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Author Topic: [ANN][DCN] Deepcoin secure hashing (CPU/GPU) New algo/ No premine/ No IPO/ PoW  (Read 178912 times)
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August 12, 2014, 07:44:14 PM
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Some news from github. Last update 21 hours ago. New algo from block 76800.
https://github.com/Deepcoinbiz/Deepcoin
Can give more info ? I not good at reading code

For blocks chained before 76800, the 5-algo-chain qubit (function “Hash5” in the code) is used for producing the hashes. For blocks chained after 76800, a different hashing algorithm is to be used. Its name is “Hash3” reflecting the fact that it is a 3-algo-chain of LUFFA, CubeHash and ECHO, staying with the 512-bit output format. I've been giving the name “trisha” to 3-chain algos because I CBA to invent a name for each possible variation of a chain of 3 NIST algos.

For a chart showing the full range of PoW algos used so far that we know of in any alcoin we've recorded (pop. 1345) that weren't actually scams or just massive misunderstandings of the term “algorithm” <inhales with a gasp>, see: http://minkiz.co/ (I'm about to add another 100 or so recent launches but I assume most people are up to date with the latest cryptobabble inventions).

The data for the chart is drawn from the DOACC dataset (see sig) and there is some (as yet very limited) additional detail on the algos. The domain changes so rapidly that trying to follow it with web pages is just too punishing, so I'm necessarily reduced to providing a less immediately-helpful general presentation, i.e. a Linked Open Data explorer (think of it like an extended blockchain+transaction explorer) and a SPARQL endpoint.

Details will help ... The SPARQL endpoint is merely a query answering service available at a URL, ready to accept SPARQL queries via http. There's a form that provides a basic web interface: http://minkiz.co/sparql

If the following is pasted into the form ...
Code:
PREFIX rdf: <http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#>
PREFIX skos: <http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/core#>
PREFIX doacc: <http://purl.org/net/bel-epa/doacc#>

SELECT ?node ?p ?o WHERE {
?node rdf:type doacc:PoWscheme .
?node skos:prefLabel "trisha"@en .
?node ?p ?o .
}
and the Submit button clicked, the back-end RDF graph will be pattern-matched for all things of type PoWscheme with a SKOS preferred label[1] bound to the (XSD-compliant) string “trisha”@en. The @en suffix distinguishes the string from other locale-specific values --- sorry, there's no bounty for a Chinese translation Smiley But if you're minded to contribute, your compatriots will benefit. Apologies for the almost randomly-scattered links, my aim is to provide supportive links to the supporting foundations.

For convenience, here's a query URL that resolves to the results page for that query (it's a GET, no POSTing required).

The unique URI for the node that satisfies the above pattern match is:
http://purl.org/net/bel-epa/doacc#D6accad6e-ce01-4819-b603-161e901e2cd1

And the corresponding Linked Open Data (LOD) explorer page for that node is:
http://minkiz.co/page/PoWscheme/D6accad6e-ce01-4819-b603-161e901e2cd1

(The reason I mention that specific page is that it demonstrates one of the advantages of LOD, the page also shows which altcoins have that node (i.e. the URI) bound to their powscheme relation. In this instance, Futurecoin, Metiscoin and Tjcoin also use a trisha3 hashing algo. The really neat thing about LOD is that this kind of dense information weaving just drops out naturally from the graph.)

This is all fully Open Source. You can grab the graph, the ontologies and even the coin logos from the DOACC github repos and you can run your own Linked Open Data explorer by cloning rdflib-web (https://github.com/RDFLib/rdflib-web, gromgull's Flask-based Python app) and feeding the DOACC graph to it.

(The rationale for this change, assuming a rationale is published, will make a fine entry in the book of Folkore Combiners.)

Cheers

Graham

[1] Props to the British Museum for using semantic web technology for handling the complexities of their catalogue





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August 12, 2014, 08:00:00 PM
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Much of that is over my head as well. Tongue

On a side note, wish the P2P pool worked. Pretty much 90% rejects.

http://204.12.193.178:2334/static/

Anybody know who the operator is?

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August 12, 2014, 10:12:59 PM
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Can give more info ? I not good at reading code

What does it all mean?

1. Start upgrading your wallet if you don't want to land at a wrong fork within a week.

2. Compile the new miner if you want to keep mining after the change (one week approximately).
You need to use "-k qubitcoin" (like now) till the block 76800 and  "-k deepcoin" after that.
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August 12, 2014, 10:22:33 PM
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Much of that is over my head as well. Tongue

On a side note, wish the P2P pool worked. Pretty much 90% rejects.

http://204.12.193.178:2334/static/

Anybody know who the operator is?

