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  1. 2 points
    How to compile carsen's fork of BEAM to test atomic swaps. Using a Ubuntu 20.04 Focal VM. sudo apt install qml-module-qtquick-controls2 libqt5svg5-dev libboost-all-dev libssl-dev qtdeclarative5-dev sudo apt install build-essential curl wget unzip zlib1g-dev apt-transport-https libdb++-dev libboost-all-dev libqrencode-dev libminiupnpc-dev libevent-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libssl-dev libtool libqt5gui5 libqt5core5a libqt5dbus5 qttools5-dev qttools5-dev-tools qt5-default qtbase5-dev-tools qml-module-qtquick-controls2 libqt5svg5-dev qtdeclarative5-dev golang go-dep sudo apt-get install qml-module-qt* sudo apt install qml-module-qtquick-controls sudo apt install qml-module-qtquick-dialogs sudo apt-get install qt511quick* qt511graphicaleffects sudo snap install cmake git clone https://github.com/carsenk/beam Compile wallet cd ~/beam cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release . && make -j2 After compile go to directory and run QT wallet cd /beam/ui ./BeamWalletMasternet Setup the BEAM wallet with password and copy generated seed down. Go to the GEAR icon, then SWAP tab to setup Denarius Click on Electrum to turn that on and leave Select server automatically checkmarked. Then click Apply -> Connect -> Show wallet addresses You can now send Denarius in. From this point its unclear how to send out. Also unknown if the BIP39 seed phrase is correct, as it would be great if we could throw this Denarius generated seed phrase into Coinomi. I couldn't get this idea to work yet. After sending in, go to the ATOM Icon and see your Denarius ready to swap.
  2. 1 point
    The above got me to thinking, how can I automate this? And that's where this script was born. https://gist.github.com/buzzkillb/878ff03068f141b01fa8afdcc92d9a25 What the script does is the user sets some parameters to look for in their wallet. Such as more than 1 input and a sum balance on an address of more than 0.001 D, and the script will search all of those addresses out, and combine every input in the address and send all of that back into the same address. Lets say you run a fortunastake and have 100's of 0.00000000 D inputs per address. This can help clear that up. Or you have been staking for a while and also mining, this can clear that up. If you run an exchange? Probably might work to clear the dust up. Basically does all of the steps above in a very crude bash script using jq, bc, awk, sed and some loops. All the user has to pay each time this is run is the tx fee per address.
  3. 1 point
    I was looking for a way to clean up my inputs without going one by one in the QT and using coin control, when I stumbled upon an older post of someone asking how to do this on Bitcoin as this seems to happen frequently. The idea was take a bunch of small inputs (dust) and combine with a larger amount and send. Over time with a lot of transactions and staking the inputs get to become many and very small. The basic way to create a raw transaction is by looking at your unspent list of transactions listunspent Which looks like this for my mining pool wallet which has a bunch of 0 fees after Denarius hit block 3mil 0 POW rewards and only mines tx fees. Lets say I am going to create a new address [DRiQL7nc1zXmSaxVswutYu2CGZtsEBqfQQ] and send those 3 amounts to it. We need to take note of the txid, vout, amount and tx fee for our coin. Denarius txfee is 0.00001 D Line by line lets copy down what we need f6d277fff890a86de7699e7ec8074e323556d89e895e652357da79c0d5fb77de 2 0.00000000 fa4c40deff3c9ac2eed8d20d21396465bcb19d4686583a1628b95e9a03f8ab4a 2 0.00000000 fb6e9ffdcb5b453e19fc7f46420faa329dd1ad1ec72699bdfa3f4856a24b362a 1 2.46936988 the total amount is 2.46936988 and then subtract 0.00001 & 0.00000001 for good measure, and send 2.46935987 D to our new address and combine these 3 inputs. createrawtransaction "[{\"txid\":\"f6d277fff890a86de7699e7ec8074e323556d89e895e652357da79c0d5fb77de\",\"vout\":2},{\"txid\":\"fa4c40deff3c9ac2eed8d20d21396465bcb19d4686583a1628b95e9a03f8ab4a\",\"vout\":2},{\"txid\":\"fb6e9ffdcb5b453e19fc7f46420faa329dd1ad1ec72699bdfa3f4856a24b362a\",\"vout\":1}]" {\"DRiQL7nc1zXmSaxVswutYu2CGZtsEBqfQQ\":2.46935987} Type this into the debug console or daemon line and adjust your txid's, vout's and at the end adjust your send to address and amount to send. Those \ seem to be required for this wallet to parse what you are sending in. This spits a transaction out. 01000000d3568d5e03de77fbd5c079da5723655e899ed85635324e07c87e9e69e76da890f8ff77d2f60200000000ffffffff4aabf8039a5eb928163a5886469db1bc656439210dd2d8eec29a3cffde404cfa0200000000ffffffff2a364ba256483ffabd9926c71eadd19d32aa0f42467ffc193e455bcbfd9f6efb0100000000ffffffff01b3f1b70e000000001976a914e1af17e42eba3528c9b9bd32e0df648e06eb0dcd88ac00000000 Now we want to sign the transaction from our wallet. signrawtransaction and the white output from above. signrawtransaction 01000000d3568d5e03de77fbd5c079da5723655e899ed85635324e07c87e9e69e76da890f8ff77d2f60200000000ffffffff4aabf8039a5eb928163a5886469db1bc656439210dd2d8eec29a3cffde404cfa0200000000ffffffff2a364ba256483ffabd9926c71eadd19d32aa0f42467ffc193e455bcbfd9f6efb0100000000ffffffff01b3f1b70e000000001976a914e1af17e42eba3528c9b9bd32e0df648e06eb0dcd88ac00000000 This spits the signed info out. { "hex" : "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", "complete" : true } Now for the send. sendrawtransaction and the long white out between the quotes. sendrawtransaction 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 And then you get your new transaction id to check on the explorer. 1d9f74c8a791d004a83348b2350a9f25f67646f7baa632890ebe9e533275b359 Check on coinexplorer https://www.coinexplorer.net/D/transaction/1d9f74c8a791d004a83348b2350a9f25f67646f7baa632890ebe9e533275b359 and we can see the 3 inputs are now combined into a new address. Also those 0.00000000's disappear from our wallet.
