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August 03, 2016, 11:38:41 AM
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Ocminer, why ur pool keep Downing ?
When u fix it?
I looking a pool who run 100% fine and i can get a good profit with 1gh/s and works with nicehash.

Someone help me pls

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Huh ? Downing ? Nothing downing on my side, what error do you get ?

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August 03, 2016, 11:47:43 AM
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Ocminer, why ur pool keep Downing ?
When u fix it?
I looking a pool who run 100% fine and i can get a good profit with 1gh/s and works with nicehash.

Someone help me pls

Cya

give etc.coinpool.biz a try for Nicehash above 300 MH/s use Port : 8778 for Stratum, Username your wallet-address and password #
Tested it with NiceHash over 48 Hrs without any problems. 1 GH/s you are getting round about 40 - 50 % each block

0.25 % pool-fee, no TX-Fee, payout every 2 hrs. when min 0.5 ETC reached
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August 03, 2016, 11:47:55 AM
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anyone know witch is the best mining motherboard? i wont yr opinion...
thanks in advance...
ps:still is ashrock H and if  so what model;?

ASRock H81-PRO-BTC
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August 03, 2016, 11:53:24 AM
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anyone know witch is the best mining motherboard? i wont yr opinion...
thanks in advance...
ps:still is ashrock H and if  so what model;?

ASRock H81-PRO-BTC

thks mate...
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August 03, 2016, 11:56:27 AM
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Ocminer, why ur pool keep Downing ?
When u fix it?
I looking a pool who run 100% fine and i can get a good profit with 1gh/s and works with nicehash.

Someone help me pls

Cya

Huh ? Downing ? Nothing downing on my side, what error do you get ?

Indeed, i got 0 disconnections to ur pool. Works perfectly.

i think he means this:
ETH: 08/03/16-13:59:39 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ETH: Received error: {"id":4,"result":null,"error":[21,"jobnotfound"]}
ETH: Received error: {"id":4,"result":null,"error":[21,"jobnotfound"]}

Got this sometimes, just pure luck now when i opened the CMD i saw this as last message.
However when i go back to the past i dont see this often. I also dont think this has something to do with ur pool..

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August 03, 2016, 11:56:36 AM
Last edit: August 03, 2016, 12:26:30 PM by greenuser
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Although it is important that we have pool stability in our mining,  I must warn about everyone all using the most populated pools.
If we all mine in one place then we leave ourselves open to easy attack.

These are the pools listed on the front page of this thread.

https://etc.bw.com
https://f2pool.com
http://ethc.epool.io
http://pool.ethereumclassic.com
https://ethc.coin-miners.info
http://etc.nanopool.org
https://etcpool.io
https://etc.suprnova.cc
https://minergate.com
http://etc.coinpool.biz
http://www.ethteam.com
http://etc.poolto.be
http://yolo.ethclassic.faith
https://ethereum-classic.miningpoolhub.com
http://etc.coinpool.biz
https://www.coinotron.com
http://etc.digger.ws

@bitpop, do we know how the hashrate is distributed across these pools?

@poolowners, post your hashrate so we can make a quick list?

@miners, post your pools hashrate and give comments / marks out of ten on stability?

@helpers of ETC, is there anyone that can make ETC a hashrate pie chart of hashrate/pool distribution like this one for bitcoin...... https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/pools

Remember, “Power is held by those those who own and control the means of production” Karl Marx
If you mine Ethereum Classic you own a proportion of the means of production of Ethereum Classic,  

So lets get organised people and defend this coin.

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August 03, 2016, 12:02:07 PM
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etc.coinpool.biz

650 - 1.2 GH/s

GetworkPort: 7788
Stratum upto 300 MH/s : 7887
Stratum above 300MH/s : 8778

Full Nicehash support !
ethminer -SP1, eth-proxy and ether-proxy support !
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August 03, 2016, 12:20:00 PM
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Although It is important that we have pool stability in our mining,  I must warn about everyone all using the most populated pools.
If we all mine in one place then we leave ourselves open to easy attack.

These are the pools listed on the front page of this thread.

https://etc.bw.com
https://f2pool.com
http://ethc.epool.io
http://pool.ethereumclassic.com
https://ethc.coin-miners.info
http://etc.nanopool.org
https://etcpool.io
https://etc.suprnova.cc
https://minergate.com
http://etc.coinpool.biz =  650 - 1.2 GH/s
http://www.ethteam.com
http://etc.poolto.be
http://yolo.ethclassic.faith
https://ethereum-classic.miningpoolhub.com
http://etc.coinpool.biz
https://www.coinotron.com
http://etc.digger.ws

Total Network Hashrate = ~1000 GH/s

@bitpop, do we know how the hashrate is distributed across these pools?

