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Author Topic: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come  (Read 749895 times)
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April 18, 2017, 09:38:53 PM
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Thanks! That makes a lot of things clearer.
4) The difficulty of each channel is independent of the other, and calculated based on the time since the last block for the relevant channel.
Is this adjustment actually happening properly? If so, what's up with all the 10-20 second blocks? Shouldn't the difficulty automatically be ramped up to stop them?

Go to the block explorer and click through a bunch of blocks, looking at the "nonce".  You'll see lots of giant nonces like 376,227,383,918  but then you'll also see nonces of magnitude like 11,  or 201, or 119.   Those nonces are proof of hash mines that were so easy that they were solved with something like 20 to 100 hash attempts by a single miner. You can see this is true by looking at the hash value and seeing that sometimes only 3 to 5 leading zeros were needed.. Is that by design? Is hash mining difficulty supposed to be so simple?

The ones with the very small nonces are likely to be proof-of-stake blocks.  Don't forget that these are also in the mix and will account for the short block time you are referring to.   

These are blocks he should be looking for. How did u find out these are indeed the blocks in question? Have u been talking to them? I have succeed in computer science and blockchain science and are now developing an entirely new concept of an alive crypto based on chlorine and aluminium and would like to send all of u a copy of my draft.
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April 18, 2017, 10:06:32 PM
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No cryptonit, nPoS hashing is limited to an nNonce energy efficiency threshold so impossible to stake at high CPU. Your weight allows you to stake as fast as 4 hash/s.

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April 19, 2017, 11:22:06 AM
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Thanks! That makes a lot of things clearer.
4) The difficulty of each channel is independent of the other, and calculated based on the time since the last block for the relevant channel.
Is this adjustment actually happening properly? If so, what's up with all the 10-20 second blocks? Shouldn't the difficulty automatically be ramped up to stop them?

Go to the block explorer and click through a bunch of blocks, looking at the "nonce".  You'll see lots of giant nonces like 376,227,383,918  but then you'll also see nonces of magnitude like 11,  or 201, or 119.   Those nonces are proof of hash mines that were so easy that they were solved with something like 20 to 100 hash attempts by a single miner. You can see this is true by looking at the hash value and seeing that sometimes only 3 to 5 leading zeros were needed.. Is that by design? Is hash mining difficulty supposed to be so simple?

The ones with the very small nonces are likely to be proof-of-stake blocks.  Don't forget that these are also in the mix and will account for the short block time you are referring to.   

These are blocks he should be looking for. How did u find out these are indeed the blocks in question? Have u been talking to them? I have succeed in computer science and blockchain science and are now developing an entirely new concept of an alive crypto based on chlorine and aluminium and would like to send all of u a copy of my draft.

really? ...

i would be very interested to read ...

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Synthgauge is "bar n-one" one of the best personalities on the internet..................

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April 20, 2017, 11:45:11 AM
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sp_ ,#5 less performance then previous one..

Then you are doing something wrong. Wich gpu, wich launchconfig?

The gtx 1080 does  more than 200MHASH with #5
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April 20, 2017, 04:09:05 PM
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is the april newsletter out?
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April 20, 2017, 05:54:00 PM
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Hello Nexus Community! I am happy to announce that NXS has officially been added as an accepted payment method on the Top Shelf Toker® site!  Cheesy

The 4/20 Super Sale is now live! https://www.topshelftoker.com/collections/sale

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April 21, 2017, 04:19:53 PM
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What's the deal with the CPU channel reducing the mining hashes by 3/4 when the difficulty goes above 7?


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April 22, 2017, 11:44:47 AM
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everyone seems to be talking about mining here.. but what about roadmap? What are the plans? is team active?


 
 
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April 22, 2017, 06:25:13 PM
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everyone seems to be talking about mining here.. but what about roadmap? What are the plans? is team active?


Sure, we are active.  You can check nexusnewsletter.com for recent updates, the github (https://github.com/Nexusoft/Nexus), or join our Slack where we are most active.  http://nexusearth.com:3000/ for an invite.   

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April 22, 2017, 06:25:48 PM
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Hello Nexus Community! I am happy to announce that NXS has officially been added as an accepted payment method on the Top Shelf Toker® site!  Cheesy

The 4/20 Super Sale is now live! https://www.topshelftoker.com/collections/sale

Save an additional 15% off your order with discount code: CRYPTOLOVE

Remember, we accept various methods of payment like Credit/Debit, Paypal, and Amazon payments.

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BlackCoin (BLK)
Bitsend (BSD)
Dash (DASH)
Decred (DCR)
Dogecoin (DOGE)
Ether (ETH)
Ether Classic (ETC)
GridCoin (GRC)
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Monetary Unit (MUE)
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All of these other altcoins are possible due to our integration with Coinpayments. To proceed with any listed altcoin as payment, simply select the Coinpayments option at checkout then select any of these coins as payment. Once the transaction is confirmed, your order will be processed and shipped asap!

