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Author Topic: [ANN][GAP] Gapcoin - Prime Gap Search - New Math Algo - CPU / GPU - Zero Premine  (Read 282395 times)
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February 19, 2021, 05:50:45 PM
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These older coins usually are.  Devs made their money and moved on or gave up.  You have GAP awards FOR giving merits?  You had 2 guys giving 1 merit each.  Such weak sauce.  I just have the OP 50.  Max allowed in 30 day period.  Not sure if that gets me 51% of the total supply or what.  Thanks. 
I understood the second sentence, can't make sense of the rest. Available evidence suggests that Gapcoin's original dev died a few years ago and support now rests with the community, hence my curiosity about exactly what you expected from supporters of a community coin. If you're looking for some kind of centralised team control/effort, you won't find it here.

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Question... If gapcoin, riecoin and primecoin are both of them finding usefull prime numbers.. Can they be used to give results from one blockchain to the otherone? Can i mine for one on them and present results for the three of them?
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Question... If gapcoin, riecoin and primecoin are both of them finding usefull prime numbers.. Can they be used to give results from one blockchain to the otherone? Can i mine for one on them and present results for the three of them?

To be short, nop :

Primecoin network searches for special prime number chains known as Cunningham chains and bi-twin chains.
Gapcoin is searching for large prime gaps.
Riecoin use several PoW algorithms.

Maths behind this are for mad people  Shocked
cf. https://www.mersenneforum.org/forumdisplay.php?f=131

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Question... If gapcoin, riecoin and primecoin are both of them finding usefull prime numbers.. Can they be used to give results from one blockchain to the otherone? Can i mine for one on them and present results for the three of them?

To be short, nop :

Primecoin network searches for special prime number chains known as Cunningham chains and bi-twin chains.
Gapcoin is searching for large prime gaps.
Riecoin use several PoW algorithms.

Maths behind this are for mad people  Shocked
cf. https://www.mersenneforum.org/forumdisplay.php?f=131


Indeed.

- https://github.com/gapcoin-project/gapcoin/blob/v0.9.4-gap/contrib/gapcoin/j0nn9-describing-gapcoin.md

Excerpt ...

"What are the advantages of Gapcoin compared with other prime number based cryptocurrencies?

First of all, Gapcoin follows Riecoin’s way and uses enough Miller-Rabin tests with random bases to avoid composite numbers being accepted as Prove of Work, like Primecoin mistakenly could.

But the real improvement is due to its easy “pool-mineable” Hashing algorithm. This means that creating a Gapcoin pool will be as easy as creating a scrypt one!

Why is that important?

When you look at Riecoin, there are only two pools. Even Primecoin, the first scientific cryptocurrency, only has three reliable pools. This is due to the difficulty of creating a fair reward system for the custom hashing algorithms of Prime- and Riecoin.

In Primecoin, which is searching for long prime chains, you can easily modify your miner to search for smaller chains. In fact, it is mostly about a simple one-line-editing. As an example, just turn a 10 into a 7 in xolominer and you will get scads of 7-chains, but your chance to find a block has diminished.

To avoid this, pools supply better payment for shares with longer chain-lengths.

In Riecoin, it is even worse. Riecoin searches for prime tuples of length 6. Pools do accept tuples with less primes, but a 6-tuple only can occur in certain places. (Look at this post for a detailed explanation.) 4-tuples, by comparison, are more frequent. There are places, where a 4-tuple can occur, but no 6-tuple, which Riecoin truly needs. So pools have to check every submitted share whether the miner really searches for 6-tuples or not. Those facts are what make it so hard to create a Prime- or Riecoin pool.

With Gapcoin, there won’t be any problems like these. While in Riecoin and Primecoin you can choose whether to search for bigger shares or smaller ones, Gapcoin is searching for prime gaps in general. The distribution of prime gaps is still a mystery for mathematicians, that’s why you can’t modify your miner to look for special results. Consequently, every submitted share can be paid equally."


...

Gapcoin also has a superior economic model to most other cryptocurrencies.

In terms of scarcity, Litecoin (for example) has a max total supply of 84 million LTC.

Gapcoin has a max total supply of 10 - 30 million GAP (because the prime gap value found is added to each block) ...
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=822498.msg56381025#msg56381025

Finding larger prime Gaps with increased network hash rate (primespersec) is a Number Go Up technology.

Gapcoin = Bitcoin + Prime Gaps.

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"I will sound the trumpet of mine own merits," quote Abraham Fleming in 1576 ...

So, remember folks ... I'm this guy ...
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5.msg188#msg188

Gapcoin is the altcoin that I will not let be forgotten, in fact, it might make sense just to get some in case it catches on ...



Seeking New Developers for GapMiner - A standalone Gapcoin (GAP) CPU, GPU, rpc, pool miner ...

Gapcoin Community Repository for GapMiner ...
- https://github.com/gapcoin-project/GapMiner

Gapcoin Community Repository
- https://github.com/gapcoin-project

Gapcoin Core 0.16.3 Work in progress

- https://github.com/gapcoin-project/gapcoin-core EDIT: N.B. last commit on Dec 10, 2020 !

