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April 28, 2018, 04:35:45 PM
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Oh how interesting. Now the network is being attacked externally by possible solo miner. 80000khs unaccounted for, when adding up all the pools. i'm going to assume its not done by Vitalik as he always uses a pool.


there is a chance 50/50 its him by the chance he meant from his reply
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April 28, 2018, 04:44:58 PM
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Oh how interesting. Now the network is being attacked externally by possible solo miner. 80000khs unaccounted for, when adding up all the pools. i'm going to assume its not done by Vitalik as he always uses a pool.


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Instead of being a smug asshole, why don't you try to explain?

There is probability that he is Vitalik-Pedik, and enjoying doing something ugly for "community coin".
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April 28, 2018, 05:04:07 PM
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So I use to mine this coin 2 years ago as experiment with my PC, now because I got a few PCs always on I was thinking to mine again but the coin seems to be down, any chance to work again in the future ?
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April 28, 2018, 05:06:25 PM
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So I use to mine this coin 2 years ago as experiment with my PC, now because I got a few PCs always on I was thinking to mine again but the coin seems to be down, any chance to work again in the future ?
as of right now it might be a long time, its not working for us lower folks but its working for Vitalik_Pedik and the higher end pc users because of a bug he found so we have to wait for a patch.
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April 28, 2018, 05:17:48 PM
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So I use to mine this coin 2 years ago as experiment with my PC, now because I got a few PCs always on I was thinking to mine again but the coin seems to be down, any chance to work again in the future ?
as of right now it might be a long time, its not working for us lower folks but its working for Vitalik_Pedik and the higher end pc users because of a bug he found so we have to wait for a patch.

at this rate maybe next year if we're lucky

XMG: 9MbFizhZqbn27ed6hrHEmMj8jhom6Egew7
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April 28, 2018, 07:49:43 PM
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So I use to mine this coin 2 years ago as experiment with my PC, now because I got a few PCs always on I was thinking to mine again but the coin seems to be down, any chance to work again in the future ?
as of right now it might be a long time, its not working for us lower folks but its working for Vitalik_Pedik and the higher end pc users because of a bug he found so we have to wait for a patch.

at this rate maybe next year if we're lucky

Rather next century. Poor cpu coins infected by pane' botnets. Any gpu botnets around?
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April 28, 2018, 11:04:11 PM
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So I use to mine this coin 2 years ago as experiment with my PC, now because I got a few PCs always on I was thinking to mine again but the coin seems to be down, any chance to work again in the future ?
as of right now it might be a long time, its not working for us lower folks but its working for Vitalik_Pedik and the higher end pc users because of a bug he found so we have to wait for a patch.

at this rate maybe next year if we're lucky

Rather next century. Poor cpu coins infected by pane' botnets. Any gpu botnets around?

Hi all,

We can solve the $million question right here.

Isn't it true that there is nothing(- any structure, computer, cryptos network) in this world that cannot be hacked by more power machines or structures, computers, or hackers. Anyone is vulnerable. The best way to avoid it is to make any such actions worthless and definitely not profitable.

Yes. Keep both mPoW & mPoS but make mPoW block rewards as Zero plus transaction fees ( which is 3 DOGEs to withdraw DOGE from Cryptopia, much much lower than BTC or ETH.)

Now, you have the best of all three worlds. Wallet-mining, Attracting regular public users of cryptos (who do not want to bother with this kind of mining issues and have zero tolerance for doing mining thru additional non-wallet mining softwares which are too sophisticated for them) and the Incentivized affiliate system to keep these regular users stay engaged. Such a one smartphone-one account free Faucets/games App would be maintained by donated corresponding cryptos.

Any one signs up to the incentivized rewards by doing such as mPoW mining (to own wallet and wallet "index" address to prove that he/she contributed to mining and maintaining the network activity and to get rewards sent to the index address to avoid borrowing from someone else's mining activities. Only a quota of a few millions are allowed to sign up this kind of incentivized rewards (because these reward-related transaction activities alone would use up all your network power.)

