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Author Topic: [ANN][SLR] SolarCoin | PoW to PoS v. 2.0 | Solar Proof of Generation (§1 = 1MWh)  (Read 432485 times)
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December 05, 2015, 04:13:48 AM
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

Just an FYI, Affiliates sites are moving along nicely http://www.solarchange.co/  www.solcrypto.com .  The operating model going forward will likely see these 2 sites develop software and back-ends fro web-based wallets, direct inverter feeds etc. that are available for sub affiliate licensing.  Anyone interested in a sub-affilaite country should reach out.  Canada and India are currently in talks. 

PM me for intro's to the affilaites if you are interested in representing a countries claims process and want some form of Turn-key platform to support your efforts. Everything under the sun is up for grabs but going fast.

Nick

Sites are definitely looking and moving along nicely I had a good look around www.solcrypto.com the other night functions exactly as I thought it would.

Sent you a PM regarding the Aus based sub-affiliate.

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December 05, 2015, 08:31:26 PM
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

It's a fully functional PC so yes I can open the task manager and quit the processes I don't need in the background...
Im using the same power supply as the one I had on my raspberry PI so i think it uses about 2-3 watts.
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December 06, 2015, 01:08:29 AM
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

It's a fully functional PC so yes I can open the task manager and quit the processes I don't need in the background...
Im using the same power supply as the one I had on my raspberry PI so i think it uses about 2-3 watts.


pics?  Smiley

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December 06, 2015, 08:37:58 AM
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

It's a fully functional PC so yes I can open the task manager and quit the processes I don't need in the background...
Im using the same power supply as the one I had on my raspberry PI so i think it uses about 2-3 watts.


pics?  Smiley

Here you go :

http://imgur.com/a/Doslh

Here is another screenshot with the task manager:

http://imgur.com/CJwWpYs

I can only recommend this for staking Solarcoins.
It's really awesome! A bit slow every now and then but more than sufficient for staking.


Edit: I took another screenshot of the back of the box, it displays the power consumption.
http://imgur.com/gYaIJUY

I think it translates to 2.69 Watt when it operation and 0.04 when in standby mode Smiley
 
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December 06, 2015, 10:17:41 AM
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

It's a fully functional PC so yes I can open the task manager and quit the processes I don't need in the background...
Im using the same power supply as the one I had on my raspberry PI so i think it uses about 2-3 watts.


pics?  Smiley

Here you go :

http://imgur.com/a/Doslh

Here is another screenshot with the task manager:

http://imgur.com/CJwWpYs

I can only recommend this for staking Solarcoins.
It's really awesome! A bit slow every now and then but more than sufficient for staking.


Edit: I took another screenshot of the back of the box, it displays the power consumption.
http://imgur.com/gYaIJUY

I think it translates to 2.69 Watt when it operation and 0.04 when in standby mode Smiley
 


Very Cool! Glad it worked.
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December 06, 2015, 04:37:54 PM
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December 06, 2015, 09:59:51 PM
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So is it possible to compile solarcoin for a Raspberry Pi running Ubuntu, has anyone managed it?

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December 06, 2015, 11:18:06 PM
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I think it would be best to remove the image with the giant sun on the solarcoin website.

I'm talking about the first one out of 5 that pops up when you go to : http://solarcoin.org/en/front-page/
What are your thoughts about this, I don't really like it
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December 07, 2015, 01:31:14 AM
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

It's a fully functional PC so yes I can open the task manager and quit the processes I don't need in the background...
Im using the same power supply as the one I had on my raspberry PI so i think it uses about 2-3 watts.


pics?  Smiley

Here you go :

http://imgur.com/a/Doslh

Here is another screenshot with the task manager:

http://imgur.com/CJwWpYs

I can only recommend this for staking Solarcoins.
It's really awesome! A bit slow every now and then but more than sufficient for staking.


Edit: I took another screenshot of the back of the box, it displays the power consumption.
http://imgur.com/gYaIJUY

I think it translates to 2.69 Watt when it operation and 0.04 when in standby mode Smiley
 


Very Cool! Glad it worked.

+1, very cool guys.
It's running on about 2-3W?

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December 07, 2015, 01:36:44 AM
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

Just an FYI, Affiliates sites are moving along nicely http://www.solarchange.co/  www.solcrypto.com .  The operating model going forward will likely see these 2 sites develop software and back-ends fro web-based wallets, direct inverter feeds etc. that are available for sub affiliate licensing.  Anyone interested in a sub-affilaite country should reach out.  Canada and India are currently in talks. 

PM me for intro's to the affilaites if you are interested in representing a countries claims process and want some form of Turn-key platform to support your efforts. Everything under the sun is up for grabs but going fast.

Nick

Sites are definitely looking and moving along nicely I had a good look around www.solcrypto.com the other night functions exactly as I thought it would.

Sent you a PM regarding the Aus based sub-affiliate.

+1, Welcome Buds.
Yes, the Australian network is growing very quickly and that Sub-affiliate along with NZ will be very important.
Cheers,
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December 07, 2015, 09:16:56 AM
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

It's a fully functional PC so yes I can open the task manager and quit the processes I don't need in the background...
Im using the same power supply as the one I had on my raspberry PI so i think it uses about 2-3 watts.


pics?  Smiley

Here you go :

http://imgur.com/a/Doslh

Here is another screenshot with the task manager:

http://imgur.com/CJwWpYs

I can only recommend this for staking Solarcoins.
It's really awesome! A bit slow every now and then but more than sufficient for staking.


