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January 23, 2015, 10:04:38 PM
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Another Scam in a jam farm to nastraivatj
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January 23, 2015, 10:13:10 PM
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Another Scam in a jam farm to nastraivatj

What do you mean by this? thanks

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January 23, 2015, 10:18:51 PM
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Another Scam in a jam farm to nastraivatj

I guess you want to tell nastraivatj have a huge mining farm.

Nothing much a dev can do about this  Huh
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January 23, 2015, 10:19:13 PM
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Another Scam in a jam farm to nastraivatj

What do you mean by this? thanks

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January 23, 2015, 10:21:08 PM
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Another Scam in a jam farm to nastraivatj

I guess you want to tell nastraivatj have a huge mining farm.

Nothing much a dev can do about this  Huh

No, just russian word, perhaps someone have to translate it for him. I can if he pays 10 Geocoins! Smiley

                          
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January 23, 2015, 10:21:38 PM
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GPU?Huh Huh Huh Huh
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January 23, 2015, 10:27:52 PM
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Moreover, Russian-Soviet section if you have developed a coin so razvivai her and that's a shame as it allows this forum is a disgrace
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January 23, 2015, 10:30:39 PM
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So you guys are in the GIS sector. So I understand "geominer" will take connection location data and create a shapefile with hash information so we can determine where the most hash/mining is coming from? You Could also include payout etc. within that dataset. With that data you could create a heat map, which would look pretty cool.

There should be no issue with creating any of this (without a "geominer") and would actually be quite easy. You might aswell do something GIS related to further incorporate the name and features of the coin right now.

All this could be potentially python scripted to run in Arc automatically and then pushed to a geodatabase that can be pulled via kml for those who have no access to applications like Arcmap etc.

Hi, and thank you for your comment. The geominer is conceptual at this point so nothing is set in stone. Geominer will process raster data, for example a miner may process 1 pixel or tile at a time (depending on the GIS analysis). The more hashing power, the more pixels you compute, the more coins you get. The output would most likely be a heat map of sorts. Users will be able to see the output of the geominer as geotechnical models of the earth, which will most likely be viewed with online mapping technology such as OpenStreetMap, Google Earth/Maps, etc. We are bringing a new concept to the GIS industry. I call it "Enormous Geographic Data Analysis (EGDA)". The idea is to use a huge amount of computing power to do detailed GIS analysis all over the world. The implications of this could be world changing.

Using python and ArcGIS is a good solution but we plan to use OpenSource GIS which in many ways is more development friendly. Are you a GIS professional? We are building a community of open source GIS developers Smiley

The first real move with Geominer(GIS Analysis) will skyrocketing this coin! This is the first fresh idea I've seen since DRK's declared anon almost a year ago!

                          
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January 23, 2015, 10:32:14 PM
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Another Scam in a jam farm to nastraivatj

I guess you want to tell nastraivatj have a huge mining farm.

Nothing much a dev can do about this  Huh

No, just russian word, perhaps someone have to translate it for him. I can if he pays 10 Geocoins! Smiley

Asshole where have you seen a Russian theme
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January 23, 2015, 10:32:25 PM
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Moreover, Russian-Soviet section if you have developed a coin so razvivai her and that's a shame as it allows this forum is a disgrace

No idea what you talking about can you just talk english  Huh
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January 23, 2015, 10:38:13 PM
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So you guys are in the GIS sector. So I understand "geominer" will take connection location data and create a shapefile with hash information so we can determine where the most hash/mining is coming from? You Could also include payout etc. within that dataset. With that data you could create a heat map, which would look pretty cool.

There should be no issue with creating any of this (without a "geominer") and would actually be quite easy. You might aswell do something GIS related to further incorporate the name and features of the coin right now.

All this could be potentially python scripted to run in Arc automatically and then pushed to a geodatabase that can be pulled via kml for those who have no access to applications like Arcmap etc.

Hi, and thank you for your comment. The geominer is conceptual at this point so nothing is set in stone. Geominer will process raster data, for example a miner may process 1 pixel or tile at a time (depending on the GIS analysis). The more hashing power, the more pixels you compute, the more coins you get. The output would most likely be a heat map of sorts. Users will be able to see the output of the geominer as geotechnical models of the earth, which will most likely be viewed with online mapping technology such as OpenStreetMap, Google Earth/Maps, etc. We are bringing a new concept to the GIS industry. I call it "Enormous Geographic Data Analysis (EGDA)". The idea is to use a huge amount of computing power to do detailed GIS analysis all over the world. The implications of this could be world changing.

Using python and ArcGIS is a good solution but we plan to use OpenSource GIS which in many ways is more development friendly. Are you a GIS professional? We are building a community of open source GIS developers Smiley

The first real move with Geominer(GIS Analysis) will skyrocketing this coin! This is the first fresh idea I've seen since DRK's declared anon almost a year ago!

I couldn't agree more. If successful, one of the top coins this year.

