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Author Topic: [ANN][BURST] Burst | Efficient HDD Mining | New 1.2.3 Fork block 92000  (Read 2168774 times)
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August 16, 2014, 08:10:22 PM
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BURST-CEJ9-9WFU-TCNN-DJ7JD Help me testing my wallet.
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August 16, 2014, 08:13:48 PM
Last edit: August 16, 2014, 09:01:18 PM by Wulfcastle
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I mentioned earlier today that I was going to do a redesign of the Burst UI + a new logo. Well now I've completed both of those, take a look at the screenshots below (Please let me know if there is anything I've left out or if there's anything odd in the design) :









Here is the link to the files for the UI : https://github.com/Wulfcastle/Burst-UI

How to Install :

1. Download this repo to your PC
2. Navigate to the root of your Burst folder, e.g. C:\Burst\burst_1.0.0
3. Copy and Paste the "html" folder from this repo over the existing "html" folder in your Burst root folder, overwriting previous files.

Note :

This redesign only changes the CSS & HTML files that are used on the front-end of the NRS server that runs Burst, no back-end code has been edited, nor has any of the core functionality been edited in any way.

Just bumping this to the new page.
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August 16, 2014, 08:15:16 PM
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BURST-CEJ9-9WFU-TCNN-DJ7JD Help me testing my wallet.


Done, check your balance
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August 16, 2014, 08:18:45 PM
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BURST-CEJ9-9WFU-TCNN-DJ7JD Help me testing my wallet.


Done, check your balance

Thanks! It works.

Making plots now. I never tried Next so I'm new to this.
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August 16, 2014, 08:19:47 PM
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Does this causes problems when generating plots?

generate #Adress  1300000 300000 2000 4
generate #Adress  1600000 300000 1000 2
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August 16, 2014, 08:29:42 PM
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Is this ok?

Making plots and mining at the same time?

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August 16, 2014, 08:31:37 PM
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Is this ok?

Making plots and mining at the same time?



Yeah! Perfect! If you see some errors in the mining window, it's ok! They don't affect mining!
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August 16, 2014, 08:35:57 PM
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How is the probability today to get a block? Do we have some numbers? 

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August 16, 2014, 08:37:57 PM
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For those, who want to trade BURST, I've created the BURST Gataway on Nxt Asset Exchange (AE):

Asset Name: 1000BURST

Asset ID: 251006016744564741

Trading volumes: here or here.

Each one asset represents 1000 BURST coins.

In order to sell your BURTS coins with Asset Exchange, you should:
1] Obtain 1000BURST asset for your BURST coins;
2] Place sell order with your newly 1000BURST asset at Nxt Asset Exchange (see public Nxt nodes below);
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 to the BURTS Gateaway address BURST-MCHC-LBKK-ZLZY-C3XL5 _and_ send an Arbitrary Message containing your NXT address (not in numeric, but in alpha-numeric format, like NXT-VVTV-U25N-U2FY-2V35H) to the same address.
(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 BURTS Gateaway address (BURST-MCHC-LBKK-ZLZY-C3XL5).
No sell orders from the issuing account will be placed.

To withdraw your 1000BURST assets you should transfer them to this issuing account (NXT-VVTV-U25N-U2FY-2V35H) _and_ in the attached message place your BURST address (not in numeric, but 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), 1% Withdrawals (subject to change).

Minimum Deposit: 1000 BURST  (subject to change)

Minimum Withdrawal: 1000 BURST  (subject to change)


To trade on Asset Exchange without local Nxt client you can use one of the public Nxt nodes:

http://217.17.88.5:7876/          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/


or use http://www.SecureAE.com/ 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 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 volume of the similar FIMK Gateway: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=633304.msg8097620#msg8097620

This Ratio is verry bad. 100000 Burst are 13$ an this Ratio. 1 nxt is 0.026 $.

I would call it a scam.
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August 16, 2014, 08:47:27 PM
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Statement regarding the difficulty adjustment
Anyone watching the recent blocks today has likely noticed we've had several 20+ minute blocks. The difficulty adjustment is at fault, since is only looking at the past 4 blocks. This seemed like a good idea originally to help the difficulty quickly catch up the network's actual hashrate on launch, but it only takes 2-3 fast and lucky blocks to give it enough momentum to drive it up onto the beach. A client update will be released later today.

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August 16, 2014, 08:50:31 PM
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Statement regarding the difficulty adjustment
Anyone watching the recent blocks today has likely noticed we've had several 20+ minute blocks. The difficulty adjustment is at fault, since is only looking at the past 4 blocks. This seemed like a good idea originally to help the difficulty quickly catch up the network's actual hashrate on launch, but it only takes 2-3 fast and lucky blocks to give it enough momentum to drive it up onto the beach. A client update will be released later today.

