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January 06, 2015, 08:28:08 PM
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any miner out there with support of x32 windows?

Unfortunately not that I am aware of. That is why I had to use a newer laptop. You could use the original miner but its pretty dated (that was what I used before switching).
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January 06, 2015, 08:46:53 PM
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any miner out there with support of x32 windows?

the POC miner (original one) is java and should work fine on 32bit windows - but you might find it difficult to mine a lot of TB without running into memory problems due to bugs in the windows file caching system.  I have heard that windows 8.1 (and 10) is much better than 7 in that respect.

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January 06, 2015, 09:14:03 PM
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any miner out there with support of x32 windows?
the dcct one should work in 32bit if ported to / compiled for windows.
not sure if there exists a binary download anywhere.
after changing the contained shabal.s file for arm it runs under 32 bit linux perfectly.

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January 06, 2015, 10:46:33 PM
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Just an idea for plotter maybe to have feature added into it so have some sort of GUI and that you can select total plots across drives and select size and it auto creates them in segment of x ammount of plots and continues do create them to and from auto and once done its filled all space up in segments of say 100 to 200 gb etc.
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January 06, 2015, 11:06:31 PM
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Just an idea for plotter maybe to have feature added into it so have some sort of GUI and that you can select total plots across drives and select size and it auto creates them in segment of x ammount of plots and continues do create them to and from auto and once done its filled all space up in segments of say 100 to 200 gb etc.

I'd say a good gui would be very nice, even needed for a more widespread adoption. Burst isn't exactly the easiest of coins to set up properly

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January 07, 2015, 01:06:25 AM
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Has anyone had troubles with transactions not being confirmed? I sent some funds a day ago and the two transactions still have 0 confirmations, is there a way to give it a nudge or something to try and reprocess? They have the default fees, not something really low.

No nudge possible, the tx.'s are probably stuffed stuffed, and will soon just disappear. Try again. Actually, compare the thingy on the right of ur dashboard, where it shows blocks to the blocks on wallet.burstcoin.io

Ur blockchain may be stuck.

Oh, and 1 burst  fee is always fine, it doesn't prioritize based on fee or whatever.

Ah yes the coins have returned now! I'll try sending again Smiley

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January 07, 2015, 01:21:42 AM
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Has anyone had troubles with transactions not being confirmed? I sent some funds a day ago and the two transactions still have 0 confirmations, is there a way to give it a nudge or something to try and reprocess? They have the default fees, not something really low.

No nudge possible, the tx.'s are probably stuffed stuffed, and will soon just disappear. Try again. Actually, compare the thingy on the right of ur dashboard, where it shows blocks to the blocks on wallet.burstcoin.io

Ur blockchain may be stuck.

Oh, and 1 burst  fee is always fine, it doesn't prioritize based on fee or whatever.

Ah yes the coins have returned now! I'll try sending again Smiley

Isn't that a wonderful thing? I had the same thing happen to me and then they came back and did not disappear into the Interweb. I love where this coin/community is going. I am shocked that the market cap is still so low though. People are buying into a PayCoin scam for millions yet BURST is golden but has not broken out. Hardly seems fair.

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January 07, 2015, 04:47:31 AM
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I might just try mining some BURST.

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January 07, 2015, 05:45:43 AM
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-[ANNOUNCEMENT (of sad things that may/should have been obvious)]-


I think, at this point... I'm going to go ahead and call it out...


LTCgear, I believe, will not come back to operational status. They were a ponzi, and they've finally reached the point that they can no longer continue...

There are multiple reasons (for me in particular, and many others...) that this is very upsetting... I personally lost more than I'd like to comment on. Some people I know lost a very serious amount, this is very upsetting news for quite a few people, no matter how "obvious" it should have been to everyone.

We all take gambles in the game we all play called crypto, and this particular one, definitely didn't pay off. Sadly.

Yea, they're still dragging it out on their website, but LTCgear is going under, they're over 3 weeks without payments, and it's clear that "Chris" is likely long, long gone.

Hopefully there will be a lawsuit (I will join for sure.) if we can find him, but you know, not even sure if we can do anything. Let alone find him.


another sadness...

The following BURST assets, are affected...


1. Asset BLPTS (long term price support project) - based on LTCgear mining. Thus destroyed (or possibly changed? I don't know, Nevril will likely post an update when he comes to the same inevitable conclusion I have.)

