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December 21, 2014, 01:48:08 PM
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Oh, I wrote a lot of 6809 assembly when I was a kid. Smiley  I still want to know what the best tools are.

Awesome.. a lot of people hear assembly and run the other direction Smiley

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December 21, 2014, 02:26:22 PM
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Burst is a NxT clone?

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December 21, 2014, 02:36:26 PM
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Burst is a NxT clone?


Burst is POC, not POS.


"Burst is a fork of NXT with PoS removed to make way for Proof-of-Capacity. Burst has all the features of a 2nd Gen crypto-currency with it's own added benefits."

http://burstcoin.info/index.html

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December 21, 2014, 02:49:06 PM
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Ah ok thank you
It's innovative but isn't dangerous for the HDD?

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December 21, 2014, 02:55:00 PM
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Ah ok thank you
It's innovative but isn't dangerous for the HDD?

What do u mean by "dangerous" ? If u mean reducing life span of HDD is "dangerous" , every mining operation is "dangerous" because every single piece of hardware have reduce life span running 24/7 , no matter its ASIC or GPU or HDD , all mining operation are "dangerous" by nature.
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December 21, 2014, 03:48:24 PM
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Ah ok thank you
It's innovative but isn't dangerous for the HDD?

What do u mean by "dangerous" ? If u mean reducing life span of HDD is "dangerous" , every mining operation is "dangerous" because every single piece of hardware have reduce life span running 24/7 , no matter its ASIC or GPU or HDD , all mining operation are "dangerous" by nature.

It's not more dangerous than working on your PC.

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December 21, 2014, 04:07:26 PM
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Burst is a NxT clone?

Nope, Burst is a Nxt fork.. big difference, burst actually does a few things Nxt can't do.  And considering all the issues with POS, Proof of Capacity is a pretty stable

Ah ok thank you
It's innovative but isn't dangerous for the HDD?

Not that much...  Google did an in-depth study on hard drive failure rates.  Usage barely plays a part when it comes to failure rates:
http://static.googleusercontent.com/media/research.google.com/en/us/archive/disk_failures.pdf

During the first 6 months of owning a hard drive, heavy usage could increase the odds of failure but after that.. it's negligible. And if your drive fails during the first 6 months.. it was probably going to fail fairly soon anyway, in my opinion.. after all it probably means there is a manufacturing problem or it was tossed around too much during shipping or something.

Not to mention that though Burst initially heavily uses your hard drive for plotting, after that, I'd arguably consider it low usage.. every 4 minutes you read a few MB from it, and you don't need to write back to it, which isn't too bad.  And it's not like it's constantly reading and writing.

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December 21, 2014, 05:05:31 PM
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Has there been any work on the development environment for AT?  The spec at CIYAM seems very low-level.

Is a crypto API going to be added to it?  Doing crypto using the AT instructions would be very expensive.

How does the AT code interact with reward assignment?  Vitalik Buterin thought up a mining contract where the terms of mining would be very enticing, and would lock participants' coin into the contract using a heavy penalty once the mining pool controlled more than 50% of the hashing power, giving the controller of the contract the power to double spend.  Such a malicious arrangement could be simplified if AT code can automatically set reward assignment.

It would be great to see the source code for the AT branch of burstcoin.  Is it available anywhere?


For the moment the way to create AT programs is writing AT machine code or using the https://github.com/BurstProject/ATAssembler burstdev made.

There are many hash functions defined in the API section of the AT ( md5, sha256, ripemd160) you can use. Check the API specification for all the API calls an AT program can make ( http://ciyam.org/at/at_api.html ).

I am not sure I totally understood your question about reward assignment. ATs are consuming fees from running op codes and calling API functions. The fees goes to the "forger" of the block.

The code will be available very soon.

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December 21, 2014, 06:38:53 PM
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When i said dangerous it´s because i have my photos my porn collection and others wallets in my HDD

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December 21, 2014, 06:55:10 PM
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When i said dangerous it´s because i have my photos my porn collection and others wallets in my HDD


if you want to be sure mine over secondary HDD or do 2 partition if you have just one HDD...

in any case, it is not dangerous....
you read your plots just one time per block.

from dev...

Only 0.024% of the stored data will need to be read each block

if you have 10TB plotted you read just 2,4GB.
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December 21, 2014, 08:37:22 PM
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When i said dangerous it´s because i have my photos my porn collection and others wallets in my HDD


It stores the plots to a separate file.. so it doesn't say overwrite a specific address on your hard drive that might overwrite something you don't want.  So no real risk of it overwriting something if that's what you are worried about.

