@energy Well you are also using a very small time window as average, I think you should have a sample of at least a week to be able to draw that conclusion in a minimum accurate way...
I'm an 24 years old Portuguese guy, with a lot of will to make burst projects come to life, with the purpose of rise a lot the value of this wonderfull coin...
Posts made by gpedro
@energy the target DL is the worst possible DL that you will submit to the pool if you find one... So if you have a targetDeadline of 1000000, that is the value of the worst DL you will submit to the pool...
Now imagine that you have a targetDeadline much higher than what the pool accepts... targetDeadline of 1.000.000 and pool only accepts DL's of 500.000 or lower, when you submit a DL of 750.000 the pool get's your DL, discard it automatically because it's higher than the max DL of the pool but still use that DL to calculate your average, so your average lower itself more than if you didn't had actually sent any DL in that block... This is why is wise to have the targetDeadline well configured, not needed but wise if the pool has a low targetDL...
RE: ONE HUNDRED POC2 Ready
@tross No need to convert the plots to keep miner online... Miners that are down it's because of non-compatible PoC2 miner software... Unconverted plots only give you worst reading times. Supposedly would be around the double of the time, but for me tripled the reading times... Converting the plots now with 0 downtime ;D
BTW congrats on getting out of the closet LOL My miner keeps working in there ;D
RE: Help positive balance to be paid
@starck1 Currently the value of one block is at 1101 Burst and decreasing 5% each month that goes by... you can check at any time the current block reward in the first box of this calculator: https://explore.burst.cryptoguru.org/tool/calculate
1.0000000 is 1 Burst obviously
RE: I''ve got too much sh*t - and it's time for a sale.
@haitch How would cost me to have them received in Portugal? If it worths I can get both of them xP
@rds here: https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/burstcoin
I would recommend migrating to the Mariadb database since it's the most stable although has the configuration a bit harder so if you try and can't get it, my easiest suggestion is that you launch it for the first time with qBundle and the configuration will be very easy, from that point on use it without qbundle if you want the lighter and raw view ;D
@rds After 2.0.0 release being launched, the 1.2.9 wallets and everything older than that will not be able to connect to any 2.0.0 nodes, they will only be able to connect to the 1.3.6 nodes...
If 85% of the network runs the 2.0.0 after the release (the minimum needed to have signalling consensus for dymaxion) you will only be able to connect to 15% of the network meaning you will be forking a lot...
With this being said, if you operate a pool (even a private one), you should at least be with 1.3.6cg by now... If you don't, you will reach a point where you will catch some good downtime with your pool...