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December 21, 2014, 09:59:37 PM
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For large scale burst miners, can you recommend pool? Like 200TB... solo was doing ok, but lets try options?



It has been unstable lately but uray's SG pool was by far the very best for larger miner; I'm waiting for the day it returns to it's full glory.

For now I have almost 100tb on devs v2 pool. It pays my the best right now and very regularly. Before I was on crow's burst.ga but it really didn'tpaid off as I thought, sadly.

Would be fun to see how a 200tb-miner would do on devs pool. The use of deadlines therr pays off nicely for larger miners, that I know atleast.

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For large scale burst miners, can you recommend pool? Like 200TB... solo was doing ok, but lets try options?



It has been unstable lately but uray's SG pool was by far the very best for larger miner; I'm waiting for the day it returns to it's full glory.

For now I have almost 100tb on devs v2 pool. It pays my the best right now and very regularly. Before I was on crow's burst.ga but it really didn'tpaid off as I thought, sadly.

Would be fun to see how a 200tb-miner would do on devs pool. The use of deadlines therr pays off nicely for larger miners, that I know atleast.

How much are you earning per day with 100TB on devs v2 pool ?
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December 21, 2014, 10:38:43 PM
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Zippolo is one of the pool owners... I simply asked him yesterday

ohh well, sorry i didnt know Tongue, btw ty for the info! Smiley

Pool is back up, again we apologise for the downtime and we're working to improve out service
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December 22, 2014, 12:14:54 AM
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After a lot of updates and bug fixes we are making available to anyone who is interested in reviewing and testing AT inside burst platform. (  https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/tree/at )

Thanks!  Something to read on the plane.
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December 22, 2014, 12:51:57 AM
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For large scale burst miners, can you recommend pool? Like 200TB... solo was doing ok, but lets try options?



It has been unstable lately but uray's SG pool was by far the very best for larger miner; I'm waiting for the day it returns to it's full glory.

For now I have almost 100tb on devs v2 pool. It pays my the best right now and very regularly. Before I was on crow's burst.ga but it really didn'tpaid off as I thought, sadly.

Would be fun to see how a 200tb-miner would do on devs pool. The use of deadlines therr pays off nicely for larger miners, that I know atleast.

How much are you earning per day with 100TB on devs v2 pool ?

can not be more than 10K a day with 100T with 10 ~ 15 T oscilaltions as we have now and it aint going down, you better of buying on an exchange price should drop big time before years end, next year is an open end game

let me see , 4 Tera even on ebay (and that is a risk) 150$ ? take 100 T / 4 T = 25 x 4 tera drives times 150$ so the individual invested 3,500$ simply wow

almost 4 grand for 10K BURST a day can not be more than that maybe plus or minus 4K BURST

sometimes I wonder on people's capacity to think

also not to mention that every time magnetic needle touches down the surface (moving parts) for surely these ain't optical drives it shaves off lifetime of these drives  in the 24 cycle after one year every day will be risk of complete disk failure
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December 22, 2014, 01:07:39 AM
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Burst will be the first article on T.C.N.N. http://thecryptonewsnetwork.com we have to promote this coin more.


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December 22, 2014, 01:38:55 AM
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Burst will be the first article on T.C.N.N. http://thecryptonewsnetwork.com we have to promote this coin more.

we spoke to each other , will keep tab on the above, good people, and you ? you thiiiiink (like in the Bruce Lee movie)
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December 22, 2014, 02:36:29 AM
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How much are you earning per day with 100TB on devs v2 pool ?

can not be more than 10K a day with 100T with 10 ~ 15 T oscilaltions as we have now and it aint going down, you better of buying on an exchange price should drop big time before years end, next year is an open end game


No.

My guess is you will earn ~10K with 35-40-45tb.

