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In a general sense, yeah.

Yes, lots of stuff needs to change.
I'm not saying that I'm happy with how things are right now.
There are too many loose ends everywhere, forum needs to be updated, website still references old stuff etc..

And as if that wasn't enough, we have an ongoing Altcoin-Bubble and ICO-Mania that distorts everything,
and god knows what maneuvers the HLM-people (who own an insane amount of SPR) will do to influence the price of Spreadcoin, lol.
It's gonna be a wild ride, ...

Everybody be careful.

Meanwhile I'm working on solutions.
More to come soon.  :D

Great to hear man. Every update you give is great when you give it, some people just expect them more often in order to stick with a coin. 

I personally don't care as long as I know the devs are actually working on it. Like Blocknet for example. Everyone assumed there wasn't much going on for a while cause the dev was working and not updating much, but then they got a guy to very occasionally update btctalk or answer questions and people started trickling back in. It appeared to many people that not much was happening for 1-2 years when the thread wasn't too active, but now they've almost got 90% of it completed.

I'll still be here patiently waiting regardless of updates, so take your time and release when it's ready 8)  I do have more free time now though so if you need help with any of that information/marketing/etc stuff you mentioned, I'm good with that sort of thing.

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Well I meant similar in that you're both focusing on networking.

Networking?  :o

The btctalk thread misses you ;)

I'm on the bitcointalk forum everyday, just mostly spending time reading up on technical stuff.

I will address questions about spreadcoin, mining spreadcoin and the tools I'm working on,
but I am not interested in Helium (HLM) and other coins that are being constantly thrown around (as you just demonstrated).
Those have nothing to do with my work or spreadcoin.

BTW, if you want updates about what I am working on, just read my recent posts, for example:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1045373.msg19039841#msg19039841

In a general sense, yeah. I meant focusing on everything flowing like in your roadmap pic on the left there. I guess I'm not clear on the current vision then despite following and mining spread from day 1, but I'll dig through everything again and see if I can get a better understanding of it all then ;)

I don't remember if the Pi pics and whatnot were posted in btctalk thread, so i may share them over there now that there are more eyes on SPR currently due to price action. (Just popping in over there would make the actual fans of you and Spread a lot more confident in spread's future though, that's all I'm sayin in that regard.)

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You're both working on similar things, ...

No, we are not.

BTW, the only other coin I would want to participate in is Bitcoin.  ;)

The only exception to that are other SpreadX11 based coins, ... once they appear I will be willing to cooperate with them.  8)

Well I meant similar in that you're both focusing on networking. Just seemed like maybe a good fit.

Anyways, do you have any plans for an update on activities or where you're seeing this go in the next months/years?  The btctalk thread misses you ;)

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Hey George, I keep forgetting to come here instead of BTCtalk, but those updates are great. Do you have any more updates for us?


Also, have you talked or collaborated with the Blocknet guys in the past?  You're both working on similar things, but I'm curious to know how your plans differ compared to theirs. They're totally cool with any coin integrating with them, so I think maybe your current ideas will be easier to implement by simply using the p2p link through blocknet instead of the genesis block key stuff that clonecoins fail to change?  I'm thinking you may also have some good ideas for their dev, atcsecure, since you guys were basically the first ones to start working on these things.

Anyways, hope things are going well with the testing!

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Technical Support / Re: Recommendations for mining hardware
« on: January 22, 2015, 10:42:36 pm »
So how long *should* it take to mine 1 block with like 30ish mh right now?  I'm worried mine isn't going to do anything like that other guy with a large nvidia farm.  So far it has only been like 12hrs, but still nothing.  All say they're hashing away though  ???

You can calculate the average blocks you "should" get per day (if you have average luck of 100%).

This is how you calculate it:
Spreadcoin has on average 1440 Blocks per day.
You get the total hashrate by typing getinfo in your wallets debug window. (or go to Mining Tab)
At the moment we have 5.5 GH/s.
Your hasharte is 30 MH/s or 0.03 GH/s.

Now do this: Your Hashrate / Total Hashrate * Total blocks per day
Example: 0.03/5.5 * 1440 = 7.8 blocks.
(as Wolf0 said: roughly 8 blocks a day, or once every 3 hours)

Now if you have mined for 12 hours without finding a block, it means that your luck has fallen down to about 25 %. (this means you should have found 4 blocks (once every 3 hours), but you had bad luck...)

So just keep on mining, soon you will find 3 blocks within 30 minutes and you will understand what "variance" means. (this will make your luck jump to 1800%)

I wish I had 30 MH/s mining power.

My bad, I checked and my average is only 1.6-1.7mh on 750s and just shy of 4mh on 2 970s.  Still near 27mh.  I did get 2 blocks overnight though so I guess it's working, just a bit on the unlucky side to start off.

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Technical Support / Re: Recommendations for mining hardware
« on: January 22, 2015, 03:13:07 pm »
So how long *should* it take to mine 1 block with like 30ish mh right now?  I'm worried mine isn't going to do anything like that other guy with a large nvidia farm.  So far it has only been like 12hrs, but still nothing.  All say they're hashing away though  ???

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