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Author Topic: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come  (Read 731874 times)
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September 17, 2014, 09:20:32 PM
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Graham and Skunk,
I compiled using boost 1.55 and updated the linking to static

I can confirm that the Qt wallet now executes and syncs on 14.04.

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Graham,

Thanks for the confirmation =)

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September 17, 2014, 10:39:16 PM
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Thanks for the confirmation =)

Oh, I forgot to mention, the Ubuntu CoinShield tray icon has a white background. You might want to change that to transparent.

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September 17, 2014, 11:06:39 PM
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Graham,

Yes - good observation - they aren't saved in *.png format retaining the transparency. I believe the graphic designer is working on that along with updated graphics for the main site. I'll be sure to post that update in testnet2 [in a few days].

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September 18, 2014, 12:14:05 AM
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thank you viz, the wallet is working fine on the testnet as the miner does:
Code:
Initializing Miner 127.0.0.1:4447 Threads = 8 Timeout = 10
Connected to 127.0.0.1:4447...
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 7499
[METERS] 16582.833333 SPS | 23.500000 PPS | Height = 7499
[METERS] 20925.166667 SPS | 27.000000 PPS | Height = 7499
[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 2.620089 Found on Thread 6

d7976c52cb19e2642f7956437a3d44b10802e230b08ebeef3b3e180c45a58af9dc8e9cda9674e1498bf0cf3dae58bd1d15fde53117e4e8d0887386e7623bd29e074b398b6d8563e18f078c409c6c67dbe078ad4a183856da42d1ea5298c06737c2147d413789f8e6180668ee713535f47b2f4dacba0569403d5fef74b0c3a955

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 7500
[METERS] 17919.166667 SPS | 26.666667 PPS | Height = 7500
[METERS] 20769.500000 SPS | 25.833333 PPS | Height = 7500
[METERS] 20565.500000 SPS | 27.333333 PPS | Height = 7500
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 7501
[METERS] 20810.333333 SPS | 29.166667 PPS | Height = 7501
[METERS] 19719.500000 SPS | 28.666667 PPS | Height = 7501
[METERS] 20904.166667 SPS | 30.833333 PPS | Height = 7501
[METERS] 21052.333333 SPS | 30.500000 PPS | Height = 7501
[METERS] 20885.000000 SPS | 33.000000 PPS | Height = 7501
[METERS] 20956.000000 SPS | 28.666667 PPS | Height = 7501
[METERS] 20906.333333 SPS | 32.500000 PPS | Height = 7501
[METERS] 21338.333333 SPS | 26.166667 PPS | Height = 7501
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 7502
[METERS] 19038.833333 SPS | 27.333333 PPS | Height = 7502
[METERS] 20952.333333 SPS | 29.833333 PPS | Height = 7502
[METERS] 20975.333333 SPS | 27.000000 PPS | Height = 7502
i see you're putting a lot of effort on this project and i'm getting good vibrations, so i'm looking forward to see this coin at least as useful and valuable as monero Wink
will the gpu miner be available at launch? for both nvidia and amd cards?

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September 18, 2014, 12:37:49 AM
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And the long anticipated wait is almost over:-)
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September 18, 2014, 12:42:14 AM
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Skunk,

Thank You for the kind words Cheesy

As far as I know with the GPU Miner, Bitslapper is in final debugging of the AMD version and will be ready with that for launch. He stated earlier he setup the project for easy CUDA integration, so I am suspecting the NVIDIA will come post-launch.

Also, I'm working out a segmentation fault with the CPU miner currently, let me know if you encounter the same issue.

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September 18, 2014, 12:45:19 AM
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 ???windows 7 x86,wallet Error!
MinGW Runtime Assertion
Assertion failed!
file:src\core\block.cpp,line 1074
Expression:block.CheckBlock()
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September 18, 2014, 01:08:49 AM
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???windows 7 x86,wallet Error!
MinGW Runtime Assertion
Assertion failed!
file:src\core\block.cpp,line 1074
Expression:block.CheckBlock()


Be sure to update your binaries. This was an issue with yesterday's upload, and is now resolved. I just personally tested and executed the download on Windows 7 without receiving that error.

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September 18, 2014, 03:57:03 AM
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i see the cpuminer code,the prime POW alg have sick,it may be 10~20x speed improvement ,,,
and the GPU algo is SK1024(BEGIN(nVersion), END(nNonce))  Huh
if so,GPU will have 2x improvement
you should check the algo,and delay somedays,
or there will be unfair lunch,,someone will use private optimized miner
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September 18, 2014, 05:13:12 AM
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LTCMAXMYR,

The concentration currently is getting the proper pieces in place before launch; yes you are correct: there are vast speed improvements that can be done on both miners, the snag: I have other tasks on my TODO list more pressing than optimizing miners.

I would hope that people of the community would offer their code if improvements were made, but as you suggest this is an unrealistic expectation. There is only so much one can do within a given time-frame, and the time-frame has been set.

