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  1. ie. what you MAKE, fiat-wise, will be MORE than your electricity cost, and hopefully the real estate (rackspace) cost and internet cost? Surely SOMEBODY has done these calculations here?? Will a Nvidia 3090 do it? 80? 70?
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  2. 'kay, so does this mean our Taxes our now calculated *auto*, then? Like, every time money comes into our account, it calculates 20% of that or whatever, and zaps it over to our government?? AUTO??
    2 points
  3. Got this to work for the most part. For some reason it sees the ledger when trying to add accounts in ledger live but then goes back to the connect a ledger device. It loads the app I want to add into live but then looses communication or something with the ledger. Anyone else run across this?
    2 points
  4. Kronos Mobile A mobile version of "Kronos" and a fork of Moonshine for iOS and Android that can send and receive Denarius (D), Bitcoin (BTC), and Litecoin (LTC) This is currently a WIP and I will be posting screenshots and updating this thread as it progresses. Styling is a work in progress as well as transaction history, otherwise receiving and sending D all works.
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  5. Well I guess that would depend on how much effort you feel you need to put in on mobile. I'm not much of a mobile user, and even less for something like running a node. wait...so if this is a fork of Moonshine it's not actually like kronos right, since kronos runs a node with full blockchain + the extra features? This would be more like a lite wallet? If that is the case that sounds just fine for mobile and if it works well I think it's fine for most people, no need to reinvent the wheel.
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  6. The only people behind my Ice Cream is one little ol' ice cream man, tiny little ME, and one coder HE has hired, who could basically be ANYONE - if HE, OTOH, is Baskin Robbins (ie. a giant corporation), and the coder has been paid 100000000000 Rupees to write the smart contract NOT TO GIVE ME A REFUND COME WHAT MAY, then what happens??
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  7. No hang on, there is no way for a guy who doesn't know coding what the smart contract is doing??? ie. there's no .NFO or readme.txt file or something like that - for which we'd have to take the programmer's own word for it ANYWAY, what the thing was DOING, but - no whatthiscontractdoes.txt generated BY the code auto, in some way? (yeah, I know, real Sophisticated Shit!). Sorry, what's "DYOR"?
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  8. ...function *I* had called from it? Surely you mean whatever function the guy who CODED it programmed it to do....??? ....and basically any moron can write these "contracts", and activate them? Is there any way to know what one of them is programmed to do BEFORE you interact with it in any way? In a VERIFIABLE way? ...cause anything else is just a RECIPE for trouble...!
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  9. I ordered the same. I'll let you know how it runs. Carsen and I were just talking about much better MacOS runs over the resource intensive Windows OS. I can barely do anything in VS with only 8GB of RAM on Windows but Carsen says that's plenty for a MacBook so I'm really looking forward to seeing that performance difference.
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  10. So I just wanted to post some random thoughts about the new upcoming Apple Macbook Air, Macbook Pro, and Mac Mini with the new Apple M1 Chips and development around them. Denarius (D) is written in C and C++ and is currently able to compile on ARMv7 (ARM64) chips on the Raspberry Pi 4s and other devices. -Workflow to port to Apple's M1 -> Nothing, Denarius should compile just fine on the new M1 ARMv8 chips comparing to previous compiles on the ARMv7 chips on currently available ARM SoCs Kronos is written in Javascript/NodeJS/Electron and is currently able to com
    2 points
  11. Curious to see how Rosetta works with the x86 compiled wallet and compare that to the native ARM version. Also what wild combinations can be done with docker on this. If M1 is as fast as they say can I then build an ARM OS really fast, say the Raspberry OS instead of doing that on a pi4 or an emulated Pi? Apple may be opening a lot of doors for the ARM community.
    2 points
  12. OK, so - in the case of smart contracts, ie. where one is involved, I send the money to the smart contract, which then runs software which does whatever, and then maybe decides to send it BACK to me, as in my (dratted! :) ) ice-cream example above? I don't send it to a guy?