The operator is user penambang

Anyone willing to test my P2Pool?

url: http://204.12.193.178:2334

Please make sure you add --difficulty-multiplier=256 to sgminer command to avoid "share above target" error.
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August 12, 2014, 10:36:26 PM
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Point taken. I guess it was missing an intro 'cos it sort of followed on from trying to provide some information that people could validate independently for themselves.

DOACC is a collection of altcoin metadata - name, symbol, date, pow algo, number of coins, etc. It's Open Source, to do with it as you will. It's designed for downloading and re-use, so it's published using semantic web technology.

For our part, via the minkiz web site we provide a separate public service that responds to queries posed in the SPARQL query language and there's also a web-based browser for the metadata.

Publishing data as LOD is standard semweb tech.

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August 12, 2014, 11:15:53 PM
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Dev,plz update the OP with wallet v0.8.7.1
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August 13, 2014, 03:13:45 AM
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Update wallet, get new miner. . .





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August 13, 2014, 03:51:39 AM
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looks like deepcoin making big plan to take over bitcoin

Deep.......
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Are you guys sure? Dev hasn't said anything yet Roll Eyes or did I miss something Roll Eyes
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August 13, 2014, 07:15:50 AM
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Are you guys sure? Dev hasn't said anything yet Roll Eyes or did I miss something Roll Eyes

yes there have been some updates to the git repo just waiting on dev to tell us exactly what's next
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Are you guys sure? Dev hasn't said anything yet Roll Eyes or did I miss something Roll Eyes

yes there have been some updates to the git repo just waiting on dev to tell us exactly what's next

Well..I guess you guys just spoiled the surprise the dev was gonna give us then haha Grin
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August 13, 2014, 01:11:30 PM
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Dev,plz update the OP with wallet v0.8.7.1

done

yes there have been some updates to the git repo just waiting on dev to tell us exactly what's next

you can see the update in the 1st post
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August 13, 2014, 01:17:33 PM
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Dev,plz update the OP with wallet v0.8.7.1

done

yes there have been some updates to the git repo just waiting on dev to tell us exactly what's next

you can see the update in the 1st post



This is a great move Smiley



Pools will also join with using the new algo?


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August 13, 2014, 02:14:18 PM
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Much of that is over my head as well. Tongue

On a side note, wish the P2P pool worked. Pretty much 90% rejects.

http://204.12.193.178:2334/static/

Anybody know who the operator is?

I'm the owner of that pool  Grin
please add --difficulty-multiplier 256 to your miner command to avoid reject.

example:
Code:
sgminer -k qubitcoin -o stratum+tcp://204.12.193.178:2334 -u <user> -p <password> -I 13 -g 4 -w 128 --difficulty-multiplier 256

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August 13, 2014, 04:19:54 PM
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Wow a new unique algo, that's actually something.
Perhaps dev should update the OP title? like new algo Deepcoin or something to catch people's eyes Roll Eyes
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August 13, 2014, 06:11:03 PM
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Much of that is over my head as well. Tongue

On a side note, wish the P2P pool worked. Pretty much 90% rejects.

http://204.12.193.178:2334/static/

Anybody know who the operator is?

I'm the owner of that pool  Grin
please add --difficulty-multiplier 256 to your miner command to avoid reject.

example:
Code:
sgminer -k qubitcoin -o stratum+tcp://204.12.193.178:2334 -u <user> -p <password> -I 13 -g 4 -w 128 --difficulty-multiplier 256

Yeah, that's exactly what I had specified. :/ No luck.

Code:
-k qubitcoin -o http://204.12.193.178:2334 -u DPbucsCommwpgUHPKUae4jHtGCbrgPbdG8 -p x -w 128 --difficulty-multiplier 256 -g 1 -I 21

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looks like deepcoin making big plan to take over bitcoin

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OP has been updated. Take a look. Tongue

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I guess we should try and get this coin on an exchange
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Not yet. Wait until the new hashing goes into effect. Will cause less of a headache.

I am designing a new website for them. Well, throwing something together quick to see what the devs and you guys think. I'll post something shortly. Smiley

EDIT

On a side note. Just upgraded one of my rigs from 14.6 Beta to 14.7 Beta drivers and performance is roughly the same. Don't go through the hassel of upgrading all of your rigs if you're on 14.6. That may change with the new ALGO, but for the current qubit kernel, 14.6 is good to go. Getting approx 5MH/s per 280X.

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