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Author Topic: [ANN][GAP] Gapcoin - Prime Gap Search - New Math Algo - CPU / GPU - Zero Premine  (Read 268357 times)
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June 04, 2016, 05:17:57 PM
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Is there a way to see the overall activity?

About 2 weeks ago the rate of record results on the Gapcoin page went up dramatically, and has stayed that way.  The overall number of Gapcoin records had been falling by about 100/month since January (that is, the number of gaps found were not enough to keep up with the amount of records broken by others), but since then it has been able to keep up and even gain a little.

I looked at the coinia stats page on the first post, and it doesn't seem right.  BitCoinFX reports one of his machines generates 15M pps.  That exceeds coinia's "networkprimeps" number for most of this year.  It's reporting a current value of about 22M pps, which implies there are only a couple machines running, which doesn't seem right.  It shows 500 new accounts every day, and one would think they might actually run something.

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June 04, 2016, 07:12:05 PM
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@YomKi

The 22M diff at http://gap.coinia.net/gap/blockexplorer.php is the current network difficulty, as in Console > getdifficulty

I'm also not aware of any published 'live' statistics for the network total primespersec - being estimated or otherwise.

I suppose that the slight overall difficulty increase is due to more people mining Gapcoin and also running at the higher shifts.


Moreover, the Gapcoin network is seeing increased participation from Technical / University Department IP space, including Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic, USA, Russia and China. It is unclear if any of these nodes are actually mining Gapcoin or just simply collating data on Prime Gaps etc.,

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June 04, 2016, 07:23:08 PM
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I am not sure if i remember correctly, but with 20 cores a month ago i had roughly 5-10% of the hashrate.
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June 04, 2016, 08:41:52 PM
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@YomKi

The 22M diff at http://gap.coinia.net/gap/blockexplorer.php is the current network difficulty, as in Console > getdifficulty

I'm also not aware of any published 'live' statistics for the network total primespersec - being estimated or otherwise.

I didn't mean the difficulty, but the primes per second.  http://gap.coinia.net/gap/stat.php under "networkprimesps" would seem to be a live statistic for network total primes per second.  It was in the hundreds of millions in early 2015, then fell to very little (sub 10M early this year).  It's up to about 22 million (unrelated to the difficulty which happens to be around 22.x).

Greek's number indicates 200-400 cores worth overall back in the low-result time frame, or (extremely roughly) around 50 full time computers.



On another, previous, topic of getting university support for gapcoin, I thought the answers here were interesting:

Could Bitcoin's mining be combined with actually useful work?

Why haven't bit-miners repurposed their Bitcoin mining operations to solve for “Real” and “Important”, unsolved mathematical mysteries?

Considering most answers are "no".  The questions are not quite the same (at least the answers assume the result must be a proof rather than understanding).
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June 05, 2016, 03:30:48 AM
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Is there a blockchain download for this anywhere?  I mined this when it first came out.  Saved the wallet but rebuilt the machine.  I have to sync from scratch.  If anyone could zip up a Windows blockchain I'll provide a place to upload to. At the rate it's syncing it could take a week. 

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Last edit: June 09, 2016, 02:16:00 PM by BitcoinFX
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Is there a blockchain download for this anywhere?  I mined this when it first came out.  Saved the wallet but rebuilt the machine.  I have to sync from scratch.  If anyone could zip up a Windows blockchain I'll provide a place to upload to. At the rate it's syncing it could take a week.  

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Thought that the Gapcoin blockchain was listed / available at: http://cryptochainer.com - however it needs to be added on the website.

Requested here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1333062.msg15088359#msg15088359

EDIT: Gapcoin now added to cryptochainer.com - they also include a peers.dat

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June 09, 2016, 02:30:59 PM
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Thanks for that @no-ice-please

As above, cryptochainer.com has also added the Gapcoin blockchain for direct download.

