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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Official FutureBit Apollo LTC Image and Support thread on: October 11, 2020, 06:34:48 PM
9+ month, almost 7*24 running 8 Moonlander 2 and 1 Apollo 2nd gen and still not 1 well-deserved full LTC!

LTC price keeps going down down down then up a little and again down down down.

Lots of noise and smoke and no action from LTC developers.

So - I officially shut them all and after almost a month hard work got rid of them at less than 1/2 price!! Not too many fans, I guess.

Considering electricity at around $.10 and difficulty mining, I should’ve known better.

Interesting fact: at litecoinpool I used to be at the very bottom like faster than 16% - recently noticed I got promoted to faster than 26%. A quick look at stats, the number of users were about 3500 something - compare to 5700+.

Good luck to you all and thanks to Futurebit developers, I had fun learning.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] TeamRedMiner 0.7.9 - Nimiq/Kawpow/Ethash/Cryptonight/Chukwa and More on: October 09, 2020, 01:40:33 PM
If you haven't, join their discord for a bit more support.

https://discord.gg/ABZXj2

Lots of folks there and lots of help floating around.

Thank you!

Discord’s ultimate goal is to destroy all these sort of community forums by paying $$ to server owners - like team red.

Stop moving there and support bitcointalk. Force team red to provide support here.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: PhoenixMiner 5.1c: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux) on: October 09, 2020, 01:29:32 PM
New project for miners, absolute free, this project development "ETHlargement" - EthereumPill release
Support Algo: Ethash/KawPow/ProgPow

More info:

Hashrate:
1080ti - 58 mh/s
2060 - 59 mh/s
2070 - 60-62 mh/s
2080 - 63-67 mh/s
2080ti - 68-71 mh/s
3070 - 76-78 mh/s
3080 - 97-99 mh/s
3090 - 115-127 mh/s

P.S.: the project is being drowned by competitors, don't trust anyone, check the information yourself

YOU as well as anyone else who posts these craps must be banned so this shit can be truly drowned. In the meantime, I just print your project and use it to wipe out my dog’s ass.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] The First Litecoin PPS Pool (litecoinpool.org) on: September 11, 2020, 03:22:53 AM
Thanks for dark color scheme.  Cool

ps. mod, if you again think this is off topic and must be deleted, then get another hobby.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: PhoenixMiner 5.0e: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux) on: August 02, 2020, 02:27:42 PM
I have RX580 4GB, whith on borad graphic i got only 21 mh/s using claymore with the last epoch, now with PhoenixMiner I get 30 mh/s.
is there any whay to use claymore straps and rx boost on PhoenixMiner to get 32mh/s ^^.

Yes, there is ... but if I tell you how, then youíll come back tomorrow asking to get 33mh/s ^^.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: PhoenixMiner 5.0e: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux) on: June 24, 2020, 07:24:14 PM
Hey guys,

i am maybe in wrong forum.. but in Ethereum mining you prefer Phoenix or Team Red.. Team Red seems abit faster..
Just trying to get most out of the cards (i think like most of us here)

using Vega 56 on Ethereum..

Like on TRM i get 48.71Mh on Phoenix 44.47Mh seems like a pretty big difference?
good chance my Phoenix miner is not optimized.. so if any help info to fine tune for optimal hashrate is welcome i am running close to 360x Vega 56

Then, stick with whatever seems like a pretty big difference for you.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Official FutureBit Apollo LTC Image and Support thread on: June 18, 2020, 03:27:34 PM
Ive had my batch 1 since day 1 and has always been a sturdy little machine with relatively few glitches. Since upgrading the MCU to enable node support ive had problems.
I have a feeling its because the MCU runs hot and causes problems i.e network disconnects and then the machine fails. It seems to happen when the MCU hits 45 degrees at about 1hour even in ECO.

Tried with out node and still no luck, downgraded to image 1.29 and still the same. Finally replaced the original MCU and every things fine again obviously with out node support though.

So now running back on 1.29 image with original batch 1 MCU and its running sweet even in turbo mode the MCU bearly reaches 27 degrees. Compared to the Masternode version which runs upto 45 degrees and then glitches the machine.

Is this something software could fix i.e change the parameters to let the MCU run hotter if thats what is does, or make it run cooler.

Thanks sticking to no maternode batch 1 setup until further advice.

Any device running additional background / foreground services requires additional resources.

Apollo is a small device with an absolute min amount power (RAM, CPU etc). So running it as node pushes it even further - plus higher temp.

I ran mine with node for a while (batch 2) and noticed was getting more invalid shares than before! It was also running a little hotter. So, I stopped it.

Certainly if it was making some amount of respectable LTC, I would take one for the team of giant LTC miners for sure!!

