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August 10, 2014, 03:51:13 PM
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"A private GPU miner is equivalent to a pre-mine going backwards in time" -  Satoshi Einstein

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August 10, 2014, 03:58:31 PM
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The -resyn went on smoothly until it is stuck at 'Downloading headers.. 6 days behind'.  It has been 6 hours since it stuck there.  The debug log says:
Upload your debug.log file to mega or something so we can take a look at it.

Thanks for the offer to help.  I succeeded in restoring my wallet by deleting everything (but first backup the wallet) and then replace the newly generated wallet with my backup wallet. The blocks are newly downloaded.

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August 10, 2014, 06:39:49 PM
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We need AMD miner to spread hash.

But I hate OpenCL... well, writing it, at least. Sad

Why do you hate it, it's just C without pointers :-)

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August 10, 2014, 06:44:05 PM
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We need AMD miner to spread hash.

But I hate OpenCL... well, writing it, at least. Sad

Why do you hate it, it's just C without pointers :-)

What? OpenCL has pointers...

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August 10, 2014, 07:15:18 PM
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I would guess wanting to be a bit less conspicuous, probably to sell off some of them at some point without huge front running (ie. everyone sees coins from the big wallet finally move and sells ahead of him).

If the intent is to keep them very long term (like Satoshi's Bitcoins) then I see no purpose for moving them.


the market doesnt seem to like it.  downward pressure right now

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August 10, 2014, 07:24:22 PM
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We need AMD miner to spread hash.

But I hate OpenCL... well, writing it, at least. Sad

Why do you hate it, it's just C without pointers :-)

What? OpenCL has pointers...

You didn't answer the question :-)

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August 10, 2014, 07:27:48 PM
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We need AMD miner to spread hash.

But I hate OpenCL... well, writing it, at least. Sad

Why do you hate it, it's just C without pointers :-)

What? OpenCL has pointers...

You didn't answer the question :-)

I hate it because it makes you call a dozen functions with a billion arguments each just to launch a damned kernel.

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August 10, 2014, 08:30:56 PM
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The -resyn went on smoothly until it is stuck at 'Downloading headers.. 6 days behind'.  It has been 6 hours since it stuck there.  The debug log says:
Upload your debug.log file to mega or something so we can take a look at it.

Thanks for the offer to help.  I succeeded in restoring my wallet by deleting everything (but first backup the wallet) and then replace the newly generated wallet with my backup wallet. The blocks are newly downloaded.


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August 10, 2014, 11:37:16 PM
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I think catia and I are both stalled for the time being, so I took the time to run tests, not just checking local hashrate, but at 1GH as well.

https://ottrbutt.com/tmp/xcncatia750ti.png vs. https://ottrbutt.com/tmp/xcnwolf750ti.png

Catia's showed around 3970, while pulling about 3900 at 1GH. My displayed hashrate varied somewhat, even hitting 4700+ at one point in the screenshot, but the pool shows 4200, which I believe is accurate.

Taking the displayed hashrates from 1GH: (4200 - 3900) / 3900 * 100 =  ~7.70% difference.

EDIT: Of course, I get an idea soon after I say that. Turns out, it wasn't a bad one:

https://ottrbutt.com/tmp/xcnwolf750ti2.png

So it's now: (4350 - 3900) / 3900 * 100 = ~11.54% difference.

I need more ideas.

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August 11, 2014, 03:59:19 AM
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Well the switch seems to have gone rather smoothly, I'm not seeing many issues, and we are now fully operating in "pruned mode", meaning any new node that joins the network will only need to download the last weeks worth of blocks (10k blocks) in order to sync and become a full node. Of course they also need to download the "account tree", but that's still 136kB in size and is expected to grow very slowly.

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August 11, 2014, 05:59:53 AM
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Is there a development roadmap out yet? Would be very interesting to see where this is heading!

