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Author Topic: [ANN][BURST] Burst | Efficient HDD Mining | New 1.2.3 Fork block 92000  (Read 2112041 times)
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February 06, 2015, 06:23:40 AM
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why wont you guys make this so it actually uses your hdd for something? commercial features or something like that and use the revenue for users..
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February 06, 2015, 07:03:42 AM
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Hi Blago

Removed and currently re-plotting the corrupt files, while waiting I ran the miner and still seeing this error using 1.15.

----Fast block or corrupted file?----
Sent deadline:  652474
Server's deadline:      1543601563786
----------------------- file: (null)


Can''t pin-point what file is it.

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February 06, 2015, 07:20:39 AM
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Burst 1.2.2

https://mega.co.nz/#!z8BT0BCZ!Z1MXYcVJrObMcx2M_zjHPbsMKQLxGKVqQYqh1u1etWY
sha256: 2e1a7f2d74c584e46b16b40ac8889101e44039ebcaa95a0c1b71abc9eb83a37b

All users must update by block 67000 (about 9 days from now)

This is a bugfix release mainly for ATs, and also loosens restrictions on ecblock info.

Hi dev
Just two question
Can i reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain?
Or i need to resync all chain?
Can i reuse previous plot files?

Thanks

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February 06, 2015, 08:09:15 AM
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All Yes. Reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain Smiley


Burst 1.2.2

https://mega.co.nz/#!z8BT0BCZ!Z1MXYcVJrObMcx2M_zjHPbsMKQLxGKVqQYqh1u1etWY
sha256: 2e1a7f2d74c584e46b16b40ac8889101e44039ebcaa95a0c1b71abc9eb83a37b

All users must update by block 67000 (about 9 days from now)

This is a bugfix release mainly for ATs, and also loosens restrictions on ecblock info.

Hi dev
Just two question
Can i reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain?
Or i need to resync all chain?
Can i reuse previous plot files?

Thanks
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February 06, 2015, 08:10:25 AM
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Can I mine with generated plots at the same time in other PC?
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February 06, 2015, 08:43:45 AM
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Can I mine with generated plots at the same time in other PC?

Yes, but useless
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February 06, 2015, 08:58:50 AM
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Do i overwrite the old wallet with the new on or do i just take the blockchain of the old one and drop it into the new ones folder?
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February 06, 2015, 09:06:03 AM
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All Yes. Reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain Smiley


Burst 1.2.2

https://mega.co.nz/#!z8BT0BCZ!Z1MXYcVJrObMcx2M_zjHPbsMKQLxGKVqQYqh1u1etWY
sha256: 2e1a7f2d74c584e46b16b40ac8889101e44039ebcaa95a0c1b71abc9eb83a37b

All users must update by block 67000 (about 9 days from now)

This is a bugfix release mainly for ATs, and also loosens restrictions on ecblock info.

Hi dev
Just two question
Can i reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain?
Or i need to resync all chain?
Can i reuse previous plot files?

Thanks

thank you numberT!!!
burst blockchain is becaming really fat...

nothing to do with bitcoin blockchain, but it is rising!!!

and this is a good news!!!

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February 06, 2015, 09:19:59 AM
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All Yes. Reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain Smiley


Burst 1.2.2

https://mega.co.nz/#!z8BT0BCZ!Z1MXYcVJrObMcx2M_zjHPbsMKQLxGKVqQYqh1u1etWY
sha256: 2e1a7f2d74c584e46b16b40ac8889101e44039ebcaa95a0c1b71abc9eb83a37b

All users must update by block 67000 (about 9 days from now)

This is a bugfix release mainly for ATs, and also loosens restrictions on ecblock info.

Hi dev
Just two question
Can i reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain?
Or i need to resync all chain?
Can i reuse previous plot files?

Thanks

thank you numberT!!!
burst blockchain is becaming really fat...

nothing to do with bitcoin blockchain, but it is rising!!!

and this is a good news!!!

That comes with a question on too big to download for average user. Burst investor will eventually come from all around the world. Not every country have fiber broadband internet connection and it might deter some investor from getting into the coin. I guess one solution could be a trusted online wallet for burst , it will make using burst a whole lot easier. 500 gb database will come eventually and we better be ready before that happens
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February 06, 2015, 09:49:19 AM
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I have been using Blago miner mining at pool for some days... But it keeps showing "Missing Passphrase" error recently, any clue? Or it is the server issue?



This is answer from server... Which pool do you use?

OIC, I'm using us.burstcoin.io


then the issue is forwarded to Uray

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February 06, 2015, 10:58:53 AM
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All Yes. Reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain Smiley


Burst 1.2.2

https://mega.co.nz/#!z8BT0BCZ!Z1MXYcVJrObMcx2M_zjHPbsMKQLxGKVqQYqh1u1etWY
sha256: 2e1a7f2d74c584e46b16b40ac8889101e44039ebcaa95a0c1b71abc9eb83a37b

All users must update by block 67000 (about 9 days from now)

This is a bugfix release mainly for ATs, and also loosens restrictions on ecblock info.

Hi dev
Just two question
Can i reuse burst 1.2.1 blockchain?
Or i need to resync all chain?
Can i reuse previous plot files?

