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Author Topic: [ANN][GAP] Gapcoin - Prime Gap Search - New Math Algo - CPU / GPU - Zero Premine  (Read 268141 times)
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January 07, 2019, 01:41:40 PM
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no pool please, solo is good for now )
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January 13, 2019, 12:34:22 PM
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topia FUND invites any GAP to join in getting a new cryptopia going
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5065176

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January 14, 2019, 07:16:52 AM
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The best exchange to hook up with ATM is https://trade.mct.plus/ they will have a central exchange later this year.  If someone more diplomatic than myself would try to get Gapcoin listed there I would appreciate it. 

It appears I was mistaken thinking Gapcoin would need a hard fork.  Based on the assumption when I tried GJHiggins repository.

Apparently Higgins never built upwards by cloning Gapcoin, but was trying to work backwords using a fork of Bitcoin and changing certain terms, not really sure what he was doing.

I encourage someone capable to Clone Gapcoin and take the lead of writing fixes.  

Currently there are no needs for fixes if using TRISQUEL OS https://trisquel.info/

git clone https://github.com/SwissKnife1000/gapcoin

I have looked over the codebase some.  All the Arrays and Vectors will need to be changed to Uint64 from Unint32.  I have some preliminary work, and hopefully with some extra help we can get a Gapcoin Sha512 64 Bit Prime Gap generator working.  

Everything has to start somewhere and we should be thankful for Jonn9 and his work.  This world is consumed by evil.  I think the awesome power Russia is displaying to the beast power with interest.  Maybe the beast wants to play FTSE under the sea?  Or some fencing with Avant-Guard

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January 18, 2019, 03:16:10 PM
Last edit: January 18, 2019, 04:38:00 PM by BitcoinFX
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no pool please, solo is good for now )

Sure thing, although if someone does come along with a new pool (public or private) then it's, do what thou wilt ...  Smiley

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topia FUND invites any GAP to join in getting a new cryptopia going
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5065176

Good effort! Sadly Gapcoin was de-listed from cryptopia.co.nz on 10th Jan. 2019 (as previously advised).

Furthermore, it would seem that we have had a lucky escape as cryptopia.co.nz was apparently hacked on 14th/15th Jan. 2019 and remains closed at present. Users Gapcoin funds were therefore mostly unaffected.

@four3200 - interested in your decentralized exchange suggestions and watching the thread. Keep us posted about any developments!

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@UsernameNumber7 - trade.mct.plus looks OK - I will contact them via discord when I find a moment.

Indeed GJHiggins repository seems to be working backwards ...

Contrary to popular belief, I'm able to build new binaries for windows and linux. However, I do not currently have a fully working / up-to-date / secure build environment, but I'm working to fix that soon.

I have mentioned Gapcoin development to the guys who had recently forked Bitcoin ABC to Bitcoin Stash. These guys are competent 'Bitcoin' developers and I hope that we might work with them in the future. See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5043802.0

Does your repo. SwissKnife1000/gapcoin - build a working QT successfully on Ubuntu 18.04 running without error 'loadlocale.c:129: _nl_intern_locale_data: Assertion `cnt < (sizeof (_nl_value_type_LC_TIME) / sizeof (_nl_value_type_LC_TIME[0]))' failed.' and where 'export LC_ALL=C' etc., will only fix the issue temporarily ?

The Gapcoin daemon (and QT wallet) will compile and run on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS - so, in terms of operating systems, we are OK until early 2020.

I do need to spend more time to familiarize myself with the code base. Sadly, other things always take priority.

I have been optimizing the CRT mining sets for the higher merits. Despite some of the 'safety' restrictions in the code base (1024 shift etc.,) I remain confident that we could hit a merit of around 46 with the current implementation! We just need enough base level hashing power (from in-wallet mining) and CRT miners who know 'how to' mine correctly to progress the difficulty. Guide and sets in progress ...

Upgrading the code base will also ensure that the Prime Gap results can continue to be of much higher merits.

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J0nn9 did incredible work here. I will be adding some limited information and links to the gapcoin.club website in due course.

I'm also going to try and contact some of his family members and colleagues. I feel that it's somewhat relevant to know if his family have access to his coins and/or if we can initialize a donation address for them as we continue to progress the project. If his original Gapcoin is assumed to be inaccessible, then we perhaps have even more in common with Bitcoin than we thought.

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Never a better time to start mining / trading / accepting Gapcoin folks! (IMHO).  Grin

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January 21, 2019, 12:08:59 AM
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I suppose Cloud mining requires only Ubuntu or similar to set up on their systems.  It is a problem I guess.

I notice Ubuntu rarely updates its SSL packages as do most all operating systems linux.

For some unknown reason most all linux distros like to leave wide open the most critical part of a computer the SSL communication layer.  

Debian Testing is some what better, but cloud servers probably only offer debian stable?  But it can fall behind as well.

It took me a while to figure out Trisquel OS SSL apparently they are up to date with SSL and are one of the few distros to offer out of the box HTTPS to update the operating system once installed and later updates.  Most all Linux distros seem to like to leave that door open as well making users update their OS using HTTP.

But Trisquel OS adds a digit at the end to 1.0.2 g -(1,2,3,4,5,6 ect),  Instead of playing the Letter changing game, Trisquel just keeps the letter the same but adds a digit at the end to specify which version change it is.  

https://climbers.net/sbc/nanopi-fire3-arm-supercomputer/

I don't know when I can look into Ubuntu 18.04, I went through pretty much every https://distrowatch.com/ to arrive at Trisqeul OS.  

