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Author Topic: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v14.7 (Windows/Linux)  (Read 6355657 times)
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February 18, 2018, 02:10:56 AM
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Anyone else having problems with ethermine.org? About 2 hours ago both my rigs went offline on the dashboard, when I checked the rigs both are running, submitting valid shares, and receiving new work from the server, but the dashboard still shows them as offline. I double checked all my settings and my wallet address and everything is correct.

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February 18, 2018, 02:24:40 AM
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Anyone else having problems with ethermine.org? About 2 hours ago both my rigs went offline on the dashboard, when I checked the rigs both are running, submitting valid shares, and receiving new work from the server, but the dashboard still shows them as offline. I double checked all my settings and my wallet address and everything is correct.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/dt3op4r2aiojjoq/IMG_4135.JPG?dl=0

point to another server us1,us2,eu1,eu2 asia whatever...
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February 18, 2018, 03:31:23 AM
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I told my friend to move to mine.nlpool.nl:5766 cause antminer is always giving much less than supposed to be. I will monitor his earnings on mine.nlpool.nl:5766.

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February 18, 2018, 07:47:26 AM
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Nlpool blocks seemingly scarce today. Even with hashrate doubling in last 24 hours...

I agree that a pool % should be charged as nothing is free.

I can’t find the global hashrate of verge anywhere, does someone have a link as I would like to see the suggested impact of claymore on the mining of the currency.


Agree! nothing is free and here is the difference

http://mine.nlpool.nl/site/mining - 1544.509 XVG

http://antminepool.com/site/mining - 1562.01 XVG

so yeah I think in each block around 15 XVG are going towards nlpool owner. I could be wrong as well cause I don't know how this amount is decided.

Seems to be going to DBY4e5T7UW7o6akHcDoY2MjoFnjQ11yKkm.

I have no problem with a 1% fee but would like to know about it!
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February 18, 2018, 08:14:57 AM
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NEW POOL with 0% tax/fee. Join us now: https://verge.ehu.bg/site/mining

74 miners and haven't yet mined a single XVG block! I am keen to point my workers to this new pool but after it starts finding a few blocks per day.
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Last edit: February 18, 2018, 08:36:26 AM by mine_phun
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Nlpool blocks seemingly scarce today. Even with hashrate doubling in last 24 hours...

I agree that a pool % should be charged as nothing is free.

I can’t find the global hashrate of verge anywhere, does someone have a link as I would like to see the suggested impact of claymore on the mining of the currency.


Agree! nothing is free and here is the difference

http://mine.nlpool.nl/site/mining - 1544.509 XVG

http://antminepool.com/site/mining - 1562.01 XVG

so yeah I think in each block around 15 XVG are going towards nlpool owner. I could be wrong as well cause I don't know how this amount is decided.

Seems to be going to DBY4e5T7UW7o6akHcDoY2MjoFnjQ11yKkm.

I have no problem with a 1% fee but would like to know about it!

There are no transaction fees for the XVG coin in the pool on the mining part, but because of that a negative balance will be created, since XVG coin itself has transaction fees for every payment made towards every miner, so the pool needs something to cover for that. I guess that is what you see since a lot of miners are connected and a lot of payments are going out.

Let me emphasize that we try to be 100% transparent here. I read some of this thread back this morning about balance going in and out of wallets of miners. This is because we have no delays, minimum payouts, and i don't prefer to have to put them in. When a block is immature you see it in your wallet. When the block goes orphan after a few minutes then the amount is erased. True, we can manually put a higher XVG amount there where you are reading on the dashboard just like others do, and yes we can make a delay for the balance so it's a bit less wobbly, but i rather not do that. Also, there is something about hot and cold wallets. I prefer to keep the wallet balance on the pool as low as possible for security reasons.

In the next few weeks we will sort things out... like a decent website, a faq, transparant transaction fees and their explanation to cover for the hardware and colocation costs and other things, so please wait for that and give us some time.