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Remember that mining for Gapcoin blocks (at the current difficulty) with your CPU is as easy as downloading the client wallet (fully syncing the blockchain) and then setting > setgenerate true in the Help > Console.  Smiley

Start mining for Gapcoin (in-wallet)
Code:
setgenerate true

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Start mining for Gapcoin (in-wallet using just 2 CPU cores etc.) - http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
Code:
setgenerate true 2

Stop mining for Gapcoin (in-wallet)
Code:
setgenerate false

Remembering that the in-wallet CPU miner is not as efficient as other Gapcoin mining software.

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June 09, 2016, 04:23:40 PM
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Gapcoin blockchain is now available for download from CryptoChainer.com.  Enjoy.
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June 12, 2016, 05:49:10 PM
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Hello.

This is my thinking and knowing (worth what it's worth) on GAPCOIN currency.

Something is wrong and strange in Gapcoin mining.

The difficulty has increased a lot and quickly, and with a tendency to increase more.

The mining with CPU / GPU (resistant ASIC), and the current difficulty and to approach the day of reward decrease I do not see good thing for GAP.

In Exchange (Poloniex), some "mentally retarded" do everything for the currency increasingly worth less, which does not understand and is not intelligent.

Did someone cut the ASIC resistance? And the dev did wrong Huh? thing.

I do not think the normal 40 colors (64 bits) only make on average 500 Gap day? .

I liked to know the opinion of Gap community.

Note: translated text in translate.google.pt
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July 01, 2016, 08:54:10 AM
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The diff dropped to about 20.5 by the last Xmas. It was nice to mine for a few months until the coin got a pump in March. The diff moved slowly to 22. It dropped recently to 21.5 or something.
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So did the developer leave?
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tests/s should be more or less than pps?

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July 11, 2016, 05:29:42 AM
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invalid application of 'sizeof' to incomplete type 'boost::STATIC_ASSERTION_FAILURE<false>
For compile in Ubuntu 16.04 with boost 1.58 need patch:
https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/6114/commits/824c011d165cc352088f8e238f66b829b0e654ed

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Somewhat off topic, but this might be interesting for the prime gap crowd:

http://bit-player.org/2016/prime-after-prime

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Chinese exchanges seem to like science cryptos like XPM, so that they might like GAP too, and it would be a good idea to contact some: like BTC38 or Jubi - see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1419665.0

Would probably need a bounty for a chinese translation.



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July 15, 2016, 11:54:39 AM
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Chinese exchanges seem to like science cryptos like XPM, so that they might like GAP too, and it would be a good idea to contact some: like BTC38 or Jubi - see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1419665.0

Would probably need a bounty for a chinese translation.

I said that half a year ago, but no luck. It seems we have no Chinese users simply.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=822498.msg14033286#msg14033286

This ANN is also outdated. No working pool. No commits to Github for 1.5 years. If the dev was a bit more active, it could be great.
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Anyone wants to share the best settings for gpu miner? I am using -t 1 -w 512. Is there something else to modify? Thanks

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J0nn9 seems to be a known math person, he is not an anonymous stranger who made the coin and disappeared. If he has time for the coin, and wants to develop more he will, otherwise he won't. Anybody could probably send him an email with bribe offers but he might feel better about working on the coin if other people also did some work.

But he wasnt here since October 2015 :-(
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 Here are some small bounties for translations that are done by native speakers, not by Google Translate. The bounty is 0.02 btc for translations by native speakers into the following languages, Chinese, German, Russian.

Please post that you are offering to translate, then wait for a post that says okay. Then once we have both agreed publicly the job can be done.

The price is fixed. I'm sorry it's not more generous. Eventually I will try to offer bounties for Italian, Spanish, Tagalog and some other languages. If somebody else wants to offer bounties I might chip in a little. A block explorer is needed.


The text between the #### symbols is the text that needs to be translated. I updated the initial announcement a little and would appreciate any suggestions on changes. The translation can be 'improved" or adapted by the translator in any way he or she thinks is appropriate, then posted in the relevant language thread.

