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Author Topic: [ANN] AEON [2018-11-30: update to 0.12.7.0+ ASAP; 0.12.8.0 on Windows]  (Read 591461 times)
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January 20, 2016, 06:47:27 PM
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error was spotted, i forgot to paste a line Grin

code is compiling fine now:
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git clone https://github.com/Arux-BTT/wolf-aeon-miner your_local_folder
cd your_local_folder
git branch substantial_performance_increase
make

latest win64 build is solving the high cpu usage.
https://github.com/Arux-BTT/wolf-aeon-miner/releases
win64 build is just fine. A little more h/s and 0% CPU usage.
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January 20, 2016, 07:22:06 PM
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First, PoS is feasible but not in the short term. There are no other working implementations of cryptonote PoS yet, and developing one is beyond the resources available to this project right now. The only exception to that is the DPoS in XPB, which somewhat different from regular PoS, and not something I would like to pursue. Once there are open source implementations of cryptonote PoS we can consider adopting one. I lean toward a PoW+PoS hybrid that slowly tends toward PoS over time.

Second, the direction I would like to go is toward with this coin is to experiment with a lighter-weight variation of cryptonote that will be friendlier as a payment system for smartphones and other mobile devices. This requires initially some small tweaks and later significant blockchain improvements:

1. Mobile-friendly PoW (CryptoNight Lite). The current PoW is not ideal for smaller devices because the 2MB scratchpad is too large for the cache size on most mobile and lower-end desktop/laptop CPUs. A tweak to use a 1 MB scratchpad would allow it to run efficiently on lower end CPUs including some mobile processors as well as much better performance on mainstream desktops/laptops. Credit for this idea goes to the Louisd'or project (crypto_zoidberg and doe1138), although they didn't clearly explain the benefits of it.

2. Increased block time for fast syncing. The block time determines the number of blocks (or headers) that need to downloaded for syncing on a lightweight client, and in addition, most AEON blocks are currently empty, which is creating wasteful bloat. Finally, all cryptonote coins have higher verification costs compared with BTC forks which leads to more orphans. Instead we should use a 4 minute blocktime, which will reduce sync time by a factor of four, and reduce orphans to a minimum. Coupled with #1 we should improve sync time on lower end devices by at least 10x. Per-block rewards will be increased by 4x to maintain the same emission schedule.

3. Signature trimming for SPV-like clients. a) tweak the transaction format using a variation of the techniques from BBR. b) add a flag to the p2p to allow lightweight clients to not download and verify signatures. They would rely on miners to maintain the integrity of the blockchain, as with SPV wallets. Full nodes will continue to store the entire chain with all signatures.

4. Blockchain pruning for scalability. I propose to expire parts of the chain altogether. After some period of time unspent coins would become unspendable and could be pruned. This will allow the blockchain to stay small forever, and not outgrow small devices. Wallets will need to automatically respend coins that are approaching the expiration window back to the same wallet, or at least recommend that the user do so. There will be a longer grandfather period for existing coins but eventually they too would expire. A way of doing long-term (but not infinite) cold storage with a prepaid storage fee may be added later (likely along with multisig). This will also improve anonymity by reducing age-based attacks.

5. Multisig and payment channels for escrow, contracts and instant payments. Cryptonote coins currently rely on a very lightweight hard-coded scripting system that makes transactions very small, easy to verify, and more secure than full-fledged scripts. I would like to maintain that lightweight system, but add a few more hard-coded cases as required for multisig (escrow, and some forms of contracts) and payment channels (trustless instant payments). This will also require a tool set (library and applications) for implementing the real-time components of payment channels.

Roadmap (schedule target, subject to change according to available resources)

1,2. Tweaked PoW, blocktime (1 week)
2.1. Cryptonote GUI wallet integration (*)
3. Signature trimming  (1-2 month*)
4. Blockchain pruning (3-4 months*)
5. Multisig and payment channels (6 months*)

* subject to evaluation of wallet integration task

Also (planned but no specific schedule)

A. 32-bit and ARM support
B. Database or collection swapping (low memory footprint)

Although my interests are primarily in the area of blockchain technology and experimental improvements to the cryptonote protocol, I invite others to join the project and work on other items such as a GUI wallet (though we can likely adapt existing GUI wallets from other cyptonote coins), mobile wallets, marketing, etc.