  4. 1 point
    I recently added a few new features to my generic-seeder project. New changes are as follows: Added a new config option for a 2nd explorer to be used as a fail-over in case the 1st explorer goes offline Added a new config option to specify how many seconds to wait between re-checking the explorer block height (previously it was hardcoded to 60 seconds) Added a new cmd line argument to force connections to IPv4 or IPv6 only if desired. Many blockchain networks are populated with nodes on either IPv4 or IPv6. There may be scenarios where one might want to find only the IPv4 nodes or only the IPv6 nodes on a blockchain network and this is this simplest way you could accomplish that. Added a step-by-step setup guide which details setting up the seeder using either cloudflare integration or the local DNS server source code and more info available here: https://github.com/team-exor/generic-seeder
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    NBMiner GPU Miner for RVN, ETH, GRIN, AE, BTM, SERO, HNS, BFC, SIPC, TRB. Download Download From Mega Release: Download NBMiner Performance (stock frequency) Code: | Algorithm | Coin | P106-100 | P104-8G | 1070ti | 1080ti | 2080 | RX580 2048sp | | :--------------- | :-----: | :--------: | :--------: | :--------: | :------: | :------: | :----------: | | tensority | BTM | 1,900 | 3000 | 3,400 | 5,000 | 11,500 | X | | ethash | ETH | 21.2M | 34.5M | 26.9M | 46M | 35.5M | X | | tensority_ethash | BTM+ETH | 950+15.5M | 1600+26.5M | 1350+22M | 2450+40M | 7000+28M | X | | cuckaroo | GRIN29 | 3.45 | 5.6 | 5.25 | 8.1 | 8.9 | X | | cuckarood | GRIN29 | 3.45 | 5.6 | 5.25 | 8.1 | 9.1 | X | | cuckatoo | GRIN31 | - | 0.89 | 0.94 | 1.56 | 1.65 | X | | cuckoo_ae | AE | 3.35 | 5.5 | 5.15 | 7.9 | 8.75 | X | | cuckaroo_swap | SWAP | 3.45 | 5.6 | 5.25 | 8.1 | 8.9 | X | | progpow_sero | SERO | 10.3M | 17.5M | 13.3M | 22.5M | 25.8M | 10M | | sipc | SIPC | 600k | 940k | 780k | 1170k | 1050k | X | | eaglesong | CKB | 430M | 640M | 740M | 1150M | 1160M | 350M | | eaglesong_ethash | CKB+ETH | 203M+20.5M | 275M+34M | 415M+26.5M | 600M+44M | 790M+36M | 200M+22M | | bfc | BFC | 80 | 130 | 120 | 190 | 210 | X | | hns | HNS | 170M | 255M | 300M | 455M | 425M | 145M | | hns_ethash | HNS+ETH | 76M+19M | 120M+30M | 158M+26.2M | 176M+44M | 305M+34M | 68M+22.5M | | trb | TRB | 280M | 435M | 510M | 750M | 880M | X | | trb_ethash | TRB+ETH | 122M+20.3M | 170M+34M | 240M+26.7M | 315M+45M | - | X | | kawpow | RVNt | 10.3M | 17.5M | 13.3M | 22.5M | 25.8M | 10.3M | Features Support Windows & Linux. Support backup mining pool configuration. Support SSL connection to mining pools. Dev Fee tensority_ethash 3%, tensority(Pascal) 2%, tensority(Turing) 3%, ethash 0.65%, cuckaroo & cuckatoo & cuckaroo_swap 2%, progpow_sero 2%, sipc 2%, bfc 3% hns 2%, hns_ethash 3%, trb 2%, trb_ethash 3%, kawpow 2% Requirements Code: | Algorithm | Coin | Compute Capability | Memory (Win7 & Linux) | Memory (Win10) | | :--------------- | :-----: | :----------------: | :-------------------: | :------------: | | tensority | BTM | 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 1GB | 1GB | | ethash | ETH | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 4GB | 4GB | | tensority_ethash | BTM+ETH | 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 4GB | 4GB | | cuckaroo(d) | GRIN29 | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 5GB | 6GB | | cuckatoo | GRIN31 | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 8GB | 10GB | | cuckoo_ae | AE | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 5GB | 6GB | | cuckaroo_swap | SWAP | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 5GB | 6GB | | progpow_sero | SERO | 6.0 - 7.5 | 2GB | 2GB | | sipc | SIPC | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 1GB | 1GB | | eaglesong | CKB | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 0.1GB | 0.1GB | | eaglesong_ethash | CKB+ETH | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 4GB | 4GB | | bfc | BFC | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 5GB | 6GB | | hns | HNS | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 0.1GB | 0.1GB | | hns_ethash | HNS+ETH | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 4GB | 4GB | | trb | TRB | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 0.1GB | 0.1GB | | trb_ethash | TRB+ETH | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 4GB | 4GB | | kawpow | RVNt | 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 7.5 | 3GB | 3GB | Sample Usages BTM f2pool: nbminer -a tensority -o stratum+tcp://btm.f2pool.com:9221 -u bm1xxxxxxxxxx.worker antpool: nbminer -a tensority -o stratum+tcp://stratum-btm.antpool.com:6666 -u username.worker matpool.io: nbminer -a tensority -o stratum+tcp://btm.matpool.io:8118 -u bm1xxxxxxxxxxx.worker ETH ethermine: nbminer -a