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MemoryCoin / Re: Guide to Cloud Mining Memory Coin
« on: February 13, 2014, 06:16:07 pm »
I have a couple questions.
I can use AWS (Amazon) is there an easy setup for that service if I choose to go that direction?

That's what I use. When setting up your instance (I used Linux AMI (HVM) instance), under user data, paste this script:

#! /bin/bash
tar zxvf yam-yvg1900-M7k-linux64-sandy-bridge.tgz
cd yam-yvg1900-M7k-linux64-sandy-bridge
cd linux64-sandy-bridge
./yam --config yam-mmc.cfg

User data is automatically run when the instance starts up. Thus, it will automatically connect to a pool and start mining. Obviously, setup your yam-config file beforehand, then add both the yam miner and yamconfig to your dropbox and edit the script with those URLs. With new yam releases, you may need to edit the folders the script opens (cd yam-yvg1900-M7k-linux64-sandy-bridge -> cd yam-yvg1900-M7m-linux64-sandy-bridge for yam 'm' version).

cc2.8xlarge uses sandy bridge architecture. All of the c3.#xlarge use haswell. Change your yam miner and edit the script as needed, depending on which miner you use.

I get ~34hpm with cc2.8xlarge. Feel free to ask any other questions.

MemoryCoin / Re: Guide to Cloud Mining Memory Coin
« on: February 12, 2014, 02:30:51 pm »
Yeah, it depends on the CPU your cloud service uses. I use Amazon's previous-generation CPUs, which are sandy bridge. If yours are the newest, Haswell will probably be the best yam version to use. You can post here what CPU you are using (example Xeon ####) and I can tell you what architecture it is.

MemoryCoin / Re: Guide to Cloud Mining Memory Coin
« on: February 12, 2014, 09:24:58 am »
Thanks but it looks like that some parts are missing there...

Are those all the commands I need from step 1? Most guides have "cd ~" lines and "apt-get update" lines. AND lead to invalid pages. Are you sure about those URLs?

How about the final commands that connect the droplet with the pool?

Is it better to use ubuntu or delian and what version?

Thank you so much!!!

Nah yam miner is pretty self contained, no need for any sudo apt-get update. As for the dropbox, use your OWN dropbox URLs, gotta put some work into it to get the desired results. If I gave you my URLs, with my yam-config, your miners would be connected and mining for my address. Set up your own yam-config ahead of time, add it to your own dropbox (or any upload site really, I just use dropbox for convenience), and replace the URL. Do the same with the newest yam miner.

Refer to this topic for newest yam version, information, and support.

MemoryCoin / Re: Guide to Cloud Mining Memory Coin
« on: February 11, 2014, 10:36:53 pm »
Solo cloud mining with the built-in non-optimized miner is definitely not profitable.

I don't think pool mining would be, because the VPS CPUs probably don't support AES.

Ok, so isn't there a way for configuring a cloud to work with the optimized miner AND connect with a pool where you can have multiple workers (like )?

I don't even care if this is profitable. I have lots of cloud credits to waste...

Come on! There are a lot of smart people here! Someone must know how to do this...

Thank you!

On Linux, with yam, it's pretty easy. First take both the yam miner and your yam config and put it in your dropbox. For this instance, this is using sandy bridge yam. Then:

#! /bin/bash
tar zxvf yam-yvg1900-M7k-linux64-sandy-bridge.tgz
cd yam-yvg1900-M7k-linux64-sandy-bridge
cd linux64-sandy-bridge
./yam --config yam-mmc.cfg

MemoryCoin / Re: Show support for MemoryCoin on cryptsy!
« on: February 07, 2014, 03:51:39 pm »
Cryptsy would give a decent boost to this coin. I truly believe in this coin and it's community, but it needs more widespread adaptation. It is a unique coin, and the fact that you can vote for employee's, and they get paid, should add continued development and support for the coin. While 1%/day/officer is quite high, it is still deserved for all the work the elected officers put into the coin. It just needs more backing and anything to put Memorycoin into the spotlight, including Cryptsy, will be a good thing for the coin.

While I do not condone spamming, posting on Reddit and 4chan/g/ about the facts of the coin will help promote it and increase awareness. Please Post on these forums about the  advantages of the coin and support Memorycoin. Memorycoin > Dogecoin and should be recognized as such.

MemoryCoin / Re: Miner and Investor Support Falling
« on: February 05, 2014, 08:34:25 pm »
Mining has actually been increasing during this price drop, at least according to the network difficulty. This is good news.

The price will recover, consider it a nice opportunity to buy-in for cheap. Bought another 5,000 MMC myself. If/when MMC hits Crypsty, more interest will be had for MMC. We already have a great community behind MMC.

