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June 14, 2014, 11:45:31 AM
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You see that?

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If TAC reward happens to be lower than 10 TAC, you will see what happens.
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June 14, 2014, 11:53:16 AM
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PS: I will vote to 50 TAC. Because a lot of kids will vote for 1 TAC so it would be the best for the coin to stay around 20-25 TACs block reward.

aizensou just wants some cheap coins, dont listen to his FUD

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June 14, 2014, 12:05:48 PM
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actually it is too expensive to buy and to unprofitable to mine (this is what happen when you allow morons to vote, European election in France was a good example for that too  Grin)

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June 14, 2014, 12:06:50 PM
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PS: I will vote to 50 TAC. Because a lot of kids will vote for 1 TAC so it would be the best for the coin to stay around 20-25 TACs block reward.

aizensou just wants some cheap coins, dont listen to his FUD
he and others want to be able to mine the coin and not throw electricity for nothing in return...

at current reward 30MHash/s gives you 120TAC/day around 0.009btc/day (for 3 cards  Grin... two words: NOT PROFITABLE)

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June 14, 2014, 12:08:34 PM
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PS: I will vote to 50 TAC. Because a lot of kids will vote for 1 TAC so it would be the best for the coin to stay around 20-25 TACs block reward.

aizensou just wants some cheap coins, dont listen to his FUD

LOL the first time someone calls me FUDer.  Grin It's hilarious.
I bet that I have 10 times more TAC than you. And I'm greedy so of course I want to have more cheap TACs.
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June 14, 2014, 12:13:09 PM
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PS: I will vote to 50 TAC. Because a lot of kids will vote for 1 TAC so it would be the best for the coin to stay around 20-25 TACs block reward.

aizensou just wants some cheap coins, dont listen to his FUD
he and others want to be able to mine the coin and not throw electricity for nothing in return...

at current reward 30MHash/s gives you 120TAC/day around 0.009btc/day (for 3 cards  Grin... two words: NOT PROFITABLE)

Getting 100Mh average with 12 x 750ti for 910W.

That's a lot profitable !
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June 14, 2014, 12:13:16 PM
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Update

  • We are working on enabling users to vote for everything for the next release (block reward, cost to chat and vote)
  • CPU miner pushed to Github: https://github.com/ljudoed/cpuminer-nist5 (thanks to ljudoed@xHash!)



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June 14, 2014, 12:18:03 PM
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Update

  • We are working on enabling users to vote for everything for the next release (block reward, cost to chat and vote)
  • CPU miner pushed to Github: https://github.com/ljudoed/cpuminer-nist5 (thanks to ljudoed@xHash!)



Grin will it be free voting ? or will we have to pay 10TAC for that ?
May-be it is time to change the voting/chatting pricing...

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June 14, 2014, 12:20:29 PM
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So, how exactly does the P2P chat work? in a similar way to bitmessage?

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June 14, 2014, 12:21:58 PM
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PS: I will vote to 50 TAC. Because a lot of kids will vote for 1 TAC so it would be the best for the coin to stay around 20-25 TACs block reward.

aizensou just wants some cheap coins, dont listen to his FUD
he and others want to be able to mine the coin and not throw electricity for nothing in return...

at current reward 30MHash/s gives you 120TAC/day around 0.009btc/day (for 3 cards  Grin... two words: NOT PROFITABLE)

how so, 6 cards would be 0.018, it is very profitable, everything above 0.01 for 6 card is profitable
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June 14, 2014, 12:27:36 PM
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he and others want to be able to mine the coin and not throw electricity for nothing in return...

at current reward 30MHash/s gives you 120TAC/day around 0.009btc/day (for 3 cards  Grin... two words: NOT PROFITABLE)

Getting 100Mh average with 12 x 750ti for 910W.

That's a lot profitable !

You call it profitable ? So you must be multipool miner for a damn too long time.