Thanks

thank you numberT!!!
burst blockchain is becaming really fat...

nothing to do with bitcoin blockchain, but it is rising!!!

and this is a good news!!!

That comes with a question on too big to download for average user. Burst investor will eventually come from all around the world. Not every country have fiber broadband internet connection and it might deter some investor from getting into the coin. I guess one solution could be a trusted online wallet for burst , it will make using burst a whole lot easier. 500 gb database will come eventually and we better be ready before that happens

i think a good solution it is to include the blockchain folder on each new relase zip.
so, the user will need to sync just the latest few block....
so we avoid to have fork with every new version release.
i hope burst dev, repute this a valid option !!!

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February 06, 2015, 11:24:47 AM
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I have been using Blago miner mining at pool for some days... But it keeps showing "Missing Passphrase" error recently, any clue? Or it is the server issue?



This is answer from server... Which pool do you use?

OIC, I'm using us.burstcoin.io


then the issue is forwarded to Uray

Thanks Blago Smiley



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February 06, 2015, 12:15:58 PM
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That comes with a question on too big to download for average user. Burst investor will eventually come from all around the world. Not every country have fiber broadband internet connection and it might deter some investor from getting into the coin. I guess one solution could be a trusted online wallet for burst , it will make using burst a whole lot easier. 500 gb database will come eventually and we better be ready before that happens

i think a good solution it is to include the blockchain folder on each new relase zip.
so, the user will need to sync just the latest few block....
so we avoid to have fork with every new version release.
i hope burst dev, repute this a valid option !!!

I'm not exactly sure what you're suggesting. But in any case, a central authority should not be distributing the blockchain, nor introduce checkpoints. The history of the blockchain requires the entire blockchain to verify. It should be possible reduce the size by giving up on some history, but I do not know enough about this particular blockchain to claim it is. In any case, introducing checkpoints or the blockchain within the download, is very much against the decentralized nature of the blockchain, by giving a central authority the ability to dictate what chain is the right one.
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February 06, 2015, 02:24:57 PM
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Wow - don't think I've seen a -28 Trust level before. Awesome effort! Grin

Yeah, I don't know how I even got that, as I have never bought or sold anything with anyone else here.  My guess is that one of the liberal college student asswipe mods here is offended by the sheer amount of TRUTH I exude about these crap coins, and is trying to destroy my trust rating, not that I ever cared about it.

It went from -6 to -4 to -28 in only a couple days, thereby proving forced manipulation by mods.  Who else could do that?
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February 06, 2015, 02:36:36 PM
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Wow - don't think I've seen a -28 Trust level before. Awesome effort! Grin

Oh the wellknown troll is back. If you look at his trusted profile you will understand. He doesn't obviously troll for no reason, he attempts to steal from others too.
And someone like him becomes a hero member of this forum, how sad.
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February 06, 2015, 02:44:11 PM
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Okay, let's separate this into the troll / steal arguments.

Troll - am I a troll for proclaiming the truth and calling people idiots when they blindly and naively keep dumping money into trying to mine crap coins that have no future?  I speak the truth.  I may have no diplomacy and I may offend people in my way of addressing these matters, but I'm not wrong in my assertions about the coins!

Steal - is it really?  If someone calls me to work on their computer, and they didn't know there was a bitcoin wallet on it, or they did know and thought it was useless, then I am not stealing, I am merely capitalizing on their ignorance for my own personal profit.  Somehow, I think that sounds better than "stealing".  So far I have not found any Bitcoin wallets, and I do check the appdata folders on every PC I get called to look at.

If I didn't save those coins and put them back in circulation, the computer likely would eventually be turned off and thrown away with those coins still on it.  And if I can make a little profit on the side, then what the hell, why not? Wink
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February 06, 2015, 02:46:48 PM
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Okay, let's separate this into the troll / steal arguments.

Troll - am I a troll for proclaiming the truth and calling people idiots when they blindly and naively keep dumping money into trying to mine crap coins that have no future?  I speak the truth.  I may have no diplomacy and I may offend people in my way of addressing these matters, but I'm not wrong in my assertions about the coins!

Steal - is it really?  If someone calls me to work on their computer, and they didn't know there was a bitcoin wallet on it, or they did know and thought it was useless, then I am not stealing, I am merely capitalizing on their ignorance for my own personal profit.  Somehow, I think that sounds better than "stealing".  So far I have not found any Bitcoin wallets, and I do check the appdata folders on every PC I get called to look at.

If I didn't save those coins and put them back in circulation, the computer likely would eventually be turned off and thrown away with those coins still on it.  And if I can make a little profit on the side, then what the hell, why not? Wink

It said all, no need to discuss anymore  Grin
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February 06, 2015, 03:02:55 PM
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Dev pool 2 is on Block 64022 where as my solo is on 64045 !
Pool wallet stuck or another fork ?
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February 06, 2015, 03:09:00 PM
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Dev pool 2 is on Block 64022 where as my solo is on 64045 !
Pool wallet stuck or another fork ?
Wallet was stuck, restarted and pool will be back as soon as it catches back up.

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February 06, 2015, 03:11:12 PM
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pool.burstcoin.it updated to 1.2.2   Grin
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