Thx for the update. I was wondering why block #1957 is almost at 10 minutes.
EDIT: Now we are at #1958 but it looks like it skipped the "deadline" when it went to #1985.
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August 16, 2014, 08:51:35 PM
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Does this causes problems when generating plots?

generate #Adress  1300000 300000 2000 4
generate #Adress  1600000 300000 1000 2

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August 16, 2014, 09:00:15 PM
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Does this causes problems when generating plots?

generate #Adress  1300000 300000 2000 4
generate #Adress  1600000 300000 1000 2



No, it shouldn't.




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August 16, 2014, 09:08:24 PM
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Is there a way to query balance and mining stats using CLI?
Linux Server doesn't have a GUI and Lynx doesn't seem to work with it.

Also I read that a different wallet address is needed for each external hard drive, is that true?
Or can the same wallet address be used?
What about copying this install to a laptop, and just adjusting the plot size for it, then running it, same wallet address etc.

maybe https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/blob/master/src/java/nxt/http/APIServlet.java contains the commands you are looking for ...

you don't need to use differenet wallet addresses ... just ensure all you plot files are linked to your miner/plots folder ...



What command would be used on which jar?

with the wallet running:
wget -qO - http://localhost:8125/burst?requestType=getAccount&account=BURST-ADDR-GOES-HERE

Thanks, I get:

[1] 5175
/pocminer_v1$ {"errorCode":3,"errorDescription":"\"account\" not specified"}
[1]+  Done                    wget -qO - http://localhost:8125/burst?requestType=getAccount



I've tried everything, always get:
pocminer_v1$ {"errorCode":3,"errorDescription":"\"account\" not specified"}

How do you get "BURST-ADDR-GOES-HERE"? I only see my password string and the converted output, which doesn't follow the public addresses I see on the forums such as BURST-CEJ9-9WFU-TCNN-XXXX

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August 16, 2014, 09:12:52 PM
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Is there a way to query balance and mining stats using CLI?
Linux Server doesn't have a GUI and Lynx doesn't seem to work with it.

Also I read that a different wallet address is needed for each external hard drive, is that true?
Or can the same wallet address be used?
What about copying this install to a laptop, and just adjusting the plot size for it, then running it, same wallet address etc.

maybe https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/blob/master/src/java/nxt/http/APIServlet.java contains the commands you are looking for ...

you don't need to use differenet wallet addresses ... just ensure all you plot files are linked to your miner/plots folder ...



What command would be used on which jar?

with the wallet running:
wget -qO - http://localhost:8125/burst?requestType=getAccount&account=BURST-ADDR-GOES-HERE

Thanks, I get:

[1] 5175
/pocminer_v1$ {"errorCode":3,"errorDescription":"\"account\" not specified"}
[1]+  Done                    wget -qO - http://localhost:8125/burst?requestType=getAccount



I've tried everything, always get:
pocminer_v1$ {"errorCode":3,"errorDescription":"\"account\" not specified"}

How do you get "BURST-ADDR-GOES-HERE"? I only see my password string and the converted output, which doesn't follow the public addresses I see on the forums such as BURST-CEJ9-9WFU-TCNN-XXXX


Log in to the wallet (with a browser) with your passphrase and in the upper left you will find your "BURST" address.
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August 16, 2014, 09:19:12 PM
Last edit: August 16, 2014, 09:39:35 PM by BitcoinDN.com
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Check it out guys.

www.burstcoins.com

I used parts of the other user's mockup, hopefully he won't mind.

if anyone wants to help its on github. https://github.com/dternyak/burstcoin
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August 16, 2014, 09:38:52 PM
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Log in to the wallet (with a browser) with your passphrase and in the upper left you will find your "BURST" address.

Current issue is that wallet PC is Linux CLI, so trying to figure out all the commands that can be ran via CLI.
The wget method seems to work, I just can't find my BURST address which then opens up CLI working, a catch 22 I think haha.

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August 16, 2014, 09:50:16 PM
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Nooo
Got my best Deadline ever: 1081
And someone different got the block. Screw You!
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August 16, 2014, 09:51:20 PM
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Are there any community members with development skills who would like to help us (the community) out?
With the approval of DEV we could assist in building other stuff so he can focus on rewriting the code to be able to mine with a pool (and some other stuff he is probably working on).

If so, send me a PM and let's see what we can achieve together!

First 5 members who send me a PM (and is willing to invest some time and skills into this coin) will receive 1000 burst each, paid from my own pocket.



this sounds like a plan but i think the main goal should be to develop a c version of the wallet and supply this to the exchanges.
the nxt hack at bter was only a matter of time cause all is based on java....

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August 16, 2014, 09:54:35 PM
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HDD mining is very interesting concept, but is this possible to use HDDs to store some "community's usefull data"? Not only reserving space for hashpower (bytepower?), something like backup entire internet on miners HDDs. It may sound ridiculous but let's think about it Smiley
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