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September 20, 2016, 09:46:50 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???




I would assume that some are, if the VPS has the available resources.

I know some VPS's have a lot of IP addresses available to them, albeit IPv6. It would then come down to other resources, ram, drive space, cpu etc.

I use mp hosting. Paul top bloke and it's $1.50 per masternode/vps. You can also pay him on dnet.

Not sure im understanding exactly what you are saying. $1.50 per masternood/vps??? A VPS for $1.50 per month, or a master node makes $1.50 per month?

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September 20, 2016, 10:08:42 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???




I would assume that some are, if the VPS has the available resources.

I know some VPS's have a lot of IP addresses available to them, albeit IPv6. It would then come down to other resources, ram, drive space, cpu etc.

I use mp hosting. Paul top bloke and it's $1.50 per masternode/vps. You can also pay him on dnet.

Not sure im understanding exactly what you are saying. $1.50 per masternood/vps??? A VPS for $1.50 per month, or a master node makes $1.50 per month?

Hi ok my hosting works like this
You pay $1 setup up charge per masternode and $1.5 per month
So for the first bill it's $2.5 for the first month then $1.5 per month there after
Each masternode gets its own ip4 IP addtress I don't do IPv6
You get full root access to the vPS
If you need any more info just let me know

Thanks
Paul

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September 20, 2016, 10:49:58 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???




I would assume that some are, if the VPS has the available resources.

I know some VPS's have a lot of IP addresses available to them, albeit IPv6. It would then come down to other resources, ram, drive space, cpu etc.

I use mp hosting. Paul top bloke and it's $1.50 per masternode/vps. You can also pay him on dnet.

Not sure im understanding exactly what you are saying. $1.50 per masternood/vps??? A VPS for $1.50 per month, or a master node makes $1.50 per month?

Hi ok my hosting works like this
You pay $1 setup up charge per masternode and $1.5 per month
So for the first bill it's $2.5 for the first month then $1.5 per month there after
Each masternode gets its own ip4 IP addtress I don't do IPv6
You get full root access to the vPS
If you need any more info just let me know

Thanks
Paul


Hmm ok, so about $18 per year? Lets see, a master node will yield about 15 coins per day? That is about 5475 per year. If those coins are worth about 650 sats each (approximate current value) that means after 1 year you have earned about 0.0355875. Assuming a bitcoin value of about $610, that means the coins earned by the master node in 1 year are worth about $21.708375. Maybe my estimates are a little off, but that just doesnt seem to be worth it, unless the coin value really sky rockets. Less than $4 per year profit per MD. Not sure that is really worth it Undecided On top of that you have the cost of also buying or obtaining the 10k required to hold in the node to be a MN

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September 20, 2016, 11:29:45 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???




I would assume that some are, if the VPS has the available resources.

I know some VPS's have a lot of IP addresses available to them, albeit IPv6. It would then come down to other resources, ram, drive space, cpu etc.

I use mp hosting. Paul top bloke and it's $1.50 per masternode/vps. You can also pay him on dnet.

Not sure im understanding exactly what you are saying. $1.50 per masternood/vps??? A VPS for $1.50 per month, or a master node makes $1.50 per month?

Hi ok my hosting works like this
You pay $1 setup up charge per masternode and $1.5 per month
So for the first bill it's $2.5 for the first month then $1.5 per month there after
Each masternode gets its own ip4 IP addtress I don't do IPv6
You get full root access to the vPS
If you need any more info just let me know

Thanks
Paul


Hmm ok, so about $18 per year? Lets see, a master node will yield about 15 coins per day? That is about 5475 per year. If those coins are worth about 650 sats each (approximate current value) that means after 1 year you have earned about 0.0355875. Assuming a bitcoin value of about $610, that means the coins earned by the master node in 1 year are worth about $21.708375. Maybe my estimates are a little off, but that just doesnt seem to be worth it, unless the coin value really sky rockets. Less than $4 per year profit per MD. Not sure that is really worth it Undecided On top of that you have the cost of also buying or obtaining the 10k required to hold in the node to be a MN

Your numbers are quite a bit off, check here for the daily rewards. http://178.254.23.111/~pub/DN/DN_masternode_payments_stats.html

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September 20, 2016, 11:47:37 PM
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I've had six orphans while staking in the past two days. Anyone else having this unusually high rate?