The PoW_wallet_mining gives a user extra reward (Rw) for mining 1 to K blocks for past (say "Index Period" of) 1-4 months; however, the exact reward would be only Rw/K by penalizing having more than one block during the Index Period. Any miner is expected to only mine one block and get lost and come back a few months later to mine another block. Because of the apps being based on "one smartphone-one account", it is less likely to be abused.

The best part of the app is to make every user run his/her campaign, promoting corresponding cryptos in the market place or even charity for self. Every one and his/her activity is decentralized and himself/hersef is enpowered. There is no "Governors of banks or masternodes" to decide what you should do.

There is not a single crypto that can do it this way yet. Also my coming app, ready in one moth, is only related to Coino (CNO) and Joincoin (J) at present. Only a user doing Joincoin-wallet-mining with Bastion-algo will be counted at present.

With all these CPU-mining-incapability issues, since the beginning of BTC, a change is needed to make the world better, making cryptos use for everyone possible, just like the beginning of good old days when we started to have emails for every one.  Wink Wink Wink


Coming soon mobile app BalloonaFide Free CoinoCoin & Joincoin Anywhere  Coino  CNO   PoS+PoW/x11  [ FORUM ] [ FAUCET ] [ Trading : NOVA | Cryptopia ]  Joincoin (J) [FORUM][FAUCET][Trading: NOVA|TradeSatoshi]   ToR Anonymous All Algorithm mining
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April 28, 2018, 11:15:33 PM
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So I use to mine this coin 2 years ago as experiment with my PC, now because I got a few PCs always on I was thinking to mine again but the coin seems to be down, any chance to work again in the future ?
as of right now it might be a long time, its not working for us lower folks but its working for Vitalik_Pedik and the higher end pc users because of a bug he found so we have to wait for a patch.

at this rate maybe next year if we're lucky

Rather next century. Poor cpu coins infected by pane' botnets. Any gpu botnets around?

im thinking of mining litecoin cash on my raspberry pi 3b+ and use my usb miners it might be better to do that right now, Or some other sha356 based coin.
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April 28, 2018, 11:45:17 PM
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I will be trying to upload snapshots of the blockchain every couple of days. I may have lost hope in Vitalik_Pedik and the developers, but I still have hope for this coin's community.

IIRC, Today's snapshot is up to Block #1790867.
MD5: 535e663d35ee892fd57f075f96f04365159b1ac4
Download Link: https://mega.nz/#!2LJ2iKBK
Decryption Key: !X7mTLOXZ5Js8Y6Wz3S49zPJ5QCN-xp8t7MRkG6gggWI

My XMG Address: 9Q4dhjG1oACVYr79TTAfWHjqY4toGt7asG
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April 29, 2018, 01:11:37 AM
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I will be trying to upload snapshots of the blockchain every couple of days. I may have lost hope in Vitalik_Pedik and the developers, but I still have hope for this coin's community.

IIRC, Today's snapshot is up to Block #1790867.
MD5: 535e663d35ee892fd57f075f96f04365159b1ac4
Download Link: https://mega.nz/#!2LJ2iKBK
Decryption Key: !X7mTLOXZ5Js8Y6Wz3S49zPJ5QCN-xp8t7MRkG6gggWI

Is there any way to upload parts of the blockchain along with the entire thing? I would imagine that most of us have most of it downloaded, and that the older part will be the same as whatever copy is on the network.
On the other hand, I looked in the blocks folder, and it appears to be a single file, so a better question might be is there a way to add some blocks into that chain? If not, that's fine. The blockchain probably is not designed to be edited.
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April 29, 2018, 01:24:51 AM
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I will be trying to upload snapshots of the blockchain every couple of days. I may have lost hope in Vitalik_Pedik and the developers, but I still have hope for this coin's community.

IIRC, Today's snapshot is up to Block #1790867.
MD5: 535e663d35ee892fd57f075f96f04365159b1ac4
Download Link: https://mega.nz/#!2LJ2iKBK
Decryption Key: !X7mTLOXZ5Js8Y6Wz3S49zPJ5QCN-xp8t7MRkG6gggWI

Is there any way to upload parts of the blockchain along with the entire thing? I would imagine that most of us have most of it downloaded, and that the older part will be the same as whatever copy is on the network.
On the other hand, I looked in the blocks folder, and it appears to be a single file, so a better question might be is there a way to add some blocks into that chain? If not, that's fine. The blockchain probably is not designed to be edited.

