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MemoryCoin / MaxMine - MMC4GPUs [Officers and Miners]
« on: March 07, 2014, 05:52:40 pm »
I just ordered another batch of parts.  Mostly 270s / 7870s - I like to do older / discount / variety to compare detailed stats - power, thermal, etc.  Will have a single card open-case test rig and benchmark. 

Any donations for my credit card bill?  I'm also accepting old gpus (69X0, 78X0 or 279s, etc), cpus, and laptops - anything I collect will be refurbed, tested, and donated to...someone?

To help me repay, on a trial basis at first:

I will order anything from in exchange for MMC and a 10% handling fee for further development.

If people are interested, PM me for personal payment details or reply with general questions.

My reserves / stocks are limited - so priority goes to officers first, then miners of

US only.

This is "person-to-person"...not a full-time we can negotiate.

I like "dueling deposits"...We basically each pay 2x as much, w/ one half reserved for us to trade / compete with until product arrives, and is fine...then we compare how we both traded during that time...

Large orders may require ID / etc verification in a tiered approach by either me or another customer / officer I trust.

MemoryCoin / Re: What is MMC?
« on: March 07, 2014, 01:11:00 pm »
Good thread for slogans / 100-word or less explanations....I'll triple that...


Everyone always asks..."but what does it DO?" There's also what it is used for by the community.

MMC "does" send a network "tax" to dev team.

MMC is "used for" whatever you want, really - could just be a bitcoin / trading coin for some..and we need a "community bank" / trading union, btw...or it could be used to sample network power usage (you tell me how :)

The voting allows lots of web applications beyond just the officers - think search and marketing blockchain "cookies" or user preferences - datacoin on a more evolving or machinecode scale...I think it could evolve to Jung meets Hayek and Madison in a cyber altcoin.  A "coin" is a "currency system control volume" - from your cash wallet to global GDP.  Crypto coins are just really "distributed accounting / payment systems" with user-defined can "make your own coin" with your own MMC wallet, a website, and a mission.

(Client options - link to your own website and CSO / etc support in site dev...)

The officer function provides a "community focus"....MMC constantly "morphs" based on officer efforts / examples / directions and community support and contributions.  We're not "community dev" as in "please give"...but more

"We'll help you learn / build whatever idea from outside into into your own memorycoin."

In terms of crowdsourcing and "plant a memory, build an idea":

"The MMC network hashes the community to find valuable private ideas (i.e., "keys") and build those into even more valuable public ideas."

Boom - build a crypto univeristy of pheonix on that...

MemoryCoin / Re: Officer Roles
« on: March 07, 2014, 03:40:44 am »
What? Your last passage didn't make sense.

If the candidates decide to administrate their personal team in order to sustain efficient productivity, they may choose to.
We vote for the candidates that carry out the specified role in Memorycoin.

I'm sure MemoryCoin will automatically upgrade once more creative people join teams to efficiently manage a plethora of productive options.

From back to front:

1, My point was..."let's agree to upgrade"...this is a forum...used to be made of marble and used for discussion...

2, My point was "let's agree to upgrade what memorycoin expects of its officer roles " - who do you think "specifies the roles"? The voters!!! Specifying with the Manifesto! Anything that becomes common law / practice should be at the ".org" level...candidates can describe further details / programs at their "candidate" MVTE level..


3)  A basic corp has 3 parts - Upper Management (execs), Mid Managers, and Operations

Management systems overlap, but there's two basic "types" - leaders and managers / directors.  Think "scheduling vs. planning" or "strategy / outward vs. tactical / inward" ...last part from OP make more sense now?

MemoryCoin / Officer Roles
« on: March 06, 2014, 09:21:04 pm »
Been a crazy few weeks...nice to see some new faces.
 New website is awesome - cant wait to see whats new...


Sure, people have their own "if I were student body president, there'd be cupcakes every Monday and no school on friday!"...but .org needs a stronger skeleton.

