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April 26, 2017, 03:10:39 PM
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This is good progress man. I look forward to the day when we can mine directly to your pools and forgo even this $2 fee.
My own pool is good idea but i dont want to start many things at once becasue i need to make one nice product, then i will go futherer.
I even started negotiating some things about pool but i will do this later.
Pool isnt my priority at all.

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April 26, 2017, 03:25:42 PM
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Hi tytanick, this is a very nice idea, 2$ per month per rig seems to be very correct for you and fro the users.

I sent you an email in the morning about ETC. Are you going to implement the possibility to mine ETC ? Also, does simplemining works with the new RX 500 series or should we wait before buying those GPUs ?

I'll try to read as much as I can here to determine a safe way to overclock my rig (6 x MSI RX480 8Go).
Thanks for everything and good luck with this awesome project.
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April 26, 2017, 03:28:54 PM
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Hi tytanick, this is a very nice idea, 2$ per month per rig seems to be very correct for you and fro the users.

I sent you an email in the morning about ETC. Are you going to implement the possibility to mine ETC ? Also, does simplemining works with the new RX 500 series or should we wait before buying those GPUs ?

I'll try to read as much as I can here to determine a safe way to overclock my rig (6 x MSI RX480 8Go).
Thanks for everything and good luck with this awesome project.
I am finishing today the new dashboard which is now done in 98%. Only some testing and i will email to everyone about new look + new dashboard performance and usability.
This is basic conversion of new look, after that i will be making it more beautifull but there are 2 more important things:
- fees so i coud work faster and harder
- RX580 FIX - so you will be able to make better performance on RX500 - i am already testing RX570 4GB Gigabytes and its working without an issue Smiley
This fix is next on my list.
- grouping features

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April 26, 2017, 03:53:22 PM
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Sounds great. Personally, I would love having the option to make a one time, upfront payment in lieu of a monthly subscription. I have used a couple open source/freeware programs that adopted this approach over time. One example that many of you may be familiar with is Plex, which provided the opportunity for users to make a one time donation early on in the project in exchange for a "Plex Pass," which entitled the holders of the pass to receive free access for life to most of the Plex services.

This approach has several benefits for all involved parties. First, this permits the developer to raise a decent amount of cash upfront, which he can then use to finance continued development of the project. Second, it establishes a devoted, loyal core user base.

As for me, I know one of the biggest benefits of allowing user to make a single upfront, lump sum payment is that I wouldn't need to worry about making future payments. I have an admittedly irrational and somewhat extreme aversion to paying monthly fees. As such, I always appreciate when I have an opportunity to avoid it.

I have no idea how you are going about implementing your fee system from a technical perspective, so I appreciate that my suggestion may be impractical to implement at this time. However, I thought I would share just in case it was a possibility.

Also, any possibility of permitting payments to be made with ETH, even if the ETH fee is pegged to the value of BTC?
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April 26, 2017, 04:02:22 PM
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I will propably make other donation systems like ETH, but as BTC is still most popular and everyone can send it (for example after converting in exchange), then i will be accepinng BTC at this time.
Not everything at once Smiley
Also i cant take lifetime payment - it makes my OS harder and produces many problems.
More rigs = you need to pay more. Each rig is generating traffic and cpu usage on my system, and not single user.
So one user can have 100 rigs while other can have 2. There must be per rig payment.
Also per rig lifetime payment would make problems such as, what if your motherboard will broke ?
I would need to reassign license, thats too much work, i really like simplicity and users like it too.
The most simple ways is:
Load account with any amount and every 24 hours, each rig will substract little amount from one account balance.
It just cant be more simple than that Cheesy




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April 26, 2017, 04:02:47 PM
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As I stated before, I've MSI Z170A Gaming M5 motherboard and Asus RX 480 8G, when I try to use more than 4 gpus, simplemining doesn't detect gpus and it gives and error.
Is there anybody who uses Z170A chipset? Have you ever tried to use RX 480 8G with this motherboard?

I thought I had replied to you earlier, but upon reviewing my post history, I may have been thinking about a response I posted to another user in another thread.

I run this board with 8 RX 470 4gb cards without issue, and it was very easy to get running. I have helped a couple people with this board, and to the best of my knowledge, everyone has been able to get it to work with the following steps:

1. Use a Skylake processor. One person I know of started with a Kaby Lake processor, and he could not get the board to run more than 4 cards without switching to a Skylake.

2. Update the BIOS to the latest version.

3. Enable above 4g decoding

4. Leave all other settings alone (with the exception of selecting internal graphics upon boot up), especially the settings concerning PCIe speed. Leave PCIe speeds set to "Auto." Other people have suggested changing these settings to Gen I or Gen II, but most of those suggestions concerned getting this board to work using a superseded version of the BIOS.

