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Author Topic: [ANN][BURST] Burst | Efficient HDD Mining | New 1.2.3 Fork block 92000  (Read 2130284 times)
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December 08, 2014, 09:35:19 AM
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Question: Is there any light wallet? I am considering to write one. But I don’t want to re-invent wheel.
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December 08, 2014, 11:02:22 AM
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I wanna to buy some more hdd's and I'm looking for best (value/power) solution to how to connect them to my mainboard. I made some research but still don't know where should I go. Can I have any tips?

If you have free SATA-Ports on your motherboard I suggest WD Green 3TB or 4TB drives. They are cheap, fast and quite reliable. External USB3.0 Drives are also fine, just don't pick Intenso (had lots of problems with them).

All SATA ports are occupied, so I need additional SATA controller.
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December 08, 2014, 12:02:22 PM
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hi all!
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what miner work in solo?
can urayminer (https://github.com/uraymeiviar/burst-miner) work in solo?
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December 08, 2014, 12:10:08 PM
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I wanna to buy some more hdd's and I'm looking for best (value/power) solution to how to connect them to my mainboard. I made some research but still don't know where should I go. Can I have any tips?

u get more burst buying on exchange with the same amount of money u use to buy HDD. And u get all the burst immediately buying from exchange. Mining the same amount would probably take at least 8 months (take note that block reward reduce every month at the rate of 5%) if difficulty were to remain at this level. If difficulty goes up again next month , u are looking at 1 year or more. If burst were to go up to 1000 sat next month, your profit is not as much as buying from the exchange because u will only get the same amount of burst that u can buy 8 months later. And using the profit u gain from buying burst from exchange , u can use the money to buy even more HDD if u really want to mine. Mining is only good when the price is up. Right now a better option is to buy from exchange, profit from raising price , use the profit to buy more HDD and mine later, Price right now is cheap compare to buying HDD and mine. When price goes to 300-400 , u can start thinking about mining if difficulty remains at this level.

Yes, it's hard to say "no" in reply to your post. But I'm little bit addicted from mining. I sold out and still selling graphic cards from my GPU rigs and I want to buy some HDD.
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December 08, 2014, 12:49:30 PM
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Question: Is there any light wallet? I am considering to write one. But I don’t want to re-invent wheel.

I think there is no light wallet for burstcoin at the moment. Would be nice if you can write one!
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December 08, 2014, 12:58:36 PM
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Question: Is there any light wallet? I am considering to write one. But I don’t want to re-invent wheel.
I think there is no light wallet for burstcoin at the moment.

Hmm.. doesn't https://burstcoin.io/ a web-wallet ?

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December 08, 2014, 01:00:18 PM
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hi all!
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what miner work in solo?
can urayminer (https://github.com/uraymeiviar/burst-miner) work in solo?

If you'r on Windows, I would suggest Blago's version. Latest release is here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg9696842#msg9696842

Configuration for solo, you'll find in Blago's earlier posts.

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December 08, 2014, 01:00:56 PM
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Question: Is there any light wallet? I am considering to write one. But I don’t want to re-invent wheel.
I think there is no light wallet for burstcoin at the moment.

Hmm.. doesn't https://burstcoin.io/ a web-wallet ?

In deed it is.


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December 08, 2014, 01:11:37 PM
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Question: Is there any light wallet? I am considering to write one. But I don’t want to re-invent wheel.
I think there is no light wallet for burstcoin at the moment.

Hmm.. doesn't https://burstcoin.io/ a web-wallet ?

In deed it is.


The difference between web and light wallet is, that with light wallet the password stays on your computer.
I am thinking about possibility to have "cold storage" option - signing transactions with offline computer.
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December 08, 2014, 01:18:47 PM
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hi all!
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what miner work in solo?
can urayminer (https://github.com/uraymeiviar/burst-miner) work in solo?

If you'r on Windows, I would suggest Blago's version. Latest release is here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg9696842#msg9696842

Configuration for solo, you'll find in Blago's earlier posts.

