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January 16, 2019, 02:57:16 AM
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Agreed and this is also true for bitcoin. However, you know more hashrate is better. The blockchain clearly is more secure and not as vulnerable to attackers who go from coin to coin using their GPU mining farms or rent hash power from Nicehash to attack altcoins.
More hashrates will only be better if they are spreaded around diversified mining pools.
Dominant hashrates concentrate on one or two pools are always a risk for network healthy condition.

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January 16, 2019, 05:38:06 AM
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aeon new roadmap discussion:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Aeon/comments/aggi3e/aeons_roadmap/
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January 17, 2019, 01:34:42 AM
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Agreed and this is also true for bitcoin. However, you know more hashrate is better. The blockchain clearly is more secure and not as vulnerable to attackers who go from coin to coin using their GPU mining farms or rent hash power from Nicehash to attack altcoins.
More hashrates will only be better if they are spreaded around diversified mining pools.
Dominant hashrates concentrate on one or two pools are always a risk for network healthy condition.

Yes, similar to bitcoin. When a mining pool is close to having 51% of the hashrate, the community and the miners themselves call on some of them to mine in another mining pool.

Also, a similar situation can happen today without Asics.

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January 17, 2019, 04:20:38 AM
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Yes, similar to bitcoin. When a mining pool is close to having 51% of the hashrate, the community and the miners themselves call on some of them to mine in another mining pool.

Also, a similar situation can happen today without Asics.
By chance, sometimes I saw coins which had dominant hashrates (more than 60% or even higher) concentrated on one pool.
Of course, it's rarely scenario when all hashrates of the pool controlled by one address/ group / farm, but it is always a very bad signal of potential serious Replay Attacks.

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January 17, 2019, 10:30:27 AM
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Agreed and this is also true for bitcoin. However, you know more hashrate is better. The blockchain clearly is more secure and not as vulnerable to attackers who go from coin to coin using their GPU mining farms or rent hash power from Nicehash to attack altcoins.
More hashrates will only be better if they are spreaded around diversified mining pools.
Dominant hashrates concentrate on one or two pools are always a risk for network healthy condition.

Yes, similar to bitcoin. When a mining pool is close to having 51% of the hashrate, the community and the miners themselves call on some of them to mine in another mining pool.

Also, a similar situation can happen today without Asics.
I have a computer With CPU Core i7 2860qm and 8GB ddr3.Can i minning and How many a can earning 1 day?
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January 17, 2019, 01:44:37 PM
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Agreed and this is also true for bitcoin. However, you know more hashrate is better. The blockchain clearly is more secure and not as vulnerable to attackers who go from coin to coin using their GPU mining farms or rent hash power from Nicehash to attack altcoins.
More hashrates will only be better if they are spreaded around diversified mining pools.
Dominant hashrates concentrate on one or two pools are always a risk for network healthy condition.

Yes, similar to bitcoin. When a mining pool is close to having 51% of the hashrate, the community and the miners themselves call on some of them to mine in another mining pool.

Also, a similar situation can happen today without Asics.
I have a computer With CPU Core i7 2860qm and 8GB ddr3.Can i minning and How many a can earning 1 day?

You could mine. I estimate you would get roughly 500h/s on that CPU leading to you daily earnings of roughly 0.05 AEON per day.

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January 17, 2019, 08:14:14 PM
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Can devs look if this is viable additional security measure against 51% attack?

If it is, I'm sure dev of this cryptonote coin would try to help adapt this patch for aeon. It is already asked by several cryptonote coins and he helped them with this and other issues.

>>We propose the solution to disallow cancelling transactions during a switch to the alternative chain by adding the consensus rule stating that “an alternative chain should contain all transactions from the chain it is to replace”.

>>This approach already helped to successfully withstand a 51% attack making it more secure and reliable not only without massive constant hashrate, but in the hostile hashrate environment, as it is still on original CryptoNight algorithm mineable by ASICs with lots of hashrate available for rent on Nicehash that was presumably used by the attacker during the failed attack.

https://medium.com/@karbo.org/prevent-transaction-cancellation-in-51-attack-79ba03d191f0

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January 18, 2019, 12:56:11 AM
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Yes, similar to bitcoin. When a mining pool is close to having 51% of the hashrate, the community and the miners themselves call on some of them to mine in another mining pool.

Also, a similar situation can happen today without Asics.
By chance, sometimes I saw coins which had dominant hashrates (more than 60% or even higher) concentrated on one pool.
Of course, it's rarely scenario when all hashrates of the pool controlled by one address/ group / farm, but it is always a very bad signal of potential serious Replay Attacks.

This can also occur in GPU mined cryptocoins, however. 51% attacks are not exclusive incidents for Asic mined coins. Low hashrate coins are also easier to attack, that was why Aeon staying with the Asics might have been better.

Also, replay attacks? I reckon you do not know what it means. Replay attacks only occur when there is a fork in the blockchain, where transactions in the original chain can be replayed in the forked chain.

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January 18, 2019, 02:14:03 AM
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smooth, suggestions for ANN original post.

Remove pool https://aeon.rupool .tk/ as it now longer resolves to anywhere. [added space because forum filter flagged it]
Under Community, add Medium -> https://medium.com/@AEON_Community
Under Community, add Discord -> https://discord.gg/TM8mEsx
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January 18, 2019, 06:02:31 AM
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I have a computer With CPU Core i7 2860qm and 8GB ddr3.Can i minning and How many a can earning 1 day?

I have 2760QM and get approximately 645hs on XMrig or xmr stak for Aeon.


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smooth, suggestions for ANN original post.

Remove pool https://aeon.rupool .tk/ as it now longer resolves to anywhere. [added space because forum filter flagged it]
Under Community, add Medium -> https://medium.com/@AEON_Community
Under Community, add Discord -> https://discord.gg/TM8mEsx

Under Community, add Community Twitter -> https://twitter.com/AeonCommunity

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