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September 16, 2014, 07:15:07 PM
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I had pool which was runnig fine, as i remember from 2014-05 to 2014-08.
Then without any reason I could find :-) it started to go bad.
Then I made new pool (called post before) main pool.
And then new-mini-pool just to check if main pool sees blocks mined by others.

Well, I've made orphaned block. Ok.
But why I don't  receive info that it is orphaned from rest of nodes connected in short time?
So... me and rest of nodes connected to me, all think that we are in good chain? Why shouldn't we?
And then big fish which don't even care, connect to me with 2000 nodes, more blocks mined, even after a week, and get all the reward?
Thats terrible idea of network. That is broken network and nothing else.

Primecoin network is monopolised by ypool.
And somehow when my xpm pool mined blocks all were good.

Sure, you can call my pool 'bad node'. So what can I do about it? Download whole blockchain again and don't mine any blocks, because in future when some biiiiig mine connects I'll get all my work worth nothing?


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September 16, 2014, 07:29:20 PM
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Storj here. MarcusDe you want to get together with the blockchain explorer guy, and do some looking around? I think we just need to decide on a good chain, and then send a ton of miners there.


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September 17, 2014, 09:07:57 AM
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I had pool which was runnig fine, as i remember from 2014-05 to 2014-08.
Then without any reason I could find :-) it started to go bad.
Then I made new pool (called post before) main pool.
And then new-mini-pool just to check if main pool sees blocks mined by others.

Well, I've made orphaned block. Ok.
But why I don't  receive info that it is orphaned from rest of nodes connected in short time?
So... me and rest of nodes connected to me, all think that we are in good chain? Why shouldn't we?
And then big fish which don't even care, connect to me with 2000 nodes, more blocks mined, even after a week, and get all the reward?
Thats terrible idea of network. That is broken network and nothing else.

Primecoin network is monopolised by ypool.
And somehow when my xpm pool mined blocks all were good.

Sure, you can call my pool 'bad node'. So what can I do about it? Download whole blockchain again and don't mine any blocks, because in future when some biiiiig mine connects I'll get all my work worth nothing?



I am not saying you are wrong, I am only trying to explain what is happening.

The ypool monopoly of primecoin is a bad thing, but it gives you a safe blockchain. With datacoin there is no monopoly, but the blockchain cannot be reliable. It's the price of freedom.

On windows each .exe just runs, on linux you have to compile. It's the price of freedom, too.

But I am seeing you have no more yet orphaned blocks with 100+ confirmations, isn't it?

I am studying your blocks and now your block hashes are the same of mine, but the block time is not.

Do you write the "time" field of the getblock output (like me) ? Or is it the time your pool found the block?

Could you write anywhere on your site what is the current mining block?

Last thing, could I have your peers? (getpeerinfo) I think we should have same peers.


Storj here. MarcusDe you want to get together with the blockchain explorer guy, and do some looking around? I think we just need to decide on a good chain, and then send a ton of miners there.



Yes.
For this reason I suggested MarcusDe to develop also a CPU mining pool, as you can read some posts before.
If a lot of peoples begin mining on graymines, MarcusDe blockchain becomes the longest branch and he will not get  orphan blocks.
But the problem of doing this is

"and then send a ton of miners there "

Where do we find them?




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September 18, 2014, 05:58:11 PM
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Any updates?

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September 19, 2014, 02:47:47 AM
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Any updates?
bter enable deposit no schedule. they say need dev. fix some issue. and dev is gone, so this coin maybe die with dev

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September 19, 2014, 08:22:29 AM
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could any guy tell the method that can check the volume of the top10 without the explorer?
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September 19, 2014, 08:56:41 AM
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@sampei7777

I've collected some peer info few times, also added nodes I connect on start (taken from most stable peers anyway)

http://graymines.net/upload/peers0919.tgz

Futher info about your questions will come :-)

Yes, I see pool's blocks became "stable" now, with very low hashrate on pool.

edit: added block # to live shares info on payouts/ page.

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September 19, 2014, 08:57:31 AM
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could any guy tell the method that can check the volume of the top10 without the explorer?

And how to check it with explorer ;-)

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September 19, 2014, 11:21:00 AM
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could any guy tell the method that can check the volume of the top10 without the explorer?

And how to check it with explorer ;-)



always many thanks for this thread and it also seems that there are many guys that interested in dtc with the fact of the disappeared dev
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September 19, 2014, 07:21:15 PM
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could any guy tell the method that can check the volume of the top10 without the explorer?

And how to check it with explorer ;-)


Have a look to the explorer now  Wink

And also to this

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September 20, 2014, 08:21:57 AM
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Block explorer is rebuilding from block 430000.

I hope there was no network issue before block 430000.