I think Monero (XMR) is very interesting.
https://moneroeconomy.com/faq/why-monero-matters
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August 11, 2014, 06:08:00 AM
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Seeing a solid base form at 1350-1375 sat.

The successful switch to pruned mode is an important milestone.

The current price is a bit below my initial target of 1500, but that ended up being pretty close. I can definitely see upside from here and I'm a buyer at these prices.

The big early miner with 550k coins and unknown intentions is still an overhang but I don't see a huge risk of dumping, especially with the coin at current low prices and showing a lot of promise. Dumping the 550k at this price would only yield about 7 BTC. Whoever went to the trouble of mining all those blocks right away probably would like more than 7 BTC to show for it (and notably didn't sell even at 10k).

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August 11, 2014, 08:10:17 AM
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where is cgminrer download?? Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh  i have 270X  AMD

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August 11, 2014, 08:16:27 AM
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where is cgminrer download?? Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh  i have 270X  AMD

You can't mine with AMD yet.

I think Monero (XMR) is very interesting.
https://moneroeconomy.com/faq/why-monero-matters
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August 11, 2014, 08:38:20 AM
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Well the switch seems to have gone rather smoothly, I'm not seeing many issues, and we are now fully operating in "pruned mode", meaning any new node that joins the network will only need to download the last weeks worth of blocks (10k blocks) in order to sync and become a full node. Of course they also need to download the "account tree", but that's still 136kB in size and is expected to grow very slowly.
I used to think this coin is a scam new algo coin cuz it first get onto chinese platform.
But seems your team are most excellent developers.
Maybe it's a experimental coin, but it's a coin to teach what we should to do, to concern.
We need more coins like this one with new innovations, time to get rid of the x days mining pos coins!



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August 11, 2014, 08:39:34 AM
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Seeing a solid base form at 1350-1375 sat.

The successful switch to pruned mode is an important milestone.

The current price is a bit below my initial target of 1500, but that ended up being pretty close. I can definitely see upside from here and I'm a buyer at these prices.

The big early miner with 550k coins and unknown intentions is still an overhang but I don't see a huge risk of dumping, especially with the coin at current low prices and showing a lot of promise. Dumping the 550k at this price would only yield about 7 BTC. Whoever went to the trouble of mining all those blocks right away probably would like more than 7 BTC to show for it (and notably didn't sell even at 10k).

Good analysis smooth.  I've been buying all the way down.

By coincidence, we bounced off the 1375 floor at the same time pruning hit.

What's the next Big Ticket item for the ecosystem?  Dice?  Point of Sale?  Local merchant acceptance?  Dice would show off XCN's speed and dust/spam/bloat-proof characteristics very well.  Do we need a CryptoNiteClub next to the Bitcoin Embassy and Monero Hotel?   Cheesy

What about canonical pizza?  I'll pay 10,000 XCN for a large with green olives and pineapple.



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August 11, 2014, 08:46:01 AM
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Seeing a solid base form at 1350-1375 sat.

The successful switch to pruned mode is an important milestone.

The current price is a bit below my initial target of 1500, but that ended up being pretty close. I can definitely see upside from here and I'm a buyer at these prices.

The big early miner with 550k coins and unknown intentions is still an overhang but I don't see a huge risk of dumping, especially with the coin at current low prices and showing a lot of promise. Dumping the 550k at this price would only yield about 7 BTC. Whoever went to the trouble of mining all those blocks right away probably would like more than 7 BTC to show for it (and notably didn't sell even at 10k).

Good analysis smooth.  I've been buying all the way down.

By coincidence, we bounced off the 1375 floor at the same time pruning hit.

What's the next Big Ticket item for the ecosystem?  Dice?  Point of Sale?  Local merchant acceptance?  Dice would show off XCN's speed and dust/spam/bloat-proof characteristics very well.  Do we need a CryptoNiteClub next to the Bitcoin Embassy and Monero Hotel?   Cheesy

What about canonical pizza?  I'll pay 10,000 XCN for a large with green olives and pineapple.