I have created a new donation address for the project. The amount of donations received will have some influence on the pace of work, largely because it allows me to gauge the interest of the community in a credible way, and I'm less interested in working on something that no one cares about.

Code:
Generated new wallet: WmsSWgtT1JPg5e3cK41hKXSHVpKW7e47bjgiKmWZkYrhSS5LhRemNyqayaSBtAQ6517eo5PtH9wxHVmM78JDZSUu2W8PqRiNs
view key: 71bf19a7348ede17fa487167710dac401ef1556851bfd36b76040facf051630b

EDIT: Added 32-bit and ARM support, low memory

EDIT: Added cryptonote GUI wallet integration

Is there any way this schedule can be updated? The pruning branch and mining improvements have helped Aeon already.
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January 20, 2016, 08:16:36 PM
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Code:
main.c: In function ‘SetupXMRTest’:
main.c:502:8: error: unknown type name ‘cl_queue_properties’
  const cl_queue_properties CommandQueueProperties[] = { 0, 0, 0 };
seems correlated to opencl

check if catalyst is ok
Code:
fgl_glxgears

try to type your OpenCL 2 headers path into Makefile
Code:
CFLAGS = -D_POSIX_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE $(OPT) -pthread -c -std=c11 -I/home/user/AMDAPPSDK-3.0/include
and perhaps path to OpenCL lib
Code:
LIBS = -ljansson -L/home/user/AMDAPPSDK-3.0/lib -lOpenCL -ldl

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January 20, 2016, 09:54:59 PM
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Code:
main.c: In function ‘SetupXMRTest’:
main.c:502:8: error: unknown type name ‘cl_queue_properties’
  const cl_queue_properties CommandQueueProperties[] = { 0, 0, 0 };
seems correlated to opencl

check if catalyst is ok
Code:
fgl_glxgears

try to type your OpenCL 2 headers path into Makefile
Code:
CFLAGS = -D_POSIX_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE $(OPT) -pthread -c -std=c11 -I/home/user/AMDAPPSDK-3.0/include
and perhaps path to OpenCL lib
Code:
LIBS = -ljansson -L/home/user/AMDAPPSDK-3.0/lib -lOpenCL -ldl


Aha, yes! Thanks. Previously I'd been adding extra paths to CFLAGS and LIBS, I think due to the way I must have installed things. On this occasion I'd forgotten the CFLAGS path.

Here's my CFLAGS and LIBS, incase it helps anyone else:
Code:
CFLAGS = -D_POSIX_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE $(OPT) -pthread -c -std=c11 -I./include/
Code:
LIBS = -ljansson -Wl,./lib/x86_64/sdk/libOpenCL.so -lOpenCL -ldl


Edit: 7950 hashrate gone from ~650 to 905 with little CPU use, so my CPU is rocking it's full potential now too. Good work Wolf
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January 20, 2016, 11:57:43 PM
Last edit: January 21, 2016, 01:25:09 AM by jwinterm
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Quote from: BoscoMurray
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Edit: 7950 hashrate gone from ~650 to 905 with little CPU use, so my CPU is rocking it's full potential now too. Good work Wolf

Might want to play with settings in conf file a bit, I think I'm getting over 900 with 270 and almost 1100 h/s with 7950 using raw intensities of 768 and 1024, respectively. Can't swear to it because I'm not at home atm, but I'll check later...

edit: My mistake: more like 1000 on 7950, maybe up to 1025 h/s with rawintensity of 1024, and apparently 270 crashed at some point in the day. Trying it now with rawintensity set at 712 and getting ~880 h/s with 270.

