Peercoin (PPC) Mining Profitability Calculator CryptoRival

[Build Help] Need Help Building a Bitcoin/Dogecoin/Litecoin/Peercoin Mining Rig!

Hey there guys, so my friend and I are going to be building a coin mining rig. We have a 3k budget (SGD), and this is a build that I came up with:
http://pastebin.com/5aD4QRVN
Any suggestions on what I could change? We can afford 2 or 3 R9 280x's... will that be enough?
Thanks for your help!
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[POOL] COINMINERZ.COM MULTI ALGO – PROP – 1% FEE – NO REGISTRATION – ASICBOOST – AUTO HOURLY PAYMENTS OVER 0.1 - FRIENDLY SUPPORT – STRATUM & WEBSITE DOS PROTECTION

Hi welcome to the CoinMinerz.com Reddit post! Please find below information on our pool and its current offerings. We hope that you will join us and have a happy mining experience :) We are always looking to grow our mining community and welcome any feedback so we can improve our services for our miners. Happy to get coin addition requests and help out the wider crypto community where we can!
Features:
Multi Algo/Coin Pool – PROP Payment System – 1% Fee – No Registration – ASICBoost enabled on all SHA256 pools – Auto Hourly Payments over 0.1 - Friendly & Fast Support via email and Discord – Stratum & Website DOS Protection – Protected by Cloudflare – High difficulty Mining Rig Rentals & Nicehash friendly – Stats auto update across the site – Variable Difficulty Stratums – SSL – Dedicated Coin Pool Pages – Pool News & Updates page – Segregated stratum/web and payment services for each coin to minimize downtime – Payouts are in the currency being mined – Support legacy and new address types – Worker name support and dashboard for each wallet address to track workers.
Algorithms Supported:
SHA256 / Scrypt / X11 / Lyra2v3 / Equihash / ZHash / X16rv2

Coins Supported:
Auroracoin (AUR) – Scrypt (XX46)
Axe (AXE) – X11 (XX59)
Bitcoin (BTC) – SHA256 (XX33) – ASICBoost Enabled
BitcoinAtom (BCA) – SHA256 (XX54) – ASICBoost Enabled
BitcoinCash (BCA) – SHA256 (XX34) – ASICBoost Enabled
BitcoinGold (BTG) – Equihash 144,5/ZHASH (XX44)
BitcoinSV (BSV) – SHA256 (XX64) – ASICBoost Enabled
Cannabiscoin (CANN) – X11 (XX51)
Dash (DASH) – X11 (XX40)
Deutsche eMark (DEM) – SHA256 (XX39) – ASICBoost Enabled
Digibyte (DGB) – Scrypt (XX57)
Digibyte (DGB) –SHA256 (XX37) – ASICBoost Enabled
Dogecoin (DOGE) – Scrypt (XX63)
Einsteinium (EMC) – Scrypt (XX43)
EUNO – (EUNO) – X11 (XX58)
Flo – (FLO) – Scrypt (XX52)
GameCredits (GAME) – Scrypt (XX42)
Hanacoin (HANA) – Lyra2v3 (XX55)
Horizen (ZEN) – Equihash (XX60)
Litecoin (LTC) – Scrypt (XX35)
LitecoinCash (LCC) – SHA256 (XX49) – ASICBoost Enabled
LitecoinPlus (LCP) – Scrypt (XX38)
Mincoin (MNC) – Scrypt (XX53)
Peercoin (PEER) – SHA256 (XX36) – ASICBoost Enabled
Ravencoin (RVN) – X16rv2 (XX61)
Verge (XVG) – Scrypt (XX41)
Vertcoin (VTC) – Lyra2v3 (XX50)
ZCash (ZEC) – Equihash (XX56)

Stratum Addresses & Ports:
stratum+tcp://stratum.coinminerz.com:33XX – Normal mining rigs & GPU’s etc
stratum+tcp://stratum.coinminerz.com:35XX – Mining Rig Rentals / Nicehash etc

Example normal and cloud mining stratum connections for Litecoin:
stratum+tcp://stratum.coinminerz.com:3335
stratum+tcp://stratum.coinminerz.com:3535

Stratum Difficulties:
Scrypt 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.1 - 9999999 | Scrypt 35XX Port Vardiff = 500001 - 9999999
SHA256 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.1 - 9999999 | SHA256 35XX Port Vardiff = 500001 - 9999999
X11 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.1 - 9999999 | X11 35XX Port Vardiff = 32 - 9999999
Lyra2v3 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.1 - 9999999 | Lyra2v3 35XX Port Vardiff = 64 - 9999999
Equihash 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.01 - 9999999 | Equihash 35XX Port Vardiff = 65535 - 9999999
Zhash 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.01 - 9999999 | Zhash 35XX Port Vardiff = 1025 - 9999999
X16rv2 33XX Port Vardiff = 1 - 9999999 | X16rv2 35XX Port Vardiff = 9 - 9999999

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Cryptocurrency Mining History : Journey to PoC

