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Author Topic: [ANN] Slimcoin : Proof of Burn NEW BLOCK GEN, Mineable by low power computer!  (Read 280448 times)
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June 08, 2014, 02:56:52 AM
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I saw a new coin copy from SLM yesterday~

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June 08, 2014, 02:59:31 AM
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where ?
There are currently three pools:
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Slimcoin Poolsandor111stratum+tcp://pool.slimcoinpool.com:3333 -u YourSlimCoinAddress -p x-
HashHarder pool for SlimcoinTheCoinFinderstratum+tcp://new.hashharder.com:9981 -u YourSlimCoinAddress -p x-
Block Quarry Slimcoin Poolpincw4stratum+tcp://slm.blockquarry.com:3040 -u Weblogin.WorkerName -p WorkerPassword(MPOS pool, signup required)

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June 08, 2014, 03:00:27 AM
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So essentially, one of the very few innovative coins, amongst the recent obsession with anonymity is being given a toxic community?

As a question to the dev, I've got a few "Minted By burn" transactions.
But if I go into transaction details, despite the transaction telling me I've made 20-30SLM for each "Mint by burn", the net is usually something like: +0.041604 SLM.
Why is this? Should I not be recieving the 20-30 the wallet tells me?
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June 08, 2014, 03:02:09 AM
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I saw a new coin copy from SLM yesterday~
If you mean TGC, it's been mentioned before.  At least there's others who will experiment with PoB Smiley

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June 08, 2014, 03:07:45 AM
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I want to humiliate you for making such a shitty wallet, whitepaper and for being a dick.

This is the point where I will let the community judge the credibility of your posts.

Also, the people that complain the most are the ones that know nothing and can't do anything.
You are mad if you think community let alone traders have any sympathy for you. Why are you here anyway? You've only addressed one issue so far -hard fork due to a wallet bug.
Your first post is deceitful and you are no better than scammers lurking bitcointalk.


thi "sprimer-" guy
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And not to do anything

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June 08, 2014, 05:45:03 AM
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Looks like we have a new problem - 2 parallel forks. There are block 9246 at diff 0.04594785 and block 9218 at diff 0.03496026 at the same time in different wallets.

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June 08, 2014, 05:50:20 AM
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Looks like we have a new problem - 2 parallel forks. There are block 9246 at diff 0.04594785 and block 9218 at diff 0.03496026 at the same time in different wallets.

I was in the middle of writing exactly about this. I have all my nodes (4) on 9232 ( 5:49AM GMT) but the pool http://new.hashharder.com/dcrypt/slimcoin is on 9255
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June 08, 2014, 05:52:58 AM
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why so many people dump the scarce coins?

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June 08, 2014, 06:07:58 AM
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I had to give up mining full time on this coin at least on my cpu (still have my digital ocean one running but not for much longer I think) this is a waste of my time. If I were making more than less than half of a half of a coin then I wouldn't have a problem but I have no idea of the concept of this, nor do I know anything about how to mine this. I'm sorry I had faith in the beginning but it seems like there's a lot of toxicity in this community here and I don't like it, I have enough problems of my own to deal with.

Anyways interesting concept op, hope slimcoin picks up again in the future. I'll find something to do with my 4 whole coins.

What else could I say?
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June 08, 2014, 06:11:21 AM
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Our pool has a lower difficulty, meaning you should see shares more often. But we do need miners. Once we have our first block, we will be able to adjust the algorithms for expected shares etc.

http://new.hashharder.com/dcrypt/slimcoin



Your pool does not accept my shares!!!

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June 08, 2014, 06:12:35 AM
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Looks like we have a new problem - 2 parallel forks. There are block 9246 at diff 0.04594785 and block 9218 at diff 0.03496026 at the same time in different wallets.

I was in the middle of writing exactly about this. I have all my nodes (4) on 9232 ( 5:49AM GMT) but the pool http://new.hashharder.com/dcrypt/slimcoin is on 9255

I just checked and indeed I am also having the same problem being at block 9241 and 9268 at the same time in 2 different wallets. I am still solomining.
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June 08, 2014, 06:17:23 AM
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Looks like we have a new problem - 2 parallel forks. There are block 9246 at diff 0.04594785 and block 9218 at diff 0.03496026 at the same time in different wallets.

