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Author Topic: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come  (Read 749793 times)
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February 24, 2017, 05:10:54 PM
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The bitcoin backlog is very bad right now.  Transactions are getting too expensive for small payments, or are taking more than an hour again.

How is Nexus going to address this and be an improvement over what we have now with BTC?
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February 25, 2017, 03:00:35 PM
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Yes yumcoins, but as with many altcoins the transaction speed much faster vs bitcoin. And this is allso the fact with nexus.. Instant transactions.
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February 25, 2017, 03:54:39 PM
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There have been some rumors on slack about the possibility of someone using a gpu miner on the cpu prime chain (with custom code I would suspect since the hash mining gpu code is not compatible). Has that showed up anywhere here? That could start a new pps war like asics did in sha256 coin! (of course, that could be a reason for not publicizing something like this Wink)
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February 25, 2017, 09:21:44 PM
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I've downloaded the Nexus QT and have received 0 connections from the rest of the network. When I went into the debug menu to try and add more nodes, I saw no prompts to add nodes. I was also unable to find any working nodes on the network right now. If anyone could inform me how to add nodes to a conf file and provide me with some available nodes, I'd highly appreciate it. Thank you.
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February 25, 2017, 09:29:39 PM
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I've downloaded the Nexus QT and have received 0 connections from the rest of the network. When I went into the debug menu to try and add more nodes, I saw no prompts to add nodes. I was also unable to find any working nodes on the network right now. If anyone could inform me how to add nodes to a conf file and provide me with some available nodes, I'd highly appreciate it. Thank you.

My wallet is connected to:

        "addr" : "104.192.169.10:9323",
        "addr" : "104.192.170.30:9323",
        "addr" : "34.198.31.191:9323",
        "addr" : "34.249.16.243:9323",
        "addr" : "35.154.123.88:9323",
        "addr" : "35.156.255.86:9323",
        "addr" : "52.14.2.93:9323",
        "addr" : "52.34.127.167:9323",
        "addr" : "52.34.189.250:9323",
        "addr" : "78.46.168.226:9323",
        "addr" : "96.43.131.82:9323",

You can add them with addnode= in the conf file.  But I just ran with the default seed nodes and it worked out of the box.  Are you using the most recent version?  I think most of what I'm connected to is things like:

5 Host: node2.mercuryminer.com
DNS Seed: 52.68.138.229
6 Host: node2.nexusminingpool.com
7 Host: node2.nxs.efficienthash.com

Also, for faster answers, there are a lot of people in the slack channel who can help with questions like this.  The response there is 10x faster than in this thread.
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February 25, 2017, 09:50:43 PM
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I've downloaded the Nexus QT and have received 0 connections from the rest of the network. When I went into the debug menu to try and add more nodes, I saw no prompts to add nodes. I was also unable to find any working nodes on the network right now. If anyone could inform me how to add nodes to a conf file and provide me with some available nodes, I'd highly appreciate it. Thank you.

My wallet is connected to:

        "addr" : "104.192.169.10:9323",
        "addr" : "104.192.170.30:9323",
        "addr" : "34.198.31.191:9323",
        "addr" : "34.249.16.243:9323",
        "addr" : "35.154.123.88:9323",
        "addr" : "35.156.255.86:9323",
        "addr" : "52.14.2.93:9323",
        "addr" : "52.34.127.167:9323",
        "addr" : "52.34.189.250:9323",
        "addr" : "78.46.168.226:9323",
        "addr" : "96.43.131.82:9323",

You can add them with addnode= in the conf file.  But I just ran with the default seed nodes and it worked out of the box.  Are you using the most recent version?  I think most of what I'm connected to is things like:

5 Host: node2.mercuryminer.com
DNS Seed: 52.68.138.229
6 Host: node2.nexusminingpool.com
7 Host: node2.nxs.efficienthash.com

Also, for faster answers, there are a lot of people in the slack channel who can help with questions like this.  The response there is 10x faster than in this thread.

So, (for example) addnode="104.192.169.10:9323"?
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February 25, 2017, 10:07:46 PM
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So, (for example) addnode="104.192.169.10:9323"?