Cryptocurrency just like any other technological development has given birth to many side industries and trends like ICO, white paper writing, and mining etc… just the cryptocurrency itself rises, falls and changes to adapt real life conditions, so does its side industries and trends. Today we are going to be focusing on mining. How it has risen, fell and adapted through the journey of cryptocurrency till date.
Without going into details crypto mining is the process by which new blocks are validated and added to the blockchain. It first took to main stream in January 2009 when the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto launched the bitcoin white paper within which he/she/they proposed the first mining consensus mechanism called proof of work (Pow).
The PoW consensus mechanism required that one should spend a certain amount of computational power to solve a cryptographic problem (nounce) in other to have the have the right to pack/verify the next block on the blockchain. In this mechanism, the more computational power one possesses the more rights they have over the packing of the next block. The quest for faster hardware has seen significant changes in the types of hard ware dominating the PoW mining community.
Back in 2009 when bitcoin first started a normal pc and its processing power worked just fine. In fact a pc with an i7 Intel processor could mine up to 50btc per day but back then it almost nothing since btc was only some few cents. When the difficulty of the network became significantly high, simple computer processing units could not match the competitiveness and so miners settled for something more powerful, the high end graphic processors (GPU). This is when the era of rigs began It was in 2010. People would combine GPUs together in mining rigs on a mother board usually in order of 6 per rig some miners operated farms containing many of these rigs. Of course with greater power came greater network difficulty and so the search for faster hard ware let to implementation of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) in June 2012. A further search for faster, less consuming and cheaper hard ware let us to where we are today. In the year 2013, Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC) miners were introduced. One ASIC miner processes 1500H/s which is 100 times processing power of CPU and GPU. But all this speed and efficiency achievements brought about another problem one which touches the core of cryptocurrency itself. The idea of decentralization was gradually fading away as wealthy and big companies are the once who could afford and build the miners therefore centralizing mining around the rich, there was a called for ASIC resistant consensus mechanism.
A movement for ASIC resistant PoW algorithms began the idea is to make ASIC mining impossible or at least make it such that using ASIC doesn’t give a miner any additional advantage as to using CPU . In 2013 the MONERO the famous privacy coin proposed CryptoNight an ASIC resistant PoW consensus at least that is how they intended it to be. But things have proven much more difficult in practice than they had anticipated as ASIC producers keep matching up to every barrier put in place the PoW designers at a rate faster than it takes to build these barriers. MONERO for example has to fork every now and then in other to keep the CryptoNight ASIC resistant a trick which is still not working as reported by their CEO “We [also] saw that this was very unsustainable. … It takes a lot to keep [hard forking] again and again for one. For two, it may decentralize mining but it centralizes in another area. It centralizes on the developers because now there’s a lot of trust in developers to keep hard forking.” Another PoW ASIC resistance algorithm is the RamdonX and there are many others but could quickly imagine that the barriers to ASIC mining in these ASIC resistance algorithm would eventually be broken by the ASIC miners and so a total shift from PoW mining to other consensus mechanisms which are ASIC resistance from core were proposed some of which are in use today.
Entered the Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. PoS was first introduced in 2013 by the PeerCoin team. Here, a validator’s right to mine is proportionate to his/heit economic value in the network simple put the more amounts of coins you have the more mining rights you get. Apart from PeerCoin, NEO and LISK also use POS and soon to follow is EThereum. There are different variations to PoS including but not limited to delegated proof of stake DPoS, masternode proof of stake MPoS each of which seek to improve on something in the POS. This is a very good ASIC resistance consensus mechanism but it still doesn’t solves the centralization problem as the rich always have the power to more coins and have more mining rights plus it is also expensive to start. And then we have gotten many other proposals to combat this among which are Proof of Weight (PoW) and Proof of Capacity (PoC). We take more interest in PoC it is the latest and gives the best solution to all our mining challenges consensus as of now.
Proof of Capacity was first was described 2013 in the Proofs of Space paper by Dziembowski, Faust, Kolmogorov and Pietrzak and it is now being used in Burst. The main factor that separates all the mining mechanisms is the resource used. These resources which miners spend in other to have mining rights is a measure of ensuring that one has expense a none-trivial amount of effort in making a statement. The resource being spent in PoC is disk space. This is less expensive since many people already have some unused space lying around and space is a cheap resource in the field of tech. it has no discrimination over topography… it really solves lots of centralized problems present in all most other consensus. If the future is now then one could say the future of crypto mining is PoC.
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Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20190929(Market index 33 — Fear state)

Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20190929(Market index 33 — Fear state)

