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Author Topic: [ANN][DCN] Deepcoin secure hashing (CPU/GPU) New algo/ No premine/ No IPO/ PoW  (Read 176596 times)
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July 04, 2014, 02:15:43 AM
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I hope someone optimize this algo for AMD better.
It seems to be the future of GPU mining.

X11/X13 is already overtaken by FPGA unfortunately.
Is see the diff at DRK and some other coins rising to the level GPU mining became unprofitable. Sad

Scrypt-n, due to it's extremely memory intensive design, makes cards hot and draws a lot of electricity.

Qubitcoin algo uses the memory in the way it is hard to make ASIC or FPGA, but is more eco friendly at the other hand.


* edit: appeared to be more my wish than true Wink
Yeah,wish some guy to optimize qubit algo on AMD cards.
5 seperated algos of qubit are all included by X11,
 if X11/13 is cracked by FPGA, so is qubit.

Ummm sorry but it's not just as "simple" as having x11 FPGA therefore qubit is...
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July 04, 2014, 03:03:14 AM
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lol people are still spreading the unproven fpga x11 rumor?

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July 04, 2014, 04:52:37 AM
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lol people are still spreading the unproven fpga x11 rumor?
when youre in a pool and ONE user jumps in on an x11 coin with 20gh/s... like what I saw on cloakcoin... its no longer just a rumor. You think he has 4,000 290x's @ 5mh/s each???
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July 04, 2014, 06:34:33 AM
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Just if I go on a rental site and rent the five biggest rig in X11, I can have like 3Gh/s to rape a coin at his launch Smiley
https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/x11
https://www.betarigs.com/list?miner_type=5&rig_size=5&rent_duration=3%2C6%2C12%2C24%2C48%2C72%2C168&support=0&quality=0
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July 04, 2014, 06:59:36 AM
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Just if I go on a rental site and rent the five biggest rig in X11, I can have like 3Gh/s to rape a coin at his launch Smiley
https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/x11
https://www.betarigs.com/list?miner_type=5&rig_size=5&rent_duration=3%2C6%2C12%2C24%2C48%2C72%2C168&support=0&quality=0

Yes but 3 gh/s is not 20gh/s

No enough rigs for 20gh/s

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July 04, 2014, 07:29:10 AM
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Now the net force reached 1.5G. Smiley Smiley
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July 04, 2014, 07:33:42 AM
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Just if I go on a rental site and rent the five biggest rig in X11, I can have like 3Gh/s to rape a coin at his launch Smiley
https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/x11
https://www.betarigs.com/list?miner_type=5&rig_size=5&rent_duration=3%2C6%2C12%2C24%2C48%2C72%2C168&support=0&quality=0

Ive rented 1gh during the week of Cloak PoW but seriously 20 gh for one user would cost a TON and the user name was gridseed so either they trolling or it was really them. Not saying it couldnt be done with rentals but there was no shortage of hash for rent at that time and I think it would get hard to find if someone was renting 20gh of x13
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July 04, 2014, 08:36:50 AM
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Now have some questions to the DEVs team.
How is the development of the website?
Could you provide a forum?

The coin is technically very suitable for some purposes and it soon may become a rising star.
We need a place to create a community.

Site will be started in next few days , about a forum , if it is necessary, we will make.
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July 04, 2014, 09:17:31 AM
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Just if I go on a rental site and rent the five biggest rig in X11, I can have like 3Gh/s to rape a coin at his launch Smiley
https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/x11
https://www.betarigs.com/list?miner_type=5&rig_size=5&rent_duration=3%2C6%2C12%2C24%2C48%2C72%2C168&support=0&quality=0

Ive rented 1gh during the week of Cloak PoW but seriously 20 gh for one user would cost a TON and the user name was gridseed so either they trolling or it was really them. Not saying it couldnt be done with rentals but there was no shortage of hash for rent at that time and I think it would get hard to find if someone was renting 20gh of x13
if it was worth, it is quite possible that somebody spent a lot of money to rent the rigs...

