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August 20, 2014, 05:11:54 AM
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Has anyone made a calculator estimating number of blocks found per gb at current diff?

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August 20, 2014, 05:24:31 AM
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dev, you can send 1 coin to save my wallet? thank you
BURST-7FA6-....-....-.....

- please, do not mislead people. Your wallet already protected with 64bit security, and you (and with this version of vallet only you) can extend that security to 128bit by sending (not receiving) coins (or by making another kind of outgoing transaction: Arbitrary Message, Alias).

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August 20, 2014, 05:37:17 AM
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I finished generate plot 1.6 TB on computer with 3 GB of RAM. Everythnki seems to be ok but after couple hours of mining miner crash with message about out of memory (Next time i write it down) Memory usage is sometimes 70% sometimes 35%. I dont know what is going. Sometimes it is crashed at night and i have no miner fo 8 hours :/ Any advice ?
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August 20, 2014, 05:38:19 AM
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dev, you can send 1 coin to save my wallet? thank you
BURST-7FA6-....-....-.....

- please, do not mislead people. Your wallet already protected with 64bit security, and you (and with this version of vallet only you) can extend that security to 128bit by sending (not receiving) coins (or by making another kind of outgoing transaction: Arbitrary Message, Alias).

As I know - 256 bit (32 byte).

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August 20, 2014, 05:44:06 AM
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Plz someone fill my order on nxt ae....i just want some burst and only have nxt :0 65 nxt for 1k burst....sounds like a deal to me

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August 20, 2014, 05:50:41 AM
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dev, you can send 1 coin to save my wallet? thank you
BURST-7FA6-....-....-.....
- please, do not mislead people. Your wallet already protected with 64bit security, and you (and with this version of vallet only you) can extend that security to 128bit by sending (not receiving) coins (or by making another kind of outgoing transaction: Arbitrary Message, Alias).
As I know - 256 bit (32 byte).
- the keys are 256 bits, but Curve25519 itself is 128bit strong.

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August 20, 2014, 05:53:35 AM
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I finished generate plot 1.6 TB on computer with 3 GB of RAM. Everythnki seems to be ok but after couple hours of mining miner crash with message about out of memory (Next time i write it down) Memory usage is sometimes 70% sometimes 35%. I dont know what is going. Sometimes it is crashed at night and i have no miner fo 8 hours :/ Any advice ?

1. Change you cmd file to
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java.exe -Xmx750m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner mine "http://127.0.0.1:8125"%*
goto START
If the miner will fail, then will start again.
For stop you should use Task Manager or ctrl+c in the console.

2. Add addition RAM.
3. Try to -Xmx1024M instead of -Xmx750M (but I doubt this is the reason).

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August 20, 2014, 06:08:16 AM
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utah_Data_Center

"An article by Forbes estimates the storage capacity as between 3 and 12 exabytes"

1Exabyte = 1million Terabytes.

What if they would troll us with mining burst?^^

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Now since the asset exchange the coin is being priced on 10k (per block) basic because their is no pool.  With no real exchange or pool (so far) the price will be based off this and no real chance for the market cap to increase since its not readily available.   In other words, very hard to  mine and worth very little.....

Poloniex has NXT, maybe it's not difficult to add the BURST.
You can send the "new coin request": https://poloniex.com/coinRequest

Most exchanges won't accept a coin without a mining pool. Usually, they want a block explorer and mining pool at least.

Can someone explain that better.. will burst not reach any bigger exchange? :x
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August 20, 2014, 06:19:36 AM
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- the keys are 256 bits, but Curve25519 itself is 128bit strong.
The Curve 25519 from the source of NXT operates 32 byte, but I did not go into details.
In any case it does not matter, you should brute-force 64/256 bit key if you want to sign somebody else's transaction.

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Until you send some Nxt from your account, it will be protected only by 64-bit entropy. As soon as one outgoing transaction is made your account will receive a public key and it will be protected by 256-bit entropy, much more secure. As a result, we recommend issuing a transaction (by sending Nxt, registering an alias, or sending a message) as soon as possible after Nxt is deposited into your account for the first time.

