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Title: COINOTRON pool - BTC pool closed, please withdraw your coins.
Post by: coinotron on July 07, 2011, 09:59:05 AM
This topic was dedicated to BTC pool. BTC pool has been closed so topic is closed as well.

Official Coinotron topic you can find here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182)




FYI

Due to lack of popularity we are closing BTC pool.

Please withdraw your coins until 2013-08-15.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=26727.msg2813737#msg2813737



We are proud to present to you world's first multi-coin mining pool: www.coinotron.com

Stratum mining is available in the following pools:
LTC  = coinotron.com:3334
TRC  = coinotron.com:3335
FRC  = coinotron.com:3336
FTC  = coinotron.com:3337

You can mine here

-ppcoins ( PPS, RBPPS )
-terracoins ( RBPPS )
-litecoins ( PPS, RBPPS )
-freicoins( PPS, RBPPS )
-feathercoins( RBPPS )

Today we've launched Coinotron pool. Everyone is welcome to join us!

We are not using pushpool. Pool engine is written in c#, is fast and reliable.

Coinotron advantages:
-  security is our priority, users passwords are hashed and salted
-  we are startup pool, so odds of DDOS attack are at this moment slight  
-  anti-cheating score system punishing pool-hooping cheaters
-  long poll support ( mining efficiency raises about 2% )
-  SSL
-  automatic payouts
-  Stratum

How can you join us?
1. Register here: http://www.coinotron.com/coinotron/AccountServlet?action=register
2. Create worker(s)
3. Configure your mining application to point to our server - examples:  http://www.coinotron.com/coinotron/AccountServlet?action=help
4. Start mining

IMPORTANT
For security reasons we introduced some limitations into registration process.
- Username and password must have at least 8 characters
- You should enter your real email address. It is the only way to unblock your account if you forgot password.







Title: Re: [ 2 GH/s, 0% fee, LP ] ------------ Coinotron.com ------------
Post by: gentakin on July 07, 2011, 02:30:52 PM
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We are not using pushpool. Pool engine is written in c#, is fast and reliable.
Nice. :)

-  Proportional payouts. For each block generated in our pool we get 50 BTC. Next we split these coins between miners proportionally to amount of work delivered.
[..]
-  anti-cheating score system punishing pool-hooping cheaters
So it's not really proportional, or is it? (Can you explain a bit more about your reward system?)

Quote
-  security is our priority, users passwords are hashed and salted
[..]
1. Register here: http://www.coinotron.com/coinotron/AccountServlet?action=register
If security is your priority, why don't you use https - at least for register/login, so passwords are not transmitted in plain text?


Title: Re: [ 2 GH/s, 0% fee, LP ] ------------ Coinotron.com ------------
Post by: coinotron on July 07, 2011, 03:13:53 PM
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So it's not really proportional, or is it? (Can you explain a bit more about your reward system?)

Here you have exact formula :

Share Score = exp ( C * time span from beginning of the round to share delivery time / round duration )

Payout = 50 * sum( miner’s share scores ) / sum( all miners share scores )

For C = 0 we have Share Score = 1 for each delivered share i.e system is proportional.
When we raise C value, system becomes similar to Slush’s method. Most precious are shares delivered at the end of the round.

Currently we use C = 0 – pool is small, round duration is measured in days.
But when we observe increase of pool-hoopers activity we will set this value to about 6.


Quote
If security is your priority, why don't you use https - at least for register/login, so passwords are not transmitted in plain text?

Workin on it :)


Title: Re: [ BOUNTY: 6 BTC ] ------------ Coinotron.com ------------- [ 5 GH/s ]
Post by: coinotron on July 08, 2011, 10:53:31 AM
!!! BOUNTY !!!

6 BTC for miner who finds first block in our pool.

Good luck !




Title: Re: [0% fee, LP, bounty] - COINOTRON - world's first bitcoin and namecoin pool !
Post by: coinotron on July 16, 2011, 07:16:23 AM
Today we’ve launched new version of Coinotron.
Now you can mine namecoins!

In few days difficulty in namecoins chain will decrease from 56000 to 23000.
Mining namecoins should be then very profitable.


Title: Re: [NAMECOINS, 0% fee, LP, bounty] - COINOTRON - new bitcoin and namecoin pool !
Post by: coinotron on July 17, 2011, 10:02:32 AM
10 Gh/s total NMC+BTC !


Title: Re: [10GH/s, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON new bitcoin and namecoin pool !
Post by: coinotron on July 19, 2011, 08:19:52 AM
Yesterday we have found our first Namecoin block !!
After 120 confirmations we will pay out :)

Regards


Title: Re: [15Gh, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoin & namecoin pool!
Post by: coinotron on July 20, 2011, 12:51:40 PM
New hashrate record in our pool :  28 Gh/s !!






Title: Re: [45Gh, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoin & namecoin pool!
Post by: coinotron on July 21, 2011, 07:59:25 AM
New record today : total = 50 Gh/s



Title: Re: [55Gh, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoin & namecoin pool!
Post by: shotgun on July 21, 2011, 05:39:49 PM
Is there a JSON API? I've got all of my 3Ghash in your pool and would like to be able to monitor it without logging in.


Title: Re: [55Gh, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoin & namecoin pool!
Post by: coinotron on July 21, 2011, 06:07:07 PM
There is not JSON api. But it waits in development queue. :)


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: coinotron on July 21, 2011, 09:24:56 PM
It is hard to believe, but we have grown up from 10 Gh/s on Jul 17th to 70 Gh/s  today !!!!

That is 700% in 4 days.

Namecoins rules :)



Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Jine on July 21, 2011, 09:44:20 PM
Expected length of the name: 8
Expected length of the password: 8 - 12


Seriously?!

I won't even register now, and i would suggest no one else does it either.


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: coinotron on July 21, 2011, 09:54:04 PM
Expected length of the name: 8
Expected length of the password: 8 - 12


Seriously?!

I won't even register now, and i would suggest no one else does it either.

Please do your trolling job somewhere else.
Cold regards ;)


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: shotgun on July 21, 2011, 11:29:08 PM
Expected length of the name: 8
Expected length of the password: 8 - 12


Seriously?!

I won't even register now, and i would suggest no one else does it either.


If that's your reason for not joining then mine elsewhere. It's not hard to create a 8 char username and a 8-12 char password. wtf.


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: simonk83 on July 22, 2011, 12:38:43 AM
Any chance of getting more details statistics in the blocks solved page, eg how many shares you contributed and the value received?

The "Current Round Reward" seems to have borked and is just stuck on 0.00000000.  The unconfirmed seems to be updating when a block is solved though.

The "Duration" on the statistics page is wrong as well, eg:

41    16768    2011-07-22 00:28:03    0:31:38    116 to confirm
40    16767    2011-07-22 00:26:17    0:31:38    115 to confirm
39    16757    2011-07-21 23:54:39    0:30:44    105 to confirm
38    16756    2011-07-21 23:49:45    0:30:44    104 to confirm


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Jine on July 22, 2011, 02:55:04 AM
Expected length of the name: 8
Expected length of the password: 8 - 12


Seriously?!

I won't even register now, and i would suggest no one else does it either.

Please do your trolling job somewhere else.
Cold regards ;)

I was dead serious, why the HELL are you limiting the length of passwords?
I can only think of ONE reasons to such a limit:

1) Storing passwords in clear text (VARCHAR(12) for example)

It's pure idiotic to demand low security for passwords on a site that actually handles any kind of currency - virtual or not.


EDIT: Tried out the site with something really, really low security - "password" is 8 chars.
Then the next issue came up - 20 chars limit for e-mails? WTF?

mynameis@hotmail.com makes exactly 20 chars.

I would suggest you to remove the password limit completly, the username limit is up to you - i don't really care.
And increase the e-mail limit to at least the double for people that actually have long emails.

EDIT2:
Also, learn to santize your inputs to avoid these kind of issues:
http://xkcd.com/327/

Full XSS-vuln on frontpage all pages, no CSRF protection, possible SQL-injection issues.
Really, really, really bad security. No santizing of inputs WHAT so ever. Even possible to register with <script>alert(1);</script> :)


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Luke-Jr on July 22, 2011, 03:30:10 AM
I was dead serious, why the HELL are you limiting the length of passwords?
Maybe he uses the same password for the miners (bad idea), which have a limit (I forget what) on length of username+password.


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Jine on July 22, 2011, 03:33:26 AM
I was dead serious, why the HELL are you limiting the length of passwords?
Maybe he uses the same password for the miners (bad idea), which have a limit (I forget what) on length of username+password.

Worker credentials are user-choosen, not using same password.

EDIT:
"-  security is our priority, users passwords are hashed and salted"

Ok, they why the hell? Still, if security IS your priority. I'd suggest you to not take me as a troll, cause that will only make you look like a fool.


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Luke-Jr on July 22, 2011, 03:41:50 AM
I'd suggest you to not take me as a troll, cause that will only make you look like a fool.
I'd suggest he does, since you've been doing an awful lot of trolling lately.

But at the same time, I agree he should work a bit more on the security. ;)


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Jine on July 22, 2011, 03:45:22 AM
I'd suggest he does, since you've been doing an awful lot of trolling lately.

Thats only against you, baby  ;)


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: simonk83 on July 22, 2011, 03:52:39 AM
So payouts need to be done manually (by you) still I assume?   Whenever you're ready ;)


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: simonk83 on July 22, 2011, 08:13:33 AM
We're missing a way to see all previous payouts and amounts as well.    A payout history basically.


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: coinotron on July 22, 2011, 09:02:50 AM
Any chance of getting more details statistics in the blocks solved page, eg how many shares you contributed and the value received?

The "Current Round Reward" seems to have borked and is just stuck on 0.00000000.  The unconfirmed seems to be updating when a block is solved though.

The "Duration" on the statistics page is wrong as well, eg:

41    16768    2011-07-22 00:28:03    0:31:38    116 to confirm
40    16767    2011-07-22 00:26:17    0:31:38    115 to confirm
39    16757    2011-07-21 23:54:39    0:30:44    105 to confirm
38    16756    2011-07-21 23:49:45    0:30:44    104 to confirm

More elaborated statistics were planned for this week. I even started to work on graphs. But this rapid growth of pool during last 2 days is just overwhelming. I'm only answering questions, fighting with bugs and resetting passwords :)

The "Current Round Reward" problem looks strange. I’m not observing such behavior on my account. Are you sure that:
-your workers are working,
-your internet browser is refreshing page properly
Try sign off, close your internet browser, start it again, sing in and check if value has changed.

"Duration" bug is annoying but no calculation depends on these values.

Thanks for this info.


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: simonk83 on July 22, 2011, 09:05:57 AM
The current round issue sorted itself out.   Seems to reoccur every so often but it looks like some sort of delay after a block is solved. 

All good :)


Title: Re: [70Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: coinotron on July 22, 2011, 10:03:26 AM
The current round issue sorted itself out.   Seems to reoccur every so often but it looks like some sort of delay after a block is solved. 

All good :)

You are right. Current round reward calculations are performed in batch, every 5 minutes.
I forgot about it, answering your previous post.
:)


Title: Re: [85Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: de4l on July 22, 2011, 05:00:02 PM
what's up with the NMC payouts? Mining solo I would have earned a block in the time that I only get 14nmc on your pool?

edit: not really an accusation, but it seems like they're really low, just looking for any explanation?


Title: Re: [85Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Clipse on July 22, 2011, 05:46:14 PM
what's up with the NMC payouts? Mining solo I would have earned a block in the time that I only get 14nmc on your pool?

edit: not really an accusation, but it seems like they're really low, just looking for any explanation?

You may have caught an unlucky period, Ive been on mining for last day and i can surely tell you overall ive earned more btc than I would have solo'd, so i got a big piece of the luck ;)


Title: Re: [85Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: coinotron on July 22, 2011, 05:50:45 PM
what's up with the NMC payouts? Mining solo I would have earned a block in the time that I only get 14nmc on your pool?

edit: not really an accusation, but it seems like they're really low, just looking for any explanation?

There are very fast rounds. Fastest I remember took only 11 seconds!
Maybe you were unlucky to deliver enough shares.
Please email me your username and email address and I will look into it.


Title: Re: [100Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: simonk83 on July 22, 2011, 09:58:18 PM
I'm the same actually unfortunately.  Mined all day at the pool yesterday and only came away with 15NMC.   


Title: Re: [100Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: shotgun on July 22, 2011, 10:57:03 PM
People need to put more ghash into the BTC pool at CoinoTron - we're never going to solve a block if it's just me and one 600mhash guy, and we a lot of shares actively submitted that are never going to payout if no one mines BTC. Maybe some people can put 50% of the mhash into BTC? Please!

BTW, the stats are reporting my Mhash incorrectly. It says I have 1.037Ghash but I actually am running (confirmed on my cards and proxy), 3.2ghash/s. What is the averaging time period for the stats mhash/s value?


Title: Re: [100Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: coinotron on July 23, 2011, 12:01:57 AM
People need to put more ghash into the BTC pool at CoinoTron - we're never going to solve a block if it's just me and one 600mhash guy, and we a lot of shares actively submitted that are never going to payout if no one mines BTC. Maybe some people can put 50% of the mhash into BTC? Please!

BTW, the stats are reporting my Mhash incorrectly. It says I have 1.037Ghash but I actually am running (confirmed on my cards and proxy), 3.2ghash/s. What is the averaging time period for the stats mhash/s value?

I appreciate your work shotgun. Actually I'm considering some kind of lonely miner award for you :) or title: the Last of the Mohicans.
You are totally right. People got mad about namecoins. When tomorrow difficulty rise over 100,  “the last will be first, and the first will be last”.
My only hope is that they stay and mine BTC.

Regarding your hashrate. – I see c.a. 2400 in BTC and 300 in NMC. Averaging period is 10 minutes.



Title: Re: [100Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Clipse on July 23, 2011, 12:20:08 AM
People need to put more ghash into the BTC pool at CoinoTron - we're never going to solve a block if it's just me and one 600mhash guy, and we a lot of shares actively submitted that are never going to payout if no one mines BTC. Maybe some people can put 50% of the mhash into BTC? Please!

BTW, the stats are reporting my Mhash incorrectly. It says I have 1.037Ghash but I actually am running (confirmed on my cards and proxy), 3.2ghash/s. What is the averaging time period for the stats mhash/s value?

I appreciate your work shotgun. Actually I'm considering some kind of lonely miner award for you :) or title: the Last of the Mohicans.
You are totally right. People got mad about namecoins. When tomorrow difficulty rise over 100,  “the last will be first, and the first will be last”.
My only hope is that they stay and mine BTC.

