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January 08, 2015, 11:40:16 PM
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Okay, I need help. Im trying to run any miner on my x64 CentOS machine. Can't Make Uray's miner and dcct's returns "no passphrase found" when trying to connect to pool. Any ideas on later one of how to run it with pool other then devs ans urays?


Make sure your config file is setup correctly. Also make sure there is no passphrase.txt file in the miner folder. I'm not 100% on linux, but I know you can't have that in the folder in Windows, when trying to pool mine.

It worked Wink. Now with urays miner on Debian - when trying devs v2 pool it get stuck on

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Submission Max Delay : 30
Submission Max Retry : 3
Buffer Size : 128MB
Pool Host : 178.62.39.204 port 8121
resolving hostname 178.62.39.204
Remote IP 178.62.39.204



You cannot use Uray's miner on dev's pool. Not as far as I know anyway.



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Im working on a burst related project and I understand burst is very similar to NXT in the way it works. Does anyone have any API documentation that they can provide me allowing to check transactions of the wallet, generate new one, and send money?

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Im working on a burst related project and I understand burst is very similar to NXT in the way it works. Does anyone have any API documentation that they can provide me allowing to check transactions of the wallet, generate new one, and send money?

You Have a lot of help in the wallet zip file. There are HTML pages with examples api functions.

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January 09, 2015, 07:53:08 AM
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Im working on a burst related project and I understand burst is very similar to NXT in the way it works. Does anyone have any API documentation that they can provide me allowing to check transactions of the wallet, generate new one, and send money?

I'm not in home right now but if i remember you can just open localhost:8125/test to check documentation Smiley
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January 09, 2015, 08:14:44 AM
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I'm not in home right now but if i remember you can just open localhost:8125/test to check documentation Smiley

Yes, that works fine!
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January 09, 2015, 09:26:06 AM
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hi guyz!!!

just two simple question!!!

1) how is the minimum TB amount to try SOLO Mining with burst???
2) how many GB of RAM to mine with windows7 64bit with the TB answered at point 1?

thank!


if you do less than 20TB it can be days between the blocks when unlucky - this means that it might take a week before you figure out something is not working as it should be. You might want to start out using a pool, just to get stuff working, then go solo when all is working well.

Not sure how many TB i mine, but probably between 40 and 50 and it do happen (rarely) that i have 24 hrs without a block. this means that if something go wrong and i get no blocks, i will not even know something is wrong until several days have passed without blocks.  Usually problems have been time being off on a computer - burst mining works best if your time is quite sharp, say, +/- 5 seconds or so.


20TB on 5 4TB disks is possible with 16GB  (i did that once, w7 64bit)

You will have to jump through some hoops though (related to the way W7 handles file cache, and how windows7 is pretty bad at using time servers), but i think all neccessary information can be found here and especially in the burstforum website. I am running a program called NetworkTime that keeps my clock sharp, and i am running some file-cache freeing program every 30 seconds or minute or whatever, that keeps the memory from being filled up. All miners are running in their own batch file that loops, so if a miner crash for some reason it is restarted automatically.  The problems pile up the most when you are plotting, after plotting, windows seem to be better able to cope with the load. I can leave this box running for many days without having to intervene.

The other PC has a lot of drives (i ran out of drive letters) and it seems to just barely survive the load, running windows 10. it's a 4-core box with i think 16GB ram.

The third box is a dual-core 3.4ghz thing, with only 8gb ram or so. about 16TB mining and it is pretty show at anything else, so kinda maxed out - but it does not seem to crash or anything, just really slow at responding when new blocks are out.

If you run your miners and the wallet in a batch-file loop, it is pretty hard to throw a mining box off track, even with windows 7.



thank you pinball!!!

why do you use "NetworkTime that keeps my clock sharp"Huh
how network time accurancy on OS influence mining performace???

thanks

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January 09, 2015, 10:53:16 AM
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it seems that a little bit more liquidity comes to the exchanges.

8 BTC Volume until now.
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January 09, 2015, 12:49:41 PM
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Block reward just dropped to 7737 per block after block 54000.

So do we see also a 5% price increase?
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What should I do? (Unconfirmed Transaction)
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What should I do? (Unconfirmed Transaction)

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Hello,

I've developed a new stats site for your daily income. It's based on the idea of the (meanwhile down) coinia.net, but you've also:
•an overview about all your transactions
•sum of daily income
•sum of daily income (blockreward-only) -> Here you can see what your income would be, if you did only solo-mining (you can compare the pool-reward vs. your theoretical solo-reward)

You can reach the site at:
http://burstcoin.mku.name:8080

During performance-reasons there are two site modes: mobile (without table) and desktop (with table and border).

Feedback is always welcome!