Add base responsibilities for internal / external resources and interfaces with other cXos. Have a candidate fill in the blanks...campaigning is leadership - where are we going...managing is implementing...

MemoryCoin / Re: Please delete
« on: March 06, 2014, 06:09:09 am »
No problems with bter...though didn't read artilce in detail...

But I do have a huuuge problem with MMC/BTC, MMC/CNY, and BTC/CNY all traded on - essentially - one exchange w/ 3 markets in a feedback-arbitrage loop.  95% is robo-trading 2014...MMC used as a pump/hedge.  You have 3 systems of decreasing volume...

Uncertainty / volatility / risk / movement/ action - MMC/CNY BID is most "cost-basis" certain. MMC/CNY ASK is most "Loss / risk-averse" certain.

MMC/BTC is simply a mirror of MMC/CNY based on BTC/CNY with some spread uncertainty - can use as a "time hedge" for btc movement...

But, the uncertainty "rachets" MMC down...not as pronounced in some coins...but MMC has a large "CNY vs. BTC" volume / market share


BTC DOWN - Flee!!! Hit MMC/CNY bid walls...but MMC/BTC down...drags MMC/CNY down a bit more...settles...

BTC UP - Recover!!! MMC/CNY hit ask walls.  Rising BTC lowers MMC/BTC ratio...puts pressure on MMC/CNY even though MMC/CNY rising...but not enough as BTC...settles lower or not up as much.

MemoryCoin / Re: Hello and a question about RPC on MMC
« on: February 16, 2014, 11:26:39 pm »
.org blog mentions a switch to set tx fee:

Maybe the readme discusses more details for its use?

New coin users - start with Delinquency's MMC mining guide:

His guide is specific to MMC and may fill in some gaps in this guide for common elements.  After becoming familiar with MMC, mining, etc, new MMC users may look to branch out and can use / modify the script below to explore other altcoins - and brag about MMC in their forums....

This guide is an updated version of what I started with - scrypt mining - before landing at MMC.  It uses CGminer, which no longer supports scrypt, and so rebuilds the last scrypt version below for Ubuntu 13.10.

Works with a fresh install (see elsewhere for Ubuntu LiveUSB installation).  You will need to manually download some drivers / libraries to your Ubuntu desktop (see folders / comments in script) from AMD, as discussed in the cgminer documentation.  AMD changes the URLs around a bit, so try a google search to navigate the AMD site.  Then, unzip to the folders used in the script below, and run....for about 2 hrs.

Each should be written as a full script - one for installation, one to launch cgminer.  In ubuntu, create new file, cut-and-paste, save, right-click, properties, permissions tab -> allow to execute as program (or chmod +x).  Also, open file manager, under properties, behavior tab -> programs execute in terminal / ask each time.

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#Based on's guide, with updates

#cgminer / AMD install starting from Ubuntu 13.10 new install

#install AMD video drivers
sudo apt-get -y install fglrx-updates fglrx-amdcccle-updates
fglrx-updates-dev && sudo apt-get -y update && sudo apt-get -y upgrade

#dependencies, etc to build/run cgminer and ssh
sudo apt-get -y install build-essential libcurl4-gnutls-dev yasm
libncurses5-dev git autoconf automake openssh-server byobu curl

#Update gpu config (reboot required) - necessary each time GPUs change
sudo aticonfig --lsa
sudo aticonfig --adapter=all --initial
#sudo reboot

#GPU status after initial config
#sudo aticonfig --adapter=all --odgt

#Install and build cgminer 3.7.2 for Scrypt
# See
#1. manually download AMD SDK (e.g., to ~/Desktop/AMDSDK), view Readme, and run install script
#2. manually download AMD SDL (e.g., to Desktop/AMDSDL). Copy /include/*.h to cgminer/ADL_SDK/
#Get CGMINER 3.7.2 and build
tar jxvf cgminer-3.7.2-x86_64-built.tar.bz2
rm *.bz2
mv cgminer-3.7.2 ~/Desktop/cgminer
 cd cgminer
CFLAGS="-O2 -Wall -march=native -I/opt/AMDAPP/include"
LDFLAGS="-L/usr/lib" ./configure --enable-scrypt

