I agree on this one, and they reference BURST (pre-dymaxion) a few times. The thing I actually like is the decentralisation of mining, as it reduces too much control in one place, but unless they hard cap space allocation per mining account/ip address, I cant see how they could enforce it in the real world. I am going to watch it with interest though, but will stick with BURST as a proven PoC coin with it's additional benefits
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RE: Chia Network, what is it?
Chia Network, what is it?
So, having a read around, I came across something called CHIA. Essentially, it will be a similar coin to BURST, using Proof of Space (Capacity) to determine who wins the block. It will also (apparently) use a Proof of Time system to verify the Block Integrity before submission. In addition to this, it will (again, apparently) have lightning built into it from the start. The other interesting thing is the "mining" side of the operation. It will be geared to complete decentralisation of mining, meaning it will be able to discourage throwing shed loads of HDD space at it, and it will also discourage mining pools through some mechanism where a pool will not be able to stop a member running off with all the funds from a mined block.
Behind the coin is the guy who brought the world BitTorrent, and the company appears to be moving away from the ICO fad, and instead following a proper filing and is working with the SEC to get its mini IPO up and running through the JOBS Act's Regulation A+ equity crowdfunding rule. There is no physical product as yet, and no coding has been laid down, but it is scheduled for release late 2018/early 2019.
Based on this, do you think this coin will have any effect on BURST, and if so, would it be positive or negtive?
RE: Reward assignment not working
@olivercromwelle Had a look at the blockchain, and it appears to have accepted the change of reward recipient for you, and now shows that you are pointed towards SPAC-EWWF-CRX2-78Z6Z
pool.burstcoin.space , which I will assume is where you want to be mining. It also shows the reward recipient change in the transaction history - Reward Recipient Assignment 9583489241485993178 0 Burst SPAC-EWWF-CRX2-78Z6Z 2018-06-20 08:56:37 - and you do not appear to have been charged for the previous attempts to change it, but a look at your wallet would be able to confirm that as you should see the transactions for the change listed.
If you need to view your account on the block explorere, just click the link below and happy bursting
Get some BTC for doing very little
Yep, its another faucet, for those of you who wish to get some of that inferior pretender to the crown called BITCOIN (when we all know BURST is the KING OF CRYPTO's).
Various ways to get your hands on some Satoshi's with this one
You can just claim from the faucet every hour, partake in the mining game, watch videos or complete some really easy tasks (and by easy, I MEAN REALLY EASY) OR DO THEM ALL
You dont actually get BTC Satoshi, but you instead get COINS (which are worth about 1.5 Satoshi at the time of writing), and you can cash out when you hit 35000 COINS (about 52000 Satoshi) if withdrawing to a Faucethub account, 100000 COINS is you are withdrawing to a BTC wallet or 50000 COINS if you wish to withdraw as DOGE
The best way I have found to earn so far is with the offer wall using MINUTESTAFF, as the tasks are generally visit a website and view it for a short period of time or click on a link within the page, and you can earn a good couple of hundred coins in 5 minutes
Have fun, and keep BURSTing
RE: Reward assignment not working
Did you change the the reward recipient through the wallet or through the web page for changing recipient?
It would appear that you are still pointing to the burstnation burst4all pool, and there appears to be no reward recipient assignment changes on the block explorer looking at your address (although this could be a dymaxion thing)
Mine shows the following for when I changed the reward recipient -
Reward Recipient Assignment 12340918958792358241 0 Burst MBCG-4ERH-FVH5-2GTXB 2018-06-08 19:08:32
If you have not already tried the webpage for changing, you could give it a go at https://wallet.burst.cryptoguru.org:8125/rewardassignment.html
Other than that, does your miner work if you point it back to the burst4all pool?
Last post was deleted as I was trying to do it on my phone whilst out and about and it looked a mess
Just tried out the web-link and it records the change of recipient and updates the blockchain accordingly after a couple of blocks, so it looks like your change request has not been processed through for some reason