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October 02, 2014, 10:03:50 PM
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Just so that everyone knows, I am in the process of writing an updated, detailed windows noobie getting started guide/tutorial complete with links and detailed instructions. I am about half way done, and will most likely finish it tomorrow, I will then post it on burstforum.com for everyone, and likely here as well.

Thanks!  Cool

Kinda' like this one?

This is an idiot-proof guide (hopefully) for pool mining at http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io/ using windows 64-bit, with pictures!  I got stuck a few times with setting it up, so I have included a few details and pictures that I hope will help others.

First install or update Java.  This may involve removing older versions.  http://www.java.com/en/download/help/index_installing.xml .  This should put java in C:\Windows\SysWOW64.



Install or update flash player.  You will need this to copy your account ID or numeric account ID in the BURST wallet.  http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

Download the most recent version of the BURST wallet from the first page of https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.

Download the pool miner at http://uraymeiviar.github.io/burst-miner/.

Extract these two files (the wallet and the miner) onto the drive you’re going to be using.

Go the the BURST wallet folder, run the batch file run.bat.  A command prompt window should open and run for a minute until you get a line that says “INFO: Burst server 1.1.2 started successfully” (or whichever Burst server is the most recent version).  If the window closes, it’s most likely a problem with Java, go back and make sure it’s installed correctly.  You can edit the batch file run.bat and put the word ‘pause’ in a second line to keep the window open and see what the error is.



In the wallet folder, click on the BURST wallet internet shortcut.  Create a new account.  Wait for the blockchain to download completely.  It may take a while, maybe an hour?

Go to the burstcoin faucet at http://burstfaucet.com/ and put in your wallet address, which should look something like BURST-NSRE-4KG9-6LZ4-ETTG3.  Fill out the captcha and you should receive 2 BURST.  Alternatively, if you know someone who has BURST have them send you two BURST coins.  Wait for the coins to post to your balance, then send 1 BURST to someone.  ( You can use my address, BURST-NSRE-4KG9-6LZ4-ETTG3, or the pool’s wallet address, BURST-L28E-WSYC-F4N3-B82AC, if you don’t know of anyone else with an address.)



Go to the Burst pool miner folder.  There should be 4 windows batch files.



First, edit the four batch files so that they show the location of java in SYSWOW64.  The first part of each of them should read C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java at the very beginning.

Go the the BURST wallet, click on your burst address and click ‘Copy Numeric Account ID’.  If you don’t get the drop-down it is most likely because your flash player isn’t working right.



You can also get the account ID number by going to the pool miner folder, creating a text file called ‘passphrases.txt’ and entering the passphrase for your wallet, then double-clicking on the run_dump_address.bat.  It will create a file called address.txt with your numeric account ID in it.

Now go back to the run_generate.bat batch file.  This is the file that generates your plots.  Edit it to:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate [numeric account ID] 0 xxxxxx 1000 y

where ‘xxxxx’ is the number of nonces to generate.  What this refers to is how much disk space you’re going to mine with.  It is about 4000 per Gb, so if you’re using 1000 Gb, it will be 4000000.   ‘y’ is the number of threads to use.  There are a few other changes that CAN be made to this, but it only going to run once, so as long as it works you shouldn’t worry about it too much.

In the pool miner folder, double-click on run.bat.  A window will open and close.  Now double-click on run_generate.bat and a command window will open and start generating plots.  It should start to spit out lines like so:

Generating from nonce: 0
Writing from nonce:0
Generating from nonce: 1000
Writing from nonce:1000

This means you are generating plots.  Let it run all the way through, it will stop at the number of nonces you told it to generate and close.  It will take a very long time, hours and hours.  One of my computers took 36 hours to finish.

If you are running another miner on your graphics cards (scrypt, x-11, blake, etc.), that miner might slow down until you are finished generating plots.  Don't worry, it will speed up again after the plots are finished generating.


Now to set up the pool.

