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Mining Pools / Re: MMC-Pools - 0% Pools - (2 Locations, 6 Pools)
« on: July 30, 2016, 10:37:41 PM »
Having added every node directed, folks, I am now 44 weeks behind. And no way to update the block source.

I'm running wallet version v3_010_102a, the last I can find. None of the block source data packs are live anymore.

Mining Pools / Re: MMC-Pools - 0% Pools - (2 Locations, 6 Pools)
« on: March 19, 2016, 06:55:53 PM »
You can freely transfer your mmc to Poloniex, for example.

Not if my wallet app can't update and function. I'm stuck with an unusable wallet until I can collect the remaining block source. I'm 25 weeks behind.

Mining Pools / Re: MMC-Pools - 0% Pools - (2 Locations, 6 Pools)
« on: March 13, 2016, 11:22:04 PM »
I'm back, but MMC is gone? No pools that I can find, and I can't get my wallet to update at all, let alone solo-mine.

I have thousands in my wallet, but no way to access them. Please tell me this is temporary, or at least I can update and then transfer my MMC to an exchange!

General Discussion / Re: Memorycoin blocks and chainstate torrent
« on: October 07, 2015, 03:53:11 AM »
Sorry for my absence. I am dealing with a serious hardware failure right now, so all of my focus is on trying to get myself operational again (big rig, 8 true processor cores and 6144 GPU compute cores) and so far the tech has won, but I have another motherboard due this week which should have me up and running again. It looks like I was demanding too much power from the board and managed to smoke out the VCU (surprising considering that this is a premier board with dual-layer MOSFETs, and a 12+2 scale on solid-core gold contact capacitors... proof that I can break anything).

The primary BT server is still up and running; it is in an embedded jail on my FBSD server with relaxed bandwidth permissions to assist downloaders, and plenty of compute space and memory allocated. I see we have a seeder, thanks!

*Yes, I forgot to mention that when I do these backups, it is ALWAYS from the most recent version of the wallet. Any issues, just use the --rescan command, but in general practice you will not need to do so. I will be building another backup shortly after the resurrection of my compute rig.

Best of luck to everyone. I'll be back and mining with you soon.

General Discussion / Re: Memorycoin blocks and chainstate torrent
« on: September 17, 2015, 09:41:19 PM »
The link didnt work for me, I found the torrent after looking for it at Google, but now that I got it, it has no seeds.
Could you seed it, please?

Sorry I didn't catch this earlier. The Magnet link is directed to my private server base. At MINIMUM, there should be 1 seed; optimally both seeds will be up and registering. I have no explanation as to why you couldn't find a seed, unless your internet system doesn't allow open access to IP addresses in the United States. The lowest I have seen in the last few weeks were 12 seeds, only 2 of which I control.

Pleased let me know if the new Magnet link functions correctly. I will keep this system active until Delinquency manages to implenent

Mining Pools / Re: MMC-Pools - 0% Pools - (2 Locations, 6 Pools)
« on: August 26, 2015, 05:32:07 AM »
Just let us know, so we can pull off solo and move back to the pools. THX!

Mining Pools / Re: MMC-Pools - 0% Pools - (2 Locations, 6 Pools)
« on: August 18, 2015, 12:31:55 AM »
I've been running as a solo miner on all of my systems. There are no working pools, as far as I can tell. I'm hoping we can get an update soon!

Mining Pools / Re: MMC-Pools - 0% Pools - (2 Locations, 6 Pools)
« on: August 13, 2015, 07:13:51 AM »
All local pools have been off line for the last few days.

Any information? It would be nice to know BEFORE rather than asking now.

Memorycoin Wallet / Re: Memorycoin Wallet Version 3.010.102a
« on: August 08, 2015, 08:20:04 PM »
New bug: Since upgrading to Windows 10, the Wallet constantly as a warning:

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Warning: Please check that your computer's date and time are correct! If your clock is wrong Memorycoin will not work properly.

