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Author Topic: [ANN][BURST] Burst | Efficient HDD Mining | New 1.2.3 Fork block 92000  (Read 1804530 times)
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January 14, 2015, 02:32:09 PM
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solar scam...explain please?

solar is the first asset not related to burst mining...

ONE user (koko) started this asset. The Dev already wrote, that he is not involeved in this asset.

So everything is fine!

PS: I also think this solar asset is not a good idea.

why not?

solar power asic miners + profit from extra power sold

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January 14, 2015, 02:47:45 PM
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because there is too less information about this asset and the complete business plan.

at the moment you throw money in a black hole hoping some money comes in future out.

thats the same if i say: i can create a asset for my new ferrari and i tell you i will drive people for money with my car and if i get the money from them, i will refund you. so who wants to give me some burst? pleaser PN!  Grin
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January 14, 2015, 05:28:07 PM
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solar scam...explain please?

solar is the first asset not related to burst mining...

ONE user (koko) started this asset. The Dev already wrote, that he is not involeved in this asset.

So everything is fine!

PS: I also think this solar asset is not a good idea.

why not?

solar power asic miners + profit from extra power sold

I guarantee that u don't roi on it. All that will happen is u will watch the price of solarfarm asset drop to 0.1 burst in a short time. The only way for such an investment to work is for burst's price to remain stable. That's why it works in the real world, the banks help with that.

Here, in burst, a coinof $250k market cap, will either increase to milllions, or die. Nobody buys or mines a stagnant coin, part from btc/ltc due to the big market caps already. And most buyers are actually just waiting to sell for a higher price.

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January 14, 2015, 05:43:23 PM
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solar scam...explain please?

solar is the first asset not related to burst mining...

ONE user (koko) started this asset. The Dev already wrote, that he is not involeved in this asset.

So everything is fine!

PS: I also think this solar asset is not a good idea.

why not?

solar power asic miners + profit from extra power sold

Or it could be other way around and turn out to be another scam that will hurt burst's image.
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January 14, 2015, 06:08:26 PM
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Is there any reason to plot a bunch of small files instead of one really big one? Some people are saying smaller plots (like 200GB) yield more often then a single large one.
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January 14, 2015, 06:42:09 PM
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Is there any reason to plot a bunch of small files instead of one really big one? Some people are saying smaller plots (like 200GB) yield more often then a single large one.
some poolminer only submitted shares only after the whole plot has been parsed (not sure if this is still valid cause i mine solo).
from handling perspective during the plot optimization 200gb is good if your server has enough ram (200gb fs cache + 200gb for optimizer) to keep it in filecache after plotting and then read for the optimize process from there.
i have'nt tested it yet cause my plotting has been done before there was a gpu plotter and my storage is filled up since a long time ;-)

what i thought about during the last couple of days while evaluating possible farmoptions in pb scale is if it is possible to merge several smaller plotfiles into one big before you optimize them.
especially for cluster setups this may spread the load to several independant storage nodes if you plot from several  instances serving everything from ram to the optimize process.
i think of something (with small nonce count to explain) like nonce 0 to 511 concatenated with a plot containing nonce 512 to 1023 named xxxxxx_0_1023_512.
then these can get optimized from fs cache into xxxxxx_0_1023_1024 and combined with the next block xxxx_1024_2047_1024 to xxxxx_0_2047_2048 and so on.
i scripted this for some tests with small plots but i still have to verify that the concatenated plots are similar to a directly plotted big file.

 

  

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January 14, 2015, 08:09:18 PM
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I was looking through the Burstcoin source code, and one thing that worries me about future scalability is the hard-coded MAX_NUMBER_OF_TRANSACTIONS constant, which limits the number of transactions per block to 255. This is similar to the 1 MB block size limit that is currently affecting bitcoin. Bitcoin is bound by this block size limit, and therefore the bitcoin network can only process a maximum of 7 transactions per second. Burstcoin has a similar limit right now, but its limit is 63 tx/sec. This gives Burstcoin more time to solve the problem - but since solving it requires a hard fork,  I think it would be better to solve the problem now while the coin is still young.

I think the best solution is something along the lines of Gavin Andreson's proposal to increase the maximum block size by 50% per year. I think in Burstcoin's case, the solution should be to increase the maximum number of transactions per block by 3.45% per month (which is about equal to a 50% increase per year).

This is an important change for the future scalability of Burstcoin. And it's an important change to make now, because the more the coin matures, the more difficult it will be to introduce a successful hard fork.

If you're interested, @burstcoin, I'd be willing to take a crack at coding up this change in behavior.

Bumping this since no one commented on it. Does anyone else think it's a good idea to raise the maximum blocksize formulaically over time?

While there certainly is a scalability issue, it won't get fixed just by raising that amount. A 4x increase on that number wouldn't be a bad starting point since nxt has that same per block limit at a 1 minute/block rate instead of 4, but regardless of what it is set to raising the limit only postpones the problem, and the real issue is that full network consensus is required for every transaction. Spamming every transaction to everyone will won't allow for high enough transaction rates for heavy usage over long-term.