I'm not too sure what you're asking, but if you're asking if I've modified it, then no. I copied the blocks and database folders into a single ZIP file for easy deployment. If I had somehow modified the blocks at all, they would be invalidated by the network masternodes... though I do need a fact check on that. Anyone, correct me if I'm wrong.

My XMG Address: 9Q4dhjG1oACVYr79TTAfWHjqY4toGt7asG
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April 29, 2018, 01:28:32 AM
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This is disgraceful to see...



I guess thieves will be thieves. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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April 29, 2018, 01:44:55 AM
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This is disgraceful to see...

https://i.imgur.com/UHqaCHX.png

I guess thieves will be thieves. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Same thing happening to me. Also, the hash rates are looking abnormal: (according to https://poolinfo.systms.org/#magi)
Total network: 246.73 Mh/s

Sum of all pools: 29.06 Mh/s (Supernova) + 5.18 Mh/s (XMGpool) + 12.04 Mh/s (PoM Pool) + 76.73 Mh/s (minerclaim.net) + 1.81 Mh/s (TrasMaMod XMG pool) + 0.09 Mh/s (Coinmagi XMG Pool) + 2.01 Mh/s (XMG LuckyPool) + 1.38 Mh/s (MineProject Pool) + 5.84 Mh/s (Bullmining) + 3.20 Mh/s (XpoolX) + 0.36 Mh/s (HashTech XMG Mining)

total pool: 137.7 Mh/s.
Unaccounted: 109 Mh/s

I will be trying to upload snapshots of the blockchain every couple of days. I may have lost hope in Vitalik_Pedik and the developers, but I still have hope for this coin's community.

IIRC, Today's snapshot is up to Block #1790867.
MD5: 535e663d35ee892fd57f075f96f04365159b1ac4
Download Link: https://mega.nz/#!2LJ2iKBK
Decryption Key: !X7mTLOXZ5Js8Y6Wz3S49zPJ5QCN-xp8t7MRkG6gggWI

Is there any way to upload parts of the blockchain along with the entire thing? I would imagine that most of us have most of it downloaded, and that the older part will be the same as whatever copy is on the network.
On the other hand, I looked in the blocks folder, and it appears to be a single file, so a better question might be is there a way to add some blocks into that chain? If not, that's fine. The blockchain probably is not designed to be edited.

I'm not too sure what you're asking, but if you're asking if I've modified it, then no. I copied the blocks and database folders into a single ZIP file for easy deployment. If I had somehow modified the blocks at all, they would be invalidated by the network masternodes... though I do need a fact check on that. Anyone, correct me if I'm wrong.

I was just wondering if there was a way to not have to download the entire 1GB file.
I think I was getting confused about why you posted the file. I was getting this confused with when the blockchain was accidentally forking/splitting itself. Correct me if I'm wrong, but this current hack doesn't affect the contents of the blocks, it is an exploit of the hashing/mining/verification process that results in a lot of orphans.
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April 29, 2018, 02:18:29 AM
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I'm not too sure what you're asking, but if you're asking if I've modified it, then no. I copied the blocks and database folders into a single ZIP file for easy deployment. If I had somehow modified the blocks at all, they would be invalidated by the network masternodes... though I do need a fact check on that. Anyone, correct me if I'm wrong.

I was just wondering if there was a way to not have to download the entire 1GB file.
I think I was getting confused about why you posted the file. I was getting this confused with when the blockchain was accidentally forking/splitting itself. Correct me if I'm wrong, but this current hack doesn't affect the contents of the blocks, it is an exploit of the hashing/mining/verification process that results in a lot of orphans.

Oh, I see. I posted the file in case anyone had accidentally deleted part/all of their blockchain (like if they were re-installing their operating system, migrating user profiles, etc), or for new miners who didn't want to have to sync the entire blockchain over the network. You will be inevitably downloading the entirety of the blockchain, regardless of the method, so why not download the snapshot I created from one reputable cloud service instead of downloading the blockchain from 12 masternodes max that may be located anywhere in the world?

