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July 17, 2014, 04:10:28 PM
Last edit: August 18, 2014, 09:17:39 AM by Infinium8
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LAUNCHED 7/18/2014 12:00 UTC
CryptoNote-based digital currency

Infinium-8 (INF8) is a new privacy-centric coin using the CryptoNote protocol.
The open source reference implementation of CryptoNote was coded from scratch based on the CryptoNote reference implementation, and is not a fork of Bitcoin.

Infinium-8 aims to be a fungible and untraceable digital medium of exchange. It intrinsically has a higher degree of anonymity than Bitcoin or any of its various forks.

Features

  • Untraceable payments
  • Unlinkable transactions
  • Blockchain analysis resistance
  • Adaptive parameters

Details in the CryptoNote white paper

Specifications

  • PoW algorithm: CryptoNight [1]
  • Max supply: Infinite
  • Block reward: increasing with difficulty growth [2]
  • Block time: 90 seconds
  • Difficulty: Retargets at every block

[1] CPU + GPU mining (about 1:1 performance for now). Memory-bound by design using AES encryption and several SHA-3 candidates.
[2] Deflation is a very serious problem for all cryptocoins because it prevents them from being used as payment mean. For most coins block reward decreases in time and this increases deflation rate. For PPC-    derived coins (PrimeCoin etc) the problem is even worse as soon as they offer difficulty-based block reward formula that makes block reward inversly proportional to difficulty (i.e. difficulty goes up and block reward goes down). Both practices are counterproductive.
Infinium-8 s the cryptocoin with blockreward increasing together with difficulty.
Block reward formula is a fixed point implementation of log2(difficulty). This means that block reward increases much slower than difficulty: for 1 coin to be added to block reward a difficulty must be increased twice. This rate looks to be reasonable
Block_reward = log2(difficulty) * 2^40

Downloads


How to start mining

1. Download or compile binaries

2. Start infiniumd

3. Wait until network is synchronized. You will be notified with "SYNCHRONIZED OK" message

4. Run simplewallet

5. Create a new wallet or open the existing one

6. Type start_mining %number_of_threads%.
Example: start_mining 3

6.* You can start mining from the daemon with start_mining %wallet_address% %number_of_threads% command.
Example: start_mining inf8U2kpouwiAr2cMLHsTqVijc 6

Pools

Xmining Mining Pool http://infinium.xminingpool.com

- Only 1% commission;
- Most stable and powerful servers;
- Fast and responsive support;
- Based on the updated node-cryptonote-pool

Extreme Pool http://inf8.extremepool.org

- 1% fee
- Fast Payouts directly to your private wallet.
- Address Validation
- Variable Difficulty based on your individual CPU performance
- Verified Secure
- Servers hosted in our own Data Center, not hosted by an online 3rd party provider

Yaymining Pool https://yaymining.com/infinium/

- Total Pool Fee: 1%

Exchanges

Alt2Bit - https://www.alt2bit.com

Vote - https://askcoin.net/votes

Translations

Chinese http://www.btclt.cn/group-823-1.html

References

https://cryptonote.org/news/2014/7/30/infinium-8-has-joined-the-cryptonote-family

https://cryptonote.org/coins.php

https://forum.cryptonote.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=242
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July 17, 2014, 04:10:44 PM
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Cool features, good luck.
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July 17, 2014, 04:11:02 PM
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Again cryptonote? When it will have GUI?
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July 17, 2014, 04:11:11 PM
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infinite supply seems risky, but gl.
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July 17, 2014, 04:11:30 PM
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best wish!

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July 17, 2014, 04:12:30 PM
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there have no much new features...
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July 17, 2014, 04:17:25 PM
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sounds interesting, watching...

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July 17, 2014, 04:31:34 PM
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Must add merge-mining.

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July 17, 2014, 04:34:30 PM
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keep on eyes Smiley
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July 17, 2014, 04:41:39 PM
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Your coin has been added to the Altcoin launch calendar.

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We'll keep posted for developments with your coin!

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finally shit clone made it to cryptonight  Grin

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we will see how this one works out soon...

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watching
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sounds interesting, watching... Smiley
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Pls tell me you are chinese or not?
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should start now or isn t???

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Fail?
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COIN IS LAUNCHED!


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Nice coin..
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pool?

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great wallet works for me , but how to mine with my gpu??

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Is it working? First time I trying to mine CryptoNote.

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great coin! Cheesy
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some pool?

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some pool?
How to mine it ??

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start deamon , start wallet and type help you will see , start_mining (number of cores)

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How to see current diff?
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Is it working? First time I trying to mine CryptoNote.


Yes, it's working and you've already found a block. Congrats!

great wallet works for me , but how to mine with my gpu??

Use next command for daemon
  
Code:
start_mining %wallet_address% %number_of_threads% command

Example:

Code:
start_mining inf8U2kpouwiAr2cMLHsTqVijc5X 3
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start deamon , start wallet and type help you will see , start_mining (number of cores)
Got it thx for help Smiley

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Example:

Code:
start_mining inf8U2kpouwiAr2cMLHsTqVijc5X 3


Is it necessary to type wallet address?
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Why?
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Gpu mining?
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Example:

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start_mining inf8U2kpouwiAr2cMLHsTqVijc5X 3


Is it necessary to type wallet address?

You way use start_mining command in wallet. It's not necessary to type wallet address in this case.
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plz help.... do jou have some pool for GPU mining?

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How to see current diff?

HEIGHT 49, difficulty:  632752

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plz help.... do jou have some pool for GPU mining?
looks like a lot of people wanna now how to mine with gpu , dev some explnation about gpumining??

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How to see current diff?

HEIGHT 49, difficulty:  632752

I'm asking HOW to see.  Undecided
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How to see current diff?

HEIGHT 49, difficulty:  632752

I'm asking HOW to see.  Undecided
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plz help.... do jou have some pool for GPU mining?
looks like a lot of people wanna now how to mine with gpu , dev some explnation about gpumining??

ok , only cpu-mining i guess!

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plz help.... do jou have some pool for GPU mining?
looks like a lot of people wanna now how to mine with gpu , dev some explnation about gpumining??

ok , only cpu-mining i guess!

you just have to say .... that you can or can not.
'm still just like everyone else ....

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How to see current diff?

HEIGHT 49, difficulty:  632752

I'm asking HOW to see.  Undecided

set_log 1 command


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Nothing happens...
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wait for 90 seconds  Wink

You will see last block info
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July 18, 2014, 01:29:59 PM
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i don't know what i am mining lol

in my wallet only this command works -> start_mining 2
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i don't know what i am mining lol

in my wallet only this command works -> start_mining 2

Dude, you are mining Infinium-8  Grin
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July 18, 2014, 01:42:13 PM
Last edit: July 18, 2014, 01:53:39 PM by paulus51
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it seems realy funny this way of mining just give it a try

hm i am mining now or what ?  






this is all i see and cpu is 100 % bussy ??
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July 18, 2014, 01:51:28 PM
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I think diff is to high now for solo.
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July 18, 2014, 01:59:21 PM
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I think diff is to high now for solo.

But where is pools?
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July 18, 2014, 02:07:40 PM
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paulus51

Yes, you are mining

Shadow_Runner, darko84

I've already asked to add Infinium-8 to Xmining pool (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=675107.0)
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July 18, 2014, 02:14:29 PM
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Yes, you are mining

Shadow_Runner, darko84

I've already asked to add Infinium-8 to Xmining pool (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=675107.0)


oke i just started again with 2 threads to see how it works i just set_log 1 how do i disable this ? set_log 0 ?
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Yes, you are mining

Shadow_Runner, darko84

I've already asked to add Infinium-8 to Xmining pool (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=675107.0)


oke i just started again with 2 threads to see how it works i just set_log 1 how do i disable this ? set_log 0 ?


Yes.
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July 18, 2014, 03:36:25 PM
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Great news!

We've added Infinium-8 to the xmining pools system!

We offer a lot of awesome stuff, here is just a part of it:

- Only 1% commission;
- Most stable and powerful servers;
- Fast and responsive support;
- Based on the updated node-cryptonote-pool!

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July 18, 2014, 03:40:13 PM
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Great news!

We've added Infinium-8 to the xmining pools system!

We offer a lot of awesome stuff, here is just a part of it:

- Only 1% commission;
- Most stable and powerful servers;
- Fast and responsive support;
- Based on the updated node-cryptonote-pool!

Join us here: http://infinium.xminingpool.com/


Thank you!

Thanks a lot  Cheesy
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July 18, 2014, 04:34:04 PM
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Copy MCN?Huh? but MCN deaded!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Copy MCN?Huh? but MCN deaded!!!!!!!!!!!!

sure!  All  strong  Inflationary  coins  will  dead  soon  or  later!
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July 18, 2014, 04:44:06 PM
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Extreme Pool
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INF8 has been added to the #1 Pool for mining Cryptonote Coins, welcome!

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•Servers secured with enterprise firewalls

Come mine with us!

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best wish!

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All cryptonote coins failed except XMR. Why would this one be different? Alternatively sell at the pump and move on.
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Extreme Pool
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INF8 has been added to the #1 Pool for mining Cryptonote Coins, welcome!