A j-d clone is the best I think. The investment feature is what really gets things going. I think doge-dice basically made dogecoin.

I think Monero (XMR) is very interesting.
https://moneroeconomy.com/faq/why-monero-matters
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August 11, 2014, 08:48:12 AM
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Seeing a solid base form at 1350-1375 sat.

The successful switch to pruned mode is an important milestone.

The current price is a bit below my initial target of 1500, but that ended up being pretty close. I can definitely see upside from here and I'm a buyer at these prices.

The big early miner with 550k coins and unknown intentions is still an overhang but I don't see a huge risk of dumping, especially with the coin at current low prices and showing a lot of promise. Dumping the 550k at this price would only yield about 7 BTC. Whoever went to the trouble of mining all those blocks right away probably would like more than 7 BTC to show for it (and notably didn't sell even at 10k).

Good analysis smooth.  I've been buying all the way down.

By coincidence, we bounced off the 1375 floor at the same time pruning hit.

What's the next Big Ticket item for the ecosystem?  Dice?  Point of Sale?  Local merchant acceptance?  Dice would show off XCN's speed and dust/spam/bloat-proof characteristics very well.  Do we need a CryptoNiteClub next to the Bitcoin Embassy and Monero Hotel?   Cheesy

What about canonical pizza?  I'll pay 10,000 XCN for a large with green olives and pineapple.


Though you are a "hero member" you seem to be new to the crypto economy. As if people care about the "next big ticket item" in crypto  jking Wink They only care how much it can be pumped to Tongue

Disclaimer: bought a load at 1400 Wink
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August 11, 2014, 09:04:02 AM
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Seeing a solid base form at 1350-1375 sat.

The successful switch to pruned mode is an important milestone.

The current price is a bit below my initial target of 1500, but that ended up being pretty close. I can definitely see upside from here and I'm a buyer at these prices.

The big early miner with 550k coins and unknown intentions is still an overhang but I don't see a huge risk of dumping, especially with the coin at current low prices and showing a lot of promise. Dumping the 550k at this price would only yield about 7 BTC. Whoever went to the trouble of mining all those blocks right away probably would like more than 7 BTC to show for it (and notably didn't sell even at 10k).

Good analysis smooth.  I've been buying all the way down.

By coincidence, we bounced off the 1375 floor at the same time pruning hit.

What's the next Big Ticket item for the ecosystem?  Dice?  Point of Sale?  Local merchant acceptance?  Dice would show off XCN's speed and dust/spam/bloat-proof characteristics very well.  Do we need a CryptoNiteClub next to the Bitcoin Embassy and Monero Hotel?   Cheesy

What about canonical pizza?  I'll pay 10,000 XCN for a large with green olives and pineapple.


Though you are a "hero member" you seem to be new to the crypto economy. As if people care about the "next big ticket item" in crypto. They only care how much it can be pumped to Tongue

Disclaimer: bought a load at 1400 Wink

Yes, it seems we are reaching a nice bottom.  The nice 1400 figure may not be there for long.  Good catch.  Smiley

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August 11, 2014, 09:18:27 AM
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Well the switch seems to have gone rather smoothly, I'm not seeing many issues, and we are now fully operating in "pruned mode", meaning any new node that joins the network will only need to download the last weeks worth of blocks (10k blocks) in order to sync and become a full node. Of course they also need to download the "account tree", but that's still 136kB in size and is expected to grow very slowly.
I used to think this coin is a scam new algo coin cuz it first get onto chinese platform.
But seems your team are most excellent developers.
Maybe it's a experimental coin, but it's a coin to teach what we should to do, to concern.
We need more coins like this one with new innovations, time to get rid of the x days mining pos coins!


Agreed - I didn't think much of this coin at first, but after seeing catia's work on the GPU miner, I think it might go somewhere.

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