The issue was the feathercoin client used by the front-end and processing scripts crashing and not restarting automatically as I had broke the script that restarts it on crash. The miner connections each use their own coin daemon and were unaffected. After the coin daemon was restarted, the unpaid blocks were processed.
No No No… unfortunately wrapper this is wildly inaccurate…coingecko need to update their site.
19800 trades FTC and has trading fees for FTC. This leads me to think the volume there is real, no one can trade FTC back and fourth and fake volume like how they could with zero free trading.
19800 is leading the way for FTC and trade volume in general. Trex follows closely behind…
I watch these kind of stats almost every day and I’d say on “bad” days or days with very little trading… 19800 will have 70% of the global FTC volume…trex will take 28% and the other 2% will be shared amongst the very low volume exchanges.
On good days like today where the FTC market in general seems quite active…
19800 has a 58% share of the global FTC volume…Trex now has about 38% and the rest share the small amount of %
A lot of people say that 19800 will “start the pump” or whatever…basically the gist is that 19800 will lead the way and I personally dont think that’s true.
I think the real action and whales will be on Trex, 19800 only trades FTC/CNY and is useless to anyone not living in China and using CNY.
Of course there could be Mega whales playing trying to lead the price on 19800 and then selling on Trex for BTC ?
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they are the r9 270. we have asus, his and msi. the msi seems to be the more stable of the bunch. the are defiantly worth it considering you get 940 kh/s for $360 and can run them on a smaller power supply. they seem to be the best bang fot your buck on kh/s and power consumption. they also only have 1 6pin. just checked with meter they are actually around 140 and thats overclocked to
Amazing! I never considered the 270s before. I had no idea they were so efficient. I noticed that your pictures have 3 cards per rig. Since they dont use much power, why not put 5 or 6? Is the rig more stable with 3? Also, would you mind posting which MB you are using? I have been using the msi z77a-g45 and am looking to switch to something else for any future builds.
well we are using 750 watt power supply’s. my brother got a really good deal on them. we could run 4 on them it would be like 650 or so watts. we plan on adding more cards to them probably some r7 260x to fill the slot. we use allot of different motherboards. msi, evga, some intel boards. we had allot of boards laying around so we just pieced it together with what we had and then bought some new boards.
We’ve had it well below 1GH/s yesterday before the last retarget. If someone attacked us at that moment, we retargeted faster and gained additional hash power from returning miners. As long as our profitability is comparable to LTC, there is no reason to worry about. We’re stabilising. The difficulty roller coaster is getting tolerable.
They don’t want decentralized services, they want third-party centralized ones. Why shouldnt we want this? Ofc we want that, no doubt.
No, you don’t. You’ve fought against me, and it, tooth and nail.
They don’t want asset value pegging, they want their token value to float to take advantage of whale manipulation. Even Bitcoin is manipulated by whales, but thats how markets work if they are that small. - Why should we take any advantage there, just a lie.
You SHOULD take advantage there if there’s advantage to be taken. There’s much advantage in a stable currency.
They don’t want a secure blockchain, they want one that’s compomised by a backdoor that anyone with a bot-net can hack. We also want to have that. Feathercoin took the challenge and went over to NeoScrypt to secure the blockchain and NOT to leave them in the hands of a few ASIC Farms.
No you don’t, you’ve fought against it, and me, with whatever resource you could bear to muster.
They don’t want a distributed exchange, they want to keep using the existing ones. Also open for that, no prove that we are against that.
The proof is in every reply in the “Future of FTC” topic.
They don’t want p2p loans that they can default on, they want tips on this forums that they don’t have to give back. Sounds good, never actually heard of it, so why would you know that we are against that?
Because you’ve fought against me, and it, like I was taking your baby away.
They don’t want stable value for the currency, they just want more money. Thats also not true, but its not that the price/value is in our hands, neither do we want to control it completely?
The price isn’t, but what if it told you the decision making power COULD be? I guess you don’t want that, because you’ve fought against it, and me with great vim and vigor.
They don’t want great people coming up with great ideas. They LITERALLY hate that, and will hate on anyone who has any until they leave. Ideas which arent related in any way to our system we are running since 2013 and screw up all who invested into the current one?
Wait a cycle…
Are you trying to tell me that everything I just described is ‘unrelated’? Are we even speaking the same language here?
They _don’t _want anyone to understand that this is what we’re discussing. They will cloud the waters and poison the well until everyone grows tired and stops listening. We are aware and understand what you are willing to do. But its not false to have an own opinion on all this? Why is that wrong?
You’re not. I can prove it because you CONSTANTLY misrepresent it. There’s no problem with having your own opinion, it’s the constant lies and misinformation campaign that we’re collectively struggling against.
And probablly most importantly, they don’t want anyone doing anything with the FTC brand unless it’s them who will get all the credit, fortune, and money. I have to turn this around. You want to do a project which hasnt to do anything with our current system. And saying its a “FTC Community Project” just to use the Brand for your idea that it gains faster traction?
See what I mean about totally misrepresenting it? There’s your perfect example.
I don’t want to do a project. I’m discussing ideas for a project that has EVERYTHING to do with the current system. It would be a **MAJOR **upgrade for it. No one said it’s a “FTC Community Project”. No one EVER said that. You just invented that. And no, the idea of the use of the brand is NOT just to gain faster traction, it’s to provide complimentary services FOR the brand and FOR the brand’s existing product.
Now do you see what I mean about constantly misrepresenting it?
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Was thinking the same, looks like the payout was very roughly 1 ftc per 10Khash, going by the payouts you & I received and our average hash rates. (note my miner is called spoodle)
Awesome to meet you spoodle. You’ve been doing great for our pool in recent memory.
I do about 1Mhash and my payout was 100FTC, your math seems correct.
Many Thanks dgiors, and its nice to see you in the top list again with the regular ftc miners, now that the casual miners are gone
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Dammit, Kevlar took all my fun away and banned anything other than magnet links. I was about to submit a link to Link inside Link and really [email protected] this world up!
Update : Wish I could have found this image back then …
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I haven’t thought about homestarrunner in forever! Calem…watch out for those drop bears
I did Cadets as a teenager… one of the recruits was actually convinced to smother Vegemite around behind his ears cause some of the people during a camp told him that to stay safe, you used vegemite to prevent them from getting a hold of you. (apparently drop bears latch there claws into your head just behind your ears)
He woke up the next day with crusty nasty condiment caked all over his head/hair/face…
If you don’t know what Vegemite is… well… here it is… (sorry for going off topic)
If you already have coins in your wallet locate the file ‘wallet.dat’ on your system and take a backup of it. It’s in the folder ~/.feathercoin for Linux and containa the private keys needed by feathercoin to extract the amount of coins in your wallet from the blockchain.
If anything goes wrong, you can restore that file.