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Author Topic: [ANN][BURST] Burst | Efficient HDD Mining | New 1.2.3 Fork block 92000  (Read 2130410 times)
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December 18, 2014, 12:01:18 AM
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I think that is not a good idea, because if they public key are not registred in the network, those accounts are really unsafe, and we make a donation to the thiefs that looks for that kind of accoutns.



Can somebody explain why are accounts with no public key unsafe? Its because possible password collision?

Yes, there are infinite passwords that lead to same BURST address ... (thats not really a collision) ... to bind the address to your password a incomming transaction with your public key is needed, after that only your password will work, all others will cause a exception ... that the address is already taken.

PS: you can make a incomming transaction without public key, will work, but wallet will be accessible with all passwords that lead to this address, until you make a outgoing transaction.

so the address protocol is different from btc?
i cant send my money to offline generated wallet, or u are saying its unsafe?
( i hate nxt a dont even care to find out how it works, and quite lost my interest on this one as well.)

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December 18, 2014, 12:15:09 AM
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I never understood why NXT went with 64 bit addresses. They're still long enough that you have to copy and paste them, but they're significantly less secure than bitcoin's 160 bit addresses. This is an unfortunately part of NXT that Burst has inherited.

If it were up to me, I would transition Burst addresses to standard 160 bit scheme used by most other crypto-currencies. I'd also change the account system to discourage address re-use rather than encouraging it. This is better for user privacy, and more resilient against the advent of quantum computers.
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December 18, 2014, 01:37:47 AM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.

For f*cks sake, answer the damn questions you have gotten several times!

1) Which members have checked it?
2) Where is the source?
and 3) Why the hell do you want us to use that miner...?

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December 18, 2014, 01:43:36 AM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.

For f*cks sake, answer the damn questions you have gotten several times!

1) Which members have checked it?
2) Were is the source?
and 3) Why the hell do you want us to use that miner...?

Why are you talking like that? Use the search option for gods sake, meanwhile I quoted the comment from wmikrut 2(!) times already! It was posted on Burstforum initially, so please get over there and search. Feel free to use any miner you want, but this is the only one that does not cause RAM problems for me. YOU sir may also disregard my posts at ANY time!
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December 18, 2014, 01:51:22 AM
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I never understood why NXT went with 64 bit addresses. They're still long enough that you have to copy and paste them, but they're significantly less secure than bitcoin's 160 bit addresses. This is an unfortunately part of NXT that Burst has inherited.

If it were up to me, I would transition Burst addresses to standard 160 bit scheme used by most other crypto-currencies. I'd also change the account system to discourage address re-use rather than encouraging it. This is better for user privacy, and more resilient against the advent of quantum computers.

I would use a longer wallet address, agreed.

But I love Nxt's RS wallet address.  It's a great idea to somewhat protect users against copy and paste mistakes and that kind of thing.  Which their wallet address does.

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December 18, 2014, 02:17:14 AM
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Anyone know how often the block reward decreases in terms of blocks? (As opposed to once per month)

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December 18, 2014, 02:49:19 AM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

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December 18, 2014, 02:53:47 AM
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Anyone know how often the block reward decreases in terms of blocks? (As opposed to once per month)

Didn't dev wright that early on? I'll check

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December 18, 2014, 03:39:09 AM
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Anyone know how often the block reward decreases in terms of blocks? (As opposed to once per month)

Didn't dev wright that early on? I'll check

Thanks burstcoin and mmmaybe who've both told me that it's Block #10800 for anyone else who is curious.

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December 18, 2014, 07:45:28 AM
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Hello,
After some struggling, I *think* i'm finally mining.
However, after running the miner for 24h with a 800 gb plot (i'll create more once I know its actually working) I have yet to see any payouts from the burst.ga pool.
Is this normal? Is there any way I can ensure I'm actually mining and that everything is properly working?
My miner window gets these messages every now and then too (connect function failed with error: 10060).
 
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December 18, 2014, 09:21:18 AM
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Anyone know how often the block reward decreases in terms of blocks? (As opposed to once per month)
Reward -5% every 10800 blocks.

