrase) 999999 true" without quotes or () . This applies to only if you added a password to your wallet which you should.

It can take a long time to hit a stake block, its best to leave the wallet unlocked for minting only ( thats enabled by the true option) for at least 3 days at a time, or as often as possible. Staking coins also go by stake weight, which means you are more likely to collect stake the older your coins are and the more you have, both creating more weight. When you hit a block your stake weight will go back down, then rise again as coins get even older. 

Hopefully that helps.

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June 11, 2015, 07:32:24 AM
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Wondering if anyone can shed some light on an issue I'm having:

I have 2 folding rigs setup as follows:

E3 1230v3 8gb win7x64 5x 280x all on pciex1 usb riser.
q6600 4gb win7x64 3x 280x one directly into 16x slot the other 2 running on pciex1 usb riser.

Currently I am wondering why I see such large difference in TPF for the same projects across the two rigs, for example 10467 on the E3 rig has a TPF of 5:56 compared too 10:47 on the q6600 rig. The PPD of the q6600 rig seems stupidly low considering both rigs have identical gpu. This is not the case with 9201 projects. The q6600 is running ~ 12% cpu load so that shouldn't be an issue?
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June 11, 2015, 08:04:55 AM
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Here is a link to where the premine / dev funds have gone up to date. If you look at the dates you will notice that the team does not always collect every month and those months will roll over into the next payment. Also note I have spent a good deal of the funds that I have folded for to pay for block exporer costs, windows installer packages, etc, that are not noted here since I paid for them with my folding earnings. This is a quick import but should be very accurate.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pPuN6Cz3rRCx7gPl9TUbtn9Px-kyuYICB1Z58swuPmw/edit?usp=sharing

Totals are at the bottom of the spreadsheet. This is all payments from dev and folder payments since the launch of the project.

More in the CureCoin news, a fresh windows qt will be out likely tomorrow, linux users can follow the how to on the github to easily compile a qt. The mac wallet that is out will still operate just the same, the bulk of the updates are mostly cosmetic. If anyone is interested in a new mac wallet let us know. You will probably be more interested in the multiplatform ready curecoin 2.0 alpha testing that should be ready tomorrow. We tested it tonight, the alpha of 2.0 is almost ready  Smiley


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June 11, 2015, 08:11:10 AM
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Wondering if anyone can shed some light on an issue I'm having:

I have 2 folding rigs setup as follows:

E3 1230v3 8gb win7x64 5x 280x all on pciex1 usb riser.
q6600 4gb win7x64 3x 280x one directly into 16x slot the other 2 running on pciex1 usb riser.

Currently I am wondering why I see such large difference in TPF for the same projects across the two rigs, for example 10467 on the E3 rig has a TPF of 5:56 compared too 10:47 on the q6600 rig. The PPD of the q6600 rig seems stupidly low considering both rigs have identical gpu. This is not the case with 9201 projects. The q6600 is running ~ 12% cpu load so that shouldn't be an issue?


possibilities:
different clock speeds on the cpus feeding the gpus? each gpu can only use one core , however the difference is pretty big in your report
more likely, mixing a direct gpu into 16x slot and using risers. Ive heard using a mix of direct and risers can affect folding performace
reinstall needed of client?

Your best bet would be to ask the guys nicely over at foldingforum.org about your setup if the above does not help

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June 11, 2015, 03:32:39 PM
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Hi guys i have some CURE that is over 30 days old but no POS do i need to upgrade my wallet
or something? thanks. Smiley

How long did you leave your wallet open for minting? Did you unlock the wallet?

Basic minting procedure . Go to debug window, type in "walletpassphrase (yourpassphrase) 999999 true" without quotes or () . This applies to only if you added a password to your wallet which you should.

It can take a long time to hit a stake block, its best to leave the wallet unlocked for minting only ( thats enabled by the true option) for at least 3 days at a time, or as often as possible. Staking coins also go by stake weight, which means you are more likely to collect stake the older your coins are and the more you have, both creating more weight. When you hit a block your stake weight will go back down, then rise again as coins get even older. 

Hopefully that helps.

Hi my wallet has been unlocked since i installed it the oldest CURE i have in my wallet has been since 5/19

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June 11, 2015, 04:54:29 PM
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Hi guys i have some CURE that is over 30 days old but no POS do i need to upgrade my wallet
or something? thanks. Smiley

How long did you leave your wallet open for minting? Did you unlock the wallet?

Basic minting procedure . Go to debug window, type in "walletpassphrase (yourpassphrase) 999999 true" without quotes or () . This applies to only if you added a password to your wallet which you should.

It can take a long time to hit a stake block, its best to leave the wallet unlocked for minting only ( thats enabled by the true option) for at least 3 days at a time, or as often as possible. Staking coins also go by stake weight, which means you are more likely to collect stake the older your coins are and the more you have, both creating more weight. When you hit a block your stake weight will go back down, then rise again as coins get even older. 

Hopefully that helps.

Hi my wallet has been unlocked since i installed it the oldest CURE i have in my wallet has been since 5/19

The stake on CureCoin is set up to begin after 30 days of holding and max weight at 90 days , @ 1% gain. You will be eligible for minting stake on 6/19 if your oldest coins are from 5/19.

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June 11, 2015, 05:11:28 PM
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-.... (Merkle Trees)

The Greek finance minister will not allow CC in Greece ... With that name of a tree  Grin

Sorry, couldn't resist ...

hehe but merkle trees are in all coins, including bitcoin ;-)


Didn't I say that same thing some time ago?

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June 11, 2015, 06:18:09 PM
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Non mandatory client update win qt http://1.curecoinmirror.com/Curecoin-0.1.3.2.zip as noted in OP

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June 11, 2015, 08:05:32 PM
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Wondering if anyone can shed some light on an issue I'm having:

I have 2 folding rigs setup as follows:

E3 1230v3 8gb win7x64 5x 280x all on pciex1 usb riser.
q6600 4gb win7x64 3x 280x one directly into 16x slot the other 2 running on pciex1 usb riser.

Currently I am wondering why I see such large difference in TPF for the same projects across the two rigs, for example 10467 on the E3 rig has a TPF of 5:56 compared too 10:47 on the q6600 rig. The PPD of the q6600 rig seems stupidly low considering both rigs have identical gpu. This is not the case with 9201 projects. The q6600 is running ~ 12% cpu load so that shouldn't be an issue?

The Q6600 is quite an old processor (8 years), so it may be choking PCI lanes or something. What's the GPU usage at on that box?

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June 11, 2015, 10:42:28 PM
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Wondering if anyone can shed some light on an issue I'm having:

I have 2 folding rigs setup as follows:

E3 1230v3 8gb win7x64 5x 280x all on pciex1 usb riser.
q6600 4gb win7x64 3x 280x one directly into 16x slot the other 2 running on pciex1 usb riser.

Currently I am wondering why I see such large difference in TPF for the same projects across the two rigs, for example 10467 on the E3 rig has a TPF of 5:56 compared too 10:47 on the q6600 rig. The PPD of the q6600 rig seems stupidly low considering both rigs have identical gpu. This is not the case with 9201 projects. The q6600 is running ~ 12% cpu load so that shouldn't be an issue?

The Q6600 is quite an old processor (8 years), so it may be choking PCI lanes or something. What's the GPU usage at on that box?

Gpu load is 93% on one card and 97% on the other two, I did re-install folding@home last night but can't be sure if that's resolved the issue because I have different projects now. Still the ppd is back up to where I would expect it for the 280x.

Thanks to cygnusxi and Vorksholk for the help Smiley
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