Go to http://127.0.0.1:8125/rewardassignment.html.  .  Under ‘Set reward recipient:’ in the ‘passphrase’ box enter your passphrase.  In the ‘recipient’ box enter 10745596296835956940.  (The instructions for this are at http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io/howto.html )  If you did not wait for the blockchain to finish downloading in the wallet, then it won’t work.  Wait for it to finish and try again.


Now go back to the pool miner folder.  Edit the run_mine.bat batch file to:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner mine "http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io:80"

Now double-click on the run_mine.bat batch file and it should open a command window and start to run.  It should start displaying lines that look like:

[“baseTarget”:”4045283”,”height”:”16561”,”generation signature”:4e8g8gfg2fe6f204g82c9e7gh7aa87c7650g7588d9b3gh4f782219va3546c67a”]

and occasionally give you a result about submitting shares.  It may give you an error about submitting shares at first, just give it a while and it should start successfully submitting them.

When it starts successful submitting shares, you can confirm that you are mining by going to http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io/ and searching for your BURST account ID (BURST-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxx) using ctrl-f.  Again, it might take a few rounds, so give it a little time if you don’t find it.


Note: You can start mining without waiting for the plots to finish generating, you'll just have a lower chance of getting anything for it.


What my four batch files look like:

run.bat
   C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner %*

run_dump_address.bat
   C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner dumpaddr >address.txt

Run_generate:
   C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1024m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 13867756655654712537 0 3200000 1000 3

run_min.bat:
   C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner mine "http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io:80"


Many thanks to KSpinner, who wrote the first guide I went off of at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg8298999#msg8298999 and to billyboy402 at youtube who made a video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYlf1xFTHvs
Feel free to tip them or to tip me.  1 BURST is currently only $.0006, so it’s not that much.  Have fun mining!

 my BURST address: NSRE-4KG9-6LZ4-ETTG3

****EDIT:***
I wasn't getting anything off of two of my computers with the stagger only at 10.  I made a change to the stagger and it seems to be working better.  The changed was made to the run_generate.bat file, I changed '10' to '1000' so that my run_generate.bat was read as:  C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate [numeric account ID] 0 xxxxxx 1000 y.  It seems to work better.


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-> Deadline-Limit 43200 (5 days)
43200 s / 5 = 8640 s -> would be a very short day ^^

yeah need more one zero, WTH
43k deadline limit is hard. You might want to up that a bit.

Does pool 3 take just your best deadline, or all your deadlines under the limit?

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-> Deadline-Limit 43200 (5 days)
43200 s / 5 = 8640 s -> would be a very short day ^^

yeah need more one zero, WTH
43k deadline limit is hard. You might want to up that a bit.

Does pool 3 take just your best deadline, or all your deadlines under the limit?

I'm pretty sure the chart is wrong and that the max deadline is 432,000.  If you go to http://pool3.burstcoin.io/ and click on 'how it works', 432,000 is manually typed-out twice.

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October 02, 2014, 10:26:00 PM
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Just so that everyone knows, I am in the process of writing an updated, detailed windows noobie getting started guide/tutorial complete with links and detailed instructions. I am about half way done, and will most likely finish it tomorrow, I will then post it on burstforum.com for everyone, and likely here as well.

Thanks!  Cool

Kinda' like this one?

This is an idiot-proof guide (hopefully) for pool mining at http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io/ using windows 64-bit, with pictures!  I got stuck a few times with setting it up, so I have included a few details and pictures that I hope will help others.

First install or update Java.  This may involve removing older versions.  http://www.java.com/en/download/help/index_installing.xml .  This should put java in C:\Windows\SysWOW64.



Install or update flash player.  You will need this to copy your account ID or numeric account ID in the BURST wallet.  http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

Download the most recent version of the BURST wallet from the first page of https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.

Download the pool miner at http://uraymeiviar.github.io/burst-miner/.

Extract these two files (the wallet and the miner) onto the drive you’re going to be using.

Go the the BURST wallet folder, run the batch file run.bat.  A command prompt window should open and run for a minute until you get a line that says “INFO: Burst server 1.1.2 started successfully” (or whichever Burst server is the most recent version).  If the window closes, it’s most likely a problem with Java, go back and make sure it’s installed correctly.  You can edit the batch file run.bat and put the word ‘pause’ in a second line to keep the window open and see what the error is.



