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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 885409 times)
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July 27, 2014, 02:27:53 AM
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Same issue here, except that my limit is 16, and I currently have 16 connections.

According to the source code,

static const int MAX_OUTBOUND_CONNECTIONS = 16;

And when someone tries to connection to you, it checks:

            else if (nInbound >= GetArg("-maxconnections", 125) - MAX_OUTBOUND_CONNECTIONS)


ie. if the total number of inbound connections is greater than or equal to (maxconnections minus 16) then it disallows the inbound connection.

If you have maxconnections set to 16, then "maxconnections - 16" is zero, and so any number of inbound connections is too many. The first 16 of whatever you set as maxconnections is reserved for outgoing connections.

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July 27, 2014, 02:37:33 AM
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If you have maxconnections set to 16, then "maxconnections - 16" is zero, and so any number of inbound connections is too many. The first 16 of whatever you set as maxconnections is reserved for outgoing connections.

I think you're right. I just checked some other coin daemons that are at capacity (16 connections) and the only one which didn't have 100% outbound connections was one with MAX_OUTBOUND_CONNECTIONS set to 8 in the source, rather than 16. Seems rather clumsy to limit inbound connections this way.

I'm going to bump -maxconnections up to 24 or 32.
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July 27, 2014, 02:45:45 AM
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If you have maxconnections set to 16, then "maxconnections - 16" is zero, and so any number of inbound connections is too many. The first 16 of whatever you set as maxconnections is reserved for outgoing connections.

I think you're right. I just checked some other coin daemons that are at capacity (16 connections) and the only one which didn't have 100% outbound connections was one with MAX_OUTBOUND_CONNECTIONS set to 8 in the source, rather than 16. Seems rather clumsy to limit inbound connections this way.

I'm going to bump -maxconnections up to 24 or 32.
I now have 45 connections since updating to testbuild wallet.. Everythings fine.
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July 27, 2014, 03:37:29 AM
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My connection mix is also looking a lot better:

Code:
       "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : true,
        "inbound" : true,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : true,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : false,
        "inbound" : true,
        "inbound" : true,

Ironic that people are having trouble finding "valid" peers to connect to with a popular coin.
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July 27, 2014, 03:41:21 AM
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x11 and other algos needed on kHashier.
I could help forge the clam shell much better if I were able to mine DRK or other x11 coins.
x11 and other algos needed on kHashier.
I could help forge the clam shell much better if I were able to mine DRK or other x11 coins.
Yup...

If you guys are serious about mining; I can bump it up on the list of TODO's.
Take a look at it tonight.

Been trying to delegate and divide up time as efficiently as possible... given the lack of interest in the Multi-Pool, adding an additional algorithm to dilute hash was not a priority (though still planned).
Speculative GPU miners I think are a lot more common then speculative scrypt miners. 
And nscrypt profitability has dropped a lot lately, it's just not worth mining compared to X11 or X13.

I mined for a bit with nscrypt when it was worthwhile, but am waiting to point my rigs at khashier until we have some new algos.  And I think you'll see there are others in the same boat as me.

Also, as someone else said, people really like stats.  More stats would probably help the multi-pool more then anything.

Yes, miners love stats more than anything except one thing.

You get an idea of general MultiPool demographics by checking the BlackCoin Pool:

Scrypt......818
X11..........542
SHA256.....157
Scrypt-N...12

http://blackcoinpool.com/dashboard

The world is awash in cheap Scrypt ASICs...
And the CLAM MultiPool will get more and more important as CLAM cap grows...
So there have to be promotions for new people to go on Clam Hunts.

As for the current Stake rate annualized.. here's my numbers for last 6.6 days:

320 CLAM in 3 wallets... 38 x 0.10 stakes = 1 + (3.80/320) ^ (365/6.6) = 91% annualized

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July 27, 2014, 03:59:16 AM
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Sorry it has taken me so long to respond; it has been a busy week!



It seems there are quite a few people having sync issues.

The following build is a test build. 
It appears to functioning extremely well (including a few new features), but you should be aware it is currently being tested and is likely to have some flaws. 
If a user is using Windows, I would expect that the vast majority of issues might be solved by using this build:

CLAMClient Windows Test Build 1.4.2d

This worked for me. wallet synced and I'm back in Clams Smiley
thank you.

