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September 19, 2015, 02:55:17 PM
Last edit: September 19, 2015, 03:10:37 PM by DOGEbubble
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so, what algo you can recommended me for cpu mining?

none on this coin

Thanks

I having been doing CPU-mining with around 9 computers ( during idle-hours; up to 11 at one time) since August 2014.

I do notice markedly decreased block-finds; now only 2 coins/1 block in a few days. It used to be around 200 Joincoins per computer per week 2-3 months ago- certainly when the price was much lower.

This is probably due to markedly increased non-CPU-algo mining and overall activity level.

This is likely made worse without a CPU-mining pool.

Is anybody aware of good example of CPU-mining pools with any other cryptos?

Some infos are here: http://cpucoinlist.com/  Cheesy


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September 20, 2015, 02:29:36 PM
Last edit: September 23, 2015, 09:06:54 PM by DOGEbubble
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Dear Joincoin community memebers:

Depite my intention to implement the transition from POW to combined POW/POS and add scrypt-chacha for the Joincoin, it won't be done at all due to no workable plans for the foreseeable future.

Doing those jobs for multi-algo cryptos does not have precedents for us to safely follow without unnecessary hardships.

  • Joincoin has all the 13 algos at the initial launch. The reason that it  might be hard to continue from there could be why the dev gave up. Yes, adding new wallet features or other non-window wallets  (e.g., Mac wallet, web wallet and paper wallet, etc.,) for a multi-algo crypto could be very daunting works.

    In short, Joincoin most likely will do its primary jobs well as an active ( and probably popular) crypto through aggressive supports and should achieve its other functions through 3rd-party platforms until there is further solutions. I would think about posting bounties for those jobs (which we can not do now) for us to accomplish in the near future when the time is right.


It appears that Joincoin still needs to face the end of the present 2 Joincoins/block POW in about 8 months.


The block height is about 177,000 now. The POW would end at block 626,200 in about 8 months.

I would be in favor of continuing (edit discontinuing) POW  probably through (edit after)a relaunch from a higher POW block rewards, halving every 2-3 weeks or so for the next 0.4-0.8 million Joincoins, to reach a final lower fixed POW probably 0.2 Joincons/block (which would be about 6% annual rate of market cap increase/inflation), after the 4-5 halvings.

  • This is considering the all-algo "mining" features of Joincoins. It appears that mining would become very hard due to higher difficulties, especially without a lot of pool for some of the algos. Hopefully, by that time higher power computers would be coming out and there could be better solutions.
    Whatever least likely to go wrong and best in terms of stability, security and safety for the Joincoins would be what I want and good for the cryptocurrency.

[Edit] Please see the above.

It is no-brainer now.

Because the all-algo features would not be working well in the future, considering all the problems in mining with some of the algos even at the present much lower difficulty levels, it might be better just to change to pure POS without POW at all after a brief accelerated POW-relaunch and around 4 halvings of block rewards.

In this way, we let miners with any of the algos complete and end the intended POW mining activities, then we would proceed to POS phase with an annual percentage probably in the range of 2-5%.

Therefore, the only workable plan is to proceed with a transition plan of
                    from [POW(present)] to [POW(relaunch)] to  [end POW+start pure POS] for the Joincoin

If there is no obvious problem, I believe that this is the way Joincoin should go. Certainly, after becoming POS, the unprecedented 13-all-aglo POW features would become a memory of the past only for the Joincoin.


After that, we would not have any restriction for our needed wallet features.

  Cheesy

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October 02, 2015, 02:17:18 PM
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Any timeline for the accelerated mining plan prior to POS implementation? Thanks in advance
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October 02, 2015, 02:56:12 PM
Last edit: October 04, 2015, 03:43:03 AM by DOGEbubble
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Any timeline for the accelerated mining plan prior to POS implementation? Thanks in advance

If everything goes well, the details of the plan will be announced in the coming week, hopefully by the weekend, for a relaunch date probably about one month from now.  Cheesy

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October 06, 2015, 06:18:33 AM
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Any timeline for the accelerated mining plan prior to POS implementation? Thanks in advance

Just to give a brief update:

There is still difficulty in switching to POS; therefore it won't happen.