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Venezuelan Central Bank Accused Of Laundering Bitcoin Obtained With Seized Mining Rigs Venezuela’s central bank is being accused of laundering BTC and ether obtained from seized mining rigs. Recently, Purse.io’s head of support Eduardo Gomez took to Twitter to shed light on the illegal practice. Gomez said the Venezuelan government has been illegally seizing mining rigs to obtain Bitcoin and Ethereum. However, the government is caught in a situation with no clear outlet to unload the coins. Gomez continued, explaining that the central bank will be used to launder the funds.
The Congress Of The Republic Of Peru Shows Interest In Blockchain Technology On Sept. 23, Congressman Francesco Petrozzi, president of the Science, Innovation and Technology Commission in Peru, spoke with Marco Esparza Montejo, the COO of Blockchain Life Solutions, about the potential of blockchain technology and the fourth industrial revolution applied in everyday reality. Esparza proposed the creation of an equivalent Blockchain Supervision at the Congress that would trace bad practices, propose funds to develop initiatives, put them in value and produce associated regulatory frameworks, among other things. He also proposed introducing digital training at schools, which includes not only learning to program but also seeing how it impacts on life.
Central Bank Of Brazil Wants To Use Blockchain Technology Starting In 2020 On Sept 24, Cointelegraph Brasil reported that the central bank of Brazil has decided to move away from its current payment system (Ted and Doc), which it considers slow and expensive. The new blockchain-based instant payment system should be launched by November 2020. The central bank hopes to connect more than 120 regulator-registered financial institutions and assure the availability of funds to the final beneficiary in real time, 24/7.
JPMorgan Says ICE Debuts; Positions’ Shakeout Likely Tanked Bitcoin Bitcoin’s 20% drop earlier this week was likely fueled by the effect of Intercontinental Exchange Inc.’s new futures contracts and an unwinding of long positions, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. Though the strategists led by Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou were quick to point out that the introduction of physically delivered futures was a further step to maturity for the market, they said it probably depressed prices. Numerous crypto-market watchers have cited lower-than-expected volumes for the ICE futures contract as a likely contributor to this week’s drop. Other suggestions included concern about difficulty getting U.S. approval for Bitcoin-related exchange-traded funds and pressure around technical levels.

Encrypted project calendar(September 29, 2019)

GAME/GameCredits: GameCredits (GAME) is expected to perform hard forks on September 29th at block height 2519999

Encrypted project calendar(September 30, 2019)

INS/Insolar: Insolar (INS) will be on September 30th ERD/Elrond: Elrond (ERD) will conduct main network test on September 30th NULS/NULS: The NULS team will plan to beta the ChainBOX in the third quarter. CS/Credits: Credits (CS) will exchange tokens and bug rewards in the third quarter QTUM/Qtum: Quantum Chain (QTUM) is expected to complete lightning network beta in the third quarter XEM/NEM: New World Bank (XEM) will release mobile wallet and computer wallet in the third quarter HC/HyperCash: hypercash (HC) will complete community management agreement in the third quarter

Encrypted project calendar(October 01, 2019)

HT/Huobi Token: The financial base public link jointly created by Firecoin and Nervos is expected to be open source in October. RVN/Ravencoin: Ravencoin (RVN) Ravencoin will perform a hard fork on October 1. SHND/StrongHands: StrongHands (SHND) SHND 1000: The 1st currency exchange event will be held on October 1. ADA/Cardano: Cardano (ADA) plans to hold technical consensus meeting in Amsterdam on October 1st XRC/Bitcoin Rhodium: Bitcoin Rhodium (XRC) will record account balance awards on October 1st PPC/Peercoin: Peercoin (PPC) will perform Peercoin v0.8 (code tang lang) hard fork on October 1st

Encrypted project calendar(October 02, 2019)

BNB/Binance Coin: The 2019 DELTA Summit will be held in Malta from October 2nd to 4th. The DELTA Summit is Malta’s official blockchain and digital innovation campaign. BTC/Bitcoin: The B.Tokyo 2019 conference will be held in Tokyo from October 2nd to 3rd. CAPP/Cappasity: The Cappasity (CAPP) London Science and Technology Festival will be held from October 2nd to 3rd, when the Cappasity project will be attended by the Science and Technology Festival.

Encrypted project calendar(October 03, 2019)

ETC/Ethereum Classic: The 2019 Ether Classic (ETC) Summit will be held in Vancouver on October 3–4 ANT/Aragon: Aragon (ANT) is the AGP for the new mandatory community review period, with a deadline of October 3.

Encrypted project calendar(October 04, 2019)

KNC/Kyber Network: Kyber Network (KNC) will update the maxGasPrice parameter in the Kyber Network contract from 100 gwei to 50 gwei within 2 weeks after October 4.

Encrypted project calendar(October 05, 2019)

Ontology (ONT): Ony Ji will attend the blockchain event in Japan on October 5th and explain the practical application based on the ontology network.

Encrypted project calendar(October 06, 2019)

SPND/ Spendcoin: Spendcoin (SPND) will be online on October 6th

Encrypted project calendar(October 07, 2019)

GNO/Gnosis: Gnosis (GNO) will discuss the topic “Decentralized Trading Agreement Based on Ethereum” will be held in Osaka, Japan on October 7th. Kyber and Uniswap, Gnosis and Loopring will attend and give speeches.

Encrypted project calendar(October 08, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2nd Global Digital Mining Summit will be held in Frankfurt, Germany from October 8th to 10th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 09, 2019)

CENNZ/Centrality: Centrality (CENNZ) will meet in InsurTechNZ Connect — Insurance and Blockchain on October 9th in Auckland.

Encrypted project calendar(October 10, 2019)

INB/Insight Chain: The Insight Chain (INB) INB public blockchain main network will be launched on October 10. VET/Vechain: VeChain (VET) will attend the BLOCKWALKS Blockchain Europe Conference on October 10. CAPP/Cappasity: Cappasity (CAPP) Cappasity will be present at the Osaka Global Innovation Forum in Osaka (October 10–11).

Encrypted project calendar(October 11, 2019)

OKB/OKB: OKB (OKB) OKEx series of talks will be held in Istanbul on October 11th to discuss “the rise of the Turkish blockchain.”

