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Author Topic: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come  (Read 785238 times)
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January 27, 2015, 05:35:17 AM
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Supercomputing,

You seem to be mistaken: Source
Let us summarize: in the prime case the domain parameters are (p,a,b,G,n,h) and in the binary case they are (m,f,a,b,G,n,h)

The prime field contains a prime in the domain parameters, but the binary does not. Prime based curves use p as the prime generating the security as you stated, Binary curves use m and f. Coinshield uses sect571r1 which is a NIST/SECG curve over a 571 bit binary field


For sect571r1 domain parameters (m,f,a,b,G,n,h), n is a large prime.

Please post your sources, otherwise this is conjecture.

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January 27, 2015, 06:24:51 AM
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Supercomputing,

You seem to be mistaken: Source
Let us summarize: in the prime case the domain parameters are (p,a,b,G,n,h) and in the binary case they are (m,f,a,b,G,n,h)

The prime field contains a prime in the domain parameters, but the binary does not. Prime based curves use p as the prime generating the security as you stated, Binary curves use m and f. Coinshield uses sect571r1 which is a NIST/SECG curve over a 571 bit binary field


For sect571r1 domain parameters (m,f,a,b,G,n,h), n is a large prime.

Please post your sources, otherwise this is conjecture.

Thank You,
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Number theory (IFP, ECDLP, IQF) is my area of research.

NIST-B571

http://web.mit.edu/Ghudson/dev/third/mozilla/security/nss/lib/freebl/ecl/ecl-curve.h

Base point subgroup order (hex):
03FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF\
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFE661CE18FF55987308059B18\
6823851EC7DD9CA1161DE93D5174D66E8382E9BB2FE84E47


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January 27, 2015, 01:33:34 PM
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Supercomputing,

You seem to be mistaken: Source
Let us summarize: in the prime case the domain parameters are (p,a,b,G,n,h) and in the binary case they are (m,f,a,b,G,n,h)

The prime field contains a prime in the domain parameters, but the binary does not. Prime based curves use p as the prime generating the security as you stated, Binary curves use m and f. Coinshield uses sect571r1 which is a NIST/SECG curve over a 571 bit binary field


For sect571r1 domain parameters (m,f,a,b,G,n,h), n is a large prime.

Please post your sources, otherwise this is conjecture.

Thank You,
Viz.

Number theory (IFP, ECDLP, IQF) is my area of research.

NIST-B571

http://web.mit.edu/Ghudson/dev/third/mozilla/security/nss/lib/freebl/ecl/ecl-curve.h

Base point subgroup order (hex):
03FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF\
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFE661CE18FF55987308059B18\
6823851EC7DD9CA1161DE93D5174D66E8382E9BB2FE84E47

Good information - Thanks Bud  Smiley

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January 27, 2015, 08:04:34 PM
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still no coin-swap transactions. yes, I will check the other thread.
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January 27, 2015, 08:16:23 PM
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still no coin-swap transactions. yes, I will check the other thread.
We just sent them what they needed this morning. Give them a bit...they should get them out soon.  Smiley

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January 28, 2015, 02:22:35 PM
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Need more pools to prevent dumpers from killing this coin. More diff - less volatility
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January 28, 2015, 02:24:35 PM
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OCminer could help here , opening a pool ...
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January 28, 2015, 04:04:52 PM
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I could setup a GPU pool, but this will require some modifications to GPU miner code, working with Bitslapper on this one. The pool backend works well for CPU, takes some slight modifications to work with GPU. Only snag here is that Pool LLP and Mining LLP are two different protocols, so therefore require updates to the miner side.

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January 28, 2015, 07:19:10 PM
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What's the current total number of coinshields in existence?
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January 28, 2015, 07:30:25 PM
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Maximum Supply: ~ 100 Million [3% Annual Inflation after 10 Years]

$ADK ~ watch & learn...
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January 28, 2015, 07:31:57 PM
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Maximum Supply: ~ 100 Million [3% Annual Inflation after 10 Years]

Thanx, but what is the current supply?
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January 28, 2015, 07:59:06 PM
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Maximum Supply: ~ 100 Million [3% Annual Inflation after 10 Years]

Thanx, but what is the current supply?

A little over 10 mil.
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January 28, 2015, 08:00:06 PM
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"blocks" : 153077,
"moneysupply" : 10508854.72971500
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January 28, 2015, 08:48:52 PM
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still nothing on the coin-swap front.  blah.
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January 28, 2015, 09:02:39 PM
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I could setup a GPU pool, but this will require some modifications to GPU miner code, working with Bitslapper on this one. The pool backend works well for CPU, takes some slight modifications to work with GPU. Only snag here is that Pool LLP and Mining LLP are two different protocols, so therefore require updates to the miner side.

Thank You,
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When I connect my CPU farm, miners can't get work after an hour of mining. Big hashrate or a lot of connections kills this pool. And I disconnect farm to prevent wasting resources
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January 28, 2015, 09:32:40 PM
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"blocks" : 153077,
"moneysupply" : 10508854.72971500


Thanx!

So market cap is only $22k. That's pretty low considering all the innovations.
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January 28, 2015, 09:37:33 PM
Last edit: January 29, 2015, 12:35:04 PM by Videlicet
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A] Pool is more stable now, was running fine with 600+ workers. Had some bugs in it that caused it to have issues handling larger loads, everything has been smooth since. If connecting your farm causes further issues please let me know so I can ensure pool can scale properly. Should be able to handle 10k+ workers.

B] As to price vs innovation, when it comes to innovation - especially that which is completely new - it takes a while for people to really understand what they have. Give it time - market really only has one direction to go from here, up  Wink

C] GPU Miners, enjoy your last day of 1/2 difficulty. Reserves are almost depleted on your channel so you will be facing 300 second block times once below 1000 CSD.

D] As to maximum coins, in 10 years there will be ~78M coins. Will not reach 100M for a few hundred years  Wink

Update: GPU Miner Reserves now depleted. Slight miscalculation on my end with synchronizing the depletion of all reserves at same timing - so you will still see about 30K in GPU reserves: This is from the Exchange and Developer Reserves. Current GPU reserves for miners is sitting at about 130 CSD so you will be seeing block rewards of about 52 CSD until your difficulty levels at a 300 second timespan and your reserves are above 500 CSD. In the next release it will include updates to the core that will only include developer and exchange transactions when their reserves are above a given threshold - to reduce load on network, synchronize outputs, ect. Everything is coming together beautifully  Cheesy

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January 29, 2015, 03:35:25 PM
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Is there a link to the actual pool? I was curious to look at it's page.

Sorry but my search feature is not working and I didn't see the pool link in the first two posts.

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 29, 2015, 03:49:57 PM
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Is there a link to the actual pool? I was curious to look at it's page.

Sorry but my search feature is not working and I didn't see the pool link in the first two posts.


Take a look at the second post https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=657601.msg7391883#msg7391883
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Coinshield Beta Pool: 204.27.62.234:9549

There is the only beta pool. With no front end Smiley Start miner with
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miner.exe 204.27.62.234 9549 YOUR_CSD_ADDRESS [threads] [connection_timeout]
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January 29, 2015, 04:12:39 PM
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Is there a link to the actual pool? I was curious to look at it's page.

Sorry but my search feature is not working and I didn't see the pool link in the first two posts.


Take a look at the second post https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=657601.msg7391883#msg7391883
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Coinshield Beta Pool: 204.27.62.234:9549

There is the only beta pool. With no front end Smiley Start miner with
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miner.exe 204.27.62.234 9549 YOUR_CSD_ADDRESS [threads] [connection_timeout]

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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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