editedit: Even at 712 the 270 crashed after a couple minutes with -61 error failed to enqueue or something. Seems to be working with a rawintensity of only 512, but only getting 610 h/s. Gonna mess with it some more and will add an editeditedit at some point in the future.

editeditedit: Even 640 is too high, gives this error:
Code:
[17:13:13] Error -63 when calling clEnqueueNDRangeKernel for kernel 6.

editediteditedit: Even 512 crashed after a short time with same error...
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January 21, 2016, 03:02:36 AM
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I was also getting that error on an R7370. I got it set now at 1200 and im getting 1100h/s now. Any higher and my hash decreases. If i go lower than 1200 i get that error
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January 21, 2016, 07:49:41 AM
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Might want to play with settings in conf file a bit, I think I'm getting over 900 with 270 and almost 1100 h/s with 7950 using raw intensities of 768 and 1024, respectively. Can't swear to it because I'm not at home atm, but I'll check later...

Aye, cheers. It's better now. I had rawintensity of 2048. Now set at 1024 the 7950 is giving 1000 H/s.
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January 23, 2016, 01:59:05 AM
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Anyone mining at Miner Gate?

Can't find any connection info for pool now.

If you are going to leave your BTC on an exchange please send it to this address instead 1GH3ub3UUHbU5qDJW5u3E9jZ96ZEmzaXtG, I will at least use the money better than someone who steals it from the exchange. Thanks Wink
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January 23, 2016, 02:03:17 AM
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Anyone mining at Miner Gate?

Can't find any connection info for pool now.

Certainly some people are using minergate but please use one of the pools in the OP if you can to spread out the hash rate.
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January 23, 2016, 04:13:37 AM
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https://twitter.com/aeoncurrency/status/687654160045617153

Its poll time. Cast your vote!

When should we ask @Poloniex to list #aeon alongside its other #CryptoNote coins like #monero and #boolberry?

1. Now
2. After LMDB
3. After GUI


Please vote now if you have not already. There are just a few hours left in the 24 hour poll. The vote is currently tied between options 1 and 2 with 44% each with option 3 a distant 3rd at 12%

Final poll results:
24 votes
38% Now
46% After LMDB
16% After GUI


Is there any timeline for LMDB integration?

Bump ttt
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January 23, 2016, 11:18:44 AM
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Anyone mining at Miner Gate?

Can't find any connection info for pool now.

Certainly some people are using minergate but please use one of the pools in the OP if you can to spread out the hash rate.

and don't be afraid to mine on small pool (or solomine), on a long period, your reward will be the same. (Paid less often but bigger amount)

this is the stats of my pool:

at the end, the average luck is still going close to 100%
i don't know minergate stats but it sould be similar.

for now, http://98.238.231.31:9000/#pool_blocks seems unlucky but it won't last. i put 1kh/s on it because of several reasons: spread the hash (my pool can survive a drop of 1khs),  no loss of efficiency on long period (after a unlucky series, there is a lucky one) and help to maintain several pool active.

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January 23, 2016, 11:43:26 AM
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Anyone mining at Miner Gate?

Can't find any connection info for pool now.

Certainly some people are using minergate but please use one of the pools in the OP if you can to spread out the hash rate.

and don't be afraid to mine on small pool (or solomine), on a long period, your reward will be the same. (Paid less often but bigger amount)

this is the stats of my pool:

at the end, the average luck is still going close to 100%
i don't know minergate stats but it sould be similar.

for now, http://98.238.231.31:9000/#pool_blocks seems unlucky but it won't last. i put 1kh/s on it because of several reasons: spread the hash (my pool can survive a drop of 1khs),  no loss of efficiency on long period (after a unlucky series, there is a lucky one) and help to maintain several pool active.
True that...
But for a newbie, minrgate is the logical choice.
You got your 0.1 AEONs regularly  Cheesy
I mine at your pool and I get the same, or more, but in much longer intervals.
Say... there was a day mining without a block, and then a day with 5 or 7 blocks.
I knew the ropes, but a newcomer will be disappointed.
To be honest, all cryptonotes needs a free software like minergate's one.
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January 23, 2016, 10:01:35 PM
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To be honest, all cryptonotes needs a free software like minergate's one.