Thank you.
I need miner for linux.
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December 08, 2014, 01:41:58 PM
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burst is based on nxt
would be enough a dev who is familiar with the operation of NXTCoin and you're done.
But the right question to me is:

we need a clone of burstcoin?

 Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool

The clone of burst will bring more attention to burst. Just like first clone of litecoin , first clone of dark coin (anon coin) , etc. Especially so if the clone is a scam coin. They can clone the coin but they can't clone the developer.

this is another interesting point of view.

They can clone the coin but they can't clone the developer.

sure... burst dev is hard worker and skilled.

but there could be dev anyway capable of introducing a clone burst, with new interesting features.
the optimum would be that the two people collaborate to let burst grow!!!
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December 08, 2014, 02:19:53 PM
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hi all!
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what miner work in solo?
can urayminer (https://github.com/uraymeiviar/burst-miner) work in solo?

If you'r on Windows, I would suggest Blago's version. Latest release is here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg9696842#msg9696842

Configuration for solo, you'll find in Blago's earlier posts.

Thank you.
I need miner for linux.
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dcct's miner for linux and solo

Relax, I’m russian!...
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December 08, 2014, 02:29:13 PM
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I wanna to buy some more hdd's and I'm looking for best (value/power) solution to how to connect them to my mainboard. I made some research but still don't know where should I go. Can I have any tips?

u get more burst buying on exchange with the same amount of money u use to buy HDD. And u get all the burst immediately buying from exchange. Mining the same amount would probably take at least 8 months (take note that block reward reduce every month at the rate of 5%) if difficulty were to remain at this level. If difficulty goes up again next month , u are looking at 1 year or more. If burst were to go up to 1000 sat next month, your profit is not as much as buying from the exchange because u will only get the same amount of burst that u can buy 8 months later. And using the profit u gain from buying burst from exchange , u can use the money to buy even more HDD if u really want to mine. Mining is only good when the price is up. Right now a better option is to buy from exchange, profit from raising price , use the profit to buy more HDD and mine later, Price right now is cheap compare to buying HDD and mine. When price goes to 300-400 , u can start thinking about mining if difficulty remains at this level.

Yes, it's hard to say "no" in reply to your post. But I'm little bit addicted from mining. I sold out and still selling graphic cards from my GPU rigs and I want to buy some HDD.

That was what i did. I sold all my Nvidia GTX 750 ti GPU to buy HDD.

I use my GPU mining rig and turn it into HDD mining rig , save a lot on motherboard , PSU , etc. I join mining at late 10k reward. After price pump from 1k back to around 300-400. It was pretty good.

I have already break even (actually i already break even my GPU , therefore my HDD is actually free considering i sell GPU for HDD but anyway if i were to buy with cash i still breakeven anyway) because i join early when reward was high and difficulty was low. If u ask me to buy HDD to mine right now i will think twice , even if its selling GPU for HDD.

The risk to reward ratio is very low for mining now. Couple of months back the risk to reward ratio is really good. Buy and mine without thinking twice.
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December 08, 2014, 03:32:13 PM
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network capacity keeps oscillating, also I am surprised but blame exchange arbitrage "bots" on the market price situation given expensive magnetic storage, continuous reduction of coin supply and rising difficulty level (even with the oscillations which gives some breathing room to the miners but not that much) so something definitely is going to happen

on the comment above, this is one brave commitment to unload GPU such as 750 TI's for disk storage but I understand need to cut energy costs, I am sure many are contemplating this as with internal disks and USB one can really slash electricity bill

also hopefully people involved with the supernet are watching this thread as they could incorporate BURST into their suite as unique POS solution

new upcoming awesome coin

the Gulden Coin: GKWHEPx3rQyPnbgQUSHu8gtgoRCgpqed1j
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December 08, 2014, 03:39:20 PM
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network capacity keeps oscillating, also I am surprised but blame exchange arbitrage "bots" on the market price situation given expensive magnetic storage, continuous reduction of coin supply and rising difficulty level (even with the oscillations which gives some breathing room to the miners but not that much) so something definitely is going to happen

on the comment above, this is one brave commitment to unload GPU such as 750 TI's for disk storage but I understand need to cut energy costs, I am sure many are contemplating this as with internal disks and USB one can really slash electricity bill

also hopefully people involved with the supernet are watching this thread as they could incorporate BURST into their suite as unique POS solution