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####Gapcoin is an older math coin, started in 2014, that uses a special algorithm to search for Prime Gaps. Gapcoin has already found a substantial number of high merit Prime Gaps and is one of the more serious math coins. It is not heavily promoted or pumped but some supporters are trying to encourage interest. Since China has the most activity right now in similar coins, Primecoin and Riecoin it might also be a good market for Gapcoin. If you want to help develop Gapcoin, or have any ideas please post. The English thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=822498.0 is active though the original dev does not stop by frequently. ####

####Website:#### gapcoin.org


####Block explorer / Network info:####

####Blocks:#### http://cryptoguru.tk/Blocks/index.php?Currency=GAP

####Exchanges####:


####Bounties have been issued in the past, both for work on the coin and for breaking certain records. If you are interested in contributing to a bounty or doing some work for one, please post. Gapmine has no premine, so all bounties come from contributors. If you want to offer a bounty for something you do not need to ask somebody, just offer it. ####


####Highest found merits (Top 30 Gapcoin)####: http://gapcoin.org/primegaps.php
####Top-20 merits world record list####: http://primerecords.dk/primegaps/gaps20.htm
####Top-20 Prime Gaps for all merits####: http://primerecords.dk/primegaps/gaps20all.htm

####Gapcoin broke records of many hundreds of first known occurrence prime gaps:####

http://www.trnicely.net/gaps/g4k.html ####More than 100 records####
http://www.trnicely.net/gaps/g6k.html ####91 records####
http://www.trnicely.net/gaps/g8k.html ####3 records####
http://www.trnicely.net/gaps/g10k.html ####More than 100 records####
http://www.trnicely.net/gaps/g15k.html ####More than 100 records####
http://www.trnicely.net/gaps/g20k.html ####53 records####


####Specifications:####

  • ####PoW: custom, prime gaps####
  • ####Block target time 2.5 minutes####
  • ####Block reward proportional to the current difficulty####
  • ####Block reward halving every 420000 (about 2 years)####
  • ####Cap: about 10 - 30 million GAP####
  • ####Difficulty adjusts every block and increases logarithmic (it will probably take years to get to 50)####

####Fair launch:####

  • ####Gapcoin was not designed to enrich the early adopters or the coin creators! The more people mine Gapcoin, the more coins per block will be produced. (Coin supply will increase logarithmic with the difficulty, this means it will grow in the beginning, but later, it won't change much.)####
  • ####There won't be any premine!####
  • ####To avoid instamine, the reward of the first 1152 blocks (about 48 hours) will increase quadratically to its absolute value: the current difficulty. Block reward will be 1/1152^2 * blockheight^2 * difficulty for the first 1152 blocks. This should guarantee that the difficulty is stable until the blocks yield a worthwhile amount of coins.####
  • ####Source code will be available before launch (excluding the PoW function), so everyone can setup their own environment, compile the software, and check if everything works.####
  • ####Windows and Linux binaries will be distributed in an encrypted container before launch, the password will be revealed at launch.####

####Launch date:#### ####Tue Oct 21 2014 - 18:00 UTC####


####Wallet:####

####Windows:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/gapcoin/releases/download/v0.9.2-rev2/gapcoin-rev2-windows.zip
md5: f476544e2b34133d829d585e6b9d3f7a

####Linux:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/gapcoin/releases/download/v0.9.2-rev2/gapcoin-rev2-linux.zip
md5: 50551e97df7cdfd672a66ebf059cee20

####Source code:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/gapcoin

####Build instructions for Gapcoin Core:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/gapcoin/blob/v0.9.2-gap/doc/build-unix.md



####Latest GapMiner (CPU/GPU) Release####

####Windows:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/gapminer-rev4.1/windows.zip
md5: 140c6b00811bd6474582f360956b4daa

