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December 04, 2014, 04:36:47 PM
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Is there any profitability calculator out of there?

Have you considered to integrate this into a Torrent client? Including someking of Proof of Bandwith?

here:

https://bchain.info/BURST/tools/calculator

Great, thanks!
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December 04, 2014, 05:53:40 PM
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I also reseated the ram

It's always a problem when the ram stands up and needs to be forced to sit in the slots.
"Sit, RAM, sit!"

Dangerous times.

Why the frell so many retards spell "ect" as an abbreviation of "Et Cetera"? "ETC", DAMMIT! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Et_cetera

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December 04, 2014, 05:53:58 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?
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December 04, 2014, 05:58:30 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.
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December 04, 2014, 06:16:11 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now

and the asset are very profitable right now there are 64tb mining for the asset holder eventually 2048tb

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December 04, 2014, 06:21:52 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now

and the asset are very profitable right now there are 64tb mining for the asset holder eventually 2048tb

Is the bonus divided equally between miners? Can you provide a link to information on the asset? I'm not fully understanding it.
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December 04, 2014, 06:23:03 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now

and the asset are very profitable right now there are 64tb mining for the asset holder eventually 2048tb

Is the bonus divided equally between miners? Can you provide a link to information on the asset? I'm not fully understanding it.

not sure how the bonus will be devide but here is some info on the asset
http://asset.cryptomining.farm/#

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December 04, 2014, 06:29:48 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

same problem here...

all uray's pool are down

US, SG and EU

i was using SG

i hope he fix soon...

now are down da ten days and more!!!

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December 04, 2014, 06:30:45 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now

and the asset are very profitable right now there are 64tb mining for the asset holder eventually 2048tb

Is the bonus divided equally between miners? Can you provide a link to information on the asset? I'm not fully understanding it.

not sure how the bonus will be devide but here is some info on the asset
http://asset.cryptomining.farm/#

Seems like payments from the asset are made every 3 months. Do you know if that is indeed the case?
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December 04, 2014, 06:58:39 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now

and the asset are very profitable right now there are 64tb mining for the asset holder eventually 2048tb

Is the bonus divided equally between miners? Can you provide a link to information on the asset? I'm not fully understanding it.

not sure how the bonus will be devide but here is some info on the asset
http://asset.cryptomining.farm/#

Seems like payments from the asset are made every 3 months. Do you know if that is indeed the case?

no once a month on the 3rd...got my second payment a few days ago

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December 04, 2014, 08:13:26 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now

and the asset are very profitable right now there are 64tb mining for the asset holder eventually 2048tb

Is the bonus divided equally between miners? Can you provide a link to information on the asset? I'm not fully understanding it.

not sure how the bonus will be devide but here is some info on the asset
http://asset.cryptomining.farm/#

Seems like payments from the asset are made every 3 months. Do you know if that is indeed the case?

no once a month on the 3rd...got my second payment a few days ago

only 62 more miners before bonus

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December 04, 2014, 08:23:12 PM
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I and others have earlier talked about the possibility of creating community bounties to develop Burst even more (see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg9718639#msg9718639 for this).

My question is: Would anyone contribute to development a cloud-site mining site inspired by ieenMiners (see https://cloud.zenminer.com/signup/invite/0cdc0f6c224fb3c9bf09368b7b5f6326487ab708), where your donation will get you shares of the profits (minus dev-bounty)...? A site where you cab buy/sell Burst mining capacity as easily as you today can acquire and sell sha and scrypt GH/MH)?

Please let me hear what you think; PM's is ok PM too. Also see and respond in the bounty thread at burstforum: https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/possible-bounties-discussion-and-suggestions.329/

Thanks!

Right now there's my project (BLTPS) which uses Cloud Mining already and will also start paying investors sooner than expected.
It isn't HDD based, but who knows in the future!?

I think is a little too early to start talking about big investments in cloud infrastructure. I could even build a 1 PB server and start selling shares, but what would happen if, for some reason Burst fails? not only to me or the server, but also to the investors!?
It's not like I'm saying this shouldn't be done or Burst will fail! I'm one of those investing quite a lot, so don't misunderstand me.
I'm just saying that the risks linked to a new coin have to be weighted, that's why I've started with something on a small scale, able to scale up easily and "mutable" like BLTPS project is.

As far as the "site" way of distributing and promoting the initiative, let's just say that, concerning BLTPS, I'll be developing more features as the project scales up but right now I'm fine the way it is, because it is also showing an alternative ways of using the Asset Exchange embedded in Burst.


Great points Smiley Looking forward to see new features.

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December 04, 2014, 08:27:16 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now
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How will the bonus be payed out? Anyone knows?

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December 04, 2014, 08:29:07 PM
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Have you considered to integrate this into a Torrent client? Including someking of Proof of Bandwith?

Include what into a Torrent client...? I don't understand.

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December 04, 2014, 08:37:01 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now
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How will the bonus be payed out? Anyone knows?

I think @475 miners he will transfer it to the pool balance

1.1 million

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December 04, 2014, 08:47:36 PM
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Anyone else not showing updates on uray's pool for balances in their addresses?

I wish uray's pool would show how many blocks have gone by since the last one found like some of the other pools do. It's a give and take with each pool interface, uray allows individual address following, others don't. Burst.ga has the number of blocks since last found and all current shares, uray does not.

Also a thought, it would be nice if burstcoin.eu could implement a feature that showed best deadlines from all the various pools, so we can see who is hitting the deadlines.
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December 04, 2014, 10:21:38 PM
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Hi all, I am having an issue with wplotgenerator, I'm hoping someone is able to provide some advice.

I am plotting with an i7 4770k, I am able to reach 10,000-12,000 nonces/min without overclocking. My issue is that the plotter will start plotting in that range and then start dropping to 5,000 nonces/min, then 3,000 nonces/min, all the way down to around 700 nonces/min. This problem used to only happen once in a while but now I am having to restart the plotter every 20-30 minutes to stay in the 10k nonces/min range.

Has this happened to anyone else? Anyone find a way to keep it stable? I am running windows 8.
mine will not run for some reason

Are you getting any kind of error? What OS are you running. And do you have Java 7 installed? I had problems running Burst software with Java 8.

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staggers of 9+ crap out below that is just hammers using 2 mb ram lmao. il try java 7 and report back. thanks

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December 04, 2014, 10:21:57 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now
[---]

How will the bonus be payed out? Anyone knows?

I think @475 miners he will transfer it to the pool balance

1.1 million

50 more miner for the bonus

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December 04, 2014, 11:06:36 PM
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what happend with burst eu pool?

You mean uray's pool? It's apparently been down since block 41203 I think. Now I can't get it to load in my browser at all, just that green pinwheel thing going round and round.

I'm switching over to burst.ga until it's back online.

should consider http://cryptomining.farm/ big bonus at 475 miner...389 right now
[---]

How will the bonus be payed out? Anyone knows?

I think @475 miners he will transfer it to the pool balance

1.1 million

If that's true, it's pretty sick. The payouts will be massive.

Can you confirm, koko?

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December 04, 2014, 11:23:31 PM
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I also reseated the ram

It's always a problem when the ram stands up and needs to be forced to sit in the slots.
"Sit, RAM, sit!"

Dangerous times.

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