Regarding your hashrate. – I see c.a. 2400 in BTC and 300 in NMC. Averaging period is 10 minutes.



Most likely a huge portion will leave after nmc rush however you might want to consider paying some incentive promotional BTC out of your own pocket during the month of july in order to keep users and make things grow onwards after nmc rush.



Title: Re: [100Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: shotgun on July 23, 2011, 04:13:40 AM
People need to put more ghash into the BTC pool at CoinoTron - we're never going to solve a block if it's just me and one 600mhash guy, and we a lot of shares actively submitted that are never going to payout if no one mines BTC. Maybe some people can put 50% of the mhash into BTC? Please!

BTW, the stats are reporting my Mhash incorrectly. It says I have 1.037Ghash but I actually am running (confirmed on my cards and proxy), 3.2ghash/s. What is the averaging time period for the stats mhash/s value?

I appreciate your work shotgun. Actually I'm considering some kind of lonely miner award for you :) or title: the Last of the Mohicans.
You are totally right. People got mad about namecoins. When tomorrow difficulty rise over 100,  “the last will be first, and the first will be last”.
My only hope is that they stay and mine BTC.

Regarding your hashrate. – I see c.a. 2400 in BTC and 300 in NMC. Averaging period is 10 minutes.



Well, at this point I'm just going to keep my ghash there and hope I find a block soon :P ... I have 4 more cards coming next week so expect that hashrate to jump a bit ;)


Title: Re: [130Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: shotgun on July 23, 2011, 06:32:26 AM
There's something wrong with the pool server - the miners keep getting empty queues and sitting idle. I've been forced to switch back to BTCguild for the time being until the Coinotron pool servers respond correctly. @ other pools right now I get zero idle time and no empty queues. Kind of starting to feel like I've wasted 1.5 days mining here, which means I've not made 2BTC when I should have. What is going on?


Title: Re: [130Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Dimsum on July 23, 2011, 05:19:35 PM
signed up to mine NMC, but GUIminer gives password / username errors. I checked - they are fine. I'm going to take a wild stab and asume that these errors are because GUIminer is looking for the namecoin exe? I think what your help instructions on the site are missing is actually telling people to get the name coin exe and where to place it so that GUIminer can work with it.

I don't have any issues with GUIminer and the 3 pools I am using - just coinotron and NMC mining. Help!


Title: Re: [130Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Jine on July 23, 2011, 07:16:50 PM
... OP you actually put a max-lenght on the add-workers function aswell - but WITHOUT fixing the XSS issue? Haha.

To everybody else:
This pool is INSECURE.

If it had a "instant payout" or similar, i could easily steal your coin's without you even noticing - or worse, spread a worm that stole everybody's coins.
(Not that I would ever to something like that, but i really, really suggest that OP do read a fucking basic course in web security.)


Title: Re: [130Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: coinotron on July 23, 2011, 09:34:40 PM
To everybody else:
This pool is INSECURE.

If it had a "instant payout" or similar, i could easily steal your coin's without you even noticing - or worse, spread a worm that stole everybody's coins.

OK. That does it. I've reported your behavior to moderator.


Title: Re: [130Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: Clipse on July 23, 2011, 09:40:15 PM
... OP you actually put a max-lenght on the add-workers function aswell - but WITHOUT fixing the XSS issue? Haha.

To everybody else:
This pool is INSECURE.

If it had a "instant payout" or similar, i could easily steal your coin's without you even noticing - or worse, spread a worm that stole everybody's coins.
(Not that I would ever to something like that, but i really, really suggest that OP do read a fucking basic course in web security.)

If it had rainbows, it would have rained aswell ?

You do realise there isnt an instant payout cause he is fixing up stuff still and manually processing payouts atm ?

Why keep trolling his thread with "if this, then I could do that" situations.


Title: Re: [130Gh-max, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: DiabloD3 on July 23, 2011, 11:19:02 PM
... OP you actually put a max-lenght on the add-workers function aswell - but WITHOUT fixing the XSS issue? Haha.

To everybody else:
This pool is INSECURE.

If it had a "instant payout" or similar, i could easily steal your coin's without you even noticing - or worse, spread a worm that stole everybody's coins.
(Not that I would ever to something like that, but i really, really suggest that OP do read a fucking basic course in web security.)

Jine, consider this an official warning. Go troll elsewhere.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: kubi on July 25, 2011, 11:49:34 AM
Some Feature would be nice:
  • Total Shares of current BTC/NMC Block
  • Link to this Forum
  • Link to an IRC-Channle


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, bounty, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - bitcoins & namecoins
Post by: coinotron on July 30, 2011, 07:29:18 AM
After month of painful waiting we solved our 1st BTC block :)



Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - solved 1st BTC block !!!!
Post by: kubi on July 31, 2011, 09:00:06 AM
Yes, finaly we did it.
Block is confirmed and I received my first coinotron BTC's.

Kubi


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - solved 1st BTC block !!!!
Post by: joulesbeef on August 03, 2011, 03:14:21 AM
so how often are the payouts? I'd like to cash in my pitiful amount of namecoins


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, NAMECOINS] - COINOTRON - solved 1st BTC block !!!!
Post by: coinotron on August 10, 2011, 09:47:39 AM
so how often are the payouts? I'd like to cash in my pitiful amount of namecoins

Usually 2-3 times a day.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC] - COINOTRON - new IXCOINS !!!
Post by: coinotron on August 12, 2011, 07:30:08 PM
Today we introduced to our pool support for ixcoins.

Currently difficulty in ixcoins chain is pretty low. So we can mine a lot of coins :)


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC] - COINOTRON - new IXCOINS !!!
Post by: Zoomer on August 14, 2011, 12:16:08 AM
I tried this pool out for the ixcoins support. Unfortunately, I messed up and submitted more than 400 shares to port 8344 before realizing something was wrong. Are these shares lost forever?

I switched it and the shares seems to be going by a ton faster. Weird.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC] - COINOTRON - new IXCOINS !!!
Post by: coinotron on August 14, 2011, 07:34:34 AM
I'm sorry to hear that. I didn't test such scenario so here are my speculations:

When you tried to connect to port 8344 you didn't send any shares but info that you want get new work when new block will be found. Server responded to your miner when there was new block, sending to you new piece of work.
I'm not 100% sure how your miner program handled this situation. But it should rather reject these messages.
In my database first proper share received from you 2011-08-14 00:10:59.890 (assuming your username is zoomerzaos). If you remember when you switched to 8322 this should answer your question.




Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC] - COINOTRON - new IXCOINS !!!
Post by: Jack of Diamonds on August 14, 2011, 07:50:34 AM
Today we introduced to our pool support for ixcoins.

Currently difficulty in ixcoins chain is pretty low. So we can mine a lot of coins :)

What is the point of wasting GPU cycles on something, entirely created by the owner of the blockchain, to attempt enriching himself?

It offers *nothing* bitcoin doesn't, it has zero incentive for adaption, all the easy coins were mined & are being distributed like candy on the forum

Plus the owner is under a pseudonym (by a surname that does not exist)
& using a photo of a japanese actor called Hiroyuki Sanada.

Identical to BTC down to the supposed japanese author and front site
At least namecoin has a purpose


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC] - COINOTRON - new IXCOINS !!!
Post by: Zoomer on August 14, 2011, 01:52:18 PM
I'm sorry to hear that. I didn't test such scenario so here are my speculations:

When you tried to connect to port 8344 you didn't send any shares but info that you want get new work when new block will be found. Server responded to your miner when there was new block, sending to you new piece of work.
I'm not 100% sure how your miner program handled this situation. But it should rather reject these messages.
In my database first proper share received from you 2011-08-14 00:10:59.890 (assuming your username is zoomerzaos). If you remember when you switched to 8322 this should answer your question.




Thanks for the response, I just changed the server from ars and forgot to check the port. The miner appeared to be mining, so I left it alone for a while. I'm entirely sure what happened, but given the small amount of shares, it's not a big deal. Nice pool by the way, my stales are much less than 1%.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC] - COINOTRON - new IXCOINS !!!
Post by: coinotron on August 14, 2011, 03:52:34 PM
Thanks for the response, I just changed the server from ars and forgot to check the port. The miner appeared to be mining, so I left it alone for a while. I'm entirely sure what happened, but given the small amount of shares, it's not a big deal. Nice pool by the way, my stales are much less than 1%.

I'm glad that you like our setup. Currently stales may be even higher than usually because of ixcoin rush. Yesterday shortest round lasted only 16 sec! 
Regarding stales we are quite liberal. We accept shares even few seconds after new block. But we don't accept the same work sent twice, works from other pools :) , etc.


Title: Re: [60 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC] - COINOTRON - new IXCOINS !!!
Post by: ewibit on August 15, 2011, 05:57:43 PM
still waiting for JSON api...


Title: Re: [60 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC, I0C] - COINOTRON - new I0COINS !!!
Post by: coinotron on August 17, 2011, 02:45:38 AM
I've added I0coins to Coinotron.

Now you can mine for BTC, NMC, IXC or I0C

Please visit our pool.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC, I0C, SC] - COINOTRON - new worker type: AUTO
Post by: coinotron on August 24, 2011, 02:46:32 PM
2011-08-24 New functions added:

- new worker type: AUTO ( Systems automatically chooses what coin to mine for. There is no need to point your workers to other sites, ports etc. Just choose AUTO option for worker and everything will be done by system! Calculation is based on current exchange rates, difficulties and number of coins generated in blocks. )
- support for SolidCoins
- profitability ratio for each coin type - you see what coin is best to mine
- user interface improvements


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC, I0C, SC] - COINOTRON - new worker type: AUTO
Post by: shaun5000 on August 25, 2011, 05:08:28 AM
On your system I would like  Way to see the shares submitted while on auto. Also It would be cool if you could post the BTC to ALT currency exchange rate directly on the main page, next to the ratio. Most importantly, while the mining is on auto select, an automatic selling feature of the coins mined to ensure that BTC is gained and not lost by missing the sell window. As even if it was more profitable to mine an ALT currency at a specific time, it would be usless if one missed the sell window at the given price that made the mining worthwhile.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC, I0C, SC] - COINOTRON - new worker type: AUTO
Post by: coinotron on August 25, 2011, 07:22:42 AM
On your system I would like  Way to see the shares submitted while on auto. Also It would be cool if you could post the BTC to ALT currency exchange rate directly on the main page, next to the ratio. Most importantly, while the mining is on auto select, an automatic selling feature of the coins mined to ensure that BTC is gained and not lost by missing the sell window. As even if it was more profitable to mine an ALT currency at a specific time, it would be usless if one missed the sell window at the given price that made the mining worthwhile.

shares on auto
I've done it but worked slowly and temporarly turned it off ( There is no index in database to support required select )

BTC to ALT currency exchange rate directly on the main page, next to the ratio
I will add it and probaly I will add difficulty too

Most importantly, while the mining is on auto select, an automatic selling feature of the coins mined to ensure that BTC is gained and not lost by missing the sell window.

You are right. That would be cool option.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC, I0C, SC] - COINOTRON - new worker type: AUTO
Post by: shaun5000 on August 25, 2011, 02:26:36 PM
You could do it by trading the ALT coins on your own, or a different bitparking account and then posting the coins to our coinotron account. Also since we are on the topic of auto switching mining between coins, how about submitting 1 share to each of the mining pools and then sharing in the bounty of all the pools. It could be thought of as a kind of merged mining without the actual need to merge the block chains.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC, I0C, SC] - COINOTRON - new worker type: AUTO
Post by: shaun5000 on August 25, 2011, 02:46:22 PM
Other simple options I thought would be great to add; could you include in the 'My Account' screen a count of how many coins have been mined in the last 24 hours. That will give us some ideas as to how our mining is actually doing.


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC, I0C, SC] - COINOTRON - new worker type: AUTO
Post by: coinotron on August 26, 2011, 08:32:09 AM
Other simple options I thought would be great to add; could you include in the 'My Account' screen a count of how many coins have been mined in the last 24 hours. That will give us some ideas as to how our mining is actually doing.

I understand that you are taking about coins mined by actually logged in user.
OK. I added this idea to the list of new requirements. :)


Title: Re: [30 Gh/s, 0%, LP, BTC, NMC, IXC, I0C, SC] - COINOTRON - new worker type: AUTO
Post by: coinotron on August 26, 2011, 09:42:27 AM
You could do it by trading the ALT coins on your own, or a different bitparking account and then posting the coins to our coinotron account.

Yes that solution is obvious but has disadvantages. It generates a lot of manual work for pool operator (trading at bitparking, runnung batches, answering all questions relatated to exchange rates. )

Personally I would prefer some kind of automated exchange but since bitparking doesn't provide us with api it is actually not feasible.

Also since we are on the topic of auto switching mining between coins, how about submitting 1 share to each of the mining pools and then sharing in the bounty of all the pools. It could be thought of as a kind of merged mining without the actual need to merge the block chains.

ATM it will not work because client for each blockchain requires different proof of work. As far as I'm know merged mining addresses this issue by changing block acceptance algorithm.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Technomage on August 26, 2011, 11:18:57 AM
A lot of miner idle today, way too much. This pool can't take over 60 ghash which is fairly poor performance. Update us when you have done something about this.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Clipse on August 26, 2011, 02:15:51 PM
pool seems down now, sigh.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 26, 2011, 02:29:56 PM
I Apologize for outage.
There was disk failure in hosting company. They swap it for new one. But now they report issues with ip addresses.

I'm waiting for info from them.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Clipse on August 26, 2011, 02:44:59 PM
getting lowest stales on your pool, bring her back ;)


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 26, 2011, 04:24:34 PM
OK. Server is up and running !

Lets hope that his new disk will last for a while :)

Once again I apologize for the inconvenience.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Clipse on August 26, 2011, 04:28:38 PM
nope its down again.

Went up and down twice :/

Also round doesnt seem to count on ?


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 26, 2011, 04:46:09 PM
Yes it worked until I've run statistics update. Then server slowed down.

They say that RAID is in rebuild mode and that may impact performance.
Actually it is killing performance.
One restart more.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: shaun5000 on August 26, 2011, 04:53:32 PM
site still down, any thought on when it might be up?


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 26, 2011, 05:16:18 PM
Unfortunately RAID must be rebuild in offline mode. Process should end in 3 hours.

Please check out coinotron in 3 hours.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Clipse on August 26, 2011, 10:35:01 PM
any progress ?


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 26, 2011, 10:41:21 PM
Still waiting. :(


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Clipse on August 27, 2011, 01:25:34 AM
Cool seems its back up.

Can you fix the roundtime since I have no idea when a round finished in this case and poolspeed I think is also stuck.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: djex on August 27, 2011, 03:20:51 AM
Still down?