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•Address Validation
•Latest pool code from Zone117x
•Variable Difficulty based on your individual CPU performance
•Verified Secure
•Servers hosted in our own Data Center, not hosted by an online 3rd party provider
•Servers secured with enterprise firewalls

Come mine with us!

http://www.extremepool.org

http://inf8.extremepool.org

I have modified our pool to be lower than any other pool to welcome Infinium to the cryptonote club.
Come visit us at http://inf8.extremepool.org

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Hashhot Pool  http://inf.hashhot.com  Please add it to OP
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any exchange soon?  Grin
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any exchange soon?  Grin
coin just launched today.

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can  not mine with AMD? Huh

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can  not mine with AMD? Huh
not yet

claymore miner will have to add this coin to there miner.

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can  not mine with AMD? Huh
not yet

claymore miner will have to add this coin to there miner.

Sorry if this is more common knowledge, but I am new to mining this algo. So even minerd and other CPU miners won't work with an AMD CPU?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Have a Good Day!

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can  not mine with AMD? Huh
not yet

claymore miner will have to add this coin to there miner.

Sorry if this is more common knowledge, but I am new to mining this algo. So even minerd and other CPU miners won't work with an AMD CPU?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Have a Good Day!
minderd will work fine
https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi

for linux

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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can  not mine with AMD? Huh
not yet

claymore miner will have to add this coin to there miner.

Sorry if this is more common knowledge, but I am new to mining this algo. So even minerd and other CPU miners won't work with an AMD CPU?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Have a Good Day!
minderd will work fine
https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi

for linux

Great thanks. I have 5 computers with AMD processors that mostly do nothing was going to try this.
Have a Good Day

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can  not mine with AMD? Huh
not yet

claymore miner will have to add this coin to there miner.

Sorry if this is more common knowledge, but I am new to mining this algo. So even minerd and other CPU miners won't work with an AMD CPU?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Have a Good Day!
minderd will work fine
https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi

for linux

Great thanks. I have 5 computers with AMD processors that mostly do nothing was going to try this.
Have a Good Day
miner works best with aes-ni enabled, which is intel but it still should work.
http://inf8.extremepool.org

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can  not mine with AMD? Huh
not yet

claymore miner will have to add this coin to there miner.

Sorry if this is more common knowledge, but I am new to mining this algo. So even minerd and other CPU miners won't work with an AMD CPU?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Have a Good Day!
minderd will work fine
https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi

for linux

Great thanks. I have 5 computers with AMD processors that mostly do nothing was going to try this.
Have a Good Day
miner works best with aes-ni enabled, which is intel but it still should work.
http://inf8.extremepool.org

Thanks again I'll start sending some cpu hash towards your pool.

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Any good miner for windows?Have problems with mining...
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Any good miner for windows?Have problems with mining...

After the above comments that helped me I did more searching and found this for a friend that has a windows intel based system. Haven't tried it on my AMD rigs yet, but works on his system.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632724

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WTS 100 INF8
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Extreme Pool
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INF8 has been added to the #1 Pool for mining Cryptonote Coins, welcome!

We offer a Pool for every Cryptonote Coin
Features:
•Fast Payouts directly to your private wallet.
•Address Validation
•Latest pool code from Zone117x
•Variable Difficulty based on your individual CPU performance
•Verified Secure
•Servers hosted in our own Data Center, not hosted by an online 3rd party provider
•Servers secured with enterprise firewalls

Come mine with us!

http://www.extremepool.org

http://inf8.extremepool.org

I have modified our pool to be lower than any other pool to welcome Infinium to the cryptonote club.
Come visit us at http://inf8.extremepool.org

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Hashhot Pool  http://inf.hashhot.com  Please add it to OP

Thanks. Any features?
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Hashhot Pool  http://inf.hashhot.com  Please add it to OP

Thanks. Any features?

I have used hothash already and they seemed to be OK. Don't follow their information on miners though. They list CGminer and BFGminer; I'm sure those miners won't work on CryptoNote coins.

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Hi,
I admit I'm being lazy right now, but tired of reading posts. Was anything mentioned about a time frame of getting on some exchanges?

Thanks and Have a Good Day

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chinese translationg:http://www.btclt.cn/group-823-1.html
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seems sources from github dont compil :

Code:
[ 53%] Building CXX object tests/CMakeFiles/coretests.dir/core_tests/chaingen.cpp.o
/coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp: In member function ‘void test_generator::add_block(const cryptonote::block&, size_t, std::vector<long unsigned int>&, uint64_t)’:
/coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp:75:102: error: too few arguments to function ‘bool cryptonote::get_block_reward(size_t, size_t, uint64_t, uint64_t&, cryptonote::difficulty_type)’
   get_block_reward(misc_utils::median(block_sizes), block_size, already_generated_coins, block_reward);
                                                                                                      ^
In file included from /coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp:15:0:
/coins/infinium/src/cryptonote_core/cryptonote_basic_impl.h:42:8: note: declared here
   bool get_block_reward(size_t median_size, size_t current_block_size, uint64_t already_generated_coins, uint64_t &reward, const cryptonote::difficulty_type diff);
        ^
/coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp: In function ‘bool construct_miner_tx_manually(size_t, uint64_t, const cryptonote::account_public_address&, cryptonote::transaction&, uint64_t, cryptonote::keypair*)’:
/coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp:505:68: error: too few arguments to function ‘bool cryptonote::get_block_reward(size_t, size_t, uint64_t, uint64_t&, cryptonote::difficulty_type)’
   if (!get_block_reward(0, 0, already_generated_coins, block_reward))
                                                                    ^
In file included from /coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp:15:0:
/coins/infinium/src/cryptonote_core/cryptonote_basic_impl.h:42:8: note: declared here
   bool get_block_reward(size_t median_size, size_t current_block_size, uint64_t already_generated_coins, uint64_t &reward, const cryptonote::difficulty_type diff);
        ^
make[3]: *** [tests/CMakeFiles/coretests.dir/core_tests/chaingen.cpp.o] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/coins/infinium/build/release'
make[2]: *** [tests/CMakeFiles/coretests.dir/all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory `/coins/infinium/build/release'
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/coins/infinium/build/release'
make: *** [build-release] Error 2

anyone had that ?  Huh

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Hashhot Pool  http://inf.hashhot.com  Please add it to OP

Thanks. Any features?

I have used hothash already and they seemed to be OK. Don't follow their information on miners though. They list CGminer and BFGminer; I'm sure those miners won't work on CryptoNote coins.

It looks like a scam according to the latest user messages. I deleted this info from OP for the time being.
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WTS 100 INF8

Hi,
I admit I'm being lazy right now, but tired of reading posts. Was anything mentioned about a time frame of getting on some exchanges?

Thanks and Have a Good Day

First we need a block explorer.

upd I sent request to Hitbtc.
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seems sources from github dont compil :

Code:
[ 53%] Building CXX object tests/CMakeFiles/coretests.dir/core_tests/chaingen.cpp.o
/coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp: In member function ‘void test_generator::add_block(const cryptonote::block&, size_t, std::vector<long unsigned int>&, uint64_t)’:
/coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp:75:102: error: too few arguments to function ‘bool cryptonote::get_block_reward(size_t, size_t, uint64_t, uint64_t&, cryptonote::difficulty_type)’
   get_block_reward(misc_utils::median(block_sizes), block_size, already_generated_coins, block_reward);
                                                                                                      ^
In file included from /coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp:15:0:
/coins/infinium/src/cryptonote_core/cryptonote_basic_impl.h:42:8: note: declared here
   bool get_block_reward(size_t median_size, size_t current_block_size, uint64_t already_generated_coins, uint64_t &reward, const cryptonote::difficulty_type diff);
        ^
/coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp: In function ‘bool construct_miner_tx_manually(size_t, uint64_t, const cryptonote::account_public_address&, cryptonote::transaction&, uint64_t, cryptonote::keypair*)’:
/coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp:505:68: error: too few arguments to function ‘bool cryptonote::get_block_reward(size_t, size_t, uint64_t, uint64_t&, cryptonote::difficulty_type)’
   if (!get_block_reward(0, 0, already_generated_coins, block_reward))
                                                                    ^
In file included from /coins/infinium/tests/core_tests/chaingen.cpp:15:0:
/coins/infinium/src/cryptonote_core/cryptonote_basic_impl.h:42:8: note: declared here
   bool get_block_reward(size_t median_size, size_t current_block_size, uint64_t already_generated_coins, uint64_t &reward, const cryptonote::difficulty_type diff);
        ^
make[3]: *** [tests/CMakeFiles/coretests.dir/core_tests/chaingen.cpp.o] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/coins/infinium/build/release'
make[2]: *** [tests/CMakeFiles/coretests.dir/all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory `/coins/infinium/build/release'
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/coins/infinium/build/release'
make: *** [build-release] Error 2

anyone had that ?  Huh

The tests are broken at the moment, but you can compile the binaries specifically:
make daemon
make simplewallet

The tests can't be compiled because the emission is infinite. I am working on it.
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give up

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When you release the block explorer?

Just for info people don't like because the problem is INFINITE coin!!

No max supply!

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Guys got some noob questions here as I have never done cryptonote.

First I get wallet addresses but they look very large compared to addresses from other coins. Is this address valid?

inf8WxuMhuZaeVJiacwMQ7Z377CS8kXwxZhusQBLHELRBm8ZBGPMCXmikE4TGq5Tya75uPpfcpwDi1q JL2WGDHAH182Yckm1in

Second, if I start the infiniumd with this address and 8 which is the cores on that machine, I am then solo mining?