5. I know Tytanick is working on some issues with smOS and how it interacts with RX 5xx cards. I don't know what those issues are.
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April 26, 2017, 04:11:33 PM
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I will propably make other donation systems like ETH, but as BTC is still most popular and everyone can send it (for example after converting in exchange), then i will be accepinng BTC at this time.
Not everything at once Smiley
Also i cant take lifetime payment - it makes my OS harder and produces many problems.
More rigs = you need to pay more. Each rig is generating traffic and cpu usage on my system, and not single user.
So one user can have 100 rigs while other can have 2. There must be per rig payment.
Also per rig lifetime payment would make problems such as, what if your motherboard will broke ?
I would need to reassign license, thats too much work, i really like simplicity and users like it too.
The most simple ways is:
Load account with any amount and every 24 hours, each rig will substract little amount from one account balance.
It just cant be more simple than that Cheesy



Understood and appreciated.

Just to clarify one point, the way I envisioned a lump sum payment would be make a certain payment that would entitle to user to run one rig per account, payment x 2 for two rigs & etc. Also, I would assume that such payment, or perhaps a better way to classify it would be a "donation," would under no circumstances be refundable.

I love smOS, and assuming it makes financial sense, will continue to use it, regardless of how you implement your fee system. The only reason I raised this suggestion was to present a point of view concerning fees and lump sum payments that may depart from your own views. Personally, I would be willing to pay a fairly significant up front amount, relative to the monthly fee, in order to avoid paying a monthly fee.

Again, thank you for smOS. I absolutely love it!
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April 26, 2017, 04:19:17 PM
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Thanks tytanick for your answer.

I understand that at the moment you don't have time to work on Ethereum Classic implementation on simplemining, but do you think this will be available in the future ? Also, does this require a lot of work in comparison with ETH ? Just saw that Dwafpool have now a ETC Pool and I really would like to mine on it.


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April 26, 2017, 04:35:12 PM
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INFO UPDATE regarding SimpleMining FEE SYSTEM

2 bucks per month per rig works out to be 6 cents per day per rig!

If 1 have 100 rigs on smOS for example...

that works to about 200 USD per month or 6.66 USD per day

Is my math correct?

I can live with this, and its a simple fee system.

I see some ideas on Tytanick Pool....
.... please do focus your efforts into the smOS and SRR platforms because its will require your full attention 24x7.

I hope more and more new features can be added into smOS and SRR.


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April 26, 2017, 04:40:52 PM
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Thanks tytanick for your answer.

I understand that at the moment you don't have time to work on Ethereum Classic implementation on simplemining, but do you think this will be available in the future ? Also, does this require a lot of work in comparison with ETH ? Just saw that Dwafpool have now a ETC Pool and I really would like to mine on it.


correct me if I am wrong but isn't Claymore miner can already mine ETC pools as per normal as long as the algo type is Dagger-Hashimoto?

For example: EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal <Your_Ethereum_Address>.<RigName> -epsw x


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April 26, 2017, 04:42:25 PM
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Ok let me straight this fee payment.

You wont have to pay exactly the first day of each month Tongue
You will have just balance which you could credit upfron for lets say 4 months.
Then this balance will decrease everyday. If you will see that it will end up soon you could add more anytime.
In future there will be some notifications ofcourse. Anyway i guess its no problem to pay upfornt for 3 months for 2 rigs.... 2$*3 monthx *2rigs = 12 $
I would accually love if someone will credit its balance upfront for few months.
There are some people who already made donations that will keep them runing all rigs for a half year or more Smiley
But not many of those. People dont like paying even 1$ so i need to force it.
Unfortunatley this life costs but i would be happy if all finances in a world would be destroyed and everyone would live without evil money world.
I myself have big debtis in banks that i need to pay.
Most debits are becasue i invested in developing in myself, some becasue little depression was getting into me for past few years but its ok for 4 years.
Also i lost much money on game calles Entropia Universe Cheesy - i think something like 10'000$ went there over few years Cheesy
But again, i really like giving people possibility to use my easy to use tool. Smiley


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April 26, 2017, 04:43:33 PM
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2 bucks per month per rig works out to be 6 cents per day per rig!

If 1 have 100 rigs on smOS for example...

that works to about 200 USD per month or 6.66 USD per day

Is my math correct?


You're setting up another location now?  I thought you were maxed out? Smiley

Yes, I think your math is correct.

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2 bucks per month per rig works out to be 6 cents per day per rig!

If 1 have 100 rigs on smOS for example...

that works to about 200 USD per month or 6.66 USD per day

Is my math correct?


You're setting up another location now?  I thought you were maxed out? Smiley

Yes, I think your math is correct.