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 27, 2011, 07:08:49 AM
Yes still down. And no new info from hosting company.
Fortunately wallets and db backup are safe :)



Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Clipse on August 27, 2011, 07:38:22 PM
Longest raid recovery ever :)


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 28, 2011, 02:08:25 AM
Sadly, you are right. If only this hosting company was closer to place where I live I would go there and wreak havoc on them.
 But 200 km - my rage is not that strong :)

But seriously, there is new server, old wallets and bitcoin client about to finish downloading blocks.
In 1-2 hours pool will be up.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 28, 2011, 03:13:05 AM
Good news everyone.

Pool and website are up and running.

All critical data are successfully recovered.

Once again I apologize for all inconveniences.



Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Botanix on August 29, 2011, 11:50:22 AM
All good now. Great pool. Thanks


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Clipse on August 30, 2011, 12:09:33 PM
Are you having issues with pay outs on i0coins?

I just checked to see how the pool runs at low difficulty and had confirmed payout "processed" I guess since it was confirmed then removed after it hit payout threshold.

The payout however isnt/didnt reach my wallet after nearly 100blocks now.


Title: Re: [50 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 1200
Post by: coinotron on August 30, 2011, 12:14:08 PM
I0Coins are again available.
Current profitability ratio vs BTC = 4 !!!


Title: Re: [50 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 1200
Post by: Clipse on August 30, 2011, 12:19:49 PM
I0Coins are again available.
Current profitability ratio vs BTC = 4 !!!

Any comment on my question above? I dont see it worthwhile mining i0coins on coinotron when the payouts isnt reaching my wallet after being removed from coinotron.


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: coinotron on August 30, 2011, 12:22:44 PM
Are you having issues with pay outs on i0coins?

I just checked to see how the pool runs at low difficulty and had confirmed payout "processed" I guess since it was confirmed then removed after it hit payout threshold.

The payout however isnt/didnt reach my wallet after nearly 100blocks now.

Payouts are being sent and received without issues. What is your login name at coinotron. Maybe you entered BTC address for payout?


Title: Re: [75 Gh/s, 0%, LP] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + SolidCoins
Post by: Clipse on August 30, 2011, 12:27:14 PM
Are you having issues with pay outs on i0coins?

I just checked to see how the pool runs at low difficulty and had confirmed payout "processed" I guess since it was confirmed then removed after it hit payout threshold.

The payout however isnt/didnt reach my wallet after nearly 100blocks now.

Payouts are being sent and received without issues. What is your login name at coinotron. Maybe you entered BTC address for payout?

Of course I entered my i0coin wallet, Ill pm you my details.


Title: Re: [50 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 1200
Post by: Clipse on August 30, 2011, 12:49:12 PM
Ok Im starting to receive the payouts.

Did something go wrong with the unconfirmed box, thats why I got confused since there was listed the unconfirmed then it got cleared.

However it is starting to payout now so I think it was just pending still, unless you just fixed something :)


Title: Re: [50 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 1200
Post by: coinotron on August 30, 2011, 12:57:06 PM
OK. You setup everything correctly.
There is small bug in pool. It doesn't harm any rewards or payouts but is confusing.
When rounds are superfast sometimes process which calculates unconfirmed rewards misses them.
So you don't see unconfirmed rewards for these fast rounds. But when block is confirmed, comes second process and calculates confirmed rewards. After that process payouts are being sent.

When you wrote your messages your shares were submitted to these unfortunate rounds. But now blocks are confirmed and payouts are being sent. Please check it out on your profile.

Apologies for the invonvenience.

PS
I’m fighting with this bug  but it is very hard to pin point.


Title: Re: [50 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 1200
Post by: Clipse on August 30, 2011, 01:06:13 PM
Not a big problem now that I realised whats happening :)

I will just keep my eye on the confirmed block process on stats page :)


Title: Re: [50 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 1200
Post by: coinotron on August 30, 2011, 01:11:16 PM
And I will try to amend that f...ing bug :)


Title: Re: [90 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 1800
Post by: Clipse on August 30, 2011, 04:42:43 PM
arg coinotron is dying now with over 100gh traffic :/

Was running smooth with no idles and now sheet hit the fan :/


Title: Re: [90 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 1800
Post by: coinotron on August 30, 2011, 05:43:08 PM
arg coinotron is dying now with over 100gh traffic :/

Was running smooth with no idles and now sheet hit the fan :/

Coinotron solves ca 1/3 of all i0coin blocks.
New blocks are solved so quickly that often new one is found while server is sending long pool works fro previous block !



Title: Re: [150 Gh/s] COINOTRON, new worker: AUTO + I0Coins at difficulty 2500
Post by: shaun5000 on August 30, 2011, 09:38:32 PM
We really need to figure out how do an auto sell feature to ensure we can actually make money (BTC) based on the benifet that auto switch mining provides, any suggestions?


Title: Re: [150 Gh/s] COINOTRON, all coins, worker AUTO - mining the most profitable coin
Post by: Clipse on September 01, 2011, 04:03:39 PM
Heya

Are you going to sort out the autopayments anytime soon? I have lumps of queued confirmed coins that havnt paid out since yesterday. Payouts went smooth before then, is this known issue ?


Title: Re: [150 Gh/s] COINOTRON, all coins, worker AUTO - mining the most profitable coin
Post by: BitcoinRigs.com on September 01, 2011, 04:32:30 PM
Very low stales. Excellent pool!


Title: Re: [150 Gh/s] COINOTRON, all coins, worker AUTO - mining the most profitable coin
Post by: Syke on September 01, 2011, 10:45:33 PM
Where's the on-demand payout button? I need to cash out my 20 iocoins.


Title: Re: [150 Gh/s] COINOTRON, all coins, worker AUTO - mining the most profitable coin
Post by: coinotron on September 04, 2011, 10:59:40 AM
Where's the on-demand payout button? I need to cash out my 20 iocoins.

Change payout threshold to 19 and press "Save" :)


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: coinotron on September 07, 2011, 09:51:56 AM
We have 1000 registered users !


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: n4l3hp on September 08, 2011, 06:57:12 AM
Why is my SC confirmed balance negative? (-0.13310114)


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: coinotron on September 09, 2011, 07:23:25 AM
Why is my SC confirmed balance negative? (-0.13310114)
Please post your username to coinotron@gmail.com


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: Coinbuck @ BTCLot on September 11, 2011, 06:49:58 PM
http://i.imgur.com/WDrAq.png


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: Coinbuck @ BTCLot on September 11, 2011, 08:08:38 PM

Moonco.in is down so no way to get the data used for that..

I didn't knew it was using external data :\

Any info about moonco.in downtime ?


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: pixilated8 on September 12, 2011, 12:49:26 AM


Moonco.in is down so no way to get the data used for that..

I didn't knew it was using external data :\

Any info about moonco.in downtime ?


Solidcoin24.com has an API that could be used as a backup/alternative.


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: coinotron on September 12, 2011, 07:56:15 AM
Yes, but with their current transactions volume it would be misleading.
For example since yesterday they have bid=0.009 ask=0.0125


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: Coinbuck @ BTCLot on September 12, 2011, 02:03:03 PM
Yes, but with their current transactions volume it would be misleading.
For example since yesterday they have bid=0.009 ask=0.0125

And today it is at 0.00750019 BTC O.o


Title: Re: [150 G] COINOTRON, solidcoins,btc,nmc,i0c,ixc, AUTO mine most profitable coin
Post by: coinotron on September 13, 2011, 08:34:27 AM
2011-09-13  New features added.

1. New improved version of AUTO worker is available. Now you can choose what coins can be mined using this kind of worker!  For example if you want to enable automated mining only on SC and BTC :
- go to “My account” page
- set checkboxes in column “Auto” for BTC and SC
- deselect other coins
- click “Save” button

2. Realtime calculated hash speed of workers

3. Performance improvements.


Title: Re: [150 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: MaGNeT on September 13, 2011, 09:30:06 PM
How do I get my username of the "statistics" page?

It's easy for hackers if they know at least a username and compare it to a list of passwords (stolen from forums, mtgox, etc).

Disable button (BTCmine does have this) would be nice.


Title: Re: [150 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on September 13, 2011, 10:16:05 PM
How do I get my username of the "statistics" page?

It's easy for hackers if they know at least a username and compare it to a list of passwords (stolen from forums, mtgox, etc).

Disable button (BTCmine does have this) would be nice.

It is on to-do list. I just waited for first complaing person. And voila :)
Will be done.



Title: Re: [150 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: MaGNeT on September 13, 2011, 10:37:27 PM
How do I get my username of the "statistics" page?

It's easy for hackers if they know at least a username and compare it to a list of passwords (stolen from forums, mtgox, etc).

Disable button (BTCmine does have this) would be nice.

It is on to-do list. I just waited for first complaing person. And voila :)
Will be done.



Maybe a nickname and an accountname, so you can still show up in the stats with your nickname without showing your accountname.
Would be safer and still be fun :P


Title: Re: [150 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on September 14, 2011, 07:11:29 AM
How do I get my username of the "statistics" page?

It's easy for hackers if they know at least a username and compare it to a list of passwords (stolen from forums, mtgox, etc).

Disable button (BTCmine does have this) would be nice.

It is on to-do list. I just waited for first complaing person. And voila :)
Will be done.



Maybe a nickname and an accountname, so you can still show up in the stats with your nickname without showing your accountname.
Would be safer and still be fun :P

It will be confusing for majority of users. I'm registered in email service where you have your email name-address and also a nickname. I never know what should I use when I'm signing in.


Title: Re: [71 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on September 20, 2011, 03:51:22 PM
2011-09-20  New features:

1. Two new columns in statistics: number of shares and difficulty at the time when block has been solved
2. For NMC, IXC, I0C, SC added links to multichain block explorer http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/ (http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/)
3. Links to multichain block explorer from user payouts list.
4. Pool's performance improvements - miners idle warnings almost eliminated!



Title: Re: [71 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: amazingrando on September 27, 2011, 06:44:44 PM
2011-09-20  New features:

1. Two new columns in statistics: number of shares and difficulty at the time when block has been solved
2. For NMC, IXC, I0C, SC added links to multichain block explorer http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/ (http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/)
3. Links to multichain block explorer from user payouts list.
4. Pool's performance improvements - miners idle warnings almost eliminated!



Is there an ETA on the JSON API?


Title: Re: [71 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on September 28, 2011, 12:58:41 PM
Is there an ETA on the JSON API?

Atm no, there isn't. I'm working on pool improvements and integration with Solidcoin 2.0


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on September 28, 2011, 01:29:43 PM
2011-09-28 New enhanced version of to auto-worker.

1. We've added possibility to set handicap for each coin. It affects algorithm of selection of most profitable coin. It can be used together with auto-worker. It works just like handicap in soccer betting.
If you prefer some coin over others you can set handicap to positive value. This coin will be selected for mining even if its profitability is below 1.0.
If you set negative value then coin will be selected only when its profitability is much higher than profitability of other coins.

Let's see how it works. Let's assume that we are interested only in BTC or I0C mining and BTC profitability is equal 1.

Example 1.
User wants to mine i0coins even if their profitability is below 1. He sets I0C handicap to +15%. Worker will be switched to I0C at I0C profitability = 0.87 ( 1/(1 + 15%) ). Below 0.87, worker will mine BTC.

Example 2.
User wants to mine i0coins only if they are significantly more valuable than BTC. He sets I0C handicap to -20%. Worker will be switched to I0C at I0C profitability = 1.25 ( 1/(1 - 20%) ). Below 1.25, worker will mine BTC.
 


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Mousepotato on October 01, 2011, 04:26:44 PM
Any plans for a Geist Geld option?


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 02, 2011, 10:08:43 AM
Any plans for a Geist Geld option?
Honestly I'm afraid of these 1-2 sec rounds. This will generate a lot of network traffic that may stress my VPS server too much :)
Instead I'm considering Tenebrix. Solidcoins 2.0 will be available as soon as it is restarted.


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: MaGNeT on October 02, 2011, 12:35:21 PM
Any plans for a Geist Geld option?
Honestly I'm afraid of these 1-2 sec rounds. This will generate a lot of network traffic that may stress my VPS server too much :)
Instead I'm considering Tenebrix. Solidcoins 2.0 will be available as soon as it is restarted.

Simplecoin.us can do it...


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on October 07, 2011, 07:11:58 PM
Are the auto payouts via send threshold for BTC broken ?


Title: Re: [ 2 GH/s, 0% fee, LP ] ------------ Coinotron.com ------------
Post by: Eveofwar on October 08, 2011, 08:28:08 AM
Quote
So it's not really proportional, or is it? (Can you explain a bit more about your reward system?)

Here you have exact formula :

Share Score = exp ( C * time span from beginning of the round to share delivery time / round duration )

Payout = 50 * sum( miner’s share scores ) / sum( all miners share scores )

For C = 0 we have Share Score = 1 for each delivered share i.e system is proportional.
When we raise C value, system becomes similar to Slush’s method. Most precious are shares delivered at the end of the round.

Currently we use C = 0 – pool is small, round duration is measured in days.
But when we observe increase of pool-hoopers activity we will set this value to about 6.

How has this changed, if at all, for the BTC side ?


Title: Re: [ 2 GH/s, 0% fee, LP ] ------------ Coinotron.com ------------
Post by: coinotron on October 08, 2011, 11:36:10 AM
Quote
So it's not really proportional, or is it? (Can you explain a bit more about your reward system?)

Here you have exact formula :

Share Score = exp ( C * time span from beginning of the round to share delivery time / round duration )

Payout = 50 * sum( miner’s share scores ) / sum( all miners share scores )

For C = 0 we have Share Score = 1 for each delivered share i.e system is proportional.
When we raise C value, system becomes similar to Slush’s method. Most precious are shares delivered at the end of the round.

Currently we use C = 0 – pool is small, round duration is measured in days.
But when we observe increase of pool-hoopers activity we will set this value to about 6.

How has this changed, if at all, for the BTC side ?

It didn't change for BTC.


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 08, 2011, 11:37:48 AM
Are the auto payouts via send threshold for BTC broken ?

No they are working fine.
If you have problems please check if payout address is valid and payout threshold > 0.5 BTC


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 08, 2011, 12:13:44 PM
Any plans for a Geist Geld option?
Honestly I'm afraid of these 1-2 sec rounds. This will generate a lot of network traffic that may stress my VPS server too much :)
Instead I'm considering Tenebrix. Solidcoins 2.0 will be available as soon as it is restarted.

