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January 08, 2015, 05:47:22 PM
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Hmm, I was under the impression that you were going to be building the farm yourself, then selling shares... I would be down for that, but selling burst to buy stuff to build the farm, horrible idea, and will destroy the coin. IMO you're going to need to come up with a MUCH BETTER way to fund this project, or no one will go for it.


Also, you need to outline your exact plans and what exactly will happen each step of the way. This is a seriously large project, and I doubt it will happen without very serious dedication and a lot of knowledge, background in the area of alternative power, and cheap prices on everything you plan on buying...

That being said I still think it's a great idea, IF you can do it without spending any BURST, and IF you can prove the farm to be at least partially working before you start selling shares...

Selling shares in something that doesn't exist is very dangerous, and if someone like you (one of the largest pool's owners) does this, it could leave a scar on BURST, which I definitely wouldn't like...


So, just be smart about this please Koko.

Thanks for all the advice. i will post more detail if can
now, under Licensing for sell electrical

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January 08, 2015, 05:59:27 PM
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Without google translate this is sorta difficult, but I came up with this...

ผลการค้นหา - 0503551005341 - ไม่ตรงกับเอกสารใดเลย
คำแนะนำ:
- ขอให้แน่ใจว่าสะกดทุกคำอย่างถูกต้อง
- ลองคำหลักที่ต่างจากนี้
- ลองใช้คำหลักทั่วๆไป
- ลองใช้คำให้น้อยลง


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January 08, 2015, 06:20:30 PM
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Without google translate this is sorta difficult, but I came up with this...

ผลการค้นหา - 0503551005341 - ไม่ตรงกับเอกสารใดเลย
คำแนะนำ:
- ขอให้แน่ใจว่าสะกดทุกคำอย่างถูกต้อง
- ลองคำหลักที่ต่างจากนี้
- ลองใช้คำหลักทั่วๆไป
- ลองใช้คำให้น้อยลง


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http://www.dbd.go.th/Applications/cds/
keyword = YODNAM COMPUTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP

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January 08, 2015, 06:21:18 PM
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While I am wary of any such investment online, including koko's, I find your inclusion of a ref link for something that is most likely a ponzi (you even claim so yourself) distasteful.

it´s a way to say that I prefer a clear ponzi scheme (like http://cryptodouble.com) than a long term and really big invest project.

Hehe, to each his own mate Smiley. I guess your view can have some merit.

Best of luck with the project koko, renewables is a hot area (given only because of subsidies Tongue)

EDIT: http://yodnam.com/ this yours koko?

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January 08, 2015, 06:29:04 PM
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While I am wary of any such investment online, including koko's, I find your inclusion of a ref link for something that is most likely a ponzi (you even claim so yourself) distasteful.

it´s a way to say that I prefer a clear ponzi scheme (like http://cryptodouble.com) than a long term and really big invest project.

Hehe, to each his own mate Smiley. I guess your view can have some merit.

Best of luck with the project koko, renewables is a hot area (given only because of subsidies Tongue)

EDIT: http://yodnam.com/ this yours koko?


yes ,  Smiley

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January 08, 2015, 06:31:58 PM
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While I am wary of any such investment online, including koko's, I find your inclusion of a ref link for something that is most likely a ponzi (you even claim so yourself) distasteful.

it´s a way to say that I prefer a clear ponzi scheme (like http://cryptodouble.com) than a long term and really big invest project.

Hehe, to each his own mate Smiley. I guess your view can have some merit.

Best of luck with the project koko, renewables is a hot area (given only because of subsidies Tongue)

EDIT: http://yodnam.com/ this yours koko?


yes ,  Smiley

Very nice to see people from all around the world doing well in IT business.

Btw you have a typo in the copyright "Copyright © 2008-2012 Yodnam Computer Partnershop" maybe it should say "Partnership" Smiley

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January 08, 2015, 07:04:18 PM
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just checked with poloniex and they dont' seem to be having any problems with the 1 burst fee... any other ideas on what we're doing wrong where tx's aren't getting accepted?

thanks
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1 burst fee is fine but did you upgrade to the newest wallet (version 1.2.0) ?

seams that withdraw issue on bittrex is fixed (or will be soon), i already got my burst back :-)

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January 08, 2015, 09:06:30 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?
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January 08, 2015, 09:28:51 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?

Is there an easy miner for linux released yet?
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January 08, 2015, 10:07:05 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?

as i know there's only dcct-miner. With which Pool you tried it?
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January 08, 2015, 10:13:33 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.



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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

Code:
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

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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

Code:
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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January 09, 2015, 04:53:43 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?

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January 09, 2015, 07:25:12 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?

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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