I was initially a little bit worried about that myself.

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After a lot of updates and bug fixes we are making available to anyone who is interested in reviewing and testing AT inside burst platform. (  https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/tree/at )

It is not the final release, as there are some additions to be done (specially in the GUI side), but for reviewing and test purposes although in the final release the core AT function will not change. I would like to thank burstcoin for his contribution and his valuable help integrating AT smoothly into burst platform. And also I would like to thanks the ppl who donated for this project.

Enjoy. 

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After a lot of updates and bug fixes we are making available to anyone who is interested in reviewing and testing AT inside burst platform. (  https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/tree/at )

It is not the final release, as there are some additions to be done (specially in the GUI side), but for reviewing and test purposes although in the final release the core AT function will not change. I would like to thank burstcoin for his contribution and his valuable help integrating AT smoothly into burst platform. And also I would like to thanks the ppl who donated for this project.

Enjoy. 

Very nice, I hope I'll be able to test it out soon. By GUI you mean it is integrated into the wallet right?

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After a lot of updates and bug fixes we are making available to anyone who is interested in reviewing and testing AT inside burst platform. (  https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/tree/at )

It is not the final release, as there are some additions to be done (specially in the GUI side), but for reviewing and test purposes although in the final release the core AT function will not change. I would like to thank burstcoin for his contribution and his valuable help integrating AT smoothly into burst platform. And also I would like to thanks the ppl who donated for this project.

Enjoy. 

Very nice, I hope I'll be able to test it out soon. By GUI you mean it is integrated into the wallet right?

Yes, you can see the AT section if you expand the transactions tab.

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December 21, 2014, 09:38:48 PM
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For large scale burst miners, can you recommend pool? Like 200TB... solo was doing ok, but lets try options?

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December 21, 2014, 09:59:37 PM
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For large scale burst miners, can you recommend pool? Like 200TB... solo was doing ok, but lets try options?



It has been unstable lately but uray's SG pool was by far the very best for larger miner; I'm waiting for the day it returns to it's full glory.

For now I have almost 100tb on devs v2 pool. It pays my the best right now and very regularly. Before I was on crow's burst.ga but it really didn'tpaid off as I thought, sadly.

Would be fun to see how a 200tb-miner would do on devs pool. The use of deadlines therr pays off nicely for larger miners, that I know atleast.

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For large scale burst miners, can you recommend pool? Like 200TB... solo was doing ok, but lets try options?



It has been unstable lately but uray's SG pool was by far the very best for larger miner; I'm waiting for the day it returns to it's full glory.

For now I have almost 100tb on devs v2 pool. It pays my the best right now and very regularly. Before I was on crow's burst.ga but it really didn'tpaid off as I thought, sadly.

Would be fun to see how a 200tb-miner would do on devs pool. The use of deadlines therr pays off nicely for larger miners, that I know atleast.

How much are you earning per day with 100TB on devs v2 pool ?
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December 21, 2014, 10:38:43 PM
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Zippolo is one of the pool owners... I simply asked him yesterday

ohh well, sorry i didnt know Tongue, btw ty for the info! Smiley

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After a lot of updates and bug fixes we are making available to anyone who is interested in reviewing and testing AT inside burst platform. (  https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/tree/at )

Thanks!  Something to read on the plane.
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For large scale burst miners, can you recommend pool? Like 200TB... solo was doing ok, but lets try options?



It has been unstable lately but uray's SG pool was by far the very best for larger miner; I'm waiting for the day it returns to it's full glory.

For now I have almost 100tb on devs v2 pool. It pays my the best right now and very regularly. Before I was on crow's burst.ga but it really didn'tpaid off as I thought, sadly.

Would be fun to see how a 200tb-miner would do on devs pool. The use of deadlines therr pays off nicely for larger miners, that I know atleast.

How much are you earning per day with 100TB on devs v2 pool ?

can not be more than 10K a day with 100T with 10 ~ 15 T oscilaltions as we have now and it aint going down, you better of buying on an exchange price should drop big time before years end, next year is an open end game

let me see , 4 Tera even on ebay (and that is a risk) 150$ ? take 100 T / 4 T = 25 x 4 tera drives times 150$ so the individual invested 3,500$ simply wow

almost 4 grand for 10K BURST a day can not be more than that maybe plus or minus 4K BURST

sometimes I wonder on people's capacity to think

also not to mention that every time magnetic needle touches down the surface (moving parts) for surely these ain't optical drives it shaves off lifetime of these drives  in the 24 cycle after one year every day will be risk of complete disk failure

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