I like the free market approach to all these forks as opposed to DoucheExpress' dictatorial approach... So here is an idea for the people who want GG in coinotron:

Try a donation/inverse-bounty payable in any of the currencies you work with such that when whatever $$ amount is reached to be able to upgrade your server big enough to support the extra load you will upgrade and add it?

If GG has enough supporters it shouldn't take too long to drum up the cash to upgrade the server(s) I would imagine?  Plus you might get some donations from other chains hoping to monopolize on the shared increased performance to them as well?

It may not be feasible but if so this could be a good idea for you.

That is very good idea. And it looks feasible, although there will be some work to perform. If it works, I will send you a bounty :)


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on October 08, 2011, 06:18:48 PM
Are the auto payouts via send threshold for BTC broken ?

No they are working fine.
If you have problems please check if payout address is valid and payout threshold > 0.5 BTC

No where on the website does it state that the threshold has to be > 0.5, might want to fix that.


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 08, 2011, 09:49:55 PM
Are the auto payouts via send threshold for BTC broken ?

No they are working fine.
If you have problems please check if payout address is valid and payout threshold > 0.5 BTC

No where on the website does it state that the threshold has to be > 0.5, might want to fix that.

It is stated on Help page, in section Payments.


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on October 08, 2011, 10:31:06 PM
Are the auto payouts via send threshold for BTC broken ?

No they are working fine.
If you have problems please check if payout address is valid and payout threshold > 0.5 BTC

No where on the website does it state that the threshold has to be > 0.5, might want to fix that.

It is stated on Help page, in section Payments.

Interesting, somewhat hidden ;)


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 09, 2011, 09:49:17 PM
Interesting, somewhat hidden ;)

I'm planning to lower this threshold for BTC to 0.1 :)


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on October 09, 2011, 09:50:56 PM
Interesting, somewhat hidden ;)

I'm planning to lower this threshold for BTC to 0.1 :)

Ah, much appreciated and I'm sure it would be desired by many.

Maybe even a note on the My Account page stating the same minimum threshold is needed ?  Not just on the help page !


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: WiseOldOwl on October 12, 2011, 03:06:00 PM
Wondering how to withdraw SC?


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: pixilated8 on October 14, 2011, 10:33:44 AM
Bitcoin round appears to be stuck at 125h10m, and no statistics for the top bitcoin miners.


Title: Re: [100 GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, solidcoins, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 14, 2011, 05:19:03 PM
Bitcoin round appears to be stuck at 125h10m, and no statistics for the top bitcoin miners.

Yesterday I had to disable statistics calculation due to performance issues caused by high load in SolidCoin 2 sub-pool. Currently only lists of solved blocks are being refreshed. Best miners and main pool stats are not refreshed. 
I hope to re-enable those stats soon.


Title: Re: [??? GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin 2.0, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 15, 2011, 09:42:11 PM
FYI

All statistics are working again.


Title: Re: [??? GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin 2.0, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on October 15, 2011, 09:48:16 PM
FYI

All statistics are working again.

Any plans for round shares and/or a JSON API feed ?


Title: Re: [??? GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin 2.0, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 16, 2011, 08:26:15 AM
FYI

All statistics are working again.

Any plans for round shares and/or a JSON API feed ?

First on the list are performance improvements, merged mining, new currency.
JSON API and more detailed stats will be implemented but not in upcoming 2-3 weeks.


Title: Re: [??? GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin 2.0, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: pixilated8 on October 20, 2011, 06:08:29 PM
Congratulations on adding litecoin (LTC) to the site.

It was added right above namecoin in the list of the types of coins that are allowed to mine.  My automined coins were set between bitcoin and namecoin (the rest were unchecked).  With the addition of litecoin, bitcoin and litecoin were checked, namecoin was unchecked.  You may want to check your settings to make sure your automined coins are set properly.


Title: Re: [??? GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin 2.0, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 20, 2011, 07:45:52 PM
Congratulations on adding litecoin (LTC) to the site.

It was added right above namecoin in the list of the types of coins that are allowed to mine.  My automined coins were set between bitcoin and namecoin (the rest were unchecked).  With the addition of litecoin, bitcoin and litecoin were checked, namecoin was unchecked.  You may want to check your settings to make sure your automined coins are set properly.

Thanks :)

FYI
Please do not use worker type AUTO for mining LTC. Currently auto works only for BTC and NMC.
Tomorrow I'm going to implement auto-worker for CPU based currencies: SC and LTC.


Title: Re: [48 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: bizzy on October 21, 2011, 02:08:22 AM
Nice to see a new mining option (LiteCoin) - I hadn't even heard of it yet!

My "Current Round Rewards" seems to be stuck at zero even though I've been participating in the current round - any idea why that might be? Thanks


Title: Re: [48 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 21, 2011, 05:41:57 PM
Nice to see a new mining option (LiteCoin) - I hadn't even heard of it yet!

My "Current Round Rewards" seems to be stuck at zero even though I've been participating in the current round - any idea why that might be? Thanks

Due to performance issues I had to temporally suspend some stats related jobs and job calculating current round rewards.
In the following days we will move pool to new dedicated server (now it runs on VPS). I hope that will stop performance issues we experience currently.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 23, 2011, 10:56:38 AM
This morning (Oct 23) Coinotron was down for 6 hours.
We had some serious performance problems. We would like to compensate you for this outage.
On 24 or 25 Oct we will move pool to new dedicated server.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: superfastkyle on October 23, 2011, 09:22:05 PM
Any plans to ever implement merged mining for namecoins. Should help keep miners from leaving on long rounds


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: amazingrando on October 24, 2011, 06:31:41 AM
Any plans to ever implement merged mining for namecoins. Should help keep miners from leaving on long rounds

+1 for merged mining!


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 24, 2011, 08:15:09 AM
Any plans to ever implement merged mining for namecoins. Should help keep miners from leaving on long rounds

After we move to new server. Soon. :)


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: soptik on October 26, 2011, 08:48:09 AM
Does anynone has problem with mining SC on coinotron pool? Mining seems working in miner (khs are showing, shares are sending), but account balance is still the same (at least 10 hours), pool stats for SC are strange too (last 15 blocks has still "14 to conf." status). And withdrawing SC doesn't work too.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: SAPer on October 26, 2011, 12:57:52 PM
Coinotron owners must upgrade sc client on pool:
http://solidcointalk.org/topic/361-solidcoin-v201-beta-7/


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on October 27, 2011, 09:12:38 AM
Yes we had some issues after moving to new server. Most of them is solved now.
Payouts (bug affecting all SC pools) is very hard to pin point. Today I managed to gather some "good" logs, send them to RealSolid. Meanwhile we are performing payouts manually every 4-5 hours.

Sorry for the inconvenience.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: amazingrando on November 01, 2011, 05:42:07 PM
Today I had a BTC balance of 3.19.  I just got a payout of 1.68 and now my balance is zero.  Was the balance of 3.19 wrong or the payout wrong?  :-\


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on November 01, 2011, 05:55:09 PM
Any reason why the "Current round rewards" for BTC isn't moving ?  I've put in plenty of shares this round to get some kind of reward ;)

Wondering if you'll include stats for shares submitted in current round and all-time...would be helpful !


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on November 01, 2011, 07:07:23 PM
Today I had a BTC balance of 3.19.  I just got a payout of 1.68 and now my balance is zero.  Was the balance of 3.19 wrong or the payout wrong?  :-\

Any reason why the "Current round rewards" for BTC isn't moving ?  I've put in plenty of shares this round to get some kind of reward ;)

Wondering if you'll include stats for shares submitted in current round and all-time...would be helpful !

As I wrote in one of previous posts I had to disable frequent calculations of current round reward. We are now on the new server. There are no performance issues but I forgot to enable those calculations.
That is the reason of both issues you are writing about. Current round reward just hasn't been calculated for 10 days.
I scheduled it now.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on November 01, 2011, 07:11:05 PM
Today I had a BTC balance of 3.19.  I just got a payout of 1.68 and now my balance is zero.  Was the balance of 3.19 wrong or the payout wrong?  :-\

Any reason why the "Current round rewards" for BTC isn't moving ?  I've put in plenty of shares this round to get some kind of reward ;)

Wondering if you'll include stats for shares submitted in current round and all-time...would be helpful !

As I wrote in one of previous posts I had to disable frequent calculations of current round reward. We are now on the new server. There are no performance issues but I forgot to enable those calculations.
That is the reason of both issues you are writing about. Current round reward just hasn't been calculated for 10 days.
I scheduled it now.


Great, I knew that they were disabled on the previous server...just figured it would've been common sense to re-enabled them on the new server, since all the other stats were populating now too.

Thanks for the fast response.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on November 01, 2011, 07:20:50 PM
Yes, there was a tiny instruction:  if @coinType = 'BTC'  goto
Easy to forget about it :)


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: Litt on November 09, 2011, 08:32:58 AM
It seems the blocks found on the 8th are showing confirmed on the stats page, but the rewards aren't being moved to the confirmed column to be paid out.
Might be having a similar issue as before not being calculated yet?

Can the admin take a look and see if things are working as it should?  

Edit: Admin. looks like the payment just came in and I simply spoke too soon. Just wanted to make sure it wasn't the same problem above repeating.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on November 09, 2011, 09:52:46 AM
It seems the blocks found on the 8th are showing confirmed on the stats page, but the rewards aren't being moved to the confirmed column to be paid out.
Might be having a similar issue as before not being calculated yet?

Can the admin take a look and see if things are working as it should? 

Issue fixed. Payouts sent.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: amazingrando on November 22, 2011, 11:05:28 PM
I've had a confirmed btc balance of several btc that hasn't gotten paid out.  My last payout was on 11/9.  Is an issue with payouts or just my account?


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: coinotron on November 23, 2011, 12:03:52 PM
I've had a confirmed btc balance of several btc that hasn't gotten paid out.  My last payout was on 11/9.  Is an issue with payouts or just my account?

Your send threshold value must be > 0.5. All values between 0 and 0.5 mean no automatic payout.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: amazingrando on November 23, 2011, 04:56:26 PM
Ok, that makes sense.

Perhaps there should be a message if you try to set it less than 0.5 that autopayout will stop?


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: amazingrando on November 23, 2011, 06:49:16 PM
Changed my payout limit to 0.5 and got the payout right away.  Thanks


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on November 23, 2011, 07:16:54 PM
Ok, that makes sense.

Perhaps there should be a message if you try to set it less than 0.5 that autopayout will stop?

I vouched for this way back when, since the website is still somewhat confusing on that part.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=26727.msg565318#msg565318 and a few posts above it.  Looks like he still hasn't gotten around to changing it to 0.1 minimum, nor placing a message when you don't do it "right".


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: amazingrando on November 23, 2011, 07:19:45 PM
Ok, that makes sense.

Perhaps there should be a message if you try to set it less than 0.5 that autopayout will stop?

I vouched for this way back when, since the website is still somewhat confusing on that part.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=26727.msg565318#msg565318 and a few posts above it.  Looks like he still hasn't gotten around to changing it to 0.1 minimum, nor placing a message when you don't do it "right".

Yeah, I remember your post about that.  The minimum really should be 0.1 and there should be some notice as to why you're not getting your payouts.  Instant pay would be nice too, but isn't that critical.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: dark_silverstar on November 28, 2011, 06:32:35 AM
how to enable auto payout for solidcoin  ???


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: coinotron on November 28, 2011, 08:18:30 AM
how to enable auto payout for solidcoin  ???

On "My account" page enter SC payout address and set SC shreshold to value > 0.5.
It is described in section Payments on Help page.


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: Eveofwar on November 28, 2011, 08:20:03 AM
how to enable auto payout for solidcoin  ???

On "My account" page enter SC payout address and set SC shreshold to value > 0.5.
It is described in section Payments on Help page.

This is the 3rd time you've had to explain the 0.5 threshold and direct someone to a completely different page than the one they are viewing.

Maybe it's time for some change...


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: kjlimo on December 15, 2011, 02:43:10 PM
downtime?


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: Mousepotato on December 15, 2011, 08:48:20 PM
Is Coinotron going to offer merged-mining for I0Coin?  Block 160K is coming up really fast...


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: coinotron on December 16, 2011, 09:23:16 AM
downtime?

Yes, there were issues with i0coin client. I took some measures to prevent it happening in the future


Title: Re: [21 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: coinotron on December 16, 2011, 09:24:26 AM
Is Coinotron going to offer merged-mining for I0Coin?  Block 160K is coming up really fast...

I'm not sure yet.


Title: Re: [17 GH] COINOTRON, SolidCoin, LiteCoin, btc, ixc
Post by: coinotron on January 22, 2012, 12:53:19 PM
Due to low interest of miners we decided to close IXC and I0C sub-pools.
We will not offer merged mining for those coins.
Please withdraw your coins until 2012-01-31.


Title: Re: COINOTRON POOL - SC, BTC, LTC and now new LQC
Post by: coinotron on January 22, 2012, 12:58:22 PM
On 2012-01-20 we have experimentally introduced to our pool new coin - LQC.
After 1 day LQC subpool hashrate reached 1 Mh/s !



Title: Re: COINOTRON POOL - SC, BTC, LTC and now new LQC
Post by: martychubbs on January 22, 2012, 02:33:01 PM
Are you going to implement merged mining?  Why did I give you my NMC address?

I mine and mako no NMC, you Icehole! Farking Bastage...you giva me diarrhea ~ Roman Moroni (no seriousness intended  ;))


Title: Re: COINOTRON POOL - SC, BTC, LTC and now new LQC
Post by: coinotron on January 22, 2012, 07:27:56 PM
Are you going to implement merged mining?  Why did I give you my NMC address?

I mine and mako no NMC, you Icehole! Farking Bastage...you giva me diarrhea ~ Roman Moroni (no seriousness intended  ;))

We will not implement mm for NMC too. :)


Title: Re: COINOTRON POOL - SC, BTC, LTC and now new LQC
Post by: Fuzzy on January 31, 2012, 03:39:30 AM
I've been mining for a while with just over 200 kH/s and my payouts are way below what the SolidCoin calculators are quoting. Am I misunderstanding how the shares are split?

The calculators say I should be getting about 30 SC/day, just over 1/hr, but after leaving it on over night, I've got about 1.9 SC

Am I missing something?


Title: Re: COINOTRON POOL - SC, BTC, LTC and now new LQC
Post by: Rubberduckie on January 31, 2012, 03:41:50 AM
the block reward changed at block 180000 from 5SC to 0.07


Title: Re: COINOTRON POOL - SC, BTC, LTC and now new LQC
Post by: Rubberduckie on January 31, 2012, 03:44:29 AM
I've been mining for a while with just over 200 kH/s and my payouts are way below what the SolidCoin calculators are quoting. Am I misunderstanding how the shares are split?

