pool not reachable for now
- Changed pool already and its reachable, Inet site works
- Pool Adress is right. What about the port? It only didnt work after the update.
Hey I have updated my wallet a few days ago and my miners not working. When I press "Start Mining" everything is fine, its shows my plots, my pool an everything but when I press "Start Mining (CPU/AVX)" I just get an open miner window hich doesnt start mining. I cant even see my plots or the pool there. What is wrong? Do I need to change something? Have already changed the pool bu didnt work!
Hey I just wanted to show all of you my suggestions what Burst currently lacks or what would be a great feature to have. I personally don't know how much you can change a coin who is already out there. I just wanted to share some ideas and possibilities so you guys can see what I have been thinking about. Feel free to post your own ideas here!
One thing why cryptocurrency (Bitcoin especially) got so big is because of the privacy. Now I am aware of the fact that you can "open a new account" and get a new Burst-Adress wihout anyone knowing who the account belongs to. But still I think that the Blockchain in general should be more private and there should be a way encrypt transaction that only the person which sent the Bursts and the person who recieved it should be able to see the transaction in detail. (ZCash has such a system I think).
We gotta make sure that Burst gets the exposure it needs. We could try showing our Coin to organisations like greenpeace, I know its a small chance but when they get to see how much less energy Burst needs maybe they will give it a shot.
Transaction in the future
It should would be great if we could implement a little feature in the wallet which allows you to make a transaction but then set a date when it will be sent. Ofc the wallet must be running for that.
The answer is very easy. Because one coin gets higher, you have to pay less of this coin for get the other coin.
Coin 1: 30 bucks
coin 2: 30 bucks
--> You have to pay 1 (coin1) for 1 (coin2) and reverse
now coin 1 increases
coin 1: 60 bucks
coin 2: 30 bucks
-->You have to pay 0.5 (coin1) for 1 (coin2)
and 2 (coin2) for 1 coin(1)
coin 2^: 30 bucks
@Gibsalot Well the 2nd one seems pretty solid in my eyes right now. And people could still vouluntarily download the full blockchain if they want... But I dont get the 1st solution. Wouldnt halving the block time (4 minutes to 2 minutes) also be doubeling the transaction number which means the size could theoretically double per block. Which eventually means the same problem as the 2nd one only that the 2nd solution also provides a solution to this problem!
@newsense2004 Why does it look like an asset payout? Do you mean because of the decimals?
@newsense2004 No I dont have any of these assets!
@iKnow0 Well actually he has 2000 gigabyte right now which means
2000/4096 = 0.48828125 GB.
So we take 488 megabytes and you have to calculate that google limits your download speed otherwise their servers would have huge problems beeing kept alive if so many people download at such a high speed. So I think Google allows downloading at around 1 mb/s to 3mb/s
so that means either:
488/1 = 488 seconds /60 = 8.13 minutes
488/3 = 162 seconds/60 = 2.7 minutes
Thats how I calculated it.
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