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December 10, 2017, 09:59:00 PM
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came here from Coinmarketcap so you can understand why. There is hardly any discussion going on for it and its movement is stupendous to say the least. Bad website and no usecases whatsoever. Crazy pump and dump scene
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December 10, 2017, 10:12:53 PM
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came here from Coinmarketcap so you can understand why. There is hardly any discussion going on for it and its movement is stupendous to say the least. Bad website and no usecases whatsoever. Crazy pump and dump scene
I'm sorry, but can you read? Or are you one of those silly noob/ICO investors who goes on CMC, looks at trending coins and goes to troll and fud the community?
It has been explained multiple times how the Japanese community is very exclusive (they don't need foreigners to sustain a coins value), they have their own forums and communication channels.
If you can't be bothered to go back literally 1 page of this thread (to page 12) where everything is carefully explained and pointed out then I feel very sorry for you and your money.

It is astonishing how you were even so lazy to read the very first post on this page... SoundCloud tipping bot. But, apparently to you, that's not a real use-case.
Lazy fud, get lost.
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December 10, 2017, 10:22:38 PM
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Great news from the staff at CryptoBridge!
https://twitter.com/cryptobridge/status/939641875673370624

Looks like they will add a MONA/ZNY trading pair in the near future, so keep an eye out for that!
The sisters will finally unite under one order book!

It is done!
MONA/ZNY can now be traded together on Crypto-Bridge!
https://twitter.com/CryptoBridge/status/939664787067240448
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December 12, 2017, 11:35:55 AM
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Please someone upload blocks+chainstate folders folders for wallet, please, i cant sync ....
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December 12, 2017, 07:58:42 PM
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Please someone upload blocks+chainstate folders folders for wallet, please, i cant sync ....
download https://mega.nz/#F!R6AxTALS!zFX_NeLnzF_aWoiA0EEz-Q here
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December 13, 2017, 06:02:01 PM
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Encountered same problem with wallet application sync.

According to log the problem is that peer list file is empty 0_o
Solution:
  1. Menu -> Help -> Debug Window.
  2. Select Console tab.
  3. Enter each line and press "Enter" (don't expect anything like "Command accepted" etc, console stays silent if this command is successful):
Code:
        addnode 64.137.196.189 add
        addnode 124.110.89.10:9253 add
        addnode 157.7.222.158:9253 add
        addnode 163.172.156.25:9253 add
        addnode 220.100.89.8:9253 add
        addnode 153.168.49.67:9253 add
        addnode 123.254.33.254:9253 add
        addnode 122.197.141.186:9253 add
  List taken from this message (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=849994.msg25727244#msg25727244), thanx to LycheeBit. Btw, their pool works very well; personal stats jump like crazy, but the average hashrate is correct compared to miner results, - although workers disappear sometimes from the dashboard; dashboard real-time update would be great.

So  that worked for me, sync process started in few minutes.
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December 14, 2017, 02:47:42 PM
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BitZeny mentioned in Yahoo Finance Japan!
https://news.finance.yahoo.co.jp/detail/20171214-00933902-fisf-bus_all
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December 15, 2017, 05:12:11 PM
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I bought some ZNY in this small dumping, I was waiting to start my position in this coin, thank who that filled my orders in CryptoBridge! There is no doubt that soon the volume of ZNY/BTC will be higher in SUPER DEX of the future. Grin
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December 16, 2017, 03:26:52 PM
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Hi friends!
I had my wallet off after 24.07.2017, I had there 3597 zny coin.
10 days ago I decided to send my coins on c-cex.com and I turned on my wallet, but I couldn't send Sad
It's written that - ''15 weeks behind''
what does it mean?

can anyone help me?

Thanks from the heart.
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December 16, 2017, 03:31:09 PM
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So Bitzeny is the coin of the moment? I'll buy some on CryptoBridge, looking forward to more news! Smiley
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December 17, 2017, 10:55:15 AM
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Hi friends!
I had my wallet off after 24.07.2017, I had there 3597 zny coin.
10 days ago I decided to send my coins on c-cex.com and I turned on my wallet, but I couldn't send Sad
It's written that - ''15 weeks behind''
what does it mean?

can anyone help me?

Thanks from the heart.
just wait, your wallet needs to download blockchain
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December 17, 2017, 11:44:07 AM
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Hi friends!
I had my wallet off after 24.07.2017, I had there 3597 zny coin.
10 days ago I decided to send my coins on c-cex.com and I turned on my wallet, but I couldn't send Sad
It's written that - ''15 weeks behind''
what does it mean?

can anyone help me?

Thanks from the heart.

I'd be careful of c-cex they delisted a coin of mine that today would be worth about 20,000 usd. Terrible customer service. They would not return my coins either, or my lost ethereum transactions that left my account but never showed up at its destination
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December 17, 2017, 05:42:32 PM
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hi,
anyone is mining on lapool.me ?
i was started to mine about two days ago. mined about 5 coins on lapool.me:3014 .
then server side had problems and it was mentioned on website after couple of hours, when i noticed that minerd was sending stratum_subscribe send failed.
so i did not pay much attention for that.

i'm wondering what did gone wrong with pool and/or minerd that when notification was removed I still getting same message.

thanks in advance
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December 18, 2017, 08:21:35 AM
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Hi, fayrez

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minerd was sending stratum_subscribe send failed
I still getting same message
I've got the same problem - so the error is definitely on their side.
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December 18, 2017, 08:57:49 AM
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hi,
anyone is mining on lapool.me ?
i was started to mine about two days ago. mined about 5 coins on lapool.me:3014 .
then server side had problems and it was mentioned on website after couple of hours, when i noticed that minerd was sending stratum_subscribe send failed.
so i did not pay much attention for that.

i'm wondering what did gone wrong with pool and/or minerd that when notification was removed I still getting same message.

thanks in advance
lapool is so sloooow and you are mining at 1% pool fee. try soup.misosi.ru, this pool does not apply fees and much more stable
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December 19, 2017, 07:07:25 AM
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Does anyone know if bitzeny/cpuminer is supported on Windows Server 2003 R2? I've recently tried to start it but got a message that normaliz.dll is not found. Tried to download it but there was no change in the miner's behavior.