All the fixes should be simple going to boost 1.62, but the SSL to 2021 might become an issue going from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 SSL.  

I have no doubt all the cloud miners are running backdoor software hacks, as are most all computers.  It is a big fight, but unfortunately Cloud Servers ensure it to be a win for the backdoor hackers instead of a win for Free Software.  Even Trisquel OS I have to fight bugs all the time, but I have managed to press everything out.  It is a great tool to work with.  


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January 21, 2019, 11:45:43 AM
Last edit: January 21, 2019, 12:07:40 PM by BitcoinFX
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OK thanks and don't worry about it.

I will try to compile successfully on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and fix what's missing.

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Cloud servers are generally fine. No back doors etc., You can check for unknown user accounts with ...

cut -d: -f1 /etc/passwd

and then take the appropriate action ... some cloud instances will allow you to run your own distro!

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Installing haveged also provides some entropy for cloud servers. Oh, and a good iptables firewall + fail2ban of course ... (basic example) ...

- https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-setup-additional-entropy-for-cloud-servers-using-haveged
- https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fail2ban
- https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo

sudo iptables -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -m conntrack --ctstate ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -m conntrack --ctstate INVALID -j DROP &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 22 -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 53 -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p udp --dport 53 -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --syn --dport 80 -m connlimit --connlimit-above 32 -j REJECT --reject-with tcp-reset &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 80 -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --syn --dport 443 -m connlimit --connlimit-above 32 -j REJECT --reject-with tcp-reset &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 443 -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 31469 -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p icmp -m icmp --icmp-type host-unreachable -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p icmp -m icmp --icmp-type port-unreachable -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p icmp -m icmp --icmp-type fragmentation-needed -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p icmp -m icmp --icmp-type source-quench -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p icmp --icmp-type echo-request -m limit --limit 2/s -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p icmp --icmp-type echo-request -j DROP &&
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --syn -j DROP &&
sudo iptables -A OUTPUT -o lo -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A OUTPUT -m conntrack --ctstate NEW,ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT &&
sudo iptables -A OUTPUT -m conntrack --ctstate INVALID -j DROP

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This is a good one to completely disable ones bash history (Debian / Ubuntu) ...

rm ~/.bash_history -rf && history -c && export HISTFILESIZE=0 && export HISTSIZE=0 && unset HISTFILE

Oh, and always change the root password to something very secure.

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January 24, 2019, 05:51:09 PM
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:: Mining with the Chinese Remainder Theorem

fig. 1

:: The ctr algorithm is divided into 2 parts. The first part,
:: is a simple greedy algorithm which ties to find offsets
:: for each involved prime, so that the desired number range
:: has at least prime candidates as possible.
::
:: The second part is an evolutionary algorithm, which tries to improve the
:: results form the greedy algorithm. Therefor the greedy algorithm
:: will be executed several times with slightly different parameters, to produce
:: ctrs which differs in quality, which than can be used by the evolutionary algorithm.
::
:: The output is a text file which can be used by gapminer as an input for ctr sieving.
::
:: Parameter description:
::
::
:: --calc-ctr          Indicates that we want to calculate a ctr file.
::
:: --ctr-strength      This is used to variate the computing time spend
::                     within the greedy algorithm. Higher strength
::                     can yield better results.
::
:: --ctr-primes        The number of primes to use in the ctr file. The more
::                     primes the better the ctr result, but the shift
::                     also increases. Minimum shift can be calculated as
::                     the binary logarithm of the product of all primes:
::                     log2(p1 * p2 * ... *pn).
::
:: --ctr-evolution     Whether to use the evolutionary algorithm or not.
::
:: --ctr-fixed         This number indicates the number of starting primes
::                     which wound get touched by the evolutionary algorithm
::                     the offsets for the primes 2,3,5,7,11... are mostly
::                     perfect computed by the greedy algorithm, and changing
::                     them only declines the result.
::
:: --ctr-ivs           The number of individuals used in the evolutionary algorithm.
::                     More increases computing time but mostly also the
::                     result quality.
::
:: --ctr-range         Percent deviation from the number of primes.
::                     Useful if you don't want to look for a specific number
::                     of primes.

::
:: --ctr-bits -256         The shift value you later use for sieving has to be greater
::                     than log2(p1*p2*..*pn). With this flag you can fine tune a specific
::                     shift by setting this to shift - log2(p1*p2*..*pn).
::
:: --ctr-merit         The target merit (while testing the ctr it seamed that
::                     sieving for target-merit - 1 yields the best results)
::
:: --ctr-file          The target ctr output file. You can open this with a
::                     text editor. Look for the n_candidates value, the smaller
::                     it is the better the ctr file.
::
::
:: Example settings which were used to calculate the current ctr files:
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 8 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 10 --ctr-primes 14 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 8 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 13 --ctr-primes 19 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 10 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 13 --ctr-primes 24 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 10 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 12 --ctr-primes 29 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 11 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 9 --ctr-primes 34 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 11 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 12 --ctr-primes 38 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 11 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 14 --ctr-primes 42 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 11 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 46 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 16 --ctr-primes 50 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 9 --ctr-primes 55 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 16 --ctr-primes 58 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 16 --ctr-primes 62 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 66 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 13 --ctr-primes 70 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 11 --ctr-primes 74 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 9 --ctr-primes 78 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 81 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 12 --ctr-primes 85 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 17 --ctr-primes 88 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 14 --ctr-primes 92 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 10 --ctr-primes 96 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 99 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 10 --ctr-primes 103 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 106 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 10 --ctr-primes 110 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 14 --ctr-primes 113 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 9 --ctr-primes 117 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 15 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 13 --ctr-primes 120 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 15 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 17 --ctr-primes 122 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 15 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 11 --ctr-primes 127 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 15 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 130 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt

fig. 2

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
:: choose your preferred mining method:
::
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
:: Mining with the Chinese Remainder Theorem (solo mining examles)
::
:: Shift 64
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 64 --crt crt/crt-22m-64s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 50000
::
:: Shift 96
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 96 --crt crt/crt-22m-96s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 50000
::
:: Shift 128
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 128 --crt crt/crt-22m-128s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 50000
::
:: Shift 160
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 160 --crt crt/crt-22m-160s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 100000
::
:: Shift 192
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 192 --crt crt/crt-22m-192s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 100000
::
:: Shift 224
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 224 --crt crt/crt-22m-224s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 100000
::
:: Shift 256
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 256 --crt crt/crt-22m-256s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 100000
::
:: Shift 288
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 288 --crt crt/crt-22m-288s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 300000
::
:: Shift 320
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 320 --crt crt/crt-22m-320s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 300000
::
:: Shift 352
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 352 --crt crt/crt-22m-352s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 300000
::
:: Shift 384
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 384 --crt crt/crt-22m-384s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 500000
::
:: Shift 416
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 416 --crt crt/crt-22m-416s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 500000
::
:: Shift 448
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 448 --crt crt/crt-22m-448s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 500000
::
:: Shift 480
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 480 --crt crt/crt-22m-480s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 500000
::
:: Shift 512
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 512 --crt crt/crt-22m-512s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 544
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 544 --crt crt/crt-22m-544s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 576
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 576 --crt crt/crt-22m-576s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 608
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 608 --crt crt/crt-22m-608s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 640
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 640 --crt crt/crt-22m-640s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 672
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 672 --crt crt/crt-22m-672s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 704
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 704 --crt crt/crt-22m-704s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 736
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 736 --crt crt/crt-22m-736s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 768
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 768 --crt crt/crt-22m-768s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 800
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 800 --crt crt/crt-22m-800s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 832
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 832 --crt crt/crt-22m-832s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 864
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 864 --crt crt/crt-22m-864s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 896
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 896 --crt crt/crt-22m-896s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 928
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 928 --crt crt/crt-22m-928s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 992
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 992 --crt crt/crt-22m-992s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 1024
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 1024 --crt crt/crt-22m-1024s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
::
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
:: Mining without the Chinese Remainder Theorem
::
:: stratum (recommend)
:: gapminer-cpu.exe -o your-pool . club -p 3385 -u user.worker -x password -t 4 --stratum
::
:: getwork
:: gapminer-cpu.exe -o http:// your-pool . club -p 4200 -u user.worker -x password -t 4
::
:: solo mining
:: gapminer-cpu.exe -o 127.0.0.1 -p 31397 -u <rpc user> -x <rpc password> -t 4

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:: Mining with the Chinese Remainder Theorem

fig. 1

:: The ctr algorithm is divided into 2 parts. The first part,
:: is a simple greedy algorithm which ties to find offsets
:: for each involved prime, so that the desired number range
:: has at least prime candidates as possible.
::
:: The second part is an evolutionary algorithm, which tries to improve the
:: results form the greedy algorithm. Therefor the greedy algorithm
:: will be executed several times with slightly different parameters, to produce
:: ctrs which differs in quality, which than can be used by the evolutionary algorithm.
::
:: The output is a text file which can be used by gapminer as an input for ctr sieving.
::
:: Parameter description:
::
::
:: --calc-ctr          Indicates that we want to calculate a ctr file.
::
:: --ctr-strength      This is used to variate the computing time spend
::                     within the greedy algorithm. Higher strength
::                     can yield better results.
::
:: --ctr-primes        The number of primes to use in the ctr file. The more
::                     primes the better the ctr result, but the shift
::                     also increases. Minimum shift can be calculated as
::                     the binary logarithm of the product of all primes:
::                     log2(p1 * p2 * ... *pn).
::
:: --ctr-evolution     Whether to use the evolutionary algorithm or not.
::
:: --ctr-fixed         This number indicates the number of starting primes
::                     which wound get touched by the evolutionary algorithm
::                     the offsets for the primes 2,3,5,7,11... are mostly
::                     perfect computed by the greedy algorithm, and changing
::                     them only declines the result.
::
:: --ctr-ivs           The number of individuals used in the evolutionary algorithm.
::                     More increases computing time but mostly also the
::                     result quality.
::
:: --ctr-range         Percent deviation from the number of primes.
::                     Useful if you don't want to look for a specific number
::                     of primes.

