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October 01, 2017, 05:03:52 PM
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I have a problem with this wallet, can anyone help?

I had 5.10 AEONs in the afternoon. I had it running , and after I saw from the pool that I have a new transfer, I refreshed and its now saying :

balance 2.9800000000, unlocked balance 0.9900000000000

I've had these numbers many hours ago.

I am guessing, the thing is not syncronized, but how exactly do I manually sync it? I see no such command, besides "refresh" and refresh is showing me these earlier numbers.

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October 01, 2017, 06:29:16 PM
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Bittrex deposits and withdrawals are offline for months. That was a reason why AEON price was so low last few months. But as of yesterdays it is known deposits and withdrawals will soon be possible.  
AEON got lots of attention because it was announced that a rebase (thing that was developed for over a year and everything else was put aside till will get implemented) will get tested on testnet in upcoming weeks.

This does NOT change things. And I do own AEONS !

daberti = sanitariu ? I feel like I just heard your rant over on Git. Is your only stake in this coin as a trading vessel? There may be better options for you other than a lightweight anonymized variant of an already established idea, platform, and developer. You can see there is a core community here right?

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October 01, 2017, 06:58:22 PM
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This does NOT change things. And I do own AEONS !
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daberti = sanitariu ? I feel like I just heard your rant over on Git. Is your only stake in this coin as a trading vessel? There may be better options for you other than a lightweight anonymized variant of an already established idea, platform, and developer. You can see there is a core community here right?

daberti is daberti. Granted. And can you see that I gave my contribute here with a compiling guide mentioned by Arux? Steer away from me, with given respect.

Said that, as I'm an owner of AEON coins I'd really hope it will stay at high 70k Sat levels....yet it is very strange it is in excess of 74K at trex and 61k at the other Exchange.
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October 01, 2017, 07:33:57 PM
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We now have AEON COIN's official DISCORD channel. Accept the invite and chat away!

To clarify there is nothing 'official' about this or any Discord channel, if by 'official' it is meant to be associated with the core project/repo/thread/etc.. I don't use Discord.

Community initiatives, including this one, are welcome.
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October 01, 2017, 07:37:27 PM
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1. Please consider using a smaller pool to spread the hash rate around or use the stratum proxy if you enough hash rate to solo mine. As long as you can get blocks 'regularly' (whatever that  means to you), you don't need to swarm onto the same pool as everyone else. A healthier mining network that is decentralized will improve confidence in the coin.

2. Hash rate for AEON should be higher than XMR on the same hardware. The ratio depends on the hardware.


Thanks for the feedback smooth! I agree with your first statement and have done that on other coins with good results, so will highly consider going with sumominer pool instead.

On point 2, that's what I was hoping to hear, so really eager to get at least 1 of my rigs up and running on AEON to see what it can do.

Do you have any recommendation mining-wise for AMD GPUs?

OK, so I feel like I am making a bit of progress towards getting a miner set up but would like to ask for some validation to make sure I am on the right track...

1- Pool:  planning to go with sumominer pool - I went there to try and register but don't see anywhere to do that. For these pools, can I therefore assume it's the non-registration model that just uses your wallet address to both track your rewards and paste into the code of the miner?  I think Ethermine is the same like this... just want to make sure I dont need to register on the pool.

2- I have an AEON wallet on Bittrex but of course that has been down for what seems like forever. So. I rezlized I need to create a new wallet somehow. I found the win64 AEON ZIP v0.9.12 off the official site and unpacked it.  I ran the aeond.exe and it just now completed synchronizing after a little under 2 hours.

From here, I understand I need to run the simplewallet.exe to set up my wallet.

3- After I get that address, I should be able to configure a miner, correct?

I have downloaded wolf GPU AEON miner .2 from github and unzipped it. This is quite a bit different from recent Claymore miners but this is what I THINK needs to be done to configure for AEON mining:

- open aeon.conf file in text editor
- replace "url" with:  stratum+tcp://aeon.sumominer.com:3335
- replace "user" address with my own wallet address created above
- save and exit config file
- run miner.exe

so... are those steps correct?  is there anything else that needs to be done in that config file?

OK... so I just tried all of the above but it doesn't work. When I try to launch the miner.exe, it looks like very brief flash of window pops up but then disappears. I also trying running as Admin. This is a rig that I have been mining ETH & XMR on, so there should be no interference from things like virus software. Windows defender is the only thing on their but that has always come up with a prompt well after a new miner has been launched.

Clearly I have missed some critical piece but not sure what it is.  Do I need to enter other things into that config file like Algo, Pool, etc?

One thing I just thought of... I ran that aeonD blockchain sync on a different PC than the one I am trying to run the miner on.  Do I need to do that sync on each PC that I intend to mine on?  If so, does it need to keep running while miner is going or can it be exited after initially synced?