Third, it appears that infiniumd is opening port 27854 on that machine, but I have 3 more machines with 8 core vishera processors which I would like to point at that daemon. How do I start those machines to point there and mine under the same wallet address?

Fourth, if I wanted to point infiniumd to a pool I can't find the commands for that in the --help screen. Any tips?

Again, noob questions I now. Can you guys help a brother out?

Thanks.

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July 21, 2014, 08:39:21 PM
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Guys got some noob questions here as I have never done cryptonote.

First I get wallet addresses but they look very large compared to addresses from other coins. Is this address valid?

inf8WxuMhuZaeVJiacwMQ7Z377CS8kXwxZhusQBLHELRBm8ZBGPMCXmikE4TGq5Tya75uPpfcpwDi1q JL2WGDHAH182Yckm1in

Second, if I start the infiniumd with this address and 8 which is the cores on that machine, I am then solo mining?

Third, it appears that infiniumd is opening port 27854 on that machine, but I have 3 more machines with 8 core vishera processors which I would like to point at that daemon. How do I start those machines to point there and mine under the same wallet address?

Fourth, if I wanted to point infiniumd to a pool I can't find the commands for that in the --help screen. Any tips?

Again, noob questions I now. Can you guys help a brother out?

Thanks.

pool mining is easiest, and I am not saying that just because I am a pool op.

All you do is get the minerd from wolf (for Linux) and then run the below command.

minerd -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://inf8.extremepool.org:5555 -u address -p x

http://inf8.extremepool.org/
https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi/

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Guys got some noob questions here as I have never done cryptonote.

First I get wallet addresses but they look very large compared to addresses from other coins. Is this address valid?

inf8WxuMhuZaeVJiacwMQ7Z377CS8kXwxZhusQBLHELRBm8ZBGPMCXmikE4TGq5Tya75uPpfcpwDi1q JL2WGDHAH182Yckm1in

Second, if I start the infiniumd with this address and 8 which is the cores on that machine, I am then solo mining?

Third, it appears that infiniumd is opening port 27854 on that machine, but I have 3 more machines with 8 core vishera processors which I would like to point at that daemon. How do I start those machines to point there and mine under the same wallet address?

Fourth, if I wanted to point infiniumd to a pool I can't find the commands for that in the --help screen. Any tips?

Again, noob questions I now. Can you guys help a brother out?

Thanks.

pool mining is easiest, and I am not saying that just because I am a pool op.

All you do is get the minerd from wolf (for Linux) and then run the below command.

minerd -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://inf8.extremepool.org:5555 -u address -p x

http://inf8.extremepool.org/
https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi/

Thanks for the help sir. I was actually solo mining on two machines and have found 3 blocks so far.  Shocked  I have figured out how to mine with the simple Infinium interface and actually as an IT guy I prefer it to GUIs. Smiley

I suspect that won't last for ever though. I used your example as well and mined against a pool and received coins back. So thank you for the information. Right now think I am going for the solo mining, but suspect I will be mining at your pool shortly.

Thanks again.

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Guys got some noob questions here as I have never done cryptonote.

First I get wallet addresses but they look very large compared to addresses from other coins. Is this address valid?

inf8WxuMhuZaeVJiacwMQ7Z377CS8kXwxZhusQBLHELRBm8ZBGPMCXmikE4TGq5Tya75uPpfcpwDi1q JL2WGDHAH182Yckm1in

Second, if I start the infiniumd with this address and 8 which is the cores on that machine, I am then solo mining?

Third, it appears that infiniumd is opening port 27854 on that machine, but I have 3 more machines with 8 core vishera processors which I would like to point at that daemon. How do I start those machines to point there and mine under the same wallet address?

Fourth, if I wanted to point infiniumd to a pool I can't find the commands for that in the --help screen. Any tips?

Again, noob questions I now. Can you guys help a brother out?

Thanks.

pool mining is easiest, and I am not saying that just because I am a pool op.

All you do is get the minerd from wolf (for Linux) and then run the below command.

minerd -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://inf8.extremepool.org:5555 -u address -p x

http://inf8.extremepool.org/
https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi/

Thanks for the help sir. I was actually solo mining on two machines and have found 3 blocks so far.  Shocked  I have figured out how to mine with the simple Infinium interface and actually as an IT guy I prefer it to GUIs. Smiley

I suspect that won't last for ever though. I used your example as well and mined against a pool and received coins back. So thank you for the information. Right now think I am going for the solo mining, but suspect I will be mining at your pool shortly.

Thanks again.

Congrats!

All the Inf8 addresses start with inf8-.
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Hey guys.

Looks like the network is working okay. Been hitting blocks solo mining all night and today, was able to transfer coins between wallets and they move pretty quickly.  Grin

So what's the plan? Where are we going with this? Looks pretty stable so far but not a lot of posters here.

Any bites from exchanges yet?

Just would like to know where we are going with this coin.

Be good all.

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Yes agree with you MinerMario "Just would like to know where we are going with this coin"

Yesterday i try to talk about INF8 on poloniex trollbox and people are answered directly is not interresting because there is an infinite number of coin. They do not find it interresting and think it will have no value.

That is why there is no support for INF8.

It would certainly change something to make INF8 attractive, such as establishing a maximun number of coin.
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Yes agree with you MinerMario "Just would like to know where we are going with this coin"

Yesterday i try to talk about INF8 on poloniex trollbox and people are answered directly is not interresting because there is an infinite number of coin. They do not find it interresting and think it will have no value.

That is why there is no support for INF8.

It would certainly change something to make INF8 attractive, such as establishing a maximun number of coin.

Certainly some information that the developer should hear and take into advisement. What do you think dev?

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Hello? Anyone home?

Man it would be a damn shame if this coin is left to rot. It seems to be technology wise quite stable from launch and that's a great thing. Is there no interest at all? Dev did you read the comments above? Any chance of limiting the number of coins?

Hope to hear something about where we are going from here.

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Hello? Anyone home?

Man it would be a damn shame if this coin is left to rot. It seems to be technology wise quite stable from launch and that's a great thing. Is there no interest at all? Dev did you read the comments above? Any chance of limiting the number of coins?

Hope to hear something about where we are going from here.
the point of the coin is to have no limit, so why would you now want to limit the amount of coins.  That doesn't' make any sense.

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Hello? Anyone home?

Man it would be a damn shame if this coin is left to rot. It seems to be technology wise quite stable from launch and that's a great thing. Is there no interest at all? Dev did you read the comments above? Any chance of limiting the number of coins?

Hope to hear something about where we are going from here.
the point of the coin is to have no limit, so why would you now want to limit the amount of coins.  That doesn't' make any sense.

The truth is that many coins have an infinite supply, though they don't advertise it. Any coin that has a constant interest rate after a period of time (most POS coins) has an infinite supply. Having an infinite supply isn't necessarily a problem. A good approach would be to calculate what happens to the coin supply after say 10-20 years.

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The last part of the formula

Block_reward = log2(difficulty) * 2^40(difficulty)

isn't clear to me. Could you explain it more clearly? Does it mean (2^40) * difficulty?

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Hey guys.

Looks like the network is working okay. Been hitting blocks solo mining all night and today, was able to transfer coins between wallets and they move pretty quickly.  Grin

So what's the plan? Where are we going with this? Looks pretty stable so far but not a lot of posters here.

Any bites from exchanges yet?

Just would like to know where we are going with this coin.

Be good all.

I contacted a few exchange owners and people who are developing block explorer. I'll immediately report the news.
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Hello? Anyone home?

Man it would be a damn shame if this coin is left to rot. It seems to be technology wise quite stable from launch and that's a great thing. Is there no interest at all? Dev did you read the comments above? Any chance of limiting the number of coins?

Hope to hear something about where we are going from here.
the point of the coin is to have no limit, so why would you now want to limit the amount of coins.  That doesn't' make any sense.

The truth is that many coins have an infinite supply, though they don't advertise it. Any coin that has a constant interest rate after a period of time (most POS coins) has an infinite supply. Having an infinite supply isn't necessarily a problem. A good approach would be to calculate what happens to the coin supply after say 10-20 years.

@Developer
The last part of the formula

Block_reward = log2(difficulty) * 2^40(difficulty)

isn't clear to me. Could you explain it more clearly? Does it mean (2^40) * difficulty?


Thank you for the notice, I mistyped. This is the valid formula

Block_reward = log2(difficulty) * 240
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Yes agree with you MinerMario "Just would like to know where we are going with this coin"

Yesterday i try to talk about INF8 on poloniex trollbox and people are answered directly is not interresting because there is an infinite number of coin. They do not find it interresting and think it will have no value.

That is why there is no support for INF8.

It would certainly change something to make INF8 attractive, such as establishing a maximun number of coin.

Certainly some information that the developer should hear and take into advisement. What do you think dev?

Need to keep the estimate of the coin at a stable level. The less it falls the more we earn. Also, pumps and dumps deteriorate the image of a coin as a mean for payment. We can never avoid the exchange rate from moving but we can diminish it's impact. So we use the infinite emission to tackle So we use the infinite emission to tackle the deflation problem.

The formula of block reward is log2(difficulty)*2^40. Ergo, the block reward increases slower than the difficulty. This ensures the Infinium-8 stability.
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July 23, 2014, 01:12:51 PM
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Hello? Anyone home?

