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October 16, 2016, 12:30:49 AM
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I asked You something.

cpu-pool.com, where is my XZC??
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October 16, 2016, 12:46:45 AM
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Who's account is this? He found more blocks than suprnova.

https://zcoin.rocks/address/aH1pKHTrjEqaGGjnfrNvXnRwqQLzAn4NVg
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October 16, 2016, 12:58:28 AM
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OK, it's gone.. All good.

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Still have problems? Everything looking good from my side currently,  maybe try to restart your miner.

it seems good now

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October 16, 2016, 01:07:40 AM
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Who's account is this? He found more blocks than suprnova.

https://zcoin.rocks/address/aH1pKHTrjEqaGGjnfrNvXnRwqQLzAn4NVg

Good find  Grin

Someone is accumulating this. This is not your regular miner. I wonder what he is going to do with all those funds, and when Lips sealed

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October 16, 2016, 02:00:20 AM
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Who's account is this? He found more blocks than suprnova.

https://zcoin.rocks/address/aH1pKHTrjEqaGGjnfrNvXnRwqQLzAn4NVg

Good find  Grin

Someone is accumulating this. This is not your regular miner. I wonder what he is going to do with all those funds, and when Lips sealed

Devs mining with GPU miner they developed before release?
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October 16, 2016, 02:17:27 AM
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Who's account is this? He found more blocks than suprnova.

https://zcoin.rocks/address/aH1pKHTrjEqaGGjnfrNvXnRwqQLzAn4NVg

Good find  Grin

Someone is accumulating this. This is not your regular miner. I wonder what he is going to do with all those funds, and when Lips sealed

Devs mining with GPU miner they developed before release?

Probably wolf0 / Claymore / genoil or some other miner developer mining themselves on GPUs.

Very smart... I would do the same if I could.

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October 16, 2016, 02:28:50 AM
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Who's account is this? He found more blocks than suprnova.

https://zcoin.rocks/address/aH1pKHTrjEqaGGjnfrNvXnRwqQLzAn4NVg

Good find  Grin

Someone is accumulating this. This is not your regular miner. I wonder what he is going to do with all those funds, and when Lips sealed

Devs mining with GPU miner they developed before release?

Probably wolf0 / Claymore / genoil or some other miner developer mining themselves on GPUs.

Very smart... I would do the same if I could.

At current price he has $25k worth excluding the 2k coins he already disposed.
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October 16, 2016, 02:42:10 AM
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Who's account is this? He found more blocks than suprnova.

https://zcoin.rocks/address/aH1pKHTrjEqaGGjnfrNvXnRwqQLzAn4NVg

Good find  Grin

Someone is accumulating this. This is not your regular miner. I wonder what he is going to do with all those funds, and when Lips sealed

Devs mining with GPU miner they developed before release?

Probably wolf0 / Claymore / genoil or some other miner developer mining themselves on GPUs.

Very smart... I would do the same if I could.

At current price he has $25k worth excluding the 2k coins he already disposed.

Yes exactly. Mine yourself and make $100K or give away a miner for a $1K bounty? Which makes more sense.

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October 16, 2016, 02:57:08 AM
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Seeing how a few super miners are sucking up most of the blocks......I'll share this......

A week ago today I started mining Zcoin on $5 per month VPS instances, which only have 512MB RAM. The cost for 25 of these instances is a little more than $4 per day, total. Together those instances mined 6 blocks over the past week, which equals 240 Zcoins. So for less than a $30 investment, roughly a thousand dollars worth of Zcoins were mined. And counting. The VPS just mined another block this afternoon.

I set one droplet up exactly how I wanted it, made an image of it, then made 25 copies of that image. You can command all your droplets at once using a program liked Multi-tabbed Putty. I have to restart zcoind once per day or it eventually slows down to the point that it's not producing any hashes per second. Each time a droplet mines a block then I send the Zcoins to my desktop wallet.