Try using the miner and steps shown in this thread.  I haven't used Wolf's miner, but I think it's similar. Or you could just use this one: https://github.com/shyba/aeon-stak-amd

It's a bit different, but if you check the readme and instructions it's not to bad to set up.

Thanks Elder... I went to the GitHub link you provided and downloaded the entire contents as a ZIP file.  I unpacked it and read the readme and opened the config.text file.  However, the 2nd step after updating config file with personal info is to launch the executable, but I checked everywhere and there is no .exe included in this zip.  A quick check of the actual github page also does not show any .exe file, so I am at a bit of a loss as to what to do here.

Can you elaborate on the "miner and steps shown in this thread" comment?  Are you talking about the mining from wallet option on the initial post or some other option?
  
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October 01, 2017, 07:42:07 PM
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The growth seems steady, this is cool.
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October 01, 2017, 07:46:35 PM
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1. Please consider using a smaller pool to spread the hash rate around or use the stratum proxy if you enough hash rate to solo mine. As long as you can get blocks 'regularly' (whatever that  means to you), you don't need to swarm onto the same pool as everyone else. A healthier mining network that is decentralized will improve confidence in the coin.

2. Hash rate for AEON should be higher than XMR on the same hardware. The ratio depends on the hardware.


Thanks for the feedback smooth! I agree with your first statement and have done that on other coins with good results, so will highly consider going with sumominer pool instead.

On point 2, that's what I was hoping to hear, so really eager to get at least 1 of my rigs up and running on AEON to see what it can do.

Do you have any recommendation mining-wise for AMD GPUs?

OK, so I feel like I am making a bit of progress towards getting a miner set up but would like to ask for some validation to make sure I am on the right track...

1- Pool:  planning to go with sumominer pool - I went there to try and register but don't see anywhere to do that. For these pools, can I therefore assume it's the non-registration model that just uses your wallet address to both track your rewards and paste into the code of the miner?  I think Ethermine is the same like this... just want to make sure I dont need to register on the pool.

2- I have an AEON wallet on Bittrex but of course that has been down for what seems like forever. So. I rezlized I need to create a new wallet somehow. I found the win64 AEON ZIP v0.9.12 off the official site and unpacked it.  I ran the aeond.exe and it just now completed synchronizing after a little under 2 hours.

From here, I understand I need to run the simplewallet.exe to set up my wallet.

3- After I get that address, I should be able to configure a miner, correct?

I have downloaded wolf GPU AEON miner .2 from github and unzipped it. This is quite a bit different from recent Claymore miners but this is what I THINK needs to be done to configure for AEON mining:

- open aeon.conf file in text editor
- replace "url" with:  stratum+tcp://aeon.sumominer.com:3335
- replace "user" address with my own wallet address created above
- save and exit config file
- run miner.exe

so... are those steps correct?  is there anything else that needs to be done in that config file?

OK... so I just tried all of the above but it doesn't work. When I try to launch the miner.exe, it looks like very brief flash of window pops up but then disappears. I also trying running as Admin. This is a rig that I have been mining ETH & XMR on, so there should be no interference from things like virus software. Windows defender is the only thing on their but that has always come up with a prompt well after a new miner has been launched.

Clearly I have missed some critical piece but not sure what it is.  Do I need to enter other things into that config file like Algo, Pool, etc?

One thing I just thought of... I ran that aeonD blockchain sync on a different PC than the one I am trying to run the miner on.  Do I need to do that sync on each PC that I intend to mine on?  If so, does it need to keep running while miner is going or can it be exited after initially synced?

Try using the miner and steps shown in this thread.  I haven't used Wolf's miner, but I think it's similar. Or you could just use this one: https://github.com/shyba/aeon-stak-amd

It's a bit different, but if you check the readme and instructions it's not to bad to set up.

Thanks Elder... I went to the GitHub link you provided and downloaded the entire contents as a ZIP file.  I unpacked it and read the readme and opened the config.text file.  However, the 2nd step after updating config file with personal info is to launch the executable, but I checked everywhere and there is no .exe included in this zip.  A quick check of the actual github page also does not show any .exe file, so I am at a bit of a loss as to what to do here.

Can you elaborate on the "miner and steps shown in this thread" comment?  Are you talking about the mining from wallet option on the initial post or some other option?
  

I believe you need to compile it for Windows to have the .exe show up..... Arux posted a compiled version about halfway down this page of this thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=641696.msg18761705#msg18761705 --- if that doesn't work let me know and I can upload the one I've been using for awhile now.

