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July 05, 2015, 07:25:33 PM
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After several days of testing and very positive feedback we're proud to present:





Just point your miners to the pool and forget them - you'll always automatically mine the most profitable coin and get paid in BTC (if you like).

We support all major Algos and we're about to implement any new, promising algo.

New coin additions will happen quick and are always announced here and on our Twitter.

The servers are monitored 24x7 - Support via PM, Mail or Twitter: http://twitter.com/ffpoolnet

Thanks for YAAMP for their brilliant code as a staring point !

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July 06, 2015, 06:50:35 PM
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Our Quark Hashrate peaked at 1 GH/s today, lots of SharkCoin Blocks have been found. Thanks a lot for your trust.

We added a lot of new coins today:

- WBB (scrypt)
- DGB (sha256)
- MUE (quark)
- CANN (x11)
- HEDGE (x13)

Much more to come soon !

Payouts are going through flawless, you can mine any coin and get paid in any coin too, have fun mining !
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July 06, 2015, 06:54:34 PM
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Out of curiosity, are you only mining the best coin in a given algo, or can you spread the hashrate across a few coins?
I remember YAAMP getting flak for crushing a young coin with too much hashing power, making its difficulty bounce like crazy.
No risk of crushing SAK, but still curious...
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July 06, 2015, 08:18:56 PM
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Out of curiosity, are you only mining the best coin in a given algo, or can you spread the hashrate across a few coins?
I remember YAAMP getting flak for crushing a young coin with too much hashing power, making its difficulty bounce like crazy.
No risk of crushing SAK, but still curious...

I can manually assign hash to or from a certain coin. So if a coin is "too young" I can say only 25% of Hashrate goes there.

For SAK, yes, its certainly not needed Smiley
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July 07, 2015, 09:37:43 AM
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Can you please set up a mining pool for 2bacco coin?

2bacco coin Announcemtent thread at bitcointalk
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1096693.0


2BACCO Website: http://www.2bacco.com

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July 07, 2015, 09:55:03 AM
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Can you please set up a mining pool for 2bacco coin?

2bacco coin Announcemtent thread at bitcointalk
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1096693.0


2BACCO Website: http://www.2bacco.com


Sure, but we'd need it on a Exchange like Yobit, Bleutrade, C-Cex, Bittrex or Cryptsy as we always mine the most profitable coin, we auto-switch based on calculations which need the coin's price at one of those exchanges.
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July 08, 2015, 10:24:12 AM
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Pool is running really nice, steady rise in Hashrate.

Which additional coins would you like to see ? We can also implement new algos if asked for.
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July 08, 2015, 02:11:44 PM
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Pool is running really nice, steady rise in Hashrate.

Which additional coins would you like to see ? We can also implement new algos if asked for.

Agreed. Nice to see your fees lower than your ancestor.

Someone on the old yaamp thread requested cryptonight. I second the request.

One feature that I found yaamp was missing was the ability to mine single coins.
I don't know how difficult it would be to implement but the ability to profit switch
among individual coins would seem a useful and unique feature.

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July 08, 2015, 11:09:20 PM
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Any chance a more flexible payment schedule might be implemented? I ask because some miners (myself included) might find the current payout schedule a bit too frequent and would like to receive payouts less often, like once a day instead of 8 times a day or whatever. Of course, very frequent payouts work well for other people/purposes, so if possible it would be best to offer miners a choice in how often payouts are sent to them.
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July 09, 2015, 12:58:38 AM
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Pool is running really nice, steady rise in Hashrate.

Which additional coins would you like to see ? We can also implement new algos if asked for.

Agreed. Nice to see your fees lower than your ancestor.

Someone on the old yaamp thread requested cryptonight. I second the request.

One feature that I found yaamp was missing was the ability to mine single coins.
I don't know how difficult it would be to implement but the ability to profit switch
among individual coins would seem a useful and unique feature.


You mean mine a coin directly ? This is not planned, as it is a multialgo profit switching pool, it is always mining the most profitable coin. But you can always get payouts in your desired currency, so for example you mine quark put want to get paid in WBB, simply but in your WBB address as the username.



Any chance a more flexible payment schedule might be implemented? I ask because some miners (myself included) might find the current payout schedule a bit too frequent and would like to receive payouts less often, like once a day instead of 8 times a day or whatever. Of course, very frequent payouts work well for other people/purposes, so if possible it would be best to offer miners a choice in how often payouts are sent to them.

Agreed, currently we pay every 3 hours, we've raised that to 6 hours which leads us to 4 payment cycles every day.
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July 09, 2015, 01:07:41 PM
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Brrrrrrrrrrrr
What does it mean? The sum does not equal the total.
http://prntscr.com/7qo6vx
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July 09, 2015, 01:44:47 PM
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Brrrrrrrrrrrr
What does it mean? The sum does not equal the total.
http://prntscr.com/7qo6vx

You're adding apples and oranges.

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July 09, 2015, 02:56:22 PM
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Brrrrrrrrrrrr
What does it mean? The sum does not equal the total.
http://prntscr.com/7qo6vx

You've requested payout in Securecoin, so all you other coins balance gets converted into SRC and then paid out.

Its not meant to equal the sum, its just your balance for the equivalent coin.


So far the pool is running very good, we are in need of more hashing power to other algos than quark. If someone has an request for coin, just message me, I'll be happy to add it !
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July 09, 2015, 03:24:29 PM
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please add x15 coin html5

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So far the pool is running very good, we are in need of more hashing power to other algos than quark. If someone has an request for coin, just message me, I'll be happy to add it !

The flippant answer is whatever is paying most. The problem is it could change from one day to the
next

You already have the most interesting coin at the moment so it should be no surprise the
hash is concentrated on quark.