In the wallet folder, click on the BURST wallet internet shortcut.  Create a new account.  Wait for the blockchain to download completely.  It may take a while, maybe an hour?

Go to the burstcoin faucet at http://burstfaucet.com/ and put in your wallet address, which should look something like BURST-NSRE-4KG9-6LZ4-ETTG3.  Fill out the captcha and you should receive 2 BURST.  Alternatively, if you know someone who has BURST have them send you two BURST coins.  Wait for the coins to post to your balance, then send 1 BURST to someone.  ( You can use my address, BURST-NSRE-4KG9-6LZ4-ETTG3, or the pool’s wallet address, BURST-L28E-WSYC-F4N3-B82AC, if you don’t know of anyone else with an address.)



Go to the Burst pool miner folder.  There should be 4 windows batch files.



First, edit the four batch files so that they show the location of java in SYSWOW64.  The first part of each of them should read C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java at the very beginning.

Go the the BURST wallet, click on your burst address and click ‘Copy Numeric Account ID’.  If you don’t get the drop-down it is most likely because your flash player isn’t working right.



You can also get the account ID number by going to the pool miner folder, creating a text file called ‘passphrases.txt’ and entering the passphrase for your wallet, then double-clicking on the run_dump_address.bat.  It will create a file called address.txt with your numeric account ID in it.

Now go back to the run_generate.bat batch file.  This is the file that generates your plots.  Edit it to:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate [numeric account ID] 0 xxxxxx 1000 y

where ‘xxxxx’ is the number of nonces to generate.  What this refers to is how much disk space you’re going to mine with.  It is about 4000 per Gb, so if you’re using 1000 Gb, it will be 4000000.   ‘y’ is the number of threads to use.  There are a few other changes that CAN be made to this, but it only going to run once, so as long as it works you shouldn’t worry about it too much.

In the pool miner folder, double-click on run.bat.  A window will open and close.  Now double-click on run_generate.bat and a command window will open and start generating plots.  It should start to spit out lines like so:

Generating from nonce: 0
Writing from nonce:0
Generating from nonce: 1000
Writing from nonce:1000

This means you are generating plots.  Let it run all the way through, it will stop at the number of nonces you told it to generate and close.  It will take a very long time, hours and hours.  One of my computers took 36 hours to finish.

If you are running another miner on your graphics cards (scrypt, x-11, blake, etc.), that miner might slow down until you are finished generating plots.  Don't worry, it will speed up again after the plots are finished generating.


Now to set up the pool.

Go to http://127.0.0.1:8125/rewardassignment.html.  .  Under ‘Set reward recipient:’ in the ‘passphrase’ box enter your passphrase.  In the ‘recipient’ box enter 10745596296835956940.  (The instructions for this are at http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io/howto.html )  If you did not wait for the blockchain to finish downloading in the wallet, then it won’t work.  Wait for it to finish and try again.


Now go back to the pool miner folder.  Edit the run_mine.bat batch file to:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner mine "http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io:80"

Now double-click on the run_mine.bat batch file and it should open a command window and start to run.  It should start displaying lines that look like:

[“baseTarget”:”4045283”,”height”:”16561”,”generation signature”:4e8g8gfg2fe6f204g82c9e7gh7aa87c7650g7588d9b3gh4f782219va3546c67a”]

and occasionally give you a result about submitting shares.  It may give you an error about submitting shares at first, just give it a while and it should start successfully submitting them.

When it starts successful submitting shares, you can confirm that you are mining by going to http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io/ and searching for your BURST account ID (BURST-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxx) using ctrl-f.  Again, it might take a few rounds, so give it a little time if you don’t find it.


Note: You can start mining without waiting for the plots to finish generating, you'll just have a lower chance of getting anything for it.