Encrypted project calendar(October 12, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2019 Global Mining Leaders Summit will be held in Chengdu, China from October 12th to 14th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 14, 2019)

BCH/Bitcoin Cash: The ChainPoint 19 conference will be held in Armenia from October 14th to 15th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 15, 2019)

RUFF/RUFF Token: Ruff will end the three-month early bird program on October 15th KAT/Kambria: Kambria (KAT) exchanges ERC20 KAT for a 10% bonus on BEP2 KAT-7BB, and the token exchange reward will end on October 15. BTC/Bitcoin: The Blockchain Technology Investment Summit (CIS) will be held in Los Angeles from October 15th to 16th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 16, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2019 Blockchain Life Summit will be held in Moscow, Russia from October 16th to 17th. MIOTA/IOTA: IOTA (MIOTA) IOTA will host a community event on the theme of “Technology Problem Solving and Testing IoT Devices” at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles on October 16. ETH/Ethereum: Ethereum launches Istanbul (Istanbul) main network upgrade, this main network upgrade involves 6 code upgrades. QTUM/Qtum: Qtum (QTUM) Qtum main network hard fork is scheduled for October 16.

Encrypted project calendar(October 18, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The SEC will give a pass on the VanEck/SolidX ETF on October 18th and make a final decision HB/HeartBout: HeartBout (HB) will officially release the Android version of the HeartBout app on October 18.

The BTC continued to shake yesterday and is still hovering around $8,200. In the past 24 hours, the net inflows of BTC funds exceeded $30 million, and the market inflows increased slightly. BTC tried again in the early morning to test the resistance of $8,400, but failed. Now it has withdrawn to the vicinity of $8,200. Looking at the 4-hour line, the rebound of BTC can weaken gradually. In the short term, it is difficult to have enough strength to break through upwards, and there may be further callbacks. The lower support level focuses on the $8,000 threshold first, and when it breaks through the support, it needs to be aware of the vicinity of $7,500. Operational aspects, back to $8400 can consider the deployment of an appropriate amount of empty orders, the spot side is not blindly operated for the time being, the heavier proposal to reduce the warehouse to less than 50% waiting for more suitable access opportunities.
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Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20190925(Market index 15 — Extreme Fear state)

Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20190925(Market index 15 — Extreme Fear state)

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Daimler Carries Out First Transaction On Marco Polo Blockchain Trade Network Automaker Daimler has carried out its first transaction on the blockchain-based Marco Polo trade finance network. The pilot commercial trade transaction saw the firm — which owns Mercedes-Benz among other brands — process the data required to exchange payments with engineering firm and parts builder Dürr, according to a press release sent to CoinDesk on Wednesday (Sept 25). German bank Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) was also involved in the trade.
Monero Protocol Upgrade Is Scheduled On November 30 According to AMBCrypto, Monero has caught the attention of the crypto-community for its upgrade towards the end of the year. The protocol upgrade will be carried out to improve Monero’s existing offerings. This upgrade will include freezing of code, which means that no further changes can be done from the developers’ end. There will be a network upgrade too. In order to enjoy the latest features after the update, users will be required to upgrade their systems to CLI v0.15 or GUI v0.15. Along with these minor upgrades, there is a significant number of major changes. A tentative schedule for the proposed upgrade was decided to take effect on 30 November.
SEC Officials Would Consider To Creating Some Safe Harbour For Cryptos In a congress hearing on Sept 24 with SEC, a representative for North Carolina Patrick McHenry asked SEC chairman Clayton if he believes Libra is security. Clayton said that he was not prepared to make a decision. “We have to see how different assets function, to decide whether they would be a security, a commodity or a currency. But if what you are doing is using a digital asset to raise capital for a project with the idea that you are going to get a return as a result of investing in that project, sounds like security.” Mr.McHenry also expressed concerns that “too onerous regulation would drive off innovation from the US and the upside potential for investors.” SEC Commissioner Peirce thinks the SEC still has work to do to make sure that people can develop digital assets in the US in compliance with the SEC rules. “I would like to see us be a little bit more forward-thinking in ways that we might accommodate unique aspects of digital assets. For example, as digital assets that are utility tokens, I don’t know that the securities law framework that we have right now is an appropriate framework for them and so I’d like to see us think about creating some kind of a safe harbour,” said Peirce. Peirce stressed the idea is to allow is their current law for that SEC to write rigs around them and SEC has the authority that could allow the regulators to do that.

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Encrypted project calendar(September 25, 2019)

MIOTA/IOTA: IOTA (MIOTA) IOTA will host a community event on September 25th at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles on the theme of “Building Your Own IoT.” Quant (QNT): The Quant project will participate in a marketing conference in London from September 25th to 26th, which will focus on data technology.

Encrypted project calendar(September 26, 2019)

ADA/Cardano: The Cardano (ADA) Cardano community will host a party in Washington, DC on September 26.

Encrypted project calendar(September 27, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: Cripto Latin Fest will be held in Cordoba, Argentina from September 27th to 29th. Switcheo (SWTH): After a one-year token exchange process, the project team will officially end the SWH→SWTH token exchange process on September 27.

