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MemoryCoin / Re: mmcpool.com - CLOUD MINING GUIDE!
« on: December 26, 2013, 09:04:29 am »
I get as far as -

./configure CFLAGS="-O3"

"error c compiler cannot create executables"

make

"No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop"
What's the linux version?

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MemoryCoin / Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« on: December 26, 2013, 09:03:10 am »
27 blocks in a row.
NICE!
No more solo mining...
BUT PLEASE don't sell your MMCs for such a cheap price...
Sit on them for a bit longer and if you're eager to sell, wait for it to be on Cryptsy... It will rise to at least triple of what it is now.

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MemoryCoin / Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions compromised
« on: December 26, 2013, 09:00:29 am »
MVTEcsoqoc4bVUHgVdxnQx2L53vm5UgXpM

Online Support and advice. Vote me!!!
i dont see any support from your side ... only posts like vote for me.. and gets mmc from votes. and Freetrade you have premine, why you want mmc from votes???  its like scam*scam=scam2
This voting system is really more like a dictatorship than a democracy...
Since, for example, Freetrade has (I assume) a vast amount of Protoshares + vast amount of MMCs from the initial blocks (as ceo and cto) he can decide who runs the roles alone... His power is like the power of more than half of the "common people".
This isn't democracy..
#Iranian elections


Here's an example:
http://www.chainbrowser.com/memorycoin/address/MVTEcsoCi2QBXFTsRARm81nXSkaqeAt5wT/
I don't know who it is, nor do I care... But there's only 1 vote from someone that made sure he would have 51k MMCs (I assume it's FreeTrade, but I could be wrong).
That's hardly democracy as my vote along with 50 more people wouldn't budge a thing.

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MemoryCoin / Re: mmcpool.com - CLOUD MINING GUIDE!
« on: December 26, 2013, 06:02:31 am »
A clear guide, however mmcpool is not the same as xpool. Your posting stats from a different pool then you used in the urls.
Whoops!
Copy+Paste error :)
Thanks for noticing.
Edited

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MemoryCoin / Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions compromised
« on: December 26, 2013, 03:30:38 am »
What if I shift my 25k from one account to other, voting from each account? Would it sum up?

Election results are recalculated every 20 blocks. So no, your previous account has 0 MMC now, so it's 0 votes. Your new account has 25k MMC, so if you don't forget to vote from that account, it's still just 25k votes. But if you forget to vote from that account it's 0 votes. So it's better not to move the money around.
I see,
Sorry for the confusion.
You received my vote (only 1.6k, but soon to be 3k).

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MemoryCoin / Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions compromised
« on: December 26, 2013, 03:23:09 am »
itsik78, it's great to meet somebody who has so much hashing power. Great job, man!

MemoryCoin 2.0 voting is proportional to the number of coins you own. So if you have 1 MMC that's one vote. If you have 25k MMC that's 25k votes. So there is no need to create a scrypt, if you have more coins you have more votes. There is no way to cheat. if you want to do something selfish you have to mine or buy more coins to get more votes and you need to have more coins then the whole community that voted.

This is what happened here. Because people usually don't vote, somebody with 25k coins stole CSO, CMO and CHA positions.

If you have more then 25k coins just your single vote can revert the damage done. If you have less, still please vote now, man.

What if I shift my 25k from one account to other, voting from each account? Would it sum up?

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MemoryCoin / Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions compromised
« on: December 26, 2013, 03:10:24 am »
Just threw my votes into the ring, hopefully they made a difference.
I just saw them, thank you very much.

I can't stand the thought that someone with clearly enough wealth already is stealing from the charity pot. Wouldn't be surprised if it was the same person currently mining at 350h/m
I'm one of the top miners (more than 350 h/m) and I would never do that.. Although, as I wrote above it's extremely easy to fool the system... This voting system needs rethinking.

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MemoryCoin / Re: CSO / CMO / CHA positions compromised
« on: December 26, 2013, 03:05:26 am »
This entire system is flawed...
What prevents me from writing a fairly easy script (would take me around 20 seconds), using an investment of, let's say, 500 mmc to:
1. Start the memory coin daemon without a wallet.dat
2. Send a satoshi to this wallet from my main wallet
3. Send a satoshi voting for myself from the new wallet
4. Kill the daemon
5. Delete the wallet so a new one gets recreated
Start over * 50000000000 times.
Who could ever beat me?


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MemoryCoin / mmcpool.com - CLOUD MINING GUIDE!
« on: December 26, 2013, 02:44:41 am »
Digital Ocean:
https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=be0ca471004c
(Please use my ref code - it won't hurt your earnings :)  Thanks)

1. Create a droplet with as many cores as you want
2. Run this:
Code: [Select]
apt-get update
apt-get install -y make gcc m4 automake libevent-dev zlibc zlib1g-dev libjansson-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev git autoconf g++
cd /usr/local/
git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer
cd mmcminer
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make
echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
echo 'while true; do ./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN --threads 32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
chmod +x run.sh
nohup ./run.sh &

(Change the wallet address and --threads to the number of cores the machine has).

AMAZON EC2:
1. Choose Ubuntu 13.10 and choose your server (note the number of CPUs)
2. Under Advanced Details -> User Data (leave "As text" marked)
Code: [Select]
#! /bin/bash
apt-get install -y make gcc m4 automake libevent-dev zlibc zlib1g-dev libjansson-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev git autoconf g++
cd /usr/local/
git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer
cd mmcminer
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make
echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
echo 'while true; do ./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN --threads 32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
chmod +x run.sh
nohup ./run.sh &
[/code]

(Change the wallet address and --threads to the number of cores the machine has).

That's it!
You're all set to go.

