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December 26, 2014, 07:07:31 PM
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vbcs, is it possible to do inter currency exchange? So for example if Nxt and BURST both has AT, can someone write a script which will handle exchanges from Nxt to BURST and the other way around?

Ofc, it is possible to do atomic cross chain transactions between platforms that are AT enabled. This use case is already ready, you can find a description here : www.ciyam.org/at/at_atomic.html .

Also with a modified version of that use case you can achieve anonymity while transfering your coins from platform x1 to platform x2

There goes all crypto exchanges, part from btc/usd exchanges......

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December 26, 2014, 07:19:03 PM
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Hey! How long does Blago Miner to read a 200gb plot? Two seconds? Lol! It takes a lot time to do a 200gb plot at 13.000 nounces... How can i automate the mining  process?

How you mine in a few steps? Do you optimize the plots?(Its takes too much time)

read&compute: 17930413153828766298_21700000_800000_800000 [@ 3058 ms]

plot at 13.000 nounces/min

1. GPU-plotting
2. optimize plots
3. defrag HDD
4. mining

Wow thanks the guy who send me 25 BURST (((((((((((':

not at all  Smiley)))

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December 26, 2014, 07:32:21 PM
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Hey! How long does Blago Miner to read a 200gb plot? Two seconds? Lol! It takes a lot time to do a 200gb plot at 13.000 nounces... How can i automate the mining  process?

How you mine in a few steps? Do you optimize the plots?(Its takes too much time)

read&compute: 17930413153828766298_21700000_800000_800000 [@ 3058 ms]

plot at 13.000 nounces/min

1. GPU-plotting
2. optimize plots
3. defrag HDD
4. mining

I only need to do plots one time, isnt it?

Thanks Blago!

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December 26, 2014, 07:37:05 PM
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Hey! How long does Blago Miner to read a 200gb plot? Two seconds? Lol! It takes a lot time to do a 200gb plot at 13.000 nounces... How can i automate the mining  process?

How you mine in a few steps? Do you optimize the plots?(Its takes too much time)

read&compute: 17930413153828766298_21700000_800000_800000 [@ 3058 ms]

plot at 13.000 nounces/min

1. GPU-plotting
2. optimize plots
3. defrag HDD
4. mining

I only need to do plots one time, isnt it?

Thanks Blago!

Yes, one time.



12389 Gb / 41 sec = 302 Gb / sec    (6 cores, 16 Gb RAM)

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December 26, 2014, 07:47:39 PM
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Hey! How long does Blago Miner to read a 200gb plot? Two seconds? Lol! It takes a lot time to do a 200gb plot at 13.000 nounces... How can i automate the mining  process?

How you mine in a few steps? Do you optimize the plots?(Its takes too much time)

read&compute: 17930413153828766298_21700000_800000_800000 [@ 3058 ms]

plot at 13.000 nounces/min

1. GPU-plotting
2. optimize plots
3. defrag HDD
4. mining

I only need to do plots one time, isnt it?

Thanks Blago!

Yes, one time.



12389 Gb / 41 sec = 302 Gb / sec    (6 cores, 16 Gb RAM)

Where is the link to your software? Could you provide it please.

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December 26, 2014, 08:11:48 PM
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Wow, I've had some luck today.

I'm only mining with 15TB, but i've forged 3 blocks in the last 24 hours.

Forged blocks 48714 and 48716!!! Cheesy I like solo mining  Cool

That's how great Burst can be Smiley

Yeah , I bought 10TB of HDD's for the sole purpose of mining Cheesy
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December 26, 2014, 08:48:56 PM
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Hey! How long does Blago Miner to read a 200gb plot? Two seconds? Lol! It takes a lot time to do a 200gb plot at 13.000 nounces... How can i automate the mining  process?

How you mine in a few steps? Do you optimize the plots?(Its takes too much time)

read&compute: 17930413153828766298_21700000_800000_800000 [@ 3058 ms]

plot at 13.000 nounces/min

1. GPU-plotting
2. optimize plots
3. defrag HDD
4. mining

I only need to do plots one time, isnt it?

Thanks Blago!

Yes, one time.



12389 Gb / 41 sec = 302 Gb / sec    (6 cores, 16 Gb RAM)

Where is the link to your software? Could you provide it please.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ixwfge97dpr5nq5/miner-burst-1.141209.zip?dl=0

+ added parameter "TargetDeadline": 1000000  (if exist - sets maximal deadline for sending to pool)
* added ability to sequential association paths:   "Paths":["C:\\plots","D:\\plots","E:\\plots\\+I:\\plots\\","G:\\plots\\","F:\\plots\\","H:\\plots\\"],

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December 26, 2014, 09:04:02 PM
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Code:
07:31:21 Close file: 10919497317369249792_26607617_3801088_3801088 [@ 6731 ms]
It`s 1TB file (928GB exactly) on i5-2500k (stock) & 3TB Seagate SATA HDD
3801088 nonces / 6.731 sec = 564.7k nonces/sec (per CPU thread)

Anyone show your speeds on Ivy-Bridge and Haswell (or even better) CPUs, pls.