2. ByteGear (Byte Enterprises' asset also fully based on LTCgear mining.) - Destroyed. (ByteGear will be destroyed, if not only just for the name. Legitimate BURST cloud mining operations will take it's place, soon. Those will be fully provable with both mining addresses, and pictures, videos, whatever people want. Once that happens, I will post announcements.)



I sincerely apologize to all that lost money on this, I myself lost quite a bit, and this is very upsetting, losing my hard and early earned BURST, and mostly all my other mined and bought crypto...

a sincere lesson to me to not only just buy hardware for mining... but never keep too much in a single investment, no matter what it is.

Thank you and my sincere apologies.

*yea, if for some reason, and miracle, LTCgear starts working again, we can decide what to do with things at that point, but I very very highly doubt that will happen.




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January 07, 2015, 05:54:32 AM
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I'm sure this has been asked many times but this thread is huge. I'm currently using the dev's miner for the dev's V2 pool but I'm looking into upgrading to blaggo's miner.

Is blaggo's miner compatilble with the dev's V2 pool or only uray source pools?
Are there any advantages to using blaggo's miner instead of the dev's miner other than stability and simplicity? As in will I earn more BURST by using blaggo's miner? (The dev's miner has been perfectly stable for me, no crashes)
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January 07, 2015, 06:34:29 AM
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blago works fine with devv2 pool.

just use  "Mode" : "poolV2" in miner.conf

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January 07, 2015, 06:52:35 AM
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Coindesk did a crypto 2.0 review

http://www.coindesk.com/19-crypto-2-0-projects-watch-2015/

Did we try contacting them about BURST? Would be awesome for them to cover it.

What would be even more awesome if we had a running test case of AT. Perhaps a lottery or something relatively simple we could use to pitch BURST with.

I am doing some tests in the lottery case in testnet. When the tests are done, i will put it live. Also the crowdfund case is ready

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January 07, 2015, 07:32:21 AM
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blago works fine with devv2 pool.

just use  "Mode" : "poolV2" in miner.conf

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January 07, 2015, 07:50:24 AM
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is there any miner for dev pool v2 running under linux exept the java one? dcct seems not submitting the found shares.
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burst vs m7m?
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January 07, 2015, 11:40:03 AM
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Coindesk did a crypto 2.0 review

http://www.coindesk.com/19-crypto-2-0-projects-watch-2015/

Did we try contacting them about BURST? Would be awesome for them to cover it.

What would be even more awesome if we had a running test case of AT. Perhaps a lottery or something relatively simple we could use to pitch BURST with.

I am doing some tests in the lottery case in testnet. When the tests are done, i will put it live. Also the crowdfund case is ready

That is awesome, I will keep my eyes peeled. I believe lottery would be ideal for a pitch, as people can easily try it themselves.

When you launch it we can start to market a bit.

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January 07, 2015, 11:43:38 AM
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burst vs m7m?

Not an easy question. I would say Burst, because it has way more utility now. Also, I'm not quite sure what to think of the latest miner adjustments in Magi (I am not aware of other coins using m7m). I kinda lean to the school of thinking that too much tampering in order to make it "fair" can backfire just as easily as "normal" distribution.

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January 07, 2015, 12:16:24 PM
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burst vs m7m?

Not an easy question. I would say Burst, because it has way more utility now. Also, I'm not quite sure what to think of the latest miner adjustments in Magi (I am not aware of other coins using m7m). I kinda lean to the school of thinking that too much tampering in order to make it "fair" can backfire just as easily as "normal" distribution.

Its easy. Its actually GPU VS HDD mining. GPU mining is old news , HDD mining is the new kid in the neighbourhood
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January 07, 2015, 02:07:14 PM
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burst vs m7m?
I say Burst, I read their description of the algo, haven't looked into it or thought it through throughly m7m may protect against GPU mining.. though I could easily see a GPU that handles double precision being released in the not too distant future, but it certainly isn't ASIC resistant. And their efforts to frustrated CPU data centers seem like they would only lead to the datacenter slowly adding new computers instead of all at once and having each one mine to a separate address.

Would be interesting to hear Magi's communities thoughts on the question.

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Is USB 2.0 fast enough to mine with or do you need 3.0? Also is it possible to connect multiple HDs to a hub or does that become a bottle neck?
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