The calculators say I should be getting about 30 SC/day, just over 1/hr, but after leaving it on over night, I've got about 1.9 SC

Am I missing something?

http://solidcointalk.org/topic/523-new-economic-changes-in-solidcoin-v204/


Title: Re: COINOTRON POOL - SC, BTC, LTC and now new LQC
Post by: Fuzzy on January 31, 2012, 04:09:55 AM
Looks like I just missed the boat. They've drawn the line for early adopters, and any mining done hence forth will be lucky to break even with the power bill  :(


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: coinotron on March 12, 2012, 12:02:25 PM
DGM reward system in BTC pool !
 
We are changing our BTC payout algorithm to Meni Rosenfeld's Double Geometric Method. This method has been designed to limit reward variance and is hopping-proof. Details about DGM you can find here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0
We chose following values for DGM parameters:
 f = -1
c = 0.5
o = 0.25

Edit: DGM will be enabled in next round, ie round number 56. Current round (55) will be payed out like previous one, as proportional.


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: martychubbs on March 12, 2012, 02:48:51 PM

DGM reward system in BTC pool !
 
We are changing our BTC payout algorithm to Meni Rosenfeld's Double Geometric Method. This method has been designed to limit reward variance and is hopping-proof. Details about DGM you can find here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0
We chose following values for DGM parameters:
 f = -1
c = 0.5
o = 0.25
For next 10 rounds BTC mining fees will be reduced to 0%

Thanks for the notice!  Now there are sooo many reasons to mine coinotron!  Merged mining right? ;)  Switched in mid round, right?


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: coinotron on March 12, 2012, 03:15:26 PM

DGM reward system in BTC pool !
 
We are changing our BTC payout algorithm to Meni Rosenfeld's Double Geometric Method. This method has been designed to limit reward variance and is hopping-proof. Details about DGM you can find here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0
We chose following values for DGM parameters:
 f = -1
c = 0.5
o = 0.25
For next 10 rounds BTC mining fees will be reduced to 0%

Thanks for the notice!  Now there are sooo many reasons to mine coinotron!  Merged mining right? ;)  Switched in mid round, right?

Heh, DGM will be enabled in next round. Current round is proportional.
And to clarify merged mining issue: we don't plan to introduce it.


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: joulesbeef on March 17, 2012, 10:58:16 PM
can we get the BTC  min withdraw lowered so some of us slower peeps can get our coins off?

seem like anything below 0.5 doesnt work


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: coinotron on March 18, 2012, 01:24:35 PM
can we get the BTC  min withdraw lowered so some of us slower peeps can get our coins off?

seem like anything below 0.5 doesnt work

OK. I changed minimum withdraw amount to 0.1 :)



Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: Schwede65 on March 18, 2012, 03:08:07 PM
all coinotron pools down?

how does the dgm handle the pool downtime, this seems like hopping of the members, but it is not hopping...


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: joulesbeef on March 18, 2012, 03:37:01 PM
can we get the BTC  min withdraw lowered so some of us slower peeps can get our coins off?

seem like anything below 0.5 doesnt work

OK. I changed minimum withdraw amount to 0.1 :)




that was quick.. thanks


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: coinotron on March 18, 2012, 04:37:17 PM
can we get the BTC  min withdraw lowered so some of us slower peeps can get our coins off?

seem like anything below 0.5 doesnt work

OK. I changed minimum withdraw amount to 0.1 :)




that was quick.. thanks

I was going to change that few months ago, but I was too lazy then :)


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: coinotron on March 18, 2012, 04:38:59 PM
FYI.

Today last proportional BTC block has been solved.
Current round will be rewarded using DGM.


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: Schwede65 on March 18, 2012, 04:45:35 PM
FYI.

Today last proportional BTC block has been solved.
Current round will be rewarded using DGM.

as i asked above:

what is with the pool-server-downtime in DGM-reward?


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - new reward system - DGM
Post by: coinotron on March 18, 2012, 11:00:51 PM
FYI.

Today last proportional BTC block has been solved.
Current round will be rewarded using DGM.

as i asked above:

what is with the pool-server-downtime in DGM-reward?

As far as I understand DGM, such downtime doesn't change miner's reward because algorithm of reward calculation doesn't depend on time when given share was submitted.

Here is quote from Meni's thread about DGM:
"In the capacitor analogy, every miner has a capacitor which is charged as he submits shares, and its charge level affects how much he gets per future block found. The pool at large does not have a capacitor which charges as blocks are found and affects the reward for future shares submitted. The pool's history has no effect whatsoever on the rewards for future shares."

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.msg687419#msg687419
 


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - first DGM round = 69 BTC payed out !!!
Post by: coinotron on March 30, 2012, 08:17:07 AM
First DGM round was unlucky for pool ( 11 days and 2360000 ). Nonetheless we payed out 69 BTC !

PS
I hope, next round will be shorter :)


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - first DGM round = 69 BTC payed out !!!
Post by: roomservice on March 30, 2012, 01:30:27 PM
Do value for "current round rewards" for btc update when a round is in progress? Just wondering how miners can take a look at their submitted shares.


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - first DGM round = 69 BTC payed out !!!
Post by: coinotron on March 31, 2012, 03:19:13 PM
Do value for "current round rewards" for btc update when a round is in progress? Just wondering how miners can take a look at their submitted shares.

Yes, it is being updated every 2 hours.


Title: Re: [Ann] COINOTRON POOL - first DGM round = 69 BTC payed out !!!
Post by: coinotron on April 05, 2012, 12:27:20 PM
Second DGM block solved. We payed out 65 BTC !


Title: Re: [Pool] -- COINOTRON ---- BTC, SC, LTC, LQC and soon Microcash
Post by: coinotron on April 30, 2012, 06:47:06 AM
5 DGM blocks solved.


Title: Re: [Pool] -- COINOTRON ---- BTC, SC, LTC, LQC and soon Microcash
Post by: coinotron on July 27, 2012, 09:18:35 AM
Latest news:

1. Amended Profitability matrix. We added new entries, showing figures for LTC vs BTC profitability on Nvidia and Ati(AMD) GPUs.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.msg1044577#msg1044577 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.msg1044577#msg1044577)

2. We have made major improvement in Long Poll support. Now LP works fine even if all your miners are pointed to one worker. Previously there was limitation 1 worker = 1 mining program with LP or many mining programs without LP

3. DGM is working fine.




Title: Re: [Pool] -- COINOTRON -- LTC/BTC (GPU) profitability
Post by: muqali on August 07, 2012, 03:01:34 AM
Testing you guys LTC pool with a bit over 100KH at present, so far so good.


Title: Re: [ 70 GH/s ] ----- COINOTRON pool
Post by: coinotron on August 25, 2012, 11:13:13 PM
FYI
2 weeks after DDOS attacks. Pool is working fine.


Title: Re: [ 95 GH/s ] - COINOTRON pool [ BTC - DGM, LTC - PPS or PROP ]
Post by: coinotron on September 12, 2012, 02:38:35 PM
We have started a PPCoin pool!

1. You can use any BTC miner
2. On our website choose worker type PPC. Point worker to coinotron.com, port 8322 or 9322.





Title: Re: [ 95 GH/s ] - COINOTRON pool - new sub pool - PPcoin !
Post by: c4n10 on October 16, 2012, 08:34:19 AM
Hello,

Just started mining PPCoin with Coinotron today and I have a question:

I have my payout threshold set to 1 PPC and I have more than 1 PPC in confirmed rewards. When can I expect my confirmed rewards to be paid out?


Title: Re: [ 95 GH/s ] - COINOTRON pool - new sub pool - PPcoin !
Post by: coinotron on October 16, 2012, 08:55:27 AM
Hello,

Just started mining PPCoin with Coinotron today and I have a question:

I have my payout threshold set to 1 PPC and I have more than 1 PPC in confirmed rewards. When can I expect my confirmed rewards to be paid out?

Hey
You must have at least 10 PPC confirmed coins: http://coinotron.com/coinotron/AccountServlet?action=home (http://coinotron.com/coinotron/AccountServlet?action=home)
Automatic payouts are processed every 10 minutes.

There is separate Coinotron thread dedicated to alternate currencies(PPC,LTC,SC,LQC): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.0)


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: coinotron on October 25, 2012, 05:31:04 PM

Pool was under DDOS attack this morning. I had to hard reset server. Unfortunately Bitcoin's db has been broken.
What a shitty db they use in bitcoin!
Now, I'm finishing downloading whole bitcoin blockchain (block # 190 000). Pool will be available as soon as I download blockchain.( 2-3 hours )

I'm sorry for the inconvenience.


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: coinotron on October 26, 2012, 01:48:19 AM
BTC pool is up and running.


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: 420 on November 13, 2012, 01:33:54 AM
How to tell how many stales?


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: 420 on November 14, 2012, 07:06:24 AM
LTC mining down


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: tiberiandusk on November 15, 2012, 06:37:04 AM
I'm over my cashout limit for confirmed litecoins but I haven't been paid for a couple days.


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: coinotron on November 17, 2012, 09:58:28 AM
I'm over my cashout limit for confirmed litecoins but I haven't been paid for a couple days.


Probably you set too low "Payout Threshold" value.
Detailed reward system is described here: www.coinotron.com (http://www.coinotron.com)


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: coinotron on November 17, 2012, 10:03:08 AM
How to tell how many stales?

Currently that info is not available.
I'm planning to add it in future.


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: tiberiandusk on November 17, 2012, 12:02:35 PM
I'm over my cashout limit for confirmed litecoins but I haven't been paid for a couple days.


Probably you set too low "Payout Threshold" value.
Detailed reward system is described here: www.coinotron.com (http://www.coinotron.com)

I don't see Payout Threshold on the front page.


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, SC, LQC
Post by: coinotron on November 17, 2012, 03:32:27 PM
I'm over my cashout limit for confirmed litecoins but I haven't been paid for a couple days.


Probably you set too low "Payout Threshold" value.
Detailed reward system is described here: www.coinotron.com (http://www.coinotron.com)

I don't see Payout Threshold on the front page.

"Payout threshold" is placed on "My account" page.

Automatic payouts work only when you set "Payout threshold" to a value greater than or equal "Minimum Withdrawal Threshold".
"Minimum Withdrawal Threshold" values for each currency you can find on the front page.


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, TRC
Post by: coinotron on November 18, 2012, 09:13:09 PM
We have added SSL support. Our website forces all connections to HTTPS.


Title: Re: [ 200 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, TRC
Post by: coinotron on November 23, 2012, 10:24:12 AM
Any chance of having an auto exchange to mine one thing and convert to another or trade 1 coin for another ?

Currently I'm not planning to provide such functionality. It would require a lot of hard work to setup and probably would be used only by few miners.
I will reconsider this idea when alt currency networks grow in size significantly.


Title: Re: [ 400 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, TRC
Post by: coinotron on November 30, 2012, 10:49:36 AM
TRC-relevant stats should link here:
http://www.cryptocoinexplorer.com:3750/ (http://www.cryptocoinexplorer.com:3750/)

I will add it in next release of website.

It seems to me BTC per day is still calculated at 50 BTC / block.

Thanks. You are correct. There was unspotted 50 BTC hidden in sourcecode :)
Fixed.


Title: Re: [ 400 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - BTC, LTC, PPC, TRC
Post by: coinotron on November 30, 2012, 12:13:50 PM
We are introducing PPS/RBPPS payout algorithm in our Bitcoin Pool.

New system will be turned on at the beginning of BTC round #112. Simultaneously DGM system will be switched off.
All existing BTC workers will be automatically switched to RBPPS.  
All remaining ("buffered") DGM rewards will be credited to miners balances at the end of current round (#111).

Shares delivered via PPS/RBPPS worker will be rewarded with constant rate:  
RBPPS share value = 0.98 * 25 BTC * Share difficulty / Current BTC Difficulty  
PPS share value   = 0.965 * 25 BTC * Share difficulty / Current BTC Difficulty  

RBPPS means Round-Based Pay Per Share. It works like Like PPS with one exception: payouts are delayed till a block is found and confirmed by the network. If a found block gets orphaned, earnings relative to it are not paid.  


Title: Re: [ 400 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - PPS/RBPPS in BTC pool!
Post by: coinotron on November 30, 2012, 08:59:02 PM
What is the reason for LTC having so high payout threshold? Looking at reward per share, I think 1 would be more appropriate value.

Almost to each transaction below 10LTC litecoin client adds 0.1 LTC transaction fee. In case of 1 LTC payout it is 10% !
Relatively high 10 LTC threshold was easiest to implement.
Another solution is small payout fee for payouts below say 10-20 LTC.


Title: Re: [ 400 GH/s - combined all subpools ] - COINOTRON pool - PPS/RBPPS in BTC pool!
Post by: coinotron on December 02, 2012, 11:17:32 AM

So high transaction fees could kill Litecoin. Anyway, thanks for clarifying the threshold.

When it comes to Terracoin, pool is still not linking payouts, e.g. payout address(es) to Terracoin explorer. Login > click on executed TRC payout > fail!  :P

Have you considered adding Namecoin as merge-mined with Bitcoin? Quite a lot of pools have such setup.

Those fees were designed to protect LTC chain from spam attacks.
I completely forgot about payout links! I will fix it ASAP.
I don't like the idea of merged mining in general + a lot of work to implement = no MM in Coinotron :)


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: coinotron on December 02, 2012, 12:26:59 PM
Useful info to add would be how often auto-payout triggers. Few people I sent to Coinotron went mad on me because it's not
instant, LOL! They were expecting that payment will be made as soon as they have enough confirmed coins, set payout amount
equal or higher than minimum value and click on "Save".
Yeah, that must be irritating.
Instant payout is on my dev. list.
Meanwhile I added info  how often auto-payout triggers.
Thanks for your help and suggestions :)


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: meebs on December 02, 2012, 04:12:19 PM
Useful info to add would be how often auto-payout triggers. Few people I sent to Coinotron went mad on me because it's not
instant, LOL! They were expecting that payment will be made as soon as they have enough confirmed coins, set payout amount
equal or higher than minimum value and click on "Save".
Yeah, that must be irritating.
Instant payout is on my dev. list.
Meanwhile I added info  how often auto-payout triggers.
Thanks for your help and suggestions :)

considering your lower fees.. for a 24/7 miner it is worth it to have to wait a little bit longer for the coins if you are getting more of them :)

that said.. I REALLY wish you guys would track # of share submitted by miner....


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: coinotron on December 02, 2012, 05:26:16 PM

considering your lower fees.. for a 24/7 miner it is worth it to have to wait a little bit longer for the coins if you are getting more of them :)

that said.. I REALLY wish you guys would track # of share submitted by miner....