you can rent the hashing power on several websites, and rape all the x11 coins. there're a bit less power to rent on other algos like scrypt or keccak, BUT QUBIT is the only algo that could NOT be rented. I've looked for rigs rental for qubit myself and nothing found. THAT'S WHY it's a good coin for our GPUs (as long as we all will be supportive and will NOT give our qubit rigs to be rented Grin )



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July 04, 2014, 09:55:35 AM
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Just if I go on a rental site and rent the five biggest rig in X11, I can have like 3Gh/s to rape a coin at his launch Smiley
https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/x11
https://www.betarigs.com/list?miner_type=5&rig_size=5&rent_duration=3%2C6%2C12%2C24%2C48%2C72%2C168&support=0&quality=0

Ive rented 1gh during the week of Cloak PoW but seriously 20 gh for one user would cost a TON and the user name was gridseed so either they trolling or it was really them. Not saying it couldnt be done with rentals but there was no shortage of hash for rent at that time and I think it would get hard to find if someone was renting 20gh of x13
if it was worth, it is quite possible that somebody spent a lot of money to rent the rigs...

you can rent the hashing power on several websites, and rape all the x11 coins. there're a bit less power to rent on other algos like scrypt or keccak, BUT QUBIT is the only algo that could NOT be rented. I've looked for rigs rental for qubit myself and nothing found. THAT'S WHY it's a good coin for our GPUs (as long as we all will be supportive and will NOT give our qubit rigs to be rented Grin )
I wasnt speculating about the possibility of rentals in reference to this coin, I was merely using the numbers as my basis for the proof to the agrument that FPGA's exist
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July 04, 2014, 11:04:59 AM
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Just if I go on a rental site and rent the five biggest rig in X11, I can have like 3Gh/s to rape a coin at his launch Smiley
https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/x11
https://www.betarigs.com/list?miner_type=5&rig_size=5&rent_duration=3%2C6%2C12%2C24%2C48%2C72%2C168&support=0&quality=0

Ive rented 1gh during the week of Cloak PoW but seriously 20 gh for one user would cost a TON and the user name was gridseed so either they trolling or it was really them. Not saying it couldnt be done with rentals but there was no shortage of hash for rent at that time and I think it would get hard to find if someone was renting 20gh of x13
if it was worth, it is quite possible that somebody spent a lot of money to rent the rigs...

you can rent the hashing power on several websites, and rape all the x11 coins. there're a bit less power to rent on other algos like scrypt or keccak, BUT QUBIT is the only algo that could NOT be rented. I've looked for rigs rental for qubit myself and nothing found. THAT'S WHY it's a good coin for our GPUs (as long as we all will be supportive and will NOT give our qubit rigs to be rented Grin )
I wasnt speculating about the possibility of rentals in reference to this coin, I was merely using the numbers as my basis for the proof to the agrument that FPGA's exist

quite agree with the existence of FPGA,weeks ago ,the peak net hashrate of X11 aglo is close to 900GHS,hard to image such huge hash power by GPUs.
plus another evidence,whatever coin of X11 X13 algo(now is X15),is that someone dump them at exchange  at such a low price that is far far below mining cost of GPU and by such a huge volumn.
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July 04, 2014, 12:52:26 PM
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How to compile Deepcoin wallet in Ubuntu?

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July 04, 2014, 01:00:03 PM
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DeepCoin Pool for you:


https://deep.suprnova.cc




This is a Suprnova NG Pool, you can use your unified login there and all your pool workers from earlier setups too.

SSO Single-Sign-On on this Pool - You can also use your previously set up workers !
Payouts every 30 seconds
DDoS protected
Suprnova Quality, lots of experience in all kind of hashes - we had the first X13 Stratum and were among the first X11 and NIST5 Pools !
Highly optimized Stratums and MPOS implementations.
Idle Worker Notifications
Two Factor Authentication if wanted
Support 24x7 via IRC,Mail,PM etc.
Only 1 % fee ! (thats 50% lower than most other Pools !)
We have full SSL encryption on all pools ! (https:// instead of http:// !!)




How could I miss this coin Huh Very sorry for being so late guys !

Pool down?

