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Author Topic: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come  (Read 785037 times)
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August 02, 2016, 05:05:13 PM
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Which idiot has been mining direct to the Bittrex wallet?  Come on, own up. I thought everyone knew not to mine to exchange wallets.

I hope Bittrex keep the mined coins, someone has created a lot of extra work!  I wonder how much the price will dip following this fiasco?

fiasco?
Look at ETH bro, look at ETH.
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August 02, 2016, 09:01:12 PM
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Notice to community about NEXUS disabled on bittrex.

We are aware of the status of Nexus on Bittrex being disabled at the moment. The issue was that someone or multiple people were sending their mining pool mined transaction to their bittrex wallet and that Bittrex is working on sorting the situation asap.


NIRO can't be found at all on coinmarketcap.com I hope it's nothing too serious Huh?
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August 02, 2016, 09:06:47 PM
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Notice to community about NEXUS disabled on bittrex.

We are aware of the status of Nexus on Bittrex being disabled at the moment. The issue was that someone or multiple people were sending their mining pool mined transaction to their bittrex wallet and that Bittrex is working on sorting the situation asap.


NIRO can't be found at all on coinmarketcap.com I hope it's nothing too serious Huh?

I requested that they change the name from http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/coinshield/ (old name) to http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/nexus/

This appears to be related because the url location has been changed as I requested.

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August 02, 2016, 09:26:54 PM
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Which idiot has been mining direct to the Bittrex wallet?  Come on, own up. I thought everyone knew not to mine to exchange wallets.

I hope Bittrex keep the mined coins, someone has created a lot of extra work!  I wonder how much the price will dip following this fiasco?

fiasco?
Look at ETH bro, look at ETH.

Ok, sorry, long day.  Not a fiasco yet but something has been up with the trex wallet, several weeks of delays sending/receiving and now market disabled.  All this just when we are attracting new attention, rotten timing.  Hopefully all will get sorted now & steady growth continues.

ETH is one huge Clusterfu*ck.

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August 02, 2016, 09:54:51 PM
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Which idiot has been mining direct to the Bittrex wallet?  Come on, own up. I thought everyone knew not to mine to exchange wallets.

I hope Bittrex keep the mined coins, someone has created a lot of extra work!  I wonder how much the price will dip following this fiasco?

fiasco?
Look at ETH bro, look at ETH.

Ok, sorry, long day.  Not a fiasco yet but something has been up with the trex wallet, several weeks of delays sending/receiving and now market disabled.  All this just when we are attracting new attention, rotten timing.  Hopefully all will get sorted now & steady growth continues.

ETH is one huge Clusterfu*ck.


Yes, keep it positive. Trex guy is in direct contact with Viz and they are working on this situation.

Meanwhile some good news from Vector:
http://arstechnica.com/science/2016/08/tiny-rocket-company-aims-for-100-launches-a-year-and-it-just-might-succeed/
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/vector-space-systems-announces-21-launch-agreement-with-iceye-300307430.html?tc=eml_cleartime
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August 02, 2016, 11:01:43 PM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads
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August 03, 2016, 01:03:02 AM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads

I couldn't agree more.  This is the bug that I fixed a few weeks ago, but I have not been able to get it compiled on Windows.  It won't reduce the pool loads, but will increase the shares found for windows users.  If anyone has a mingw64 environment configured with boost (which is the bit I'm struggling with) then let me know!

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August 03, 2016, 01:49:48 AM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads

I couldn't agree more.  This is the bug that I fixed a few weeks ago, but I have not been able to get it compiled on Windows.  It won't reduce the pool loads, but will increase the shares found for windows users.  If anyone has a mingw64 environment configured with boost (which is the bit I'm struggling with) then let me know!



reduce useless loads Grin
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August 03, 2016, 03:25:31 AM
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Bittrex update for those not in slack:

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videlicet [8:46 PM] 
@kaiori: we should have it back up by tonight depending on Richie

paulscreen [8:50 PM] 
@videlicet: was it solely down to mining into the bittrex wallet address?

videlicet [8:51 PM] 
Partially and also appearing to have been initiated by a server restart

paulscreen [8:52 PM] 
did this investigation shed any light onto them lagging so much?  or confirm our suspicions at least?

videlicet [8:54 PM] 
It has been a catalyst to finally obtain their debug log so that can be one more thing I can investigate

paulscreen [8:58 PM] 
great!
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August 03, 2016, 05:33:04 AM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads

I couldn't agree more.  This is the bug that I fixed a few weeks ago, but I have not been able to get it compiled on Windows.  It won't reduce the pool loads, but will increase the shares found for windows users.  If anyone has a mingw64 environment configured with boost (which is the bit I'm struggling with) then let me know!



