@robel said in cant acces my wallet on desktop app qbundle:
man, read what is on screen : "downloading blockchain".
When the year-old block with your last transaction/blockforge comes around you'll see your balance. But you'll have to wait for a complete download to actually mine solo.
The Diff has increased twenty-fold during the last 12 months.
Depending on your plotted volume, a 0-100 pool might be of interest, but you need to set the reward recipient for that (again, complete chain needed - or use an online wallet).
Can someone help me to resolve this issue:
*$ npm start
[email protected] start /home/mrowcp/public_html/pool/burst-pool
and thats all :( No more lines... I tried to change permission on the burst-pool.js and when it's unreadable, npm return errors.
If I run:
*$ node-debug burst-pool.js
info - socket.io started
More info about the server: CentOS 7, node version v5.0.0 (also try 6 and 8).
added charts to network, pool and asset page
new node observer for public burstcoin nodes
some miner bugfixes / updates
@haitch since last version you can use e.g. ... 'burstcoin.faucet.maxClaimsPerAccount=2' that will limit the claims per account, so the sort makes no sense if you use that one. It is checked via blockchain, so no way to cheat that. (not getting reset on faucet restart)
@digidigm For your questions:
Yes, it stores some values into a cache file, such you haven't retype your ID, and most important the latest plotted (with autoplotter) nonce is saved, too. So, next time you use autoplotter for plotting you won't need to calculate your next start nonce.
Autoplotter uses @Blago's XPlotter (newest release V1.1), so optimized and also with AVX2 support.
I just released a new version (V0.2.0), where ETAs are calculated. It gives you:
total start time
total end time
total estimated duration
total estimated finishing time (ETA)
per plot estimated duration
overall duration, once finished successfully
i had that issue I eventually got it working by deleting the wallet and installing automatically with latest burstwalletlauncher in my manually created folder. That app downloads and installs all components of the wallet. DaWallet's wallet is just download and run. Online wallet at burst-team.us is safest online wallet to use when not mining solo.
@Marc some portions of the code were deprecated and unimplemented at the beggining of Burst because it didn't made sense to keep it...
@vExact I guess that is possible... Burst is already hybrid since it can be mined with PoC or PoW although it is not efficiently to mine with PoW but the entire mining system is built over a PoW algo...
@kmaxkmax I replied with some info in a similar thread
@Propagandalf said in like a "stake-coin":
Burst is based on the NXT code base. NXT already has incorporated forging pools and account leasing. You can read more about how it works here:
@Parameswara20 said in mining:
Its been 2 days mining still didn't see any burst added in my wallet can anyone tell me..
you don't automatically get burst simply for mining, there are a couple things at play here, the first is your pool must WIN a block, that is, have the lowest deadline of all the deadlines submitted to the network, second you must have submitted a deadline within a certain mathematical formula that your pool uses to award shares of those won blocks... different pools have different formulas, and some of those formulas are dramatically negative for small to medium sized miners...
the first step in mining burst is to find the correct pool for your size of plots, if you have a small amount like 10TB or less you will need to find a pool that has an unlimited deadline so that you are capable of submitting a deadline every round, so that you get counted into their mathematical formulas to receive a share of any winnings, but once again, you don't get anything if the pool doesn't win a block...
the greatest mistake smaller miners make is joining a pool that wins a lot of blocks but has a very short deadline, thus they rarely ever receive any winnings from that pool because they never submit deadlines to be counted towards any winnings, they simply thought if they joined the biggest pool they would get rewarded, but thats simply not the case because most of those pools have short deadlines which you will rarely find and thus rarely ever receive any rewards for mining...
so what are my recommendations? (personal opinions vary on this)
0-5TB = unlimited deadline pool
5-10TB = 360 day deadline pool
10-20TB = 180 day deadline pool
20-30TB = 90 day deadline pool
30-40TB = 45 day deadline pool
etc etc etc
you can see how this progressively goes down with the greater size of space you commit, its not an exact must happen scale, but you can see the general idea... but one thing I see WAY too often is people with just one or two hard drives on a pool with a day or two deadline, they will see next to nothing for burst compared to if they joined a pool of the correct deadline for their size... but their pool still has to win...