What's your plan? You already mentioned you are an auto-exchange profit switch multipool.
Within that is there a specific niche you want to target, like new coins, established coins,
obscure algos, etc? Do you want a lean operation or do you want anything and everything that's
mineable & exchangeable?

I'm pretty satisfied with your current selection of coins but here are a couple of suggested
additions:

HTML5/X15 has been paying well for a while.

There are a couple of Neoscrypt coins that have their moments.

A couple of weeks ago vertcoin/lyra2 had a nice pop.
Edit: Nevermind, I see you just added it.

Dime/Quark was interesting on the old yaamp pool.

I previously mentioned Cryptonight as I have not found any other auto exchange
pools that mine that algo.

Keep up the good work.

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July 09, 2015, 03:50:14 PM
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Hi can you please confirm what I have announced in our thread? (I think I may have assumed incorrectly that we can get paid out in MUE with any algo hardware)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=778322.msg11829868#msg11829868

As Yaamp is now renamed, this should still worl, so you can try to MINE using ANY hardware to get MUE Smiley

Mine for MonetaryUnit using ANY mining hardware:
In partnership with http://www.ffpool.net/ we have secured a multipool facility that allows you to use any mining hardware, and get paid in MUE.

This is a fantastic opportunity to dust off old hardware, re-direct existing hardware, or purchase hardware that makes mining easy.
All you have to do is point your miner to the link below that corresponds to your mining hardware algorithm.
This is a great way to support MonetaryUnit, so please do take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Please use the data below, making sure to ONLY change "Your_MonetaryUnit_address".

neoscrypt >  -o stratum+tcp://http://ffpool.net:4233 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x11 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3533 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
qubit >     -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4733 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x13 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3633 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x15 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3733 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
quark >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4033 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
lyra2 >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4433 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x14 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3933 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
scrypt >  -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3433 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
scrypt-n > -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4333 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
sha256 >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3333 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE

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July 09, 2015, 04:20:31 PM
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Hi can you please confirm what I have announced in our thread? (I think I may have assumed incorrectly that we can get paid out in MUE with any algo hardware)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=778322.msg11829868#msg11829868

As Yaamp is now renamed, this should still worl, so you can try to MINE using ANY hardware to get MUE Smiley

Mine for MonetaryUnit using ANY mining hardware:
In partnership with http://www.ffpool.net/ we have secured a multipool facility that allows you to use any mining hardware, and get paid in MUE.

This is a fantastic opportunity to dust off old hardware, re-direct existing hardware, or purchase hardware that makes mining easy.
All you have to do is point your miner to the link below that corresponds to your mining hardware algorithm.
This is a great way to support MonetaryUnit, so please do take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Please use the data below, making sure to ONLY change "Your_MonetaryUnit_address".

neoscrypt >  -o stratum+tcp://http://ffpool.net:4233 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x11 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3533 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
qubit >     -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4733 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x13 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3633 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x15 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3733 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
quark >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4033 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
lyra2 >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4433 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x14 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3933 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
scrypt >  -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3433 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
scrypt-n > -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4333 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
sha256 >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3333 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE

Yes, this is correct !
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July 09, 2015, 07:46:24 PM
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Hi can you please confirm what I have announced in our thread? (I think I may have assumed incorrectly that we can get paid out in MUE with any algo hardware)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=778322.msg11829868#msg11829868

As Yaamp is now renamed, this should still worl, so you can try to MINE using ANY hardware to get MUE Smiley

Mine for MonetaryUnit using ANY mining hardware:
In partnership with http://www.ffpool.net/ we have secured a multipool facility that allows you to use any mining hardware, and get paid in MUE.

This is a fantastic opportunity to dust off old hardware, re-direct existing hardware, or purchase hardware that makes mining easy.
All you have to do is point your miner to the link below that corresponds to your mining hardware algorithm.
This is a great way to support MonetaryUnit, so please do take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Please use the data below, making sure to ONLY change "Your_MonetaryUnit_address".

neoscrypt >  -o stratum+tcp://http://ffpool.net:4233 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x11 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3533 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
qubit >     -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4733 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x13 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3633 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x15 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3733 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
quark >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4033 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
lyra2 >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4433 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
x14 >      -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3933 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
scrypt >  -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3433 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
scrypt-n > -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:4333 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE
sha256 >   -o stratum+tcp://ffpool.net:3333 -u Your_MonetaryUnit_address -p c=MUE

Yes, this is correct !
Perfect thanks, this is just what we wanted to hear ! Smiley

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July 10, 2015, 01:19:19 AM
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Can you please set up a mining pool for 2bacco coin?

2bacco coin Announcemtent thread at bitcointalk
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1096693.0


2BACCO Website: http://www.2bacco.com


Sure, but we'd need it on a Exchange like Yobit, Bleutrade, C-Cex, Bittrex or Cryptsy as we always mine the most profitable coin, we auto-switch based on calculations which need the coin's price at one of those exchanges.

Hi, 2BACCO Coin got added for trading at Yobit.net Smiley


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2BACCO coin [2BACCO] is listed: https://yobit.net/en/trade/2BACCO/BTC
2BACCO coin Dice: https://yobit.net/en/dice/2BACCO

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July 10, 2015, 06:55:10 AM
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You've requested payout in Securecoin, so all you other coins balance gets converted into SRC and then paid out.
Its not meant to equal the sum, its just your balance for the equivalent coin......
Honestly? Written nonsense.
Do you also work? Under the contract of $ 2000 paid in 1000 and explain all conversion?
SHARK If you already converted SHARK into 0.61 SRC as a result can only be 0.56?
Yaamp quickly corrected, and you even can not fix the script. Throw a blizzard.
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