It doesn't seem to affect operation at all, though. I reviewed the clock settings and it is still set to the right timezone and auto time sync. I'm assuming that this is an issue with the way Windows 10 presents time to applications, but I thought I'd bring it up.

Never mind, what ever it was that troubled me for the last week, it fixed itself.

Support & Help / Re: How to Speed Up Your Block-Chain Update Process
« on: July 31, 2015, 10:56:56 PM »
I've set up a block and chainstate Bittorrent session that I will be updating monthly. Should have you up and running quickly.


Mining Pools / Re: MMC-Pools - 0% Pools - (2 Locations, 6 Pools)
« on: July 26, 2015, 02:09:33 AM »
Is the pool will not work?

These are the current pools hosted by MemoryCoin, for use in programs like YAM:
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These pools may not all be on at the same time, so you should have them ALL in your mining config so the program can select working pools.

If you are solo mining using the MemoryCoin Wallet, it does not need a pool and works directly with the MemoryCoin servers directly.

General Discussion / Memorycoin blocks and chainstate torrent
« on: July 24, 2015, 02:47:23 AM »

NEW: Bittorrent for 17 September, 2015 (please check back for monthly updates)

This is a build recorded from the Windows Memorycoin Wallet app. This includes ONLY the blocks and chainstate, not any wallet data file or any wallet executable. You MUST have already installed and run the Wallet, and have a wallet data file (WALLET.DAT) created.

For Windows:

  • completely exit the MemoryCoin Wallet app, and ensure it is not running using the Task Manager
  • unpack this ZIP archive to [WInstallPart]:\Users\[MMCOwner]\AppData\Roaming\MemoryCoin ([WInstallPart] is normally C; [MMCOwner] is the user account that runs MemoryCoin). Allow the ENTIRE blocks and chainstate folders to completely overright anything already stored
  • restart the Wallet app (if you get any error, use the "--scan" flag on startup), and allow it to bring the data up to speed (download the last few weeks)
For Linux or Mac, I am not sure if the data is the same, but someone can likely fill that in for us in the future.

The link is a magnet, and will need a modern Bittorrent client. It includes my private server as well as a public which I am using as a data host booster1, to increase torrent speeds. Please re-seed if you can.


1Having issues with the public host, but my local server is still strongly attached to the tracker. My apologies if download speeds aren't stellar. I'm limited to 1Mb/s U/D (safety set to protect bandwidth for the server's other functions over an 802.11AC bridge) so you will be looking at a couple hour download. Still far quicker than manual. Seeders will help increase download speeds!

Memorycoin Wallet / Re: Memorycoin Wallet Version 3.010.102a
« on: June 30, 2015, 10:34:59 PM »
Problem solved. I had three instances of this bug, but a scan solves the issue. You just need to run it from the command line every time you hit a bugged area via this command:

memorycoin-qt.exe --scan

I also intend to start a torrent with a completed block base for easier downloading. It would be updated weekly. I will post it when it is available.

Memorycoin Wallet / Re: Memorycoin Wallet Version 3.010.102a
« on: June 30, 2015, 12:08:00 AM »
I rebuilt my FX system (due to a cooling issue, I figured if I was halfway I might as well refresh everything), and transferred my wallet over to the new OS.

However, when downloading the block source via the Wallet executable, I'm getting an "incorrect block source" error at 52 weeks old. I re-ran it with --scan --reindex, and got the same issue. I am re-running it with just --scan, but I think this is an old bug with the hardfork. Any way for me to recover, or will a rescan fix my issues?

Miner's Main Discussion / Re: [WIP] HPM Community Database
« on: June 30, 2015, 12:01:36 AM »
FX-9590 5GHz, using 7 GB RAM 2133Mhz with 7 threads, Windows YAM-vN (Bulldozer 1), 7.1HPM 8.3HPM average

i5 5250U 1.6Ghz, using 4 GB RAM 1333Mhz with 4 threads, Windows YAM-vN (Ivy Bridge), 2.1HPM average

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