To have 200tb on regular equipment, mining 24/7, must be hell. Since I started mining a year ago, no form of mining has required as much work and attention as Burst. But still it's fun with all the problems. Can't remember how many times I been thinking "I'll fix that rig tomorrow!", but still end up spending 2h in the middle of the night getting it to tun smoothly again.

That makes you respect the mined coins more. I'll not sell them cheap, for sure.

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How much are you earning per day with 100TB on devs v2 pool ?

can not be more than 10K a day with 100T with 10 ~ 15 T oscilaltions as we have now and it aint going down, you better of buying on an exchange price should drop big time before years end, next year is an open end game


No.

My guess is you will earn ~10K with 35-40-45tb.

To have 200tb on regular equipment, mining 24/7, must be hell. Since I started mining a year ago, no form of mining has required as much work and attention as Burst. But still it's fun with all the problems. Can't remember how many times I been thinking "I'll fix that rig tomorrow!", but still end up spending 2h in the middle of the night getting it to tun smoothly again.

That makes you respect the mined coins more. I'll not sell them cheap, for sure.

yeah must be 20K a day on 100 tera on approximately 3.K thousand dollars (getting goose bumps just thinking about it) as far as selling right now I don't who is selling! WD/Seagate testing lab ? maybe

I forgot one more investment one has to make high speed DRAM usually > 150$ a pop if smart one gets 4 x and if really smart (smart of stupid you decide) one spreads load of drives across multiple servers so I say + extra 1,000$ for fast deadlines, multiple servers costs so I say + extra lets say 3,000$ we tabulate for a 20K to 30 T investment Today will be... and the winner iiiis:

3,5000$ +
1,0000$ +
3,0000$  =
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grand total 7,500$ that's seven and a half thousand dollars for 20,000 BURST a day which is at the current market prices and the winer is:

0.000527 x 20,000 whopping 10$ a day! we congratulate the winner

Disclaimer: not saying it is not fun to engage in this tech it is awesome and not saying prices won't go up but I am really curious who is selling  

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December 22, 2014, 03:02:28 AM
Last edit: December 22, 2014, 04:14:09 AM by burstcoin
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Burst 1.2.0

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!75xV1abB!PG6gC6mMcSmr5ys2SrkHnIw-BDq1FodG5_bzWVlXJts
sha256: 00cafd7efb560c3253f8e94ff0b16f2c488d1849166f27c06f0dee7b98f07bcb
or github: https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin

Update required for all users by block 49200 (12/26 or 12/27)

If using an existing copy of the blockchain this will do a re-scan on first run.

This update adds the Automated Transaction (AT) system. This will allow users to write turing complete scripts which can be saved to the blockchain. Scripts will get their own account id and are able to send and receive coins, and will execute trustlessly.

This release should be compliant with the ciyam AT specs found here: http://ciyam.org/at/
Additional platform-specific api calls will be added later on.

Current fees for ATs are:
On creation 1 burst per memory page(256 bytes).
When ATs execute, normal opcodes cost 0.1, and api calls cost 1.
There is a maximum of 200 fee per AT execution.

ATs would not have have happened without the work of vbcs ( BURST-NUFU-7PX7-KHVM-7EMNC ) and CIYAM. Thanks

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December 22, 2014, 03:03:19 AM
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How much are you earning per day with 100TB on devs v2 pool ?

can not be more than 10K a day with 100T with 10 ~ 15 T oscilaltions as we have now and it aint going down, you better of buying on an exchange price should drop big time before years end, next year is an open end game


No.

My guess is you will earn ~10K with 35-40-45tb.

To have 200tb on regular equipment, mining 24/7, must be hell. Since I started mining a year ago, no form of mining has required as much work and attention as Burst. But still it's fun with all the problems. Can't remember how many times I been thinking "I'll fix that rig tomorrow!", but still end up spending 2h in the middle of the night getting it to tun smoothly again.