The only choice now is to continue POW.

It should be fair to have POW reward halving starting from an accelerated relaunch ending in final block rewards of around 0.2 Joincoins after 5-6 halvings.

In any schedules, the halving would be short. We have to end in a fixed reward; otherwise, it will quickly drop to nearly zero. Even at 0.2 Joincoins/block, it is still about equivalent of about 5% annual rate initially.
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Hopefully, with stable prices and mining profitability, more mining pools will come, to improve the all-algo images of the Joincoin.   Cheesy


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October 06, 2015, 07:02:40 AM
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Any timeline for the accelerated mining plan prior to POS implementation? Thanks in advance

Just to give a brief update:

There is still difficulty in switching to POS; therefore it won't happen.

The only choice now is to continue POW.

It should be fair to have POW reward halving starting from an accelerated relaunch ending in final block rewards of around 0.2 Joincoins after 5-6 halvings.

In any schedules, the halving would be short. We have to end in a fixed reward; otherwise, it will quickly drop to nearly zero. Even at 0.2 Joincoins/block, it is still about equivalent of about 5% annual rate initially.
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Hopefully, with stable prices and mining profitability, more mining pools will come, to improve the all-algo images of the Joincoin.   Cheesy



I have been following this for a few weeks
and i have mined  J as well
at the moment its a very good coin with its block reward  at 2 J if you start changing that then it won't be profitable to mine sha anymore.

Not sure what your long term plans are for the coin but you could do a 1-1 swap if you do want to go down the POS side of things.

Just my thoughts 
you got a very good community here but they all need to speak out more.

Keep up the good work guys I LOVE Joincoin


 
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October 06, 2015, 06:20:21 PM
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Any timeline for the accelerated mining plan prior to POS implementation? Thanks in advance
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The only choice now is to continue POW.      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


I have been following this for a few weeks
and i have mined  J as well
at the moment its a very good coin with its block reward  at 2 J if you start changing that then it won't be profitable to mine sha anymore.

Not sure what your long term plans are for the coin but you could do a 1-1 swap if you do want to go down the POS side of things.

Just my thoughts  
you got a very good community here but they all need to speak out more.

Keep up the good work guys I LOVE Joincoin


 

1) It is likely that having mining activity continued till the time the maximal 2.8 million Joincoins is reached and without doing anything else is still one of the choice.

2) I would intend to make as little changes as possible after finding difficulties in adding new wallet features ( for such a unprecedented all-algo POW cryptocurrency) unless someone can come out with enough time, competence and confidence to lead the Joincoin forward.

Without setting up new features, the Joincoin has to find ways to have market place and other activities integrated through 3rd-party platforms which could be still problematic.

3) To have mining continued, there is no choice other than cutting down Block rewards in the end to continue it forever; otherwise mining has to end anyway.

I would be more worried about not being able to support price during accelerated mining; during the time of lowered block rewards, the price would be easier to keep or rise (due to decreased amount of new coins mined/sell pressure) and could be even more profitable than what we have now.

The problem at #2 above still stays.

4) That's why I would have been more in favor of the switching to POS (which could not be done) (or as suggested by you, swap to POS- still hard for me, as I do not have the time- which still can be considered if any arrangement can be done).  Cheesy

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October 10, 2015, 11:40:57 AM
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Is everything ok with the network?  I woke up this morning to a lot of orphan blocks.  It is a first.  Did we fork? 

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October 10, 2015, 12:00:46 PM
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Is everything ok with the network?  I woke up this morning to a lot of orphan blocks.  It is a first.  Did we fork? 


i woke up to a stack of new found blocks, clean and shiny.
just check your chain against BE:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/j/

I appear to be on the right block height - but I woke up to (23) generated but not accepted blocks.  It is the first time it ever happened.  I will keep mining and see if it fixes itself.  I am mining the quark algo.