This is my script to launch cgminer for middlecoin - replace with your settings:
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export DISPLAY=:0
cd ~/Desktop/cgminer
./cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp:// -u
12s3ZEkjBbLRpMayaCXtjAaKDE5D84gFT5 -p x -I 15,17 --auto-fan
--temp-target 84 --gpu-engine 800 --gpu-memclock 300

MemoryCoin / Re: New Wallet with Miner configuration
« on: February 16, 2014, 05:34:20 am »
OP issue closed, but new comments / suggestions along this topic:

1) Did you get rid of the "set default wallet address" in the console / debug window?

2) I think you mentioned a command line switch to list multiple addresses.  Can that be added as a menu / properties / display checkbox within the program to display them in the Receive panel?

3) On the voting screen, is it possible to have a "Read current votes" button that scans the blockchain for your current votes (in addition to the current link to mmcvotes)?  We could have a display table / pulldown menu for each position / preference and use label from user address book for name.  Allow user to update all at once, and then have a "batch" vote button to push them all onto the blockchain.

MemoryCoin / Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
« on: February 16, 2014, 05:23:38 am »
Please also ask for power usage information (if available) for both idle mining, along with hpm.  See:

MemoryCoin / Re: [GUIDE] Headless ATI/AMD GPU Mining Tutorial
« on: February 16, 2014, 04:41:42 am »
Awesome! I use cgminer to mine BTC and buy MMC to keep upward price pressure.  Tried other gpu / yam for Ubuntu, but no luck so far.  Will try yours.

I will add a head-ful / head-more / mined-full install script for cgminer...whatever the opposite of headless is...for cgminer.  I like to have a local desktop, because I'm usually swapping cards about once a week or so.

This is what I use for Ubuntu 13.10, with a small HDD to allow for desktop troubleshooting, wallets, etc during initial burn-in of the card.  Cut-and-paste from last week's new install - so recent - but untested by anyone else.

[Edit: Script moved to:]

MemoryCoin / Re: Vote for MMC on Cryptsy
« on: February 11, 2014, 03:15:27 pm »
I think we desperately need a larger MMC/virtual vs. MMC/fiat market share to reduce CNY arbitrage at Bter:

Network market distribution - pools, exchanges, and services - is a CMO responsibility.  The community can run a sub-campaign and vote in the blockchain to help Itsik like I show below.  The intent is to run a short-term candidacy to focus community direction and attention, with a specific goal.  Since the sub-campaign votes for Itsik's standard CMO address, any accumulated funds support his "return-to-power".  Using voting preferences would also help:

1. Bter Referral Program

Use the Bter referral / affiliate program to show support.  Create a new account on to trade from, using my affiliate link below, until Cryptsy adds MMC. 

You get a discount on trading fees, and any commissions I receive will be deposited at MMCGLOBAL (see #2).  Stop trading and/or change accounts whenever you feel like it.

Bter's Referral Program, from:

When they sign up using your referral code, they get 10% off discount on all their trading fees for 6 months and you receive 30% of all their trading fees for 6 months. Notice: Your account needs to be older than 1 day before you can invite other people.

Signup page URL:
Home page URL:

2. Community Blockchain Vote and Pledge

The community can define an address in the blockchain, and vote to show support for Cryptsy to add MMC.  A vote could show support, and the balance could be used to show MMC "reserved" for exchange on Cryptsy.

Cryptsy CMO PWUP Blockchain Vote:

3. Bribe Cryptsy with CMO Funds

The community can define a CMO MVTE address.  Any funds received would be exchanged outside - e.g., Cryptsy, poloniex, or p2p with Officers, etc. 

This address would vote for Itsik after Cryptsy adds MMC.  This allows the community to effectively "steal his salary" to motivate him if enough support is shown.  After cryptsy is added, the sub-campaign then supports Itsik's "return-to-power".