ethash -o ethproxy+tcp://asia1.ethermine.org -u 0x12343bdgf.worker sparkpool: nbminer -a ethash -o ethproxy+tcp://cn.sparkpool.com:3333 -u 0x12343bdgf.worker f2pool: nbminer -a ethash -o ethproxy+tcp://eth.f2pool.com:8008 -u 0x12343bdgf.worker nanopool: nbminer -a ethash -o ethproxy+tcp://eth-asia1.nanopool.org:9999 -u 0x12343bdgf.worker nicehash: nbminer -a ethash -o nicehash+tcp://daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353 -u btc_address.worker BTM+ETH f2pool: nbminer -a tensority_ethash -o stratum+tcp://btm.f2pool.com:9221 -u btm_address.btm_worker -do ethproxy+tcp://eth.f2pool.com:8008 -du eth_address.eth_worker Grin29 sparkpool: nbminer -a cuckarood -o stratum+tcp://grin.sparkpool.com:6666 -u [email protected]/worker f2pool: nbminer -a cuckarood -o stratum+tcp://grin29.f2pool.com:13654 -u username.worker:passwd nicehash: nbminer -a cuckarood -o nicehash+tcp://grincuckaroo29.eu.nicehash.com:3371 -u btc_address.worker Grin31 sparkpool: nbminer -a cuckatoo -o stratum+tcp://grin.sparkpool.com:66667-u [email protected]/worker f2pool: nbminer -a cuckatoo -o stratum+tcp://grin31.f2pool.com:13654 -u username.worker:passwd nicehash: nbminer -a cuckatoo -o nicehash+tcp://grincuckaroo31.eu.nicehash.com:3372 -u btc_address.worker AE f2pool: nbminer -a cuckoo_ae -o stratum+tcp://ae.f2pool.com:7898 -u ak_xxxxxxx.worker:passwd beepool: nbminer -a cuckoo_ae -o stratum+tcp://ae-pool.beepool.org:9505 -u ak_xxxx.worker:passwd uupool: nbminer -a cuckoo_ae -o stratum+tcp://ae.uupool.cn:6210 -u ak_xxxxxx.worker:passwd nicehash: nbminer -a cuckoo_ae -o nicehash+tcp://cuckoocycle.eu.nicehash.com:3376 -u btc_address.test SWAP luckypool: nbminer -a cuckaroo_swap -o stratum+tcp://swap2.luckypool.io:4466 -u wallet_address:worker herominers: nbminer -a cuckaroo_swap -o stratum+tcp://swap.herominers.com:10441 -u wallet_address.worker herominers solo: nbminer -a cuckaroo_swap -o stratum+tcp://swap.herominers.com:10441 -u solo:wallet_address.worker:arbitrary SERO beepool: nbminer -a progpow_sero -o stratum+tcp://sero-pool.beepool.org:9515 -u wallet_address.worker:pswd f2pool: nbminer -a progpow_sero -o stratum+tcp//sero.f2pool.com:4200 -u wallet_address.worker:pswd SIPC simpool: nbminer -a sipc -o stratum+tcp://sipc.simpool.vip:8801 -u username.worker:passwd matpool: nbminer -a sipc -o stratum+tcp://sipc.matpool.io:11100 -u username.worker:passwd CKB sparkpool: nbminer -a eaglesong -o stratum+tcp://ckb.sparkpool.com:8888 -u user.worker:passwd beepool: nbminer -a eaglesong -o stratum+tcp://ckb-pool.beepool.org:9550 -u email/worker:passwd uupool: nbminer -a eaglesong -o stratum+tcp://ckb.uupool.cn:10861 -u user.worker:passwd f2pool: nbminer -a eaglesong -o stratum+tcp://ckb.f2pool.com:4300 -u wallet.worker:passwd CKB+ETH sparkpool: nbminer -a eaglesong_ethash -o stratum+tcp://ckb.sparkpool.com:8888 -u user.worker:passwd -do stratum+tcp://cn.sparkpool.com:3333 -du wallet.worker:passwd beepool: nbminer -a eaglesong_ethash -o stratum+tcp://ckb-pool.beepool.org:9550 -u email/worker:passwd -do stratum+tcp://eth-pool.beepool.org:9530 -du wallet.worker:passwd uupool: nbminer -a eaglesong_ethash -o stratum+tcp://ckb.uupool.cn:10861 -u user.worker:passwd -do stratum+tcp://eth.uupool.cn:8008 -du wallet.worker:passwd f2pool: nbminer -a eaglesong_ethash -o stratum+tcp://ckb.f2pool.com:4300 -u wallet.worker:passwd -do stratum+tcp://eth.f2pool.com:8008 -du wallet.worker:passwd BFC uupool: nbminer -a bfc -o stratum+tcp://bfc.uupool.cn:12210 -u user.worker bfcpool: nbminer -a bfc -o stratum+tcp://ss.bfcpool.com:3333 -u wallet.worker HNS f2pool: nbminer -a hns -o stratum+tcp://hns.f2pool.com:6000 -u wallet.worker HNS+ETH f2pool: nbminer -a hns_ethash -o stratum+tcp://hns.f2pool.com:6000 -u wallet.worker -do stratum+tcp://eth.f2pool.com:8008 -du wallet.worker TRB uupool: nbminer -a trb -o stratum+tcp://trb.uupool.cn:11002 -u wallet.worker hashpool: nbminer -a trb -o stratum+tcp://pplns.trb.stratum.hashpool.com:8208 -u wallet.worker TRB+ETH uupool: nbminer -a trb_ethash -o stratum+tcp://trb.uupool.cn:11002 -u wallet.worker -do stratum+tcp://eth.uupool.cn:8008 -du wallet.worker RVNt minermore: nbminer -a kawpow -o stratum+tcp://rvnt.minermore.com:4505 -u wallet.worker:passwd CMD options -h, --help Displays this help. -v, --version Displays version information. -c, --config <config file path> Use json format config file rather than cmd line options. -a, --algo <algo> Select mining algorithm BTM: tensority ETH: ethash BTM+ETH: tensority_ethash Grin29: cuckaroo Grin31: cuckatoo SWAP: cuckaroo_swap --api <host:port> The endpoint for serving REST API. -o, --url <url> Mining pool url. BTM: stratum+tcp://btm.f2pool.com:9221 BTM with SSL: stratum+ssl://btm.f2pool.com:9443 ETH: ethproxy+tcp://eth.f2pool.com:8008 ETH with NiceHash: ethnh+tcp://daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353 -u, --user <user> User used in Mining pool, wallet address or username. -o1, --url1 <url> url for backup mining pool 1. -u1, --user1 <user> username for backup mining pool 1. -o2, --url2 <url> url for backup mining pool 2. -u2, --user2 <user> username for backup mining pool 2. -di, --secondary-intensity <intensity> The relative intensity when dual mining. -do, --secondary-url <url> ETH mining pool when dual mining. -du, --secondary-user <user> ETH username when dual mining. -do1, --secondary-url1 <url> Backup 1 ETH mining pool when dual mining. -du1, --secondary-user1 <user> Backup 1 ETH username when dual mining. -do2, --secondary-url2 <url> Backup 2 ETH mining pool when dual mining. -du2, --secondary-user2 <user> Backup 2 ETH username when dual mining. -d, --devices <devices> Specify GPU list to use. Format: "-d 0,1,2,3" to use first 4 GPU. -i, --intensity \<intensities> Comma-separated list of intensities (1 -100). -strict-ssl Check validity of certificate when use SSL connection. --cuckoo-intensity <intensity> Set intensity of cuckoo, cuckaroo, cuckatoo, [1, 12]. Set to 0 means autumatically adapt. Default: 0. --cuckatoo-power-optimize Set this option to reduce the range of power consumed by rig when minining with algo cuckatoo. This feature can reduce the chance of power supply shutdown caused by overpowered. Warning: Setting this option may cause drop on minining performance. --temperature-limit <temp-limit> Set temperature limit of GPU, if exceeds, stop GPU for 10 seconds and continue. -log Generate log file named `log_<timestamp>.txt`. --log-file <filename> Generate custom log file. Note: This option will override `--log`. --no-nvml Do not query cuda device health status. --fidelity-timeframe \<timeframe> Set timeframe for the calculation of fidelity, unit in hour. Default: 24. -long-format Use 'yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss,zzz' for log time format. --device-info Print device cuda information. --fee <fee> Change devfee in percentage, [0-5]. Set to '0' to turn off devfee with lower hashrate. Otherwise, devfee = max(set_value, def_value). --generate-config \<filename> Generate a sample config json file. --no-watchdog Disable watchdog process. --platform \<platform> Choose platform,0: NVIDIA+AMD (default), 1: NVIDIA only, 2: AMD only API Reference Web Monitor Open http://api_host:port/ in your browser to use web monitor. Default: Requests [/list][/list] Code: GET http://api_host:port/api/v1/status Response Sample Code: { "miner": { "devices": [{ "core_clock": 1556, "core_utilization": 100, "fan": 36, "hashrate": 1499, "hashrate2": "23.0 M", "hashrate_raw": 1499, "hashrate2_raw": 23030000, "id": 0, "info": "GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11178 MB", "power": 182, "temperature": 65 }, { "core_clock": 1518, "core_utilization": 100, "fan": 34, "hashrate": 1490, "id": 1, "info": "GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11178 MB", "power": 172, "temperature": 62 }], "total_hashrate": 2989, "total_hashrate_raw": 2989, "total_hashrate2": "48.3 M", "total_hashrate2_raw": 48308746, "total_power_consume": 354 }, "start_time": 1532482659, "stratum": { "accepted_share_rate": 0.99, "accepted_shares": 99, "password": "", "rejected_share_rate": 0.01, "rejected_shares": 1, "url": "btm.pool.zhizh[Suspicious link removed]p:3859", "use_ssl": false, "user": "bmxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.test", "difficulty": "0003ffff", "latency": 65 }, "version": "v10.0" } Change Log v29.0(2020-04-03) Add support for RVN new algo 'kawpow' mining on Nvidia & AMD gpus. v28.1(2020-03-30) Support HNS & HNS+ETH mining on NiceHash v28.0(2020-03-28) Add support for mining TRB & TRB+ETH on Nvidia GPU Add support for mining ETH on `miningrigrentals`. Minor improvements and fixes. v27.7(2020-03-14) Fix ETH mining on NiceHash. Fix NVML initialization failure on certain cases. v27.6(2020-03-14) Improve HNS & HNS+ETH on Nvidia GPU. v27.5(2020-03-05) Fix high ETH reject rate on certain pools when mining HNS+ETH. Slightly improve mining HNS+ETH on Nvidia GPU. v27.4(2020-02-28) Fix support the certain AMD Vega GPUs. Fix a potential bug when mining under AMD+Nvidia mixed rig. v27.3(2020-02-27) Add HNS+ETH mining on AMD GPU Improve HNS+ETH performance on Nvidia GPU Note: `-di` calculation is changed in this version for HNS+ETH. The value of `-di` = `work_size_of_hns` / `work_size_of_eth` E.g, `-di 5` on a stock freq 1070ti will get 26M for eth & 130M for hns. v27.2(2020-02-20) Improve HNS performance on AMD GPU v27.1(2020-02-19) Improve HNS performance on Nvidia GPU Add support for HNS mining for AMD GPU v27.0(2020-02-18) Add support for HNS & HNS_ETH mining for NVIDIA GPU Minor bug fix and improvements. v26.2(2019-11-21) Improve CKB+ETH performance on AMD GPU. Fix bug of 26.1: Launch crash on certain AMD rigs. v26.1(2019-11-15) Add support for mining CKB+ETH on AMD GPU. Improve performance for mining CKB on Nvidia GPU. v26.0(2019-10-11) Add support for BFC mininig on Nvidia GPU. Fix CKB compatibility on AMD GPU. Fix cuckcoocycle on nicehash. v25.5(2019-10-05) Fix a bug when mining CKB+ETH. Fix a compatibility issue in CKB stratum protocol. v25.4(2019-10-04) Improve CKB mining performance on both NVIDIA & AMD cards. Improve CKB+ETH performance on NVIDIA cards. Add support for mining SERO on AMD cards. Add a new option `--platform` to allow users to choose GPU platform. v25.2(2019-09-10) Add support for `CKB` mining on AMD cards under linux. Bug fix. v25.1(2019-09-07) Add support for `CKB` mining on AMD cards. v25.0(2019-09-05) Add support for `CKB` mining & `CKB`+`ETH` dual mining. Enhance `-di` parameter to support comma separated list to specify `-di` value for each card. The default value of `-di` for `CKB`+`ETH` mining ranges from 4 ~ 8 depending on GPU model, valid value range in [1, 10], higher value means higher intensity for `ETH`. The best value of `-di` differs by GPU model, overclock and power limitation. v24.4(2019-08-16) Fix SIPC dxpool compatibility. 1080 & 1080ti users should use `OhGodAnETHlargementPill` to boost SIPC performance. v24.3(2019-08-15) Add support for mining SIPC. Fix high CPU usage mining SERO with 24.1 & 24.2 Fix Grin intensity. v24.2(2019-07-17) Disable the auto-switch from cuckaroo -> cuckarood Slightliy improve RTX2060 Grin29 performance under win10 Fix startup stuck issue on some linux distro. Add new option `--generate-config` to generate a sample config file. Note: Linux sero mining need to set a env before start if run with --no-watchdog, please check start_sero.sh v24.1(2019-07-16) Fix lower hashrate than previous version for Grin29 & AE on 10xx 6GB cards Fix mining Grin29 AE on Turing 6GB Cards on Win10. Fix the disfunction of auto-reboot when GPU error happens. Fix start using json config file. Change the GPU MEM size display upon launch from Total Size to Available Size. v24.0(2019-07-15) Support Grin29 fork on 17th, July. When using algo `cuckaroo`, v24.0 will do an automatically switch to `cuckarood` on height 262080. Add a temporary option `-grin29-fork-height`, user can test the auto-switch by setting this option to lower height value. Improve performance on Grin29 & AE. Add support for mining `SERO`, algo `progpow_sero`. Add option `-intensity` to set the intensity level for each GPU. Add option `-fidelity-timeframe` to customize the timeframe for fidelity calculation. Add option `-log-file` to set a specified log filename. Add option `-no-nvml` to close the periodical query for GPU status. Add new method to turn on NiceHash protocol, `nicehash+tcp://` Also compatible with previous url based method. Minor improvement and bug fix. v23.3(2019-06-14) Fix mining AE (cuckoocycle) on NiceHash. Add option to set a temperature limit on GPU. v23.2(2019-05-09) Improve Grin & AE & SWAP performance. Add support for mining AE on NiceHash. Add display output of Fidelity. Minor improvement and bug fix. v22.3(2019-04-15) Improve performance of Grin31 on 1080ti & 2080ti. v22.2(2019-04-15) Improve compatiblity for mining Grin31 on windows 8GB cards. Set default --cuckoo-intensity to 4, lower CPU usage on default settings when mining Grin & AE. v22.1(2019-04-12) Add support for mining Swap (XWP). Improve Grin29 & AEperformance. Improve Windows compatibility on Grin & AE, significant boost on performance. v21.4(2019-04-03) Improve Grin31 performance. Improve performance of Grin29 & AE on RTX cards. Fix Grin31 compatibility on Win7 with 8G cards. New option to reduce the range of power consumption by multi-gpu rig. Add miner Up Time print in cmd outputs. v21.3(2019-03-20) Fix bug: Occasionlly lower local hashrate than previously version. Do not run GPU if mining pool not connected when mining Grin & AE. v21.2(2019-03-15) Fix bug: "GPU hung detected" happens under some normal conditions. v21.1(2019-03-14) Improve Grin29 performance Add support for mining Grin & AE on Turing cards. Add detection for GPU hung. Increase chance of accept share when mining Grin on NiceHash. Fix ETH mining on NiceHash. Fix "accecpt share checking" bug when using backup mining pools. v21.0(2019-03-06) Add suuport for AE (Aeternity) Improve performance on Grin29 & Grin31 Improve miner stability. v20.0(2019-02-21) Add support for Grin31 Add support for mining Grin on NiceHash Add new option to tune CPU usage when mining Grin. Improve BTM+ETH performance on RTX cards. FIx bug of lower hashrate when mining BTM on rigs with mixed 10 series and 20 series cards. Do not add a default worker name if no worker name specified by user. v14.0(2019-01-30) BTM mining, improve over 200% on RTX cards. Improve Grin