We are tracking and storing # of shares submitted by each worker for all coins since beginning. However there is no UI to view actual values. Simply there was always something more important to do :) Currently for example Stratum/GBT seems to be such thing.


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: coinotron on December 02, 2012, 05:26:46 PM
FYI

PPS / RBPPS mode in BTC pool works perfectly. Coinotron solved first PPS BTC block (210499). Payouts has been calculated and sent.


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: coinotron on December 02, 2012, 07:07:38 PM
We are under DDOS attack.


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: coinotron on December 03, 2012, 07:18:57 PM
Pool is up and running.


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: coinotron on December 04, 2012, 11:35:01 AM
FYI
Usage of PPS and RBPPS workers :

          PPS     RBPPS       
BTC     15%      85%     ( 3 days after introduction of PPS/RBPPS workers )
LTC     50%      50%
PPC     60%      40%
TRC     70%      30% 

BTC miners seem to decisively prefer RBPPS atm.


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: tomaszsz on December 30, 2012, 12:27:50 PM
FreiCoin another coin without exchange and future, what about ?Microcash ? and solidcoin  :P

and what about  Mhash as Ghash ?  Continue to look for gullible people?


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: coinotron on December 31, 2012, 10:12:15 AM
FYI
Usage of PPS and RBPPS workers :

          PPS     RBPPS       
BTC     20%      80%     ( 1 month after introduction of PPS/RBPPS workers )
LTC     75%      25%
PPC     40%      60%
TRC     20%      80% 
FRC     40%      60%



Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: crazyearner on January 24, 2013, 08:19:22 AM
Website just had some connection problem on.

Also do you guys have IRC ?


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: BitcoinOxygen on January 24, 2013, 10:27:49 AM
Also do you guys have IRC ?

You could check channel #coinotron ;)wink

Regards
BitcoinOxygen


Title: Re: [400 GH - combined pools ] - COINOTRON pool - [NEW] PPS(2%)/RBPPS(3.5%)
Post by: coinotron on January 24, 2013, 04:34:13 PM
Website just had some connection problem on.

Also do you guys have IRC ?

Sorry for that outage. I was applying security patches. Unfortunately it took little more time to complete than I estimated ;)
We don't have our own IRC channel, but I'm always present on #litecoin


Title: Re: [100 GH ] - COINOTRON pool - New !!! Stratum in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 02, 2013, 10:56:24 AM
We have added Stratum support to BTC pool. So now we have stratum in BTC, LTC, TRC !

1. Please use latest versions of following miners: cgminer, bfgminer, guiminer, poclbm <br />
2. Stratum mining is available in the following pools:

BTC  = coinotron.com:3333
LTC  = coinotron.com:3334
TRC  = coinotron.com:3335

3. Share difficulty may differ from main getwork pool.


Title: Re: [100 GH ] - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 05, 2013, 11:23:34 AM
FYI

Efficiency of Stratum pools :

BTC pool efficiency = 99.78%
LTC pool efficienfy = 99.4%
TRC pool efficiency = 99.36%


Title: Re: [100 GH ] - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 07, 2013, 03:26:58 PM
Currently 10% of BTC miners switched to Stratum. I think we can start comparing getwork vs stratum efficiency.

Here are the numbers:

getwork efficiency = 99.39%
stratum efficiency = 99.92% ( 14 stales in 17000 submitted shares ! )

When more and more miners switch to stratum we will have more reliable data.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 12, 2013, 12:18:33 PM
FYI

20% of BTC miners is mining in Stratum pool.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 14, 2013, 02:45:42 PM
We are under DDOS attack.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: kjlimo on February 16, 2013, 10:34:38 AM
We are under DDOS attack.

Bummer, good luck!  Seals (https://sealswithclubs.eu/aff.php?aff=125) just went through that.  Took em about 12-18 hours from what I recall to fight it.

And just when https://vircurex.com/ (https://vircurex.com/register?referral_id=801-154) started selling TRC!


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: KrLos on February 17, 2013, 03:10:32 AM
Man, i miss coinotron! it's my favorite place for mine LTC.

Come back!


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 17, 2013, 11:13:56 AM
I'm sorry to inform you,  they are still ddosing Coinotron.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 18, 2013, 12:34:43 PM
Pool (getwork and stratum) is up and running
I apologize for any inconvenience caused by this ddos attack.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: luffy on February 18, 2013, 01:05:50 PM
finally!
is there a way to prevent Ddos?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 18, 2013, 05:34:51 PM
finally!
is there a way to prevent Ddos?

Cloudflare for example. But It costs at least 200$.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: KrLos on February 20, 2013, 10:23:03 AM
It's under DDOS again?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on February 20, 2013, 11:23:35 AM
We are again under DDoS attack


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: awatson824 on February 23, 2013, 11:18:12 PM
Aww.. I missed this site, when I come back it's being ddosed.. :(


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: sal002 on February 24, 2013, 08:13:35 PM
I really miss the calc at the top that reflected which cryptocurrency was worth mining at any given time...


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% RBPPS) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on March 07, 2013, 08:52:57 AM
Good news!

Pool is up and running.
Payouts are enabled.
NVC Pool is closed. Please withdraw coins before March 15, 2013
BTC Pool is back DGM.

Thanks to Neotrix our website is under protection of koddos.com (http://koddos.com)



Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: maunderingcabal on March 08, 2013, 11:55:24 AM
I don't know if this belongs here or not. But is there a way to find out how many blocks I've solved on any of the coinotron pools? Also is there a way to see how many confirms are left on blocks that go past the 20 that are displayed? Thanks.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on March 09, 2013, 09:55:48 AM
I don't know if this belongs here or not. But is there a way to find out how many blocks I've solved on any of the coinotron pools? Also is there a way to see how many confirms are left on blocks that go past the 20 that are displayed? Thanks.

This data is of course available from database but it isn't presented on the website.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: luffy on March 09, 2013, 10:09:08 AM
really great news!
but i cannot connect to site!


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: 420 on March 09, 2013, 06:51:38 PM
is there payment for stales/rejects where can I see that statistic?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: maunderingcabal on March 10, 2013, 12:18:00 AM
I don't know if this belongs here or not. But is there a way to find out how many blocks I've solved on any of the coinotron pools? Also is there a way to see how many confirms are left on blocks that go past the 20 that are displayed? Thanks.

This data is of course available from database but it isn't presented on the website.

How do I see whats on the database then?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on March 10, 2013, 09:31:52 AM
I don't know if this belongs here or not. But is there a way to find out how many blocks I've solved on any of the coinotron pools? Also is there a way to see how many confirms are left on blocks that go past the 20 that are displayed? Thanks.

This data is of course available from database but it isn't presented on the website.

How do I see whats on the database then?
Only operator has access to db. If you want I can provide you with a list of blocks solved by you.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: ssateneth on March 21, 2013, 04:28:27 AM
Hi, I have stopped mining litecoins, and I have 5.50340927 litecoins stuck on the pool. It won't let me pay out because there is no manual payout button and it's below the 10 litecoin automatic payout threshhold. Could you please force a payout of the remaining balance to the litecoin address on file? My account name is ssateneth


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on March 21, 2013, 09:11:02 AM
Hi, I have stopped mining litecoins, and I have 5.50340927 litecoins stuck on the pool. It won't let me pay out because there is no manual payout button and it's below the 10 litecoin automatic payout threshhold. Could you please force a payout of the remaining balance to the litecoin address on file? My account name is ssateneth

Done.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - STRATUM in BTC pool !
Post by: coinotron on March 21, 2013, 04:42:39 PM
FYI
I turned on SSL on website.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: ssateneth on March 25, 2013, 12:36:24 AM
Site getting DDoS?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: DigitalDoom on April 01, 2013, 07:16:37 PM
http://www.websitedown.info/coinotron.com

Says Coinotron is down.

I've been wondering why my LTC miner has been running but not displaying any work on the site.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: RandomQ on April 03, 2013, 11:58:23 PM
I was just curious if there is a way to change from say TRC to PPC on the Fly without restarting the miner software.

because the option to change workers to different coin types on the my account page.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: luffy on April 04, 2013, 07:53:01 PM
stratum for PPC?  :)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: ewibit on April 04, 2013, 08:34:11 PM
stratum for PPC?  :)
+1  :)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 05, 2013, 08:37:41 PM

As soon as PPC developers (Sunny King) introduce getblocktemplate support in ppcoin client :)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: fcmatt on April 06, 2013, 02:20:27 AM
registration is closed?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: hope2907 on April 06, 2013, 06:04:40 AM
it look like that, when i stop mining, Unconfirmed rewards alway @ unconfirm


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: aspirez on April 06, 2013, 12:15:11 PM
Does the pool have API?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: FaT on April 06, 2013, 12:25:34 PM
TRC payouts are not working.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: ehoffman on April 06, 2013, 12:39:28 PM
PPC payout is also not working.  Set to 50, and I now have over 100PPC.  6 hours after passing the 50 mark and still no transfer.  What's going on?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: tal0n4 on April 06, 2013, 02:38:44 PM
Is registration closed? No matter what info I try to signup with, I get "Registration unsuccessful"...  ???


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: wizzard0 on April 06, 2013, 06:19:57 PM
There seems to be a problem with FRC withdrawals, min amount is 10, set mine to 20, and after 74 FRC confirmed and some hours passed - nothing appeared in the client :/


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: mige on April 06, 2013, 06:36:12 PM
ppc payout still wont work  :(

I tried several times....

pls fix the problem.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Crystallas on April 06, 2013, 07:17:06 PM
Can we set difficulties? That could help with the pool server bandwidth.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: bcdvojka on April 06, 2013, 07:30:59 PM
hello, no matter what i try, i cannot get my guiminer srypt to work with coinotron trc pool

i get:
2013-04-06 21:23:45: Listener for "TRC2": Creating 1 GPU threads
2013-04-06 21:23:45: Listener for "TRC2": 1...done
2013-04-06 21:23:45: Listener for "TRC2": Error 52 getting work. See http://curl.haxx.se/libcurl/c/libcurl-errors.html for error code explanations.
2013-04-06 21:23:45: Listener for "TRC2": 2013-04-06 21:23:45 Couldn't connect to server. Trying again in a few seconds...

using guiminer-scrypt inbuilt reaper
guiminer-scrypt default just starts and doesnt do anything

any ideas?
cgminer doesnt work for me somehow, but im being able to mine litecoin


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: wizzard0 on April 06, 2013, 08:22:29 PM
There seems to be a problem with FRC withdrawals, min amount is 10, set mine to 20, and after 74 FRC confirmed and some hours passed - nothing appeared in the client :/

My FRC finally arrived!


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: superfastkyle on April 07, 2013, 12:40:56 AM
Is anyone getting decent performance from the ppc pool and if so how? I only get about half the ppc I should and my hashrate stays about half while the pool hashrate goes insanely higher. Miners constantly have fans spinning up and down load going to 0% and back to full load

you need stratum support now for his trc pool only on port 3335 so you may need to update to the latest cgminer

hello, no matter what i try, i cannot get my guiminer srypt to work with coinotron trc pool

i get:
2013-04-06 21:23:45: Listener for "TRC2": Creating 1 GPU threads
2013-04-06 21:23:45: Listener for "TRC2": 1...done
2013-04-06 21:23:45: Listener for "TRC2": Error 52 getting work. See http://curl.haxx.se/libcurl/c/libcurl-errors.html for error code explanations.
2013-04-06 21:23:45: Listener for "TRC2": 2013-04-06 21:23:45 Couldn't connect to server. Trying again in a few seconds...

using guiminer-scrypt inbuilt reaper
guiminer-scrypt default just starts and doesnt do anything

any ideas?
cgminer doesnt work for me somehow, but im being able to mine litecoin


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Crystallas on April 07, 2013, 02:40:50 AM
Is anyone getting decent performance from the ppc pool and if so how? I only get about half the ppc I should and my hashrate stays about half while the pool hashrate goes insanely higher. Miners constantly have fans spinning up and down load going to 0% and back to full load


Yes, there are problems for sure. Enough stop/starts to make your power-supply pack up and find a new home in a microwave. LOL


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Marrs on April 07, 2013, 04:21:57 AM
ppc payout still wont work  :(

Litecoin payout doesn't seem to be working either. :-/


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 07, 2013, 09:53:20 AM
This topic is dedicated to BTC pool. Please stop posting here messages about other currencies :)

There is separate thread for questions/problems regarding other currencies available at Coinotron.
LTC, PPC, TRC, FRC thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.0)

Thanks


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: A Meteorite on April 07, 2013, 10:32:25 PM
I can't login to my account. Is it just me?

Quote
Current Date time: Mon Apr 08 00:32:55 CEST 2013
You are not authorized to view this page.

Also, last I logged in, my auto payouts were not being processed. Now I'm getting worried...


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 07, 2013, 10:35:30 PM
I can't login to my account. Is it just me?

Quote
Current Date time: Mon Apr 08 00:32:55 CEST 2013
You are not authorized to view this page.

Also, last I logged in, my auto payouts were not being processed. Now I'm getting worried...

Sign off, sign in. If that won't help clear your browser's cache.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: A Meteorite on April 07, 2013, 10:37:44 PM
I can't login to my account. Is it just me?

Quote
Current Date time: Mon Apr 08 00:32:55 CEST 2013
You are not authorized to view this page.

Also, last I logged in, my auto payouts were not being processed. Now I'm getting worried...

Sign off, sign in. If that won't help clear your browser's cache.
Thanks, seemed to work. That was odd.

And now that I'm in I can see that some of the blocks must have been orphaned so auto payouts weren't processed. No worries. :)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: psychok9 on April 08, 2013, 01:29:24 PM
Hello,
I'm mining LTC with a Radeon 5850 clocked at 575MHz(1.038v)/700MHz(GDDR5).
CGminer show actual khash 210.4K/s but on Coinotron website it seems very low (like 28K/s).

What's the problem?
This is the command line:
cgminer -d 0 -I 12 -v 1 -w 128 -o stratum+tcp://coinotron.com:3334 -u xxx -p xxx --scrypt

Catalyst 13.2/AMD SDK 2.5/Windows 8.

There is separate thread for questions/problems regarding other currencies available at Coinotron.
LTC, PPC, TRC, FRC thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.0

You probably have bad cgminer configuration. I'm not an expert on this topic.
Please read this guide:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=117221.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=117221.0)

Sorry, and thank you.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 08, 2013, 02:56:53 PM
Hello,
I'm mining LTC with a Radeon 5850 clocked at 575MHz(1.038v)/700MHz(GDDR5).
CGminer show actual khash 210.4K/s but on Coinotron website it seems very low (like 28K/s).

