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September 03, 2014, 08:07:34 PM
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Hey gang! ya I'm still here lol... been tied up with a few other things,,, Bens site has had over 458 hits since he added Fuji to it, and I have picked up 12 sign ups on Fobcoin from linking to his site  Grin not sure what I will do with all those Dolphin Coins lol He needs to get it listed around the threads,, and on FB etc,, he is dragging his feet typical teen lol ok, will be back hashing Fuji soon. I have been working on a BTC P2Pool Node ,,,, may attempt a pool that way for Fuji once I understand it all. I have fired up my old dell servers and playing with them, looks like I need a new PSU for one of them Sad

Ok, still here and believe in Fuji!!! never give up

MMNC  Cheesy

Hi MinermanNC,

Thanks! Cheesy

So I want to see the site of Ben, please tell me the URL. Wink


http://www.coindrone.com/

It's in his sig...  Wink

I saw the site of Ben.
Page of mining are made particularly well. Cheesy

By the way, what type of the GPU are you using?
I'm using the on-board GPU. lol
Even onboard GPU, efficiency is 2-fold better than the CPU.

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September 03, 2014, 08:16:24 PM
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I saw the site of Ben.
Page of mining are made particularly well. Cheesy

By the way, what type of the GPU are you using?
I'm using the on-board GPU. lol
Even onboard GPU, efficiency is 2-fold better than the CPU.

I'm not sure who you are asking, so I'll answer anyway.  Grin

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September 04, 2014, 06:34:05 PM
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Hey gang! ya I'm still here lol... been tied up with a few other things,,, Bens site has had over 458 hits since he added Fuji to it, and I have picked up 12 sign ups on Fobcoin from linking to his site  Grin not sure what I will do with all those Dolphin Coins lol He needs to get it listed around the threads,, and on FB etc,, he is dragging his feet typical teen lol ok, will be back hashing Fuji soon. I have been working on a BTC P2Pool Node ,,,, may attempt a pool that way for Fuji once I understand it all. I have fired up my old dell servers and playing with them, looks like I need a new PSU for one of them Sad

Ok, still here and believe in Fuji!!! never give up

MMNC  Cheesy

Hi MinermanNC,

Thanks! Cheesy

So I want to see the site of Ben, please tell me the URL. Wink


http://www.coindrone.com/

It's in his sig...  Wink

I saw the site of Ben.
Page of mining are made particularly well. Cheesy

By the way, what type of the GPU are you using?
I'm using the on-board GPU. lol
Even onboard GPU, efficiency is 2-fold better than the CPU.

Hey Motty, Thx we all pitched in on the mining set ups page and Doug contributed to the NVidia commands.... Still more to come on the site ...  Cheesy

As far as onboard GPU your referring to the onboard graphics which with AMD vision the GPU is part of the CPU so yes it will mine pretty good, definitely better than a CPU for sure.. or mine with both as I do from time to time lol.

If we only had something where Fuji could be used for.... games poker etc.. t-shirts anything!

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September 04, 2014, 06:45:43 PM
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Right now the only thing I am mining is bitcoin again,,, My GPUS are all off saving electricity and the summer heat is horrid right now in the south,,, so Im keeping them off until it cools down some or there is a scrypt coin worth mining.

My arsenal:

2x7970
2x7950
7870
2x7790
2x6870

Just sold off 2 extra x6870's thinning out my farm  Embarrassed  actually I have everything for sale on craigslist now lol  I want to buy BTC asics.....

3x 6 core AMD CPU'S
3 core
6 dual cores

2 Dell servers with 2x4 Intel Xeons each (16cores total)  Grin

Ya I used to CPU mine the cpu coins and did very well once upon a time, lol made some serious money on secure coin when I cashed in last December

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September 04, 2014, 08:05:30 PM
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Hi DougB62, MinermanNC,

It sounds amazing. Shocked
I want High-performance GPU, but I am worried about the electric bill.
I'm happy when there is a super high-performance GPU of about 100W power consumption. lol

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September 06, 2014, 05:28:31 AM
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We launched a Block Explorer today.
Please try it.  Wink

--> http://explorer.fujicoin.org/

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September 06, 2014, 07:20:18 PM
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YEAh!!!! looks good .... 1 step at a time  Wink

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September 06, 2014, 07:40:48 PM
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YEAh!!!! looks good .... 1 step at a time  Wink

That's great!