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December 26, 2014, 10:09:39 PM
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Is it possible to plot more then one HD on the same PC at the same time? Do you just run more then one plotter at the same time? If you're doing GPU plotting does this mess things up?
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December 26, 2014, 10:59:42 PM
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Is it possible to plot more then one HD on the same PC at the same time? Do you just run more then one plotter at the same time? If you're doing GPU plotting does this mess things up?

probably possible, but as the plotting is mostly cpu intensive, all you end up with, is 2 harddrives getting plotted at half speed, instead of one at full speed.

(edit) arh, i see you wrote GPU plotting. My answer only applies to CPU plotting (or, as others have pointed out, applies as long as your disks are not the bottleneck - with cpu plotting they are usually not)

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December 27, 2014, 02:38:01 AM
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Is it possible to plot more then one HD on the same PC at the same time? Do you just run more then one plotter at the same time? If you're doing GPU plotting does this mess things up?

On both Windows and Linux it's possible or even recommended if you have powerful GPU (a single HDD will be the bottleneck if you reach around 30,000n/m while a powerful system can write at triple that speed). Check out the documentation offered by Cryo, but for Linux the command should like something like:

Code:
./gpuPlotGenerator generate buffer /path/to/files/123456_0_50000_5000 /path/123456_50000_10000_2000

For Win you need to specify the different drives by letters
Code:
gpuPlotGenerator generate buffer D://path/to/files/123456_0_50000_5000 E://path/123456_50000_10000_2000

Of course modify your code after you setting. Cryo's thread with lastest version first:
https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/gpu-plot-generator.45/

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December 27, 2014, 02:39:19 AM
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Is it possible to plot more then one HD on the same PC at the same time? Do you just run more then one plotter at the same time? If you're doing GPU plotting does this mess things up?

probably possible, but as the plotting is mostly cpu intensive, all you end up with, is 2 harddrives getting plotted at half speed, instead of one at full speed.

No, not at all.

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December 27, 2014, 03:03:50 AM
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We are now past the fork point. ATs should be usable.

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December 27, 2014, 03:28:53 AM
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Sorry to ask, does anyone have 1BTC to sell (PayPal) or lone me to Monday or Tuesday (my deposit is postpones due the holiday season)?

The one who helps me gets 4% in commission.

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December 27, 2014, 04:10:28 AM
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What is the confirmation times compared with Bitcoin/ transaction times?
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December 27, 2014, 04:23:26 AM
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Burst 1.2.0

Download: REMOVED
sha256: 00cafd7efb560c3253f8e94ff0b16f2c488d1849166f27c06f0dee7b98f07bcb
or github: https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin

Update required for all users by block 49200 (12/26 or 12/27)

If using an existing copy of the blockchain this will do a re-scan on first run.

This update adds the Automated Transaction (AT) system. This will allow users to write turing complete scripts which can be saved to the blockchain. Scripts will get their own account id and are able to send and receive coins, and will execute trustlessly.

This release should be compliant with the ciyam AT specs found here: http://ciyam.org/at/
Additional platform-specific api calls will be added later on.

Current fees for ATs are:
On creation 1 burst per memory page(256 bytes).
When ATs execute, normal opcodes cost 0.1, and api calls cost 1.
There is a maximum of 200 fee per AT execution.

ATs would not have have happened without the work of vbcs ( BURST-NUFU-7PX7-KHVM-7EMNC ) and CIYAM. Thanks


Reminder; Don't forget to update your wallets guys!  Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg9945544#msg9945544

Nice try "Truther", be careful "Truther" changed link of mega -> https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/123f10a5d5618540446cb38d8f2c205e9476e7f24522205a54dc33f6101dfe10/analysis/1419650078/ Only download from official topic OP!

Nice catch man, I skimmed over it without looking really, but nice work.



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December 27, 2014, 05:15:40 AM
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What is the confirmation times compared with Bitcoin/ transaction times?

4 minute blocks for the time being, to be shortened sooner or later. 10 confirmations is plenty.

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December 27, 2014, 08:03:58 AM
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Can someone please help me and PM me? This seems too complicated to try to work out by myself and I don't want to mess up my PC since I already messed it up and had to reformat it a week ago, can anyone give me a good tutorial on how to set this up? I really want to test this coin out and give it a chance, although I like the wallets more that you just download the QT, run it, and boom it's done lol
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December 27, 2014, 08:12:05 AM
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Can someone please help me and PM me? This seems too complicated to try to work out by myself and I don't want to mess up my PC since I already messed it up and had to reformat it a week ago, can anyone give me a good tutorial on how to set this up? I really want to test this coin out and give it a chance, although I like the wallets more that you just download the QT, run it, and boom it's done lol

I can't find a great guide for starting right now, but it will be up tomorrow.

Anything specific you have problems with?

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I can't find a great guide for starting right now, but it will be up tomorrow.

Anything specific you have problems with?
These are my first 2 issues that I haven't been able to figure out (and yes I do have the newest Java):


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