Those who mine like 50+ LTC / day, they should purchase as many Apollo as Futurebit can produce and run their own nodes to help secure the LTC world!
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: PhoenixMiner 5.0e: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux) on: June 11, 2020, 11:45:46 AM
Hi there,

I've been running 5e for a couple of days, but just today, Windows Defender is saying it's detected a Trojan:

Trojan:Win32/Bomitag.D!ml
E:\PhoenixMiner_5.0e_Windows\PhoenixMiner.exe

Any comments?

Windows Defender and all other similar programs  act and behave like a b***h ... today she loves you - tomorrow she calls you Trojan!
Just add it to exception!!
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v15.0 (Windows/Linux) on: June 09, 2020, 06:22:38 PM
So whats a good second coin to mine at the moment ?

Donít bother. All 2nd coins supported by Claymore (or others) are being sucked by ASIC giants.

This dual mining, was useful a few years ago - but their developers never bothered to tell customers not to waste their time anymore.

Now, any ETH mining software would do. Just find the cheaper or free tools around.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] TeamRedMiner 0.7.5 - Kawpow/Ethash/Cryptonight/Chukwa Thread on: June 06, 2020, 01:36:29 PM
Due to the fact that unlike many respectable and honest developers who allow users to see when devfee process begins and ends, I suggest the following:

Block ďdev2.teamredminer.comĒ within your router and then launch this software.

Check your routerís documentation to see if this feature is available. If not, you can always get a cheap Pi and install Pi-hole to block it.

Sure, you will be mining at a little slower rate but itís worth it because you might have been losing a lot more!

FWIW, I am aware of at least 2 groups on github who have expressed their interest to investigate this software and make it much cheaper to use.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][POOL] ZERGPOOL.com - Multialgo, autoexchange, 0.5% fee, 250+ coins on: June 02, 2020, 11:59:42 PM
13 days and no answer......

Zergpool what happen?

Why no response?

Reagards


They are busy counting, saving and securing our coins!!  Grin
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: XMRig with zero dev fee (0% dev fee) (RandomX) on: June 02, 2020, 10:13:05 PM
I turned off all algorithms except randomx and GPU mining

Why??

EDIT: Never mind!   Smiley
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][POOL] ZERGPOOL.com - Multialgo, autoexchange, 0.5% fee, 250+ coins on: May 28, 2020, 02:51:18 PM
   Balance payment threshold is ~2136.7521 based on 0.0002 BTC equivalent; and ~427.3504 on Sunday late evening(CET)       2079.55264462 ZCH
97%

Again no payment in 24h+

ď When and how do I get paid ?

A: BTC payouts are made automatically every 12 hours for all balances above 0.0025, including Sunday. .

LTC payouts are made automatically every 12 hours for all balances above 0.25, or 0.05 on Sunday..
Payouts for all other currencies are made automatically every 12 hours for all balances above 0.0001 in BTC equivalent, or 0.00002 on Sunday..

Please be noticed that : BTC, LTC, BCH, DOGE and DASH are the *guaranteed* payout coins.
Please wait for pools payout schedule in order to get paid. You can see payout time by hovering your mouse .
at the right top of pool web site (there is "Next Payout: ......" text).Ē

I believe thatís the reason you may never see it in your wallet!! I hope thatís not the case though!!
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Official FutureBit Moonlander 2 Driver and Support Thread on: May 27, 2020, 07:32:33 PM
Ok, I think I have a better handle on what's going on. Apparently the miners don't like ProHashing's coin profitability switching algorithm. Whenever it takes too long for a new mining pattern to get established, that's where it seems that my miner is having trouble, and just stopping. Since I added the c=digibyte field to my script, all three miners are working without issue.

I don't know if it's BFGMiner, or ProHashing's algo that's the cause, but apparently I wasted $50 on another hub, lol.

Cool .. glad you got it resolved.

I tried the same but with zergpool for a few weeks but never any issue like yours. I believe we could blame it on ProHashing - every pool has its own set of configuration though.

Send it back to Amazon then! LOL

Yeah, that hub can handle 3 ML2 no problem. If your Pi has a legit (good) power supply, you can use 1 of its USB 3 (not 2) too - if you decide to buy another ML2 or more!  Cool
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Official FutureBit Moonlander 2 Driver and Support Thread on: May 27, 2020, 06:16:32 PM
Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctorís 1st quesion: what symptom/s youíre experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if itís really device problem.
Yeah on it's own the device works fine. It's like BFGMiner just forgets about it, and doesn't send it work.

So, the device itself is alive.

Are they connected to external powered HUB? Does it have enough power to feed enough amp to each and every one of them?

