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  2. Shop: https://hodl.market Direct Purchase Link: https://hodl.market/shop/limited-edition-denarius-physical-nfc-cold-storage-coin/ Offical Denarius Website: https://denarius.io Denarius Minikey Redeem: https://carsenk.github.io Limited Edition Denarius Physical NFC Cold Storage Coins There are only 100 of these made in total! #1 is for auction on eBay, this listing is to purchase a random number. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Denarius-Silver-Plated-NFC-Cold-Storage-Physical-Coin-1-100/202685863497 Denarius Physical Coins are plated in silver and roughly 2″ in diameter. The front design features the Denarius “D” Logo and the back has the text “In Crypto Confidimus Denarius” with roman numerals. These come with a Certificate of Authenticity that is hand signed and wax stamped with a Denarius security hologram/NFC chip. A coin capsule and stand will be included with only the first 10-20 coins. This is a great limited edition collectible that can be used to securely store your D. These work with NFC on the Coinomi Wallet on Android. These are the first physical silver plated coins made for Denarius (D) the cryptocurrency. Price: $100 USD ea (Paypal, Bitcoin, Denarius, or Ethereum are accepted Payment Methods via our store) Numbers available: (Updated 5/23/2019) I will try to update this list as often as possible. If you place an order you will receive the next # available in order, otherwise put in the order notes what # you would like, if it is available. #1 - For Auction #2 - Sold #3 - Sold #4 - Sold #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 - Sold #17 #18 #19 #20 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 #26 #27 #28 - Sold #29 #30 #31 #32 #33 - Sold #34 #35 - Sold #36 #37 #38 #39 #40 #41 #42 #43 #44 #45 #46 #47 #48 #49 #50 #51 #52 #53 #54 #55 #56 #57 #58 #59 #60 #61 #62 #63 #64 #65 #66 #67 #68 #69 #70 #71 #72 #73 #74 #75 #76 #77 #78 #79 #80 #81 #82 - Sold #83 #84 #85 #86 #87 #88 #89 #90 #91 #92 #93 #94 #95 #96 #97 #98 #99 #100
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  4. Got that thanks, just couldn't work out where to put it. Turns out I'm nicely incompetent. It's syncing now!
  5. get the latest chaindata https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v3.3.7/chaindata1799510.zip
  6. Hi again! Typically, I worked it out as soon as I asked the question. The data directory is in /Users/[username]/Library/Application Support/Denarius rather than /Library/Application Support/Denarius. Not sure if that's for everyone running the Mac version, or something I did wrong when I installed it. It's probably the latter.
  7. Hi - I'm running this version on mac, but I can't work out where to unzip the chaindata.zip file to get it syncing again (it's been about 9 months since I loaded the damn thing). Do you have any pointers for a relative moron like me?
  8. git clone https://github.com/carsenk/phantom cd phantom # copy your fortunastake.conf into fortunastake.txt and save nano fortunastake.txt # grab latest binary release for your platform, using Ubuntu 16.04 here # https://github.com/carsenk/phantom/releases wget https://github.com/carsenk/phantom/releases/download/v0.0.4.2/phantom-linux-amd64 chmod +x phantom-linux-amd64 # replace username with your Operating System username, like denarius or buzzkillb ./phantom-linux-amd64 -coin_conf="/home/username/phantom/configs/d.json" -max_connections 160 -masternode_conf="/home/username/phantom/fortunastake.txt" # wait for a few minutes to start seeing new blocks showing up 2019/05/11 14:05:25 New block received: 9ccbc8e6348f85f9561bf70dc5e93345ff9e48f4a6fe5dccfb44fecdfbd5dd58 # shutdown your vps daemon and wait about 2-3 hours to see if your fortunastake is still active on the list
  9. So to automate all this i made the following script service electrumx stop export DB_DIRECTORY='/db' export COIN=Denarius export DB_ENGINE=leveldb electrumx_compact_history chown -R electrumx:electrumx /db service electrumx start name it whatever you want i went with compact_electrum_database.sh make it executable chmod +x compact_electrum_database.sh So then all we have to do is to make an entry to crontab to run automatically every lets say 12 days issue the command as root crontab -e and insert the following to run it automatically At 00 minutes past 1:00 on every 12 days of every month 0 1 */12 * * /root/compact_electrum_database.sh >/dev/null 2>&1 save it and you are good to go
  10. I found my electrumx server crashed this morning.Apparently its a problem that happens with coin that have a short block intervals the flush_count would overflow after 65536 which is about 455 days in Bitcoin if we were indexing a fully synced node. However this is not the case if the node is not fully synced and ElectrumX manages to catch up the full node. In that scenario ElectrumX will quickly exhaust the 16bit space of the flush_countvariable as it flushes to disk after each block. according to this thread : https://github.com/kyuupichan/electrumx/issues/185 to fix it you have to do the following: service electrumx stop su electrumx #This is critical for not messing with the permissions export DB_DIRECTORY='/db' export COIN=Denarius export DB_ENGINE=leveldb then issue the command: electrumx_compact_history after compacting happens then start it again with: exit #to become root again service electrumx start Apparently this has to happen every 65536 blocks for bitcoin this is every 455 days for Denarius though is way shorter than that 65536 * 20seconds =15 days !!!! Thats why you had a problem Carsen to keep them up and running