What my four batch files look like:

run.bat
   C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner %*

run_dump_address.bat
   C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner dumpaddr >address.txt

Run_generate:
   C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1024m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 13867756655654712537 0 3200000 1000 3

run_min.bat:
   C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner mine "http://burst-pool.cryptoport.io:80"


Many thanks to KSpinner, who wrote the first guide I went off of at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg8298999#msg8298999 and to billyboy402 at youtube who made a video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYlf1xFTHvs
Feel free to tip them or to tip me.  1 BURST is currently only $.0006, so it’s not that much.  Have fun mining!

 my BURST address: NSRE-4KG9-6LZ4-ETTG3

****EDIT:***
I wasn't getting anything off of two of my computers with the stagger only at 10.  I made a change to the stagger and it seems to be working better.  The changed was made to the run_generate.bat file, I changed '10' to '1000' so that my run_generate.bat was read as:  C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate [numeric account ID] 0 xxxxxx 1000 y.  It seems to work better.


sorta. But more detailed and less pictures. lol.



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October 02, 2014, 10:29:42 PM
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sorta. But more detailed and less pictures. lol.

I look forward to it.  Maybe you can explain the stagger better, I don't know why a stagger of 10 wasn't getting me anything but a stagger of 1000 started getting coins right away.

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I'm trying to mine with around 6 GB of storage but I keep running into memory issues. I tried all sorts of plot and stagger sizes (1 GB to 1100 GB files, 1024 to to 8k stagger) and miners but all of the miners end up using 5 GB+ memory (paged pool) but I'd like to run the drives from another machine with 4GB memory.
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October 02, 2014, 10:42:22 PM
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I'm trying to mine with around 6 GB of storage but I keep running into memory issues. I tried all sorts of plot and stagger sizes (1 GB to 1100 GB files, 1024 to to 8k stagger) and miners but all of the miners end up using 5 GB+ memory (paged pool) but I'd like to run the drives from another machine with 4GB memory.

You must be using the java miner, if so, I recommend switching to the C miner.

https://github.com/uraymeiviar/burst-miner/releases/download/1.1/burst-miner-r4-win64.7z

edit: I should note, that this miner is only for pool, and only works with Uray-sourced pools. Such as burstpool.ddns.net:8124



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October 02, 2014, 10:49:37 PM
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is this mining and submitting or is it broke?

{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
New best: 17160993207923721836:685954
{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
{"result":"Passphrase does not match reward recipient"}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
New best: 17160993207923721836:236003
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
Error: Failed to submit nonce
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
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October 02, 2014, 10:54:04 PM
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is this mining and submitting or is it broke?

{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
New best: 17160993207923721836:685954
{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
{"result":"Passphrase does not match reward recipient"}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
New best: 17160993207923721836:236003
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
Error: Failed to submit nonce
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet

rename or move your passphrases.txt file.

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October 02, 2014, 11:28:54 PM
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is this mining and submitting or is it broke?

{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
New best: 17160993207923721836:685954
{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
{"result":"Passphrase does not match reward recipient"}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
New best: 17160993207923721836:236003
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
Error: Failed to submit nonce
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet

rename or move your passphrases.txt file.

removed file run mine opens and closes quick says missing file. Tried renaming does exty same thing says file missing
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October 02, 2014, 11:29:13 PM
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Escrow transactions

Escrow transactions should now be enabled.

Usage:

In the sidebar, after clicking Transactions, there is an entry for escrow. Click it to go to the escrow screen.
In the escrow screen, there is a button in the upper right labelled "Create Escrow" which will open the escrow create dialogue.
Fill it out like this:
Recipient: The recipient of the escrow in either BURST- or numeric id(you can hit backspace to remove the existing BURST-___ entry to type numbers)
Amount: The amount you want to transfer
Escrow deadline: A time limit in seconds that if runs out, the escrow will be automatically completed with the deadline action selected in the next step. This deadline must be 1 - 7776000(up to 3 months) seconds.
Deadline Action: The action that will occur automatically if the deadline runs out without the escrow being completed. This can be release, refund, or split.
Required signers: A number from 1 - 10, saying how many people need to sign off on a decision to cause that action to be taken. Regardless of what this number is set to, a sender can always release, and a recipient can always refund.
Signers: A list of accounts allowed to sign off on a decision. BURST- addresses and numeric ids can be used. They are separated by semicolons ( ; ). 1 - 10 must be specified. (ex: BURST-AAAA-AAAA-AAAA-AAAAA;1234556;987654321;BURST-BBBB-BBBB-BBBB-BBBBB;1357913579 )
Message: A message can optionally be attached. If you want signers to be able to see the message, it must not be encrypted.