- https://github.com/gjhiggins/gapcoin-core - N.B. last commit on Mar 14, 2021

Current Release(s) ...

- https://github.com/gapcoin-project/gapcoin/tree/v0.9.3-gap

Prior 'outdated' original miner and software releases ...
- https://gapcoin.network/downloads/

Working pool ...
- https://gap.suprnova.cc/

Gapcoin (Core) Project development continues though Gapcoin Club ...
- https://gapcoin.club

Cheers!

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- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5318772.msg56397219#msg56397219

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February 22, 2021, 03:43:43 PM
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Are the devs MIA for a long time here or are they on the clock?

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Are there still any language bounties for this? Looks exciting.
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Are the devs MIA for a long time here or are they on the clock?

 ~ Septoshi

Only if MIA = “Machinating In Advance” ...
Screenshot of Gapcoin v0.20.1 synced to mainnet:



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Are the devs MIA for a long time here or are they on the clock?

 ~ Septoshi

Only if MIA = “Machinating In Advance” ...
Screenshot of Gapcoin v0.20.1 synced to mainnet:



Cheers

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I confirm that I am the owner of the new http://gapcoincore.org domain, currently on forward to https://gapcoin.club (which I also own).

gapcoin.org - who knows ?

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These wallet designs have gotten pretty slick, nice
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February 23, 2021, 06:34:33 PM
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Also, http://mindthegap.lol (Block explorer here 'eventually' - currently on forward)

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Is there anyone here who can compile the Windows .EXE for Higgins New Wallet?


Most people seem to be windows users.


For Compiling on Linux, Higgins instructions are for the standard Bitcoin compile not Gapcoin compiling.

The key to compile Gapcoin is

git submodule init
git submodule update

It will not compile without getting the submodule



Start Gapcoin Install

sudo apt-get install git synaptic gdebi pkg-config

sudo apt-get install build-essential libtool autotools-dev autoconf libssl-dev libgmp-dev libmpfr-dev

sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev libminiupnpc-dev libqt4-dev libprotobuf-dev protobuf-compiler

sudo apt-get install libqt5gui5 libqt5core5a libqt5dbus5 qttools5-dev qttools5-dev-tools libprotobuf-dev libqrencode-dev

sudo apt install libcanberra-gtk-module libcanberra-gtk3-module

sudo apt install db5.3-util libdb5.3++-dev libdb5.3-dev




git clone https://github.com/gapcoin-project/gapcoin-core

cd gapcoin-core
git submodule init
git submodule update
./autogen.sh
./configure --with-incompatible-bdb --without-miniupnpc
make


To Run

How to start the QT wallet after compiling!
Open Command Line Terminal

cd gapcoin-core/src/qt
./gapcoin-qt

To Run the Daemon

cd gapcoin-core/src
./gapcoind

Higgins 16.3 to compiles, I was going to test the 20.1 but it must be private for now while he works on it.


Been using a 64 Bit HMAC with Sha-512 512 Bit Keys instead of the standard 128 bit.  It is compatible with the current blockchain no breaks after months of testing.  The original Satoshi design of Bitcoin used the HMAC to be the key feature in the security of relaying messages.  

This is easily upgraded providing good security and it will further hamper ASIC development, as I don't think 32 bit ASICs could compute 64 bit Numbers, but I could be wrong.

The Newer Bitcoin which Higgins is developing is far better in a lot of ways, I love the Dandelion support.  But the HMAC has been rewritten completely and it would be a lot of work to troubleshoot the new way to make that upgrade as everything is ripped out or moved as far as I can tell.

Security would improve having 512 Bit Keys for the HMAC instead of 128 Bit keys which Bitcoin probably still uses.

So Gapcoin is more advanced than Bitcoin in some ways.  They will never stop arguing to test real development.

 





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Is there anyone here who can compile the Windows .EXE for Higgins New Wallet?

I adapted the Ravencoin build script - by replacing references to Ravencoin with references to Gapcoin. The resulting Windows64 binaries are here (and have previously been advertised as such):

https://github.com/gjhiggins/gapcoin-core/releases/download/v0.1rc-alpha/gapcoin-0.16.3-win64-setup.exe

https://github.com/gjhiggins/gapcoin-core/releases/download/v0.1rc-alpha/gapcoin-0.16.3-win64.zip

(I did see your HMAC PR for v0.9 but as you observe, it is an ill fit with the 0.16.3 codebase)

The 0.20 client will remain unreleased because the code in 0.16.3 that enables a soft-fork segwit transition has been removed in the Bitcoin 0.20 client. This is because the Bitcoin blockchain is now irrevocably segwit-enabled and the soft-fork code has been replaced by a simple height switch. Without this soft-fork transition code, upgrading to the 0.20 client would unfortunately necessitate a hard fork for the current Gapcoin chain AIUI and according to the chainz explorer, the overwhelming majority of Gapcoin nodes are Gapcoin 0.9.2 vintage, likely original Windows clients and there seems to be little likelihood of that changing.