Have fun!
New features:
• added MA7 and MA50 to chart (moving average)
• wallet-id is shown in the URL, so you can easily reopen the site

You can reach the site at:
http://burstcoin.mku.name:8080

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What should I do? (Unconfirmed Transaction)

post your image at a better host. xD

host is ok, use the external link ...
http://i.gyazo.com/7aac89f8edca8ca6dbe0901ac9fa7b4e.png

@jopara strange, however it seams this transaction is still in your walltes transactions-db but not in the blockchain?! you could try to redownload/import blockchain to fix your problem?!


Hello,

I've developed a new stats site for your daily income. It's based on the idea of the (meanwhile down) coinia.net, but you've also:
•an overview about all your transactions
•sum of daily income
•sum of daily income (blockreward-only) -> Here you can see what your income would be, if you did only solo-mining (you can compare the pool-reward vs. your theoretical solo-reward)

You can reach the site at:
http://burstcoin.mku.name:8080

During performance-reasons there are two site modes: mobile (without table) and desktop (with table and border).

Feedback is always welcome!

Have fun!
New features:
• added MA7 and MA50 to chart (moving average)
• wallet-id is shown in the URL, so you can easily reopen the site

You can reach the site at:
http://burstcoin.mku.name:8080

nice work, made my bookmark :-)

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Keep going burst community we will be recognized soon!

be 100% sure about that, i cant understand why this coin have a low price, for me this coin is the best alt coin ATM and with the new asic coming soon our POC algorithm seems perfect.

Soon ppl will start to realize than the next mining generation is on burst already.
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Keep going burst community we will be recognized soon!

be 100% sure about that, i cant understand why this coin have a low price, for me this coin is the best alt coin ATM and with the new asic coming soon our POC algorithm seems perfect.

Soon ppl will start to realize than the next mining generation is on burst already.

You are 100% right mate.I just came back from hollidays,and seen your message.Did you configurate your miner for solo,or you need some help?

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January 09, 2015, 06:45:52 PM
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Keep going burst community we will be recognized soon!

be 100% sure about that, i cant understand why this coin have a low price, for me this coin is the best alt coin ATM and with the new asic coming soon our POC algorithm seems perfect.

Soon ppl will start to realize than the next mining generation is on burst already.

You are 100% right mate.I just came back from hollidays,and seen your message.Did you configurate your miner for solo,or you need some help?

already configured and already waiting  for 6tb more ( yes i had 4tb and i order 6tb more ), now i have 10tb in total and i will try the solo mode Wink i hope all goes well for me.

Do you recommend me to go solo instead joining into a pool?

btw i want to tell to the burst community, that Trollollo already help me A LOT by PM Wink  TY Trollollo!!
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January 09, 2015, 11:49:00 PM
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I started writing an article about why Proof of Capacity is the ideal mining algorithm.. I want to hear the thoughts of others before I go to far so I can integrate them if wanted, why do you think so?

I'm thinking:
- Secure
- Energy Efficient
- ASIC Proof
- More decentralized (probably mostly due to ASIC Proofness)

What else?

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January 10, 2015, 12:29:33 AM
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Your password is your wallet thing?

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January 10, 2015, 12:36:51 AM
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I started writing an article about why Proof of Capacity is the ideal mining algorithm.. I want to hear the thoughts of others before I go to far so I can integrate them if wanted, why do you think so?

I'm thinking:
- Secure
- Energy Efficient
- ASIC Proof
- More decentralized (probably mostly due to ASIC Proofness)

What else?

1. Mining Hardware Available World Wide (Unlike ASIC where only a few companies sell them)

2. Harder for mining whale to take over 51% of network in short period of time due to time needed to plot (ASIC just plug and play)

3. No noise pollution (ASIC and GPU mining create noise from fan)

4. Mining hardware resale value

5. Low mining start up cost (In terms of hardware and monthly electricity bill)

P.S u might want to separate into 2 section part 1 about PoC part 2 about Burst (all its features , escrow , asset management , market place , etc)
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January 10, 2015, 02:01:45 AM
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I started writing an article about why Proof of Capacity is the ideal mining algorithm.. I want to hear the thoughts of others before I go to far so I can integrate them if wanted, why do you think so?

I'm thinking:
- Secure
- Energy Efficient
- ASIC Proof
- More decentralized (probably mostly due to ASIC Proofness)

What else?

For the love of all things holy, don't release it yet!! I still need to buy more at these low prices  Sad Smiley

This is the true coin for the masses.  Anyone can get involved, there is no need for specialized equipment and massive amounts of cheap power. I find the soft click of a working hard-drive every ~4minutes much more soothing than the aggressive moan of an ASIC or GPU fan.

Plus this coin has Automatic Transactions and market capability right within the wallet. I really don't know how to use them yet, but the foundation is there.

Anyways, good-luck.
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January 10, 2015, 04:22:01 AM
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[@jopara strange, however it seams this transaction is still in your walltes transactions-db but not in the blockchain?! you could try to redownload/import blockchain to fix your problem?!
I redownload burst_db. Unconfirmed Transaction
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