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August 21, 2014, 10:44:55 PM
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Twitter Post
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Great innovation here that can be used to built a very powerful and useful crypto platform!

Please develop this further Smiley

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We need more social advertising!

Very good article. Burst needs more PR, website and social media.

The Burstdev is concerned with the development. But the community can help with PR, website and donate.

This is a great and innovative coin, but we can make it even more.
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August 21, 2014, 10:46:10 PM
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Burst

For those, who want to trade BURST, I've created the BURST Gateway at the Nxt decentralized (= trustless) Asset Exchange (AE):

BURST Gateway address: BURST-MCHC-LBKK-ZLZY-C3XL5

Asset Name: 1000BURST

Asset ID: 251006016744564741

Each one asset represents 1000 BURST coins.


You can check 1000BURST trading volumes here or here or here!

To buy some BURST coins (1000BURST assets) just click on one of public Nxt nodes:
    http://217.17.88.5:7876/          http://109.230.224.65:7876/
     http://vps4.nxtcrypto.org:7876/  http://vps8.nxtcrypto.org:7876/   http://nxt.ravensbloodrealms.com:7876/
     https://miasik.no-ip.org:7876/    https://162.243.145.83:7876/

and enter 251006016744564741 (1000BURST asset ID) at "Asset Exchange".

To sell your BURTS coins at Asset Exchange, you should:

1] Obtain 1000BURST asset for your BURST coins (click on  one of public Nxt nodes, get NXT address, and do 1] below);
2] Place sell order with your brand-new 1000BURST asset at Nxt Asset Exchange (at Nxt public node go to "Asset Exchange");
3] When somebody buy you 1000BURST asset, you'll get some NXT coins (according to your price);
4] Sell that NXT coins at https://www.cryptsy.com/ or keep them if you want.

So, 1] to get 1000BURST asset just send your BURST coins (you can change the fee to 1 BURST!) to the BURST Gateway address BURST-MCHC-LBKK-ZLZY-C3XL5 and send an Arbitrary Message containing 1) your NXT address (not in numeric, but in alpha-numeric format, like NXT-VVTV-U25N-U2FY-2V35H) and 2) Public Key ("Account Balance" -> "More info").
(I'll send 5 NXT along with a 1000BURST assets to depositors who do not have any NXT, so that they will be able to place orders and pay 1 NXT network commission)

To guarantee smooth withdrawals, the amount of the 1000BURST assets in circulation will always be less then the balance of the BURST Gateway address (BURST-MCHC-LBKK-ZLZY-C3XL5).
No sell orders from the issuing account will be placed.


To withdraw your 1000BURST assets (to convert them to BURST coins) you should transfer your assets to the issuing account (NXT-VVTV-U25N-U2FY-2V35H) _and_ in the attached message place your BURST address (not in numeric, but in alpha-numeric format, like BURST-MCHC-LBKK-ZLZY-C3XL5).

Deposit/Withdrawal time: 12 hours max., usually much faster.

Fees: currently 1% Deposits (0% for first 5 deposits - there were > 5 already), 1% Withdrawals (subject to change).

Amount of BURST coins to deposit: minimum 1000 BURST  (subject to change)

Amount of 1000BURST assets to withdraw: minimum 1 * 1000BURST asset  (subject to change)


To trade on Asset Exchange without local Nxt client you can use one of the public Nxt nodes, or SecureAE/ web platform.

You can buy some BURST coins (1000BURST assets) at Asset Exchange directly for BTC via http://www.SecureAE.com/ , or with NXT coins.
You can get some NXT for fiat at instant automated exchange https://coinomat.com/ , or at CCEDK exchange (including North European currencies), or at p2p exchange https://nxtex.net/ (for PayPal, like at Localbitcoins). Or you can use cryptoexchanges like https://www.cryptsy.com/, https://poloniex.com/ ,  https://hitbtc.com/ , http://www.btc38.com/ .  Be aware: BTer was hacked, so they stopped NXT/BTC trading.


Happy BURST trading!



For those who do not know: the trading at decentralized Asset Exchange is safe and trustless, because the trade occurs in a single transaction.
And Asset Exchange cannot be suspended (like DGex) or hacked (like BTer), or collapsed (like shareXcoin).