GeoCoin = Real world use + Innovation + Community + Skill + Fun + Target Industry + Mainstream
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January 23, 2015, 10:39:18 PM
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I think you're too smart from time to time where the link on the GPU freaks  Cool Cool Cool Cool
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January 23, 2015, 10:43:04 PM
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goats to send you tax - zazhralis
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January 23, 2015, 10:48:05 PM
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So you guys are in the GIS sector. So I understand "geominer" will take connection location data and create a shapefile with hash information so we can determine where the most hash/mining is coming from? You Could also include payout etc. within that dataset. With that data you could create a heat map, which would look pretty cool.

There should be no issue with creating any of this (without a "geominer") and would actually be quite easy. You might aswell do something GIS related to further incorporate the name and features of the coin right now.

All this could be potentially python scripted to run in Arc automatically and then pushed to a geodatabase that can be pulled via kml for those who have no access to applications like Arcmap etc.

Hi, and thank you for your comment. The geominer is conceptual at this point so nothing is set in stone. Geominer will process raster data, for example a miner may process 1 pixel or tile at a time (depending on the GIS analysis). The more hashing power, the more pixels you compute, the more coins you get. The output would most likely be a heat map of sorts. Users will be able to see the output of the geominer as geotechnical models of the earth, which will most likely be viewed with online mapping technology such as OpenStreetMap, Google Earth/Maps, etc. We are bringing a new concept to the GIS industry. I call it "Enormous Geographic Data Analysis (EGDA)". The idea is to use a huge amount of computing power to do detailed GIS analysis all over the world. The implications of this could be world changing.

Using python and ArcGIS is a good solution but we plan to use OpenSource GIS which in many ways is more development friendly. Are you a GIS professional? We are building a community of open source GIS developers Smiley

The first real move with Geominer(GIS Analysis) will skyrocketing this coin! This is the first fresh idea I've seen since DRK's declared anon almost a year ago!

I couldn't agree more. If successful, one of the top coins this year.

If you think about how GIS is used, and the amount of spatial analysis with everyone's computing power, the implications would be pretty impressive. It's nice to see a coin that could make a difference.
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January 23, 2015, 10:49:10 PM
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Is there place I can rent some mining power for this algo?
Or will someone sell me some coins and at what price?

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January 23, 2015, 10:59:33 PM
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Убивайте эту монету  -разработчик не конкретный.  Дороги не видно  ссылки не работают ТЕМЫ  язычные не открыли

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January 23, 2015, 11:00:16 PM
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Убивайте эту монету  -разработчик не конкретный.  Дороги не видно  ссылки не работают ТЕМЫ  язычные не открыли

Profitcoin developers were russians like this guy(or gay, sorry, my English is as poor as his own)  Grin

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January 23, 2015, 11:10:20 PM
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Убивайте эту монету  -разработчик не конкретный.  Дороги не видно  ссылки не работают ТЕМЫ  язычные не открыли

how about no and just wait. if you dont want to mine then dont.
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January 23, 2015, 11:21:24 PM
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Anyone want to sell some GeoCoin, please pm?

I also want to buy but offers are not cheap. Will anyone sell under 0.0001? PM me please

You need to rent some hash and find out mining costs. 10k sats offer is a joke.
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January 23, 2015, 11:35:47 PM
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So you guys are in the GIS sector. So I understand "geominer" will take connection location data and create a shapefile with hash information so we can determine where the most hash/mining is coming from? You Could also include payout etc. within that dataset. With that data you could create a heat map, which would look pretty cool.

There should be no issue with creating any of this (without a "geominer") and would actually be quite easy. You might aswell do something GIS related to further incorporate the name and features of the coin right now.

All this could be potentially python scripted to run in Arc automatically and then pushed to a geodatabase that can be pulled via kml for those who have no access to applications like Arcmap etc.

Hi, and thank you for your comment. The geominer is conceptual at this point so nothing is set in stone. Geominer will process raster data, for example a miner may process 1 pixel or tile at a time (depending on the GIS analysis). The more hashing power, the more pixels you compute, the more coins you get. The output would most likely be a heat map of sorts. Users will be able to see the output of the geominer as geotechnical models of the earth, which will most likely be viewed with online mapping technology such as OpenStreetMap, Google Earth/Maps, etc. We are bringing a new concept to the GIS industry. I call it "Enormous Geographic Data Analysis (EGDA)". The idea is to use a huge amount of computing power to do detailed GIS analysis all over the world. The implications of this could be world changing.

Using python and ArcGIS is a good solution but we plan to use OpenSource GIS which in many ways is more development friendly. Are you a GIS professional? We are building a community of open source GIS developers Smiley

I focus more in the remote sensing/satellite imagery area, but utilize ArcGIS on a daily basis and sometimes Falconview when its necessary.

Something to look into, and I dont know much about bitcoin tech as a whole, but in console you can do "getpeerinfo" and with this can get data IP data and hash rates. You can us the IP info and get Lat/Long which can be plotted. Some sites show this info as just numbers but since this is GIS backed it would be nice to have this feature on a page.

This can then be turned into Density/Heat Map to give a visual representation of Miner Count, Location and also Country Hashrate. Since location will be primarily focused on just a city, other miners or peers can see how many people in their city actually use/mine the coin.

I feel this can be achieved right now with data available from the QT.

Once again, I dont know much about the tech behind bitcoin, wallets, etc. so If anyone who knows more can chime in that would be great.

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