@poolowners, post your hashrate so we can make a quick list?

@miners, post your pools hashrate and give comments / marks out of ten on stability?

@helpers of ETC, is there anyone that can make ETC a hashrate pie chart of hashrate/pool distribution like this one for bitcoin...... https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/pools

Remember, “Power is held by those those who own and control the means of production” Karl Marx
If you mine Ethereum Classic you own a proportion of the means of production of Ethereum Classic,  

So lets get organised people and defend this coin.

etc.coinpool.biz

650 - 1.2 GH/s

GetworkPort: 7788
Stratum upto 300 MH/s : 7887
Stratum above 300MH/s : 8778

Full Nicehash support !
ethminer -SP1, eth-proxy and ether-proxy support !

Thank You  LeChuckDE

Be mindful of your password to this forum too.
It might be good for people to change their passwords over the next few hours or so.

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August 03, 2016, 12:34:33 PM
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Should i hold my ETC or should sell them?
Is there any possibility for price increasing?

Lol for what i see,, only hold and buy.,..
Price is only increasing and increasing.. If u sell now its 100% a lost.

Good to know  Wink
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August 03, 2016, 01:22:24 PM
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The Pumpertits Foundation is ordering you to roll that back sir!

Bitpop... this is getting really childish.

Its one thing that you like to play Kim Jung by moderating away anything u dont like.
But this... really?

Are we still 12?

You asked me earlier if i was "pumpertits".
Wtf?
LOL, really !

as for the first quote that foundation belongs to tylerturden ,lol

Funny you two post at the same times in the same threads

No guys it's me, I was just having some fun with pumpy sorry
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August 03, 2016, 01:25:01 PM
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Wrong account lol I'm not awake yet, yeah pumpertits foundation is my account for trolling pumpertits. Sorry you didn't think it was funny, I sure the hell dI'd but I'm a twisted fucker sooo
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August 03, 2016, 02:23:32 PM
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@tylerderden  Yes we do have 12 year old people that post on this forum.  I am not sure if that is permitted but you know, that people will find a way.  They have gaming machines but the law in the West forbids them to do paid work.  However, if they have I.T. skills they can make coin, they make money.

Look at some of the newbie posts that sound like they ask a question only a child would ask?  These are the next generation of coders and miners.  

Also think this, we have had children arrested in the UK because they "Hacked" in to governments systems
REF:-  http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/fbi-hacker-arrest.html

I want ethereum classic to be used by everyone.  I don't want it to exclude and divide.  I don't want to lose the next generation of computer genius and drive them to stuff that will get them locked up.  I want Housewifes, teenagers, people who feel that no one listens.  Bring your skills into the light.

So you are welcome here but please please please, can we try keep the language a little, just a little less vulgar.  You will be listened to.

This is different kind of coin.

Warm wishes

Paula

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August 03, 2016, 02:30:24 PM
Last edit: August 03, 2016, 02:59:15 PM by MalReynolds
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So lets get organised people and defend this coin.

Excellent post.  Organizing is critical to keep ETC healthy, and initial supporters reaching out to the public user base is the key to organizing.  

ETC must rally around somebody with a vision, fast.  

Please allow me to introduce who I believe is the most viable person to fill the role of ETC initial organizer, the original CEO of Ethereum, Charles Hoskinson!  Charles says he will not seek a leadership position in ETC (see blog post below) .... but perhaps he can suggest and guide us towards finding appropriate people who will.

"Hoskinson founded Invictus Innovations and created BitShares which is the first cryptocurrency utilising Delegated Proof of Stake, a consensus algorithm also used by Lisk. He is a founder of Ethereum and served as its initial CEO from December, 2013, until June, 2014. Hoskinson’s major contributions to smart contract platform include designing the legal structure, crowdsale model, and building a global network of evangelists and developers which continues to this day. He worked on the original cryptographic design and is greatly responsible for what it is today. Hoskinson is currently the CEO of the Hong Kong based Input Output HK, which hosts one of the largest cryptocurrency research divisions in the world."