Cool! Thanks for adding Nexus Smiley

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April 22, 2017, 09:14:50 PM
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We are pleased to release the April Nexus Newsletter. www.nexusnewsletter.com Sorry for the extra time needed. There is a lot of content in this one. There has been a lot going on this past month and I want to thank everyone for your continued support. Onward and upward!

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April 24, 2017, 06:54:59 PM
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Hello Nexus Community! I am happy to announce that NXS has officially been added as an accepted payment method on the Top Shelf Toker® site!  Cheesy

The 4/20 Super Sale is now live! https://www.topshelftoker.com/collections/sale

Save an additional 15% off your order with discount code: CRYPTOLOVE

Remember, we accept various methods of payment like Credit/Debit, Paypal, and Amazon payments.

We also accept several other cryptocurrencies besides Bitcoin (BTC) and SativaCoin (STV):

BlackCoin (BLK)
Bitsend (BSD)
Dash (DASH)
Decred (DCR)
Dogecoin (DOGE)
Ether (ETH)
Ether Classic (ETC)
GridCoin (GRC)
Litecoin (LTC)
Monetary Unit (MUE)
Monero (XMR)
Namecoin (NMC)
NAV Coin (NAV)
Nexus (NXS)
Novacoin (NOVA)
NuBits (NBT)
Peercoin (PPC)
Pesobit (PSB)
PIVX (PIVX)
PotCoin (POT)
StartCoin (START)
Steem (STEEM)
SteemDollars (SBD)
Syscoin (SYS)
Vertcoin (VTC)
ZCash (ZEC)

All of these other altcoins are possible due to our integration with Coinpayments. To proceed with any listed altcoin as payment, simply select the Coinpayments option at checkout then select any of these coins as payment. Once the transaction is confirmed, your order will be processed and shipped asap!

Cool! Thanks for adding Nexus Smiley

You're welcome!  Smiley

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April 25, 2017, 11:22:06 AM
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Is there any Telegram channel for NXS?
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April 25, 2017, 10:32:23 PM
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I think maybe a smaller one, that's a good idea to kick off  Smiley

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We are pleased to release the April Nexus Newsletter. www.nexusnewsletter.com Sorry for the extra time needed. There is a lot of content in this one. There has been a lot going on this past month and I want to thank everyone for your continued support. Onward and upward!
Wow, huge news!

I think it is great that Nexus and Vector are investing in each other!
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I would like to update everybody with some interesting details Colin shared recently in the Nexus Slack . By the way if you are not on it yet here is the link to join us:

http://nexusearth.com:3000

Tritium conception:


Tritium wallet development took months up to one year. A lot of time was in conception of the algorithms as well on paper, so its a mix of code, Lower Level Database (LLD), Lower Level Protocole (LLP), and paper. All those combined we could say over a year, especially designing the TAO update series.

Pretty much since nPoS I've been figuring out how to do everything else and writing the code to do it in pieces. Everything from 2.0 to Tritium could technically be considered time working on Tritium.

Tritium is 3.0, Amine is 4.0 and Obsidian is 5.0 - the TAO

Basically think of the TAO like this:

Tritium

Tritium is the network backend rebuild using LLP and LLD to enhance the protocol message capacity and messaging system like syncing, blocks, transactions and so forth.

Tritium will work so that anyone can choose their DB flavor. Also you guys will love "Key Suites" when I finish. Putting a basic version of this in Tritium and expanding it through the rest of the TAO.

Tritium has 3 stages: Tritium Beta, Tritium Trust and Tritium ++

Amine

Amine is starting the process of checks and balances on the protocol level and adding Hssh, Prime, and Transaction Trust Keys. Where hash references will be in blocks making capacity 10x and bringing us up to zero confirmation safety and about 500 tx/s.

Obsidian

Obsidian is going to have token contracts, ambassador contracts, developer contracts, financial contracts, reversible contracts, and the new time locking system making the fuel for these contracts your time. It will also be changing the way the blockchain locks tx's using the miners as the lowest level validation where there will be three validation methods. Will also have full LLD then which will allow trust to partition the network easily bringing our tx capacity to whatever levels the node count can handle or whatever the network needs it to be so 5k tx/s would only require 10 gb / year on miners, 50 gb / year on merkle, and 150 gb / year for transaction nodes.
 

 
Also symbology:

- Tritium is the 3rd isotope of Hydrogen
- Amine is the building block of amino acids or proteins of "life"
- Obsidian is a volcanic glass

TAO means "the principal of the universe" from ancient Chinese philosophy.


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Nexus is very strong guys, even btc is rising like a bich   Grin
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Made a small compilation music video using all the great resources provided by the community. Enjoy!

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What caused this growth?
Or already someone knows the release date for Poloniex  Cool

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