Man it would be a damn shame if this coin is left to rot. It seems to be technology wise quite stable from launch and that's a great thing. Is there no interest at all? Dev did you read the comments above? Any chance of limiting the number of coins?

Hope to hear something about where we are going from here.
the point of the coin is to have no limit, so why would you now want to limit the amount of coins.  That doesn't' make any sense.

I don't want to do anything except see some interest in the coin. I am really thrilled with these CPU only coins and this one seems to work quite well right from the start. I think the other poster above threw out some points and they are worth discussing, and so have you guys since. An active forum is good.

The block explorer coming would be outstanding. Waiting for the news.

Be good all.

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Yes agree with you MinerMario "Just would like to know where we are going with this coin"

Yesterday i try to talk about INF8 on poloniex trollbox and people are answered directly is not interresting because there is an infinite number of coin. They do not find it interresting and think it will have no value.

That is why there is no support for INF8.

It would certainly change something to make INF8 attractive, such as establishing a maximun number of coin.

Certainly some information that the developer should hear and take into advisement. What do you think dev?

Need to keep the estimate of the coin at a stable level. The less it falls the more we earn. Also, pumps and dumps deteriorate the image of a coin as a mean for payment. We can never avoid the exchange rate from moving but we can diminish it's impact. So we use the infinite emission to tackle So we use the infinite emission to tackle the deflation problem.

The formula of block reward is log2(difficulty)*2^40. Ergo, the block reward increases slower than the difficulty. This ensures the Infinium-8 stability.

Okay, it's worth it to keep watching. The investment to get in is small, just a little juice for the CPU, and so far you have done a pretty good job with your launch.

Just one more question. Correct me if I am wrong but it seems in all the excitement of launch no one bothered to ask the first question of crypto and your OP doesn't state it that I can see. Will the block explorer show a premine/instamine? If so how large?

Crossing fingers nothing unreasonable. I can ramp up some more hash for CPU mining this coin but I don't want to spend the electricity if there is a huge premine or instamine hanging out there.


FYI for miners. I have been solo mining this for 1 1/2 days now and still finding blocks. Have 3 AMD 8 core Vishera working on it and have found about 65-70 blocks so far. Not sure how that would add up against pool mining yet but will try that tomorrow and see what is more effective.

But you *can* still solo mine this coin with relatively little hardware.


Be good.

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July 23, 2014, 02:36:56 PM
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Thank you guys for supporting Infinium-8 Xmining pool! 2 Kh/s out of 25 on xmining - it's awesome!

Let's keep up the partnership. Smiley


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Yes agree with you MinerMario "Just would like to know where we are going with this coin"

Yesterday i try to talk about INF8 on poloniex trollbox and people are answered directly is not interresting because there is an infinite number of coin. They do not find it interresting and think it will have no value.

That is why there is no support for INF8.

It would certainly change something to make INF8 attractive, such as establishing a maximun number of coin.

Certainly some information that the developer should hear and take into advisement. What do you think dev?

Need to keep the estimate of the coin at a stable level. The less it falls the more we earn. Also, pumps and dumps deteriorate the image of a coin as a mean for payment. We can never avoid the exchange rate from moving but we can diminish it's impact. So we use the infinite emission to tackle So we use the infinite emission to tackle the deflation problem.

The formula of block reward is log2(difficulty)*2^40. Ergo, the block reward increases slower than the difficulty. This ensures the Infinium-8 stability.

Okay, it's worth it to keep watching. The investment to get in is small, just a little juice for the CPU, and so far you have done a pretty good job with your launch.

Just one more question. Correct me if I am wrong but it seems in all the excitement of launch no one bothered to ask the first question of crypto and your OP doesn't state it that I can see. Will the block explorer show a premine/instamine? If so how large?

Crossing fingers nothing unreasonable. I can ramp up some more hash for CPU mining this coin but I don't want to spend the electricity if there is a huge premine or instamine hanging out there.

You can be sure of this. Block explorer will show the date and time when genesis / the first block was generated. I have mined the first few blocks, but Infinium-8 was launched fairly.

FYI for miners. I have been solo mining this for 1 1/2 days now and still finding blocks. Have 3 AMD 8 core Vishera working on it and have found about 65-70 blocks so far. Not sure how that would add up against pool mining yet but will try that tomorrow and see what is more effective.

But you *can* still solo mine this coin with relatively little hardware.

Be good.

Thanks for the information!
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Increasing mining reward is a great idea!

What happens right now with XMR is that I make a lot more money by trading than by mining. At it's start I did make a lot by mining.

Traders are still useful, because somebody needs to buy the coin back, but traders making a lot more than miners, makes it a pump and dump coin, making mixing with it very expensive.

Less incentive for traders will make the value more steady, even if it's steadily decreasing, because of infinite supply, if it happens at a very low pace, I think it's good.

So this coin may turn out to be good, after all.

+1 from me !

PS: a dedicated exchange for it might be a good idea, maybe the guy who had cryptonote.exchange.to could help, if busoni doesn't
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Yes agree with you MinerMario "Just would like to know where we are going with this coin"

Yesterday i try to talk about INF8 on poloniex trollbox and people are answered directly is not interresting because there is an infinite number of coin. They do not find it interresting and think it will have no value.

That is why there is no support for INF8.

It would certainly change something to make INF8 attractive, such as establishing a maximun number of coin.

Certainly some information that the developer should hear and take into advisement. What do you think dev?

Need to keep the estimate of the coin at a stable level. The less it falls the more we earn. Also, pumps and dumps deteriorate the image of a coin as a mean for payment. We can never avoid the exchange rate from moving but we can diminish it's impact. So we use the infinite emission to tackle So we use the infinite emission to tackle the deflation problem.

The formula of block reward is log2(difficulty)*2^40. Ergo, the block reward increases slower than the difficulty. This ensures the Infinium-8 stability.

Okay, it's worth it to keep watching. The investment to get in is small, just a little juice for the CPU, and so far you have done a pretty good job with your launch.

Just one more question. Correct me if I am wrong but it seems in all the excitement of launch no one bothered to ask the first question of crypto and your OP doesn't state it that I can see. Will the block explorer show a premine/instamine? If so how large?

Crossing fingers nothing unreasonable. I can ramp up some more hash for CPU mining this coin but I don't want to spend the electricity if there is a huge premine or instamine hanging out there.

You can be sure of this. Block explorer will show the date and time when genesis / the first block was generated. I have mined the first few blocks, but Infinium-8 was launched fairly.

FYI for miners. I have been solo mining this for 1 1/2 days now and still finding blocks. Have 3 AMD 8 core Vishera working on it and have found about 65-70 blocks so far. Not sure how that would add up against pool mining yet but will try that tomorrow and see what is more effective.

But you *can* still solo mine this coin with relatively little hardware.

Be good.

Thanks for the information!

Thank you for the information as well. Await the block explorer and other announcements you have coming. Will keep some CPUs on this one. Good luck all.

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July 24, 2014, 10:40:19 AM
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Increasing mining reward is a great idea!

What happens right now with XMR is that I make a lot more money by trading than by mining. At it's start I did make a lot by mining.

Traders are still useful, because somebody needs to buy the coin back, but traders making a lot more than miners, makes it a pump and dump coin, making mixing with it very expensive.

Less incentive for traders will make the value more steady, even if it's steadily decreasing, because of infinite supply, if it happens at a very low pace, I think it's good.

So this coin may turn out to be good, after all.

+1 from me !

PS: a dedicated exchange for it might be a good idea, maybe the guy who had cryptonote.exchange.to could help, if busoni doesn't

Thanks!

I've sent requests on Hitbtc, Polo and Swaphole.
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I posted the announcement to CryptoNote forum https://forum.cryptonote.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=242. Hope that Infinium-8 will be added to the official CryptoNote resource.
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i really like where this coin is going, and it seems to have serious decentralized potential.

keep it up guys =]


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Thanks!

I've sent requests on Hitbtc, Polo and Swaphole.

I have yet another idea that might be good for this coin.
The transaction fees should also increase as difficulty increases. It makes perfect sense, more hash power, more expensive transactions, since the miners put up a lot more resources to make this happen.
And I'm thinking of this because log2 increases very slowly after a while. Well at least it increases and not decreases.

Did you make any graphs on how the reward would increase as difficulty rises?

The transaction fees should increase in a more linear fashion. Say to make block reward + (average tx fees per block over the last n blocks) = a total reward that goes up more linearly.  Hash power costs money so it needs to be paid for.

Once again since it's a mixing coin, it's only fair that the people mixing should be paying this fee, and the miners who provide the service should get paid.
For the end user that's mixing, it's all the same, if the miners don't get it, the traders will. Traders make it fluctuate, so the end user ends up paying exponentially more, as soon as more coins end up in the traders' wallets.
Then mining may become no longer be profitable and the coin will die, then we have to start another bubble coin, where only the early miners make some real money.
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Infinium-8 was added to vote on the Askcoin exchange.

You can vote here - https://askcoin.net/votes (requires a registered account).
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Thanks!

I've sent requests on Hitbtc, Polo and Swaphole.

I have yet another idea that might be good for this coin.
The transaction fees should also increase as difficulty increases. It makes perfect sense, more hash power, more expensive transactions, since the miners put up a lot more resources to make this happen.
And I'm thinking of this because log2 increases very slowly after a while. Well at least it increases and not decreases.

Did you make any graphs on how the reward would increase as difficulty rises?