::
:: --ctr-bits -256         The shift value you later use for sieving has to be greater
::                     than log2(p1*p2*..*pn). With this flag you can fine tune a specific
::                     shift by setting this to shift - log2(p1*p2*..*pn).
::
:: --ctr-merit         The target merit (while testing the ctr it seamed that
::                     sieving for target-merit - 1 yields the best results)
::
:: --ctr-file          The target ctr output file. You can open this with a
::                     text editor. Look for the n_candidates value, the smaller
::                     it is the better the ctr file.
::
::
:: Example settings which were used to calculate the current ctr files:
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 8 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 10 --ctr-primes 14 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 8 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 13 --ctr-primes 19 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 10 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 13 --ctr-primes 24 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 10 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 12 --ctr-primes 29 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 11 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 9 --ctr-primes 34 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 11 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 12 --ctr-primes 38 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 11 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 14 --ctr-primes 42 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 11 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 46 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 16 --ctr-primes 50 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 9 --ctr-primes 55 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 16 --ctr-primes 58 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 16 --ctr-primes 62 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 66 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 12 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 13 --ctr-primes 70 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 11 --ctr-primes 74 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 9 --ctr-primes 78 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 81 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 12 --ctr-primes 85 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 17 --ctr-primes 88 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 13 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 14 --ctr-primes 92 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 10 --ctr-primes 96 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 99 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 10 --ctr-primes 103 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 106 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 10 --ctr-primes 110 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 14 --ctr-primes 113 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 14 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 9 --ctr-primes 117 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 15 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 13 --ctr-primes 120 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 15 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 17 --ctr-primes 122 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 15 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 11 --ctr-primes 127 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt
:: gapminer-cpu.exe --calc-ctr --ctr-evolution --ctr-fixed 15 --ctr-strength 150000 --ctr-merit 22 --ctr-ivs 1000 --ctr-range 0 --ctr-bits 15 --ctr-primes 130 -t 4 --ctr-file my-ctr-file.txt

fig. 2

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
:: choose your preferred mining method:
::
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
:: Mining with the Chinese Remainder Theorem (solo mining examles)
::
:: Shift 64
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 64 --crt crt/crt-22m-64s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 50000
::
:: Shift 96
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 96 --crt crt/crt-22m-96s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 50000
::
:: Shift 128
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 128 --crt crt/crt-22m-128s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 50000
::
:: Shift 160
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 160 --crt crt/crt-22m-160s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 100000
::
:: Shift 192
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 192 --crt crt/crt-22m-192s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 100000
::
:: Shift 224
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 224 --crt crt/crt-22m-224s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 100000
::
:: Shift 256
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 256 --crt crt/crt-22m-256s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 100000
::
:: Shift 288
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 288 --crt crt/crt-22m-288s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 300000
::
:: Shift 320
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 320 --crt crt/crt-22m-320s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 300000
::
:: Shift 352
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 352 --crt crt/crt-22m-352s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 300000
::
:: Shift 384
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 384 --crt crt/crt-22m-384s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 500000
::
:: Shift 416
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 416 --crt crt/crt-22m-416s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 500000
::
:: Shift 448
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 448 --crt crt/crt-22m-448s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 500000
::
:: Shift 480
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 480 --crt crt/crt-22m-480s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1 --sieve-primes 500000
::
:: Shift 512
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 512 --crt crt/crt-22m-512s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 544
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 544 --crt crt/crt-22m-544s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 576
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 576 --crt crt/crt-22m-576s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 608
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 608 --crt crt/crt-22m-608s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 640
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 640 --crt crt/crt-22m-640s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 672
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 672 --crt crt/crt-22m-672s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 704
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 704 --crt crt/crt-22m-704s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 736
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 736 --crt crt/crt-22m-736s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 768
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 768 --crt crt/crt-22m-768s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 800
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 800 --crt crt/crt-22m-800s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 832
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 832 --crt crt/crt-22m-832s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 864
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 864 --crt crt/crt-22m-864s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 896
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 896 --crt crt/crt-22m-896s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 928
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 928 --crt crt/crt-22m-928s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 992
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 992 --crt crt/crt-22m-992s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
:: Shift 1024
:: gapminer-cpu.exe localhost -p 31397 -u <rpc-user> -x <rpc-password> --shift 1024 --crt crt/crt-22m-1024s.txt --threads 4 --fermat-threads 1
::
::
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
:: Mining without the Chinese Remainder Theorem
::
:: stratum (recommend)
:: gapminer-cpu.exe -o your-pool . club -p 3385 -u user.worker -x password -t 4 --stratum
::
:: getwork
:: gapminer-cpu.exe -o http:// your-pool . club -p 4200 -u user.worker -x password -t 4
::
:: solo mining
:: gapminer-cpu.exe -o 127.0.0.1 -p 31397 -u <rpc user> -x <rpc password> -t 4

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Hi there,

Any chance someone could explain what the above means to a non mathematician Sad
Would just like to know how to mine this coin in the most effective way, please.
J

Don't know if this makes any sense but this is my miniginfo from my local wallet

16:10:31

getmininginfo


16:10:31

{
"blocks" : 927176,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 21.41659957,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : true,
"genproclimit" : 14,
"sievesize" : 33554432,
"sieveprimes" : 900000,
"shift" : 25,
"primespersec" : 1283040,
"testspersec" : 417889,
"gapsperday" : 55.41701507,
"networkprimesps" : 13700209,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

i'm using 14 of 16 cores, and appear to have a hash of around 1283040 out of a nethash of 13700209 which I recon gives me about 1/12th of the nethash, yet I am only getting 4 blocks every 24 hours (on a good day)
Any help appreciated
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Hi there,

Any chance someone could explain what the above means to a non mathematician Sad
Would just like to know how to mine this coin in the most effective way, please.
J

Don't know if this makes any sense but this is my miniginfo from my local wallet

16:10:31

getmininginfo


16:10:31

{
"blocks" : 927176,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 21.41659957,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : true,
"genproclimit" : 14,
"sievesize" : 33554432,
"sieveprimes" : 900000,
"shift" : 25,
"primespersec" : 1283040,
"testspersec" : 417889,
"gapsperday" : 55.41701507,
"networkprimesps" : 13700209,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

i'm using 14 of 16 cores, and appear to have a hash of around 1283040 out of a nethash of 13700209 which I recon gives me about 1/12th of the nethash, yet I am only getting 4 blocks every 24 hours (on a good day)
Any help appreciated


The built in wallet miner is 'optimal'.