Cheers

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February 24, 2021, 06:21:59 PM
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I didn't see the Windows 16.3 on

https:Gapcoin.club


That's probably the best place to put it!


Well, you should try to re-introduce your Notary into your .20 Gapcoin Release. 


I think if enough Windows users switch to 16.3 they would than switch to your .20 Gapcoin. 


But organizing such a Hard Fork is dangerous with the current situation.  Not sure anything about other miners intentions.






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Are the devs MIA for a long time here or are they on the clock?

 ~ Septoshi


FEEL FREE to step up to lead........"Build it and They Will Come"  From Field of Dreams


Can you make a 64 Bit HMAC with 512 Bit Keys for Higgins 16.3 Gapcoin Core?

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What's that even mean Build it and They Will Come lol
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What's that even mean Build it and They Will Come lol

If you have to ask...  Grin Cool Wink



FreeBitcoins Gapcoin market is growing slowly but surely:  https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/market/Bitcoin-Gapcoin

It's pretty easy to sell/buy GAP now with us and it's getting easier every day!


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What's that even mean Build it and They Will Come lol
It's a (mis)quote from the Kevin Costner film Field of Dreams and its use here is a slightly sardonic reference to the days of the early web when there was far less content, so much so that just about any web site would collect an audience. However, there was no means of guaranteeing this so web site publishers followed a strategy of hopefulness, hence: “Build it and They Will Come” became something of a mantra, not unlike "Mooooon" is in altcoinland.

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What's that even mean Build it and They Will Come lol
It's a (mis)quote from the Kevin Costner film Field of Dreams and its use here is a slightly sardonic reference to the days of the early web when there was far less content, so much so that just about any web site would collect an audience. However, there was no means of guaranteeing this so web site publishers followed a strategy of hopefulness, hence: “Build it and They Will Come” became something of a mantra, not unlike "Mooooon" is in altcoinland.

Cheers

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Here is the scene in the movie as well:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3c_pJ_CLJQ

It's a really great movie.  If you've not seen it... you should absolutely make time.


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Is there anyone here who can compile the Windows .EXE for Higgins New Wallet?

I adapted the Ravencoin build script - by replacing references to Ravencoin with references to Gapcoin. The resulting Windows64 binaries are here (and have previously been advertised as such):

hxxps://github.com/gjhiggins/gapcoin-core/releases/download/v0.1rc-alpha/gapcoin-0.16.3-win64-setup.exe

hxxps://github.com/gjhiggins/gapcoin-core/releases/download/v0.1rc-alpha/gapcoin-0.16.3-win64.zip

(I did see your HMAC PR for v0.9 but as you observe, it is an ill fit with the 0.16.3 codebase)

The 0.20 client will remain unreleased because the code in 0.16.3 that enables a soft-fork segwit transition has been removed in the Bitcoin 0.20 client. This is because the Bitcoin blockchain is now irrevocably segwit-enabled and the soft-fork code has been replaced by a simple height switch. Without this soft-fork transition code, upgrading to the 0.20 client would unfortunately necessitate a hard fork for the current Gapcoin chain AIUI and according to the chainz explorer, the overwhelming majority of Gapcoin nodes are Gapcoin 0.9.2 vintage, likely original Windows clients and there seems to be little likelihood of that changing.

Cheers

Graham


The Windows64 alpha/beta binary Release Candidate will be added to Gapcoin Club (with relevant advisories) if that is appropriate at this juncture?

EDIT: Warning !!! do not use the old Alpha Release Candidate on main net. TESTNET Only.

The current Gapcoin Windows Release remains the original v0.9.2 and the current Linux Release is v0.9.2 or build v0.9.3-4

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It is no secret that Gapcoin Club has operated the majority of network listening nodes for a number of years now.

Whilst these servers are still currently running Gapcoin v0.9.2 they were successfully upgraded to v0.16.3 for a couple of weeks testing on mainnet.

The servers are also running Riecoin nodes, the respective Gapcoin on Tor .onion addnodes (several public Tor Bridges), as well as solo CPU mining some GAP!

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

N.B. All Tor v2 .onion's will cease to function on July 15th, 2021 as 0.4.6.x: Tor will no longer support v2 and support will be removed from the code base.

See: "Onion Service version 2 deprecation timeline"
- https://blog.torproject.org/v2-deprecation-timeline

Bitcoin Core v0.21 supports Tor v3 addresses more fully with BIP155 supporting gossiping them over the network.

Currently, a target date of July 15th, 2021 would also seem to be a reasonable time frame to notify users to upgrade their Gapcoin wallets to a newer Gapcoin Core Project release?

Gapcoin Club will continue to run and upgrade our existing nodes, whilst introducing and announcing new Gapcoin mainnet nodes (and hopefully v3 .onion compatible addnodes).

The majority of the existing servers will then be retired.

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

As the network regains its user base the club will shift focus to launching our mining pool, adding faster seednodes and establishing and running a block explorer.

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