The transaction fees should increase in a more linear fashion. Say to make block reward + (average tx fees per block over the last n blocks) = a total reward that goes up more linearly.  Hash power costs money so it needs to be paid for.

Once again since it's a mixing coin, it's only fair that the people mixing should be paying this fee, and the miners who provide the service should get paid.
For the end user that's mixing, it's all the same, if the miners don't get it, the traders will. Traders make it fluctuate, so the end user ends up paying exponentially more, as soon as more coins end up in the traders' wallets.
Then mining may become no longer be profitable and the coin will die, then we have to start another bubble coin, where only the early miners make some real money.

Everything you've written is correct. This is envisaged in all currencies, even in Bitcoin.

There's the mining services market. Some miners are greedy and want to get as big a reward as possible. So they choose transactions which maximizes their incomes. Miners receive only the fee from transactions, which means that they maximize the amount of the fee. If mining stops being profitable, they will start accepting transactions with a large fee.

The decision is within the responsibility of the miners community. Also, if only a half of the miners accept this decision, this will decrease the speed of cheap transactions. I think it's too early to make such decisions.
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Everything you've written is correct. This is envisaged in all currencies, even in Bitcoin.

There's the mining services market. Some miners are greedy and want to get as big a reward as possible. So they choose transactions which maximizes their incomes. Miners receive only the fee from transactions, which means that they maximize the amount of the fee. If mining stops being profitable, they will start accepting transactions with a large fee.

The decision is within the responsibility of the miners community. Also, if only a half of the miners accept this decision, this will decrease the speed of cheap transactions. I think it's too early to make such decisions.

Interesting point. Then I am curious why they still accept small fee transactions, mining isn't all that profitable.
In fact I think that was the idea behind halving the reward in the first place, so why no pools raise their fees, I dunno...

I didn't notice in simplewallet any option where to set the transaction fee. Does CryptoNote even have this feature? I haven't really looked through the sources.

Also, I think there was a thing when if the blocksize was too large on XMR and QCN the reward was reduced significantly. Now after they raised the fee to 0.005 the problem disappeared, though I'm not sure if there was any connection, maybe just the update itself fixed the problem.  That was ridiculous, if processing transactions reduces your reward, why process any at all? Unless, the fees are greater than the block reward perhaps.

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Everything you've written is correct. This is envisaged in all currencies, even in Bitcoin.

There's the mining services market. Some miners are greedy and want to get as big a reward as possible. So they choose transactions which maximizes their incomes. Miners receive only the fee from transactions, which means that they maximize the amount of the fee. If mining stops being profitable, they will start accepting transactions with a large fee.

The decision is within the responsibility of the miners community. Also, if only a half of the miners accept this decision, this will decrease the speed of cheap transactions. I think it's too early to make such decisions.

Interesting point. Then I am curious why they still accept small fee transactions, mining isn't all that profitable.
In fact I think that was the idea behind halving the reward in the first place, so why no pools raise their fees, I dunno...

I didn't notice in simplewallet any option where to set the transaction fee. Does CryptoNote even have this feature? I haven't really looked through the sources.

Also, I think there was a thing when if the blocksize was too large on XMR and QCN the reward was reduced significantly. Now after they raised the fee to 0.005 the problem disappeared, though I'm not sure if there was any connection, maybe just the update itself fixed the problem.  That was ridiculous, if processing transactions reduces your reward, why process any at all? Unless, the fees are greater than the block reward perhaps.

Theoretically can rebuild several lines of the code and renew the binaries and then can state the desired transaction fee. you can see that in the code if you look attentively.

This means that the fee is stated not in simplewallet itself but manually in the code.
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This thread has come to a stand still. Any updates?!

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This thread has come to a stand still. Any updates?!

You can see block explorer, official website and some services at an early date.
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Infinium-8 has joined the CryptoNote family

CryptoNote team has diligently reviewed the request from Infinium-8 and the decision has been made to announce the new coin as the CryptoNote currency. Infinium-8 is endowed with every characteristic essential to a true CryptoNote-based coin. What’s particularly interesting about this coin is that it offers an infinite emission. We think of this feature as a curious economic experiment and are going to be tracking its development closely.

References

https://cryptonote.org/news/2014/7/30/infinium-8-has-joined-the-cryptonote-family

https://cryptonote.org/coins.php

https://forum.cryptonote.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=242
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Infinium-8 has joined the CryptoNote family

CryptoNote team has diligently reviewed the request from Infinium-8 and the decision has been made to announce the new coin as the CryptoNote currency. Infinium-8 is endowed with every characteristic essential to a true CryptoNote-based coin. What’s particularly interesting about this coin is that it offers an infinite emission. We think of this feature as a curious economic experiment and are going to be tracking its development closely.

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https://cryptonote.org/news/2014/7/30/infinium-8-has-joined-the-cryptonote-family

https://cryptonote.org/coins.php

https://forum.cryptonote.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=242

Great news!

If you're looking for a INF8 mining pool - join us on http://infinium.xminingpool.com/ Smiley

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That is the kind of true innovation I'm looking for in a coin
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Is the developer an actual developer?
Just asking Smiley
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Is the developer an actual developer?
Just asking Smiley

Yes, I am. Do you have any questions? I'll be glad to answer.
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Is the developer an actual developer?
Just asking Smiley

Yes, I am. Do you have any questions? I'll be glad to answer.
Just checking  Smiley
How long have you been developing?
What sort of projects have you worked on?
Do you see any improvements you can add to what other CN coins are doing?
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Is the developer an actual developer?
Just asking Smiley

Yes, I am. Do you have any questions? I'll be glad to answer.
Just checking  Smiley
How long have you been developing?
What sort of projects have you worked on?
Do you see any improvements you can add to what other CN coins are doing?

I'll tell about it a bit later Smiley

For now I have great news Infinium-8 will added to Claymore in its next update.
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WTS 2K INF8, pm me if  someone is interested!

Thanks

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Any progress with getting on an exchange?

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Any progress with getting on an exchange?

I think no block explorer = no exchange!

Maybe i'm wrong but it's the normal way!!
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Any progress with getting on an exchange?

I think no block explorer = no exchange!

Maybe i'm wrong but it's the normal way!!

Most, if not all, CN coins are at a common explorer, http://chainradar.com, but INF8 is not included. I'll make a request in their thread, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=716980.msg8099996


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this coin is still alive. should hit an exchange soon.

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this coin is still alive. should hit an exchange soon.

Indeed. There are 10-30 people who constantly mine it on our pool - http://infinium.xminingpool.com/ .

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Thank you, information has been added to the OP.
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Any progress with getting on an exchange?

I think no block explorer = no exchange!

Maybe i'm wrong but it's the normal way!!

Most, if not all, CN coins are at a common explorer, http://chainradar.com, but INF8 is not included. I'll make a request in their thread, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=716980.msg8099996




Good news  Smiley


The dev of the joint CN block explorer chainradar.com answered me in a PM:

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Yes, I'm going to add INF-8 to the chainradar.com. But I don't know how much time can it take

On step at the time, but we are moving forward  Smiley Keep an eye both chainradar.com and devs thread.


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Any progress with getting on an exchange?

I think no block explorer = no exchange!

Maybe i'm wrong but it's the normal way!!

Please vote for Infinium-8 on the Askcoin stock exchange.
https://askcoin.net/votes

You must register on this resource for voting.
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Any progress with getting on an exchange?

I think no block explorer = no exchange!

Maybe i'm wrong but it's the normal way!!

Most, if not all, CN coins are at a common explorer, http://chainradar.com, but INF8 is not included. I'll make a request in their thread, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=716980.msg8099996




Good news  Smiley


The dev of the joint CN block explorer chainradar.com answered me in a PM:

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Yes, I'm going to add INF-8 to the chainradar.com. But I don't know how much time can it take

On step at the time, but we are moving forward  Smiley Keep an eye both chainradar.com and devs thread.



Thank you! Let's wait for their next update.

Anyway our block explorer will be completed this week.
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Good news! Thanks
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Infinium-8 has been discussed in the thread named rpietila Altcoin Observer. I would like to reflect their opinion here.

Quote from: anonymous
Infinium-8 just released is the first cryptonote to have inflation but no other features

They have chosen an interesting inflation peramater
Block_reward = log2(difficulty) * 2^40

Essentially the block reward increases linearally with difficulty.
The inflation on this coin will still effectivally go to zero but not nearly as fast as those with only a fixed block reward like dogecoin.

log2 (2^x) = x

log10(10^x) = x

log2(10^x) = x / log10(2)

Thus we see that exponential growth (K^x) is converted to linear growth using a log of any base, not just logK. The base K is only a constant factor (as shown by the / log10(2)).

So they convert an assumed exponential growth in hashrate to a linear growth in nominal debasement rate.

Edit: they are increasing the nominal debasement rate, not decreasing it as most coins do. If the hashrate growth eventually slows, then the percentage rate of debasement must decline asymptotically towards 0,
This statement probably false since the power of computers is growing constantly - Infinium8

but early on the curve is much less favorable to early adopters and thus more fair and theoretically better for the network effects.

Edit#2: it rewards adding more hashrate to the system which is good for security. But a doubling of the hashrate at much higher nominal levels has a much less increase on nominal debasement, e.g. log(4) / log(2) = 2 and log(16) / log(8 ) = 1⅓.
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Hello, any fresh news for the end of this week?
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block explorer will be good and the updates are also necessary for the coin.
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The block explorer and the faucet are ready, as soon as the website will finished I'll upload them all together.