I can compile it for Windows. Can you please point me to the exact git repository?
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August 03, 2016, 05:55:43 AM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads

I couldn't agree more.  This is the bug that I fixed a few weeks ago, but I have not been able to get it compiled on Windows.  It won't reduce the pool loads, but will increase the shares found for windows users.  If anyone has a mingw64 environment configured with boost (which is the bit I'm struggling with) then let me know!



I can compile it for Windows. Can you please point me to the exact git repository?

https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner
it would be really nice
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August 03, 2016, 06:10:55 AM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads

I couldn't agree more.  This is the bug that I fixed a few weeks ago, but I have not been able to get it compiled on Windows.  It won't reduce the pool loads, but will increase the shares found for windows users.  If anyone has a mingw64 environment configured with boost (which is the bit I'm struggling with) then let me know!



I can compile it for Windows. Can you please point me to the exact git repository?

Hey Mummus!  Good to hear from you.  I have it compiled now, but I am seeing a strangely high PPS rate (like 2500+ with 4 threads, instead of an expected ~200ish).  Another user confirmed the same result.  I've run some debug tests and it doesn't seem to be finding any more shares than one would expect though, which leads be to believe it is a problem with the timers on Windows (or my specific installation of mingw64).  If you can build it though to see if you get the same results I would appreciate it! 
https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner
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August 03, 2016, 07:47:13 AM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads

I couldn't agree more.  This is the bug that I fixed a few weeks ago, but I have not been able to get it compiled on Windows.  It won't reduce the pool loads, but will increase the shares found for windows users.  If anyone has a mingw64 environment configured with boost (which is the bit I'm struggling with) then let me know!



I can compile it for Windows. Can you please point me to the exact git repository?

Hey Mummus!  Good to hear from you.  I have it compiled now, but I am seeing a strangely high PPS rate (like 2500+ with 4 threads, instead of an expected ~200ish).  Another user confirmed the same result.  I've run some debug tests and it doesn't seem to be finding any more shares than one would expect though, which leads be to believe it is a problem with the timers on Windows (or my specific installation of mingw64).  If you can build it though to see if you get the same results I would appreciate it! 
https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner

Hi,
I'm using cygwin to compile it. Back then when nexus (coinshield) started I've made some test and it performed better.
Here is the link for the binaries that I've built form the git repository https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner
https://mega.nz/#!7Z0RCZxC!0lXTS_9lMri07VuCA3dc4g8SrX-3qv-DWxCzYHDddqI
But I had to make a little modification in the miner.cpp. I had to revert back a modification of the declaration of bit_array_sieve that was made in commit: https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner/commit/7c509609b7ae19870720de71b0b2cfe44a5fc756

Code:
- unsigned char* bit_array_sieve = (unsigned char*)malloc((nBitArray_Size)/8);
+ unsigned char bit_array_sieve[nBitArray_Size/8];
Without this change the miner exists with segmentation fault after the first new block.
Is it possible that the root of your PPS rate problem is the same?
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August 03, 2016, 07:51:44 AM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads

I couldn't agree more.  This is the bug that I fixed a few weeks ago, but I have not been able to get it compiled on Windows.  It won't reduce the pool loads, but will increase the shares found for windows users.  If anyone has a mingw64 environment configured with boost (which is the bit I'm struggling with) then let me know!



I can compile it for Windows. Can you please point me to the exact git repository?

