@richie try burstcoin.cc:3333 ... and check https://burstforum.net/topic/9282/i-need-one-burstcoin-help for doing reward assignment with less than 1 BURST.
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RE: can anyone help first time BURST-N8SQ-355G-L9NP-94NDZ i need one coin
RE: burstcoin-jminer v0.5.2 - GPU assisted PoC-Miner (All Platforms)
Any plans to release and updated version above V5.2 ?
@digidigm Yes, do you have any concrete issues with that version?
RE: I need 1 BurstCoin Help
@minhhoang780 try burstcoin.cc:3333 ... and check https://burstforum.net/topic/9282/i-need-one-burstcoin-help for doing reward assignment with less than 1 BURST.
Night and Day
Slovakia’s Central Bank
Reminds me of a german song lyric 'Euch die Macht und uns die Nacht.' Little off topic ... sry.
RE: Blago Miner Rescanning Prior Blocks
@cryptonick a miner relays on the wallet, basically a miner asks the wallet every e.g. second, for the current block to mine, and if it has changed the miner will react. So, the miner software has not changed but the wallet software ... if a fork occures (2 blocks fighting to get the next block), 'getMiningInfo' delivers the actual state of the fork handling, witch may be a return to previous block and re-process current one.
(wallet handling a fork)
You may be able to reduce this issue, by only ask every 2 seconds for miningInfo and not e.g. every 500ms. Jminer remembers miningInfos that have already be mined successful, so if the above happens, starting round for older block would be skipped. Maybe something like that could also be implemented for Blago miner. Sorry if not explained that well, hope you understand.
@bytheseaster All your plotfiles start at nonce 0 and are still poc1. The same nonce nr. will contain the same data again. So you have the data from nonce 0- 3811248 three times, the data from 3811249 - 7615608 two times and only the data 7615608-11444752 is not overlapping.
<account-id> <startnonce> <number-of-nonces> <staggersize(indicates poc1)>
9890473740241104091_0_3811248_3811248 (delete/replot e.g. startnonce 20000000)
9890473740241104091_0_7615608_7615608 (delete/replot e.g. startnonce 30000000)
9890473740241104091_0_11444752_11444752 (keep and convert to poc2)
RE: burst is dead?
Most of the time, mining is not profitable ... independent of the coin. If you can not afford holding the coins you mine at least two years or longer (in legit projects) you may do something wrong. Particularly as private miner, that pays 'normal' price for electricity.
There are industry scale miners, that pay as low as $0.03 per kWh
Watch from minute 45 ... (the deep link does not seam to work)
@knvantruong try burstcoin.cc:3333 ... and check https://burstforum.net/topic/9282/i-need-one-burstcoin-help for doing reward assignment with less than 1 BURST.
RE: What is multi out reverse in cryptoguru
Burst Multi-reverse scares me because you are saying a pool can take the transaction back?
No it is a normal transaction, can not be reverted once it got confirmed. Who said i can be reverted?
Lower fee than 1 BURST was (from my point of view) needed, looking into the future.
I'm not sure why this new transaction types got invented ... the lower fees would have done the job. But now that they are here, they are great for pools i guess. I also see possible usages of mult-out-same, e.g. for mixing or faucets.
RE: What is multi out reverse in cryptoguru
There are two new transaction types since the fork at block 500k ... 'multi-out' and 'multi-out-same'. They can be done via api methods 'sendMoneyMulti' and 'sendMoneyMultiSame'.
One 'multi-out'-Transaction allows to send different amount of BURST to 1-64 recipients.
If this is used by pool, the fees can be reduced a lot and miners get more reward. (as fees have to be paid from reward)
One 'multi-out-same'-Transaction allows to send same amount of BURST to 1-128 recipients.
However, if you get paid by one of the above Transactions, the payment will not show up under transactions, but under e.g. the multi-out reverse in block-explorer. Due to technical issue.
RE: Burst coin troubleshooting, Strange DL source/ Strange Dl File Chunks
RE: Burstcoin Beginner bittet um Spende :)
@coinschürfer Könnte sein, dass der Auslöser für die Warnmeldung ein Guthaben kleiner 1 Burst ist. Der Button 'Set Reward Assignment' würde trotzdem funktionieren, denke ich ... die Benutzeroberfläche ist noch nicht überall für die neuen Transaktionsgebüren angepasst.
RE: Burst Fees!
@gibsalot Every one creating a block can decide witch transactions get included ... or if none gets included ... so i can not tell you about blocks with 0 transactions. But there is only 1 transaction per block for 0.00735, the next one is 0.0147 etc. so using e.g. 0.05145 (for 7th slot) should speed up your transaction ... but sure you can use 1 BURST as always and you are fine. Currently the main benefit is, that we can afford faucets again, to get new users started etc.
RE: I need one BurstCoin Help
- Use this faucet -> burstcoin.cc:3333
You can improve the chance that the reward assignment or any other transaction get included in nect block by double or tripple etc. transaction fee. In worst case you have to wait some blocks. If you use the whole 0.05 BURST (or half of it) you get from faucet, you should have no Problem at all.
RE: New PoC1 to PoC2 Plot Converter written in c# - with resume and mining on same hdd support
Nice to see another dev doing something for BURST. I will check it out.
RE: WebMinePool + Burst Faucet
As i first heard of Monero mining via a script used in a browser tab, I was fascinated of the potential. My first thought was ... hell internet, i give you 20% of my cpu power and you turn off this fuckin' adds :-) It is a amazing idea, to provide some BURST for leaving a browser tab open. As it would be so simple to get started with BURST. Hope you will be successful with this idea.