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December 18, 2014, 09:27:59 AM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

NOT by you that's for sure, I even quoted the comment 2(!) times for YOU *facepalm*
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December 18, 2014, 09:33:05 AM
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If you have problems with RAM performance use Runaurufu Burst Miner, change pool and directories in configuration.xml to fit your needs - tool has been checked by forum members and is clean - using it myself long time already.
NO, it hasn't been vetted!!!

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/19a7ccd3db1e95d6721912f0eebe5567c847391b78a05fa4a1978f69408369fb/analysis/1418895099/ now go and troll yourself FakeAccount  Cool
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December 18, 2014, 09:35:50 AM
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I would really like to put my few coins on a paper wallet. Is there a service?

You could just print your passphrase to paper. Maybe as QR-code.


Yeah, but might be a thing we could make a bit good locking and user-friendly, like bitcoinpaperwallet.com? Which coins offer paper wallets, btw?

I, of course, only use brain wallets. Every day is exiting wheather you lost your coins or not Wink

I agree, it should be user friendly and bit good looking. Othervise it is just an piece of paper that could get lost easily between other boring paper. Tongue

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December 18, 2014, 09:39:59 AM
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Man, im almost back to the burst world, just a couple more days.

All our assets will be paid out and updated in a few days. I'm in a region with crappy internet and only my phone, so haven't been able to do much. I have been buying bust for bytegear, and will do hard invest payout soon. Won't sell any more though, because we want to get rid of it, but we will give current owners real nice benefits. But more on that later.

Are any news?

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December 18, 2014, 09:44:46 AM
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What is current burst diff ? Is it grow to the moon ? I have very little payment froma uary eu pool compare to last week. Is it pool problems or network diff ?
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December 18, 2014, 10:41:47 AM
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what is the problem with tompool?

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December 18, 2014, 11:19:35 AM
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I never understood why NXT went with 64 bit addresses. They're still long enough that you have to copy and paste them, but they're significantly less secure than bitcoin's 160 bit addresses. This is an unfortunately part of NXT that Burst has inherited.

If it were up to me, I would transition Burst addresses to standard 160 bit scheme used by most other crypto-currencies. I'd also change the account system to discourage address re-use rather than encouraging it. This is better for user privacy, and more resilient against the advent of quantum computers.

I would use a longer wallet address, agreed.

But I love Nxt's RS wallet address.  It's a great idea to somewhat protect users against copy and paste mistakes and that kind of thing.  Which their wallet address does.

Bitcoin-style addresses are also hardened against copy/paste errors. The last 4 characters are a checksum, so any missing or mis-typed characters will be detected. They don't do error-correction, like NXT-style Reed-Soloman addresses do, but that's completely unnecessary in my opinion - error detection is sufficient.
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December 18, 2014, 11:51:57 AM
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I suggest using checksums of reference plot-files to verify results of different plot-making software and drivers (OpenCL versions).

Some conditions:
- different AccountIDs (and it`s sizes);
- different startNonces;
- different fileSizes;
- with/without staggering.

Sample-files MD5 checksums (download files here: https://yadi.sk/d/Qt4I7lRldTfHP):
8013d20e24e577bdd1f675de9ed832bd   1234567890_0_1024_1024
1a7b3998b0a5d5e836a727c931330c34   9876543210_1024_4096_1024
443aa638290a85485ebef7db9af8aa4e   12345678901234567890_1048576_65536_1024
005ba57308ddaace41fadc529962f4ba   987654321987654321_1073741824_65536_65536

Somebody please check that data.

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December 18, 2014, 02:22:27 PM
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I suggest using checksums of reference plot-files to verify results of different plot-making software and drivers (OpenCL versions).

Some conditions:
- different AccountIDs (and it`s sizes);
- different startNonces;
- different fileSizes;
- with/without staggering.

Sample-files MD5 checksums (download files here: https://yadi.sk/d/Qt4I7lRldTfHP):
8013d20e24e577bdd1f675de9ed832bd   1234567890_0_1024_1024
1a7b3998b0a5d5e836a727c931330c34   9876543210_1024_4096_1024
443aa638290a85485ebef7db9af8aa4e   12345678901234567890_1048576_65536_1024
005ba57308ddaace41fadc529962f4ba   987654321987654321_1073741824_65536_65536

Somebody please check that data.

Good job!  Wink

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