There are hosting services, as well as cheap VPS's. but some are using IPv6 as well as IPv4.

As the resource requirements increase as the coin grows, the cost of hosting will also increase. It is a natural progression.

So are people running multiple MN wallets on single cheap VPS's that are given multiple public IPs???




I would assume that some are, if the VPS has the available resources.

I know some VPS's have a lot of IP addresses available to them, albeit IPv6. It would then come down to other resources, ram, drive space, cpu etc.

I use mp hosting. Paul top bloke and it's $1.50 per masternode/vps. You can also pay him on dnet.

Not sure im understanding exactly what you are saying. $1.50 per masternood/vps??? A VPS for $1.50 per month, or a master node makes $1.50 per month?

Hi ok my hosting works like this
You pay $1 setup up charge per masternode and $1.5 per month
So for the first bill it's $2.5 for the first month then $1.5 per month there after
Each masternode gets its own ip4 IP addtress I don't do IPv6
You get full root access to the vPS
If you need any more info just let me know

Thanks
Paul


Hmm ok, so about $18 per year? Lets see, a master node will yield about 15 coins per day? That is about 5475 per year. If those coins are worth about 650 sats each (approximate current value) that means after 1 year you have earned about 0.0355875. Assuming a bitcoin value of about $610, that means the coins earned by the master node in 1 year are worth about $21.708375. Maybe my estimates are a little off, but that just doesnt seem to be worth it, unless the coin value really sky rockets. Less than $4 per year profit per MD. Not sure that is really worth it Undecided On top of that you have the cost of also buying or obtaining the 10k required to hold in the node to be a MN

Your numbers are quite a bit off, check here for the daily rewards. http://178.254.23.111/~pub/DN/DN_masternode_payments_stats.html

Ok that makes a little more sense.

How much resources do each wallet use. Just curious how many can run on a vps. I know it will depend on vps specs, but knowing about how much 1 uses, would help figure how many can be used on a single vps.

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September 21, 2016, 05:09:20 AM
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Your numbers are quite a bit off, check here for the daily rewards. http://178.254.23.111/~pub/DN/DN_masternode_payments_stats.html

i guess the calculation on the site is wrong.
payment per Masternode is around: 36  DNET/day atm not 55 dnet/day

1.38 x 26 dnet, not 1.38 x 40 dnet ... or am i missing something here?

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September 21, 2016, 06:32:15 AM
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i guess the calculation on the site is wrong.
payment per Masternode is around: 36  DNET/day atm not 55 dnet/day

1.38 x 26 dnet, not 1.38 x 40 dnet ... or am i missing something here?

You are correct. The calculations on the MN info page is using full 40 per block instead of 26 that it is right now.
It's been like that since the PoS switch. Crowning knows about it I think but haven't had time to update it yet.

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September 21, 2016, 12:46:05 PM
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Another masternode... another first payment. :-)

In case you are curious, the first payment came after 46 hours.
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September 21, 2016, 02:23:06 PM
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i guess the calculation on the site is wrong.
payment per Masternode is around: 36  DNET/day atm not 55 dnet/day

1.38 x 26 dnet, not 1.38 x 40 dnet ... or am i missing something here?

You are correct. The calculations on the MN info page is using full 40 per block instead of 26 that it is right now.
It's been like that since the PoS switch. Crowning knows about it I think but haven't had time to update it yet.

i imagine there is no 'enforcement' available for DNet (is that correct) ?
as my MN payments are all over the shop - 1 day  Wink

3x 52
4x 26
2x 26 (after no payment for 1,5 days)
1x  0  (no idea why he is still off)

(for the sake of statistics)

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September 21, 2016, 02:54:43 PM
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i guess the calculation on the site is wrong.
payment per Masternode is around: 36  DNET/day atm not 55 dnet/day

1.38 x 26 dnet, not 1.38 x 40 dnet ... or am i missing something here?

