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General Discussion / MMCv4
« on: October 09, 2017, 03:59:35 PM »
What do you think about resetting the block-chain in-terms of switching over to a new source-code: thus fixing this coin by using the crypto-currency source code of http://cryptonote-coin.org/

It has way more updated features, along with an in-client mining feature, already embedded in the wallet (open-source) and adjustable P2Pool mining pools as well.

It's important to note that the algorithm is extremely similar to Memorycoin except for the fact that it has a lower RAM footprint and relies on your processor's L3 cache or "faster memory" instead of the AES-NI Module in the CPU.

I will have to do some tedious adjustments to keep the 2% phase and supply method, similar to Memorycoin since it has a 6 minute transaction block time with a 2% inflation rate - the higher block times IMO is better for a light footprint to allow incredibly faster adoption rates in a less-bloated network.

Old coins will be imported back for MMC on the existing network eventually, since a lot of MMC is still laying around and could provide a market price for MMC at a "market rate" on the new network.

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General Discussion / Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« on: October 09, 2017, 07:16:57 AM »
Probably so, I need to clean up my supply calculations since removing the grant blocks will grant more MMC to miners

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General Discussion / Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« on: October 09, 2017, 06:22:41 AM »
Can you provide the MMC explorer? I just need some extra debugging for now

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General Discussion / Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« on: October 08, 2017, 03:19:09 PM »
Sounds like enough support the hard-fork. Sorry I waited a little while for everyone to check-in.
I will try to roll changes in the next few days and then we can get a functioning p2pool working as well.
I may have some support in terms of having a valid exchange for MMC in the works, given this coin will have more publicity in the coming weeks.

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General Discussion / Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« on: June 21, 2017, 06:44:38 AM »
Well, what you are suggesting is to remove one of the main facets of Memorycoin that has made it what it is previously. I think that if you guys decide now to disable the grant blocks system, I can do that, and given the fact that p2pools can work without grant blocks can give us bigger adoption rates.

I'm sure if we all decide to disable it now, I will have to recompile everything and the hard fork would be in a week from now, but at least we have a working p2pool system.


In other words, disabling the grant blocks will lead to higher miner income - and possibly less support from developers. But I'm sure that if these issues are fixed we could just hard-fork the code again.

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Memorycoin Wallet / Re: Memorycoin Wallet Version 3.010.102a
« on: June 18, 2017, 10:12:05 PM »
added a total of six churn nodes and 15 nodes total to the Memorycoin Network -- please see the main post for addnode=

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Tutorials / Re: energywave's post
« on: June 13, 2017, 05:18:56 AM »
We need to revive our limited availability memorycoin! I'm setting up a node and waiting to resync (6 peers at the moment) with great slowness. Then I'll leave it online to help sync other wallets.
Why no more exchanges? Why all the interest is lost here? That was a great coin! Good to mine without asics and limited in availability... I liked it.
Let's resume the work! :)
You're right, with the new uprise in cryptocurrencies, MMC is now a valuable coin. The current block is about 13 days ago and with our inflation rate, adoption won't hurt anyone new too badly. I can update the wallet posts with new node IP addresses and an archive of the current blockchain to speed up the block update process for newcomers.

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Tutorials / Re: P2Pool for Memorycoin
« on: December 21, 2016, 05:55:23 PM »
I pinpointed the problem -
When a grant block is submitted, Memorycoin checks for the election payouts and rejects the share. The P2pool script needs to check if it's a grant block, communicate with the node, send the payouts to the correct elected addresses, then submit the block.

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Updated to the latest version M8a

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YAM Miners archive uploaded for those who would like to solo mine.

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Tutorials / Re: P2Pool for Memorycoin
« on: October 11, 2016, 12:38:47 PM »
Some debug information to pinpoint where p2pool stalls when it solves a grant block.
The p2pool script uses GetBlockTemplate to grab the block information:
P2pool => Memorycoin EXE
The master node accepts the block, but it then verifies the payouts and refuses to accept the block because it does not contain the election winners.

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Mining Pools / Re: MMC-Pools - 0% Pools - (2 Locations, 6 Pools)
« on: October 11, 2016, 10:55:26 AM »
What about pools? Did you solve a grant blocks mmc p2pool problem?
I have a working mmc p2pool, so if you could fix grant problem, - I'll setup a pool for everybody still interested in mmc.

The grant blocks is still an issue for P2Pool. I'll try to look at it again - and a working pool will likely help us get listed on cryptopia, to answer your other post.

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Freebies and Giveaways / Re: New Member's Freebie
« on: September 03, 2016, 03:08:02 AM »
Random: 9498
Code: [Select]
Date: 9/2/2016
To: MVGFX8o12FQ8x4a1Q8v4uEQgZT3tBHjUeB
Debit: -9.498 MMC
Transaction ID: cb3c88e850516da7098eeeb1e0c13fd637ddc15203a23c4a561aa8ab3f1bd75d


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General Discussion / Re: Poloniex
« on: September 01, 2016, 11:47:09 PM »
They said no, are there any other exchanges we can appeal to?

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