I was in the middle of writing exactly about this. I have all my nodes (4) on 9232 ( 5:49AM GMT) but the pool http://new.hashharder.com/dcrypt/slimcoin is on 9255

sandor111's pool on http://63.141.232.170/ seems to be also on the fork with the lower block height ( 9241 @ 7:13AM GMT) so I suggest that the this is the "dominant" fork. The question is about bter.com.
Can the owner of http://new.hashharder.com/dcrypt/slimcoin check also this issue?
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June 08, 2014, 06:33:27 AM
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Right now 2 forks are at 9283 and 9250. I've stopped the wallet on 9250 chain, deleted blk* files and addr.dat, added nodes below, restarted and it synced to the 9283 chain. I think everybody on this chain should do it. The difference between chains is more then 30 blocks and 9283 chain has 30% more hashpower.

Nodes:
addnode=63.141.232.170
addnode=144.76.142.47
addnode=144.76.142.49
addnode=94.229.76.122
addnode=185.21.191.189
addnode=85.110.8.131
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=60.250.174.75
addnode=198.199.101.230
addnode=192.82.119.85
addnode=107.170.123.185
addnode=95.85.25.57
addnode=222.134.95.70
addnode=54.187.155.212
addnode=54.201.166.212
addnode=192.241.173.228
addnode=119.63.94.173
addnode=181.193.75.66
addnode=144.76.142.47
addnode=144.76.142.49
addnode=76.127.202.17
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=125.115.54.166
addnode=76.127.202.17
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=107.181.250.216
addnode=107.181.250.217

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June 08, 2014, 06:38:54 AM
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Right now 2 forks are at 9283 and 9250. I've stopped the wallet on 9250 chain, deleted blk* files and addr.dat, added nodes below, restarted and it synced to the 9283 chain. I think everybody on this chain should do it. The difference between chains is more then 30 blocks and 9283 chain has 30% more hashpower.

Nodes:
addnode=63.141.232.170
addnode=144.76.142.47
addnode=144.76.142.49
addnode=94.229.76.122
addnode=185.21.191.189
addnode=85.110.8.131
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=60.250.174.75
addnode=198.199.101.230
addnode=192.82.119.85
addnode=107.170.123.185
addnode=95.85.25.57
addnode=222.134.95.70
addnode=54.187.155.212
addnode=54.201.166.212
addnode=192.241.173.228
addnode=119.63.94.173
addnode=181.193.75.66
addnode=144.76.142.47
addnode=144.76.142.49
addnode=76.127.202.17
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=125.115.54.166
addnode=76.127.202.17
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=107.181.250.216
addnode=107.181.250.217


I did exactly the same 30 min ago on 2 daemons with these nodes from the list and got on the other chain.
I will try now again.
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June 08, 2014, 07:08:41 AM
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Right now 2 forks are at 9283 and 9250. I've stopped the wallet on 9250 chain, deleted blk* files and addr.dat, added nodes below, restarted and it synced to the 9283 chain. I think everybody on this chain should do it. The difference between chains is more then 30 blocks and 9283 chain has 30% more hashpower.

Nodes:
addnode=63.141.232.170
addnode=144.76.142.47
addnode=144.76.142.49
addnode=94.229.76.122
addnode=185.21.191.189
addnode=85.110.8.131
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=60.250.174.75
addnode=198.199.101.230
addnode=192.82.119.85
addnode=107.170.123.185
addnode=95.85.25.57
addnode=222.134.95.70
addnode=54.187.155.212
addnode=54.201.166.212
addnode=192.241.173.228
addnode=119.63.94.173
addnode=181.193.75.66
addnode=144.76.142.47
addnode=144.76.142.49
addnode=76.127.202.17
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=125.115.54.166
addnode=76.127.202.17
addnode=96.237.174.192
addnode=107.181.250.216
addnode=107.181.250.217


I did exactly the same 30 min ago on 2 daemons with these nodes from the list and got on the other chain.
I will try now again.
Good
I want to do it

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June 08, 2014, 07:14:36 AM
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Still nobody wants to share how to setup a private pool??
Great community...

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June 08, 2014, 07:43:50 AM
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The OP has instructions how to compile Slimminer with Windows but no instructions how to compile with Linux. Any help?

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June 08, 2014, 07:44:43 AM
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The OP has instructions how to compile Slimminer with Windows but no instructions how to compile with Linux. Any help?

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev libjansson4 autoconf git
git clone https://github.com/slimcoin/slimminer.git
cd slimminer
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make
make install

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June 08, 2014, 07:46:05 AM
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The OP has instructions how to compile Slimminer with Windows but no instructions how to compile with Linux. Any help?

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev libjansson4 autoconf git
git clone https://github.com/slimcoin/slimminer.git
cd slimminer
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make
make install

Many thanks!

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June 08, 2014, 08:57:43 AM
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If the slimcoin dev is around it would be advisable to urgently release a new wallet with checkpoints to solve this forking problem. The 2 chains are still alive and with similar hashing power on both of them. One party will be very upset soon. I have also 2 new blocks on just one of the chains.
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