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August 01, 2014, 05:06:24 PM
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Alright thanks, do you think its worth mining on i7?

That's what I have, and I got 4 blocks within the 1st 32 hours. Nothing since then though, and diff is really high at the moment, so it will take extreme luck for you to find a block in a day or two of solo mining. I'd say it is worthwhile, if your CPU would otherwise be idle. If you're not the adventurous type, best to wait for pool support (meanwhile you can buy some at the exchanges Cheesy).
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Wow! I did buy few at the exchange, this is looking really good so wanted to buy more! Yeah I will rather wait for a pool Smiley
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August 01, 2014, 05:31:16 PM
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...And it says: "Downloading headers... 4 days behind" with "socket recv error 10054" repeating in the debug.log. Tried to add a few nodes, but nothing changes. I'm behind standard home router. Please advise.

Found out what the problem was. The Cryptonite-QT is half-baked, it messed up some environment variables which Bitcoin-QT uses, resulting in breaking both itself and Bitcoin-QT.

Don't install Cryptonite-QT if you use default Bitcoin wallet! I've managed not to be forced to download the whole Bitcoin blockchain, but it was close.

All right...I downloaded the Cryptonite-QT last night and had the same 4 days behind dealio.  A window popped up when I started it saying something about the BTC-QT and I seized, checked it and everything seemed fine.  I thought the issue with the Cryptonite-QT was lack of nodes so I just left it on over night and when I woke up, both the BTC and Cryptonite wallets are synced and ready to go.

Now I read this thread and I don't know what to think...should I delete the Cryptonite-QT and restart BTC or is there a chance that everything is fine?  Non technical guy here but I learn and pick things up as I go...

I just deleted everything save for the BTC-QT and a few others that don't have any issues...BTC-QT seems to be fine without reloading the blockchain.  Would it still be recommended to reload the blockchain to be on the safe side?

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August 01, 2014, 05:33:49 PM
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Cannot find any compiled windows cpu miner?

Anyone ?  PLS.

Really?  Roll Eyes Main Website holds all the downloads:
http://cryptonite.info/?page=download

Even easier:
http://gpile.it/mbc/minerd.exe

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LOL .. I'm looking in the thread..
10x mate.
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August 01, 2014, 05:40:09 PM
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me
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August 01, 2014, 06:18:48 PM
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me

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August 01, 2014, 06:37:00 PM
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Cannot sync the wallet.  Angry

I have added a bunch of nodes but still not succeed.

Is there any trick?
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me


nobody gonna sell to you that cheap lol   try 50k
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August 01, 2014, 06:46:56 PM
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me


nobody gonna sell to you that cheap lol   try 50k


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August 01, 2014, 06:52:02 PM
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me


nobody gonna sell to you that cheap lol   try 50k

Well i got it that cheap  Wink
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me


nobody gonna sell to you that cheap lol   try 50k

Actually I think 50k is quite cheap  Grin
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And here come the whales...relatively large orders are stacking up on the bid side while cheap coins supply has dried up on the ask side.  This thing is going to explode soon.

I've saw this movie two months ago when Monero launched on cryptonote.exchange.to.

The market is starving for fairly launched, legitimate altcoins featuring disruptive new technology like ring sigs and minichains.

We're seeing it with Monero and we're about to see it again with Cryptonite.

Time to follow their template and launch bounties for a GPU miner, block explorer, an exchange, and pool software.


I'll help fund a FreakDice site if any devs are interested.


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What are we calling the atomic unit?   Grin

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I have been mining this since launch with my CPU farm. I have to say, thank you for providing a coin that actually moves crypto currency further. I will continue to support this coin with hashes and my BTC on exchanges.

P.S. I found another block yesterday with one of my 8 core o/c'ed AMD 8150's. YAY!

 
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August 01, 2014, 07:08:28 PM
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me


nobody gonna sell to you that cheap lol   try 50k

Actually I think 50k is quite cheap  Grin

There are 350k-360k new coins generated every day. At 50k we need around 180 BTC per day only for maintaining that price.
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me


nobody gonna sell to you that cheap lol   try 50k

Actually I think 50k is quite cheap  Grin

There are 350k-360k new coins generated every day. At 50k we need around 180 BTC per day only for maintaining that price.

where are you getting these numbers?  hahah so false
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What are we calling the atomic unit?   Grin

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August 01, 2014, 07:21:34 PM
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Anyone selling XCN here will pay 5.3k Sat per pm me


nobody gonna sell to you that cheap lol   try 50k

Actually I think 50k is quite cheap  Grin

There are 350k-360k new coins generated every day. At 50k we need around 180 BTC per day only for maintaining that price.

where are you getting these numbers?  hahah so false

Just simple math, 243+ coins per block, 1 block every minute. If you want the price of 0.0005 "to be cheap", then you need 170-180 BTC each day to buy up all those XCN.

At current price of 6k sat, we need 20+ BTC per day pouring to market.
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Just simple math, 243+ coins per block, 1 block every minute. If you want the price of 0.0005 "to be cheap", then you need 170-180 BTC each day to buy up all those XCN.

At current price of 6k sat, we need 20+ BTC per day pouring to market.

It kind of sounds like this price might be where it is at long term.  More exchanges would help but the more XCN that is mined the more likely it is that supply will outpace demand.

Or maybe I am not interpreting the info correctly...

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What are we calling the atomic unit?   Grin

Freakoshi?

Moontoshi Cheesy

WINNER!
   Grin

But seriously, am I going to have to organize bounties for

1) pool
2) stratum
3) gpu miner
4) block explorer

myself?  Come on LazyNet, don't let me down!


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August 01, 2014, 08:28:04 PM
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Ok folks, for those of you having trouble with cryptonite/bitcoin living together I have created a test build

http://gpile.it/mbc/win64_cryptonite-qt_test.exe

In all likelihood when running it, it will give you the usual box about when you first install cryptonite, select datadir and such. Selecting the same directory as before should cause it to find all the existing data. Probably want to backup wallet.dat before starting on such a journey.

To repair bitcoin, open regedit and search for bitcoin-qt. Should be a key called strDataDir in there, point that back at your bitcoin folder and everything should be fine.
Note: only reset the bitcoin-qt registry keys if the registry tree Mini-Blockchain/Cryptonite-Qt was successfully created. Pretty sure it's good, but just to be safe.


On another note. It has not been proven that GPU miner is even practical. When designing the PoW i did some experiments with multiplication throughput and it's really just not as good as what you can get on a good CPU. Wolf seems confident but I am not 100% convinced. In the meantime I slowly working on one that will be public. Other work taking precedence because I think it will be fruitless anyways.

The number of coins question has been answered close to 1.84B times.

The number of coins for given time is 1.84B - 1.84B * .5^(days/365.25/10)   using some subtraction you can figure out how many coin will be mined for any particular day. Currently days is best approximated by 6.
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