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October 10, 2015, 12:49:04 PM
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Is everything ok with the network?  I woke up this morning to a lot of orphan blocks.  It is a first.  Did we fork?  


i woke up to a stack of new found blocks, clean and shiny.
just check your chain against BE:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/j/

I appear to be on the right block height - but I woke up to (23) generated but not accepted blocks.  It is the first time it ever happened.  I will keep mining and see if it fixes itself.  I am mining the quark algo.

maybe it's a stupid assumption, but are u sure your wallet is in quark mode ?
restart may help anyway

Yes it is in Quark mode.  I am now resynching the blockchain. 

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Yes it is in Quark mode.  I am now resynching the blockchain.  

next stupid assumption is wrong system clock, it certainly can cause orphans in hybrid coins, maybe pure pow as well

Hrmmm - checked and clock is good.  Blockchain just downloaded and mining started again.  I will give it some time and see if it fixes itself.

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October 10, 2015, 04:54:35 PM
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Yes it is in Quark mode.  I am now resynching the blockchain.  

next stupid assumption is wrong system clock, it certainly can cause orphans in hybrid coins, maybe pure pow as well

Hrmmm - checked and clock is good.  Blockchain just downloaded and mining started again.  I will give it some time and see if it fixes itself.

All seems to be working again.  Tks for the help.

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October 20, 2015, 09:39:06 AM
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probably this has been pointed out already, but the OP is severly outdated!
exchanges, nodes, explorers...

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October 20, 2015, 11:37:16 AM
Last edit: October 22, 2015, 01:33:55 PM by DOGEbubble
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probably this has been pointed out already, but the OP is severly outdated!
exchanges, nodes, explorers...


editTemporary Updated Infos For Joincoin to carry this box to new pages from time to time last updated 10/22/2015

When the time is right, probably in 1-2 months, we need to open a new thread, in order to get the OP updated.

Before that, some more updated infos are here:

http://www.joincoin.org/

edit the Wallet download from the OP and the website are not working,



New site for window Wallet download:

https://mega.nz/#F!fVdSxbpC!jfTfoGI84XCQMeDZRe1f7Q right click the file at MEGA

https://www.dropbox.com/s/mqc4ubiblnnwutn/joincoin-1.3-qt.exe?dl=0

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edit Mining pool(s)

sha256 (x11 scrypt)  Super Ninja Pool  http://superninjapool.tk/
SHA256  http://151.80.206.105/index.php  (working?)

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More Nodes/Explorers

The following Blockchain Explorers (and Masternodes) as well as Addnodes info are active and running:

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/j/
http://j.explorer.bitnodes.net/  (3 Masternodes https://bitnodes.net/status/)
http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=J&currency_info

The bitnodes.net Explorer seems to be lagging in time; Will monitor and ask them to correct it.   corrected Cheesy

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October 20, 2015, 02:37:30 PM
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Unable to access mega...any alternative sites to download windows wallet?
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October 20, 2015, 03:52:27 PM
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Unable to access mega...any alternative sites to download windows wallet?

Try to access mega from other browser and don't use any adblockers or you can download joincoin-1.3 windows wallet from dropbox:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mqc4ubiblnnwutn/joincoin-1.3-qt.exe?dl=0 .
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Unable to access mega...any alternative sites to download windows wallet?

Try to access mega from other browser and don't use any adblockers or you can download joincoin-1.3 windows wallet from dropbox:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mqc4ubiblnnwutn/joincoin-1.3-qt.exe?dl=0 .

Thanks for the dropbox link. It worked. Smiley
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October 22, 2015, 08:26:11 AM
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I'm attempting to mine this coin, however, whenever I try to run ccminer I don't get accepted or rejected shares from the wallet, why is this?

I buy private Nvidia miners. Send information and/or inquiries to my PM box.
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October 22, 2015, 08:28:20 AM
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I'm attempting to mine this coin, however, whenever I try to run ccminer I don't get accepted or rejected shares from the wallet, why is this?

Are you solomining? which algorithm? how much hashrate?

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October 22, 2015, 08:28:36 AM
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I'm attempting to mine this coin, however, whenever I try to run ccminer I don't get accepted or rejected shares from the wallet, why is this?
hi
you will need to post more information first

IE
what algo you are using
what kit you are using

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