If I helped, feel free to tip me:
MMC: MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN


Want to see that it actually works? Here's the link for my account on mmcpool:
http://mmcpool.com/user?wallet=MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN
Have fun

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MemoryCoin / Re: mmc.xpool.xram.co - First Memorycoin Pool
« on: December 25, 2013, 07:10:33 pm »
Something's strange...
It says that a block was found a few minutes ago and yet the share count wasn't zeroed out

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MemoryCoin / Re: mmc.xpool.xram.co - First Memorycoin Pool
« on: December 25, 2013, 03:37:29 pm »
Quote
...
hash generated - 5083 / 1968 / 926409133
hash generated - 7521 / 1968 / 1235348378
hash generated - 6158 / 1968 / 1230314980
hash generated - 9613 / 1968 / 2298206264
hash generated - 10136 / 1968 / 4224117508
force reconnect if possible!
hash generated - 14839 / 1968 / 1271190545
hash generated - 2521 / 1968 / 784314886
hash generated - 12998 / 1968 / 2434724883
submit: 04515c4ce9ab3ebdaf47eea4e4bc7b8283ba3a1a0192d5ab1f4dff551ab62fd9
hash generated - 1610 / 1968 / 683861551
hash generated - 8359 / 1968 / 151815384
hash generated - 5642 / 1968 / 3949467009
hash generated - 7694 / 1968 / 3906161130
hash generated - 12015 / 1968 / 2877861309
submit: 0deb426e37d00e446ae9dd90549c3bcf6a716726d58f2e137f36c1dff757ca6e

---------
Quote
...
hash generated - 7862 / 1968 / 363362621
hash generated - 6927 / 1968 / 3940664704
hash generated - 15608 / 1968 / 1294154513
hash generated - 6283 / 1968 / 1813826823
hash generated - 4354 / 1968 / 2845300199
hash generated - 2903 / 1968 / 1896438483
hash generated - 1588 / 1968 / 2485581397
force reconnect if possible!
hash generated - 6381 / 1968 / 1642720956
hash generated - 5818 / 1968 / 680210766
hash generated - 14235 / 1968 / 976458958
hash generated - 7881 / 1968 / 946934172
hash generated - 2846 / 1968 / 2287189723
submit: 05395e320e40a06981721fa5979d4487a7c71d6aa7b101613bc7b4903d57cda4
hash generated - 2565 / 1968 / 554308537
hash generated - 4909 / 1968 / 2734194562
hash generated - 5217 / 1968 / 2924256714
hash generated - 5479 / 1968 / 3364435499

On two different computers.  It'll work for a bit then just stops receiving work.

This looks more like a firewall issue as it doesn't submit anything and loses connection...
Check that the needed port is open

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MemoryCoin / Re: mmc.xpool.xram.co - First Memorycoin Pool
« on: December 25, 2013, 01:51:05 pm »
I was mining all the night with 6 computers and I didn't receive anything...why?

Pool mining or solo? It's normal for solo, but should not have no shares if you are using this pool.

I mean in this pool, 6 machines mining all the night and received 0

Check your balance here:
http://mmc.xpool.xram.co/individual

He said he will pay in a few hours as there was a problem with the earnings calculations.

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MemoryCoin / Re: mmc.xpool.xram.co - First Memorycoin Pool
« on: December 25, 2013, 10:14:10 am »

@itsik78

Thanks its working I guess it doesn't show the miner working until you request to see it. I checked the cpu usage using the htop command and happy to see 100% across all 32 cores :)

Thanks for the help. 2 MMC for your help!

Yep, as I said, you can see the progress in the nohup.out file (it prints everything there instead of directly on the console).
I suggest you take a look at the file with the command I gave you just to make sure :)

Thanks for the tip!

EDIT: OH! Forgot to tell you that in the "less nohup.out" screen you need to press shift+f in order to scroll down to the bottom of the file and see the live progress :) (and ctrl+c >> q to quit)

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MemoryCoin / Re: mmc.xpool.xram.co - First Memorycoin Pool
« on: December 25, 2013, 10:08:36 am »
Cloud mining guide for the pool:
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1612.0

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MemoryCoin / Re: mmc.xpool.xram.co - First Memorycoin Pool
« on: December 25, 2013, 10:06:02 am »
getting an error sometimes on some of my servers and mining stops.

Segmentation error: Core Dumped.

Anyway around that so I don't have to restart it manually?

Thanks.

Create a .sh file and run it instead of calling the miner directly:
Code: [Select]
echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
echo 'while true; do ./memoryminer -poolip=mmc.xpool.xram.co -poolport=1339 -pooluser=MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN -genproclimit=32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
chmod +x run.sh
nohup ./run.sh &

Hope it helps..

MMC: MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN

That will work with Ubuntu 13.0 right?
Should I enter those commands in the miner/src dir or root?

I entered it in the miner dir and got this:
Quote
[email protected]:~/memoryminer/src$ echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
[email protected]:~/memoryminer/src$ echo 'while true; do ./memoryminer -poolip=mmc.xpool.xram.co -poolport=1339 -pooluser=MJaEYRNmKg7CH11sAX8swDcMhdAbY4KnqE -genproclimit=32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
[email protected]:~/memoryminer/src$ chmod +x run.sh
[email protected]:~/memoryminer/src$ nohup ./run.sh &
[3] 74238
[email protected]:~/memoryminer/src$ nohup: ignoring input and appending output to ‘nohup.out’

[email protected]:~/memoryminer/src$

Did that work? Should it run the miner or do I now just enter the miner command to run it?

Thanks.

Yep, it probably worked. You can press enter and then call
Code: [Select]
less nohup.out to see the miner's progress.
Then you can leave the console freely without killing the process



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