    2 points
  13. No. Typically a wallet platform that most use like Coinbase for example or Cash app have tax document export features to make it easy for you to import into something like TurboTax etc. Cryptocurrency is yours and yours only when it comes down to it, you do not have to pay tax on crypto you own or hodl. You are your own bank, your financial institution etc. by owning cryptocurrency. Everything is your sole personal responsibility, security, taxes, etc. Typically for most areas you only have to pay tax on actual trades if any are done. Taxes though are entirely dependent upon the jurisdict
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  14. Something I left out on my response, which is my favorite reason to mine. You basically have either a solo mined coin that no one has touched before, or you are being paid by a pool and basically the 2nd person to touch the coin. In a way this is as anonymous as you will get with your cryptocurrency. So there is some extra value depending on how you perceive that.
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  15. Yes any modern graphics card really, as far as profitability, it doesn't really profitable unless you are investing $xx,xxx+ into a mining operation. Mining is really at this point starting to somewhat phase out for the smaller miners, big chinese monopolies have been dominating the mining industry for years now (Bitmain) on the Bitcoin side of things. Ethereum is somewhat viable with cards like a 2080/3080/3090 etc. and random PoW hitters or like coins like Denarius that may not be profitable to mine currently but can be good ways to accumulate coins. A lot of coins now and a lot of
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  16. Typically does not work like that. Rare occasions it happens for brief periods of time. Almost the entire concept is you are hoping whatever you are mining goes up in price in one form or another. A lot of larger mining farms are operating at nearly breakeven, and some popular ones are selling their mined coins on the spot to pay for power and upkeep. The whole breakdown is a tough one. First would you mine with 1 or 2 gpu's on an already built gaming PC? Or would you start off with a 6-7 GPU rig? Then you start breaking it all down from there. Consider it an expensive hobby until you can figu
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  17. This is bizarre. A monolith found randomly in Utah? https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/mysterious-metal-monolith-discovered-remote-area-utah-desert
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  18. Currently looking for a version of NodeJS compiled natively on Apple M1 (Apple Silicon) aka ARMv8 for macOS Seems all current and past NodeJS builds including current nightlies do not contain any Darwin ARM binaries yet. I may attempt to compile v12.18.3 for Darwin ARM if no release soon...Read below for updates....NodeJS v15 compiled successfully on macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 - Kernel 20.1.0 - Darwin ARM64 M1 Chip
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  19. You can use my modified repository of OpenSSL v1.0.1j made to work with compiling on the M1 chip from Apple. Some may ask why would you want the old version of OpenSSL? Some applications are dependent upon it, but only do this if you know what you are doing. Repo: https://github.com/carsenk/openssl10-darwin-arm git clone https://github.com/carsenk/openssl10-darwin-arm cd openssl10-darwin-arm ./configure darwin64-arm64-cc no-asm make sudo make install sudo ln -sf /usr/local/ssl/bin/openssl `which openssl` You can then run openssl version to confirm you are running legacy
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  20. I should add that you do need Macports installed https://www.macports.org/install.php Run the command: sudo port install git curl openssl automake This will enable you to have deps installed to compile NodeJS, you also need Xcode 12.2 fully setup and command line tools installed.
    1 point
  21. How to get Ledger and Metamask running on QubesOS. A reference to all of this. https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Ledger_Hardware_Wallet The idea is to install chromium on a clean Debian, I like to clone an original templatevm so clone debian-10 to debian-10-crypto go to debian-10-crypto terminal sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt chromium then we want to edit a rules file sudo adduser user plugdev sudo nano /etc/udev/rules.d/20-hw1.rules and paste this in SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ATTRS{idVendor}=="2581", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1b7c", MODE="0660", OWNER="user", GRO
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  22. Apple's new M1 chip was unveiled today... What are your thoughts on it? I personally was expecting more physical changes like touchscreen etc. Anyone know of the benchmarks for the new Apple M1 GPU?