Its nothing brave. GPU mining is dying during that period of time , it's either i sold all and quit crypto or i take a risk mining HDD. In whichever case , i will sell my GPU because margin is very low and low BTC price make it worst because cash is needed to pay for electricity every month. For burst , i don't even need to sell to pay for electricity , i can afford to pay for it since it's not a big sum.
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December 08, 2014, 03:52:28 PM
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network capacity keeps oscillating, also I am surprised but blame exchange arbitrage "bots" on the market price situation given expensive magnetic storage, continuous reduction of coin supply and rising difficulty level (even with the oscillations which gives some breathing room to the miners but not that much) so something definitely is going to happen

on the comment above, this is one brave commitment to unload GPU such as 750 TI's for disk storage but I understand need to cut energy costs, I am sure many are contemplating this as with internal disks and USB one can really slash electricity bill

also hopefully people involved with the supernet are watching this thread as they could incorporate BURST into their suite as unique POS solution

Its nothing brave. GPU mining is dying during that period of time , it's either i sold all and quit crypto or i take a risk mining HDD. In whichever case , i will sell my GPU because margin is very low and low BTC price make it worst because cash is needed to pay for electricity every month. For burst , i don't even need to sell to pay for electricity , i can afford to pay for it since it's not a big sum.

I read you is just 750 is such a great card but I understand Cool

new upcoming awesome coin

the Gulden Coin: GKWHEPx3rQyPnbgQUSHu8gtgoRCgpqed1j
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December 08, 2014, 04:43:47 PM
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added RUS thread https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/blagos-miner.364/

Relax, I’m russian!...
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December 08, 2014, 04:58:17 PM
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Question: Is there any light wallet? I am considering to write one. But I don’t want to re-invent wheel.
I think there is no light wallet for burstcoin at the moment.

Hmm.. doesn't https://burstcoin.io/ a web-wallet ?

In deed it is.


The difference between web and light wallet is, that with light wallet the password stays on your computer.

I am thinking about possibility to have "cold storage" option - signing transactions with offline computer.


I've several, what could be viewed as, cold wallets. I have a computer rarely used but freshly installed; with thumb-stick drive I move a copy of the wallet to this computer. After plugging it in to the network, I basically do three things:
1) Create a new wallet with a complex and very long password using the screen keyboard in Windows
2) From one of my live wallets, I make a transaction to the new account, making a note of the address only
3) After writing down the password on paper, I make an outgoing transaction to my live wallet to secure the new "cold" wallet and disconnect from the web.

When done, I regularly send funds to these accounts, but I never log in to them from a computer that's on the Internet all the time. Through a blockexplorer or a hot wallet, I can easily check that no funds have not been transfered out from my "cold" accounts whenever I want.

That's about as "cold" I've managed to get my accounts.

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December 08, 2014, 05:30:29 PM
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I wanna to buy some more hdd's and I'm looking for best (value/power) solution to how to connect them to my mainboard. I made some research but still don't know where should I go. Can I have any tips?

If you have free SATA-Ports on your motherboard I suggest WD Green 3TB or 4TB drives. They are cheap, fast and quite reliable. External USB3.0 Drives are also fine, just don't pick Intenso (had lots of problems with them).

All SATA ports are occupied, so I need additional SATA controller.

i bought a controller with 2x internal SATA and 2x USB3 , for two of my 3 pc's.  it was PCIe and it was dirt cheap. I used the internal extra SATA ports to put online some old disks i had lying around, and the external USB ports were used for 4TB intenso and seagate disks.  You want to verify that you have an extra PCIe slot before going that route..
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December 08, 2014, 08:16:08 PM
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The difference between web and light wallet is, that with light wallet the password stays on your computer.
I am thinking about possibility to have "cold storage" option - signing transactions with offline computer.

Both options ("password stays on your computer in you browser" & "cold storage" aka "Public Key with first tx") have already been implemented in standard Burst wallet.

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