mining. v13.2(2019-01-17) Add support mining Grin on 1066-win10. Fix support for Solo mining using grin-server. v13.1(2019-01-15) Add support for mining Grin coin (cuckaroo29). Minor bug fix and improvement. v12.4(2018-01-05) Improve hashrate of BTM+ETH dual mining about 6%. v12.3(2018-12-30) Fix a bug that could cause many reject shares when epoch changes under ETH dual mining . v12.2(2018-12-26) Fix high stale share and reject share ratio when use big `-di` for dual mining BTM+ETH. Fix the support of web monitor for dual mining. Minor bug fixs and improvements. v12.1(2018-12-24) Fix support ETH PPS+ mode on F2pool Add support for ETH on NiceHash (with protocol header `ethnh`) Fix rest api when dual mining. Minor bug fixs. v12.0(2018-12-19) **New `BTM+ETH` dual mining mode.** Decrease the required driver version to 377. Temporarily remove support for XMR mining. Fix start using config file. Add a default protocol header if not specified. v11.0(2018-12-12) Improve BTM hashrate. Add support for ETH and XMR mining. Optimize handle for new job, increase profit on mining pool. Colorful output on console. Add support for backup mining pools. Decrease dev fee of BTM to 2%. v10.0(2018-10-03) Improve hashrate v9.0(2018-08-28) Improve hashrate ~30% Improve stability v8.0(2018-08-17) Improve hashrate 10% 15% Lower skipped share rate, increase actual hashrate on mining pool. Added display for mining pool latency. Added display for mining pool difficulty. Improve API web monitor.
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    when the database gets destroyed an easy way to reset is by stopping the pool and then redis-cli FLUSHALL quit then remove the dump file cd /var/lib/redis rm dump.rdb cd ~ restart redis /etc/init.d/redis-server restart restart pool cd nomp node init.js
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    For latest 1.7.3 release recompile daemon putting a // in front of this line https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/blob/master/src/rpcrawtransaction.cpp#L115 Error reading "last" property during reindex reference: https://github.com/iquidus/explorer/issues/335 Change to amount of CPU's and test sync "block_parallel_tasks": 4, sample settings.json /* This file must be valid JSON. But comments are allowed Please edit settings.json, not settings.json.template */ { // name your instance! "title": "IQUIDUS", "address": "", // coin name "coin": "Denarius", // coin symbol "symbol": "D", // logo "logo": "/images/logo.png", // favicon "favicon": "public/favicon.ico", // Uses bootswatch themes (http://bootswatch.com/) // Valid options: // Cerulean, Cosmo, Cyborg, Darkly, Flatly, Journal, Lumen, Paper, // Readable, Sandstone, Simplex, Slate, Spacelab, Superhero, United, Yeti // theme (see /public/themes for available themes) "theme": "Cyborg", // port to listen for requests on. "port" : 3001, // database settings (MongoDB) "dbsettings": { "user": "iquidus", "password": "password", "database": "explorerdb", "address": "localhost", "port": 27017 }, //update script settings "update_timeout": 10, "check_timeout": 250, "block_parallel_tasks": 4, // wallet settings "use_rpc": true, "wallet": { "host": "localhost", "port": 32369, "username": "denarius", "password": "password" }, // confirmations "confirmations": 10, // language settings "locale": "locale/en.json", // menu settings "display": { "api": true, "markets": true, "richlist": true, "twitter": true, "facebook": false, "googleplus": false, "youtube": false, "search": true, "movement": true, "network": true }, // index page (valid options for difficulty are POW, POS or Hybrid) "index": { "show_hashrate": true, // Show Market Cap in header "show_market_cap": false, // Show Market Cap in place of price box "show_market_cap_over_price": false, "difficulty": "Hybrid", "last_txs": 100, "txs_per_page": 10 }, // ensure links on API page are valid "api": { "blockindex": 1337, "blockhash": "000000000661c86bf89e652eb142093bd9123006f3085595dee183bfe1c24570", "txhash": "000000000661c86bf89e652eb142093bd9123006f3085595dee183bfe1c24570", "address": "DABQj7yoQuvfxVVWMf2mqWhoHLDMUqUJsc" }, // market settings //supported markets: bittrex, poloniex, yobit, empoex, bleutrade, cryptopia, ccex //default market is loaded by default and determines last price in header "markets": { "coin": "JBS", "exchange": "D", "enabled": ["bittrex"], "cryptopia_id": "1658", "ccex_key" : "Get-Your-Own-Key", "default": "bittrex" }, // richlist/top100 settings "richlist": { "distribution": true, "received": true, "balance": true }, // movement page settings // min amount: show transactions greater than this value // low flag: greater than this value flagged yellow // high flag: greater than this value flagged red "movement": { "min_amount": 100, "low_flag": 1000, "high_flag": 5000 }, // twitter, facebook, googleplus, youtube "twitter": "iquidus", "facebook": "yourfacebookpage", "googleplus": "yourgooglepluspage", "youtube": "youryoutubechannel", //genesis "genesis_tx": "c6d8e8f56c25cac33567e571a3497bfc97f715140fcfe16d971333b38e4ee0f2", "genesis_block": "00000d5dbbda01621cfc16bbc1f9bf3264d641a5dbf0de89fd0182c2c4828fcd", //heavy (enable/disable additional heavy features) "heavy": false, //disable saving blocks & TXs via API during indexing. "lock_during_index": false, //amount of txs to index per address (stores latest n txs) "txcount": 100, "txcount_per_page": 50, //show total sent & received on address page (set false if PoS) "show_sent_received": true, // how to calculate current coin supply // COINBASE : total sent from coinbase (PoW) // GETINFO : retreive from getinfo api call (PoS) // HEAVY: retreive from heavys getsupply api call // BALANCES : total of all address balances // TXOUTSET : retreive from gettxoutsetinfo api call "supply": "GETINFO", // how to acquire network hashrate // getnetworkhashps: uses getnetworkhashps api call, returns in GH/s // netmhashps: uses getmininginfo.netmhashpsm returns in MH/s "nethash": "netmhashps", // nethash unitd: sets nethash API return units // valid options: "P" (PH/s), "T" (TH/s), "G" (GH/s), "M" (MH/s), "K" (KH/s) "nethash_units": "G", // Address labels // example : "JhbrvAmM7kNpwA6wD5KoAsbtikLWWMNPcM": {"label": "This is a burn address", "type":"danger", "url":"http://example.com"} // label (required) = test to display // type (optional) = class of label, valid types: default, primary, warning, danger, success // url (optional) = url to link to for more information "labels": { "DDD6SzCwXSEcTPHmNwEQX6xbUs2Rf3svNX": {"label": "Cryptopia", "type":"primary", "url":"http://disney.com"}, // "JSWVXHWeYNknPdG9uDrcBoZHztKMFCsndw": {"label": "Cryptsy"} } }
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    If you have a CPU or GPU you can spare please consider donating some spare cycles instead of mining the crypto for a good cause. Team Name: Denarius Team Number: 246218 Download here https://foldingathome.org/start-folding/ Setup an ID after installing the software, and then input a name and join team Denarius by inputting the team number 246218 Stats page here https://stats.foldingathome.org/teams and here https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_summary.php?s=&t=246218
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    Getting multi nvidia GPU to work on Ubuntu headless is interesting. I am running on Ubuntu 19.10 Server headless with a mix of 1080 and 1070's. install nvidia drivers sudo apt install ubuntu-drivers-common ubuntu-drivers devices sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall install opencl drivers sudo apt update sudo apt install ocl-icd-opencl-dev reboot sudo reboot now install folding at home from the deb. What I then did from FAHControl was remove all the slots and save. If it worked you will see this in the System Info tab, if not try rebooting again.
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    A better way to force finding new work. Go into FAHControl and go to the Status tab of your machine that doesn't have work. Under Folding Slots, right click the slot with no work. Click On Idle wait about 5 seconds, and then click On Idle again.
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    To set big advanced work units for even more bonus points, go into FAHControl. Click the Slots tab, then your slot and then edit Then scroll down to Extra slot options and click Add Then type in client-type and bigadv, then click OK, save and restart the client. For more info on Big Advanced setting https://foldingathome.org/faqs/configuration-guide/switches-flags-options-v7-4-x-v6-32/big-advanced/
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    To remote control the linux headless using FAHControl on Windows for instance. Edit config.xml on your headless server to include the password line. <!-- Remote Command Server --> <password v='password'/> example config.xml, replace passkey with your generated passkey for bonus points and make up a password for password. <config> <!-- Client Control --> <fold-anon v='true'/> <!-- Folding Slot Configuration --> <gpu v='false'/> <!-- HTTP Server --> <allow v=','/> <!-- Remote Command Server --> <password v='password'/> <!-- Slot Control --> <power v='FULL'/> <!-- User Information --> <passkey v='passkey'/> <team v='246218'/> <user v='buzzkillb'/> <!-- Web Server --> <web-allow v=','/> <!-- Folding Slots --> <slot id='0' type='CPU'/> </config> Restart the headless client sudo /etc/init.d/FAHClient restart Then in Windows go to FAHControl and add your server. Click Add in bottom left, then give your server a Name, use the IP address of the server, and the password you made up in the above file.