Is there minimal requirements to the release of the OS?

P.s. I have a server with 4 x AMD Opteron 880 and win server 2003 r2 installed. Also it's possible to install Red Hat Enterprise 5.
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December 19, 2017, 03:58:06 PM
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Does anyone know if bitzeny/cpuminer is supported on Windows Server 2003 R2? I've recently tried to start it but got a message that normaliz.dll is not found. Tried to download it but there was no change in the miner's behavior.

Is there minimal requirements to the release of the OS?

P.s. I have a server with 4 x AMD Opteron 880 and win server 2003 r2 installed. Also it's possible to install Red Hat Enterprise 5.

Go for the linux. always choose linux... unless realy need MS or Apple BS...

you forgot to mention if 2k3 R2 (btw amazing os) is 64bit or 32bit (on this one you can not mine with precompiled minerd on older AMDs - cuz no sse4 on them...).
I do not now if you can compile it from source on or for 32bit Win OS win no SSE4, but if you can than you could run it.


Also I want know how minerd works on multi cpu systems with old OS (if manual CPU affinity assignment is required or not). -> just curiosity

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lapool is so sloooow and you are mining at 1% pool fee. try soup.misosi.ru, this pool does not apply fees and much more stable
lapool was more stable, steady and accurate in terms of hash detection and given works. dashboard info too.
in lapool I had 99% efficiency and 1% fee (in all 5 mined coins from beginning).
in misosi I have now mined only ~2 coins, with 80% eff. and no fee.  (~1 coin with 4threads, another one with 3 threads, cuz 4threads seems unstable)
also mining itself on misosi:16002  looks weird. on 16001 does not even mine , cuz my cpus (all have 4 threads each) are not strong. mining on all 4 threads is unstable. on 3 threads is more stable and reports same hashrate like on 4threads in both misosi and lapool.
which one is better (if both are runing xD)?
so if I will notice any significant and worth to mention changes. You will be posted.
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December 19, 2017, 04:38:18 PM
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Posted by: itbrnnet
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Does anyone know if bitzeny/cpuminer is supported on Windows Server 2003 R2? I've recently tried to start it but got a message that normaliz.dll is not found. Tried to download it but there was no change in the miner's behavior.

Is there minimal requirements to the release of the OS?

P.s. I have a server with 4 x AMD Opteron 880 and win server 2003 r2 installed. Also it's possible to install Red Hat Enterprise 5.

Go for the linux. always choose linux... unless realy need MS or Apple BS...

you forgot to mention if 2k3 R2 (btw amazing os) is 64bit or 32bit (on this one you can not mine with precompiled minerd on older AMDs - cuz no sse4 on them...).
I do not now if you can compile it from source on or for 32bit Win OS win no SSE4, but if you can than you could run it.


Also I want know how minerd works on multi cpu systems with old OS (if manual CPU affinity assignment is required or not). -> just curiosity

Posted by: codeany
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lapool is so sloooow and you are mining at 1% pool fee. try soup.misosi.ru, this pool does not apply fees and much more stable
lapool was more stable, steady and accurate in terms of hash detection and given works. dashboard info too.
in lapool I had 99% efficiency and 1% fee (in all 5 mined coins from beginning).
in misosi I have now mined only ~2 coins, with 80% eff. and no fee.  (~1 coin with 4threads, another one with 3 threads, cuz 4threads seems unstable)
also mining itself on misosi:16002  looks weird. on 16001 does not even mine , cuz my cpus (all have 4 threads each) are not strong. mining on all 4 threads is unstable. on 3 threads is more stable and reports same hashrate like on 4threads in both misosi and lapool.
which one is better (if both are runing xD)?
so if I will notice any significant and worth to mention changes. You will be posted.
I use Win Server 2003 R2 x64 and tried the precompiled version of cpuminer x64 without sse4 support from bitzeny.org

I'm a little afraid of compiling cpuminer on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 because it's the only linux officially supported by my HP DL 585 G1 and I didn't see any instructions how to compile cpuminer on Red Hat Linux. All instructions which I've seen were about compiling on Ubuntu Server, but it's impossible to install this OS on HP DL 585 G1 server.
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December 19, 2017, 06:08:51 PM
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Does anyone know if bitzeny/cpuminer is supported on Windows Server 2003 R2? I've recently tried to start it but got a message that normaliz.dll is not found. Tried to download it but there was no change in the miner's behavior.

Is there minimal requirements to the release of the OS?

P.s. I have a server with 4 x AMD Opteron 880 and win server 2003 r2 installed. Also it's possible to install Red Hat Enterprise 5.
works fine even on winxp http://bitzeny.org/bin/cpuminer/cpuminer_win32_141104.zip
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December 20, 2017, 07:47:59 AM
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Hi everyone!
Why is so low price?
what do you think about the price in near future?
Thank you!
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