Data mining algorithm that can deal with many type of data
What classifier that can deal with different type of data without using mulicalassifier
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How to solve error: Incorrect or no genesis block found. Wrong datadir for network?
I am making my own alt-coin, and I have mined the first genesis block hash (after some time), Merkle hash, nonce and time. I am running on Ubuntu14.04.
But, when I run
./bitcoindI get this error:
Error: Incorrect or no genesis block found. Wrong datadir for network?
What does it mean? how do I fix it?
When does miners start searching for the nonce?
As the title says, i'm wondering when a miner starts to look for the nonce. Does the block need to be full of transactions before it can start searching? As I understand it, if it starts before the block is full, if a new transaction enters the block, does it just need to restart the search since the hash will change?
Cryptomining in Games
- distributing the (possible small) processor load over many clients, and
- does not need to pay the energy needed for mining
The problem with this approach is, that the user could detect this cppu-hijacking pretty easily, either by a high cpu load or a rapidly fast decreasing battery. Plus, many users tend to use an adblocker or similar things to avoid this.
Thinking the whole thing one step furter: How to keep people from recognizing this? Assume you play the newest 3D shooter, you expect your cpu to be at high load. So what would prevent a software studio from putting some mining algorithm into the game's source code? No one would ever notice.
So the question is: Is there a theoretical or even pratical way to prevent this? Are there any games which are known doing this?
P.S.: If this a new idea, please contact me, I'll glady provide a bitcoin address to receive my share of, let's say. 25%.