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September 08, 2014, 07:34:28 PM
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Oh shit guys.. burstfaucet.com sorry

BURST: BURST-ZRT2-GB5S-A6CS-HBVAE
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September 08, 2014, 07:41:18 PM
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This is normal that deadline fluctuate a lot and not really regular in size?

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September 08, 2014, 07:42:48 PM
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This is normal that deadline fluctuate a lot and not really regular in size?

yeah, it's like mining in solo
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September 08, 2014, 07:44:14 PM
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This is normal that deadline fluctuate a lot and not really regular in size?

yeah, it's like mining in solo

Ok so i don't have to worry if i have sometimes 4numbers and sometimes 8

Do you solve your memory problem?

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September 08, 2014, 07:47:01 PM
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Oh shit guys.. burstfaucet.com sorry


i was wondering why i had a  .com in my history. haha yes

http://burstfaucet.com/

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September 08, 2014, 07:53:23 PM
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Oh shit guys.. burstfaucet.com sorry


i was wondering why i had a  .com in my history. haha yes

http://burstfaucet.com/

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I suspect BurstFaucet might be getting the same DDOS attack that was affecting burstmultipool.com earlier.

Pool is up, btw, so use your legacy miners to BURST!

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September 08, 2014, 08:05:17 PM
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Looking for miners (ASIC ones especially!)
http://burstmultipool.com!
scrypt: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:3333
sha: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:5555
x11: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:4444
Keccak: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:6666
scrypt-n: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:2222

Choosing a coin is kinda tough if you don't already know what algo it uses.
It would be nice to have the site updated to list the algo next to the names of the coins.

Also, when clicking on a coin (myriadcoin), it states:
Username: your myriadcoin wallet address

...I assume this means your BurstCoin wallet address and not a wallet for that specific coin, right? (might want to update that as well)
or are those for direct mining those coins?

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September 08, 2014, 08:14:09 PM
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This is normal that deadline fluctuate a lot and not really regular in size?

yeah, it's like mining in solo

Ok so i don't have to worry if i have sometimes 4numbers and sometimes 8

Do you solve your memory problem?

no lol, but it's releated to the paging file of the kernel memory, check your and tell me

anyway i'm installing linux fuck that shit lol
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September 08, 2014, 08:16:27 PM
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Oh shit guys.. burstfaucet.com sorry


i was wondering why i had a  .com in my history. haha yes

http://burstfaucet.com/

It's working fine for me, and no issue at all.
But nothing explain there how much Burstcoin we will get everytime.


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Is there any wiki/repository on plot speed vs cpu?
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September 08, 2014, 08:21:48 PM
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Would someone be so kind as to explain, or point me to where the explanation is, for the stats I am seeing on burst-pool.cryptoport.io ?
Specifically -- the deadline column.

I see deadlines in the Current Round Stats panel from an hour to 3,000+ years.
What, how is that used?

I will NEVER ask for any kind of funds up front in a buy/sale of anything on bitcointalk.

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September 08, 2014, 08:22:34 PM
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A little update on the overlap-tool:

It now shows which of your plots found which blocks. Just check "Get additional information from server"

https://bchain.info/BURST/tools/overlap
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September 08, 2014, 08:26:14 PM
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Looking for miners (ASIC ones especially!)
http://burstmultipool.com!
scrypt: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:3333
sha: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:5555
x11: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:4444
Keccak: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:6666
scrypt-n: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:2222

Choosing a coin is kinda tough if you don't already know what algo it uses.
It would be nice to have the site updated to list the algo next to the names of the coins.

Also, when clicking on a coin (myriadcoin), it states:
Username: your myriadcoin wallet address

...I assume this means your BurstCoin wallet address and not a wallet for that specific coin, right? (might want to update that as well)
or are those for direct mining those coins?
I'm pretty sure that the front end is a copy/paste of another pool, which is why parts of it really don't make sense. Hopefully he'll get it cleaned up and customized for BURST, but in the mean time, don't try to pick a coin, just pick one of the algos he lists, the pool will automatically mine the best coin for that algo.
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September 08, 2014, 08:29:55 PM
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A little update on the overlap-tool:

It now shows which of your plots found which blocks. Just check "Get additional information from server"

https://bchain.info/BURST/tools/overlap

no blocks for me
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September 08, 2014, 08:32:28 PM
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Is there any wiki/repository on plot speed vs cpu?

Not that I know of. Here's some basic performance metrics on Centos 6.5 with dcct's linux plotgen:
i5-2400: 3400 nonces/min
E5-2560v2: 7000 nonces/min
E5-2670v2: 7100 nonces/min
2xE5-2560v2: 13900 nonces/min
i7-3770k: 4300 nonces/min
FX-8350 @ 4.2GHz: 3500 nonces/min

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September 08, 2014, 08:34:04 PM
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Why i cant use more ram than -Xmx750m  in run_generate.bat. if i set up more wont start
My pc is I5 whit 8gb ram
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September 08, 2014, 08:36:12 PM
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Looking for miners (ASIC ones especially!)
http://burstmultipool.com!
scrypt: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:3333
sha: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:5555
x11: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:4444
Keccak: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:6666
scrypt-n: stratum+tcp://pool.burstmultipool.com:2222

Choosing a coin is kinda tough if you don't already know what algo it uses.
It would be nice to have the site updated to list the algo next to the names of the coins.

Also, when clicking on a coin (myriadcoin), it states:
Username: your myriadcoin wallet address

...I assume this means your BurstCoin wallet address and not a wallet for that specific coin, right? (might want to update that as well)
or are those for direct mining those coins?
I'm pretty sure that the front end is a copy/paste of another pool, which is why parts of it really don't make sense. Hopefully he'll get it cleaned up and customized for BURST, but in the mean time, don't try to pick a coin, just pick one of the algos he lists, the pool will automatically mine the best coin for that algo.
ty, fixed the issue where it was saying to use the specific coin wallets as worker names

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September 08, 2014, 08:40:00 PM
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getting 4800 - 4900 / min with i7 3770 NON K - stock speed of course.
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September 08, 2014, 08:40:43 PM
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PS, anybody mining on BurstMP.com - it doesn't look like you've solved a block yet, so I don't think any of you are going to get paid.
Jump on BurstMultipool.com and you can actually see what coins you're mining and stuff!

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