Thanks for waiting!
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We have now listed Infinium-8 on https://www.alt2bit.com - We look for the growth and success of this coin and cryptonote technology.

http://www.cointrendz.com/a2b.png

I have added this exchange to OP.
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Just a quick question ... 

I started solo mining INF8 last night - Win 7 64bit Phenom using 4 of my 6 cores, with infiniumd.exe and simplewallet.exe as described.  In about 18 hours, the infiniumd window shows 11 blocks found, but simplewallet says zero for both "balance" and "unlocked balance"  Huh

Is there any way I can check what has happened to the blocks found - surely, I should see some credits going to the address generated by simplewallet.exe, which is "inf8eXn6kxm2Rv92EGyjNmPDMWwTczPHdQjuaeah5QRu5kDiWC6a7KTADRnoifiMB1fmnHUqiqAUWep AJZTtotBQ57TwGsrfX1" ? 

By the way - it's an awfully long address, so be sure I copied and pasted it from the infinium.address.txt file in the folder, so I'm pretty sure no typo is involved!

Many thanks - looks like a great coin, if I ever see any!!!
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Just a quick question ... 

I started solo mining INF8 last night - Win 7 64bit Phenom using 4 of my 6 cores, with infiniumd.exe and simplewallet.exe as described.  In about 18 hours, the infiniumd window shows 11 blocks found, but simplewallet says zero for both "balance" and "unlocked balance"  Huh

Is there any way I can check what has happened to the blocks found - surely, I should see some credits going to the address generated by simplewallet.exe, which is "inf8eXn6kxm2Rv92EGyjNmPDMWwTczPHdQjuaeah5QRu5kDiWC6a7KTADRnoifiMB1fmnHUqiqAUWep AJZTtotBQ57TwGsrfX1" ? 

By the way - it's an awfully long address, so be sure I copied and pasted it from the infinium.address.txt file in the folder, so I'm pretty sure no typo is involved!

Many thanks - looks like a great coin, if I ever see any!!!

Blocks found, and blocks that YOU found are different things. If you found them they would show up in your simplewallet.exe. Just type refresh.

Shitcoins are never "undervalued"
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Just a quick question ... 

I started solo mining INF8 last night - Win 7 64bit Phenom using 4 of my 6 cores, with infiniumd.exe and simplewallet.exe as described.  In about 18 hours, the infiniumd window shows 11 blocks found, but simplewallet says zero for both "balance" and "unlocked balance"  Huh

Is there any way I can check what has happened to the blocks found - surely, I should see some credits going to the address generated by simplewallet.exe, which is "inf8eXn6kxm2Rv92EGyjNmPDMWwTczPHdQjuaeah5QRu5kDiWC6a7KTADRnoifiMB1fmnHUqiqAUWep AJZTtotBQ57TwGsrfX1" ? 

By the way - it's an awfully long address, so be sure I copied and pasted it from the infinium.address.txt file in the folder, so I'm pretty sure no typo is involved!

Many thanks - looks like a great coin, if I ever see any!!!

Blocks found, and blocks that YOU found are different things. If you found them they would show up in your simplewallet.exe. Just type refresh.

Ahhh !!!!   Just typed "refresh" in simplewallet; now it's showing a balance of 226   Grin
I didn't realize that the wallet didn't automatically update itself...  Maybe that little fact should be included somewhere in the instructions to cater for idiots like me.   Roll Eyes

Thank you, MinerMario !
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Just a quick question ... 

I started solo mining INF8 last night - Win 7 64bit Phenom using 4 of my 6 cores, with infiniumd.exe and simplewallet.exe as described.  In about 18 hours, the infiniumd window shows 11 blocks found, but simplewallet says zero for both "balance" and "unlocked balance"  Huh

Is there any way I can check what has happened to the blocks found - surely, I should see some credits going to the address generated by simplewallet.exe, which is "inf8eXn6kxm2Rv92EGyjNmPDMWwTczPHdQjuaeah5QRu5kDiWC6a7KTADRnoifiMB1fmnHUqiqAUWep AJZTtotBQ57TwGsrfX1" ? 

By the way - it's an awfully long address, so be sure I copied and pasted it from the infinium.address.txt file in the folder, so I'm pretty sure no typo is involved!

Many thanks - looks like a great coin, if I ever see any!!!

Blocks found, and blocks that YOU found are different things. If you found them they would show up in your simplewallet.exe. Just type refresh.

Ahhh !!!!   Just typed "refresh" in simplewallet; now it's showing a balance of 226   Grin
I didn't realize that the wallet didn't automatically update itself...  Maybe that little fact should be included somewhere in the instructions to cater for idiots like me.   Roll Eyes

Thank you, MinerMario !


I congratulate you! Also I'll try to make the automatic update feature.
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1 Inf8 = 0.000599 BTC

Data provided by the Alt2Bit exchange
https://www.alt2bit.com
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1 Inf8 = 0.000599 BTC

Data provided by the Alt2Bit exchange
https://www.alt2bit.com

that is not a bad start price, but we can do better than that!

also, what is format in simplewallet to transfer?

transfer amount address ?

not sure what mixin_count means?

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1 Inf8 = 0.000599 BTC

Data provided by the Alt2Bit exchange
https://www.alt2bit.com

that is not a bad start price, but we can do better than that!

also, what is format in simplewallet to transfer?

transfer amount address ?

not sure what mixin_count means?
mixin_count is a Cryptonote term used for the amount of different nodes the transactions goes through.. the higher the more anonymous the tx is.

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1 Inf8 = 0.000599 BTC

Data provided by the Alt2Bit exchange
https://www.alt2bit.com

that is not a bad start price, but we can do better than that!

also, what is format in simplewallet to transfer?

transfer amount address ?

not sure what mixin_count means?
mixin_count is a Cryptonote term used for the amount of different nodes the transactions goes through.. the higher the more anonymous the tx is.


thank you for the explanation =] worked for me, just wanted to make sure i understood it before i tried a transfer n lost it in deep space lol

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WTS 3k INF8 for 0.3 BTC

Pm if interested!

Thanks

(No one trading on www.alt2bit.com) Sad
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cmon guys! wake up! lets get this coin out there!

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I can't sync my wallet.
I start wallet, Nothing happened after 24h
Anny suggestion ?

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you have to run the daemon first. then when its synced, you start up the simplewallet.



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Daemon can't connect for me. http://infinium.xminingpool.com/ suggesting rather large payments. What's going on?
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The problem solved, you need to sync the wallet again. Remove all the wallet files except the keys files and run simplewallet.
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You can see a new pool in OP.

https://yaymining.com/infinium/
Total Pool Fee: 1%

upd
The Darktech pool was delisted.
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Daemon still can't connect.
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Daemon still can't connect.

Try to sync blockchain again. To do this, delete all files with blockchain. What's your OS?
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Win7 64bit. I don't see a blockchain.bin

this any use?

2014-Aug-18 11:39:07.757059 [P2P2]Selected peer: 1171499905255863880 83.212.122.
67:27854[white=1] last_seen: d30.h20.m6.s34
2014-Aug-18 11:39:07.761059 [P2P2]Connecting to 83.212.122.67:27854(white=1, las
t_seen: d30.h20.m6.s34)...
set_log 4set_log 02014-Aug-18 11:39:09.050188 [P2P2]Some problems at connect, me
ssage: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused i
t
2014-Aug-18 11:39:09.061189 [P2P2][sock 580] Socket destroyed without shutdown.
2014-Aug-18 11:39:09.067190 [P2P2][sock 580] Socket destroyed
2014-Aug-18 11:39:09.072190 [P2P2][0.0.0.0:0 OUT]~async_protocol_handler()
2014-Aug-18 11:39:09.078191 [P2P2][0.0.0.0:0 OUT]Connect failed to 83.212.122.67
:27854
2014-Aug-18 11:39:09.081191 [P2P2]Random connection index=0(x=3, max_index=17)
2014-Aug-18 11:39:09.083191 [P2P2]Random connection index=5(x=12, max_index=17)
2014-Aug-18 11:39:09.086192 [P2P2]Selected peer: 5776469411293052796 46.147.23.1
59:27854[white=1] last_seen: d30.h19.m19.s48
2014-Aug-18 11:39:09.091192 [P2P2]Connecting to 46.147.23.159:27854(white=1, las
t_seen: d30.h19.m19.s48)...

2014-Aug-18 11:39:12.246508 Read command: set_log 4set_log 0set_log -
use: set_log <log_level_number_0-4>
set2014-Aug-18 11:39:14.095692 [P2P2]Failed to connect to 46.147.23.159:27854, b
ecause of timeout (5000)
2014-Aug-18 11:39:14.103693 [P2P2][sock 18446744073709551615] Socket destroyed w
ithout shutdown.
2014-Aug-18 11:39:14.110694 [P2P2][sock 18446744073709551615] Socket destroyed
2014-Aug-18 11:39:14.116695 [P2P2][0.0.0.0:0 OUT]~async_protocol_handler()
2014-Aug-18 11:39:14.121695 [P2P2][0.0.0.0:0 OUT]Connect failed to 46.147.23.159
:27854
2014-Aug-18 11:39:14.127696 [P2P2]Random connection index=0(x=1, max_index=20)
2014-Aug-18 11:39:14.134696 [P2P2]Selected peer: 7601762639414213418 92.206.74.7
8:27854[white=0] last_seen: d30.h19.m19.s55
2014-Aug-18 11:39:14.143697 [P2P2]Connecting to 92.206.74.78:27854(white=0, last
_seen: d30.h19.m19.s55)...
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Win7 64bit. I don't see a blockchain.bin

this any use?