Also, please forgive my run-on sentence....  Tongue

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April 29, 2018, 02:51:23 AM
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331363    2018-04-29 03:11:04    Fee    Orphaned          1791128    0.00377901
331362    2018-04-29 03:11:04    Credit    Orphaned          1791128    0.75580242
331328    2018-04-29 02:57:30    Fee    Orphaned          1791121    0.00418936
331327    2018-04-29 02:57:30    Credit    Orphaned          1791121    0.83787188
331206    2018-04-29 02:57:15    Fee    Orphaned          1791118    0.00422579
331205    2018-04-29 02:57:15    Credit    Orphaned          1791118    0.84515772
331103    2018-04-29 02:33:05    Fee    Orphaned          1791076    0.00394017
331102    2018-04-29 02:33:05    Credit    Orphaned          1791076    0.78803345
331045    2018-04-29 02:16:15    Fee    Orphaned          1791018    0.00479599
331044    2018-04-29 02:16:15    Credit    Orphaned          1791018    0.95919833
331029    2018-04-29 02:16:12    Fee    Orphaned          1791017    0.01179298
331028    2018-04-29 02:16:11    Credit    Orphaned          1791017    2.35859572
330993    2018-04-29 02:16:06    Fee    Orphaned          1791016    0.00372416
330992    2018-04-29 02:16:06    Credit    Orphaned          1791016    0.74483132
330884    2018-04-29 02:15:48    Fee    Orphaned          1791012    0.00086102
330883    2018-04-29 02:15:48    Credit    Orphaned          1791012    0.17220381
330794    2018-04-29 02:15:38    Fee    Orphaned          1791011    0.00124993
330793    2018-04-29 02:15:38    Credit    Orphaned          1791011    0.24998565
330743    2018-04-29 02:11:52    Fee    Orphaned          1791006    0.00186265
330742    2018-04-29 02:11:52    Credit    Orphaned          1791006    0.37253040
330679    2018-04-29 02:11:36    Fee    Orphaned          1791002    0.00705539
330678    2018-04-29 02:11:36    Credit    Orphaned          1791002    1.41107865
330581    2018-04-29 02:11:26    Fee    Orphaned          1791000    0.00390935
330580    2018-04-29 02:11:26    Credit    Orphaned          1791000    0.78186990
330470    2018-04-29 01:49:12    Fee    Orphaned          1790961    0.00385941
330469    2018-04-29 01:49:12    Credit    Orphaned          1790961    0.77188196
330432    2018-04-29 01:41:13    Fee    Orphaned          1790946    0.01566689
330431    2018-04-29 01:41:13    Credit    Orphaned          1790946    3.13337869
330351    2018-04-29 01:41:04    Fee    Orphaned          1790945    0.00395981
330350    2018-04-29 01:41:04    Credit    Orphaned          1790945    0.79196284


This is a fucking joke! 
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April 29, 2018, 03:06:16 AM
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Alright, so I found something interesting on how the attack is carried out. If I'm not mistaken, PoW blocks can only be so many in line, aka you can't have 10 POW blocks with no PoS blocks. However, take a look at this:
Goto https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xmg/ and click the show more link at the bottom until it shows as many blocks as it will (500)
Then, hit Ctrl+F and enter 9H9Z8LJATj2Q (it's the start of a specific address)
Note the correlation with blocks that have a reward of right about 40XMG.
Also, note that there are often large blocks of blocks found by this address. I found one that was 29: 1791063-1791091, and there's probably larger.

I am almost certain that this address is Vitalik's.
Full address: 9H9Z8LJATj2QsRojXLAgqu1STSXfGkkzsT
Blocks mined: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xmg/extraction.dws?783818.htm
At max, this address has mined up to 85% of blocks in a consecutive 100.

