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September 30, 2016, 10:07:52 AM
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Can wallet "Tokenly Pockets" to receive _ALL_?
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September 30, 2016, 12:16:55 PM
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Hello,
can I use poloniex deposit address for withdrawing curecoins from cryptobullionpools
 and is it possible to use blockchain.info for curecoin withdrawals?
Thanks!

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September 30, 2016, 01:51:35 PM
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Hello,
can I use poloniex deposit address for withdrawing curecoins from cryptobullionpools
 and is it possible to use blockchain.info for curecoin withdrawals?
Thanks!

You can use a poloniex CureCoin deposit address for your cryptobullionpools withdrawals if you like, but for a block explorer you want https://chainz.cryptoid.info/cure/. blockchain.info is for BitCoin.

Awesome! You could actually offer 3k for a really good calculator taking into account all the tokens that can be earned via the _ALL_ keyword of merge folding and explaining in a clear way on the same page (below the calculator) the exact minimum required steps to start CURE/_ALL_ merge folding. Maybe you can contact FLDC team and ask them to give some FLDC in addition to the 3k CURE as this calculator is going to be a little bit more tricky to develop since the partnerships between FLDC and other tokens change with time so the calculator should ideally be able to self-adapt or should give to the FLDC team the possibility to parametrize the _ALL_ part (i.e. to add/remove tokens and the URLs where their value can be fetched) every time their partnerships change.
 
Such a calculator will bring miners to folding like crazy!

What would be really nice is if CureCoin could get on the GPU section of http://www.whattomine.com/ since a lot of miners use that. It is already listed in the ASIC section for SHA-256 mining, but nothing for GPU folding. They would just need to replace the "Mh/s" field with a "PPD" field; and instead of reading the difficulty, would need to read the total PPD of the team to do its calculation. For that last part they might need to take each day's values over the last month to predict what the next day's value will be. Something like the trend line on folding.extremeoverlcocking. It can vary quite a bit on a day to day basis with stat servers going down for maintenance, and just daily growth, etc; so just using the previous day's value would be misleading.

That's only half of it though. The other half is making sure miners can figure out what PPD to expect from what GPU, so that they can fill in that "PPD" field. http://www.overclock.net/t/475163/gpu-projects-ppd-database/0_100 is pretty handy, but that's just one resource. It needs a lot more data points for certain cards, and how many potential folders even know about it? I've been trying to fill in as much as I can for R9 290 data, and it looks like there is a lot of GTX 1070 and a decent amount of 980 data too. There might be a lot more nvidia folders if they knew how profitable cure can be, because they have the advantage over AMD at folding, whereas they are at a disadvantage when it comes to mining.
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September 30, 2016, 10:22:54 PM
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The overclock database is why I went with the 1070s when I got serious. It DOES show the major advantage NVidia has over current AMD strongly - but the RX480 results are promising that the gap has narrowed quite a bit and when AMD starts releasing higher-end cards might be very close indeed.

 I'm definitely not looking forward to the day that ETH income on an R9 290 drops below CURE/etc income.

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October 01, 2016, 03:24:19 PM
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Something is screwy with why more people aren't mining this with all the people out there who bought SHA256 ASIC's and will no longer mine Bitcoin with them.  Isn't this coin profitable to mine with a Antminer S3? 


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October 01, 2016, 11:04:05 PM
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I installed "Tokenly Pockets" from Gogle Apps. Now I'm trying to send to the exchange FLDC coins.

Send to: Copy/Paste from exchange FLDC deposit address in the wallet.
Amount: 1000 (small amount)

But not sent anything. Something missing or wrong I do? Wallet is encripted.

What kind wallet you use for FLDC and ALL?
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October 01, 2016, 11:59:45 PM
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I installed "Tokenly Pockets" from Gogle Apps. Now I'm trying to send to the exchange FLDC coins.

Send to: Copy/Paste from exchange FLDC deposit address in the wallet.
Amount: 1000 (small amount)

But not sent anything. Something missing or wrong I do? Wallet is encripted.

What kind wallet you use for FLDC and ALL?

Wrong thread. You want this one: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=781352.0
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October 02, 2016, 05:51:29 AM
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Something is screwy with why more people aren't mining this with all the people out there who bought SHA256 ASIC's and will no longer mine Bitcoin with them.  Isn't this coin profitable to mine with a Antminer S3?  


 I think I remember crunching the numbers sometime late last year on doing the SHA256 for Curecoin thing with my S5s vs running them on Bitcoin - and Bitcoin won by a narrow margin on profitability.

 Much lower hashrate but also much lower reward rate and it pretty much balanced out.

 I suspect this remains the case this year.