You can find blockchain here C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\infinium.
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August 18, 2014, 02:11:20 PM
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no blockchain.bin, but I backed up and removed all files in that folder and tried again. 110MB blocks.dat now re-created and 103kb blockindexes.dat.

Wallet now sync'd

Cheers
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August 18, 2014, 02:42:01 PM
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no blockchain.bin, but I backed up and removed all files in that folder and tried again. 110MB blocks.dat now re-created and 103kb blockindexes.dat.

Wallet now sync'd

Cheers

You're right, all the files contain blockchain. You need to close the daemon, delete them and then run the daemon once again. I've corrected the messages so that people could use my advice.

Please write here so I make sure the issue is sorted out.
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August 18, 2014, 03:22:32 PM
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Where is the blockchain located on ubuntu?
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August 18, 2014, 03:28:00 PM
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Where is the blockchain located on ubuntu?

You can find blockchain at the home directory. You need a folder called .infinium
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August 20, 2014, 12:32:15 AM
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WTS 2700 INF8 for 0.06 btc
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Transfer them to Alt2Bit and I will buy them.
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August 20, 2014, 02:43:45 PM
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Infinium: Could we have some more info about you / your development work history? The more info you give people, the more buy-in you will get. Also get more dev's on-board.. 1 person running the show isn't really promising (no offence)..
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Is there some place or thread except alt2bit where we can sell/trade Inf-8?
And what is the current price of the coin?
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August 20, 2014, 09:11:20 PM
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Wow, good news, Infinium-8 has been added to Minergate today! This will definitely increase both hashrate and visibility.

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Wow, good news, Infinium-8 has been added to Minergate today! This will definitely increase both hashrate and visibility.
Very nice! Now we can mine with AMD GPU miner Infinium-8 Coins!
One R9 280X ~400 H/Sec!
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August 21, 2014, 09:52:46 AM
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Cool features, good luck.
haha

you read all of that OP in 12 sec


So this is just a clone of XMR and BCN  and Ducknote , and Anon ,,, did i miss any

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Wow, good news, Infinium-8 has been added to Minergate today! This will definitely increase both hashrate and visibility.

Thank you, sir. Meet new updates from Minergate:

- Now you can mine Infinium-8;
- Enjoy new Minergate miner (new design & you can withdraw funds directly from miner).

Also you can use their block explorer https://minergate.com/blockchain/inf8/blocks.
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Is there some place or thread except alt2bit where we can sell/trade Inf-8?
And what is the current price of the coin?

Check price here https://www.alt2bit.com/. I also can do an OTC if the community considers this necessary.
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Wow, good news, Infinium-8 has been added to Minergate today! This will definitely increase both hashrate and visibility.
Very nice! Now we can mine with AMD GPU miner Infinium-8 Coins!
One R9 280X ~400 H/Sec!

What miner do you use for GPU?
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August 21, 2014, 07:52:28 PM
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Code:
Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds

Anyone else seeing this error? infiniumd.exe repeats this error ad infinitum. Fitting.
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Yes i have

2014-Aug-21 15:53:36.375412 [P2P8]Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds

it was down about 3 hours ago
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I have taken the pool offline at extrmeepool because the daemon is going all screwy.
keeps saying its reorganizing blocks.

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going back to duck  Undecided
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Wow, good news, Infinium-8 has been added to Minergate today! This will definitely increase both hashrate and visibility.
Very nice! Now we can mine with AMD GPU miner Infinium-8 Coins!
One R9 280X ~400 H/Sec!

What miner do you use for GPU?
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CryptoNote GPU Miner
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Wow, good news, Infinium-8 has been added to Minergate today! This will definitely increase both hashrate and visibility.
Very nice! Now we can mine with AMD GPU miner Infinium-8 Coins!
One R9 280X ~400 H/Sec!

What miner do you use for GPU?
Thanks

CryptoNote GPU Miner

Link?
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Wow, good news, Infinium-8 has been added to Minergate today! This will definitely increase both hashrate and visibility.
Very nice! Now we can mine with AMD GPU miner Infinium-8 Coins!
One R9 280X ~400 H/Sec!

What miner do you use for GPU?
Thanks

CryptoNote GPU Miner

Link?
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I can't post links here! Sorry.
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August 22, 2014, 05:50:24 AM
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is anyone able to sync daemon right now?

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is anyone able to sync daemon right now?

SYNCHRONIZATION started
2014-Aug-22 13:44:25.701029 [P2P4][108.174.150.28:27854 OUT] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Aug-22 13:44:25.703030 [P2P4]
**********************************************************************
You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.

Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon wi
th "exit" command or if you use "save" command.
Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.

Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
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August 22, 2014, 01:37:12 PM
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https://i.imgur.com/PHetOXf.png

different nodes reporting different top block.
something is weird

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https://i.imgur.com/PHetOXf.png

different nodes reporting different top block.
something is weird

yaymining.com/infinium , minergate.com reports blockchain height:30,090
my wallet too 30090
but infinium.xminingpool.com reports 29481 and inf8.extremepool.org not accessible for me now.

Fork?
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https://i.imgur.com/PHetOXf.png

different nodes reporting different top block.
something is weird

yaymining.com/infinium , minergate.com reports blockchain height:30,090
my wallet too 30090
but infinium.xminingpool.com reports 29481 and inf8.extremepool.org not accessible for me now.

Fork?

I was wondering if there was a fork as well.  I took Extremepool offline but the nodes are reporting different top blocks.

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Around that time I sent a transaction from one wallet to another and it never showed up. Guess those ~3800 are gone.
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Around that time I sent a transaction from one wallet to another and it never showed up. Guess those ~3800 are gone.
just delete you wallet file, NOT YOUR KEYS FILE, and resync it should show back up.

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Around that time I sent a transaction from one wallet to another and it never showed up. Guess those ~3800 are gone.
just delete you wallet file, NOT YOUR KEYS FILE, and resync it should show back up.

I was rebuilding wallet VM anyways, so that worked perfectly. Thanks
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This coin looks interesting, but seems nobody know this coin, the awareness is extremely low.
I wondering when will comment in this thread double.
Cryptonight is cool, but active dev is more important.
Hope this coin success.
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yes where is dev? this is a great coin, and no one knows about it! we need some promotion.

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https://twitter.com/Infinium8coin

who owns this? dev? want to pass it to someone?

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August 25, 2014, 08:32:40 AM
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The coin needs a more established exchange. Also,  the dev should offer miners and investors a roadmap for the future.

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Yes i have

2014-Aug-21 15:53:36.375412 [P2P8]Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds

it was down about 3 hours ago

I've fixed the error on the same day but I forgot to write here, sorry.
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https://twitter.com/Infinium8coin

who owns this? dev? want to pass it to someone?

This is not my account it's the work of cybersquatters, I guess.
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What's going on with the unconfirmed transactions?

There are 4 listed at the time of writing going back 5 days.
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I am still having issues with the pool server compiling from source.
anyone else have this issue?

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this is a great coin, and no one knows about it!
Hmm, looks like Monero fork because of some reason...  Roll Eyes

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Is there some place or thread except alt2bit where we can sell/trade Inf-8?
And what is the current price of the coin?

Check price here https://www.alt2bit.com/. I also can do an OTC if the community considers this necessary.

You can make OTC so people can offer coins for sale. alt2bit have no volume.
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Is there some place or thread except alt2bit where we can sell/trade Inf-8?
And what is the current price of the coin?

Check price here https://www.alt2bit.com/. I also can do an OTC if the community considers this necessary.

You can make OTC so people can offer coins for sale. alt2bit have no volume.

lets get this coin onto a real exchange guys

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Is there some place or thread except alt2bit where we can sell/trade Inf-8?
And what is the current price of the coin?

Check price here https://www.alt2bit.com/. I also can do an OTC if the community considers this necessary.

You can make OTC so people can offer coins for sale. alt2bit have no volume.

lets get this coin onto a real exchange guys

Solo mined this for awhile since I have some powerful CPUs, but don't see any forward movement. Anything on the radar? Anything to check back in on while I hold my bag?

Shitcoins are never "undervalued"
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so is this dead now?
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so is this dead now?

Ye its dead..
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http://www.infinium-8.org

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Isn't what makes bit/altcoins so valuable is that there is a finite supply of them? Having an Infinite coin supply means that that miners will be the one who suffer if the coin ever had to be pick up in trend.. In the future, the only people that would be able to mine it would be those that have a large amount of mining resources or mine with a large pool.
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The value of cryptocoins is derived from the level of encryption (that is, difficulty). It has nothing to do with the supply limit which is probably a technical issue. In the future, coins with limited supply will have a big problem - no one will have an interest in mining them because there will be no reward.