  11. Medium Article: https://medium.com/@carsenk/phantom-nodes-chainless-masternodes-42db3931d780 Github: https://github.com/carsenk/phantom
  12. To add worker name to wallet stats. cd /var/web/yaamp/modules/site/results sudo nano wallet_miners_results.php echo "<th align=left>Extra</th>"; echo "<th align=left>Worker Name</th>"; echo "<th align=left>Algo</th>"; echo "<th align=right>Diff</th>"; echo "<th align=right title='extranonce.subscribe'>ES**</th>"; echo "<th align=right width=80>Hashrate*</th>"; echo "<th align=right width=60>Reject*</th>"; if ($this->admin) echo "<td>{$worker->ip}</td>"; echo '<td title="'.$worker->password.'">'.$password.'</td>'; echo '<td>'.$worker->worker.'</td>'; echo '<td>'.$worker->algo.'</td>'; echo '<td align="right">'.$worker->difficulty.'</td>'; echo '<td align="right">'.$subscribe.'</td>'; echo '<td align="right">'.$user_rate1.'</td>'; echo '<td align="center" title="'.$percent.'">'.$user_rejects.'</td>'; echo '</tr>'; these are the 2 lines to change from the php above. echo "<th align=left>Worker Name</th>"; echo '<td>'.$worker->worker.'</td>';
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  14. Jealous af, room is awesome. Fantastic job.
  15. Best to download this MiniKey Generator, so you can generate and redeem keys offline. https://carsenk.github.io/ Download and unzip. After unzipping, disconnect from internet and double click index.html Lets generate 1 MiniKey, Input 1, then click Generate. The first part is your privminikey, and the second part is your D address. Lets convert this to your privkey to import into your QT wallet. Select this underlined area and copy (ctrl+c). Then click Convert D Minikey to WIF. Paste the minikey into the next page and click Convert. I changed my minikey through this so its different, but now you get your D address and typical privkey to import into the QT or daemon.
  16. Another source of addnodes. https://explorer.masternodes.online/currencies/D/
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  18. Coin Explorer also has an addnode list. https://www.coinexplorer.net/D
  19. Thanks to @manosv for the nice little kill cronjob to make sure the daemon isnt crashed out. Make sure you know where your denariusd is located for proper path. crontab -e 25 */1 * * * /usr/local/bin/denariusd stop 26 */1 * * * /usr/bin/killall -q -9 denariusd 27 */1 * * * /usr/local/bin/denariusd
  20. How to use hashaltcoin hosted mining to mine to any pool you want. I am using my Denarius pool as the example. https://mining.cafe If you are buying from hashaltcoin.com here is my invitation code. use this 8VA0IQ for a discount. First, sign up and setup a new rig on https://www.miningrigrentals.com You do not need to rent the hash out, but you can if you want. The default pool list on the hosted hashaltcoin list is very tiny to mine Denarius. Go to My Rigs Select Tribus and Create New Rig. You might not have tribus already, so just select Create New Rig. Use these settings. Custom pool on hashaltcoin only seems to go to the Asia server. Click on the newly created rig. I ended up calling this F1 Miner Example. Click Connection Information tab and take note of what this says. You will end up connecting to the sample site to get your port you will be mining to. In this example we get ccminer -o stratum+tcp://ap-01.miningrigrentals.com:3333 -u username.123456 -p x Next we go to hashaltcoin, login, and go to the My Miners tab and then find your miner and Manage miner Now we add a miner strategy. I already did one, but click the big + sign. Now use this setup, and put your username.123456 from above and x as your password. Click OK and then Change Strategy. Wait a few minutes and go back to miningrigrentals to get your port. Click on GET MY RIG PORT and the port will show up. Go back to hashaltcoin for custom pool setup. Click to My miners and then to My Pools. We are going to Add the below pool with custom port. Click + Add Something like the below. Basically we are putting in a custom port for MRR Asia pool using tribus algo. Now we need to add our custom pool to actually be mining to. I am using my pool https://mining.cafe Go back to miningrigrental site and click Pool Configuration. Click Add a pool. Fill out your pool like this. Go back to hashaltcoin to manage your miner and add a new pool. Fill out your new pool like below. Basically we are using the custom MRR Asia pool we just setup with that new port. Same username.123456 and password of x. Make sure to click OK and then set this as your default pool. Give this a few minutes to connect and go back to miningrigrentals to look at your hashrate. Please spread the hash out on Denarius or any coin you are mining.