That makes you respect the mined coins more. I'll not sell them cheap, for sure.

yeah must be 20K a day on 100 tera on approx 3.K thousand dollars (getting goose bumps just thinking about it) as far as selling righr now I don't who is selling! WD/Seagate testing lab ? maybe

I forgot one more investment one has to make high speed DRAM usually > 150$ a pop if smart one gets 4 x and if really s,art one spreads load of drives across multiple servers so I say + extra 1,000$ for fast deadlines

It helps knowing ppl who work with destruction of computer equipment and fully working PCs (due to their alleged "sensitive information"). They are happy for a beer and pizza for making me odd favors. The way I get equipment is probably one reason for the problems i have getting things running.


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December 22, 2014, 03:04:11 AM
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Since I started mining a year ago, no form of mining has required as much work and attention as Burst.

I am mining on twelve external drives using two machines.  Mining restarts on reboot.  I log in and check on it a couple of times a day.  It's no trouble at all.  I guess it was a fair bit of work getting to that point, though.
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December 22, 2014, 03:07:35 AM
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Burst 1.2.0

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!75xV1abB!PG6gC6mMcSmr5ys2SrkHnIw-BDq1FodG5_bzWVlXJts
sha256: 00cafd7efb560c3253f8e94ff0b16f2c488d1849166f27c06f0dee7b98f07bcb
or github: https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin

Update required for all users by block 49200 (12/26 or 12/27)

If using an existing copy of the blockchain this will do a re-scan on first run.

This update adds the Automatic Transaction (AT) system. This will allow users to write turing complete scripts which can be saved to the blockchain. Scripts will get their own account id and are able to send and receive coins, and will execute trustlessly.

This release should be compliant with the ciyam AT specs found here: http://ciyam.org/at/
Additional platform-specific api calls will be added later on.

Current fees for ATs are:
On creation 1 burst per memory page(256 bytes).
When ATs execute, normal opcodes cost 0.1, and api calls cost 1.
There is a maximum of 200 fee per AT execution.

Thank you, your work has been awesome on this! I hope we can put together a press release on this Smiley

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December 22, 2014, 03:08:47 AM
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Burst 1.2.0

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!75xV1abB!PG6gC6mMcSmr5ys2SrkHnIw-BDq1FodG5_bzWVlXJts
sha256: 00cafd7efb560c3253f8e94ff0b16f2c488d1849166f27c06f0dee7b98f07bcb
or github: https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin

Update required for all users by block 49200 (12/26 or 12/27)

If using an existing copy of the blockchain this will do a re-scan on first run.

This update adds the Automatic Transaction (AT) system. This will allow users to write turing complete scripts which can be saved to the blockchain. Scripts will get their own account id and are able to send and receive coins, and will execute trustlessly.

This release should be compliant with the ciyam AT specs found here: http://ciyam.org/at/
Additional platform-specific api calls will be added later on.

Current fees for ATs are:
On creation 1 burst per memory page(256 bytes).
When ATs execute, normal opcodes cost 0.1, and api calls cost 1.
There is a maximum of 200 fee per AT execution.

Thank you, your work has been awesome on this! I hope we can put together a press release on this Smiley

that is awesome, love it, thank you for pushing this forward, okey dokey speak soon have fun (first and most) and have a great week ahead
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December 22, 2014, 03:14:01 AM
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Since I started mining a year ago, no form of mining has required as much work and attention as Burst.

I am mining on twelve external drives using two machines.  Mining restarts on reboot.  I log in and check on it a couple of times a day.  It's no trouble at all.  I guess it was a fair bit of work getting to that point, though.

Yeah, problems have probably decreased with time and increasing knowledge, but getting 12-14 drives running on one rig is still a challenge. I mostly have small HDDs.

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December 22, 2014, 03:14:14 AM
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Burst 1.2.0

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!75xV1abB!PG6gC6mMcSmr5ys2SrkHnIw-BDq1FodG5_bzWVlXJts
sha256: 00cafd7efb560c3253f8e94ff0b16f2c488d1849166f27c06f0dee7b98f07bcb
or github: https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin

Update required for all users by block 49200 (12/26 or 12/27)

If using an existing copy of the blockchain this will do a re-scan on first run.