MemoryCoin / Re: Constructive Criticism + Suggestions
« on: January 29, 2014, 10:18:58 pm »
Honestly we just need to attract more miners. We already have a tons of services and a great community, but not the miner power to back it up. More miners brings in more investors, which ultimately brings in more active people who really believe about the coin.

MemoryCoin / Re: [CSO] Support team status
« on: January 29, 2014, 05:04:45 am »
What if I want the best never-fail linux distro min-setup auto-install script for a production run of gpu farms?

This is the script I run on my linux machines, works perfectly. Replace with your own dropbox yam miner and yam config.

#! /bin/bash
wget [link to dropbox yam-yvg1900-M7j-linux64-ivy-bridge.tgz]
tar zxvf yam-yvg1900-M7j-linux64-ivy-bridge.tgz
cd yam-yvg1900-M7j-linux64-ivy-bridge
cd linux64-ivy-bridge
wget [link to dropbox yam-mmc.cfg]
./yam --config yam-mmc.cfg

MemoryCoin / Re: [ANN] DwarfPool - MEGA WEEKEND-PROMOTION
« on: January 25, 2014, 03:21:21 am »
I agree, mistakes happen, and how the pool owner deals with them says the world. If anything, after this whole thing, I trust you even more now Atrides, for making everything right. Thank you.

Great stuff, I LOL'd  :D

MemoryCoin / Re: Dwarf appreciation day. Random tips for dwarves!
« on: January 19, 2014, 07:41:40 pm »
Okay - 10 MMC going out to each of the 7 dwarves.

MFH4DrpkfWWfFRvtdu6TJuT4D8txKAKM6b - Doc
MC14AT1AWW7QaiDp8ga86ACmdRcp1W9ySd - Grumpy
MP1D4TbLHpQ93S2LQNsXQMwFjhVyGDHLjb - Happy
MLitFkMnoocTzxUw2WF5WPjT7uvR97awud - Sleepy
MCDzmjxJ9Q4iDYi9wmX8nCTLomKkjsoe9i - Bashful
MTxecTRmb6Gs4wu4jsftJSHSuowiV3o6tF - Sneezy
MTcWvr5sWnCLtDcGPDH4KuLF9oA56Socca - Dopey

I'm all tipped out for today. Thanks again to the dwarves.

Thanks for the tip :) Being a dwarf is fun!

MemoryCoin / Re: Accuracy of ?
« on: January 17, 2014, 12:55:11 pm »
As an example, right now and for most of the day network hashrate is ~64000 while I am sitting at between 9000-13000 so using even just 9000 at a rate of 10 blocks average per hour I should earn at a bare minimum 1.4 blocks per hour / 317 MEG per hour. This is not at all the results I am seeing, I am averaging around 0.7-0.9 blocks per hour.

I cant figure out why there is such huge differences, clearly somewhere something is wrong or the pools operate at huge hidden fees.

I had the same problem with 1GH. Switched to MMCPool and my 24hr MMC is right on target with the calculator. Might just be bad luck, might be higher reject rates.

MemoryCoin / Re: [ANN] - Win64 / OSX64 - The Awesomest Pool
« on: January 13, 2014, 05:55:51 pm »
M7j version of yam miner available. It supports fast CPU mining for PTS, MMC, more mining pools and protocols.

To mine MemoryCoin with yam M7j use provided miner config template named yam-mmc.cfg as a base, check readme.txt for more details.
yam M7j optimised for mining MMC on CPUs with AES-NI support and has 5 different algo variations for HT, non-HT and GPU friendly setups.

yam M7j miner now supports PTS mining at beeeeer and includes fix for Win2003 and other older 64bit systems. Check readme.txt for details.

Download at:!h0tkXSxZ!f62uoUXogkxQmP2xO8Ib-g


New miner is great! 320% performance boost. My i7 3770k is outpacing my 7950 GPU now, using only 30% of the power!

MemoryCoin / Re: Not doing very well on cryptsy are we
« on: January 13, 2014, 02:45:40 am »
I agree this is something special. I wonder why others aren't getting behind it. Maybe they mostly just read the forums and don't post.

I haven't seen an alt-coin with this much growth behind it yet. Almost 3 weeks and we have several pools, a block explorer, CPU/GPU databases/calculators, two gambling services, a charts site, and one exchange. Plus, it is an innovative coin with the election system. Unheard of.

MemoryCoin / Re: [ANN] MMC Dice - Provably Fair - Off-chain - BETA
« on: January 11, 2014, 02:55:14 pm »
Next 10 people who post their public ID here, will get 1 MMC on the site.

Looks great, gonna test it out!

Public ID: 30

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