 Up side, I *FINALLY* got a FLDC payment - don't get me started on how big a PITA this wallet is, and how little feedback it gives while it's transfering anything, but it eventually worked - and was a nice non-small bonus. What I DON'T get is the bs about "have to have at least .0005 BITCOIN to cover transaction fees" - especially when the bloody fee was LESS THAN 30% of that on what had to have been a rather large transaction. SOMEONE is definitely getting over on THAT bs.

 Unfortunately I missed the spike - but it was still worthwhile, though I'm not sure it doubled my income by any means.
For the timeframe involved it was definitely more than I could earn in a year from EVGA's silly little reward program (do keep in mind I've been typically #8 on Team Curecoin as ranked by Points 24 hours since very shortly after I swapped my current rigs over from Ethereum - not many folks that can match or better my performance at this point, and after my move next week I intend to add more rigs).

 Any idea if there's an exchange anywhere for that MAGICFDLC stuff, or is it just useless fluff?
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October 02, 2016, 06:43:17 AM
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Something is screwy with why more people aren't mining this with all the people out there who bought SHA256 ASIC's and will no longer mine Bitcoin with them.  Isn't this coin profitable to mine with a Antminer S3?  


 I think I remember crunching the numbers sometime late last year on doing the SHA256 for Curecoin thing with my S5s vs running them on Bitcoin - and Bitcoin won by a narrow margin on profitability.

 Much lower hashrate but also much lower reward rate and it pretty much balanced out.

 I suspect this remains the case this year.



 Up side, I *FINALLY* got a FLDC payment - don't get me started on how big a PITA this wallet is, and how little feedback it gives while it's transfering anything, but it eventually worked - and was a nice non-small bonus. What I DON'T get is the bs about "have to have at least .0005 BITCOIN to cover transaction fees" - especially when the bloody fee was LESS THAN 30% of that on what had to have been a rather large transaction. SOMEONE is definitely getting over on THAT bs.

 Unfortunately I missed the spike - but it was still worthwhile, though I'm not sure it doubled my income by any means.
For the timeframe involved it was definitely more than I could earn in a year from EVGA's silly little reward program (do keep in mind I've been typically #8 on Team Curecoin as ranked by Points 24 hours since very shortly after I swapped my current rigs over from Ethereum - not many folks that can match or better my performance at this point, and after my move next week I intend to add more rigs).

 Any idea if there's an exchange anywhere for that MAGICFDLC stuff, or is it just useless fluff?


In your wallet, just click on "exchange" then "markets"
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October 02, 2016, 06:58:31 AM
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Up side, I *FINALLY* got a FLDC payment - don't get me started on how big a PITA this wallet is, and how little feedback it gives while it's transfering anything, but it eventually worked - and was a nice non-small bonus. What I DON'T get is the bs about "have to have at least .0005 BITCOIN to cover transaction fees" - especially when the bloody fee was LESS THAN 30% of that on what had to have been a rather large transaction. SOMEONE is definitely getting over on THAT bs.

Unfortunately I missed the spike - but it was still worthwhile, though I'm not sure it doubled my income by any means.
For the timeframe involved it was definitely more than I could earn in a year from EVGA's silly little reward program (do keep in mind I've been typically #8 on Team Curecoin as ranked by Points 24 hours since very shortly after I swapped my current rigs over from Ethereum - not many folks that can match or better my performance at this point, and after my move next week I intend to add more rigs).

 Any idea if there's an exchange anywhere for that MAGICFDLC stuff, or is it just useless fluff?

Counterwallet seems to have it's own exchange, and in there the last price for MAGICFLDC was 0.00001450XCP or about 10 satoshis per.

Seems I got 100k of each vs. about 1k Cure for the same ~20 day period. At the current prices this amounts to almost 0.3 BTC for all 3 coins (almost 0.2 coming from FLDC and 0.1 coming from Cure). This definitely is more profitable than mining ETH or ETC by about +50%, as my 3x R9 290s were netting me about 0.01 BTC/day worth of ETH. I only would've mined 0.2 BTC during the same period.
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October 02, 2016, 10:03:39 AM
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Despite FLDC having very low PPD, they're whooping our ass in terms of volume/liquidity. Interesting.

It also appears that curecoin's morale is higher than anticipated, I was expecting the price to dump much harder given all the new folders coming in..
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October 02, 2016, 10:38:33 AM
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Despite FLDC having very low PPD, they're whooping our ass in terms of volume/liquidity. Interesting.

I think this is due to merge folding. Lot of people earn FLDC without being in the Foldingcoin team.


It also appears that curecoin's morale is higher than anticipated, I was expecting the price to dump much harder given all the new folders coming in..