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October 01, 2017, 07:56:03 PM
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Maintenance update release (0.9.13.0) and development update

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Windows binaries have been added.
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Windows binaries (md5 checksum)

aeond.exe (2c6a896c3f4fdf778d51a91c9768ca01)
simplewallet.exe (be00bfafad1f7bb2e2381df0db47b4d6)

Here are some comments from Arux about the new binaries:
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win64 binaries 0.9.13.0:
sync OK (no need to sync from scratch, 0.9.12.0 blockchain is compatible), wallet OK (no need to rescan a 0.9.12.0 wallet), transfer OK.
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Here are some comments from Arux about the new binaries:
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win64 binaries 0.9.13.0:
sync OK (no need to sync from scratch, 0.9.12.0 blockchain is compatible), wallet OK (no need to rescan a 0.9.12.0 wallet), transfer OK.
I forgot to mention boost version is 1.64

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Maintenance update release (0.9.13.0) and development update

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Windows binaries have been added.
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Windows binaries (md5 checksum)

aeond.exe (2c6a896c3f4fdf778d51a91c9768ca01)
simplewallet.exe (be00bfafad1f7bb2e2381df0db47b4d6)

Here are some comments from Arux about the new binaries:
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win64 binaries 0.9.13.0:
sync OK (no need to sync from scratch, 0.9.12.0 blockchain is compatible), wallet OK (no need to rescan a 0.9.12.0 wallet), transfer OK.
When you start on the wallet bittrex

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October 01, 2017, 09:05:38 PM
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Try using the miner and steps shown in this thread.  I haven't used Wolf's miner, but I think it's similar. Or you could just use this one: https://github.com/shyba/aeon-stak-amd

It's a bit different, but if you check the readme and instructions it's not to bad to set up.

I'm not a coder, so didn't ever try to compile the shyba fork after I found https://github.com/Arux-BTT/aeon-stak-amd/releases. Not sure whether there is any difference. There was some comment about AMD drivers that put me off trying to compile it myself.
Since I didn't find a compiled version for CPU, I followed these absolutely perfect instructions https://github.com/shyba/aeon-stak-cpu/blob/master/WINCOMPILE.md.

Personal observations on my absolute low-end machine, Win7/x64:
aeon-stak-amd (Arux), single 7870@GPU1GHz/M1.2GHz, 2GB, 660H/s
aeon-stak-cpu (shyba), I7-2600k@3.4GH, with memory locking 800H/s, without 650H/s. So memory locking is essential. Details in config.txt.

The above result was quite amazing considering that on various other cryptoNight miners I achieve about double the hash rate (440H/s, claymore_cryptonight) on GPU compared to CPU (200+H/s, xmr-stak-cpu).
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October 01, 2017, 09:09:42 PM
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This does NOT change things. And I do own AEONS !
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daberti = sanitariu ? I feel like I just heard your rant over on Git. Is your only stake in this coin as a trading vessel? There may be better options for you other than a lightweight anonymized variant of an already established idea, platform, and developer. You can see there is a core community here right?

daberti is daberti. Granted. And can you see that I gave my contribute here with a compiling guide mentioned by Arux? Steer away from me, with given respect.

Said that, as I'm an owner of AEON coins I'd really hope it will stay at high 70k Sat levels....yet it is very strange it is in excess of 74K at trex and 61k at the other Exchange.

I think a lot of folks here have Aeons including myself. Someone literally went into the same gripe about Bittrex on Git not more than a few days ago. Same tone, same vocabulary and grammar, same idea. I give respect where respect is due but telling me to 'Steer away' is  Cheesy  for a compilation guide. Probably won't stop all the Trex conspiracy theories... back and to the left!

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October 01, 2017, 09:10:28 PM
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1. Please consider using a smaller pool to spread the hash rate around or use the stratum proxy if you enough hash rate to solo mine. As long as you can get blocks 'regularly' (whatever that  means to you), you don't need to swarm onto the same pool as everyone else. A healthier mining network that is decentralized will improve confidence in the coin.

2. Hash rate for AEON should be higher than XMR on the same hardware. The ratio depends on the hardware.


Please could you indicate a (1)good miner for win10, and a (2)good pool?


I think I finally found the answers:

(1) https://ci.appveyor.com/project/shyba/xmr-stak-cpu/build/1.2.3-4/artifacts

(2) https://minergate.com

Thx.

Please try to use something other than minergate. This is the list of reputable pools:
http://aeonpools.net/

I'm having a hard time for getting a wallet and having an address. But I'm trying this.  Shocked

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Try using the miner and steps shown in this thread.  I haven't used Wolf's miner, but I think it's similar. Or you could just use this one: https://github.com/shyba/aeon-stak-amd

It's a bit different, but if you check the readme and instructions it's not to bad to set up.

I'm not a coder, so didn't ever try to compile the shyba fork after I found https://github.com/Arux-BTT/aeon-stak-amd/releases. Not sure whether there is any difference. There was some comment about AMD drivers that put me off trying to compile it myself.
Since I didn't find a compiled version for CPU, I followed these absolutely perfect instructions https://github.com/shyba/aeon-stak-cpu/blob/master/WINCOMPILE.md.

