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July 17, 2014, 10:30:34 AM
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in what part of the world is it still the 7/16/2014 ? I don't see any release ?
May-be they should fix their wallet first, so that it is minable from outside the wallet...
This trick has no interest at all and is probably easy to overcome providing someone has some knowledge of how those protocol works...  Roll Eyes

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July 17, 2014, 10:53:57 AM
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in what part of the world is it still the 7/16/2014 ? I don't see any release ?
May-be they should fix their wallet first, so that it is minable from outside the wallet...
This trick has no interest at all and is probably easy to overcome providing someone has some knowledge of how those protocol works...  Roll Eyes


Our dev is working really hard to get this out.  Solar Designer stopping in the IRC yesterday was unexpected and he wanted to offer some ideas on the Yescrypt algo.  Since he is the author of Yescrypt we felt this was a reasonable reason to delay the launch.

We are working on being able to mine outside the wallet.  See when you have an algo that has never been used before, you have to develop these things yourself.  Thanks for dropping by.

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July 17, 2014, 10:57:03 AM
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Who is Solar designer? a bit lost here.

Solar Designer is the author of the Yescrypt algo. Solar Designer stopping in the IRC yesterday was unexpected and he wanted to offer some ideas on the Yescrypt algo.  Since he is the author of Yescrypt we felt this was a reasonable reason to delay the launch.

It won't be too long now, and we are anxious to get this out to everyone.  We are doing our best to make sure everything is in order before release.

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July 17, 2014, 10:58:32 AM
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bad logo, too generic

countdown?

If you would like to redesign our logo, you could just say so.  Since you find it to generic and bad.  Thanks

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July 17, 2014, 11:45:15 AM
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I think it is pretty dam cool that the author of the algo dropped in to give some ideas.  That is about the only reason I would delay the launch.  I know everyone that works on this and they will make sure everything is working great.  The team has developers working on many projects.  Drop in the IRC https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.kiwiirc.com/#GlobalBoost and offer some thoughts, the project lead is there most of the time and other people that have been supporting GlobalBoost.

Here is the Affiliate Dashboard where you can make money with the coin or with fiat money.


Here is the Social Dashboard where you can manage multiple social network accounts and target specific audiences for advertising/promotion


The developers of the dashboards above are working to put them into one site, and that is also going to be redesigned.  GlobalBoost isn't one of those coins that just fade away into nothing.  They have a whole business wrapped around this coin and its success.  The reason for the switch to the new algo was because of what the cryptocommunity wanted.  A new algo never been used before.  The X11, X13, and X15 are okay as well, but there are other developers that are just trying to make a quick buck.  Do some studying, do some research, and ask questions about all parts of a crypto before you get involved.  All of this stuff will be FREE to wounded veterans.
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July 17, 2014, 12:33:23 PM
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As a user of the GlobalBoost Social Dashboard I must say it is absolutely fantastic! It allows for efficient social media marketing and saves us several hours a week. Time that is valuable and better used elsewhere in the business. Thanks GlobalBoost for the dashboard and for supporting our Veterans! It will be exciting to see the new yescrypt release and it has me curious.

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July 18, 2014, 01:21:09 AM
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any update on launch time and date?
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July 18, 2014, 02:29:29 AM
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I waited for two days,haha.
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July 18, 2014, 02:58:29 AM
Last edit: July 18, 2014, 05:39:00 PM by GlobalBoost
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****Release Update 2****

The GlobalBoost development team is working to have the new Bitcoin wallet version work with the Yescrypt algorithm.  The dev team is targeting next week.  If we feel comfortable with releasing it earlier, then we may do that.  We will also make sure that we notify everyone in plenty of time.  Please feel free to join us on IRC anytime.  All of our social network links are available above.