I agree that simply changing the MAX_NUMBER_OF_TRANSACTIONS isn't enough to solve scalability issues. However, it is a necessary prerequisite. And, since changing this figure requires a hard fork, I think it is best to do the change sooner rather than later. The longer we wait, the more risky and difficult it becomes to execute the hard fork. It makes sense to get all the needed hard forks out the way now, while the complex politics of a large-market-cap coin haven't emerged yet.

Perhaps a pragmatic solution would be to introduce a second constant that represents a soft maximum. Similar to how Bitcoin has a hard limit of a 1 MB max block size, but also is configured by default to not create blocks larger than 250kb. The second value is user-configurable though, and some miners do indeed create larger blocks. This would allow us to solve all the other scalability issues as they come up without worrying about the complexity of a hard fork. The other scalability issues will also partially solve themselves over time as technology gets better.

In 15 years, and standard desktop machine will likely come with terrabytes of ram, petabytes of hard drive storage, and hundreds of CPU cores, and it will likely have at least a gigbit Internet connection. A machine like this should be able to easily handle 100k transactions per 4-minute block.

I really urge you to look into all the issues and politics surrounding the bitcoin max block size. We can avoid those issues in Burstcoin if we simply plan for the future now rather than putting off the changes until it is too late.
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January 15, 2015, 12:26:53 AM
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solar scam...explain please?

solar is the first asset not related to burst mining...

ONE user (koko) started this asset. The Dev already wrote, that he is not involeved in this asset.

So everything is fine!

PS: I also think this solar asset is not a good idea.

why not?

solar power asic miners + profit from extra power sold

Term too long and not enough progress in the process. Very high risk venture!

Jump you fuckers! | The thing about smart motherfuckers is they sound like crazy motherfuckers to dumb motherfuckers. | My sig space for rent for 0.1 btc per week.
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January 15, 2015, 06:05:08 AM
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Could I get a burst or two to my new wallet?

BURST-SDHJ-Z6DP-YEWT-G47AZ

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January 15, 2015, 06:28:17 AM
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Hey guys

We added BURST to our Altcoin Info & News Portal!

Have a look @

http://www.satoshis.guru/home/coin-info/burst/

http://www.satoshis.guru/home/coin-info/bitcoin/graphs-bitcoin/


greetz


Great news. Thanks!
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January 15, 2015, 06:40:51 AM
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Could I get a burst or two to my new wallet?

BURST-SDHJ-Z6DP-YEWT-G47AZ

Pub Key: 7d91d25faafe5e6d1ea4538ce4e9b6ddafc72a65d8eba1e2944a9e563c9b557b

Good-Luck
Don't spend it all in one place Wink

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January 15, 2015, 07:22:00 AM
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Thanks bro ^^
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January 15, 2015, 08:52:25 AM
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Curiously, is there more then one GPU plotter?

What is the best miner that has the least amount of issues and memory usage for large plots? Also what's the easiest to use miner as far as usability goes?
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January 15, 2015, 09:06:00 AM
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Curiously, is there more then one GPU plotter?

What is the best miner that has the least amount of issues and memory usage for large plots? Also what's the easiest to use miner as far as usability goes?

Only 1 gpu plotter.

Blago for windows, not sure about linux.

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January 15, 2015, 12:33:46 PM
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I want to run a node. I got a fix IP, I got 100 MB line, I got a NAT router with port forwarding.

I followed the instructions of NXT, but by entering the information for the hallmark, it ends in page not found.
What do I need to change to get over that point?

whats the benefit, if i run a node? could someone explain?

i got still now answer to my questions:
a) how can i create a node?
b) what are the benefits if i run a node?

thx
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January 15, 2015, 12:59:14 PM
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ok, i found a how to in nxt forum.

so my open question is: do i have any anvantages if i run a node for burst?
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January 15, 2015, 01:18:49 PM
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ok, i found a how to in nxt forum.

so my open question is: do i have any anvantages if i run a node for burst?

I don't know any advantages if you run a node. I think there are no advantages.
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January 15, 2015, 02:22:59 PM
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Curiously, is there more then one GPU plotter?

What is the best miner that has the least amount of issues and memory usage for large plots? Also what's the easiest to use miner as far as usability goes?

Only 1 gpu plotter.

Blago for windows, not sure about linux.


I have not used the GPU plotter under Linux but it does appear to exist
https://github.com/bhamon/gpuPlotGenerator

I have been using this address to see the collection of tools.
http://burstcoin.eu/downloads

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** Early morning reading comprehension **  sorry Irontiga, your response was about a miner for Linux, not a plotter.  My bad

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January 15, 2015, 03:53:13 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?
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January 15, 2015, 04:07:13 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck
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