Encrypted project calendar(September 28, 2019)

ADA/Cardano: Cardano (ADA) Cardano (ADA) 2nd Anniversary, Cardinal Foundation, IOHK and EMURGO main members will participate in community celebrations in Plovdiv, Bulgaria on September 28. TOP Network (TOP): The TOP Network team will hold a hackathon in Prague, Czech Republic from September 28th to 29th. Horizen (ZEN): Horizen project BD Rep Vano Narimandize will discuss the current status and development of sidechain technology at the Industry 4.0 Blockchain Summit on September 28.

Encrypted project calendar(September 29, 2019)

GAME/GameCredits: GameCredits (GAME) is expected to perform hard forks on September 29th at block height 2519999

Encrypted project calendar(September 30, 2019)

INS/Insolar: Insolar (INS) will be on September 30th ERD/Elrond: Elrond (ERD) will conduct main network test on September 30th NULS/NULS: The NULS team will plan to beta the ChainBOX in the third quarter. CS/Credits: Credits (CS) will exchange tokens and bug rewards in the third quarter QTUM/Qtum: Quantum Chain (QTUM) is expected to complete lightning network beta in the third quarter XEM/NEM: New World Bank (XEM) will release mobile wallet and computer wallet in the third quarter HC/HyperCash: hypercash (HC) will complete community management agreement in the third quarter

Encrypted project calendar(October 01, 2019)

HT/Huobi Token: The financial base public link jointly created by Firecoin and Nervos is expected to be open source in October. RVN/Ravencoin: Ravencoin (RVN) Ravencoin will perform a hard fork on October 1. ADA/Cardano: Cardano (ADA) plans to hold technical consensus meeting in Amsterdam on October 1st XRC/Bitcoin Rhodium: Bitcoin Rhodium (XRC) will record account balance awards on October 1st PPC/Peercoin: Peercoin (PPC) will perform Peercoin v0.8 (code tang lang) hard fork on October 1st

Encrypted project calendar(October 02, 2019)

BNB/Binance Coin: The 2019 DELTA Summit will be held in Malta from October 2nd to 4th. The DELTA Summit is Malta’s official blockchain and digital innovation campaign. CAPP/Cappasity: The Cappasity (CAPP) London Science and Technology Festival will be held from October 2nd to 3rd, when the Cappasity project will be attended by the Science and Technology Festival.

Encrypted project calendar(October 03, 2019)

ETC/Ethereum Classic: The 2019 Ether Classic (ETC) Summit will be held in Vancouver on October 3–4

Encrypted project calendar(October 05, 2019)

Ontology (ONT): Ony Ji will attend the blockchain event in Japan on October 5th and explain the practical application based on the ontology network.

Encrypted project calendar(October 06, 2019)

SPND/ Spendcoin: Spendcoin (SPND) will be online on October 6th

Encrypted project calendar(October 07, 2019)

GNO/Gnosis: Gnosis (GNO) will discuss the topic “Decentralized Trading Agreement Based on Ethereum” will be held in Osaka, Japan on October 7th. Kyber and Uniswap, Gnosis and Loopring will attend and give speeches.

Encrypted project calendar(October 08, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2nd Global Digital Mining Summit will be held in Frankfurt, Germany from October 8th to 10th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 09, 2019)

CENNZ/Centrality: Centrality (CENNZ) will meet in InsurTechNZ Connect — Insurance and Blockchain on October 9th in Auckland.

Encrypted project calendar(October 10, 2019)

INB/Insight Chain: The Insight Chain (INB) INB public blockchain main network will be launched on October 10. VET/Vechain: VeChain (VET) will attend the BLOCKWALKS Blockchain Europe Conference on October 10. CAPP/Cappasity: Cappasity (CAPP) Cappasity will be present at the Osaka Global Innovation Forum in Osaka (October 10–11).

Encrypted project calendar(October 11, 2019)

OKB/OKB: OKB (OKB) OKEx series of talks will be held in Istanbul on October 11th to discuss “the rise of the Turkish blockchain.”

Yesterday, we saw a breakdown in bitcoin below the $10,000 support area against the US Dollar. The price remained in a bearish zone and broke many supports near $9,800 and $9,500. Moreover, there was a break below the $9,000 support and the 100 hourly simple moving average. Finally, the price traded close to the $8,000 level and registered a nasty decline. A low was formed near $8,055 and the price is currently correcting higher.
There was a break above the $8,250 and $8,400 levels. Moreover, the price traded above the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the recent decline from the $9,779 high to $8,055 low. However, the $8,750 level is acting as a strong resistance. The next resistance is near the $8,920 level. It coincides with the 50% Fib retracement level of the recent decline from the $9,779 high to $8,055 low.
If there is an upside break above $9,000, the price could recover towards the $9,400 and $9,500 resistance levels. Additionally, there is a crucial bearish trend line forming with resistance near $9,500 on the hourly chart of the BTC/USD pair. An intermediate resistance is near $9,120 and the 61.8% Fib retracement level of the recent decline from the $9,779 high to $8,055 low.
On the other hand, if the price continues to struggle near $8,750 and $9,000, it could resume its decline. An immediate support is near the $8,400 level, below which it could test $8,250. If the bears remain in action, there is a chances of a break below $8,000. The next major support is near the $7,500 level.
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Tell me why I'm wrong: Bitcoin mining