####Linux:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/gapminer-rev4/linux.zip
md5: 71cc3cb94265adf5b4f583b05c704c06

####Source Code:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner ####(branch gpu-miner)####


####Improved GPU-Miner (experimental):####

####Windows:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/gpu-miner-rev3/windows.zip
md5: 6e0fa4a4331c3758bec1fc74334aa753

####Linux:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/gpu-miner-rev3/linux.zip
md5: 85bb6f69b22de5e51388155e7b532195

####Source Code:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner ####(branch gpu-miner)####

####Old GPU-Miner:####
####Windows:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/gpu-miner-rev2/windows.zip
####Linux:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/gpu-miner-rev2/linux.zip



####Modded CPU-Miner (by dcct, about 10x faster than old version):####

####Windows:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/dcct-mod/windows.zip
md5: d8b7f82ef2e325f7feff1b2630e21849

####Linux:#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/dcct-mod/linux.zip
md5: 15999a95ed79174c83c92827884ee8b6



####RPC-Pool-Miner (source code):#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner

####RPC-Pool-Miner (Linux binaries):#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/rev3/gapminer-linux-rev3.zip
md5: 3b79f2b3f6b74bee04ad267b4f595b40

####RPC-Pool-Miner (Windows binaries):#### https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner/releases/download/rev3/gapminer-windows-rev3.zip
md5: e406f2c94b00a7abf84e9e5b696ffa47




####Gapcoin should automatically connect to the network,
but if you get problems, you can add nodes to your gapcoin.conf file:####

####Some current nodes as of July 21, 2016####
addnode=212.227.143.155:31469
addnode=178.130.36.81:31469
addnode=91.155.235.8:31469
addnode=195.9.85.220:31469
addnode=186.23.160.142:31469
addnode=178.62.70.163:31469
addnode=139.59.176.197:31469
addnode=46.101.27.9:31469
addnode=201.239.46.137:31469
addnode=104.172.24.79:31469

####You can also use the addnode command in the console to add nodes.
For example ####
addnode 212.227.143.155:31469 add


####Miscellaneous:####

####Mining hardware comparison (outdated):#### http://gapcoin.org/hardware-comparison.php



####New RPC calls:####

Code:
listbestprimes amount (min merit)

Returns a sorted list of the best prime gap merits.

Arguments:
1. amount        (numeric). number of prime gaps to display
2. merit         (numeric, default = 16). minimum merit to display

Code:
listprimerecords merit

Returns a list of all prime gaps with the given integer merit.

Arguments:
1. merit        (numeric 1,2,3..) the prime gap merit.

####Note: The above rpc-calls can take a long time to respond.####

####Logos (new):####

http://gapcoin.org/logos/gapcoin_header.jpg
http://gapcoin.org/logos/new-logos.jpg

####Logos (old):####

http://gapcoin.org/logos/Logo.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/qt-test-net.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/qt-main-net.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/qt-green-big.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/twitter-white-black.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/twitter-white-shadow1.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/twitter-white-shadow2.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/twitter-white-shadow3.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/twitter-green-more-black.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/twitter-lila.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/twitter-green-smal.png
http://gapcoin.org/logos/twitter-green.png

####The background of the Logos shows a sector from an image of the prime number distribution.
Every colored pixel represents a prime number. The original image is 2310 pixel width.####


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July 22, 2016, 06:32:23 PM
 #1360

I'm finding the bootstrap of Gapcoin for a long time and the developer seems to be unresponsive.
I had some hopes and looked forward to it but this kind of slow development will withdraw itself from the competition.

Also while GPU mining I am getting this error all the time:

Code:
I have this error :
Usage: EXEC[UTE] statement
SP2-0734: unknown command beginning "dbms_data_..." - rest of line ignored.

The problem is caused by this command :
EXEC dbms_data_mining.create_model('MAI','ATTRIBUTE_IMPORTANCE','MT',null,'T');
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