As for the profitability of the pool, i am not going into pool-name comparing etc. but the very reason this baby was born is that things did not add up on other pools while we were mining ourselves. So yes, i know why you guys are skeptical because you have experienced probably the same.......... But please, just hit the whattomine website, put in your hashpower and look what you should be getting and compare it to our pool and others. I am sure you'll be more then satisfied.

Have a nice weekend!


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February 18, 2018, 09:04:23 AM
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Nlpool blocks seemingly scarce today. Even with hashrate doubling in last 24 hours...

I agree that a pool % should be charged as nothing is free.

I can’t find the global hashrate of verge anywhere, does someone have a link as I would like to see the suggested impact of claymore on the mining of the currency.


Agree! nothing is free and here is the difference

http://mine.nlpool.nl/site/mining - 1544.509 XVG

http://antminepool.com/site/mining - 1562.01 XVG

so yeah I think in each block around 15 XVG are going towards nlpool owner. I could be wrong as well cause I don't know how this amount is decided.

Seems to be going to DBY4e5T7UW7o6akHcDoY2MjoFnjQ11yKkm.

I have no problem with a 1% fee but would like to know about it!

There are no transaction fees for the XVG coin in the pool on the mining part, but because of that a negative balance will be created, since XVG coin itself has transaction fees for every payment made towards every miner, so the pool needs something to cover for that. I guess that is what you see since a lot of miners are connected and a lot of payments are going out.

Let me emphasize that we try to be 100% transparent here. I read some of this thread back this morning about balance going in and out of wallets of miners. This is because we have no delays, minimum payouts, and i don't prefer to have to put them in. When a block is immature you see it in your wallet. When the block goes orphan after a few minutes then the amount is erased. True, we can manually put a higher XVG amount there where you are reading on the dashboard just like others do, and yes we can make a delay for the balance so it's a bit less wobbly, but i rather not do that. Also, there is something about hot and cold wallets. I prefer to keep the wallet balance on the pool as low as possible for security reasons.

In the next few weeks we will sort things out... like a decent website, a faq, transparant transaction fees and their explanation to cover for the hardware and colocation costs and other things, so please wait for that and give us some time.

As for the profitability of the pool, i am not going into pool-name comparing etc. but the very reason this baby was born is that things did not add up on other pools while we were mining ourselves. So yes, i know why you guys are skeptical because you have experienced probably the same.......... But please, just hit the whattomine website, put in your hashpower and look what you should be getting and compare it to our pool and others. I am sure you'll be more then satisfied.

Have a nice weekend!




Thank you for the explanation. With the exception from one guy above. No one in here has any objection to you making a fair and reasonable profit from your efforts.

While you are here, do you know why you are getting so many orphaned blocks? Seems high.
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February 18, 2018, 09:06:06 AM
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Nlpool blocks seemingly scarce today. Even with hashrate doubling in last 24 hours...

I agree that a pool % should be charged as nothing is free.

I can’t find the global hashrate of verge anywhere, does someone have a link as I would like to see the suggested impact of claymore on the mining of the currency.


Agree! nothing is free and here is the difference

http://mine.nlpool.nl/site/mining - 1544.509 XVG

http://antminepool.com/site/mining - 1562.01 XVG

so yeah I think in each block around 15 XVG are going towards nlpool owner. I could be wrong as well cause I don't know how this amount is decided.

Seems to be going to DBY4e5T7UW7o6akHcDoY2MjoFnjQ11yKkm.

I have no problem with a 1% fee but would like to know about it!

There are no transaction fees for the XVG coin in the pool on the mining part, but because of that a negative balance will be created, since XVG coin itself has transaction fees for every payment made towards every miner, so the pool needs something to cover for that. I guess that is what you see since a lot of miners are connected and a lot of payments are going out.