What's the problem?
This is the command line:
cgminer -d 0 -I 12 -v 1 -w 128 -o stratum+tcp://coinotron.com:3334 -u xxx -p xxx --scrypt

Catalyst 13.2/AMD SDK 2.5/Windows 8.

There is separate thread for questions/problems regarding other currencies available at Coinotron.
LTC, PPC, TRC, FRC thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.0

You probably have bad cgminer configuration. I'm not an expert on this topic.
Please read this guide:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=117221.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=117221.0)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: riku2015 on April 09, 2013, 11:01:55 AM
Heya all,

I have issues(can't use any proxy) using stratum proxy on coinotron can anyone take look on this topic? :)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170527.0

Thanks already, have nice mining!


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: lophie on April 10, 2013, 04:28:00 AM
Hey guys I can't connect to coinotron it just loads forever even though I am mining okay on coinotron.

Is it only me?

Disclaimer: For some reason coinotron website never worked for me unless I go to it though google search redirection in first place. But now even this doesn't work!


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Vantix on April 10, 2013, 10:45:50 AM
CGminer can't connect to coinotron.com


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Bitcoin.Greece on April 16, 2013, 06:58:35 AM
site does not work but LTC pool seems to work fine with cgminer


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: leopard2 on April 16, 2013, 10:49:01 PM
TRC difficulty

often there is a significant difference between TRC difficulty on Coinotron page and the well known

http://dustcoin.com/mining

So when I mine at Coinotron at any given point in time which difficulty is the right one? What am I mining against? If dustcoin says 500%+ and Coinotron homepage says 60% what the @#%$!! should I do?   :-\


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: spunit262 on April 16, 2013, 11:37:17 PM
TRC difficulty

often there is a significant difference between TRC difficulty on Coinotron page and the well known

http://dustcoin.com/mining

So when I mine at Coinotron at any given point in time which difficulty is the right one? What am I mining against? If dustcoin says 500%+ and Coinotron homepage says 60% what the @#%$!! should I do?   :-\
The difficulty on TRC changes every hour unlike most coins. I'm not sure which one is more up to date but I would guess Coinotron would as it's actively mining it.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: sal002 on April 17, 2013, 02:46:13 AM
TRC difficulty

often there is a significant difference between TRC difficulty on Coinotron page and the well known

http://dustcoin.com/mining

So when I mine at Coinotron at any given point in time which difficulty is the right one? What am I mining against? If dustcoin says 500%+ and Coinotron homepage says 60% what the @#%$!! should I do?   :-\

TRC changes even faster - my site averages out for the given hour to reflect current difficulty, but I'd be weary enough of TRC's difficulty as it is.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: rm187 on April 17, 2013, 05:58:34 AM
my BTC wont payout..


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 17, 2013, 07:32:10 AM
my BTC wont payout..

BTC pool is DGM. That means coins are confirmed (ready to withdraw)  when block is confirmed ie after 120 conf. Current block has only 73 confirmations.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: jjiimm_64 on April 17, 2013, 01:23:12 PM
feature request:

block info page.

IRC quote: <jimbit> not sure where else to look for you..  I was wondering if youcan PLEASE add a blocks found page, or a block info page for each coin.  with the block finder included.  I would mine there more often if I could identify when i found blocks.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 17, 2013, 09:15:18 PM
feature request:

block info page.

IRC quote: <jimbit> not sure where else to look for you..  I was wondering if youcan PLEASE add a blocks found page, or a block info page for each coin.  with the block finder included.  I would mine there more often if I could identify when i found blocks.

Added to todo list. I will probably add 1 more column to "Solved blocks" table.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Tejsei3 on April 19, 2013, 04:49:53 PM
Please add email notification when a worker goes down. Otherwise love the pool.

Thanks,


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: 420 on April 20, 2013, 04:28:37 AM
pool seems down now and every time i've checked today


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 20, 2013, 10:13:46 AM
pool seems down now and every time i've checked today

Pool is running. Website is going down from time to time. I'm working on it.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: DebitMe on April 20, 2013, 07:30:52 PM
Is anyone else having this problem with PPcoin, I am using guiminer and it will connect and get shares for about 10 to 15 minutes, but then will go to connection problem, only does this for PPcoin, and I have tried ports 8322 and 9322.  Why would it mine fine for a bit, and then all of a sudden have a problem?  And it isnt a localized event, the same thing happened to my friend who tried to mine PPcoin at Coinotron.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: ewibit on April 20, 2013, 09:49:52 PM
when is stratum@PPcoin?
TIA


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: 420 on April 21, 2013, 12:24:04 AM
pool seems down now and every time i've checked today

Pool is running. Website is going down from time to time. I'm working on it.

sorry i did mean the website. I wasn't currently mining there


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Mastergerund on April 22, 2013, 05:56:02 AM
I've been pointing my CPU at your LTC pool for a while now, using mining_proxy and minerd. It works slow but gets shares.

I finally installed a Radeon 6570, and use cgminer. When I point it at ANY of your pools, using default settings from your Help section, I get very few shares. I have tried it on BTC and TRC, as well as on LTC (using scrypt, of course). In other BTC pools I have tried I get shares (about 80-85 Mh/s) but in your pools I get very few, if any. (I was connected to TRC pool for ten minutes leading up to the time of this point, and got two shares only.) Has your pool been rejecting connections, or should I be doing something special?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 22, 2013, 03:35:35 PM
I've been pointing my CPU at your LTC pool for a while now, using mining_proxy and minerd. It works slow but gets shares.

I finally installed a Radeon 6570, and use cgminer. When I point it at ANY of your pools, using default settings from your Help section, I get very few shares. I have tried it on BTC and TRC, as well as on LTC (using scrypt, of course). In other BTC pools I have tried I get shares (about 80-85 Mh/s) but in your pools I get very few, if any. (I was connected to TRC pool for ten minutes leading up to the time of this point, and got two shares only.) Has your pool been rejecting connections, or should I be doing something special?

Coinotron pools send shares of higher difficulty than 1. So you submit shares less frequently but they are more valuable.

Here you can find actual values: https://www.coinotron.com/coinotron/AccountServlet?action=home ( BTC stratum uses share difficulty 4)
 


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Mastergerund on April 22, 2013, 05:03:50 PM
Thank you for the valuable explanation. I let it run all night and checked the actual shares earned in the morning, and I am mining the expected number of coins.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: rm187 on April 26, 2013, 04:31:33 AM
This pool is some type of scam. Have been mining on this site for 26 days w/ 1.5gh. Over the past 7 days my total reward has only changed from .22btc to .24btc.. Missing over a full BTC from this month. My miners are not having problems. Shares are accepted. pool sucks


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on April 26, 2013, 07:28:41 AM
This pool is some type of scam. Have been mining on this site for 26 days w/ 1.5gh. Over the past 7 days my total reward has only changed from .22btc to .24btc.. Missing over a full BTC from this month. My miners are not having problems. Shares are accepted. pool sucks

1. Pool uses DGM method, not PPS
2. In last 7 days pool didn't find a block.
3. Your total reward includes only estimation of current round reward.
4. DGM is a hybrid between PPLNS and the geometric method. That geometric part is responsible for behavior you are observing. It is hard to explain more accurately without going into technical details. DGM algorithm is described here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0  (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0)
5. DGM will add those "missing" coins to your balance in next few rounds.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: cdog on April 26, 2013, 06:57:40 PM
Yeah, the problem is coinotron is essentially a LTC pool now.

LTC miners outnumber BTC miners by around 200-1, so finding blocks is gonna be very tough, even with youpieie pulling 30k mh/s


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: juhakall on April 27, 2013, 01:59:41 PM
I can't change any payment thresholds, it says "Change data successful" but nothing changes.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: rograz on April 27, 2013, 03:16:01 PM
Ye something is up with it, threshold can't be changed and automatic payment not working it seems.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: zif33rs on April 27, 2013, 04:28:44 PM
getting an incredible amount of stales mining litecoin here...never have before...sup?  think your server needs a reboot.

and why is the difficulty set so high?  26.5 mil?   diff for litecoin is 400 something.  someone please explain.
.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: Protagonus on April 27, 2013, 05:53:50 PM
uh, pool down? 


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: imafish2002 on April 28, 2013, 12:55:46 AM
I personally can't connect to LTC pool at the mo, not sure why or if others are having the same problem  ???


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: rm187 on April 28, 2013, 11:22:39 AM
This pool is some type of scam. Have been mining on this site for 26 days w/ 1.5gh. Over the past 7 days my total reward has only changed from .22btc to .24btc.. Missing over a full BTC from this month. My miners are not having problems. Shares are accepted. pool sucks

1. Pool uses DGM method, not PPS
2. In last 7 days pool didn't find a block.
3. Your total reward includes only estimation of current round reward.
4. DGM is a hybrid between PPLNS and the geometric method. That geometric part is responsible for behavior you are observing. It is hard to explain more accurately without going into technical details. DGM algorithm is described here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0  (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0)
5. DGM will add those "missing" coins to your balance in next few rounds.

I know how DGM works(ish). and your delusional to think I am going to get paid 3 BTC from the blocks that were solved 6 weeks ago. Or makeup that loss over the next blocks.

From the time of last post, I left 500mh on coinotron, and put 500mh on a different DGM pool.
Coinotron still the exact same balance as two days ago. Already up to .08 btc on the other pool. Coinotron; not a single number has changed in two days.

And your going to tell me my missing 3+btc is your DGM? hmmm. I'll get flamed; but its clearly the pool op skimming off the top. Maybe I am wrong, but this pool is trash ether way.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: roy7 on April 30, 2013, 04:08:26 AM
I know how DGM works(ish). and your delusional to think I am going to get paid 3 BTC from the blocks that were solved 6 weeks ago. Or makeup that loss over the next blocks.

From the time of last post, I left 500mh on coinotron, and put 500mh on a different DGM pool.
Coinotron still the exact same balance as two days ago. Already up to .08 btc on the other pool. Coinotron; not a single number has changed in two days.

And your going to tell me my missing 3+btc is your DGM? hmmm. I'll get flamed; but its clearly the pool op skimming off the top. Maybe I am wrong, but this pool is trash ether way.

Coinotron's statistics page shows the last block found was on 4-17. Once a block is eventually found, miners will get paid based on their DGM scores. No, you don't get your 3 "missing" BTC because it isn't missing. It's a long round, and everyone shares the bad luck. Just like in short rounds, you'd all share the additional profit (and make more than PPS would have paid for the short round). Over a long period of time, the good luck equals the bad luck (in a mathematical sense) and it evens out. Of course, any stretch of good or bad luck could last for years, being random and all.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: mhps on May 03, 2013, 07:02:35 AM
Is the withdrawal limit (without fee) 10 for PPC ? The Reward System page says so but I am not sure if it is up-to-date, because it also says the limit for LTC is 1 (in contradiction with the red statements in My Account page).


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: juhakall on May 03, 2013, 07:47:23 PM
MY FRC rewards haven't been paid out. Maybe the hot wallet has ran out because of sudden popularity? ;)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: mhps on May 04, 2013, 02:58:47 AM
Mining LTC on Coinotron has a higher rejection (stale) rate than other pools. It is 5+%. It is because the miner-difficulty is too high.

So far the pool finds a block every 11.8 minutes. My miner generate a share every 1.7 min. When the pool finds a block and "close the door for the round", I have have a probability of 1.7min /2  / 11.8min = 5.5% not being able to register the work I have done with the pool. I measured the actual stale rate in 12 hours and it is 5.2%, in good agreement iwth my estimate.

So how can I set the difficulty for me lower? It is 198 now (my miner is 160kH/s). I would like to get the difficulty 60 or lower.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: WinVery.com on May 04, 2013, 07:34:12 AM
MY FRC rewards haven't been paid out. Maybe the hot wallet has ran out because of sudden popularity? ;)

Same issue with PPC/LTC...  ::)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: coinotron on May 04, 2013, 08:14:14 PM
MY FRC rewards haven't been paid out. Maybe the hot wallet has ran out because of sudden popularity? ;)

Same issue with PPC/LTC...  ::)

I'm sorry for that.
FRC, LTC Hot wallets were empty today morning.
All withdrawals have been sent ASAP


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: kislam on May 08, 2013, 05:31:40 AM
Mining LTC on Coinotron has a higher rejection (stale) rate than other pools. It is 5+%. It is because the miner-difficulty is too high.

So far the pool finds a block every 11.8 minutes. My miner generate a share every 1.7 min. When the pool finds a block and "close the door for the round", I have have a probability of 1.7min /2  / 11.8min = 5.5% not being able to register the work I have done with the pool. I measured the actual stale rate in 12 hours and it is 5.2%, in good agreement iwth my estimate.

So how can I set the difficulty for me lower? It is 198 now (my miner is 160kH/s). I would like to get the difficulty 60 or lower.

Same thing happens to me but much worse! I am trying to mine TRC but can hardly submit a share when difficulty is low. With frequent new blocks, my reject/stale/discard rate is sky high. Please either lower the difficulty or provide an option to choose our own difficulty. Much appreciated.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: Waramp22 on May 09, 2013, 03:26:30 AM
Newb here...Mining litecoin with 650 hash/second. Few weeks in and i have a bit over 14 Confirmed rewards. I was wondering why it wouldn't pay out and noticed the box where you can set your payout threshold. I set it just below what Ive got confirmed and its been a couple hours with no payout. Is there something i am missing? I'm not in a panic for them...i just want to get my first deposit into my wallet.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: whittsteve7 on May 09, 2013, 04:44:39 AM
I think your guys' hot wallet is empty again for LTC. Any chance you can re-up it? :D


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested
Post by: mhps on May 09, 2013, 05:15:09 AM
Mining LTC on Coinotron has a higher rejection (stale) rate than other pools. It is 5+%. It is because the miner-difficulty is too high.

So far the pool finds a block every 11.8 minutes. My miner generate a share every 1.7 min. When the pool finds a block and "close the door for the round", I have have a probability of 1.7min /2  / 11.8min = 5.5% not being able to register the work I have done with the pool. I measured the actual stale rate in 12 hours and it is 5.2%, in good agreement iwth my estimate.

So how can I set the difficulty for me lower? It is 198 now (my miner is 160kH/s). I would like to get the difficulty 60 or lower.

Same thing happens to me but much worse! I am trying to mine TRC but can hardly submit a share when difficulty is low. With frequent new blocks, my reject/stale/discard rate is sky high. Please either lower the difficulty or provide an option to choose our own difficulty. Much appreciated.