Fees: There is a network fee that is 1 burst by default, and an additional fee equal to the number of signers specified. The additional fee is given to the signers, so they have a coin to make their decision transaction with if necessary. This also makes it easy for people to participate in escrows as signers without having an existing funded burst account.

Once the escrow transaction has been included in a block, it will be listed on the escrow screen if you are involved in it(sender, recipient, or listed as a signer is considered involved)
Clicking on the transaction id in the screen brings up the decision making screen. Various information is shown on it(signers' ids and decisions, deadline time and action, etc)
A decision can be selected from the dropdown and submitted to sign off on that decision.
Senders can select release which will release the funds when it gets included in a block.
Recipients can select refund which will refund the funds when it gets included in a block.
Signers can select release, refund, split, or undecided. When their decision gets included in a block, the escrow details will be updated to show their decision. If their decision makes the number of signers with that decision at least the number of required signers, that decision is executed.

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October 02, 2014, 11:33:22 PM
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is this mining and submitting or is it broke?

{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
New best: 17160993207923721836:685954
{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
{"result":"Passphrase does not match reward recipient"}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
New best: 17160993207923721836:236003
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
Error: Failed to submit nonce
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet

rename or move your passphrases.txt file.

removed file run mine opens and closes quick says missing file. Tried renaming does exty same thing says file missing
Assuming you're using the java miner, are you using the the pool version, or the old solo only one?

pool one: https://mega.co.nz/#!7hwHQJLZ!-waC7CwWeMStkdAwjEVbew1fN_YqeZDRWMWfCylaNPo

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October 02, 2014, 11:33:27 PM
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Escrow transactions

Escrow transactions should now be enabled.

Usage:

In the sidebar, after clicking Transactions, there is an entry for escrow. Click it to go to the escrow screen.
In the escrow screen, there is a button in the upper right labelled "Create Escrow" which will open the escrow create dialogue.
Fill it out like this:
Recipient: The recipient of the escrow in either BURST- or numeric id(you can hit backspace to remove the existing BURST-___ entry to type numbers)
Amount: The amount you want to transfer
Escrow deadline: A time limit in seconds that if runs out, the escrow will be automatically completed with the deadline action selected in the next step. This deadline must be 1 - 7776000(up to 3 months) seconds.
Deadline Action: The action that will occur automatically if the deadline runs out without the escrow being completed. This can be release, refund, or split.
Required signers: A number from 1 - 10, saying how many people need to sign off on a decision to cause that action to be taken. Regardless of what this number is set to, a sender can always release, and a recipient can always refund.
Signers: A list of accounts allowed to sign off on a decision. BURST- addresses and numeric ids can be used. They are separated by semicolons ( ; ). 1 - 10 must be specified. (ex: BURST-AAAA-AAAA-AAAA-AAAAA;1234556;987654321;BURST-BBBB-BBBB-BBBB-BBBBB;1357913579 )
Message: A message can optionally be attached. If you want signers to be able to see the message, it must not be encrypted.

Fees: There is a network fee that is 1 burst by default, and an additional fee equal to the number of signers specified. The additional fee is given to the signers, so they have a coin to make their decision transaction with if necessary. This also makes it easy for people to participate in escrows as signers without having an existing funded burst account.