Most folders are smart. They anticipate that with the future release of CC2.0 which is probably going to be the most secure crypto + the SigmaX bonus, the value of Curecoin might skyrocket, so they keep it.
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October 02, 2016, 10:41:42 AM
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Any idea if there's an exchange anywhere for that MAGICFDLC stuff, or is it just useless fluff?

MAGICFLDC is a token that is going to be used in some way inside a game called Spells of Genesis.
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October 02, 2016, 10:55:46 AM
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This definitely is more profitable than mining ETH or ETC by about +50%, as my 3x R9 290s were netting me about 0.01 BTC/day worth of ETH. I only would've mined 0.2 BTC during the same period.

I'm definitely not looking forward to the day that ETH income on an R9 290 drops below CURE/etc income.

Looks like that day is already here...
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October 02, 2016, 10:57:02 AM
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This definitely is more profitable than mining ETH or ETC by about +50%, as my 3x R9 290s were netting me about 0.01 BTC/day worth of ETH. I only would've mined 0.2 BTC during the same period.

This [CURE+FLDC merge folding] definitely is more profitable than mining ETH or ETC by about +50%

Just wanted to highlight it to catch the eye of miners that might read this thread Cheesy
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October 05, 2016, 03:18:25 AM
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The later round will be to build the curecoin foundation and hire professionals onto the team so the current core team and myself can fill all the good requests we have had to improve curecoin.


The decentralized exchange of WAVES and the decentralized Marketplace of SYS look amazing. If Curecoin 2.0 could do that, plus stealth send coins, that would be a dream. I know that's not in terms with what you guys are trying to do, but that's why I said dream. Cheesy

Keep up the good work guys.. I've invested too much into you guys now, but I'm ready to go down with the ship.
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October 05, 2016, 03:48:45 AM
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Well, there is only one pool now mining Curecoin and I really wanted to get it to work, but with about two weeks of mailing support back and forth we haven't been able to get my asic to work on it.  It is working fine being a dualmode and mining Litecoin.   I am not sure what's wrong, have had to do other things, but maybe this post might motivate others to get involved in making it easier to mine Curecoin.  I have to admit it is a little confusing to me why a simple bat file couldn't get cgminer to stay connected.  It kept disconnecting.  I am mining several different coins, and learning about more ways of mining like harddrive mining, and it seems this stuff is hard to sink into when it comes to trying to mine this in the old fashion pool sense.  Or, maybe it was the pool, I don't know.  It showed usually ten miners there.  There was no IRC support after about ten hours or more.  This seems like one of the only SHA256 coins worth mining today.  What are the other ways of mining it with a SHA256 miner?

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October 06, 2016, 08:42:23 AM
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Despite FLDC having very low PPD, they're whooping our ass in terms of volume/liquidity. Interesting.

I think this is due to merge folding. Lot of people earn FLDC without being in the Foldingcoin team.


It also appears that curecoin's morale is higher than anticipated, I was expecting the price to dump much harder given all the new folders coming in..

Most folders are smart. They anticipate that with the future release of CC2.0 which is probably going to be the most secure crypto + the SigmaX bonus, the value of Curecoin might skyrocket, so they keep it.


Along with many other factors, I think it is easier to hold coins as an investment knowing you aided in research to earn them

This definitely is more profitable than mining ETH or ETC by about +50%, as my 3x R9 290s were netting me about 0.01 BTC/day worth of ETH. I only would've mined 0.2 BTC during the same period.

This [CURE+FLDC merge folding] definitely is more profitable than mining ETH or ETC by about +50%

Just wanted to highlight it to catch the eye of miners that might read this thread Cheesy

Currently Team Curecoin is producing 11.4 petaflops for research and that number is growing faster than ever with the exception of maybe the curecoin launch month. It will be interesting to see how much of an impact this makes

Fold Proteins, earn cryptos! CureCoin. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=603757 MergeFold with FoldingCoin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=781352.0
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October 06, 2016, 11:20:13 AM
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Currently Team Curecoin is producing 11.4 petaflops for research and that number is growing faster than ever with the exception of maybe the curecoin launch month. It will be interesting to see how much of an impact this makes

In one week EVGA team had a PPD increase of +50%  Shocked
Maybe a side effect (beneficial for F@H !) of Curecoin team threatening their first place?  
If they continue to fight in this way, every PPD from future members to Curecoin team will actually bring 2 PPD to F@H! Cheesy
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October 06, 2016, 08:13:24 PM
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In one week EVGA team had a PPD increase of +50%  Shocked
Maybe a side effect (beneficial for F@H !) of Curecoin team threatening their first place?  
If they continue to fight in this way, every PPD from future members to Curecoin team will actually bring 2 PPD to F@H! Cheesy

Maybe some miners have taken notice, done the math, and figure it's slightly more profitable to fold for EVGA for their first 3 million points every month, and then switch to folding for CURE for the rest of the month.
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