Hey Mummus!  Good to hear from you.  I have it compiled now, but I am seeing a strangely high PPS rate (like 2500+ with 4 threads, instead of an expected ~200ish).  Another user confirmed the same result.  I've run some debug tests and it doesn't seem to be finding any more shares than one would expect though, which leads be to believe it is a problem with the timers on Windows (or my specific installation of mingw64).  If you can build it though to see if you get the same results I would appreciate it!  
https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner

Hi,
I'm using cygwin to compile it. Back then when nexus (coinshield) started I've made some test and it performed better.
Here is the link for the binaries that I've built form the git repository https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner
https://mega.nz/#!7Z0RCZxC!0lXTS_9lMri07VuCA3dc4g8SrX-3qv-DWxCzYHDddqI
But I had to make a little modification in the miner.cpp. I had to revert back a modification of the declaration of bit_array_sieve that was made in commit: https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner/commit/7c509609b7ae19870720de71b0b2cfe44a5fc756

Code:
- unsigned char* bit_array_sieve = (unsigned char*)malloc((nBitArray_Size)/8);
+ unsigned char bit_array_sieve[nBitArray_Size/8];
Without this change the miner exists with segmentation fault after the first new block.
Is it possible that the root of your PPS rate problem is the same?

Thanks for that.  Yes I found the same issue when compiling today, but haven't committed the fix yet.  The PPS issue occurs after I put that fix in
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August 03, 2016, 03:07:15 PM
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Someone please help compiling window CPU miner. Miner updates block info too rarely. New compiled release may lower pool loads

I couldn't agree more.  This is the bug that I fixed a few weeks ago, but I have not been able to get it compiled on Windows.  It won't reduce the pool loads, but will increase the shares found for windows users.  If anyone has a mingw64 environment configured with boost (which is the bit I'm struggling with) then let me know!



I can compile it for Windows. Can you please point me to the exact git repository?

Hey Mummus!  Good to hear from you.  I have it compiled now, but I am seeing a strangely high PPS rate (like 2500+ with 4 threads, instead of an expected ~200ish).  Another user confirmed the same result.  I've run some debug tests and it doesn't seem to be finding any more shares than one would expect though, which leads be to believe it is a problem with the timers on Windows (or my specific installation of mingw64).  If you can build it though to see if you get the same results I would appreciate it! 
https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner

Hi,
I'm using cygwin to compile it. Back then when nexus (coinshield) started I've made some test and it performed better.
Here is the link for the binaries that I've built form the git repository https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner
https://mega.nz/#!7Z0RCZxC!0lXTS_9lMri07VuCA3dc4g8SrX-3qv-DWxCzYHDddqI
But I had to make a little modification in the miner.cpp. I had to revert back a modification of the declaration of bit_array_sieve that was made in commit: https://github.com/Nexusoft/PrimePoolMiner/commit/7c509609b7ae19870720de71b0b2cfe44a5fc756

Code:
- unsigned char* bit_array_sieve = (unsigned char*)malloc((nBitArray_Size)/8);
+ unsigned char bit_array_sieve[nBitArray_Size/8];
Without this change the miner exists with segmentation fault after the first new block.
Is it possible that the root of your PPS rate problem is the same?

thank you so much Roll Eyes
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August 03, 2016, 06:20:23 PM
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Any update ?

Nexus wallet at bittrex still disabled.

Nexus page at http://coinmarketcap.com/ is returning 404 at http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/nexus/ (any update or fix for this) ?

Any other exchange where I can get my nexus niro exchanged with btc or anything else ?

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There is a bright future for Niro.
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Any update ?

Nexus wallet at bittrex still disabled.

Nexus page at http://coinmarketcap.com/ is returning 404 at http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/nexus/ (any update or fix for this) ?

Any other exchange where I can get my nexus niro exchanged with btc or anything else ?

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=NIRO_BTC
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August 03, 2016, 07:44:44 PM
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There is a bright future for Niro.

Colin, Get on this board and say "I'm Working on the problem. I expect full resolution."

You've put in too much work to go silent here. 
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There is a bright future for Niro.

Colin, Get on this board and say "I'm Working on the problem. I expect full resolution."

You've put in too much work to go silent here. 

Oh he said just that in Slack yesterday.
Join Slack for most up-to-date info.

http://nexusearth.com:3000/
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