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July 18, 2014, 04:55:30 PM
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seems to be stronger than scrypt against ASIC

ASIC and FPGA
yescrypt with (at least) the YESCRYPT_PWXFORM flag set performs rapid random lookups (as described above),
typically from a CPU’s L1 cache, along with 32x32 to 64-bit integer multiplications. Both of these operations have
latency that is unlikely to be made much lower in specialized hardware than it is in CPUs. (This is in contrast
with bitwise operations and additions found in Salsa20/8, which is the only type of computation performed by
classic scrypt in its SMix and below. Those allow for major latency reduction in hardware.) For each sub-block of
data processed in BlockMix, yescrypt computes multiple sequential rounds of pwxform, thereby imposing a lower
bound on how quickly BlockMix can proceed, even if a given hardware platform’s memory bandwidth would
otherwise permit for much quicker processing.
yescrypt with (at least) the YESCRYPT_RW flag set additionally discourages time-memory tradeoffs (TMTO),
thereby reducing attackers’ flexibility. Perhaps more importantly, yescrypt’s YESCRYPT_RW increases the area-
time cost of attacks, and this higher cost of attacks is achieved at a lower (defensive) running time. Specifically,
scrypt achieves its optimal area-time cost at 2*N combined iterations of the loops in SMix, whereas yescrypt
achieves its optimal area-time cost at 4/3*N iterations (thus, at 2/3 of classic scrypt’s running time) and, considering
the 2x area-time reduction that occurs along with exploitation of TMTO in classic scrypt, that cost is higher by one
third (+33%). Normalized for the same running time (which lets yescrypt use 1.5 times higher N), the area-time
cost of attacks on yescrypt is 3 times higher than that on scrypt.
Like with GPU attacks, setting both flags at once achieves the best effect also against specialized hardware


also from openwall http://www.openwall.com/presentations/PHDays2014-Yescrypt/

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July 23, 2014, 04:58:07 PM
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Update:
The GlobalBoost Development team is testing additional parameters making BST very attractive.
We are making GlobalBoost Gold
https://twitter.com/GlobalBoost




seems to be stronger than scrypt against ASIC

ASIC and FPGA
yescrypt with (at least) the YESCRYPT_PWXFORM flag set performs rapid random lookups (as described above),
typically from a CPU’s L1 cache, along with 32x32 to 64-bit integer multiplications. Both of these operations have
latency that is unlikely to be made much lower in specialized hardware than it is in CPUs. (This is in contrast
with bitwise operations and additions found in Salsa20/8, which is the only type of computation performed by
classic scrypt in its SMix and below. Those allow for major latency reduction in hardware.) For each sub-block of
data processed in BlockMix, yescrypt computes multiple sequential rounds of pwxform, thereby imposing a lower
bound on how quickly BlockMix can proceed, even if a given hardware platform’s memory bandwidth would
otherwise permit for much quicker processing.
yescrypt with (at least) the YESCRYPT_RW flag set additionally discourages time-memory tradeoffs (TMTO),
thereby reducing attackers’ flexibility. Perhaps more importantly, yescrypt’s YESCRYPT_RW increases the area-
time cost of attacks, and this higher cost of attacks is achieved at a lower (defensive) running time. Specifically,
scrypt achieves its optimal area-time cost at 2*N combined iterations of the loops in SMix, whereas yescrypt
achieves its optimal area-time cost at 4/3*N iterations (thus, at 2/3 of classic scrypt’s running time) and, considering
the 2x area-time reduction that occurs along with exploitation of TMTO in classic scrypt, that cost is higher by one
third (+33%). Normalized for the same running time (which lets yescrypt use 1.5 times higher N), the area-time
cost of attacks on yescrypt is 3 times higher than that on scrypt.
Like with GPU attacks, setting both flags at once achieves the best effect also against specialized hardware


also from openwall http://www.openwall.com/presentations/PHDays2014-Yescrypt/



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September 02, 2014, 02:42:59 PM
Last edit: September 02, 2014, 03:00:02 PM by WigitGetIt
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Need to Clear something up

At no point was the Author of Yescrypt, Solar Designer, the reason for the delayed launch of the BSTY coin.  GlobalBoost Development Team decided to halt this.  We are very appreciative for his input with our developer and GlobalBoost Development Team felt it was important to halt this.

It is our hope to clear up any misunderstanding on this subject.

Check out Solar Designer work at http://www.openwall.com/

Checkout the information here for Yescrypt http://www.openwall.com/presentations/PHDays2014-Yescrypt/

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September 09, 2014, 03:42:23 PM
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fill me in. What exactly is going on.

is the launching, has it launched???

Where are the pools??

Little bit confused.

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