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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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February 20, 2015, 12:26:19 AM
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Nice, looks like the pool is now public.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=657601.0#post_Downloads

Coinshield Beta Pool: 204.27.62.234:9549

You will need to edit the start.bat and put in the pool IP address and your CoinShield address

Can someone let me know the parameters for running the cpu on the pool?

coinshield_prime.exe 204.27.62.234 9549 your_address nb-threads

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coinshield_prime.exe 204.27.62.234 9549 2Sxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxfv 10
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February 20, 2015, 12:48:09 AM
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Any ETA for pool sources released?
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February 20, 2015, 12:52:32 AM
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Releasing Lower Level Library at this time. Will most likely be around the same times I'm upgrading coinshield.io with block explorer as all the pieces work from each other. I got the thread synchronization working well now, but still need to optimize mining LLP in Daemon to produce blocks faster so each pool server can handle 10k + workers, so I'm projecting after Core 1.0.3. update is complete and in public release of its code base. This will be Mid March.

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February 20, 2015, 01:03:20 AM
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Releasing Lower Level Library at this time. Will most likely be around the same times I'm upgrading coinshield.io with block explorer as all the pieces work from each other. I got the thread synchronization working well now, but still need to optimize mining LLP in Daemon to produce blocks faster so each pool server can handle 10k + workers, so I'm projecting after Core 1.0.3. update is complete and in public release of its code base. This will be Mid March.

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Sounds good. Thanks
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February 20, 2015, 01:26:12 AM
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How will the sign to receive transaction will work?
How will it be in transaction script?
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February 20, 2015, 01:29:51 AM
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Why don't you guys use X13 algo?

This is precisely why we pre-announced so early, to gather input from the community. Thank you.

EDIT: Why do you think we should go with X13?

I'm pretty sure X13 can be exploited by BotNets!

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February 20, 2015, 02:06:15 AM
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Congrats to this team.  Keep up the great work.  This tech is awesome.  Congrats on hitting 2 K!
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February 20, 2015, 02:56:38 AM
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How will the sign to receive transaction will work?
How will it be in transaction script?

This is from the white-paper, due to be released soon:

Section 8.4.2. Final Transactions

When a transaction is sent out to the network, if it is accepted by nodes as valid, the user then has no power to reverse it. The needs for a reversal would come into view when a user accidentally sends to the wrong address. In this case, the coins would be lost with most digital currencies, but for the case of Coin Shield, there will be an option to send the transaction as reversible. What this means as far as informational processing, is that the transaction will be sent out and accepted into a holding structure. It will remain in this holding until the given expiration time has been reached. This will give the user who sent transaction power to cancel the transaction by one’s node verifying ownership of the inputs, and then sending a transaction void to the network. This will remove the transaction from the holding structure, preventing it from being confirmed by the network. In this, the inputs will not be spent by this node’s wallet, so therefore the coins will not be debited from one’s account. If the expiration time is reached, and a transaction void is not sent out by this time, the transaction will then move to the main holding structure termed: memory pool. This will hold the transaction until the miners include it in a new block, therefore confirming it by the network.



I am assuming this "holding structure" would be a master-node on the network or centralized escrow service of some type, but Videlicet will have to give us a glimpse into his vision
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February 20, 2015, 03:51:57 AM
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How will the sign to receive transaction will work?
How will it be in transaction script?

This is from the white-paper, due to be released soon:

Section 8.4.2. Final Transactions

When a transaction is sent out to the network, if it is accepted by nodes as valid, the user then has no power to reverse it. The needs for a reversal would come into view when a user accidentally sends to the wrong address. In this case, the coins would be lost with most digital currencies, but for the case of Coin Shield, there will be an option to send the transaction as reversible. What this means as far as informational processing, is that the transaction will be sent out and accepted into a holding structure. It will remain in this holding until the given expiration time has been reached. This will give the user who sent transaction power to cancel the transaction by one’s node verifying ownership of the inputs, and then sending a transaction void to the network. This will remove the transaction from the holding structure, preventing it from being confirmed by the network. In this, the inputs will not be spent by this node’s wallet, so therefore the coins will not be debited from one’s account. If the expiration time is reached, and a transaction void is not sent out by this time, the transaction will then move to the main holding structure termed: memory pool. This will hold the transaction until the miners include it in a new block, therefore confirming it by the network.