So, I've been looking into investing in a Bitcoin mining rig. I can get one plus an appropriate power source for a little under $2000. My math is as follows:
Planning on mining Peercoin as part of this pool, which using these statistics my math shows that I'd be making about $13/day income (their usd/day divided by their h/s multiplied by my h/s, using the data from the table on the right), minus power costs of about $3.10, so a little under $10/day profit. Using $2000 as my investment amount, I figure I could break even after about 200 days, or just under 7 months, and everything after that would be profit.
Am I wrong? Am I missing something important here? This looks like it'd be a good investment, but everywhere I look says it's a bad idea but can't explain to me why.
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Staking, hedge against sideways market

Hi All, Recently I’ve been looking for a better methodology to preserving a bit more capital when Bitcoin falls. At first, I’d look for coins with less volume with the premise that for the most part they’d decrease less than .17 cent coin on Bittrex. I’ve found that staking is an alternative option to hedge against the market, making me personally feel better about the psychology around short term losses and the ultimate panic sell. I came across a staking website, fairly new but reputable amongst the community that specializes in POS coins. They don't have Peercoin, but have many others. If you’re unfamiliar with staking, “Staking is the process of proving ownership of your coins, and gaining interest on your wallet balance. Staking is very straightforward and can be done by anyone with a wallet. You will not gain any advantage by staking on a mining rig, over someone staking on a regular desktop computer.” There are some limits to staking such as the code of the individual coin, price, staking rate, but most of all quantity. Like much of mining, the earlier you hoped on board the better. You’re able to accelerate this factor using CryptoUnited which pools your coins with other holders, paying out a faster initial stake and more coins. This has been great for me so far. It comes down to 1% every day or so, which compounds if the price increases. If you’re like me, and enjoy some type of cushion in a sideways market, it may be a good idea to check out CryptpUnited. If you like the site, feel free to give me a referral. Happy Staking!
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Bought a new Mac Pro, Getting into mining peer coins, think you can help?

Hey people, i bought a new Mac Pro, here are the specs on it.
http://support.apple.com/kb/SP652 (I have the quad core mac pro)
Ok so what i need help with is..... How in the holy world of technology do i start mining? I've done quite a few hours of research and after being discouraged from mining lite coins because it was so complicated and hard to configure(Im a noob), i did some research and basically i would like someone to please help me out and tell what i have to do from the very first step, to last step which is actually mining!
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A plea for sanity

Hello everyone, I just wanted to mention this on a post. I get lots of dislikes whenever I mention the multipool and its bullshit. The fast mining phase/multipool model is exactly what made this coin famous. People who ignore it and try to rebrand Blackcoin as the eco-friendly coin are only hurting the community in the process. Peercoin was the original eco coin and if there is to be PR for the coin the reason the coin rose in the first place MUST be mentioned.
Its like saying this to the miners: "Hey miners thanks for everything, now go away"
People who think this coin rose for any other reason are dead wrong. I invested in this coin months ago exactly because of the POS+multipool. We should support miners who gave up their rigs, thank them, encourage them to continue, get more miners, and do PR. We should thank investors who supported the coin BECAUSE of the multipool+pos model. We should realize that many of those investors will sell once the hashrate drops further and Blackcoin will be the next aurora. Consumers care about the environment in a sense but they care way more about money. They care a bazillion times more about money actually. Bitcoin is a technology that can make the world a better place and the alone is alturistic enough. If MIT students know that the coin takes value out of Bitcoin they will seriously love it. IF they think its a wishy washy coin with fast transactions and proof of stake it only takes a single google search to see that any coin can do 10 second transaction times and peercoin was the original proof of stake. Please please please try to focus more on the miners. If people realize that if the hashrate goes up 10X then this coin can threaten Bitcoin, way more people will flock to it. IT will really be a Black Hole. One last point. If we mention eco-friendly in addition to the multipool thats great but I have been getting dislikes and the feeling that the community is totally ignoring it. I said it once and will say it again. Dont throw the baby out with the bathwater.
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The Android Effect: A Possible Future of Cryptocurrency (long read)