You are correct. The calculations on the MN info page is using full 40 per block instead of 26 that it is right now.
It's been like that since the PoS switch. Crowning knows about it I think but haven't had time to update it yet.

i imagine there is no 'enforcement' available for DNet (is that correct) ?
as my MN payments are all over the shop - 1 day  Wink

3x 52
4x 26
2x 26 (after no payment for 1,5 days)
1x  0  (no idea why he is still off)

(for the sake of statistics)

Reward Enforcement is on, But masternodes are chosen by consensus, so there is a level of randomness to the choosing. not every masternode will get paid every 24 hours. it is more of an average.

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September 21, 2016, 03:06:05 PM
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Ah cool
tx for the feedback - good to know

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September 21, 2016, 04:23:15 PM
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have trouble collecting payments from master nodes , running 60 hours straight , I am on the following wallet version (master nodes are synced and activated) , anyone experiences the same issue  ? thanks!

 "version" : 2010203,
 "protocolversion" : 70701,
 "walletversion" : 61000,

sometimes seeing this in the logs, and wallet fails to sync in full , something up with clients mismatch POS blocking network some dude patched his custom wallet with malicious code (maybe) which could also block MN payments (happened before)

2016-09-21 16:59:51 ERROR: GetTransaction : txid mismatch
2016-09-21 16:59:51 ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
2016-09-21 16:59:51 WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block ce2d330184445a6f857d470679b2cd002d342c10c160db704e2a5a7968d6889d
2016-09-21 16:59:51 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : AcceptBlock FAILED

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September 21, 2016, 07:49:30 PM
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have trouble collecting payments from master nodes , running 60 hours straight , I am on the following wallet version (master nodes are synced and activated) , anyone experiences the same issue  ? thanks!

 "version" : 2010203,
 "protocolversion" : 70701,
 "walletversion" : 61000,

sometimes seeing this in the logs, and wallet fails to sync in full , something up with clients mismatch POS blocking network some dude patched his custom wallet with malicious code (maybe) which could also block MN payments (happened before)

2016-09-21 16:59:51 ERROR: GetTransaction : txid mismatch
2016-09-21 16:59:51 ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
2016-09-21 16:59:51 WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block ce2d330184445a6f857d470679b2cd002d342c10c160db704e2a5a7968d6889d
2016-09-21 16:59:51 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : AcceptBlock FAILED


What OS are you running?

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September 21, 2016, 07:53:56 PM
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Please check out the POLL at the top of the pages, I need you guys to vote for what you want, so no complaints.. Smiley

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September 21, 2016, 08:15:49 PM
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Please check out the POLL at the top of the pages, I need you guys to vote for what you want, so no complaints.. Smiley

poll setup wrong. doesnt allow you to select anything. every 4 hours prob best tho due to spamming.

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September 21, 2016, 09:29:07 PM
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It  won't let me vote either. But I agree 4hr intervals would be best.
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September 21, 2016, 09:57:09 PM
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Please check out the POLL at the top of the pages, I need you guys to vote for what you want, so no complaints.. Smiley

Yeah, I can't vote either. But I think 4 hours is best out of those intervals.

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September 21, 2016, 10:35:30 PM
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Ok, now try... Smiley

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September 22, 2016, 12:04:18 AM
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Ok, now try... Smiley

works
4h it is

the Mac Wallet started disconnecting (overnight) again
was well for nearly a week or two and now back to disconnecting

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September 22, 2016, 12:35:44 AM
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Ok, now try... Smiley

works
4h it is

the Mac Wallet started disconnecting (overnight) again
was well for nearly a week or two and now back to disconnecting

I am gonna say it is because Coin-server is updating his equipment, so his connections will be limited until he brings everything back online. When all his nodes are online, I have 200+ connections and have zero issues with my Mac wallet.

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