LinkedIn:


https://www.linkedin.com/in/charles-hoskinson-1a95a4b4


Why Charles Was Fired From Ethereum:

https://www.quora.com/Why-was-Charles-Hoskinson-fired-from-Ethereum

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/IOHK_Charles/status/760835669853777921

Blog Post On ETC / ETH:

https://steemit.com/dao/@charleshosk/hoskus-parvum-opus-a-brief-sojourn-back-to-ethereum

Charles - here's the microphone.  Please take it and say something constructive that will provide a nucleus to crystalize around.  Good luck to us all as we start this ETC journey!  

<hands microphone to Charles, heads offstage....>
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August 03, 2016, 02:41:39 PM
Last edit: August 03, 2016, 03:16:43 PM by tylerderden
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@tylerderden  Yes we do have 12 year old people that post on this forum.  I am not sure if that is permitted but you know, that people will find a way.  They have gaming machines but the law in the West forbids them to do paid work.  However, if they have I.T. skills they can make coin, they make money.

Look at some of the newbie posts that sound like they ask a question only a child would ask?  These are the next generation of coders and miners.  

Also think this, we have had children arrested in the UK because they "Hacked" in to governments systems
REF:-  http://thehackernews.com/2016/02/fbi-hacker-arrest.html

I want ethereum classic to be used by everyone.  I don't want it to exclude and divide.  I don't want to lose the next generation of computer genius and drive them to stuff that will get them locked up.  I want Housewifes, teenagers, people who feel that no one listens.  Bring your skills into the light.

So you are welcome here but please please please, can we try keep the language a little, just a little less vulgar.  You will be listened to.

This is different kind of coin.

Warm wishes

Paula

Yeah I get It , i apologize to the children on bitcointalk Lol!! I've been here a long time and yes I do get carried away, gotta admit though some of it is pretty friggin funny. And nobody deserves their own personal troll like pumpy.


And Paula, not trying to be a dick here but I'm welcome wherever the hell I want thanks. Not a fan of crypto foundation policing the naughty words, eth crowd is < that way

I have had my son into mining since he was 11, but I keep him off here. I don't think this is a place for children for alot of reasons
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August 03, 2016, 02:46:08 PM
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You are right though now we're pretty legit, time to start talking about what our plan is going forward. I think we need to get some good devs on board and develop some dapps. Good dapps that help give etc a purpose. But that's just one idea
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August 03, 2016, 03:03:53 PM
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Ok, time for me to post the "stupid question of the day".  I just downloaded the Mist Wallet software and installed it on a machine.  After the Bitfinex fiasco yesterday I want to make sure I have only what is needed on the exchanges.  How do I validate or check that my wallet is on the correct chain before I transfer my ETC out?

When I go to the Develop Menu > The DAO Fork > Don't support the DOA fork is checked.  So did I make the correct selection when I installed it? 
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August 03, 2016, 03:04:29 PM
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I would like to see ETC stay a PoW coin or perhaps a PoW/PoS coin as Charles suggests in his blog post link I listed above.  The most dramatic break ETC could make is to reject the upcoming Casper fork and avoid following ETH into pure PoS, a place where miners have no place.  

An early decision to reject an upcoming PoS-only future and agree that miners will always have a place in ETC could have significant impact in luring miners away from ETH towards supporting ETC.
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August 03, 2016, 03:06:54 PM
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Ok, time for me to post the "stupid question of the day".  I just downloaded the Mist Wallet software and installed it on a machine.  After the Bitfinex fiasco yesterday I want to make sure I have only what is needed on the exchanges.  How do I validate or check that my wallet is on the correct chain before I transfer my ETC out?

http://fork.ethstats.net/  Check you have the correct block number #2002840    at time of posting

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August 03, 2016, 03:08:07 PM
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I would like to see ETC stay a PoW coin or perhaps a PoW/PoS coin as Charles suggests in his blog post link I listed above.  The most dramatic break ETC could make is to reject the upcoming Casper fork and avoid following ETH into pure PoS, a place where miners have no place.  

An early decision to reject an upcoming PoS-only future and agree that miners will always have a place in ETC could have significant impact in luring miners away from ETH towards supporting ETC.

I couldn't agree MORE!  Either stay POW or maybe a hybrid of POW/POS.  POW should be a core focus IMHO.
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August 03, 2016, 03:09:04 PM
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Ok, time for me to post the "stupid question of the day".  I just downloaded the Mist Wallet software and installed it on a machine.  After the Bitfinex fiasco yesterday I want to make sure I have only what is needed on the exchanges.  How do I validate or check that my wallet is on the correct chain before I transfer my ETC out?

http://fork.ethstats.net/  Check you have the correct block number #2002840    at time of posting

Yes, that appears to be the block I show also.
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