Personal observations on my absolute low-end machine, Win7/x64:
aeon-stak-amd (Arux), single 7870@GPU1GHz/M1.2GHz, 2GB, 660H/s
aeon-stak-cpu (shyba), I7-2600k@3.4GH, with memory locking 800H/s, without 650H/s. So memory locking is essential. Details in config.txt.

The above result was quite amazing considering that on various other cryptoNight miners I achieve about double the hash rate (440H/s, claymore_cryptonight) on GPU compared to CPU (200+H/s, xmr-stak-cpu).


Aeon is one of the only coins I've found with both CPU and GPU mining possible where a good CPU beats current generation GPUs. It's pretty easy on the GPU though, low power consumption and temps, so with current prices it's worth GPU mining right now.

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October 01, 2017, 09:45:14 PM
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Maintenance update release (0.9.13.0) and development update

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Windows binaries have been added.
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Windows binaries (md5 checksum)

aeond.exe (2c6a896c3f4fdf778d51a91c9768ca01)
simplewallet.exe (be00bfafad1f7bb2e2381df0db47b4d6)

Here are some comments from Arux about the new binaries:
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win64 binaries 0.9.13.0:
sync OK (no need to sync from scratch, 0.9.12.0 blockchain is compatible), wallet OK (no need to rescan a 0.9.12.0 wallet), transfer OK.

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October 01, 2017, 10:06:58 PM
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Roadmap
April 26, 2015 - new roadmap announced
Mobile-friendly PoW and block time (released)
GUI wallet (in progress)
32-bit and ARM support (released, but requires low memory footprint below)
Low memory footprint (in progress)
Signature trimming
Blockchain pruning (test release available)
Multisig and payment channels (instant payments)


Will it be ready soon?

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I think a lot of folks here have Aeons including myself. Someone literally went into the same gripe about Bittrex on Git not more than a few days ago. Same tone, same vocabulary and grammar, same idea. I give respect where respect is due but telling me to 'Steer away' is  Cheesy  for a compilation guide. Probably won't stop all the Trex conspiracy theories... back and to the left!

Dear mate (not polemizing, believe me), now on trex is on 54.7K Sat and heavily waving.

Elaborating a bit more my ideas when you see as today was seen RSI value at 93% (1 day resolution) you should know that a coin is overbought by at least 13%.
When you see an EMA 50 days, 1day resolution, starting a typical exponential slope you should know that something is going wrong. Even more wrong if it is an anonym coin.
As I'm writing, always at trex, with 5 minutes resolution, MACD (12,26,9) is well below 0; same for 15 minutes resolution and 30' one. This underlines a confirmed short period dipping thread , which was just expected by who is writing. Bid and Ask  have a greater spread, so the equilibrium phase is far from being reached.

Let's add something to the mix: how is it behaving XMR in total BTC equivalent exchanges if compared vs AEON? Badly indeed. As I'm writing AEON shows >1407 BTC and XMR >266 BTC . Always according to trex.

Now, what it is (has been) happening it is quite clear to me  Cool


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October 02, 2017, 12:11:14 AM
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How can I withdraw aeon with poloniex?
I have 890 AEON
https://www.dropbox.com/s/rmdqa65p6ug1ude/%D0%A1%D0%BA%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%BD%D1%88%D0%BE%D1%82%202017-10-02%2003.07.11.png
But I can not withdraw for 2 months?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/km1ghw7wnby0yr7/%D0%A1%D0%BA%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%BD%D1%88%D0%BE%D1%82%202017-10-02%2003.08.45.png
Support is not responding 47 days
https://www.dropbox.com/s/kdx948kmxgwc7g1/%D0%A1%D0%BA%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%BD%D1%88%D0%BE%D1%82%202017-10-02%2003.09.43.png
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I don't think Poloniex has supported AEON for a long long time now.  Maybe someone who has dealt with them can help you, but I think those coins may be lost forever. Sad

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October 02, 2017, 01:23:44 AM
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Maintenance update release (0.9.13.0) and development update

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Windows binaries have been added.
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Windows binaries (md5 checksum)

aeond.exe (2c6a896c3f4fdf778d51a91c9768ca01)
simplewallet.exe (be00bfafad1f7bb2e2381df0db47b4d6)

Here are some comments from Arux about the new binaries:
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win64 binaries 0.9.13.0:
sync OK (no need to sync from scratch, 0.9.12.0 blockchain is compatible), wallet OK (no need to rescan a 0.9.12.0 wallet), transfer OK.

Thank you. This will make life easier for us. Compiling sources in Windows is harder than doing it in Linux because more errors appear and there are more incompatibilities.

I also want to ask, if Aeon's volume stays this high, will there be a chance that it will be back trading in Poloniex?

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