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July 27, 2014, 04:00:55 AM
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As for the current Stake rate annualized.. here's my numbers for last 6.6 days:

320 CLAM in 3 wallets... 38 x 0.10 stakes = 1 + (3.80/320) ^ (365/6.6) = 91% annualized
Uh, (3.80/320) ^ (365/6.6) = 0.  Not so sure about your math there.
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July 27, 2014, 04:28:13 AM
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As for the current Stake rate annualized.. here's my numbers for last 6.6 days:

320 CLAM in 3 wallets... 38 x 0.10 stakes = 1 + (3.80/320) ^ (365/6.6) = 91% annualized
Uh, (3.80/320) ^ (365/6.6) = 0.  Not so sure about your math there.

The 1+ is meant to be inside the parentheses:

>>> (1 + 3.80/320) ** (365/6.6)
1.921017101683441

92%

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July 27, 2014, 05:10:01 AM
 #749

x11 and other algos needed on kHashier.
I could help forge the clam shell much better if I were able to mine DRK or other x11 coins.
x11 and other algos needed on kHashier.
I could help forge the clam shell much better if I were able to mine DRK or other x11 coins.
Yup...
If you guys are serious about mining; I can bump it up on the list of TODO's.
Take a look at it tonight.
Been trying to delegate and divide up time as efficiently as possible... given the lack of interest in the Multi-Pool, adding an additional algorithm to dilute hash was not a priority (though still planned).
Speculative GPU miners I think are a lot more common then speculative scrypt miners. 
And nscrypt profitability has dropped a lot lately, it's just not worth mining compared to X11 or X13.
I mined for a bit with nscrypt when it was worthwhile, but am waiting to point my rigs at khashier until we have some new algos.  And I think you'll see there are others in the same boat as me.
Also, as someone else said, people really like stats.  More stats would probably help the multi-pool more then anything.
Yes, miners love stats more than anything except one thing.
You get an idea of general MultiPool demographics by checking the BlackCoin Pool:
Scrypt......818
X11..........542
SHA256.....157
Scrypt-N...12
http://blackcoinpool.com/dashboard
The world is awash in cheap Scrypt ASICs...
And the CLAM MultiPool will get more and more important as CLAM cap grows...
So there have to be promotions for new people to go on Clam Hunts.
As for the current Stake rate annualized.. here's my numbers for last 6.6 days:
320 CLAM in 3 wallets... 38 x 0.10 stakes = 1 + (3.80/320) ^ (365/6.6) = 91% annualized

Work has already begun to add x11 to the CLAMS Multi-pool Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147
Proof-Of-Chain, 100% Distributed BEFORE Launch.
Everyone who owned BTC, LTC, or DOGE at launch got free CLAMS.
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July 27, 2014, 07:04:18 AM
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Work has already begun to add x11 to the CLAMS Multi-pool Smiley
WIN!  I want to mine me some X11 CLAMs!
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July 27, 2014, 03:16:46 PM
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Just curious:

Is that 1.5 BTC buy support @ 0.0015 the 'Clam Shell'?

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Just curious:

Is that 1.5 BTC buy support @ 0.0015 the 'Clam Shell'?

No.

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July 28, 2014, 03:21:45 AM
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can I just claim my Clam, is it too late ? how to
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July 28, 2014, 04:03:42 AM
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can I just claim my Clam, is it too late ? how to

Any BTC, LTC, or DOGE private key which had some non-dust amount of coin on it some time in early May this year will have 4.6 or so CLAM on it too.

Simply export the private key from your BTC (or LTC, or DOGE) client and import it into the CLAM client.

Alternately, you can just copy your wallet.dat from the BTC data folder into the CLAM data folder, then run "clam-qt -rescan" to have it check all the private keys in that wallet.

A natural concern is that the CLAM wallet software will steal the BTC from the private keys you give it. I have given it private keys with hundreds of BTC on, and it hasn't stolen any of them.

If you're concerned, you can make sure the private keys you give it have already been emptied out of BTC - then you don't have to trust the CLAM software.

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July 28, 2014, 04:04:59 AM
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Damn it.  I just spent the last hour importing all my private keys from blockchain.info and moving all my BTC and any assets I hold tied to a BTC address (maidsafe, XCP, AGS) to new addresses cuz I'll be damned if the clams client is getting any private keys that are worth anything to me.  I'm all set to claim my clams and.......client won't sync.  0 nodes.  Yes, I am using the latest build.  Can someone gives me some nodes?
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Damn it.  I just spent the last hour importing all my private keys from blockchain.info and moving all my BTC and any assets I hold tied to a BTC address (maidsafe, XCP, AGS) to new addresses cuz I'll be damned if the clams client is getting any private keys that are worth anything to me.  I'm all set to claim my clams and.......client won't sync.  0 nodes.  Yes, I am using the latest build.  Can someone gives me some nodes?