This update adds the Automatic Transaction (AT) system. This will allow users to write turing complete scripts which can be saved to the blockchain. Scripts will get their own account id and are able to send and receive coins, and will execute trustlessly.

This release should be compliant with the ciyam AT specs found here: http://ciyam.org/at/
Additional platform-specific api calls will be added later on.

Current fees for ATs are:
On creation 1 burst per memory page(256 bytes).
When ATs execute, normal opcodes cost 0.1, and api calls cost 1.
There is a maximum of 200 fee per AT execution.

Thank you, your work has been awesome on this! I hope we can put together a press release on this Smiley

Email me when it's finished. I will get it on the site immediately. To make this work there must be a concerted effort for others to tweet and share all the information about Burst available.


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December 22, 2014, 03:16:34 AM
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Since you know, Burst is the next generation in mining.


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Burst 1.2.0

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!75xV1abB!PG6gC6mMcSmr5ys2SrkHnIw-BDq1FodG5_bzWVlXJts
sha256: 00cafd7efb560c3253f8e94ff0b16f2c488d1849166f27c06f0dee7b98f07bcb
or github: https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin

Update required for all users by block 49200 (12/26 or 12/27)

If using an existing copy of the blockchain this will do a re-scan on first run.

This update adds the Automatic Transaction (AT) system. This will allow users to write turing complete scripts which can be saved to the blockchain. Scripts will get their own account id and are able to send and receive coins, and will execute trustlessly.

This release should be compliant with the ciyam AT specs found here: http://ciyam.org/at/
Additional platform-specific api calls will be added later on.

Current fees for ATs are:
On creation 1 burst per memory page(256 bytes).
When ATs execute, normal opcodes cost 0.1, and api calls cost 1.
There is a maximum of 200 fee per AT execution.

Thank you, your work has been awesome on this! I hope we can put together a press release on this Smiley

Email me when it's finished. I will get it on the site immediately. To make this work there must be a concerted effort for others to tweet and share all the information about Burst available.

Thanks for your support Smiley We will write it tomorrow and include you on the send list.

Need some sleep now though,

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Burst 1.2.0

Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!75xV1abB!PG6gC6mMcSmr5ys2SrkHnIw-BDq1FodG5_bzWVlXJts
sha256: 00cafd7efb560c3253f8e94ff0b16f2c488d1849166f27c06f0dee7b98f07bcb
or github: https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin

Update required for all users by block 49200 (12/26 or 12/27)

If using an existing copy of the blockchain this will do a re-scan on first run.

This update adds the Automatic Transaction (AT) system. This will allow users to write turing complete scripts which can be saved to the blockchain. Scripts will get their own account id and are able to send and receive coins, and will execute trustlessly.

This release should be compliant with the ciyam AT specs found here: http://ciyam.org/at/
Additional platform-specific api calls will be added later on.

Current fees for ATs are:
On creation 1 burst per memory page(256 bytes).
When ATs execute, normal opcodes cost 0.1, and api calls cost 1.
There is a maximum of 200 fee per AT execution.

That is huge, thanks for the hard work over the last month or so!!!!!

You guys know how Counterparty announced they were implementing Smart Contracts?  They recently said they didn't think they'd have them running until hopefully March..  Ethereum is hopefully to get something out in the same time frame. Smiley

Meaning Burst is just about to become the first coin to have decentralized Automatic Transactions/Smart Contracts working.

Make sure you thank the dev and vbcs remember they both have their wallet addresses in their signatures for donations!

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December 22, 2014, 03:37:57 AM
Last edit: December 22, 2014, 04:12:18 AM by burstcoin
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Dev pool 1 is down for a few minutes to update. dev pool 2 will be also going down for updating in a few minutes also.

EDIT: Both pools are up to date and back online.

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