Now you can all see the status of the giveaway wallet - Here

We're doing well at askcoin:

Code:
1      FJC FujiCoin 2626
2      TET Tetcoin 2187
3      FST Fastcoin 1990
4      FBT Fairbyte 1945
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September 06, 2014, 07:42:25 PM
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Doug or Motty,

I need your help if you can,,, I have setup a vertcoin p2pool and I need you to try to join my pool and see if you can get past my phone company dsl modem lol. That is if you have a vertcoin wallet or can get one real quick  Undecided  I have just set it up this morning and have been working with it all day. I have 4 miners testing it now and all seems ok so far, but within my own network.... Eventually once I get the hang of this I want to either setup a p2pool for Fuji as well or even see if it can merge mine? (also I have a BTC p2pool testing  Grin)

Point a vertcoin miner (the same we use for Fuji will work) to:

vertminer --scrypt-vert -o stratum+tcp://192.168.50.11:9171 -u YOURWALLETADDRESS -p x

Ok, thought I would ask, dont know who else to lol

Please PM me or reply in here if any luck!  Cheesy

THX
MMNC

PS: I think you should be able to see your stats here:    http://192.168.50.11:9171/static/  and go to the graphs section and look and see if you see you wallet address under miners on the graph page.....


Give me a few minutes - I'll try it.

EDIT: Syncing - didn't have a wallet. Will update.
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September 06, 2014, 08:05:29 PM
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Minerman I don't seem to be able to connect - but isn't 192.168.x.x strictly local?

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September 06, 2014, 08:19:37 PM
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Hi MinermanNC,

I tried running the port query for the time being, but it does not lead.

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C:\PortQryV2>portqry -n 192.168.50.11 -e 9171

querying...
TCP port 9171 (unknown service): FILTERED


It connect in the case of FujiCoin NOMP.

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C:\PortQryV2>portqry -n pool.fujicoin.org -e 3032

querying...
TCP port 3032 (unknown service): LISTENING

I think as DougB62 say, 192.168.50.11 is local address.
Check out the global IP address.
  -->  https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2

And, it is necessary to set your router.

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September 06, 2014, 08:35:51 PM
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I've set up a link to www.coindrone.com in the mining section of the top page. Wink

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September 06, 2014, 08:44:36 PM
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YEAh!!!! looks good .... 1 step at a time  Wink

That's great!

Now you can all see the status of the giveaway wallet - Here

We're doing well at askcoin:

Code:
1      FJC FujiCoin 2626
2      TET Tetcoin 2187
3      FST Fastcoin 1990
4      FBT Fairbyte 1945

Hi DougB62,

This block explorer huh interesting.  Wink

I have premonition that FujiCoin could be listed on the following Tuesday. Smiley


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September 06, 2014, 10:38:12 PM
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Hey Guys! thanks for the help. I guess I will need to call the phone company and have them forward the Port needed in their clear access router, which they have password protected Sad I will also look at the global IP feature,, thanks Motty.

Hey I am really excited to see the movement in here re enforcing Fuji Smiley the block explorer is a great add on now to have! Doug thx for the screen shots as this is all a new territory for me with setting up a pool.. but I think I've got it now...lol I have a BTC p2pool node running for 5 days now, and have made way more than I was joining a pool with fees etc.. ok, I will get some things fixed up and maybe you guys can try again  Wink

THX for the help!!  Cheesy

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September 06, 2014, 10:42:33 PM
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I've set up a link to www.coindrone.com in the mining section of the top page. Wink

Wonderful! Looks good thx!,,, will help his page hit counts lol

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September 06, 2014, 11:24:44 PM
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Minerman I don't seem to be able to connect - but isn't 192.168.x.x strictly local?


Yes its local... earlier as I had played and tested with the software and actually created the pool on my work bench PC rather than the server, lol don't know what I was thinking,, tired..lol  but l will I will be setting it up on the server this weekend and Monday I still need to get with phone co. and address a few issues...

I like that link Motty left for Shields up, a good thing I don't have reverse DNS lol, ok, thx again  Cheesy

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September 06, 2014, 11:31:05 PM
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Yes its local... earlier as I had played and tested with the software and actually created the pool on my work bench PC rather than the server, lol don't know what I was thinking,, tired..lol  but l will I will be setting it up on the server this weekend and Monday I still need to get with phone co. and address a few issues...

I like that link Motty left for Shields up, a good thing I don't have reverse DNS lol, ok, thx again  Cheesy

Ok - Get some rest!  Wink Will be looking forward to seeing your progress!
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September 09, 2014, 05:02:47 AM
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Breaking News...

FujiCoin Wins!!!!!!


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September 09, 2014, 07:47:18 PM
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Breaking News...

FujiCoin Wins!!!!!!




Hi DougB62,

I thank to your support.

And I've put the first price for the time being. Grin

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September 10, 2014, 07:23:12 PM
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