However, you may have more 'luck' with the CRT miner ...

Are you familiar with setting up your Gapcoin config. to allow RPC localhost mining with the gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5.1 miner ?

- https://gapcoin.club/downloads/gapcoin.conf

...

On windows you start the miner from a shortcut after setting the Target information i.e.

solo mining
gapminer-cpu.exe -o 127.0.0.1 -p 31397 -u <rpc user> -x <rpc password> -t 4

For CRT mining check that the correct CRT file is in the named folder etc., before staring the miner.

The higher shifts will occupy a lot more RAM.

...

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Hi there,

Any chance someone could explain what the above means to a non mathematician Sad
Would just like to know how to mine this coin in the most effective way, please.
J

Don't know if this makes any sense but this is my miniginfo from my local wallet

16:10:31

getmininginfo


16:10:31

{
"blocks" : 927176,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 21.41659957,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : true,
"genproclimit" : 14,
"sievesize" : 33554432,
"sieveprimes" : 900000,
"shift" : 25,
"primespersec" : 1283040,
"testspersec" : 417889,
"gapsperday" : 55.41701507,
"networkprimesps" : 13700209,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}

i'm using 14 of 16 cores, and appear to have a hash of around 1283040 out of a nethash of 13700209 which I recon gives me about 1/12th of the nethash, yet I am only getting 4 blocks every 24 hours (on a good day)
Any help appreciated


The built in wallet miner is 'optimal'.

However, you may have more 'luck' with the CRT miner ...

Are you familiar with setting up your Gapcoin config. to allow RPC localhost mining with the gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5.1 miner ?

- https://gapcoin.club/downloads/gapcoin.conf

...

On windows you start the miner from a shortcut after setting the Target information i.e.

solo mining
gapminer-cpu.exe -o 127.0.0.1 -p 31397 -u <rpc user> -x <rpc password> -t 4

For CRT mining check that the correct CRT file is in the named folder etc., before staring the miner.

The higher shifts will occupy a lot more RAM.

...

Let us know what your stuck with. Thanks!

Hi, thankyou for coming back to me.

Happy with solo mining, just don't understand what CRT files are and which ones to use.
I have 8 cores/16 threads, and 16/32GB ram (Depends which PC I can use)
Do I first have to make a CRT file, and then how do I use it.

Thanks
J
 
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Just forget about all that BitcoinFX is saying.  

Probably because you are not compiling your wallet.  If anyone is using the default wallets built 3 years ago it is not going to perform very well against all the automated hooks attached to the internet.  Could be ISP blocking and also the fact that Sha256 is very weak encryption currently, Gapcoin needs to move to Sha512.  But if it's ISP blocking using Tor should fix the problem of them port throttling Gapcoin.  But they can just throttle Tor Traffic but still better Gap Blocks per day will achieved.  As efficiency of ISP (Internet Service Provider NSA box) direct port throttling is very high, and their Tor Throttling efficiency is not as effective which translates into more Gap blocks mined per day.

I would dump more memory into it.

The stated numbers are more like guidelines, usually half of whatever is stated so you should be getting 8-20 blocks a day probably.  Not all the hash rate power is listed.  For instance Tor Miners Hash rate is not calculated.

 https://github.com/gapcoin/gapcoin/issues/5

Your Miner will save a lot of power consumption by disabling hyper-threading!  The numbers mining will stay the same.

Play with the memory usage changing the MiningSieveSize MiningPrimes controls the Memory usage, and the Shift controls the CPU higher shift will produce a lower Gaps per day but that is just guidelines.  The SieveSize for Memory will not go above 2 billion and Mining Primes will be higher once Hyper-Threading is disabled.  

For 16 Core Threadripper with 32 GB Memory, I would recommend just adding a couple numbers BEFORE you compile the miner to the default MiningSieveSize = 1333554432 MiningPrimes = 40900000 Shift 36 or 45 or 72

But it is only possible to compile using Trisquel OS currently.  

In which case you can manually every time to mine if you still demand to use the default old dinky wallet!

Setgenerate true 14 1333554432 40900000 45

But you will still need to disable Hyper-Threading for Thermal control and not freezing your computer from using all the memory.
Total Memory System usage of around 40-55% is ideal.  Above that is slop system when maintaining it.

So after you get Deriks boot and nuke or if you have an M.2 SSD buy Kill Disk eraser.  Install Trisquel OS verify the signature

If you do that the in wallet start miner command would be

setgenerate true 14

Since you hard-coded your wallet miner before compiling!

And if you get a big enough 7nm CPU you might even try changing the shift before compile from 1024 to 2007 or 1360

You can still use your computer everyday also.  Might effect a couple Gaps a day however.  But not much.