While rebuilding it may be not updated to the latest blocks.

It should take 3-4 days.

BTW, look at this:

Code:
Block height   Block Hash                                              Confirmations            Date/Time
502747 6da0022c0d7bb9522f987c1239879c59a434433f48917a41a4991af6eb607968 1          2014-09-20 09:09:24 UTC
502746 9575e22d6fe2164e1ad214f39483738c7fab7644876c69db5f83890869af00a9 2               2014-09-20 09:08:47 UTC
502745 613c983e607e56d650b868762cca2d4d8ac9df0962d98c2ce83b21930b294f4f        3          2014-09-20 09:08:32 UTC
502744 8b818f727b62033a7f62e8a5b89a4ce449901e904eeaa383e8b9ee3f5f073176 4          2014-09-20 09:08:36 UTC
502743 e292e02585b62f5c6e6ba20492b1a98548dad011e156a875ee53005b53044f39 5          2014-09-20 09:01:53 UTC
502742 25fb66f7241f52ce2293c5821bfcf361a18e761069578489a1a7da2feb854cfc        6          2014-09-20 09:06:40 UTC
502741 0f87e6cdba74d5a9054894a81a2ae0e835e36fa9555f7f040eb00f5d85c28b6d 7          2014-09-20 09:00:33 UTC
502740 d3817ace84d2e2cf5d5a963d926ded5a3e69a3156b3061cf202cb2f09801e2e6 8          2014-09-20 08:59:29 UTC
502739 d3f176195285aa70735188525c40a05aa62dd6b8f8666c51e871a7d753e6c1b5 9          2014-09-20 09:04:21 UTC
502738 3ad5f105a48b14b46df390257f3748fb5a57a5480e00ba603ba6eb685a8c4137 10          2014-09-20 09:03:13 UTC

it was taken at 9:05 UTC.

So it looks like someone is solving blocks with the computer time five minutes ahead. Blocks from graymines (eg 502743) seems to be OK.

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September 25, 2014, 01:23:25 PM
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Hi all,

I'm trying to retake this coin that I meaned months ago but my wallet didn't syncronize. And I've many coins in it

Any clue?

Thank you for your help!


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September 25, 2014, 07:43:31 PM
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Hi all,

I'm trying to retake this coin that I meaned months ago but my wallet didn't syncronize. And I've many coins in it

Any clue?

Thank you for your help!



1st backup your wallet :-)

Then try adding nodes manually:
in wallet window go help -> debug window -> console
then you can type:

addnode graymines.net:4777 add


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September 28, 2014, 06:27:54 AM
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Hi all,

I'm trying to retake this coin that I meaned months ago but my wallet didn't syncronize. And I've many coins in it

Any clue?

Thank you for your help!



1st backup your wallet :-)

Then try adding nodes manually:
in wallet window go help -> debug window -> console
then you can type:

addnode graymines.net:4777 add



It works nicely MarcusDE, thanks!

Now I've 76 DTC to sell :-)

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October 04, 2014, 12:21:16 PM
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Well, just want to inform you guys that situation stabilised, no more getting most of blocks orphaned.
Happy mining!

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October 05, 2014, 09:25:56 AM
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Great to hear that.

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October 13, 2014, 01:14:30 PM
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Hi all,

I'm trying to retake this coin that I meaned months ago but my wallet didn't syncronize. And I've many coins in it

Any clue?

Thank you for your help!



1st backup your wallet :-)

Then try adding nodes manually:
in wallet window go help -> debug window -> console
then you can type:

addnode graymines.net:4777 add


Thanks,
That works!

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October 14, 2014, 09:48:43 AM
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I hope this coin is further developed in the near future.
I like the name and the potential features.
On Btrex I buy some for future profit!
How can we get live into this community?
I liked CPU mining of this coin from http://dtc.xpool.xram.co/
Can enyone start that up again?
Who is managing the site? http://datacoin.info

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November 08, 2014, 12:19:22 PM
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I hope this coin is further developed in the near future.
I like the name and the potential features.
On Btrex I buy some for future profit!
How can we get live into this community?
I liked CPU mining of this coin from http://dtc.xpool.xram.co/
Can enyone start that up again?
Who is managing the site? http://datacoin.info


the website maybe operate by lovecraftian now and you can pm him for the details
also maxsolnc can be contacted

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November 08, 2014, 12:22:28 PM
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I hope this coin is further developed in the near future.
I like the name and the potential features.
On Btrex I buy some for future profit!
How can we get live into this community?
I liked CPU mining of this coin from http://dtc.xpool.xram.co/
Can enyone start that up again?
Who is managing the site? http://datacoin.info


the website maybe operate by lovecraftian now and you can pm him for the details
also maxsolnc can be contacted


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