The only threat is that the issuer can refuse to withdraw. But I will not, please check my profiles at BTT (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=147961) and nxtforum (https://nxtforum.org/index.php?action=profile;u=15),
also you can check the trade volume of the similar FIMK Gateway: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=633304.msg8097620#msg8097620 (4.5 mil FIM/week):

this is a little bit hard to understand  Shocked

But i have send 1000 Burst  with a message containing a NXT acc and a sell key, am i doing it the right way or not ??
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August 21, 2014, 10:54:47 PM
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We should plan on getting on a REAL exchange soon.   Undecided

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August 21, 2014, 10:57:12 PM
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Let's see if I understand this correctly.  In order to run 2 4 TB drives worth of plots, on a computer with another smaller drive as its boot drive (Windows 7 64 bit), I need to:

1. Download the 1.0.2 wallet and miner folders onto each freshly formatted hard drive.  Since I already have my folders on my laptop, I can just Copy and Paste them to a flash drive, then onto the other 4 TB drives.  This will negate the need to generate a new wallet address and all coins will go to the wallet I already have?

2. Go onto 1 of the 4 TB drives, and have the miner start generating a plot.  I'll make 1 plot the size of the whole drive.  And take care to number the plot of one drive differently than any other plot on any other drive going to my wallet?  So drive 1 might read plot 1 to 5000000, and drive 2 would then have to be 5000001 to 10000000 (Those are just made up numbers).  Drive 3 might be 10000001 to 15000000, drive 4 would be 15000001 to 20000000, etc?

3. Go onto the other 4 TB hard drive, and have its miner program start making a plot also.  Can I make both hard drives' plots at the same time, or only one at a time?  I have 2 identical motherboards in my GPU miners, I could put one 4 TB drive on each to make the plots simultaneously, then put both drives on one PC?

4. Once that is done, just go to each 4 TB drive, open the miner folder, and click run_mine, so I have 2 run_mine command line windows open, and 2 BURST windows open?

Yes?

Tell me again, it is 4096 units per GB?  So a 100 GB plot file would have numbers from 1 to 409600?

16384000 would be the right number for a 4000 GB (3.90 TB) plot file?

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Could the plot range checker be modified so it also reports any gaps ?



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August 21, 2014, 11:22:54 PM
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Let's see if I understand this correctly.  In order to run 2 4 TB drives worth of plots, on a computer with another smaller drive as its boot drive (Windows 7 64 bit), I need to:

1. Download the 1.0.2 wallet and miner folders onto each freshly formatted hard drive.  Since I already have my folders on my laptop, I can just Copy and Paste them to a flash drive, then onto the other 4 TB drives.  This will negate the need to generate a new wallet address and all coins will go to the wallet I already have?

2. Go onto 1 of the 4 TB drives, and have the miner start generating a plot.  I'll make 1 plot the size of the whole drive.  And take care to number the plot of one drive differently than any other plot on any other drive going to my wallet?  So drive 1 might read plot 1 to 5000000, and drive 2 would then have to be 5000001 to 10000000 (Those are just made up numbers).  Drive 3 might be 10000001 to 15000000, drive 4 would be 15000001 to 20000000, etc?

3. Go onto the other 4 TB hard drive, and have its miner program start making a plot also.  Can I make both hard drives' plots at the same time, or only one at a time?  I have 2 identical motherboards in my GPU miners, I could put one 4 TB drive on each to make the plots simultaneously, then put both drives on one PC?

4. Once that is done, just go to each 4 TB drive, open the miner folder, and click run_mine, so I have 2 run_mine command line windows open, and 2 BURST windows open?

Yes?

Tell me again, it is 4096 units per GB?  So a 100 GB plot file would have numbers from 1 to 409600?

16384000 would be the right number for a 4000 GB plot file?



1.
First your need the Wallet to generate your adress. Your can use 1 central Wallet for many miners and other systems. But the wallet must be opened for other network Systems.
Go to Burst/conf/ nxt-default
Change in This Config under
#### API SERVER ####

nxt.allowedBotHosts=0.0.0.0; *
nxt.apiServerHost=0.0.0.0

This 2 point from local to open for all or your IPs.

look at the manual in the first post für the miner and genrate.

2.