Let me emphasize that we try to be 100% transparent here. I read some of this thread back this morning about balance going in and out of wallets of miners. This is because we have no delays, minimum payouts, and i don't prefer to have to put them in. When a block is immature you see it in your wallet. When the block goes orphan after a few minutes then the amount is erased. True, we can manually put a higher XVG amount there where you are reading on the dashboard just like others do, and yes we can make a delay for the balance so it's a bit less wobbly, but i rather not do that. Also, there is something about hot and cold wallets. I prefer to keep the wallet balance on the pool as low as possible for security reasons.

In the next few weeks we will sort things out... like a decent website, a faq, transparant transaction fees and their explanation to cover for the hardware and colocation costs and other things, so please wait for that and give us some time.

As for the profitability of the pool, i am not going into pool-name comparing etc. but the very reason this baby was born is that things did not add up on other pools while we were mining ourselves. So yes, i know why you guys are skeptical because you have experienced probably the same.......... But please, just hit the whattomine website, put in your hashpower and look what you should be getting and compare it to our pool and others. I am sure you'll be more then satisfied.

Have a nice weekend!




Thanks !

continue like this and you will destroy other pools if they don't stop scamming miners.
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February 18, 2018, 09:08:26 AM
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There are no transaction fees for the XVG coin in the pool on the mining part, but because of that a negative balance will be created, since XVG coin itself has transaction fees for every payment made towards every miner, so the pool needs something to cover for that. I guess that is what you see since a lot of miners are connected and a lot of payments are going out.

Let me emphasize that we try to be 100% transparent here. I read some of this thread back this morning about balance going in and out of wallets of miners. This is because we have no delays, minimum payouts, and i don't prefer to have to put them in. When a block is immature you see it in your wallet. When the block goes orphan after a few minutes then the amount is erased. True, we can manually put a higher XVG amount there where you are reading on the dashboard just like others do, and yes we can make a delay for the balance so it's a bit less wobbly, but i rather not do that. Also, there is something about hot and cold wallets. I prefer to keep the wallet balance on the pool as low as possible for security reasons.

In the next few weeks we will sort things out... like a decent website, a faq, transparant transaction fees and their explanation to cover for the hardware and colocation costs and other things, so please wait for that and give us some time.

As for the profitability of the pool, i am not going into pool-name comparing etc. but the very reason this baby was born is that things did not add up on other pools while we were mining ourselves. So yes, i know why you guys are skeptical because you have experienced probably the same.......... But please, just hit the whattomine website, put in your hashpower and look what you should be getting and compare it to our pool and others. I am sure you'll be more then satisfied.

Have a nice weekend!

I'm monitoring it and will give my feedback in few days.

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February 18, 2018, 09:13:33 AM
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Anyone tried ethash plus blake2s on Nvidia 1070ti? I'm not able to get more then 31+1200.

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February 18, 2018, 09:23:55 AM
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There are no transaction fees for the XVG coin in the pool on the mining part, but because of that a negative balance will be created, since XVG coin itself has transaction fees for every payment made towards every miner, so the pool needs something to cover for that. I guess that is what you see since a lot of miners are connected and a lot of payments are going out.

Let me emphasize that we try to be 100% transparent here. I read some of this thread back this morning about balance going in and out of wallets of miners. This is because we have no delays, minimum payouts, and i don't prefer to have to put them in. When a block is immature you see it in your wallet. When the block goes orphan after a few minutes then the amount is erased. True, we can manually put a higher XVG amount there where you are reading on the dashboard just like others do, and yes we can make a delay for the balance so it's a bit less wobbly, but i rather not do that. Also, there is something about hot and cold wallets. I prefer to keep the wallet balance on the pool as low as possible for security reasons.

In the next few weeks we will sort things out... like a decent website, a faq, transparant transaction fees and their explanation to cover for the hardware and colocation costs and other things, so please wait for that and give us some time.