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    If a cpu or gpu appears stuck and can't do new work. Try going to FAHControl and click Pause then Fold. On headless I just did below command to get new work units after CPU had issues getting more work. sudo /etc/init.d/FAHClient restart
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    setup a passkey for bonus points https://apps.foldingathome.org/getpasskey
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    For Linux headless, gonna use Ubuntu. https://foldingathome.org/support/faq/installation-guides/linux/manual-installation-advanced/ wget https://download.foldingathome.org/releases/public/release/fahclient/debian-stable-64bit/v7.5/fahclient_7.5.1_amd64.deb dpkg -i --force-depends fahclient_7.5.1_amd64.deb Input your name, team 246218, passkey if you made one (can be blank), LIGHT/MEDIUM/FULL, and autostart Yes to allow remote web viewing from another PC on your network since this is headless. nano /etc/fahclient/config.xml add these 2 lines, is your main network IP. <!-- HTTP Server --> <allow v=','/> <!-- Web Server --> <web-allow v=','/> restart the service systemctl restart FAHClient.service now check out the IP address with port number Should see this commands and log file location here https://foldingathome.org/faqs/installation-guides/linux/file-locations/
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    How to setup Yubikey 5 on Android phone and Windows Desktop guide, to replace Google Authenticator or Authy. Trying to think of ways this could be hacked, not quite sure all of the methods, but I think they all require physical possession of the yubikey itself and a password, on top of your login credentials. The idea behind this is hearing about sim swapping hacks and trying to get away from anything related to the phone carrier being hacked. Get yubikey somewhere, 2 or more of these as 1 will be a backup, probably official source so no tampering. I am using the Yubikey 5 for this example. https://www.yubico.com/products/ All authenticator downloads located here https://www.yubico.com/products/services-software/download/yubico-authenticator/ I don't have an iPhone so I can't test if the NFC part works on Apple products. On Android install the Yubico Authenticator App, now go to your site, lets pick https://www.southxchange.com/ . Go to user settings, Two-Factor Code Authentication and enable. When the QR shows up you want to scan this with your phone. Also write down the manual code. After the QT code is scanned in the phone will ask you to tap the yubikey NFC. Tap the yubikey to the phone. If you already have your backup yubikey, Click add and tap again. Now its stored on both yubikeys using QR code scanning. Enter the 6 digits to enable 2FA on your account. Download and install Windows Yubico Authenticator from the official link above. Plugin one of your yubikeys to your desktop, and your codes now pop up. Put passwords on both authenticator apps for extra security. For github, major exchanges, gmail, etc most of these offer to just add the key itself instead of using the 6 digit code. But this app is really handy for things like Discord.
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    PR is in the works to make Denarius and Beam Atomic swaps possible in the Beam wallet. You can start building it to test the atomic swaps via electrum and or the native D wallet. You only will need the Beam wallet though if using electrum. Beam building guide coming soon that adds onto their documentation and new atomic swap guides. https://github.com/BeamMW/beam/pull/1303
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    How to create your own genesis block and your own real cryptocurrency. Guide coming soon... Sent from Android 10 using Tapatalk
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    I'm sure its a long way from being "perfect", but take a look at the generic-seeder project I started earlier this year and see if it doesn't already do more-or-less what you are looking for: https://github.com/team-exor/generic-seeder I struggled way more than should have been necessary when I first started looking at how to adapt the bitcoin seeder to work with another coin. All the data that needs to change from coin to coin is buried in the source code in the most unobvious of places. So the first thing I did to remedy this was to add the ability to enter the kind of data that changes from coin to coin into a config file. That made it easy to quickly set up a new seeder for any coin in a matter of minutes (assuming you already know the current protocol version, port #, magic bytes, etc. for your coin). The next thing I struggled with was setting up the actual dns record to make proper use of the data that the crawler was collecting and dumping. I see you already have what looks like a great set of instructions to do the DNS setup here: https://denariustalk.org/index.php?/topic/314-dns-seeder-setup/. However, I did find that some savvy coder(s) figured out a much easier and fool-proof way to accomplish the same thing by utilizing a python script and retasking a cloudflare account into performing the DNS portion of the seeders work (as sort of mentioned above this post). In an ideal world, the code for this cloudflare setup should not be in a separate python script but should instead be part of the c++ seeder code to limit dependencies on other programming languages. I hope to either find the time to build this out more properly in the future or maybe some kind soul will do that for me given that it is open source after all. I did take the liberty of modifying the original cloudflare script(s) I found in the wild by fixing a few bugs and integrating the configuration for the python script into the same config file that is consumed by the generic-seeder app - so there's no need for separate config files all over the place. At this point, everything was working quite beautifully I thought, but still one thing bothered me about the original dns seeder code. I couldn't seem to understand why the block height that was being used to determine which nodes were considered "good" or "bad" was a static value. Now, I've been around a few blockchains over the years and one thing I've found that many chains suffer from are peers that are stuck on a block. To be honest, I never bothered to ask the original author of the bitcoin seeder why the block height check was based on a value that doesn't change. Perhaps there is a good reason for the way this was originally developed, and it could be that my next "fix" won't be appreciated or desired. But I decided that I wanted my seeder to effectively have the ability to weed out these pesky stuck peers and so the generic-seeder can also contact a trusted block explorer to achieve this goal. If a block explorer api url is specified in the config, the explorer api is contacted every 60 seconds (this should likely be a config variable for next update) and the updated block height value from the explorer is then used to validate against other nodes in the next series of tests. The block explorer integration is optional and the seeder still has the ability to hardcode the block height (using the config file) if you so choose. Feel free to clone or fork and build your own implementations on top of this. Again, it may certainly not be perfect, but I think it's a huge step in the right direction if I do say so myself. I hope you agree 😃
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