Create a new bter trading account using the MMCGLOBAL affiliate link:

Vote to either address to show funds available for exchange outside (e.g., cryptsy or other exchanges) to BTC/altcoins.  Any funds received at MMCGLOBAL will be exchanged outside (e.g., cryptsy, other exchanges, or p2p).


Cryptsy CMO PWUP Blockchain Vote:

MemoryCoin / BTer MMC/CNY/BTC Markets
« on: February 11, 2014, 02:08:59 pm »
For those who may not know, there is a larger volume CNY market for most virtual currencies at (See CNY on top nav menu), along with what may be the more visibile MMC/BTC market.

Bter is pretty much the only MMC exchange based on market percentage.  What do people think about having such a large percentage of overall exchange traffic be MMC/CNY, or MMC/fiat in general? 

It seems like we're competing with BTC / other coins, and arbitrage b/n MMC/CNY and BTC/CNY seems to have a large market impact...MMC/BTC spread is larger than MMC/CNY spread.  Could probably say MMC is just a global money sink to CNY at this point.  Is Itsik marketing to CNY users?

What would happen if overall MMC network were more (or only) MMC/altcoin exchanges – e.g., if we de-listed from Bter's MMC/CNY market, added to cryptsy, or "re-directed" traffic to poloniex, et al?

BTW: Here's the page to trade your BTER points:

MemoryCoin / Re: Should FreeTrade be Voting?
« on: February 08, 2014, 09:47:48 pm »
Short answer - Yes, and publicly.  Maybe just use part of your funds but use the same balance for yourself and other candidates, etc.  Or, use preferences and don't put yourself #1.

You should also publish development goals / campaign objectives / etc.  Think addenda to the manifesto instead of specific to-do lists.  Or, politician speaking to a community instead of government project manager.

See my confusing votes which I updated today, which is meant to implement preferences:

(Took some time manually casting all those votes...)

Basically, my first preference for each cXo is a short-term site / project of my own (I haven't written up / published yet).  I don't expect to win, but to fund them through promoting and advertising them as supporting existing cXo, I have other preferences.  The second if I don't win are the current MMC officers.  The last candidate is the Manifesto (which is what I call the spoiler-vote addresses - if development / Manifesto is complete, we can kill the block rewards). 

I could also add other personal programs or public candidates if I wanted to, but not before I put together an auto-vote script or something.

MemoryCoin / Re: [JOB] Video Creation
« on: February 08, 2014, 07:11:39 pm »
Do we have a script / concept yet?

I don't want to do just a "we donate to charity".  Maybe a quick "cryptonomics" overview of miners, merchants, pools, exchanges, developers, service providers, etc.  Then MMC wallet, voting and non-voting uses? Then charities, officers, and community development?

I'd like to play up the "make your wallet known / build a dev-team" part of it - like if we built an MMC jobpost / freelance web site.  Play community development as "bring your team / ideas and we'll find people to help" vs. "donate money/coding".


MemoryCoin / Re: Open Source or Licensed Pool Software
« on: February 07, 2014, 10:23:45 pm »
We're a charity coin. Everything we do needs to start as "open-source" -  code, guides and faqs, business models, etc - to be as "public service" and "educational" as possible.

I say open source it, but focus on contributor traceability and donation methods through MMC.  We need to

Add some donation options like the current MVTEcha addresses to the standard pool, or donation options like Ubuntu has when you download it.  Make it work with other alts on the front-end for the user, but make it base-MMC for back-end pool operator / developer contributions. 

Could lead to MMC branding and potential use as a reserve-crypto for other alt-pools.

Use MMC wallets and voting as version control / configuration / license management / etc.  For example, assign a wallet ID to the main project for votes / donations.  Have that be an option for pool user donations - even of other coins.  Have that support ongoing development by MMC members.  Define roles and use MMC to vote / elect / appoint officers for the project in the blockchain :)

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