Isn't what makes bit/altcoins so valuable is that there is a finite supply of them? Having an Infinite coin supply means that that miners will be the one who suffer if the coin ever had to be pick up in trend.. In the future, the only people that would be able to mine it would be those that have a large amount of mining resources or mine with a large pool.
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so is this coin still alive?
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yes it's being mined and traded. it's the newest of cryptonote series. and in my opinion the most innovative coin till now, thought had been put into it

so is this coin still alive?
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Pools

Xmining Mining Pool http://infinium.xminingpool.com

- Only 1% commission;
- Most stable and powerful servers;
- Fast and responsive support;
- Based on the updated node-cryptonote-pool

Extreme Pool http://inf8.extremepool.org

- 1% fee
- Fast Payouts directly to your private wallet.
- Address Validation
- Variable Difficulty based on your individual CPU performance
- Verified Secure
- Servers hosted in our own Data Center, not hosted by an online 3rd party provider

Yaymining Pool https://yaymining.com/infinium/

- Total Pool Fee: 1%


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       Xmining Mining Pool http://infinium.xminingpool.com   
--->  Reward: 206758.6141
---> last payments amounts (205000.0000)   fee (50.0000)

       Extreme Pool http://inf8.extremepool.org 
---> Reward: 20.6759
---> last payments amounts (18.2000)  fee (0.0050)   

       Yaymining Pool https://yaymining.com/infinium/  ---> OFFLINE


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September 17, 2014, 09:14:50 PM
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I wonder who's reward is correct?

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    In blockchain from Minergates

Blockchain height = 53234
Coins emitted = 1.160 M
Difficulty = 459k
Network hashrate = 5.105 kH/s

   1160000 / 53234 = 21.79 Reward

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    In blockchain from Minergates

Blockchain height = 53234
Coins emitted = 1.160 M
Difficulty = 459k
Network hashrate = 5.105 kH/s

   1160000 / 53234 = 21.79 Reward
I was being sarcastic sorry.

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I was being sarcastic sorry.


 No problem, was a touch of attention to the dev to fix the info and for pool xminingpool fix the numbers.


Another thing, since I have you close there is a problem with your Inf8 pool payments?.

From the 9th are in pending balance.


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I was being sarcastic sorry.


 No problem, was a touch of attention to the dev to fix the info and for pool xminingpool fix the numbers.


Another thing, since I have you close there is a problem with your Inf8 pool payments?.

From the 9th are in pending balance.


Fixed, people mining with invalid address's still.

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Fixed, people mining with invalid address's still.

     OK, Thx, Mining again  Wink

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total coin?
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total coin?

   Here find more info

Quote from:  CryptoNote Forum (Infinium-8)
   Specifications

PoW algorithm: CryptoNight
Max supply: Infinite
Block reward: increasing with difficulty growth
Block time: 90 seconds
Difficulty: Retargets at every block

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Favorite coin so far. Sold. Mining now.
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Are we going to see good exchange in near future???
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October 06, 2014, 01:11:24 PM
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Are we going to see good exchange in near future???

Nope. This coin thread is dead. No one talking anything more than a month. So obviously this coin is dead.
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October 07, 2014, 01:05:41 PM
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Hello. I keep getting this error from: infiniumd.exe:
Code:
[P2P0]Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds
client version: infinium-win64-2014-07-18_15-55-13
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October 07, 2014, 01:26:08 PM
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This is a dead coin

The development also died
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October 07, 2014, 02:37:07 PM
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This is a dead coin

The development also died

yeah i agree
not yet but price is so low  Undecided
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October 15, 2014, 10:35:09 PM
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This is a dead coin

The development also died

yeah i agree
not yet but price is so low  Undecided

and where did you get the price? and whats the price?
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November 01, 2014, 07:53:23 PM
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Who wants to buy at the price of a coin INF8 0.0005 BTC for one unit?
Total for sale I have a 6623 INF8. Please pm me.
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November 04, 2014, 07:32:50 PM
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Who wants to buy at the price of a coin INF8 0.0005 BTC for one unit?
Total for sale I have a 6623 INF8. Please pm me.
Trade? I also have little coins.....
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Trade? I also have little coins.....
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Trade? I also have little coins.....
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Help with the sale! Will thank!
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Who wants to buy  a coin INF8 ?
Please pm me. Thanks
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November 09, 2014, 01:15:19 PM
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Peoples, please vote on https://askcoin.net/votes for INF8!
INF8 on 7th place!
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November 09, 2014, 03:11:17 PM
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INF8 0.00005 BTC for one unit?
Total for sale I have a 8000 INF8
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November 11, 2014, 04:41:19 PM
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first off! who has a peer that I can connect to. I've lost my p2pstate.bin
or can somebody give me his p2pstate.bin if their client is working?

and secondly I have like 20k coins for sale.
any serious offers pm me
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November 18, 2014, 03:45:50 PM
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How to compile Infinium-8 wallet under linux in static mode?
The souce code doesn't include makefile.unix file.
We cannot add INF8/BTC market.

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November 18, 2014, 08:09:02 PM
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How to compile Infinium-8 wallet under linux in static mode?
The souce code doesn't include makefile.unix file.
We cannot add INF8/BTC market.

sudo make
in the folder root inf8
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November 19, 2014, 11:04:21 AM
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How to compile Infinium-8 wallet under linux in static mode?
The souce code doesn't include makefile.unix file.
We cannot add INF8/BTC market.

sudo make
in the folder root inf8

What about static mode?

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November 19, 2014, 06:08:08 PM
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How to compile Infinium-8 wallet under linux in static mode?
The souce code doesn't include makefile.unix file.
We cannot add INF8/BTC market.

sudo make
in the folder root inf8

What about static mode?

this is not a bitcoin fork, its from the cryptonote family.
I see that you don't have any cryptonote coins on your exchange to begin with, so it will require some effort in order to implement it into your exchange, but once you do, you can add monero(XMR) which goes to like 300BTC volume in some days and ducknote(XDN), and the others.

also please note, that this coin has an anonimizing feature, therefore receiving payments will be done to a single address, but marked with payment id. check out poloniex, bittrex, hitbtc, they all have cryptonote coins in there.

now the second problem is getting the peers, the ones in the source code are no longer valid.
you will need to contact the users who voted for it and ask them to provide the p2pstate.bin file, which is found in the ~/.infinium folder or %APP_DATA%\infinium  on windows, I assume


you will need boost1.55 to compile it
you can compile it on ubuntu14, or well anything that has boost1.55, cmake etc... let me give you the commands to build it on ubuntu 14

apt-get install cmake libboost1.55-all-dev
^^ these are required

apt-get install build-essential
^^ you problably already have this one

apt-get install libssl-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev
 ^^ these ones may be for btc forks though


and then just go into the infinium folder and
make



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November 19, 2014, 07:36:10 PM
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Ask for  p2pstate.bin   https://minergate.com/a/6ed5da74246ecade
their wallet  works
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November 20, 2014, 12:21:33 PM
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What wasted vote? Sad Sad Sad
 Appears on the exchange?
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November 25, 2014, 07:02:47 PM
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Ask for  p2pstate.bin   https://minergate.com/a/6ed5da74246ecade
their wallet  works


GREAT! you're posting referral links. very helpful.
btw, I already asked them and got no answer

now, will anybody please help with the p2pstate.bin file

Thank you!
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November 25, 2014, 08:26:55 PM
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Ask for  p2pstate.bin   https://minergate.com/a/6ed5da74246ecade
their wallet  works


GREAT! you're posting referral links. very helpful.
btw, I already asked them and got no answer

now, will anybody please help with the p2pstate.bin file

Thank you!

Rename p2pstate.bin to p2pstate.old and launch daemon with following command:

./infiniumd --add-peer  176.9.47.243:8680 --add-peer  148.251.51.113:8680 --add-peer  216.119.175.110:27854 --add-peer  176.9.147.178:8680 --add-peer 71.12.170.103:27854 --add-peer 76.115.58.143:27854

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Rename p2pstate.bin to p2pstate.old and launch daemon with following command:

./infiniumd --add-peer  176.9.47.243:8680 --add-peer  148.251.51.113:8680 --add-peer  216.119.175.110:27854 --add-peer  176.9.147.178:8680 --add-peer 71.12.170.103:27854 --add-peer 76.115.58.143:27854



thanks! it works



Also, is there any word on alt2bit? I have some coins there
any other exchange maybe?

anyone buying? Roll EyesSmiley
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November 25, 2014, 10:33:06 PM
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What wasted vote? Sad Sad Sad
 Appears on the exchange?

they don't have cryptonote coins in there

where else to vote?
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November 25, 2014, 10:55:16 PM
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What wasted vote? Sad Sad Sad
 Appears on the exchange?

they don't have cryptonote coins in there

where else to vote?

These exchanges have already added cryptonote coins.  It's doubtful that any will list this coin since there is no dev or activity though.  Good luck.  Can't hurt to ask.

Poloniex
Bittrex
Bter
coin-swap.net
hitbtc.com
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November 26, 2014, 02:02:53 AM
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These exchanges have already added cryptonote coins.  It's doubtful that any will list this coin since there is no dev or activity though.  Good luck.  Can't hurt to ask.

Poloniex
Bittrex
Bter
coin-swap.net
hitbtc.com

I could take over the dev stuff.
Like for instance, put valid nodes in the source. And increase tx fee.

Any other ideas, you guys wanna see in this coin?

I mean it's a shame not to continue it now, it's on minergate, cryptonote website, had an exchange Smiley...
I can still see potential in it.

So go ahead, post some stuff in the thread, why let it die.... Anybody who voted on askcoin... drop a line here
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These exchanges have already added cryptonote coins.  It's doubtful that any will list this coin since there is no dev or activity though.  Good luck.