Volumen : 256 = nuancen
4000000000 : 256 = 15.625.000

With 4 Plots your need 4 plots with 3900000

Plot 1:          Startpoint   plotsize
*youradress* 0              3900000 1000 cores
Plot 2:
*youradress* 3900000    3900000 1000 cores
Plot 3:
*youradress* 7800000    3900000 1000 cores
Plot 4:
*youradress* 11700000  3900000 1000 cores

3. Your can generating more plots if your have enough CPU cores. Smiley

4. Yes and your can mine and generationg an the same time.
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August 21, 2014, 11:23:13 PM
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Let's see if I understand this correctly.  In order to run 2 4 TB drives worth of plots, on a computer with another smaller drive as its boot drive (Windows 7 64 bit), I need to:

1. Download the 1.0.2 wallet and miner folders onto each freshly formatted hard drive.  Since I already have my folders on my laptop, I can just Copy and Paste them to a flash drive, then onto the other 4 TB drives.  This will negate the need to generate a new wallet address and all coins will go to the wallet I already have?

2. Go onto 1 of the 4 TB drives, and have the miner start generating a plot.  I'll make 1 plot the size of the whole drive.  And take care to number the plot of one drive differently than any other plot on any other drive going to my wallet?  So drive 1 might read plot 1 to 5000000, and drive 2 would then have to be 5000001 to 10000000 (Those are just made up numbers).  Drive 3 might be 10000001 to 15000000, drive 4 would be 15000001 to 20000000, etc?

3. Go onto the other 4 TB hard drive, and have its miner program start making a plot also.  Can I make both hard drives' plots at the same time, or only one at a time?  I have 2 identical motherboards in my GPU miners, I could put one 4 TB drive on each to make the plots simultaneously, then put both drives on one PC?

4. Once that is done, just go to each 4 TB drive, open the miner folder, and click run_mine, so I have 2 run_mine command line windows open, and 2 BURST windows open?

Yes?

Tell me again, it is 4096 units per GB?  So a 100 GB plot file would have numbers from 1 to 409600?

16384000 would be the right number for a 4000 GB (3.90 TB) plot file?



You can make it even simpler by just doing a JBOD/Spanning volume and make the drives recognized as a single 8TB drive. Then you can just put one miner and one wallet. You might have to make the volume a GPT, not MBR.

CRYPTSY exchange: https://www.cryptsy.com/users/register?refid=9017 BURST= BURST-TE3W-CFGH-7343-6VM6R BTC=1CNsqGUR9YJNrhydQZnUPbaDv6h4uaYCHv ETH=0x144bc9fe471d3c71d8e09d58060d78661b1d4f32 SHF=0x13a0a2cb0d55eca975cf2d97015f7d580ce52d85 EXP=0xd71921dca837e415a58ca0d6dd2223cc84e0ea2f SC=6bdf9d12a983fed6723abad91a39be4f95d227f9bdb0490de3b8e5d45357f63d564638b1bd71 CLAMS=xGVTdM9EJpNBCYAjHFVxuZGcqvoL22nP6f SOIL=0x8b5c989bc931c0769a50ecaf9ffe490c67cb5911
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August 21, 2014, 11:23:29 PM
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Could the plot range checker be modified so it also reports any gaps ?

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I've thought the same!
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August 21, 2014, 11:26:17 PM
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Could the plot range checker be modified so it also reports any gaps ?

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I've thought the same!

Gaps are not troublesome, and wouldn't be worth the effort of filling in, when you could just continue where your last plot left off.

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August 21, 2014, 11:32:27 PM
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Hey, no matter what i do, i just get

error: unable to get mining info from wallet

burst is definitely running, and i got an address to generate blocks and mine from from the pool.

that happened to me to. I had to adjust the pool IP and port. (in the mine.bat)

You need to have it like this on the last part of the line:


http://198.199.103.145:8121

any extra spaces or colons will break it.




I did that
what is this problem?



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Hey, no matter what i do, i just get

error: unable to get mining info from wallet

burst is definitely running, and i got an address to generate blocks and mine from from the pool.

that happened to me to. I had to adjust the pool IP and port. (in the mine.bat)

You need to have it like this on the last part of the line:


http://198.199.103.145:8121

any extra spaces or colons will break it.




I did that
what is this problem?





Your miner didn't find a share that is 50,000 or lower deadline. That's fine, it will take some time.