Try these:

Code:
# coin: clam
addnode=24.67.30.88
addnode=198.245.60.38
addnode=65.102.47.162
addnode=24.184.168.36
addnode=93.103.131.59
addnode=85.17.81.164
addnode=142.4.201.123
addnode=84.194.247.232
addnode=220.253.2.201
addnode=188.116.147.85
addnode=85.17.81.169
addnode=109.223.234.123
addnode=173.68.204.192
addnode=198.245.60.38
addnode=107.192.136.116
addnode=24.238.75.8
addnode=184.9.244.44
addnode=79.206.224.49
addnode=207.61.182.125
addnode=216.46.33.120
addnode=99.233.92.9
addnode=85.191.52.188
addnode=67.201.165.63
addnode=82.26.243.220

Superclam, I see the source code has 4 different seed nodes, are they down or just "full"?

connect to address 54.186.94.88: Operation timed out
connect to address 54.186.202.251: Operation timed out
connect to address 54.186.249.57: Operation timed out
connect to address 54.187.138.13: Operation timed out
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July 28, 2014, 04:21:43 AM
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Can someone gives me some nodes?

Here:

24.238.75.8:31174
65.102.47.162:31174
75.131.208.152:31174
76.173.48.220:31174
84.194.247.232:31174
85.191.52.188:31174
93.103.131.59:31174
107.192.136.116:31174
142.4.201.123:31174
173.68.204.192:31174
184.9.244.44:31174
188.116.147.85:31174
203.20.114.252:31174
216.46.33.120:31174
220.253.2.201:31174

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Damn it.  I just spent the last hour importing all my private keys from blockchain.info and moving all my BTC and any assets I hold tied to a BTC address (maidsafe, XCP, AGS) to new addresses cuz I'll be damned if the clams client is getting any private keys that are worth anything to me.  I'm all set to claim my clams and.......client won't sync.  0 nodes.  Yes, I am using the latest build.  Can someone gives me some nodes?

Try these:

Code:
# coin: clam
addnode=24.67.30.88
addnode=198.245.60.38
addnode=65.102.47.162
addnode=24.184.168.36
addnode=93.103.131.59
addnode=85.17.81.164
addnode=142.4.201.123
addnode=84.194.247.232
addnode=220.253.2.201
addnode=188.116.147.85
addnode=85.17.81.169
addnode=109.223.234.123
addnode=173.68.204.192
addnode=198.245.60.38
addnode=107.192.136.116
addnode=24.238.75.8
addnode=184.9.244.44
addnode=79.206.224.49
addnode=207.61.182.125
addnode=216.46.33.120
addnode=99.233.92.9
addnode=85.191.52.188
addnode=67.201.165.63
addnode=82.26.243.220

Superclam, I see the source code has 4 different seed nodes, are they down or just "full"?

connect to address 54.186.94.88: Operation timed out
connect to address 54.186.202.251: Operation timed out
connect to address 54.186.249.57: Operation timed out
connect to address 54.187.138.13: Operation timed out


Thanks, that worked.  Kinda sucks after all that work I only ended up with 4.6 CLAM but oh well.  I guess there are far more BTC addresses than DOGE and LTC combined so odds any particular BTC address contains CLAM is probably much smaller than with DOGE or LTC.
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July 28, 2014, 04:26:02 AM
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Kinda sucks after all that work I only ended up with 4.6 CLAM but oh well.  I guess there are far more BTC addresses than DOGE and LTC combined so odds any particular BTC address contains CLAM is probably much smaller than with DOGE or LTC.

That's not how it works.

*Every* BTC address that had a non-dust balance on the date in question got 4.6 CLAM awarded to it.

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July 28, 2014, 04:38:28 AM
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Kinda sucks after all that work I only ended up with 4.6 CLAM but oh well.  I guess there are far more BTC addresses than DOGE and LTC combined so odds any particular BTC address contains CLAM is probably much smaller than with DOGE or LTC.

That's not how it works.

*Every* BTC address that had a non-dust balance on the date in question got 4.6 CLAM awarded to it.

Yeah, I just started seeing more CLAM pop up.  I guess I assumed I'd see them all at once.  I'm up to 27.6 CLAM right now.
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