I am setting up a 2nd GPU farm - work in progress, so maebee 30 more rigs... but that's about it - what I can afford  Wink

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Thanks tytanick for your answer.

I understand that at the moment you don't have time to work on Ethereum Classic implementation on simplemining, but do you think this will be available in the future ? Also, does this require a lot of work in comparison with ETH ? Just saw that Dwafpool have now a ETC Pool and I really would like to mine on it.




@Citronick answered you already. But just in case you didn't understand his answer.

First of all Dwarfpool does NOT offer a ETC pool anymore. They deleted it awhile ago.  

In SimpleMining you can add custom configurations to Claymore. This allows you to mine other coins as Citronick has already said.

You select "Claymore-eth v9.2"
You select the radio button to specify you want to use this miner.
Underneath that you'll see some text like "Custom Miner Options"
Code:
-wd 1 -r 1 -epool stratum+tcp://eth-eu.dwarfpool.com:8008 -ewal $walletETH/$rigName -esm 0 -epsw x -allpools 1 -mport -3333

Change this to read something like:
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-wd 1 -r 1 -epool eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal YourETCWalletAddress.$rigName -esm 0 -epsw x -allpools 1 -mport -3333 -allcoins exp

You would need to pick the right ethermine server based on your location.
You would also need to replace "YourETCWalletAddress" with your wallet.

The $rigName allows you to use simple mining's rig naming. It will insert the rig name from simplemining.
The -allcoins exp is required to mine other coins like EXP.

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April 26, 2017, 05:09:40 PM
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INFO UPDATE regarding SimpleMining FEE SYSTEM
2 bucks per month per rig works out to be 6 cents per day per rig!
If 1 have 100 rigs on smOS for example...
that works to about 200 USD per month or 6.66 USD per day
Is my math correct?
I can live with this, and its a simple fee system.
I see some ideas on Tytanick Pool....
.... please do focus your efforts into the smOS and SRR platforms because its will require your full attention 24x7.
I hope more and more new features can be added into smOS and SRR.
You are correct about calculations. Its like 0,7% of incom. Not much i guess.
Pool yes, i dont want to take all and do all crappy systems.
I want to polish one anf if i will see that i am doing ok, then i will rediscuss pool.
Right now i dont do own pool bymyself.
Most propably my firend would do this pool and i would give it to users. Also lower fees than other pools in net.
But its not my prioirty.

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April 26, 2017, 05:11:19 PM
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To @Tytanick

You receve my message with script for sending "keys" to miner tty?
Like press "s" for statistic or disable problem gpu (0..9) from web interfece, console window.

Please say about integration.
If not soon i must integrate himself for all my rigs(((
Need statistic about probem gpu.
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@fittsy Ok thank you very much, your answer was very clear, my rig is now working ETC, thanks a lot for your help Smiley
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April 26, 2017, 08:13:48 PM
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INFO UPDATE regarding SimpleMining FEE SYSTEM
2 bucks per month per rig works out to be 6 cents per day per rig!
If 1 have 100 rigs on smOS for example...
that works to about 200 USD per month or 6.66 USD per day
Is my math correct?
I can live with this, and its a simple fee system.
I see some ideas on Tytanick Pool....
.... please do focus your efforts into the smOS and SRR platforms because its will require your full attention 24x7.
I hope more and more new features can be added into smOS and SRR.
You are correct about calculations. Its like 0,7% of incom. Not much i guess.
Pool yes, i dont want to take all and do all crappy systems.
I want to polish one anf if i will see that i am doing ok, then i will rediscuss pool.
Right now i dont do own pool bymyself.
Most propably my firend would do this pool and i would give it to users. Also lower fees than other pools in net.
But its not my prioirty.

This kind of penalizes people with two card rigs or any card with less than the maximum number of cards.  I have a few two card rigs that I guess I will have to switch back.

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April 26, 2017, 08:15:08 PM
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It´s OK, i think you deserve some revenue for your work and maintenance/cost of the platform @ tytanick.

Has nobody got the losing wifi ability from router when mining? When i start mining via ethernet with my rig i cant connect any home device to wifi. I tried with ubuntu too and have the same problem Sad.

And any pool advice and configuration for stable dual mining ETH/DCR with 2x RX480?

I would apretiate much some help Cheesy.
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April 26, 2017, 08:16:21 PM
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To @Tytanick

You receve my message with script for sending "keys" to miner tty?
Like press "s" for statistic or disable problem gpu (0..9) from web interfece, console window.

Please say about integration.
If not soon i must integrate himself for all my rigs(((
Need statistic about probem gpu.
Yeah i got it, still its no problem for me to write this via other scripts that will integrate with my OS.
Still i dont have time to do this right now, meaby later.
Why do dont want to use command line instead - and + ?

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