I think you have a point. What is it specifically about the minergate software that you think is most valuable?
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January 24, 2016, 01:22:28 AM
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Anyone mining at Miner Gate?

Can't find any connection info for pool now.

Certainly some people are using minergate but please use one of the pools in the OP if you can to spread out the hash rate.


Found what I was looking for. But I really have my reason for wanting it. Maybe like someone posted above since I am a noob and need that pool since it is easier for me.

@ Arux Thanks for your pool and info. Might try it out one day but I really needed MinerGate to test something out and did not want to try any pools straight to the wallet (for now).

I had my reason's for wanting it and found it and found out what I needed to find out.

Now I guess this noob will go back to what I was doing before my curiosity

If you are going to leave your BTC on an exchange please send it to this address instead 1GH3ub3UUHbU5qDJW5u3E9jZ96ZEmzaXtG, I will at least use the money better than someone who steals it from the exchange. Thanks Wink
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January 24, 2016, 03:37:05 AM
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To be honest, all cryptonotes needs a free software like minergate's one.

I think you have a point. What is it specifically about the minergate software that you think is most valuable?

1. You decide when you paid off. Yours is the decision of what is dust and what it is not.
2. Payment ID. Some people mine straight into an exchange. I did it once, since I had no windows binaries.
3. No command line interface. Some (most) people afraid of it. I was afraid of it too 2 years before, when I first start to mine Monero, so I choose Minergate then. I'm just fine now, in fact I don't trust anything else than the command line interface, but... you know  Wink
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January 24, 2016, 03:42:04 AM
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To be honest, all cryptonotes needs a free software like minergate's one.

I think you have a point. What is it specifically about the minergate software that you think is most valuable?


It's been a while since I've looked at minergate, but from what I remember, it requires zero brain power. (1) Run the program, (2) click the big green button that says "Start Mining," (3) watch money accumulate. I have a couple crypto-newb friends who mine for fun, and they both use minergate for it's ease and simplicity.

EDIT: and as stated above, people often don't like the cmd line. Even if they're not afraid of it, copying commands from a readme is not as dead simple as clicking a button.
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January 24, 2016, 04:06:55 AM
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To add: Minergate also don't ask user to create wallet.
You just register in usual way and wallets for every supported currency created and handled automatically.
I know there is downsides to online wallets, but the fact that you can use one username and password
for every wallet and miner is imo big plus for newbies.

As it was mentioned minergate is very easy, support gpu and cpu mining, slightly configurable (you can choose number of cpu cores), and I wish something like that to be built-in Monero/Aeon for smart mining.

To disclose, I'm not using Minergate. I was briefly, but it doesn't support gpu mining for Aeon (only exception among all supported currencies), so I switch to good old ccminer and arux pool.

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January 24, 2016, 06:22:17 AM
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Should one be worried about installing Minergate - and run the risk of some nefarious code being hidden in there that siphon private-keys etc.?

I'd be.
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January 24, 2016, 08:18:02 AM
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Should one be worried about installing Minergate - and run the risk of some nefarious code being hidden in there that siphon private-keys etc.?

I'd be.
I have some peace in mind after stopping using wallets under windows.
There is clean separate Ubuntu for that (not VM).
So I'm not particularly worry of Minergate and other software.

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January 24, 2016, 05:27:36 PM
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Regarding the recent comments about an "easy to use" miner and/or wallet interface I have heard the same comments from others in my circles here at home.
Is it possible to set a bounty for this type of miner (an auto detect miner with GUI) especially since the AMD miner is working good as well??
Perhaps it could be then linked to a GUI wallet that is stored locally? Another option could be to sync local wallet to an off-site blockchain, so as to avoid the RAM implications for newer users? Or simply host an online wallet, seems as though the option does not bother many users.
I am not able to technically do these things, but I could host any needed server space to help. Smiley

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