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August 20, 2014, 06:20:49 AM
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Plz someone fill my order on nxt ae....i just want some burst and only have nxt :0 65 nxt for 1k burst....sounds like a deal to me
yes, and if someone want to sell up to 76`000 BURST at 0.00350 BTC/1000BURST, he can do it right now:

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Buy Orders (7)
Account                     Quantity   Price   Total
NXT-S27N-JBGA-J8QD-AMAT8         1   65   65
NXT-JZ7R-3DTT-HUMN-GUBYX   76.24   50   3'812

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August 20, 2014, 06:51:31 AM
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Alright, pool is now finally up. Disclaimer, this has hardly been tested, so there could be bugs.

pocminer_pool: https://mega.co.nz/#!7hwHQJLZ!-waC7CwWeMStkdAwjEVbew1fN_YqeZDRWMWfCylaNPo
(I know I shouldn't have made a separate miner, but it needs an overhaul anyway, so that'll be coming at a later time)

pocminer_pool does both solo and pool mining. plot files that have a corresponding passphrase in the passphrases.txt file are solomined if you have your wallet running, and plot files without a passphrase are assumed to be for the pool

edit the pool ip into the mine.bat file.

go to the pool at http://198.199.103.145:8121/
put your payout address(BURST- address) into the textbox, and submit it to get a generate address
generate your plots for that
target deadline is currently set to 20000, so you'll get a pool share for every deadline under 20k your miner finds.
When the pool finds a block, the reward is given out proportionally to the number of shares each person submitted since the last found block
payout should be instant when a block is found, since there is no block maturing time.

If anyone wants to host their own, code is on github, and you need the lastest client from github also.

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August 20, 2014, 06:55:05 AM
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Alright, pool is now finally up. Disclaimer, this has hardly been tested, so there could be bugs.

pocminer_pool: https://mega.co.nz/#!7hwHQJLZ!-waC7CwWeMStkdAwjEVbew1fN_YqeZDRWMWfCylaNPo
(I know I shouldn't have made a separate miner, but it needs an overhaul anyway, so that'll be coming at a later time)

pocminer_pool does both solo and pool mining. plot files that have a corresponding passphrase in the passphrases.txt file are solomined if you have your wallet running, and plot files without a passphrase are assumed to be for the pool

edit the pool ip into the mine.bat file.

go to the pool at http://198.199.103.145:8121/
put your payout address(BURST- address) into the textbox, and submit it to get a generate address
generate your plots for that
target deadline is currently set to 20000, so you'll get a pool share for every deadline under 20k your miner finds.
When the pool finds a block, the reward is given out proportionally to the number of shares each person submitted since the last found block
payout should be instant when a block is found, since there is no block maturing time.

If anyone wants to host their own, code is on github, and you need the lastest client from github also.
Great news! Thanks
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August 20, 2014, 07:00:43 AM
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Is that storage put to use or simply wasted as hashing power in Bitcoin?

As I remember, in Storj, people can actually store stuff on that disk space.

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Alright, pool is now finally up. Disclaimer, this has hardly been tested, so there could be bugs.

pocminer_pool: https://mega.co.nz/#!7hwHQJLZ!-waC7CwWeMStkdAwjEVbew1fN_YqeZDRWMWfCylaNPo
(I know I shouldn't have made a separate miner, but it needs an overhaul anyway, so that'll be coming at a later time)

pocminer_pool does both solo and pool mining. plot files that have a corresponding passphrase in the passphrases.txt file are solomined if you have your wallet running, and plot files without a passphrase are assumed to be for the pool

edit the pool ip into the mine.bat file.

go to the pool at http://198.199.103.145:8121/
put your payout address(BURST- address) into the textbox, and submit it to get a generate address
generate your plots for that
target deadline is currently set to 20000, so you'll get a pool share for every deadline under 20k your miner finds.
When the pool finds a block, the reward is given out proportionally to the number of shares each person submitted since the last found block
payout should be instant when a block is found, since there is no block maturing time.

If anyone wants to host their own, code is on github, and you need the lastest client from github also.
you need to explain better this.
Is hardly to understand something here.
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August 20, 2014, 07:06:27 AM
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Do we need to regenerate a new plot file with new pocminer_pool?