8 Core CPU with Hyper-Threading disabled on Boot hit delete key and search around for hyperthreading to disable it in the motherboard bios.  Every motherboard is different.

For 8 core CPU with 16 GB Memory I would

Setgenerate true 8 1333554432 40900000 45

And if you compile it from source using Trisquel OS in wallet miner command is

setgenerate true

(Since using 1 less core is only efficient on higher level core CPU's which you have correctly done, anything less than 16 cores should be run full cores using setgenerate true)

IF you have a 4 Core CPU or 6 Core CPU, with 16GB Memory I would move the sievePrimes to 50900000

sievePrimes is the main control sieveSize is the secondary control of Memory usage. 

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If your ISP is Port Blocking/Throttling you could change your DNS servers it might fix your problem also.

https://public-dns.info//

Open Command Prompt

ping test your DNS server to see if it works

than change your computer DomainNameResolutionSystem from your ISP to a more general random DNS.

Command

ping (DNS ip address)

Close Command Prompt to stop



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Hi, thankyou for coming back to me.

Happy with solo mining, just don't understand what CRT files are and which ones to use.
I have 8 cores/16 threads, and 16/32GB ram (Depends which PC I can use)
Do I first have to make a CRT file, and then how do I use it.

Thanks
J
 

A step-by-step guide for CRT mining will be produced for the https://gapcoin.club website

However, assuming your using windows

First you have to get RPC enabled in the localhost Gapcoin wallet.

Stop Gapcoin and from the start prompt navigate to ...

%APPDATA%\Gapcoin\

and create gapcoin.conf or if the .conf already exists (edit) ...

C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Gapcoin\gapcoin.conf

ensure the gapcoin.conf contains the following (save it and restart gapcoin) ...

listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
port=31469
rpcport=31397
rpcuser=gapcoinrpc
rpcpassword=yourrandomgapcoinrpcpassword

...

Now download and unzip ...

- https://gapcoin.network/downloads/gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5-windows.zip
- https://gapcoin.network/downloads/gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5.1-windows.zip

Navigate to C:\ and create a new folder 'gapminer'

From gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5-windows / windows / 64 - copy the crt folder (and contents) to C:\gapminer

From gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5.1-windows / windows / 64 - gapminer-cpu.exe to C:\gapminer

Second mouse button click on gapminer-cpu.exe to create a Shortcut to launch it from your desktop.

Now second mouse button click on the desktop Shortcut and add the command line arguments for the miners settings to Target: i.e.

C:\gapminer\gapminer-cpu.exe -o http:// 127.0.0.1 -p 31397 -u gapcoinrpc -x yourrandomgapcoinrpcpassword --shift 64 --crt crt/crt-22m-64s.txt --threads 14 --fermat-threads 13 --sieve-primes 50000

Click apply and save and then click on the shortcut to start the miner.

The shifts correspond with the CRT sets for the 22 MERIT range ... So, no need to play with anything really until the difficulty is back to 23 or above. I'm working on optimizing the higher sets.

Notes:
Gapcoin must be running on the localhost with the same rpcuser and password.
The crt sets must be in the corresponding and correct named folder.
-t or --threads is number or cores (threads) less 2 for best performance and fermat-thread is 'usually' optimal at one less than threads.

Do let me when you get it working. No real need to play around with optimizing anything until you get a feel for it.

...

Realizing that Jonnie Frey was a pianist can help us to understand his work.

Mining Gapcoin can be easy or if you prefer you can play like Tetris ...

- https://youtu.be/G7DXPKbPH50
- https://youtu.be/mpcpzXuzdQk?t=822

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Hi, thankyou for coming back to me.

Happy with solo mining, just don't understand what CRT files are and which ones to use.
I have 8 cores/16 threads, and 16/32GB ram (Depends which PC I can use)
Do I first have to make a CRT file, and then how do I use it.

Thanks
J
 

A step-by-step guide for CRT mining will be produced for the https://gapcoin.club website

However, assuming your using windows

First you have to get RPC enabled in the localhost Gapcoin wallet.

Stop Gapcoin and from the start prompt navigate to ...

%APPDATA%\Gapcoin\

and create gapcoin.conf or if the .conf already exists (edit) ...

C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Gapcoin\gapcoin.conf

ensure the gapcoin.conf contains the following (save it and restart gapcoin) ...

listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
port=31469
rpcport=31397
rpcuser=gapcoinrpc
rpcpassword=yourrandomgapcoinrpcpassword

...

Now download and unzip ...

- https://gapcoin.network/downloads/gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5-windows.zip
- https://gapcoin.network/downloads/gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5.1-windows.zip

Navigate to C:\ and create a new folder 'gapminer'

From gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5-windows / windows / 64 - copy the crt folder (and contents) to C:\gapminer

From gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5.1-windows / windows / 64 - gapminer-cpu.exe to C:\gapminer

Second mouse button click on gapminer-cpu.exe to create a Shortcut to launch it from your desktop.

Now second mouse button click on the desktop Shortcut and add the command line arguments for the miners settings to Target: i.e.

C:\gapminer\gapminer-cpu.exe -o http:// 127.0.0.1 -p 31397 -u gapcoinrpc -x yourrandomgapcoinrpcpassword --shift 64 --crt crt/crt-22m-64s.txt --threads 14 --fermat-threads 13 --sieve-primes 50000

Click apply and save and then click on the shortcut to start the miner.

The shifts correspond with the CRT sets for the 22 MERIT range ... So, no need to play with anything really until the difficulty is back to 23 or above. I'm working on optimizing the higher sets.