Edit: I took another screenshot of the back of the box, it displays the power consumption.
http://imgur.com/gYaIJUY

I think it translates to 2.69 Watt when it operation and 0.04 when in standby mode Smiley
 


Very Cool! Glad it worked.

+1, very cool guys.
It's running on about 2-3W?

Yes that's correct. Amazing right? it's just what I needed to replace my 500W machine I was using before Smiley
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December 07, 2015, 09:17:50 AM
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I think it would be best to remove the image with the giant sun on the solarcoin website.

I'm talking about the first one out of 5 that pops up when you go to : http://solarcoin.org/en/front-page/
What are your thoughts about this, I don't really like it

Maybe keep it as a sun and just tone it down a bit to something more inviting kind of looks like it's about to rain hell-fire down on us at the moment.. Smiley

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December 07, 2015, 09:21:26 AM
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I think it would be best to remove the image with the giant sun on the solarcoin website.

I'm talking about the first one out of 5 that pops up when you go to : http://solarcoin.org/en/front-page/
What are your thoughts about this, I don't really like it

Maybe keep it as a sun and just tone it down a bit to something more inviting kind of looks like it's about to rain hell-fire down on us at the moment.. Smiley

Yes that would be great, I have a feeling it looks a bit ''scammy''right now...
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December 07, 2015, 09:29:54 AM
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nice coin with active developer Smiley
long life and still hold your solarcoin
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December 07, 2015, 09:33:16 AM
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I think it would be best to remove the image with the giant sun on the solarcoin website.

I'm talking about the first one out of 5 that pops up when you go to : http://solarcoin.org/en/front-page/
What are your thoughts about this, I don't really like it

Maybe keep it as a sun and just tone it down a bit to something more inviting kind of looks like it's about to rain hell-fire down on us at the moment.. Smiley

Yes that would be great, I have a feeling it looks a bit ''scammy''right now...

Not sure if I would say "scammy" as such...I'm thinking something more like this http://www.tullahomanews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/web-Sky-and-Sun-pic.jpg. So more earthly and inviting if that make sense.

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December 07, 2015, 09:41:01 AM
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I think it would be best to remove the image with the giant sun on the solarcoin website.

I'm talking about the first one out of 5 that pops up when you go to : http://solarcoin.org/en/front-page/
What are your thoughts about this, I don't really like it

Maybe keep it as a sun and just tone it down a bit to something more inviting kind of looks like it's about to rain hell-fire down on us at the moment.. Smiley

Yes that would be great, I have a feeling it looks a bit ''scammy''right now...

Not sure if I would say "scammy" as such...I'm thinking something more like this http://www.tullahomanews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/web-Sky-and-Sun-pic.jpg. So more earthly and inviting if that make sense.

Yes this looks better, as long as the super bright red goes away I think we should be good
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December 07, 2015, 09:43:08 AM
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nice coin with active developer Smiley
long life and still hold your solarcoin

You got it Wink

Solarcoin is one of the only Altcoins I still enjoy holding and trading. Because in my opinion it's worth every penny.
I did own quite a few shitty altcoins back in the day but I converted almost everything to solarcoin

Edit: It would be great to finally see it on btc-e or another large exchange like the coinbase exchange.

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December 07, 2015, 11:31:50 AM
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Im starting to get a little annoyed with the Solarcoin client.
For some reason it looks like I have forked and I am now 5 blocks ahead of the proper blockchain.
How does this happen?

When I try to reload blockchain it simply gets stuck and says download ended prematurely.

Can anyone help? I dont want to delete everything in %appdata% Solarcoin because it took me almost 24h to sync the entire chain in my intel pc stick


Edit: I restarted my Solarcoin client and it seems to work now, Everything is back to normal, Im going to go grab some food and then ill be back to check on my client.
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December 07, 2015, 05:47:04 PM
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I think it would be best to remove the image with the giant sun on the solarcoin website.

I'm talking about the first one out of 5 that pops up when you go to : http://solarcoin.org/en/front-page/
What are your thoughts about this, I don't really like it

Maybe keep it as a sun and just tone it down a bit to something more inviting kind of looks like it's about to rain hell-fire down on us at the moment.. Smiley

Yes that would be great, I have a feeling it looks a bit ''scammy''right now...

Not sure if I would say "scammy" as such...I'm thinking something more like this http://www.tullahomanews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/web-Sky-and-Sun-pic.jpg. So more earthly and inviting if that make sense.

Now that is a GOOD image for SLR.  It clicks (for me anyway) all the right buttons :

Sunshine
Clean / Green
Renewal
Pollution free skies
Uncluttered horizon
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December 07, 2015, 08:04:11 PM
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Im starting to get a little annoyed with the Solarcoin client.
For some reason it looks like I have forked and I am now 5 blocks ahead of the proper blockchain.
How does this happen?

When I try to reload blockchain it simply gets stuck and says download ended prematurely.

Can anyone help? I dont want to delete everything in %appdata% Solarcoin because it took me almost 24h to sync the entire chain in my intel pc stick


Edit: I restarted my Solarcoin client and it seems to work now, Everything is back to normal, Im going to go grab some food and then ill be back to check on my client.


I think it can be normal to sometimes to be 10+ blocks ahead but not forked. This can sometimes be due to RPC lag on the node or even just the fact the node where the block explorer pulls its data from is behind a bit due. There should me many checks happening in the background to prevent a fork but sometimes it can happen.

Saying that I could be total wrong...

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