CRYPTSY exchange: https://www.cryptsy.com/users/register?refid=9017 BURST= BURST-TE3W-CFGH-7343-6VM6R BTC=1CNsqGUR9YJNrhydQZnUPbaDv6h4uaYCHv ETH=0x144bc9fe471d3c71d8e09d58060d78661b1d4f32 SHF=0x13a0a2cb0d55eca975cf2d97015f7d580ce52d85 EXP=0xd71921dca837e415a58ca0d6dd2223cc84e0ea2f SC=6bdf9d12a983fed6723abad91a39be4f95d227f9bdb0490de3b8e5d45357f63d564638b1bd71 CLAMS=xGVTdM9EJpNBCYAjHFVxuZGcqvoL22nP6f SOIL=0x8b5c989bc931c0769a50ecaf9ffe490c67cb5911
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August 22, 2014, 12:04:44 AM
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Hey, no matter what i do, i just get

error: unable to get mining info from wallet

burst is definitely running, and i got an address to generate blocks and mine from from the pool.

that happened to me to. I had to adjust the pool IP and port. (in the mine.bat)

You need to have it like this on the last part of the line:


http://198.199.103.145:8121

any extra spaces or colons will break it.




I did that
what is this problem?





Your miner didn't find a share that is 50,000 or lower deadline. That's fine, it will take some time.

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I have some trouble with mining my pool plot with linux. Actually there's only a mine.BAT and copy'n'paste it into a .sh file doesn't start the mining process without errors.

 Any ideas?

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August 22, 2014, 12:14:12 AM
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Trying now.

2TB and java -Xmx750m .




@BurstBurst:
What is plot file size and your available RAM and your run_mine command ?

try  -Xmx1500m

i had the same settings as u burstburst. i've upped the allowance to 1024m and so far so good. the pc i'm running it on is a win 8.1 with 4bg of ram and running java 1.7.0_60-b19


mine stopped again. i've upped it again to 1350m. tried 1536m but my system couldn't spare that extra due to other mining software running on this machine. if that doesn't work i'm going to try a diff java version next.


even after adding an additional 4gb of ram i was unable to push the max java heap size beyond 1450m and it ran out of mem again sometime last night with about 2.5tb plot size. so installed jre8 64 bit version of java and can now alloc beyond 1500m and am trying 1750m. so it does look like you need java 64 bit version to handle the more mem required when your plot sizes go beyond 2TB in total.

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Mined 9 blocks after 11 days. Keep Going....

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You can make it even simpler by just doing a JBOD/Spanning volume and make the drives recognized as a single 8TB drive. Then you can just put one miner and one wallet. You might have to make the volume a GPT, not MBR.

I thought of trying that, but how long would it take an AMD quad core (I think its a 4130) to plot 8 GB?  I have 2 computers with the same model motherboard, I could plot one on each then put both drives in one pc to save time, I think.

And is it 4096 per GB?

Whats the details on the mining pool, and would I have to re-plot the drives if I joined the pool?
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August 22, 2014, 12:32:25 AM
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You can make it even simpler by just doing a JBOD/Spanning volume and make the drives recognized as a single 8TB drive. Then you can just put one miner and one wallet. You might have to make the volume a GPT, not MBR.

I thought of trying that, but how long would it take an AMD quad core (I think its a 4130) to plot 8 GB?  I have 2 computers with the same model motherboard, I could plot one on each then put both drives in one pc to save time, I think.

And is it 4096 per GB?

Whats the details on the mining pool, and would I have to re-plot the drives if I joined the pool?

Your CPU would probably take a bit over a week and a half to plot 8TB of data, given my 8350s take about an eigth of that time for 2TB. They are overclocked a few hundred megahertz, but nothing significant.

Yup, you could move the drive over from a 'generation' computer to a mining computer with ease. Easiest method is to simply run a different miner for each drive.

4096 plots per GB of data, as each plot is 256kb in size.

Joining a pool currently would require a replot of your drives using the public key (address) of an account owned and controlled by the BURST pool.

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August 22, 2014, 01:09:24 AM
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How much power do you guys have on the pool? Got 400 GB myself, slowing working towards 1 TB.



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August 22, 2014, 01:18:51 AM
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How much power do you guys have on the pool? Got 400 GB myself, slowing working towards 1 TB.

A few TB being plotted now, probably about 15TB within the next week or so.

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August 22, 2014, 01:28:36 AM
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i am a leader !)) 36 shares ))) weeeehooooo
from 550 Gb plots

But, blockchain not dowloading(((
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