My questions were answered here in the alcoin thread for Coinotron  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.msg2034215#msg2034215

But the problem remains (and getting worse)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: i3one21 on May 10, 2013, 02:39:34 PM
If the website is down, does that mean mining is not working either?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: massnerder on May 10, 2013, 03:21:40 PM
No, my miner is still running and accepting shares.  I am concerned about the website being down though, I should be crossing my payout threshold any minute now....   :P


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: kislam on May 11, 2013, 01:43:48 PM
No, my miner is still running and accepting shares.  I am concerned about the website being down though, I should be crossing my payout threshold any minute now....   :P

web site is working, but i crossed my payout limit few hours ago, not getting any payout yet...


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: massnerder on May 11, 2013, 02:06:18 PM
I got the payout I was due yesterday....  Now I am more worried about how LTC diff. rose by 26% in a few hours while I was sleeping  :o


Title: Re: [??? GH] COINOTRON, customizable AUTO-MINING, SolidCoin 2.0, btc, nmc, i0c, ixc
Post by: sathackr on May 16, 2013, 05:55:26 PM


First on the list are performance improvements, merged mining, new currency.
JSON API and more detailed stats will be implemented but not in upcoming 2-3 weeks.

how about that API?  ::)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: gog1 on May 18, 2013, 12:43:17 AM
with PPC and TRC stabilized, any chance PPS fee will drop for PPC and turned on for TRC?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on May 18, 2013, 08:06:40 AM
I answered your question in Alt coins topic:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.msg2188956#msg2188956 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.msg2188956#msg2188956)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: RustyShackleford1950 on May 23, 2013, 03:11:08 AM
I'm getting really poor rewards on the BTC pool.

I should be getting about 0.08 BTC per day at 1750Mh/s, instead, from my own calcs I'm getting an average of 0.03BTC per day? Anyone know what's up?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: rammy2k2 on May 23, 2013, 11:15:56 PM
im not getting any FRC payments ... anyone else?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: MaxGen on May 24, 2013, 01:44:31 AM
No FRC payouts here either.  I guess wallet is low?  Should we be concerned?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: rammy2k2 on May 24, 2013, 07:34:47 AM
still no payment after 12 hours


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on May 25, 2013, 09:50:19 AM
Please use this topic for BTC only.

I suspended FRC payouts before hard fork block 28336. Just in case. Yesterday morning payouts were enabled:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49182.msg2254646#msg2254646


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: ajg007 on June 05, 2013, 08:44:41 PM
I'm new to litecoin mining.    I've signed up and configured my miner and its connected and working at around 100khs.


Is it normal to get 'pool request that work restart'   and stratum connection to pool 0 disrupted'  quite a lot??   Only got that now and then when Btc mining.


Thanks

http://i40.tinypic.com/ie2ghx.jpg


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: Sorrowfox on June 06, 2013, 03:13:45 PM
I'm new to litecoin mining.    I've signed up and configured my miner and its connected and working at around 100khs.


Is it normal to get 'pool request that work restart'   and stratum connection to pool 0 disrupted'  quite a lot??   Only got that now and then when Btc mining.


Thanks

http://i40.tinypic.com/ie2ghx.jpg

I'm new also, I don't know why but I had a feeling to change the Intensity to 12 and I don't get that problem... scratch that as I write this my badass 4850 just got the interupt/restart but so far my 7850 hasn't...  but either way, got a combined 300+ khash off them.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: ajg007 on June 06, 2013, 05:55:00 PM
I'm new to litecoin mining.    I've signed up and configured my miner and its connected and working at around 100khs.


Is it normal to get 'pool request that work restart'   and stratum connection to pool 0 disrupted'  quite a lot??   Only got that now and then when Btc mining.


Thanks

http://i40.tinypic.com/ie2ghx.jpg

I'm new also, I don't know why but I had a feeling to change the Intensity to 12 and I don't get that problem... scratch that as I write this my badass 4850 just got the interupt/restart but so far my 7850 hasn't...  but either way, got a combined 300+ khash off them.


thanks,    I went back to a basic cgminer config and and added things step by step.     My hash rate has dropped by 20 hashes but at least its a bit more stable, and not as many connection problems.


EDIT: i'd like to report it was driver issues causing my issues.   and a matter of finding the right intensity


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: jayeeyee on June 07, 2013, 11:52:17 AM
BAH! Another downtime!  Time to switch pools once again. :(


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: oxxon on June 07, 2013, 12:24:18 PM
under DDoS? I had 13 LTC in  :-[


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on June 08, 2013, 05:51:25 PM
under DDoS? I had 13 LTC in  :-[

Our hosting service had "Problems with network".


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: rammy2k2 on June 09, 2013, 09:17:51 AM
under DDoS? I had 13 LTC in  :-[

Our hosting service had "Problems with network".


looks like it still has


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on June 09, 2013, 12:02:44 PM
under DDoS? I had 13 LTC in  :-[

Our hosting service had "Problems with network".


looks like it still has

Sadly, yes


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: Kartoff on June 09, 2013, 04:56:45 PM
Can be expected soon to be online ?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: vm1990 on June 09, 2013, 07:21:26 PM
what makes it really funny is the people stopping coinotron from getting ddosed is also down XD either
A.heavy heavy attack
B.koddos.com is usless
C. something went very very wrong somewhere on there side



Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: vm1990 on June 09, 2013, 07:29:01 PM
after looking around looks like someone messed up an upgrade.......
https://twitter.com/KoddosCom


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: ben62884 on June 10, 2013, 09:39:22 PM
Is the site down for everyone again right now? Haven't been able to access the site for a couple hours


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: vm1990 on June 10, 2013, 11:44:42 PM
back up and working for a few hours now


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: forsetifox on June 15, 2013, 01:40:52 AM
Anyone mining on the TRC node right now? I can't connect to it.

Edit: Same message on Multipool about being unable to connect. Tried the Redpoint TRC pool and it connects.

 :-\


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: xRUFUSx on June 16, 2013, 03:33:10 AM
My PPC confirmed rewards have been 0.04 more than my payout threshold for weeks  ???

IMHO Coinotron is in desperate need of a payout on demand feature!!


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on June 16, 2013, 07:59:41 PM
My PPC confirmed rewards have been 0.04 more than my payout threshold for weeks  ???

IMHO Coinotron is in desperate need of a payout on demand feature!!

Why you didn't just send email to support?
Please send me your account name: coinotron@gmail.com



Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: Mastergerund on June 16, 2013, 08:43:05 PM
Is the rewards chart outdated? It says share difficulty 1 for BTC, but I'm mining on the pool right now and cgminer is targeting 8.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: Wolf0 on June 17, 2013, 04:28:43 AM
Can you flush all LTC owed to me to my address? My account name is Wolf0.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on June 17, 2013, 10:07:24 PM
Can you flush all LTC owed to me to my address? My account name is Wolf0.
Done.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: ehoffman on June 20, 2013, 02:26:10 AM
Payout seems to be stuck again...  Been waiting for hours for FRC transfer that doesn't happen...

I set it to 50, and I have 175 FRC confirmed FRC.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: SteveB on June 20, 2013, 02:44:52 AM
Payout seems to be stuck again...  Been waiting for hours for FRC transfer that doesn't happen...

I set it to 50, and I have 175 FRC confirmed FRC.

I'm also waiting for an FRC payout.
Tried different thresholds (10, 50, 100) but it's not paying out.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on June 22, 2013, 08:05:26 AM
Payout seems to be stuck again...  Been waiting for hours for FRC transfer that doesn't happen...

I set it to 50, and I have 175 FRC confirmed FRC.

I'm sorry, FRC Hot wallet was empty. Payouts have been sent.


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: stslimited on June 25, 2013, 11:36:15 PM
thanks


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: superman3486 on July 02, 2013, 01:37:34 PM
website down, miners still running..whats going on? any updates....


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: AtomSea on July 13, 2013, 02:05:26 AM
I mined BTC on Coinotron after P2Pool got some errors - but now the Coinotron is 900 hours and no block found  :o
Is there a way for Coinotron to get some asics assistance so we can get the block and help out some small time miners?  ???
Please  :-\


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: sinergy on July 18, 2013, 09:37:41 PM
Something strange is going on with FTC mining. All blocks proof to be orphan and there are no payouts. Anyone know what is going on?


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on July 19, 2013, 05:49:43 PM
Something strange is going on with FTC mining. All blocks proof to be orphan and there are no payouts. Anyone know what is going on?

FTC network is under attack:
http://forum.feathercoin.com/index.php?board=55.0 (http://forum.feathercoin.com/index.php?board=55.0)


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: Schrankwand on July 21, 2013, 11:35:29 AM
Finally, the BTC Spell has been broken...


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on July 27, 2013, 11:07:05 AM
FYI

Due to lack of popularity we are closing BTC pool.

Please withdraw your coins until 2013-08-15.





Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: mxmenga on July 27, 2013, 01:27:51 PM
Quote

Due to lack of popularity we are closing BTC pool.

Please withdraw your coins until 2013-08-31.


ok , but i have a 0,098 btc, i cannot automatic withdraw my coins .. you can implements a manual withdraw?
thanks


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on July 27, 2013, 01:30:50 PM
Quote

Due to lack of popularity we are closing BTC pool.

Please withdraw your coins until 2013-08-31.


ok , but i have a 0,098 btc, i cannot automatic withdraw my coins .. you can implements a manual withdraw?
thanks

just email cash out request to coinotron@gmail.com from email you specified during registration.


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: mxmenga on July 27, 2013, 01:38:24 PM
Quote

Due to lack of popularity we are closing BTC pool.

Please withdraw your coins until 2013-08-31.


ok , but i have a 0,098 btc, i cannot automatic withdraw my coins .. you can implements a manual withdraw?
thanks

just email cash out request to coinotron@gmail.com from email you specified during registration.

i'm registered without specified my mail , and i can put in this time, but the system replies "Registration unsuccessful"


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on July 27, 2013, 01:49:22 PM
Quote

Due to lack of popularity we are closing BTC pool.

Please withdraw your coins until 2013-08-31.


ok , but i have a 0,098 btc, i cannot automatic withdraw my coins .. you can implements a manual withdraw?
thanks

just email cash out request to coinotron@gmail.com from email you specified during registration.

i'm registered without specified my mail , and i can put in this time, but the system replies "Registration unsuccessful"

Please contact me vie email: coinotron@gmail.com


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: mxmenga on July 27, 2013, 01:50:51 PM
Quote

Due to lack of popularity we are closing BTC pool.

Please withdraw your coins until 2013-08-31.


ok , but i have a 0,098 btc, i cannot automatic withdraw my coins .. you can implements a manual withdraw?
thanks

just email cash out request to coinotron@gmail.com from email you specified during registration.

i'm registered without specified my mail , and i can put in this time, but the system replies "Registration unsuccessful"

Please contact me vie email: coinotron@gmail.com


ok i send mail, thanks


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: nesic1 on July 27, 2013, 02:02:58 PM
i have 0.00094873BTC, can i withdraw too?


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on July 27, 2013, 04:35:32 PM
i have 0.00094873BTC, can i withdraw too?

Yes. :)
On website set your payout address and send me email with cash out request: coinotron@gmail.com


Title: Re: [100 GH] (2% DGM) - COINOTRON pool - Stratum, ASIC tested - BTC only topic
Post by: ninjaboon on July 29, 2013, 01:34:38 AM
FYI

Due to lack of popularity we are closing BTC pool.

Please withdraw your coins until 2013-08-31.

EDIT: Please wait with withdrawals until last solved block reaches 120 confirmations.



Sad to see your BTC pool shutting down.
I've been using your PPC pool in the last 2 days since the D7 pool had problems.
So far, its good. Keep up the good work.


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: DogtownHero on July 31, 2013, 10:20:04 AM
emailed you a withdrawal request. sorry to hear that your pool is shutting down. i was making pretty good rewards there off of only one Block Eruptor. was wondering what the deal was when cgminer switched to a different pool and i couldn't login to my coinotron account. kinda worried it was a scam or something. anywho, sorry to see your pool go.


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on July 31, 2013, 11:36:21 PM
emailed you a withdrawal request. sorry to hear that your pool is shutting down. i was making pretty good rewards there off of only one Block Eruptor. was wondering what the deal was when cgminer switched to a different pool and i couldn't login to my coinotron account. kinda worried it was a scam or something. anywho, sorry to see your pool go.

BTC pool got about 1% of other Coinotron's pools hashrate. One month to solve single BTC block. This was just too painful for me and miners.
You are welcome to mine alt coins on Coinotron :)


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: ryantc on August 01, 2013, 02:24:56 AM
sent you an e-mail about the withdraw.

also want to thank you for maintaining good pools for miners ;)


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC pool closed, please withdraw your coins.
Post by: lajz99 on August 04, 2013, 07:42:34 AM
Are there known issues with the hash rate being under reported?  I'm mining at 199 but only reporting as 139 on the site.


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC pool closed, please withdraw your coins.
Post by: tiberiandusk on August 04, 2013, 07:50:22 AM
Hashrate is calculated from the number of shares submitted so it will fluctuate depending on your luck finding shares.


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: Truecoin on August 06, 2013, 10:31:34 AM
i have 0.00094873BTC, can i withdraw too?

Yes. :)
On website set your payout address and send me email with cash out request: coinotron@gmail.com

Is it possible to remove the minimum withdraw threshold for bitcoins  so everybody could just withdraw their
remaining coins without emailing any cash out requests?


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: coinotron on August 06, 2013, 01:28:25 PM
i have 0.00094873BTC, can i withdraw too?

Yes. :)
On website set your payout address and send me email with cash out request: coinotron@gmail.com

Is it possible to remove the minimum withdraw threshold for bitcoins  so everybody could just withdraw their
remaining coins without emailing any cash out requests?

It is not a big deal to send email with cashout request.


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC pool closed, please withdraw your coins.
Post by: huryde on November 19, 2013, 12:29:56 AM
I'm not seeing all of my hash power and even tho shares are accepted it is not adding up.


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC pool closed, please withdraw your coins.
Post by: Shimple on November 21, 2013, 10:50:27 PM
I forgot my account but I see no option anywhere to recover it? How is this done?


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: cosurgi on December 03, 2013, 04:15:58 PM
Is this the official coinotron thread?

I post because I see some errors in my miners. Pool requires getwork restart, or some shares lost. I don't think this is a network problem, because avalons are working just fine.

Do you have the same problem?


Title: Re: COINOTRON pool - BTC only topic
Post by: cosurgi on December 05, 2013, 06:09:47 PM
nevermind, I installed p2pool locally, and it works much better. And also has a very nice www page with stats.