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  23. I can't get the service to run on some vps's for some reason, so testing out a reboot cronjob. @reboot /usr/bin/screen -dmS ipfs /usr/local/bin/ipfs daemon --enable-namesys-pubsub
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  24. Setup a new domain and needed to enable this under SSL/TLS -> Edge Certificates -> Disable Universal SSL reference: https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200170566-Why-am-I-getting-a-SSL-mismatch-error-#h_122b94f3-ff14-4544-b5fa-8875e08ff5f0
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  25. Debating about continuing just forking Moonshine or just starting from scratch on something for mobile.........Hmmm....
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  26. Well then you are kinda SoL lol. Typically merchants that accept crypto provide some sort of refund method still, though cryptocurrency is volatile still so you may not receive back the same amount fiat value wise. There are many scam smart contracts out there and shitty dapps that ARE built almost just like that to just steal funds or rob you, so just be careful, hence the "DYOR". The ARI pool I posted for example is safe and verified safe. Mostly it is up to the merchant you are buying from say the Ice Cream man to obtain a refund or not, as they do not usually use smart contracts for simple
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  27. Well, sometimes the developer or company will put their smart contracts up on Github to read through the code including some form of a README.md. Etherscan is the ETH and token block explorer, which has the same code, it is just compiled/flattened essentially. So, typically, for someone super new to smart contracts it is a bit of a learning curve. Usually if you are not a developer (99% of people using smart contracts) they will look at other things involved with a project like the community, who is behind it, what is being developed etc. DYOR stands for Do your own research (A fa
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  28. Yes that is what I meant, the creator of the smart contract makes different functions for whatever the smart contract does, then as a user you are using a dapp that interfaces with those smart contract calls typically. You can verify contracts and see what they do with a little bit of reading, though it is heavily DYOR, for example since I used the ARI Pool Dapp example above, this is the contract for one of the pools inside of the dapp: https://etherscan.io/address/0x4747cA5474f3044e3F9d3b8dC237E9C9f3A8fc04#code <- Essentially all of the contracts code.
    1 point
  29. Always watch the forecast. Maybe should make a grafana for their stats. https://www.deagel.com/forecast
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  30. Yes, seems benchmarks so far coming out are looking good! M1 beats the current latest Intel Core i9 processor in their 16" Macbook Pros! I think the RAM optimization especially with the new M1 chip and unified memory will make for a insane amount of performance.
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  31. The idea is to run the blocknet daemon as your main wallet daemon (like a masternode), and have that setup to talk to your other wallet daemons. For example blocknet daemon will be setup with XBridge for the native Wallet to native Wallet atomic swaps. If someone wants to atomic swap between Block and Litecoin they will need a service node running the Block and Litecoin daemons. If someone wants to atomic swap between Litecoin and Denarius they will need a service node running Litecoin and Denarius daemons. Once finished you will be running a Block service node with XBridge and Enterprise XRou
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  32. The US is going to pull a rabbit out of their hat with this one. Borrow against Americans' savings to pay for lockdowns. Lockdowns I thought we already had that worked or didn't work. Can't remember anymore. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/biden-covid-19-adviser-floats-plan-to-pay-for-national-lockdown-lasting-up-to-six-weeks/ar-BB1aWSHt
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  33. You can disable (SIP) System Integrity Protection on macOS by doing the following: -Reboot into Recovery Mode by holding down CMD+R -Open Terminal -Type to disable SIP csrutil disable You can use the command below for status information of SIP csrutil status or csrutil enable to enable SIP again.
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  34. Over time and after they figure out how to secure everything, maybe they release the keys. Seems more like a public beta test to see if the public has any real interest in Bitcoin. At the moment the total cryptocurrency marketcap isn't even 1/3rd of Silver. Interest is tiny in this sector after 10+ years.
    1 point
  35. https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/bitcoin-ethereum-extend-gains-paypals-crypto-trading-service-goes-live-us With Paypal getting closer to full rollout of Bitcoin, should be interesting to see how this works. The zerohedge article mentions Paypal's agreement for the Bitlicense and New York Department of Financial Services doesn't allow the Bitcoin to leave the user's account. Also I see Venmo will push cryptocurrencies as well? I am thinking Paypal Bitcoin becomes the fiat conduit into altcoins as this progresses over the years. Maybe over time as people realize Bitcoin is not used for nefa
    1 point
  36. Well Venmo is Paypal so I don't believe you will have access to your keys still, so kind of pointless, I mean how are they proving you own the said crypto in the first place?