I am assuming this "holding structure" would be a master-node on the network or centralized escrow service of some type, but Videlicet will have to give us a glimpse into his vision

No sir, correlate the colors, a secondary memory pool which would be on every node choosing to take part in relaying transactions to allow it to remain decentralized. These will be core nodes that will build trust with one another, agree on checkpoints and blocks, and act to give the outer layers of the network transaction confirmations, ect. so these outer nodes don't have to host the chain themselves or sync. Useful for mobile wallets, personal wallets, etc.

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Last edit: February 20, 2015, 01:57:48 PM by tokyopotato
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Once again you have opened my mind to the decentralized innovations that CoinShield brings. This is a huge learning curve for many people such as myself into understanding just how these features can be decentralized. It is hard to break out of the mindset limited to the one-way capabilities of the Bitcoin protocol and virtually all cryptocurrencies currently in existence.  This also refers to the over centralization that exists in the Bitcoin ecosystem.

I am compiling as much information here as possible - I encourage others in the community to do the same: http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/coinshield-discussion
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February 20, 2015, 05:24:28 PM
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where are mining instructions?
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February 20, 2015, 05:29:56 PM
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http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/coinshield-discussion/513-coinshield-pool-mining-for-cpu-miners

Tokyopotato covered them on our forum Smiley

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February 20, 2015, 07:09:37 PM
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Viz,
 how about CryptoNote coins  to recycle ? it is possible ? and if some coin does not have live nodes ? (network ) ?
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February 20, 2015, 07:29:32 PM
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GPU options?  anything else?
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February 20, 2015, 07:51:25 PM
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We can recycle anything that will be able to exchanged, if the network is forked or dead we really can't do anything with it as we won't be able to transfer coins to exchange to sell for BTC to buy CSD that replenish the Recyclers.

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Check this section of the OP: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=657601.0#post_Downloads

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February 20, 2015, 10:52:05 PM
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evtrmm download the GPU miner from the link Videlicet provided.

Extract the miner and ensure your CoinShield wallet is open.

Double click the .bat file.

Go into the subfolder /resources/ui and double click the SKMinerGUI.html file.

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February 21, 2015, 04:00:46 AM
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Just wanted to say that I'm not getting any payouts from the pool. My bat is:

miner.exe 204.27.62.234:9549 address 4 10

I rechecked my address and that's fine. Is there some time limit or something else?

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February 21, 2015, 05:12:29 PM
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What does your balance say in your meter? You have to accumulate enough CSD in your account to get priority on your payout.

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February 21, 2015, 05:21:34 PM
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I'm almost ready to release the AMD updates I've been working on.

I got the CGwatcher compatibility working last night.

I have a minor memory leak that I need to find but after that I will be releasing the new version of SKMiner. I should be releasing it tomorrow.

After that I will be finishing the NVIDIA CUDA integration which should be fairly quick.


Here is a screen shot of SKMiner running with CGwatcher overnight on my dev machine (Yes it says LTC... Cgwatcher obv doesn't have a CSD option yet Wink ):


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February 21, 2015, 05:36:49 PM
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I'm almost ready to release the AMD updates I've been working on.

I got the CGwatcher compatibility working last night.

I have a minor memory leak that I need to find but after that I will be releasing the new version of SKMiner. I should be releasing it tomorrow.

After that I will be finishing the NVIDIA CUDA integration which should be fairly quick.


Here is a screen shot of SKMiner running with CGwatcher overnight on my dev machine (Yes it says LTC... Cgwatcher obv doesn't have a CSD option yet Wink ):



Realy a big good job

thx a lot !

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