  21. Please join louhimo.net pool! https://louhimo.net/
  22. Let the FPGA keep strengthen the DNR network. There are no reasons to hate or afraid FPGAs. Unlike ASICs FPGAs are relatively expensive in preparation for mining, so I doubt you will ever see a sheds full of FPGAs... So let it be... Please... Personally I have only 6 Acorn CLE-215+ ans 2 BCU1525. Am I dangerous for DNR?..
  23. Because it will just go back to Asics, like the previous thread I posted about LTC, all back into a complete circle. Someone will have an advantage no matter what. As one of those mythical hobby miners. I have 1 GPU rig mining D right now. I did quite well doing this years ago with no cares in the world. Just keep mining however I could. Wish I stayed on BTC with GPU's when everyone said oh you can't do it ASIC's are here. barf. I am for FPGA's as I don't see why all these coins are forking their algo's. Seems like a waste of time better spent on something else.
  24. I don't see how FPGAs solve the power cost difference issue. In 5 years down the line, FPGA miners at home will be complaining they can't complete with farms with lower power costs, or with other home users who nabbed asics. Embracing FPGAs doesn't solve any of the issues, just pushes the same issues down the line another few years, and you'll again have to make the choice whether to put in the work to maintain a low barrier to consensus and to mitigate the threats to it.
  25. Agreed. However, it's not much of a utopian ideal, the botnet. Know it's done plenty for XMR over the years, of course! Fact is, if you want home users to mine in the future, we're all either hoping for another mass spike in the crypto market value, at which point every man and his dog will fire up their RX rigs again, or we'll need 'something' that is actually power efficient. Just as a point of order, I'm mining with a $200 FPGA that hits c.45mhs - less than a 1080ti. Hashrate there isn't doing any damage to GPU profitability - but on power costs GPU has a problem. That problem is not one that is going away - indeed, the further you look into the future, the worse it gets...
  26. You will have miners mining at a loss if your coin is cpu minable. Botnets of cpus from infected call centers, schools, llibraries...ect will externalize all power costs and give zero incentive to ever stop mining to the person controlling it.
  27. Would just like to second the comment above (Vagumera). I've been a GPU miner for several years, but it's no longer viable at my electric prices (UK). My rigs are idle, and FPGAs are the only device I can operate with any margin at all, and I'm not alone in this. The assumption that GPU miners are decentralised is rapidly becoming a false premise - GPU miners are either large farms with bulk, low electric rates, or the often-quoted altruistic 'hobby miner' who knowingly makes a loss on mining their favourite coin. The latter I suspect is largely imaginary, and the former is not decentralised, and only interested in profit - HODLing and supporting the network are anathemas to the large farms. As others have pointed out, the road of forking is littered with failures - MBC is another example, which recently forked to Rainforest algo to shut out ASICS, only to discover a flaw in the new algo was being actively exploited by a private pool that now controls the majority of the hashrate. Prices have tanked, hashrate has reached tremendous figures, and so GPU mining is no longer practical, only weeks after the fork. For the GPU supporters who have chimed in - how much longer will you mine any crypto at a loss? Will you buy new RTX and Vega 7's to built rigs with? Of course not, that would be madness. So what is the medium term future? Greater efficiency and decentralisation, or reliance on GPUs that are no longer operationally viable?
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