Hello /cryptocurrency! I'm a miner, collector, and purveyor of fine Bitcoins and Altcoins, and I am fascinated with the concept of cryptocurrency as the next wave of world enlightenment.
You ever have one of those moments in the shower where everything becomes clear in one "A-HA!" moment? This is one of those for me.
I've been running a number of different things in my head because I believe, with the right set of circumstances, we're sitting on the cusp of cryptocurrency becoming an everyday household world.
But, we're not there yet. First, a brief history, and then where we need to go next.
1. Being the first to market, Bitcoin emulates current currency standards
Keep in mind, this is not a slight against BTC. This is merely an observation on my part.
Cryptocurrency was created with the idea that the central banking systems were flawed. It gave a small number of people a majority of control over the money, and whoever controls the money controls the world. When Satoshi created the Bitcoin concept (and the blockchain), he envisioned a free and open marketplace where no one bank controlled everything.
Problem is, that same behavior was emulated in the early adopters. A very small amount of people own more than half of the Bitcoins in circulation.. Given the opportunity, those people jumped on the chance to be the controlling interest. This scarcity drove up the price, and (combined with some mainstream press) made it impossible for the average joe to mine (further increasing scarcity). Which leads to...
2. Alternative Coins
The creation of other currencies allowed the developers to fix the "flaws" in the system (high-powered mining rigs, algorithm changes, etc). Litecoin, Dogecoin, Peercoin, Namecoin... all of these came from a desire to be a part of the crypto cause, without the steep barrier to entry that Bitcoin had created. And this was good: competition, as is the case in most other scenarios, means that the user has options. This is leading to a very interesting scenario: community currencies. Certain groups of people tend to gravitate toward similar ideals. Thought leaders in one group will champion one coin over another. This leads to a segmented group of currencies accepted by certain groups (not unlike the world currencies we have now - the only difference being socio-economical instead of geographical).
Which leads us to an upcoming problem: Cryptocurrency is experiencing what people call...
3. The Android Effect
Anyone familiar with the mobile phone tech scene knows what this means. Android, not unlike cryptocurrency, is gives you the ability to morph the mobile operating system into something that you have control over (you can style it how you want, with what apps and widgets you want). With this comes the idea of "segmentation" - different carriers having different versions of the same operating system. This may sound good in theory, but it means that developers have to create apps for 4 or 5 "flavors" of android instead of one unifying system.
Cryptocurrency is in this same state at the moment. To paraphrase what I mentioned above, different communities are accepting different coins (formed mostly around said coins, but that could change as time goes forward) which segments the cryptocurrency ideal, making it hard for the mainstream to accept.
It's hard enough to get a person to accept (for example) just Bitcoins. To throw in Litecoins, Namecoins, Dogecoins... it's a lot of work that creates a barrier to entry.
The wrong solution
The obvious solution would be to pick a coin standard, but that goes against the entire ideal that cryptocurrency represents. The joy of this is that you do get the freedom to choose your flavor, and to belong to that community.
And that brings me to the crux of this article. An idea I had in the shower that (I think) may help to turn cryptocurrency into what it truly is: a revolution.
The (IMO) Right Solution
Instead of a single unifying currency, we need a way to allow the segments to exist co-habitually, but still allow merchants and individuals to accept only the coins they choose to.
And that way, in my opinion, puts that power in the hands of the people it belongs to: the user.
We need an app that will work for multiple cryptocurrencies simultaneously.
Think about it: your wallet (you know, that thing in your back pocket) more than likely contains more than just cash. You have credit cards, cash, gift cards - in short, you have multiple types of currency. If you want to buy Dunkin Donuts coffee, you see if you still have a gift card. If not, you buy it with cash or credit.
Why can't crypto wallets work the same way?
We need a system that will convert cryptocurrency on-the-fly to the recipients choice of currency. A business only takes Bitcoins, but all you have is Litecoins? No problem: the app converts for you on the fly through an exchange service. Want to tip someone in dogecoins, but you only have Litecoins? Conversion, sending, done.
This allows people to keep the currency they love, and are connected to, and still join the cryptocurrency movement in whole by creating order between the various currencies.
I'm not a back-end coder guy. My forte is design and user experience, but if you're out there building something like this right now, I'll help you however I can.
I strongly believe, after months of watching, participating, and analyzing the community, that this is the most natural next steps.
And what of Android, of whom this effect is named after? They've started a bit of a unification process. For them, it's taking the various "base apps" and spinning them off to their own separate apps. This gives the user complete control over their own phone - the whole point of Android.

Whew! OK, so I'm tired after typing this. I'd love to hear your commentary, and (if I'm wrong) I'd love to know what your solution is.
We're all in this for the same reasons, whether you're Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, or whatever... I think that this idea is worth exploring, so we can all enjoy the currency we hold and love.
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Welche SHA-256 Coins lohnen sich - Mining

Hallo in die Runde,
Heute müsst ihr bitte mal ein wenig über den Tellerrand hinausschauen. ich stehe vor einem Problem bei dem ich gerne euren Input hätte.
Leider kann ich aufgrund fehlender Hardware keine Scryptcoins (Dogecoin) minen und bin auch nicht gewillt ein Mining Rig zu bauen. Mich schreckt der Gedanke ab, Tag für Tag einen Miner laufen zu lassen, der eine Leistungsaufnahme im dreistelligen Bereich hat.
Aus diesem Grund habe ich mir zwei SHA-256 Sticks besorgt, die lediglich jeweils ca. 2W haben und zusammen in meiner Konfiguration ca. 3,2 - 4 GH/s leisten können.
Ich möchte einen Coin minen, der auf den gängigen Börsenplattformen anschließend in Dogecoins getauscht werden kann.
Bitcoins scheiden eigentlich aus, da man diese mit der Ausstattung nicht sinnvoll minen kann. Interessant ist der Auroracoin (interessante Geschichte für Leute die es interessiert), der allerdings Ende März aller Voraussicht nach dramatatisch abstürzen wird (nachdem er schon die letzten Tage von ca. 80$ auf 20$ gefallen ist).
Aktuell scheint für mich der Peercoin am sinnvollsten, weil er eine relativ große Verbreitung hat. Mir ist bewusst, das es schwer ist profitabel zu minen. Die Investition (,die bei ASIC Sticks bei ein wenig Recherche allerdings wirklich klein ist), fällt für mich aber, im Gegensatz zu den Preisen für Scrypt-Mining-Hardware, kaum ins Gewicht.
Hab ihr noch Tipps für mich? Welcher SHA-Coin hat für euch Potenzial?
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Should we stop supporting/creating new proof of work coins?