As for the profitability of the pool, i am not going into pool-name comparing etc. but the very reason this baby was born is that things did not add up on other pools while we were mining ourselves. So yes, i know why you guys are skeptical because you have experienced probably the same.......... But please, just hit the whattomine website, put in your hashpower and look what you should be getting and compare it to our pool and others. I am sure you'll be more then satisfied.

Have a nice weekend!

I'm monitoring it and will give my feedback in few days.

Metroid this is the first time i see you have normal speaking on a thread and want to deserve the community, your doctor gived you medics ? please continu like this don't forget to take them.
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February 18, 2018, 09:49:35 AM
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Anyone tried ethash plus blake2s on Nvidia 1070ti? I'm not able to get more then 31+1200.

Totally not worth it. Mine equihash, neoscrypt, phi, x17 or any other popular algo with this powerful GPU.
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February 18, 2018, 10:00:24 AM
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Anyone tried ethash plus blake2s on Nvidia 1070ti? I'm not able to get more then 31+1200.

Totally not worth it. Mine equihash, neoscrypt, phi, x17 or any other popular algo with this powerful GPU.

I agree, i just tried with my 1060 * 6 rig it only gives :
Eth : 134 Mh/s
XVG : 1350 Mh/s



My RX580 rigs gives :
Eth : 180 Mh/S
XVG : 9000 Mh/S

The difference is really huge, i think Nvidia cards are not optimized for this dual mining, maybe with the 1070's and above results are better ?
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February 18, 2018, 10:03:48 AM
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Anyone else having problems with ethermine.org? About 2 hours ago both my rigs went offline on the dashboard, when I checked the rigs both are running, submitting valid shares, and receiving new work from the server, but the dashboard still shows them as offline. I double checked all my settings and my wallet address and everything is correct.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/dt3op4r2aiojjoq/IMG_4135.JPG?dl=0
I'm using ethermine and everything is OK and was OK during the night. Are your rigs still offline on Ethermine dashboard?
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February 18, 2018, 10:22:15 AM
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A lot "orphan" blocks last 24 hrs. Cost me about 100 XVG.
But pool itself not bad. It not stealing like UNI, or not accepting connections like ANT.
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February 18, 2018, 10:26:51 AM
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Hi all,
is it better to stick to last August driver for blockchain, or to upgrade to one of the recent ones on compute (rx cards)?
(I am too lazy to check...)
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February 18, 2018, 10:40:46 AM
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Hi all,
is it better to stick to last August driver for blockchain, or to upgrade to one of the recent ones on compute (rx cards)?
(I am too lazy to check...)

The Aug drivers are buggy in my experience and cause rig restarts.  You'll be fine with 17.11.4 or something like that. Just use compute mode like you say.
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February 18, 2018, 10:44:45 AM
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Hi all,
is it better to stick to last August driver for blockchain, or to upgrade to one of the recent ones on compute (rx cards)?
(I am too lazy to check...)

I use August drivers without any restart disconnect, my rigs are up for weeks without any problem. Personal experience.
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February 18, 2018, 10:45:22 AM
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Hi all,
is it better to stick to last August driver for blockchain, or to upgrade to one of the recent ones on compute (rx cards)?
(I am too lazy to check...)
I'm using version 18.2.1 and don't have any problem. Didn't notice any significant difference in hash rate comparing to the previous versions.
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February 18, 2018, 11:45:57 AM
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Hello, old reader, new user here. I got 13 rigs and wanted to share my experience with XVG pools.

I started with unimining last week. Found out they were stealing from me, so I switched to antminepool. Everything was great for a week (except for disconnects), but yesterday at noon, they became shady too.

Here are two screenshots from my Mining Observer app:
 - Yesterday at 11:47 in the morning: https://ibb.co/dDzY87
 - Today at 11:40 in the morning: https://ibb.co/gWJh1S

That is around 40% less profits in one day, while the difficulty stayed the same. I am going to switch pool today.

And to other pool admins:
Dont try to steal from us. We are not dumb, we will notice and will go on different pools. So instead of having regular incomes from fees, you'll get nothing.
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