@haitch, Thank you. So there is no way to know how many transactions we have done ever since and how many till it becomes a burst?
I turn off the machine when I leave to work. When I go home, I turn it back on.
Ok I just found the solution here https://stackoverflow.com/questions/19100708/mongodb-mongorestore-failure-localefacet-s-create-c-locale-name-not-valid it turns out that I need to do the following
I'm a savvy pc user. My small farm of 15TB decreased its read time from 17 seconds to 14 seconds in a few days automatically. On the pool i actually went to the top with fastest deadlines more often. I felt snug. None of it is vital. Have a tweak sometime guys there's many ways to win the blocks!
@Rexxfuria go to https://wallet.burst-team.us/rewardassignment.html - ignore the first two fields, put your passphrase in the third and BURST-PHJ5-JMZP-3EQQ-EAA2B in the fourth, then hit submit. You should get back 7-8 lines of code - this means the assignment worked. Four blocks later you'll be able to mine
its just too bad i can't get into my lost account even for the assets.
If hard drive crashes thats it.
My advice is back it up on a thumb drive in a password protected archive and hide it where only the owner knows where. In the basement, attic, or even a fake rock in the garden.
@daWallet said in How to plot and mine on your Android device (dcct_tools):
Using dcct with termux was just a proof of concept. If you want to mine on Android you can use the Android App that spawned out of these tests:
It plots and mines with a graphical user interface.
I have downloaded this application in PlayStore. I'm trying to create a passphrase with a sentence that is easy to remember, but for the next login, the login form is not running. manual typing is always missing.
@bcapool If you find a programmer at this forum then it would be awesome. If not then you can visit to any of the following freelancer website, where skilled people work from all over the world:
Due to that table 1kB is 1000 byte (decimal) and 1KiB is 1024 byte (binary)
e.g. in jminer you can switch between both formats ...
Maybe i should have better used JEDEC ... i'm confused by that different standards
Better late than never ... just completed a re-sync of burstcoin wallet 1.2.8 ...
Complete sync in ~1h 38min
Compared to previous test, to block 250000 ~ 1h 12min
I downloaded wallet from github and added a nxt.properties file to /conf folder, to enable openCL.
Btw. i have quite slow internet connection and was running jminer and my displays to same GPU, while sync was processing ...
Just chatted with @PingOfd3ath ... yes, the faucet is a java application with own included server. It does not run on webhosting accounts or something, you will need a server where you can install java and execute/run a application. Basically it is exactly the same tech like the burstcoin wallet ... if you can not run a wallet on your server, you will not be able to run faucet or observer.