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July 04, 2014, 01:09:39 PM
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DeepCoin Pool for you:


https://deep.suprnova.cc




This is a Suprnova NG Pool, you can use your unified login there and all your pool workers from earlier setups too.

SSO Single-Sign-On on this Pool - You can also use your previously set up workers !
Payouts every 30 seconds
DDoS protected
Suprnova Quality, lots of experience in all kind of hashes - we had the first X13 Stratum and were among the first X11 and NIST5 Pools !
Highly optimized Stratums and MPOS implementations.
Idle Worker Notifications
Two Factor Authentication if wanted
Support 24x7 via IRC,Mail,PM etc.
Only 1 % fee ! (thats 50% lower than most other Pools !)
We have full SSL encryption on all pools ! (https:// instead of http:// !!)




How could I miss this coin Huh Very sorry for being so late guys !

Pool down?
yeah ,it's down,waste hours of my hashrate Huh Huh Huh Huh
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July 04, 2014, 01:12:57 PM
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We really need a p2pool  Cry

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July 04, 2014, 02:16:45 PM
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If someone is use to setup p2pool, He can adapt the p2pool for qubitcoin.
https://github.com/qubitcoin/QubitCoin-p2pool
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July 04, 2014, 02:27:40 PM
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If I am right, only this code needs to be changed. But I don't know, which values need to be set there.

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   qubitcoin=math.Object(
        PARENT=networks.nets['qubitcoin'],
        SHARE_PERIOD=15, # seconds
        NEW_SHARE_PERIOD=15, # seconds
        CHAIN_LENGTH=24*60*60//10, # shares
        REAL_CHAIN_LENGTH=24*60*60//10, # shares
        TARGET_LOOKBEHIND=50, # shares //with that the pools share diff is adjusting faster, important if huge hashing power comes to the pool
        SPREAD=30, # blocks
        NEW_SPREAD=30, # blocks
        IDENTIFIER='fc70135c7a81bc6f'.decode('hex'),
        PREFIX='9472ef181efcd37b'.decode('hex'),
        P2P_PORT=8371,
        MIN_TARGET=0,
        MAX_TARGET=2**256//2**20 - 1,
        PERSIST=False,
        WORKER_PORT=9372,
        BOOTSTRAP_ADDRS=''.split(' '),
        #ANNOUNCE_CHANNEL='#p2pool',
        VERSION_CHECK=lambda v: True,
        ),

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July 04, 2014, 03:07:44 PM
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How to compile Deepcoin wallet in Ubuntu?

Provided the dependencies are met:

Code:
git clone https://github.com/Deepcoinbiz/Deepcoin
cd Deepcoin
qmake-qt4 USE_UPNP=-
make

If you prefer to use UPNP skip "USE_UPNP=-" after qmake-qt4
If you have more than one core/thread in your system you can use -j number_of_your_cores after make,
i.e. make -j 4 for 4 cores.

optionally:

Code:
sudo make install
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July 04, 2014, 05:31:34 PM
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Just if I go on a rental site and rent the five biggest rig in X11, I can have like 3Gh/s to rape a coin at his launch Smiley
https://www.miningrigrentals.com/rigs/x11
https://www.betarigs.com/list?miner_type=5&rig_size=5&rent_duration=3%2C6%2C12%2C24%2C48%2C72%2C168&support=0&quality=0

Yes but 3 gh/s is not 20gh/s

No enough rigs for 20gh/s

There are many pools that are not public, that's why these coins have so much unaccounted for hash. http://x11.ltc1btc.com/ for instance and that's 80 ghs on just one pool. Pretty sure the fpga thing is just speculation, private pools however are not.


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July 04, 2014, 06:05:13 PM
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There are many pools that are not public, that's why these coins have so much unaccounted for hash. http://x11.ltc1btc.com/ for instance and that's 80 ghs on just one pool. Pretty sure the fpga thing is just speculation, private pools however are not.

The private pools exist for sure, but you can see the hashrates in wallets.
Speculation or not, this must have been noticed. Too many signs indicating the same, can't ignore.
Those who use such a hardware are not interested in delivering proofs. What if you get the proof within some months and realize too late?
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