Alright, pool is now finally up. Disclaimer, this has hardly been tested, so there could be bugs.

pocminer_pool: https://mega.co.nz/#!7hwHQJLZ!-waC7CwWeMStkdAwjEVbew1fN_YqeZDRWMWfCylaNPo
(I know I shouldn't have made a separate miner, but it needs an overhaul anyway, so that'll be coming at a later time)

pocminer_pool does both solo and pool mining. plot files that have a corresponding passphrase in the passphrases.txt file are solomined if you have your wallet running, and plot files without a passphrase are assumed to be for the pool

edit the pool ip into the mine.bat file.

go to the pool at http://198.199.103.145:8121/
put your payout address(BURST- address) into the textbox, and submit it to get a generate address
generate your plots for that
target deadline is currently set to 20000, so you'll get a pool share for every deadline under 20k your miner finds.
When the pool finds a block, the reward is given out proportionally to the number of shares each person submitted since the last found block
payout should be instant when a block is found, since there is no block maturing time.

If anyone wants to host their own, code is on github, and you need the lastest client from github also.
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August 20, 2014, 07:07:57 AM
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So I just mined a block and it showed in in the burst web interface (127.0.0.1:8125) and I just checked the web interface again about an hour or so later and the mined coins are gone? Under Blocks, in the web interface, it doesnt show up anymore either. What the hell?

This happened to me as well. Make sure your system time is synced with the internet time server of your choice. If your computer is off by even 10 seconds, you will have problems mining. Sounds weird, but it is very important for NXT based coins. After I synced my computer my found blocks stayed in my wallet.

Interesting as the 2 other blocks I have mined have not suffered the same fate. Why this block?
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August 20, 2014, 07:15:24 AM
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Do we need to regenerate a new plot file with new pocminer_pool?

Alright, pool is now finally up. Disclaimer, this has hardly been tested, so there could be bugs.

pocminer_pool: https://mega.co.nz/#!7hwHQJLZ!-waC7CwWeMStkdAwjEVbew1fN_YqeZDRWMWfCylaNPo
(I know I shouldn't have made a separate miner, but it needs an overhaul anyway, so that'll be coming at a later time)

pocminer_pool does both solo and pool mining. plot files that have a corresponding passphrase in the passphrases.txt file are solomined if you have your wallet running, and plot files without a passphrase are assumed to be for the pool

edit the pool ip into the mine.bat file.

go to the pool at http://198.199.103.145:8121/
put your payout address(BURST- address) into the textbox, and submit it to get a generate address
generate your plots for that
target deadline is currently set to 20000, so you'll get a pool share for every deadline under 20k your miner finds.
When the pool finds a block, the reward is given out proportionally to the number of shares each person submitted since the last found block
payout should be instant when a block is found, since there is no block maturing time.

If anyone wants to host their own, code is on github, and you need the lastest client from github also.
Yes, to use this type of pool you need to generate plots for the address it gives you. Personally, I'd keep on solo mining with existing plots rather than replace them if you're still getting something occasionally.

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August 20, 2014, 07:17:34 AM
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It took my PC more than a week to generate a 2TB+ Plot. I'm will continue solo MINE than. Thank.


Do we need to regenerate a new plot file with new pocminer_pool?

Alright, pool is now finally up. Disclaimer, this has hardly been tested, so there could be bugs.

pocminer_pool: https://mega.co.nz/#!7hwHQJLZ!-waC7CwWeMStkdAwjEVbew1fN_YqeZDRWMWfCylaNPo
(I know I shouldn't have made a separate miner, but it needs an overhaul anyway, so that'll be coming at a later time)

pocminer_pool does both solo and pool mining. plot files that have a corresponding passphrase in the passphrases.txt file are solomined if you have your wallet running, and plot files without a passphrase are assumed to be for the pool

edit the pool ip into the mine.bat file.

go to the pool at http://198.199.103.145:8121/
put your payout address(BURST- address) into the textbox, and submit it to get a generate address
generate your plots for that
target deadline is currently set to 20000, so you'll get a pool share for every deadline under 20k your miner finds.
When the pool finds a block, the reward is given out proportionally to the number of shares each person submitted since the last found block
payout should be instant when a block is found, since there is no block maturing time.

If anyone wants to host their own, code is on github, and you need the lastest client from github also.
Yes, to use this type of pool you need to generate plots for the address it gives you. Personally, I'd keep on solo mining with existing plots rather than replace them if you're still getting something occasionally.
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August 20, 2014, 07:18:33 AM
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we need to use plots that we already created Undecided
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August 20, 2014, 07:20:55 AM
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I think this new mekanism of pool is huge setback.
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