PS: I will vote to 50 TAC. Because a lot of kids will vote for 1 TAC so it would be the best for the coin to stay around 20-25 TACs block reward.

aizensou just wants some cheap coins, dont listen to his FUD
he and others want to be able to mine the coin and not throw electricity for nothing in return...

at current reward 30MHash/s gives you 120TAC/day around 0.009btc/day (for 3 cards  Grin... two words: NOT PROFITABLE)

how so, 6 cards would be 0.018, it is very profitable, everything above 0.01 for 6 card is profitable

Yeah if you define profitable as earning 0.5 $ daily for one 750ti after paying the electric bill. There were a lot of coins which are more profitable.
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June 14, 2014, 12:28:02 PM
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PS: I will vote to 50 TAC. Because a lot of kids will vote for 1 TAC so it would be the best for the coin to stay around 20-25 TACs block reward.

aizensou just wants some cheap coins, dont listen to his FUD
he and others want to be able to mine the coin and not throw electricity for nothing in return...

at current reward 30MHash/s gives you 120TAC/day around 0.009btc/day (for 3 cards  Grin... two words: NOT PROFITABLE)

how so, 6 cards would be 0.018, it is very profitable, everything above 0.01 for 6 card is profitable
It is 1 gtx780ti, 1 R9 290x 1 gtx750ti ~ 4 gtx750ti equivalent (R9 not doing well actually)

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June 14, 2014, 12:29:13 PM
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So, how exactly does the P2P chat work? in a similar way to bitmessage?

Hi - similar that we use the blockchain for communication, but Bitmessage is for private messages, everything is hidden, its not a chat system.  Its been discussed already here if you search back.

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June 14, 2014, 12:31:09 PM
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PS: I will vote to 50 TAC. Because a lot of kids will vote for 1 TAC so it would be the best for the coin to stay around 20-25 TACs block reward.

aizensou just wants some cheap coins, dont listen to his FUD
he and others want to be able to mine the coin and not throw electricity for nothing in return...

at current reward 30MHash/s gives you 120TAC/day around 0.009btc/day (for 3 cards  Grin... two words: NOT PROFITABLE)

how so, 6 cards would be 0.018, it is very profitable, everything above 0.01 for 6 card is profitable
It is 1 gtx780ti, 1 R9 290x 1 gtx750ti ~ 4 gtx750ti equivalent (R9 not doing well actually)


i mean 6 750ti , well with amd surely it isn't
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June 14, 2014, 12:36:55 PM
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Nice i like it , it's become more democratic  Wink

we should vote also for the TAC president some days


     
     

     
     
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June 14, 2014, 02:03:19 PM
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This needs to be fixed first. Lost 10 hours of mining on just this one miner. I had 3 like that when I woke up. I have gone as far as leaving everything @ defualt except the intensity and TC... and still get this. It does not matter pool either. Tried 3 listed and all 3 end up leaving my rigs idle for unknown amount of time.

The one below quit for 10 hours. 9AM is when I found this one.




New Talkcoin-miner not solved this problem?

Today I'm mining with new miner on supernova.cc and again encountered this problem - "Waiting for work....." Twice in 4-5 hours...Sad

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June 14, 2014, 02:03:59 PM
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Here is the cpuminer source https://github.com/ljudoed/cpuminer-nist5 for anyone interested in cpu mining Smiley
Actually it's not that bad , I'm doing 500Kh/s with my fx8320.

What do you use?
I put:
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minerd -a scrypt -o stratum+tcp://mine2.tac.nonce-pool.com:4020 -u user.worker -p pass
And all are rejected
I must change scrypt? I have tested nist5 with the same

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June 14, 2014, 02:17:18 PM
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Here is the cpuminer source https://github.com/ljudoed/cpuminer-nist5 for anyone interested in cpu mining Smiley
Actually it's not that bad , I'm doing 500Kh/s with my fx8320.

What do you use?
I put:
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minerd -a scrypt -o stratum+tcp://mine2.tac.nonce-pool.com:4020 -u user.worker -p pass
And all are rejected
I must change scrypt? I have tested nist5 with the same
Its working now.
Thanks

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June 14, 2014, 02:45:49 PM
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Ok voting is finish. 20.51 TAC per block now. You think TAC price will go up 10% ? I bet it will go down.  Grin
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June 14, 2014, 02:46:31 PM
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he and others want to be able to mine the coin and not throw electricity for nothing in return...

at current reward 30MHash/s gives you 120TAC/day around 0.009btc/day (for 3 cards  Grin... two words: NOT PROFITABLE)

Getting 100Mh average with 12 x 750ti for 910W.

That's a lot profitable !

You call it profitable ? So you must be multipool miner for a damn too long time.


I'm ready to hear your advices  Cool
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