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September 18, 2014, 12:33:24 PM
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viz, be prepared to hear a lot of people screaming about unfair launch if letting out nvidia card owners...
if the launch can't be delayed anymore, i would suggest to at least hold back gpu mining, however i'm not sure if it's possible code wise.
you can also offer a bounty for optimizing the miners code: wolf0, djm34 and cbuchner1 are the coders i'm aware of with enough skills for accomplishing this task...
excluding optimized private miners is the key for a fair launch imho (read the cryptonite thread and you'll find out why).

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September 18, 2014, 04:31:14 PM
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skunk,

The unfortunate circumstances are:


A] Bitcoin has been falling, the clone coins are sucking the life from it; this is becoming more pressing as the days pass on.
B] SK1024 requires a completely different kernel than any other miner currently, all public variations of Skein or Keccak I have seen are using sphlib kernels for 256 bit. I don't know what the turn-around time would be for 1024bit miner optimizers.
C] The amount of money I can offer in bounty would be negligible to the profits received from a private miner, so what incentive would any of these developers have to even supply the public with the fully optimized miner?


You raise good points skunk, I'm just looking at the realities now. I would be happy to hear more if you see any points where my logic is flawed.

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September 18, 2014, 04:53:57 PM
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skunk,

The unfortunate circumstances are:


A] Bitcoin has been falling, the clone coins are sucking the life from it; this is becoming more pressing as the days pass on.
B] SK1024 requires a completely different kernel than any other miner currently, all public variations of Skein or Keccak I have seen are using sphlib kernels for 256 bit. I don't know what the turn-around time would be for 1024bit miner optimizers.
C] The amount of money I can offer in bounty would be negligible to the profits received from a private miner, so what incentive would any of these developers have to even supply the public with the fully optimized miner?


You raise good points skunk, I'm just looking at the realities now. I would be happy to hear more if you see any points where my logic is flawed.

Thank You,
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regarding point a, i fail to see the point how this could affect coinshield...
regarding point b instead what about holding back sk1024 for now and start as a cpu only coin at first? when both cuda and opencl miners will be ready you can announce the opening for gpu mining and nobody (trolls apart) will argue about unfair launch...
finally regarding point c, i propose the same i've proposed to monero's crew for rising funds, even for bounties or for the developers: creating a weekly lottery based on the block hash, where the winner shares the jackpot with the donation bucket (yes, yet another coin feature).
just trying to inspire you Wink

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September 18, 2014, 05:12:03 PM
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skunk,

Good points, Thank You  Cheesy

For point A, the reason I say this is Coinshield is here to help enhance Bitcoin not the other way around. That's why I have been feeling it pressing as the clone coins are harming Bitcoin and the work that has been put into it by Satoshi and the Bitcoin Developers.

For B and C: This is definitely a possibility, I can put a time-lock on the GPU channel for a given date post-launch while the miners are continuing their development, each channel operates independent of one another. The problem I see though, is that the difficulty will deflate for the GPU's until the released reserve is depleted [So that GPU miners get the same rewards as CPU no matter the time of channel launch] which will cause very rapid block production for that time. This may make it unfair, but it may also be the fairest option.

There is a developer fund from which I can pay bounties, but not until post-launch. Do you know anyone personally that you believe we can trust to supply an optimized NVIDIA miner? This does seem like the right way to go to ensure everyone gets in on the launch floor, it would just need to be coordinated with the correct minds in my opinion to ensure it was released honestly.


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September 18, 2014, 05:59:03 PM
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For point A, the reason I say this is Coinshield is here to help enhance Bitcoin not the other way around. That's why I have been feeling it pressing as the clone coins are harming Bitcoin and the work that has been put into it by Satoshi and the Bitcoin Developers.
bitcoin is here to stay like coinshield, monero and maybe some other coin, i've reasons to think this is just the last dip (buy!) before the rally Smiley
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For B and C: This is definitely a possibility, I can put a time-lock on the GPU channel for a given date post-launch while the miners are continuing their development, each channel operates independent of one another. The problem I see though, is that the difficulty will deflate for the GPU's until the released reserve is depleted [So that GPU miners get the same rewards as CPU no matter the time of channel launch] which will cause very rapid block production for that time. This may make it unfair, but it may also be the fairest option.
you know better than me about this coin, since a fair launch is in your own interest, i'm confident you'll do the right choice Wink
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There is a developer fund from which I can pay bounties, but not until post-launch. Do you know anyone personally that you believe we can trust to supply an optimized NVIDIA miner? This does seem like the right way to go to ensure everyone gets in on the launch floor, it would just need to be coordinated with the correct minds in my opinion to ensure it was released honestly.
unfortunately i'm into cryptocurrencies since only few months so i can't tell you who you can trust, but here's what i've learned about the users i've mentioned in previous posts:

djm34: nice and very skilled guy, he added and optimized new algos to ccminer for the last months. he's probably your best option to spend a bounty
cbuchner1: another nice and very skilled guy, it's the original developer of both cudaminer and ccminer, unfortunately he's not very active anymore on the forums and on gitgub, but i'm sure he's still developing private miners if something worthfull is launched
wolf0: yet another skilled guy, but needs to be motivated (read rewarded) for releasing to the public his code (he's usually selling his extremely optimized miners)

again, each of them can do the job for the right bounty, you can read about or contact them on the cudaminer/ccminer thread

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How do you intend to calculate a majority? Will the calculation be made public?