These little guys are very sensitive and need exact amount of power to work specially if you try to ďover-clockĒ them - see developerís 1st post here. And, most powered-hubs are incapable to provide necessary amps even if those with 10 or more ports. I bought one from Anker which supports up to 7 USB but I can only connect 3 ML 2 - adding 1 more would mess things up bad - so I had to invest on 2 more hubs to get all my 9 ML 2 running.

Youíre running Win10? Raspberry / Linux?

Win10 version keeps trying to restart it and wonít give up until itís done! But Raspberry Piís driver is not compiled to include this functionality so in most cases you either have to restart your rig or BFGminer.
RPi 4 with Rasbian OS. Amazonbasics 36W Powered USB 3 hub. I'm running these stock at 600 Mhz. I edited my previous post with a screenshot. My question is if it was the hub, wouldn't the symptoms be spreadout among the miners? In my case it is the same miner having the issue.

I had nothing but trouble with my Pi 4 here. Even though things were working fine but every few days I had to restart things up because BFG was unable to auto-start 1 or more ML2 and eventually they stopped working!!

So, I switched to Win10 and didnít have to even look at them!

Sorry canít remember how many ML 2 youíve got there. But remember these cheap Amazon stuff @ 36W usually provide 2.xx or 3.xx AMP max / total and NOT per port. Meaning, total AMP will be divided between your ML 2 sticks. They may start up ok but after short period of time they begin starving for more power which your hub fails to provide.

Remind me how many ML 2 you have there, I may be able to suggest how to deal with them so you donít have to spend more money! Wink
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Official FutureBit Moonlander 2 Driver and Support Thread on: May 27, 2020, 02:04:18 PM
Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctorís 1st quesion: what symptom/s youíre experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if itís really device problem.
Yeah on it's own the device works fine. It's like BFGMiner just forgets about it, and doesn't send it work.

So, the device itself is alive.

Are they connected to external powered HUB? Does it have enough power to feed enough amp to each and every one of them?

These little guys are very sensitive and need exact amount of power to work specially if you try to ďover-clockĒ them - see developerís 1st post here. And, most powered-hubs are incapable to provide necessary amps even if those with 10 or more ports. I bought one from Anker which supports up to 7 USB but I can only connect 3 ML 2 - adding 1 more would mess things up bad - so I had to invest on 2 more hubs to get all my 9 ML 2 running.

Youíre running Win10? Raspberry / Linux?

Win10 version keeps trying to restart it and wonít give up until itís done! But Raspberry Piís driver is not compiled to include this functionality so in most cases you either have to restart your rig or BFGminer.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Official FutureBit Moonlander 2 Driver and Support Thread on: May 26, 2020, 06:15:30 PM
Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctorís 1st quesion: what symptom/s youíre experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if itís really device problem.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Official FutureBit Apollo LTC Image and Support thread on: May 26, 2020, 01:37:55 AM
For the question on why I personally am working on BTC over LTC (even though BTC is in my pipeline  Wink ) is simply because thats how I got into crypto back in 2011-12, whats also more exciting for me is the fact that LTC is an order of magnitude smaller than BTC in terms of network hash power, community etc and thats a plus since the stuff im working on I dont need to sell 100's of thousands of units to have a material impact on the network.

As for the dev side of things, there is a lot of stuff happening in the background that you cant see simply from commits etc. Version 18 of the node is about to be released, and we are pretty close to testing the wimblenimble extension blocks on the network, which will be a huge update and set LTC apart even further from BTC.

I believe you meant ďwhy I personally am working on LTC over BTC...Ē Wink

Yeah, I know what you mean but years from now when people ask me why you always buy stuff from Futurebit, Iíd say becasue Apollo and Moonlander 2 introduced me to crypto!  Cool

As for nodes stuff, if they really care to see more of it to provide additional security / faster transaction etc etc, there must be some sort passive income for little guys like us with 1 or 2 Apollo(s).

In my case, as little as being able to pay for my electricity - would do!

Then, of course, there are those who believe In LTC We Trust ... but many of us have not joined the club yet! Wink
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v15.0 (Windows/Linux) on: May 25, 2020, 03:15:51 PM
Must you really quote the very first post?

LMAO
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][POOL] ZERGPOOL.com - Multialgo, autoexchange, 0.5% fee, 250+ coins on: May 24, 2020, 06:13:02 PM
Balance payment threshold is ~2136.7521 based on 0.0002 BTC equivalent; and ~427.3504 on Sunday late evening(CET)
Warning: We are short of this currency. Please temporarily stop mining to this currency, and start new mining to another payout currency (LTC,BTC,DASH,DOGE,BCH) until we find more ZCH blocks

LOOOOL

Spent about 4 weeks 24x7 until my investigation concluded that this pool is either owned / run / managed by bunch of idiots or charlatans - or both!!

Stop further damage to your energy / money / sanity and use some other pool!
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