Notes:
Gapcoin must be running on the localhost with the same rpcuser and password.
The crt sets must be in the corresponding and correct named folder.
-t or --threads is number or cores (threads) less 2 for best performance and fermat-thread is 'usually' optimal at one less than threads.

Do let me when you get it working. No real need to play around with optimizing anything until you get a feel for it.

...

Realizing that Jonnie Frey was a pianist can help us to understand his work.

Mining Gapcoin can be easy or if you prefer you can play like Tetris ...

- https://youtu.be/G7DXPKbPH50
- https://youtu.be/mpcpzXuzdQk?t=822



Hi, thanks for that

So I get this
[2019-01-31 17:32:58] Got new target: 21.7636296 @ 21.7636296
[2019-01-31 17:33:08] pps: 0 / 0 tests/s 0 / 0
                      gaps/s 0 / 0  gaplist 1  block [0.000 %]
[2019-01-31 17:33:18] pps: 0 / 0 tests/s 0 / 0
                      gaps/s 0 / 0  gaplist 1  block [0.000 %]
[2019-01-31 17:33:24] Got new target: 21.7652924 @ 21.7652924
[2019-01-31 17:33:28] pps: 0 / 37151 tests/s 1370 / 1370
                      gaps/s 281 / 211  gaplist 3  block [0.000 %]
[2019-01-31 17:33:38] pps: 233683 / 233683 tests/s 10408 / 10408
                      gaps/s 2162 / 1622  gaplist 1  block [0.003 %]
[2019-01-31 17:33:48] pps: 233683 / 233683 tests/s 10408 / 10408
                      gaps/s 2162 / 1622  gaplist 0  block [0.005 %]
[2019-01-31 17:33:58] pps: 315185 / 284471 tests/s 12656 / 11805
                      gaps/s 2058 / 1625  gaplist 1  block [0.008 %]
[2019-01-31 17:34:08] pps: 474600 / 388414 tests/s 23018 / 20224
                      gaps/s 2339 / 2036  gaplist 2  block [0.014 %]
[2019-01-31 17:34:18] pps: 474600 / 388414 tests/s 23018 / 20224
                      gaps/s 2339 / 2036  gaplist 1  block [0.020 %]
[2019-01-31 17:34:28] pps: 423399 / 376275 tests/s 25431 / 21568
                      gaps/s 2312 / 2034  gaplist 1  block [0.025 %]
[2019-01-31 17:34:38] pps: 407084 / 378299 tests/s 34751 / 27138
                      gaps/s 2361 / 2134  gaplist 1  block [0.030 %]
[2019-01-31 17:34:48] pps: 407084 / 378299 tests/s 34751 / 27138
                      gaps/s 2361 / 2134  gaplist 2  block [0.035 %]
[2019-01-31 17:34:58] pps: 323333 / 348483 tests/s 37468 / 28516
                      gaps/s 2359 / 2134  gaplist 1  block [0.040 %]
[2019-01-31 17:35:08] pps: 396065 / 370646 tests/s 44061 / 31939
                      gaps/s 2357 / 2166  gaplist 0  block [0.045 %]
[2019-01-31 17:35:19] pps: 396065 / 370646 tests/s 44061 / 31939
                      gaps/s 2357 / 2166  gaplist 0  block [0.050 %]
[2019-01-31 17:35:29] pps: 357613 / 355046 tests/s 45401 / 32616
                      gaps/s 2356 / 2166  gaplist 1  block [0.054 %]
[2019-01-31 17:35:35] Got new target: 21.7657330 @ 21.7657330

cpu usage only 10-11% and ram about 17.9mb
 How can I "use" more cpu and ram please?
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February 04, 2019, 12:13:13 PM
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Hi, thankyou for coming back to me.

Happy with solo mining, just don't understand what CRT files are and which ones to use.
I have 8 cores/16 threads, and 16/32GB ram (Depends which PC I can use)
Do I first have to make a CRT file, and then how do I use it.

Thanks
J
 

A step-by-step guide for CRT mining will be produced for the https://gapcoin.club website

However, assuming your using windows

First you have to get RPC enabled in the localhost Gapcoin wallet.

Stop Gapcoin and from the start prompt navigate to ...

%APPDATA%\Gapcoin\

and create gapcoin.conf or if the .conf already exists (edit) ...

C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Gapcoin\gapcoin.conf

ensure the gapcoin.conf contains the following (save it and restart gapcoin) ...

listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
port=31469
rpcport=31397
rpcuser=gapcoinrpc
rpcpassword=yourrandomgapcoinrpcpassword

...

Now download and unzip ...

- https://gapcoin.network/downloads/gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5-windows.zip
- https://gapcoin.network/downloads/gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5.1-windows.zip

Navigate to C:\ and create a new folder 'gapminer'

From gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5-windows / windows / 64 - copy the crt folder (and contents) to C:\gapminer

From gapminer-cpu-crt-rev5.1-windows / windows / 64 - gapminer-cpu.exe to C:\gapminer

Second mouse button click on gapminer-cpu.exe to create a Shortcut to launch it from your desktop.

Now second mouse button click on the desktop Shortcut and add the command line arguments for the miners settings to Target: i.e.