From what i read so far, proof of stake can work.. Afaict, the main issue for them is the cost of cold storage, as coins are basically mining units but need to be hot to do so.
Infact if they do, i think we should leave at proof of work-where the work has no ulterior use-* coins when possible.
Minimizing people hurt by coin exodus can be done with something like like the exodus adress in Mastercoin. See also proof of burn.(edit: i cant help but get disinterested by the text at length there, seems a bit too rantish to me!) If you can turn coin A into N(t) of coin B, A is at minimum worth that, and the connection can be removed by lowering N(t) exponentionally.(Being really late is going to be punished anyway, but you'd hear news when the two coins lock together anyway.) lazy, copied The cost of people with specific mining rigs cant be fixed, but it can be limited if the possibilty transfer is anounced long before.. (edit: note: likely just a few of the existing coins would get this treatment)
On the negative side, with such a transfer, any overconcentration of coin ownage will also be transferred.
* Been thinking of a scheme with 'proof of data serving' ming, which may be able to coexist with proof of stake. But i'd digress.
PS: really, i expect a lot from a new coin before taking it seriously, maybe i mentally underestimate the effort into implement it.
Edit: Some of them: (note, i kindah want moar features, haha)
Edit: note one thing i am looking for, well as far as i understand, there is 'interest' on coins effectively, but if the interest is in terms of winning a block, I worry that may be a bit too random event.(but need to research better)
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Which coins compete against each other? Is it ultimately a battle that will result in 1, 2 or 3 coins?

So, the way I look at it, there is not room for 20, 30, or 40 cryptocurrencies. It doesn't make sense that people would have that many wallets any more than it would make sense to have that many fiat currencies in your wallet. You'd have to go to a currency exchange every time unless you knew a specific place that accepted your preferred currency, whether it's /dogecoin or /worldcoin or /BBQcoin (i picked these at random from the sidebar, btw).
There seem to be several different groups that exist (while some of these are overlapping): improvements on bitcoin, improvements on litecoin, clones of either one, proof of stake vs proof of work, pre-mined, easily mined, etc. (by the way, it would be great if there were a chart denoting the differences). Some of these have real benefits, some are quirky, some have been successful, some haven't. There are debates going on and people involved with each one anxiously promote it in its respective subreddit, suggesting ideas to help with its public relations and adoption.
So, while it's great to have these coins with innovative features, each one arguably valuable in its own right for those features, some of them have to come out on top, right? It seems that lately, there is this idea that every coin should be nice to one another, but it's really passive aggressive. Some people hate on /dogecoin in their own subs, labeling it just a /litcoin with more coins available while /bitcoin is describe as elitist and not respecting /altcoins. Maybe all of this is justified if only a couple coins can remain.
And which will those be? It /bitcoin just serving as the stepping stone for everything else, OR will it be the imperfect coin that lasts because it was there first (IMO - it would severely hurt other cryptos, especially those not tradeable for fiat currency if it died, so I think we are stuck with it)? Likewise with /litecoin and /dogecoin. Will these 3 rule because they became media favorites so quickly? Or will a coin with something different like /peercoin win out with its proof of stake? Or a coin designed with a specific activity in mind, like /Devcoin the ethical cryptocurrency?
As my opinion here implies, I think it is a competition. I think /bitcoin needs to be around and rejecting it is a mistake for the community. I think /litecoin passed the tipping point in terms of price and /dogecoin hit the tipping point in terms of wide adoption. While I don't have any in-depth quantitative analysis, I think that will keep those 3 alive for the time being. I think there is only room for many 1 or possibly 2 other coins to make a name for themselves. Most other coins will fail. Pump and dump obviously hurts the community. /coinye was particularly bad and attempts to make joke coins like that make me sad because I read so many promotional posts. I feel bad saying it, but /franko and /worldcoin seem too similar while /primecoin and/megacoin and /feathercoin are just names people read in the sidebar and won't ever deal with, despite the enthusiasm of the people who do trade/mine it.
That brings me to my final point, people who mine each of these coins have a huge stake in advocating for their specific coin. I'm glad people saw potential and uniqueness, but most of you will lose out and your mining rigs are giving you coins that won't be worth anything soon.
Thanks for reading! I hope to hear real opinions!
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Peercoins vs Litecoins (PPCLTC)

I've always been a believer in Litecoins (mined my first coins with CPU and been donating to the project as well - the Devs are grrreat!). However, one thing that have been bothering me ever since I bought my mining rig was the huge electricity bill. One thing reading about it, another thing experiencing it. Now... Litecoin compared to Bitcoin will always be HEAVY (not lite) on electricity consumption (scrypt requires more RAM etc). Now Litecoins also have some identity issues with ASIC and all that jazz. Simply put... I believe that Litecoin could be replaced by Peercoin in the future - just because Peercoin will be cheaper to operate, dont have the "doomsday fee structure" and is more green. Also, Peercoin kind of rewards large coins hoarders which I think will push up the price and really spark the interest of those dinosaur institutional trades who always look for yield. I mean, Im not certain but I think its possible. So.... therefor I think PPCLTC is very interesting to trade. LTC could be revalued to be on par with BTC and PPC could outperform both. Swing trading between PPC LTC could be damn awezome. Enough talk more charts: http://imgur.com/X2GoIVB
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