    1 point
  37. Yes, Android Studio already works on Intel based Macs, but emulator wise running ARM emulators on x86 isnt as ideal as running ARM on ARM
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  38. Would Android Studio natively compile a program on a Mac now? For instance I was making apps for both stores, now I benefit from fast compiles for testing?
    1 point
  39. The Air is already sexy, but I guess have to wait for benchmarks to see how these all differ. Seems easy enough to get a Mini and then VNC or something into it from another laptop. Maybe until the 2nd or 3rd generation laptops with thinner bezels come out.
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  40. Yea I mean development within Android Studio and XCode for Android and iOS/iPadOS apps will be very seemless I would imagine compared to developing on an x86 based machine. It will be interesting to see, Microsoft is already making a Windows layer like Rosetta for Windows and ARM so I would think that will translate over to the Raspberry Pis at some point. Running the new M1 with macOS Big Sur the App Store is combined from iOS and macOS apps (can run both).
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  41. I was debating between the Macbook Air M1 or the Mac Mini M1.....Mac Mini kinda seems more viable for my purposes... The lack of eGPU support from the M1 chip though is a huge downside to 1st gen technology.
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  42. Ordered a Macbook Pro with 16gb ram and 512gb storage as soon as they said its for sale. I think Apple is going to knock this out of the park. Windows and Intel have become stagnant. Now its time for AMD Linux and Apple to make their push for some real competition.
    1 point
  43. Correct, typically when you are interacting with a smart contract you are sending small transactions with typically just data in them and a gas fee for said transaction to interact with the smart contract, once you interact with it, it will do whatever function you had called from it. So if the contract is setup to refund funds or send you something after interaction then it will. https://pool.ari.finance is an example of a smart contract (each pool is a smart contract that you can interact with)
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  44. reference: https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/ubuntu-snaps-inside-lxc-container-on-proxmox.36463/post-230060 To run snap denarius daemon in an proxmox lxc unprivileged container go to your container -> Options -> Features and checkmark Nesting & FUSE sudo apt update sudo apt install snapd sudo snap install denarius You will get an error on the first snap install denarius, run snap install denarius a 2nd time and it will install. sudo snap install denarius
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  45. Ubiquiti's new controller is confusing, but once the settings are found its more intuitive setting up a VLAN. To adjust the DHCP subnet, range and DNS settings go into the VLAN itself, disable Auto Scale Network and then DHCP Name Server to Manual.
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  46. The idea is to run your block service node daemons from its own VLAN subnet, then setup each daemon including the service node and enterprise xrouter from Proxmox lxc containers. The main network PC's can talk to things in the BLOCK network, but the things in the BLOCK network can't talk to anything outside of the VLAN. UDM Controller is constantly changing, this will vary as they continue releasing firmware updates to fix things. Go to Settings -> Networks -> Add a New Network Name: Block VLAN ID: 100 domain name: block I let the UDM controller handle the r
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  47. Old topic, but if anybody is still running acorns, you should be keeping the VRM T under 100
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  48. Had to ask in the FPGA discord for how to make this work. Download the linux driver from here http://www.squirrelsresearch.com/get-started-acorn/ https://download.squirrelsresearch.com/sqrldma.run.gz untar and run sudo ./sqrldma.run --noexec --target sqrldma_modified sudo nano sqrldma_modified/sqrldma/cdev_xvc.c ctrl+w to find mmiowb() and change this line to // mmiowb() now run in the sqrldma_modified folder sudo ./build-install-run.sh Then get the tribus miner https://discordapp.com/channels/439880012183896075/517996741761564684/613008385050411030 https://aco
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  49. Well this thread is still pinned and no updates since 2019, so here's a post! Currently there seem to be 2 active mining pools for Denarius, Mining.Cafe and Cryptogreek.cafe a 3rd was setting up ( letshash.online ), but they seem to have run into some issues anybody mining somewhere else?
    1 point
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