Once the escrow transaction has been included in a block, it will be listed on the escrow screen if you are involved in it(sender, recipient, or listed as a signer is considered involved)
Clicking on the transaction id in the screen brings up the decision making screen. Various information is shown on it(signers' ids and decisions, deadline time and action, etc)
A decision can be selected from the dropdown and submitted to sign off on that decision.
Senders can select release which will release the funds when it gets included in a block.
Recipients can select refund which will refund the funds when it gets included in a block.
Signers can select release, refund, split, or undecided. When their decision gets included in a block, the escrow details will be updated to show their decision. If their decision makes the number of signers with that decision at least the number of required signers, that decision is executed.

can we test it?, please add me as signer if anyone doing it for testing

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October 02, 2014, 11:43:12 PM
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Escrow transactions

Escrow transactions should now be enabled.

Usage:

In the sidebar, after clicking Transactions, there is an entry for escrow. Click it to go to the escrow screen.
In the escrow screen, there is a button in the upper right labelled "Create Escrow" which will open the escrow create dialogue.
Fill it out like this:
Recipient: The recipient of the escrow in either BURST- or numeric id(you can hit backspace to remove the existing BURST-___ entry to type numbers)
Amount: The amount you want to transfer
Escrow deadline: A time limit in seconds that if runs out, the escrow will be automatically completed with the deadline action selected in the next step. This deadline must be 1 - 7776000(up to 3 months) seconds.
Deadline Action: The action that will occur automatically if the deadline runs out without the escrow being completed. This can be release, refund, or split.
Required signers: A number from 1 - 10, saying how many people need to sign off on a decision to cause that action to be taken. Regardless of what this number is set to, a sender can always release, and a recipient can always refund.
Signers: A list of accounts allowed to sign off on a decision. BURST- addresses and numeric ids can be used. They are separated by semicolons ( ; ). 1 - 10 must be specified. (ex: BURST-AAAA-AAAA-AAAA-AAAAA;1234556;987654321;BURST-BBBB-BBBB-BBBB-BBBBB;1357913579 )
Message: A message can optionally be attached. If you want signers to be able to see the message, it must not be encrypted.

Fees: There is a network fee that is 1 burst by default, and an additional fee equal to the number of signers specified. The additional fee is given to the signers, so they have a coin to make their decision transaction with if necessary. This also makes it easy for people to participate in escrows as signers without having an existing funded burst account.

Once the escrow transaction has been included in a block, it will be listed on the escrow screen if you are involved in it(sender, recipient, or listed as a signer is considered involved)
Clicking on the transaction id in the screen brings up the decision making screen. Various information is shown on it(signers' ids and decisions, deadline time and action, etc)
A decision can be selected from the dropdown and submitted to sign off on that decision.
Senders can select release which will release the funds when it gets included in a block.
Recipients can select refund which will refund the funds when it gets included in a block.
Signers can select release, refund, split, or undecided. When their decision gets included in a block, the escrow details will be updated to show their decision. If their decision makes the number of signers with that decision at least the number of required signers, that decision is executed.

can we test it?, please add me as signer if anyone doing it for testing
Sent 500 coins to BURST-6BS8-PJDA-MG93-CUA82 (burstfaucet.com), with address from your sig as signer. It will show up when it gets in a block. It doesn't currently show you past history, so check the balance of that address before you release.

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October 02, 2014, 11:51:29 PM
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Escrow transactions

Escrow transactions should now be enabled.

Usage:

In the sidebar, after clicking Transactions, there is an entry for escrow. Click it to go to the escrow screen.
In the escrow screen, there is a button in the upper right labelled "Create Escrow" which will open the escrow create dialogue.
Fill it out like this:
Recipient: The recipient of the escrow in either BURST- or numeric id(you can hit backspace to remove the existing BURST-___ entry to type numbers)
Amount: The amount you want to transfer
Escrow deadline: A time limit in seconds that if runs out, the escrow will be automatically completed with the deadline action selected in the next step. This deadline must be 1 - 7776000(up to 3 months) seconds.
Deadline Action: The action that will occur automatically if the deadline runs out without the escrow being completed. This can be release, refund, or split.
Required signers: A number from 1 - 10, saying how many people need to sign off on a decision to cause that action to be taken. Regardless of what this number is set to, a sender can always release, and a recipient can always refund.
Signers: A list of accounts allowed to sign off on a decision. BURST- addresses and numeric ids can be used. They are separated by semicolons ( ; ). 1 - 10 must be specified. (ex: BURST-AAAA-AAAA-AAAA-AAAAA;1234556;987654321;BURST-BBBB-BBBB-BBBB-BBBBB;1357913579 )
Message: A message can optionally be attached. If you want signers to be able to see the message, it must not be encrypted.