I don't think you need the quotes, and because 9323 is the default, you can leave that off too.

addnode=104.192.169.10
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February 25, 2017, 10:30:06 PM
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Yes yumcoins, but as with many altcoins the transaction speed much faster vs bitcoin. And this is allso the fact with nexus.. Instant transactions.

Many of u have been rambling on about the possibility of nexus becoming the new dash. Look where it is now. Yeah its channeling down like a skier trying to escape from the avalanche. U dont seem to become any cooler now that u finally got ur instant transactions. Why? Coz ur bags are fucken heavy!

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February 26, 2017, 12:05:24 AM
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Lol @logictense
Maybe you shouldn't be so tense and use more logic.. You talk about us rambling on "us" being the new dash? Where the hell did you get that info? Maybe at the PIVX slack?
Oh wait lemme guess you bought some nxs at a high price and now its going down you need to blow off some steam? Roll Eyes Alright Skier Wink
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February 26, 2017, 03:48:17 AM
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So, (for example) addnode="104.192.169.10:9323"?

I don't think you need the quotes, and because 9323 is the default, you can leave that off too.

addnode=104.192.169.10


I feel as though there must be some other reason why this conf file is not working; it is currently named "nexus.conf." I believe this to be the right file name, but, at this point, I am just troubleshooting things until I find out what works.
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February 26, 2017, 10:22:30 AM
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Im trying to solo mine and i have noticed that on the cmd window. my block/h never changes. It stays at 0.0000


https://ibb.co/bFKdYv
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February 26, 2017, 01:11:17 PM
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not long till wallet i suspect with all the new original code Smiley

https://github.com/Nexusoft/Nexus/commits/dev
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February 28, 2017, 01:30:32 PM
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Can anyone comment on what is the average payout amount from nexusminingpool.com?
I was just wondering when can I expect my first payout...
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February 28, 2017, 06:00:54 PM
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Depends really but mostly 3-4 and then depending on you position in that queue when its on payout you will receive it at next block found
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February 28, 2017, 10:57:29 PM
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Can anyone comment on what is the average payout amount from nexusminingpool.com?
I was just wondering when can I expect my first payout...
It does change over time, but currently around 3.5NXS balance should get you included in a normal 16.x sized block

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March 01, 2017, 07:39:01 PM
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Can anyone comment on what is the average payout amount from nexusminingpool.com?
I was just wondering when can I expect my first payout...
It does change over time, but currently around 3.5NXS balance should get you included in a normal 16.x sized block

Thanks, Im currently getting payouts once the balance is over 5nxs.

What about nexus price? Do you expect it to grow? Im thinking about investing 1btc because, Im not getting anything much from this mining......
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March 01, 2017, 10:02:16 PM
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Coindigga, at its current price is verry low.. It has all the room to grow.
-The new wallet that will be comming out soon will bring more exchanges in action because it will be easier to integrate.
- Also in the works is the signing of the LOI with Vector. After that it will launch its marketing campain.. Much to come but to not expect this all to happen in couple days.;
Nexus is not a short therm pump n dump
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March 02, 2017, 09:32:24 AM
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Coindigga, at its current price is verry low.. It has all the room to grow.
-The new wallet that will be comming out soon will bring more exchanges in action because it will be easier to integrate.
- Also in the works is the signing of the LOI with Vector. After that it will launch its marketing campain.. Much to come but to not expect this all to happen in couple days.;
Nexus is not a short therm pump n dump


I'm not looking for any pump and dump or get rich fast schemes, so you shared a very good info with me, thanks, I'll probably start investing in upcoming days.
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March 02, 2017, 06:44:00 PM
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No problem coindigga Wink good times now
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March 03, 2017, 01:35:54 PM
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NEW POOL



looking pretty stable need more hash! statistics under construction. Charts and lookup on there way.


cpu.nexusearth.co.uk


http://www.nexusearth.co.uk/cpusetup.htm


any probs/bugs let me know so can get them fixed.
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