C:\gapminer\gapminer-cpu.exe -o http:// 127.0.0.1 -p 31397 -u gapcoinrpc -x yourrandomgapcoinrpcpassword --shift 64 --crt crt/crt-22m-64s.txt --threads 14 --fermat-threads 13 --sieve-primes 50000

Click apply and save and then click on the shortcut to start the miner.

The shifts correspond with the CRT sets for the 22 MERIT range ... So, no need to play with anything really until the difficulty is back to 23 or above. I'm working on optimizing the higher sets.

Notes:
Gapcoin must be running on the localhost with the same rpcuser and password.
The crt sets must be in the corresponding and correct named folder.
-t or --threads is number or cores (threads) less 2 for best performance and fermat-thread is 'usually' optimal at one less than threads.

Do let me when you get it working. No real need to play around with optimizing anything until you get a feel for it.

...

Realizing that Jonnie Frey was a pianist can help us to understand his work.

Mining Gapcoin can be easy or if you prefer you can play like Tetris ...

- https://youtu.be/G7DXPKbPH50
- https://youtu.be/mpcpzXuzdQk?t=822

Hi,

Thanks for the assist.
Tried the crt method for 24 hrs....no blocks
Tried gapminer 4.1 no params for 24hrs...no blocks
Tried wallet directly, 5 block in 24hrs, so no idea why the others are so crap, but the wallet works.
Only thing is, need 1000 coin, or 200 blocks a day, just to earn $1.
Seems pretty pointless mining. (unless someone comes up with a much better miner)
Better to buy and hodl
J
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Hi,

Thanks for the assist.
Tried the crt method for 24 hrs....no blocks
Tried gapminer 4.1 no params for 24hrs...no blocks
Tried wallet directly, 5 block in 24hrs, so no idea why the others are so crap, but the wallet works.
Only thing is, need 1000 coin, or 200 blocks a day, just to earn $1.
Seems pretty pointless mining. (unless someone comes up with a much better miner)
Better to buy and hodl
J

Welcome!

TBH the network difficulty dropped and then rose up again when you were likely testing the crt miner. However, yes, as a general rule the crt miner will find 'better' prime gaps (higher merit) over the in-wallet miner which is optimized for finding blocks at relative difficulty.

This is not always the case though, mining with the crt miner can be fruitful !

Try RPC mining with the 896 crt set with a couple of cores whilst mining with the majority in-wallet ?

Getting Stratum working is much more efficient than using RPC ! Mining over Tor will also result in around 10 to 15% less block avg. due to latency etc.,

...

In memory of original Gapcoin developer John Allen Frey 1991 - 2017 , Gapcoin Club will celebrate Pi Day on 14th March 2019.

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi_Day

- https://kealakai.byuh.edu/content/mathematics-department-hosts-pie-themed-party-celebrate-pi-day

An announcement will be made via twitter and our website in due course. This will coincide with our new forum announcement thread.

Get Gapcoin | Real Crypto | Real Math | Genuine Commodity Money | As Easy as Pi

...

The community here is going to have to fund new opportunities and awareness for Gapcoin. Whilst I can help to facilitate this I can only do so much with limited community support. Again, more soon.

...

This week we submitted a request to coinmarketcap to update the logo and add widget pricing for NovaExchange etc., Also ...

Great resource etc.,

Could someone please update the Gapcoin logo to our newer 'G' logo. Trying to get some uniformity + new exchanges soon. Cheers!

Cool

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Hi,

Thanks for the assist.
Tried the crt method for 24 hrs....no blocks
Tried gapminer 4.1 no params for 24hrs...no blocks
Tried wallet directly, 5 block in 24hrs, so no idea why the others are so crap, but the wallet works.
Only thing is, need 1000 coin, or 200 blocks a day, just to earn $1.
Seems pretty pointless mining. (unless someone comes up with a much better miner)
Better to buy and hodl
J

i try crt miner too. Two days no blocks, switch to RCP mining and all ok )





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Hi,

Thanks for the assist.
Tried the crt method for 24 hrs....no blocks
Tried gapminer 4.1 no params for 24hrs...no blocks
Tried wallet directly, 5 block in 24hrs, so no idea why the others are so crap, but the wallet works.
Only thing is, need 1000 coin, or 200 blocks a day, just to earn $1.
Seems pretty pointless mining. (unless someone comes up with a much better miner)
Better to buy and hodl
J

i try crt miner too. Two days no blocks, switch to RCP mining and all ok )




WOW,
What cpu are you using?
Is that simply from "setgenerate true -1"

I am using Ryzen 1700 / 16GB ram / ssd and lucky to mine 4-5 blocks a day (Best result so far), sometimes its only 1 block a day.

Impressed, but even more confused as to why i cant earn anything.
J


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WOW,
What cpu are you using?
Is that simply from "setgenerate true -1"

I am using Ryzen 1700 / 16GB ram / ssd and lucky to mine 4-5 blocks a day (Best result so far), sometimes its only 1 block a day.

Impressed, but even more confused as to why i cant earn anything.
J



76 cores of Intel Xeon E5-2660 v4
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WOW,
What cpu are you using?
Is that simply from "setgenerate true -1"

I am using Ryzen 1700 / 16GB ram / ssd and lucky to mine 4-5 blocks a day (Best result so far), sometimes its only 1 block a day.

Impressed, but even more confused as to why i cant earn anything.
J



76 cores of Intel Xeon E5-2660 v4

LOL.
Fair enuff.
No point anyone else mining it.
I'm guessing even with all that you're only mining about $3 a day?
J
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