This, if nothing else, confirms that he is not operating in a pool.
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April 29, 2018, 03:19:20 AM
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Alright, so I found something interesting on how the attack is carried out. If I'm not mistaken, PoW blocks can only be so many in line, aka you can't have 10 POW blocks with no PoS blocks. However, take a look at this:
Goto https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xmg/ and click the show more link at the bottom until it shows as many blocks as it will (500)
Then, hit Ctrl+F and enter 9H9Z8LJATj2Q (it's the start of a specific address)
Note the correlation with blocks that have a reward of right about 40XMG.
Also, note that there are often large blocks of blocks found by this address. I found one that was 29: 1791063-1791091, and there's probably larger.

I am almost certain that this address is Vitalik's.
Full address: 9H9Z8LJATj2QsRojXLAgqu1STSXfGkkzsT
Blocks mined: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xmg/extraction.dws?783818.htm
At max, this address has mined up to 85% of blocks in a consecutive 100.

This, if nothing else, confirms that he is not operating in a pool.


Bravissimo!

Interesting, next attack I will use another address, will you need another one month to find out which?)
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April 29, 2018, 03:51:04 AM
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I will give 100 XMG to such Hercule Poirot who will find out my exchange address account in next 24h. Time starting from timestamp of this post only for first true answer.
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April 29, 2018, 03:51:29 AM
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Hey Vitalik i sent you a pm asking a question.

XMG: 9MbFizhZqbn27ed6hrHEmMj8jhom6Egew7
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April 29, 2018, 04:00:33 AM
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Alright, so I found something interesting on how the attack is carried out. If I'm not mistaken, PoW blocks can only be so many in line, aka you can't have 10 POW blocks with no PoS blocks. However, take a look at this:
Goto https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xmg/ and click the show more link at the bottom until it shows as many blocks as it will (500)
Then, hit Ctrl+F and enter 9H9Z8LJATj2Q (it's the start of a specific address)
Note the correlation with blocks that have a reward of right about 40XMG.
Also, note that there are often large blocks of blocks found by this address. I found one that was 29: 1791063-1791091, and there's probably larger.

I am almost certain that this address is Vitalik's.
Full address: 9H9Z8LJATj2QsRojXLAgqu1STSXfGkkzsT
Blocks mined: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xmg/extraction.dws?783818.htm
At max, this address has mined up to 85% of blocks in a consecutive 100.

This, if nothing else, confirms that he is not operating in a pool.


Bravissimo!

Interesting, next attack I will use another address, will you need another one month to find out which?)

Not hard at all. Almost no other blocks are solomined. I'll just look for whatever new address is getting all the blocks with a reward of exactly 40.21785 XMG. Also, There are very few solo miners who have graphs like your's. (either nothing, or over 50% of chain, and lining up with the orphans)

Also, speaking of rewards, let's do a little math.
according to https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xmg/extraction.dws?783818.htm, you have mined 2162 blocks with that address. You very likely have others based on a few signs in the blockchain. With a few exceptions, the reward is between 35-40 XMG each. Currently, 1 XMG = US$ 0.40  
2162*37*0.40= 34,560 US$. That's 2,147,081 rubles.

For my point on other addresses, take a look at 9P3T9LdgYbTnL93n2sWoJzmAtb9nhoZRNc
It has also pulled a large number of solo blocks, and has some large (but not quite as large) spikes in % of blocks in chain. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xmg/extraction.dws?683305.htm
This address has pulled 1637 solo blocks, and started doing so at almost the same time that the other address started mining.
1637*37*0.40 = 24,198 US$. That's 1,503,329 rubles.

total: 58,758 US$ That's 3,650,411 rubles.

I think you have gotten paid for your exploit of this hack. You said you worked for a few months on developing it. Let's be nice and say you worked an entire 3 months, 40 hours a week on it. This would be the equivalent of a 230,000$ salary.
AND THIS IS AT THE CURRENT LOW VALUE OF THE COIN.
What happens when it goes up to 1.20$ a coin? Then you've got 58,758*3 = over 176,000 $ That's almost 11 million rubles for you, my friend.

To say it concisely,
YOU HAVE BEEN PAID. PLEASE STOP NOW, or at least tell us what the flaw in the code is.

100XMG is nothing to you.
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