Fees: There is a network fee that is 1 burst by default, and an additional fee equal to the number of signers specified. The additional fee is given to the signers, so they have a coin to make their decision transaction with if necessary. This also makes it easy for people to participate in escrows as signers without having an existing funded burst account.

Once the escrow transaction has been included in a block, it will be listed on the escrow screen if you are involved in it(sender, recipient, or listed as a signer is considered involved)
Clicking on the transaction id in the screen brings up the decision making screen. Various information is shown on it(signers' ids and decisions, deadline time and action, etc)
A decision can be selected from the dropdown and submitted to sign off on that decision.
Senders can select release which will release the funds when it gets included in a block.
Recipients can select refund which will refund the funds when it gets included in a block.
Signers can select release, refund, split, or undecided. When their decision gets included in a block, the escrow details will be updated to show their decision. If their decision makes the number of signers with that decision at least the number of required signers, that decision is executed.

can we test it?, please add me as signer if anyone doing it for testing
Sent 500 coins to BURST-6BS8-PJDA-MG93-CUA82 (burstfaucet.com), with address from your sig as signer. It will show up when it gets in a block. It doesn't currently show you past history, so check the balance of that address before you release.

BURST-URAY-CK6X-4JU4-6HKY9 undecided
1 signers required
Defaults to release at 10/8/2014 06:41:09

the time is wrong, or its not-local timezone?
because its 10 minute in the past

EDIT : sorry i didn't see the date, its ok

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October 02, 2014, 11:56:38 PM
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Is the block explorer on an old version? It seems to be stuck on block 18768, which I'm guessing is because it's rejecting block 18769 because the old version doesn't recognise the escrow.

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October 02, 2014, 11:58:44 PM
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is this mining and submitting or is it broke?

{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
New best: 17160993207923721836:685954
{"baseTarget":"2529795","height":"18757","generationSignature":"b170acb819251e1fa0
2104e3acb941dcafad7357494536c875c24f3f7447fd1","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
{"result":"Passphrase does not match reward recipient"}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
New best: 17160993207923721836:236003
{"baseTarget":"2467738","height":"18758","generationSignature":"c2a47e14bdd4674111
88ad16cef75ce1f4cee94ef79b02b720774f93453d32f","targetDeadline":4294967295}
Submitting share
Error: Failed to submit nonce
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet
Error: Unable to get mining info from wallet

rename or move your passphrases.txt file.

removed file run mine opens and closes quick says missing file. Tried renaming does exty same thing says file missing
Assuming you're using the java miner, are you using the the pool version, or the old solo only one?

pool one: https://mega.co.nz/#!7hwHQJLZ!-waC7CwWeMStkdAwjEVbew1fN_YqeZDRWMWfCylaNPo

solo only I have tried all and just tried this one you sent and I get nothing running what so ever just exits on me am beginning to call it a day here as spent almost a week on this and as times going on its getting to point to not mine this at all now really am getting fed up of it
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October 03, 2014, 12:10:12 AM
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Is the block explorer on an old version? It seems to be stuck on block 18768, which I'm guessing is because it's rejecting block 18769 because the old version doesn't recognise the escrow.

ok I will fix it

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October 03, 2014, 02:03:47 AM
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How does this affect BURST? This guy claims that NXT software does not match source code and he claims that NXT creator has defrauded people of more than $2 million. He is offering 20 BTC to DOX NXT creator.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=806495.0;topicseen

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October 03, 2014, 02:22:44 AM
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Any word on plot optimizer for windows?

Yes, don't use it.
+1 at least for the current version.

I'm uses dcct's optimize.exe, all plots works ok.



@Blago: does your miner work Dev2's pool now...?

Thanks for your work  Smiley

temporarily not work with Dev's pools.
don't use poolV2 parameter

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