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September 18, 2014, 07:38:21 PM
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skunk,

Good information, I'll consider this. Thank You  Smiley

I have to make a decision on what is most fair, and as far as I see it, I have a responsibility to the whole: CPU Miners, Traders, GPU Miners [AMD], and GPU Miners [NVIDIA]. I have to approach this decision with all factors in mind.

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Graham,

The way we have it designed as of now is a voting poll on the petition powered by vBulletin. Once the votes on said petition go over a given threshold, and the facts are all verified the decision will be made. This will put the Coin on a voting channel on main site, in which it will gain rank with other petitioned coins. At a given date the coin with the most votes on this page will have a trading channel opened. This is when traders will be free to transfer that coin into the channel in exchange for Coinshield.

While the Coin is on the main site voting channel [before a trading channel is opened], this is when it would be time for appeals to remove from voting. This would have to contain the same supporting facts and community involvement as would its petition. If however, there is significant controversy concerning its appeal, and it is the winning coin [to get an exchange channel], the next coin on the list would be chosen to allow the controversial petitions/appeals extra time to sort out the veracity of both arguments.

Any suggestions are always welcome; as we figure, two layers of voting should allow time for the truth to shine through, but more minds always strengthens an idea.

Thank You,
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September 20, 2014, 02:27:21 AM
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Voting Has Begun!!!

Current Petitions For CoinShield Verification:
Negotium (NTM)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/petitions-for-coinshield-verification2/103-negotium-ntm-coin
NXT (No real info given, If you know anything about this coin please voice your opinion or submit a new petition)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/petitions-for-coinshield-verification2/91-nxt


Current Petitions For Destroying/Absorbing Economy:

Unumcoin- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/107-unumcoin-no-more-pools-one-exchange-barely-moving-blockchain
DigitalCommerce  (No info given, If you know anything about this coin please voice your opinion or submit a new petition)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/105-digitalcommerce

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Voting Has Begun!!!

Current Petitions For CoinShield Verification:
Negotium (NTM)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/petitions-for-coinshield-verification2/103-negotium-ntm-coin
NXT (No real info given, If you know anything about this coin please voice your opinion or submit a new petition)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/petitions-for-coinshield-verification2/91-nxt


Current Petitions For Destroying/Absorbing Economy:

Unumcoin- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/107-unumcoin-no-more-pools-one-exchange-barely-moving-blockchain
DigitalCommerce  (No info given, If you know anything about this coin please voice your opinion or submit a new petition)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/105-digitalcommerce

Can't register on the forums... There is nothing next to "Antispam, complete the task", and it throws an error when I click Complete Signup.  Using Chrome 37.0.2062.120 (latest stable).

As for the coins...  NXT probably deserves verification.  I would say Negotium (NTM) should be on the shitlist, not the protection list...  It's a clone if I ever saw one - they don't even have a revision history on github, and no code updates since 5 months ago on initial release.  We need a Petitions For Destroying/Absorbing Economy for Negotium.  If crap coins like that can be listed in the petitions for coinshield verficiation, something is very wrong with this system. 

I think we need a third option in the CoinShield Verification petitions - Yes; No; and No, Destroy/Absorb Economy.  Then, if you put your coin up for verification and it offers no innovation, it can be directly punished and listed for destruction.
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Voting Has Begun!!!

Current Petitions For CoinShield Verification:
Negotium (NTM)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/petitions-for-coinshield-verification2/103-negotium-ntm-coin
NXT (No real info given, If you know anything about this coin please voice your opinion or submit a new petition)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/petitions-for-coinshield-verification2/91-nxt


Current Petitions For Destroying/Absorbing Economy:

Unumcoin- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/107-unumcoin-no-more-pools-one-exchange-barely-moving-blockchain
DigitalCommerce  (No info given, If you know anything about this coin please voice your opinion or submit a new petition)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/105-digitalcommerce

Can't register on the forums... There is nothing next to "Antispam, complete the task", and it throws an error when I click Complete Signup.  Using Chrome 37.0.2062.120 (latest stable).

As for the coins...  NXT probably deserves verification.  I would say Negotium (NTM) should be on the shitlist, not the protection list...  It's a clone if I ever saw one - they don't even have a revision history on github, and no code updates since 5 months ago on initial release.  We need a Petitions For Destroying/Absorbing Economy for Negotium.
Thank you for letting me know. It works on my chrome...same version. No worries I have deactivated that captcha and will add security questions instead.

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