These small droplets couldn't build zcoind so I used the pre-compiled version listed in this guide: https://gist.github.com/marsmensch/70fb2642bfac22a36c115425da720ef6

There are surely much more efficient ways to do this, but any amateur miner like myself with a couple days of trial and error time can start solo mining blocks now. Funny how this feels alot like catching crabs, the kind in the ocean I mean, where you set out all your traps then check them for bait and crabs each day.
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October 16, 2016, 03:25:03 AM
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All droplets mining individually?

Seeing how a few super miners are sucking up most of the blocks......I'll share this......

A week ago today I started mining Zcoin on $5 per month VPS instances, which only have 512MB RAM. The cost for 25 of these instances is a little more than $4 per day, total. Together those instances mined 6 blocks over the past week, which equals 240 Zcoins. So for less than a $30 investment, roughly a thousand dollars worth of Zcoins were mined. And counting. The VPS just mined another block this afternoon.

I set one droplet up exactly how I wanted it, made an image of it, then made 25 copies of that image. You can command all your droplets at once using a program liked Multi-tabbed Putty. I have to restart zcoind once per day or it eventually slows down to the point that it's not producing any hashes per second. Each time a droplet mines a block then I send the Zcoins to my desktop wallet.

These small droplets couldn't build zcoind so I used the pre-compiled version listed in this guide: https://gist.github.com/marsmensch/70fb2642bfac22a36c115425da720ef6

There are surely much more efficient ways to do this, but any amateur miner like myself with a couple days of trial and error time can start solo mining blocks now. Funny how this feels alot like catching crabs, the kind in the ocean I mean, where you set out all your traps then check them for bait and crabs each day.

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October 16, 2016, 03:33:26 AM
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Seeing how a few super miners are sucking up most of the blocks......I'll share this......

A week ago today I started mining Zcoin on $5 per month VPS instances, which only have 512MB RAM. The cost for 25 of these instances is a little more than $4 per day, total. Together those instances mined 6 blocks over the past week, which equals 240 Zcoins. So for less than a $30 investment, roughly a thousand dollars worth of Zcoins were mined. And counting. The VPS just mined another block this afternoon.

I set one droplet up exactly how I wanted it, made an image of it, then made 25 copies of that image. You can command all your droplets at once using a program liked Multi-tabbed Putty. I have to restart zcoind once per day or it eventually slows down to the point that it's not producing any hashes per second. Each time a droplet mines a block then I send the Zcoins to my desktop wallet.

These small droplets couldn't build zcoind so I used the pre-compiled version listed in this guide: https://gist.github.com/marsmensch/70fb2642bfac22a36c115425da720ef6

There are surely much more efficient ways to do this, but any amateur miner like myself with a couple days of trial and error time can start solo mining blocks now. Funny how this feels alot like catching crabs, the kind in the ocean I mean, where you set out all your traps then check them for bait and crabs each day.

May I have your window mining soft for xzc ? Thank you


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October 16, 2016, 03:52:22 AM
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Seeing how a few super miners are sucking up most of the blocks......I'll share this......

A week ago today I started mining Zcoin on $5 per month VPS instances, which only have 512MB RAM. The cost for 25 of these instances is a little more than $4 per day, total. Together those instances mined 6 blocks over the past week, which equals 240 Zcoins. So for less than a $30 investment, roughly a thousand dollars worth of Zcoins were mined. And counting. The VPS just mined another block this afternoon.

I set one droplet up exactly how I wanted it, made an image of it, then made 25 copies of that image. You can command all your droplets at once using a program liked Multi-tabbed Putty. I have to restart zcoind once per day or it eventually slows down to the point that it's not producing any hashes per second. Each time a droplet mines a block then I send the Zcoins to my desktop wallet.

These small droplets couldn't build zcoind so I used the pre-compiled version listed in this guide: https://gist.github.com/marsmensch/70fb2642bfac22a36c115425da720ef6

There are surely much more efficient ways to do this, but any amateur miner like myself with a couple days of trial and error time can start solo mining blocks now. Funny how this feels alot like catching crabs, the kind in the ocean I mean, where you set out all your traps then check them for bait and crabs each day.

A brilliant idea. Thanks for sharing.
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Seeing how a few super miners are sucking up most of the blocks......I'll share this......

May I have your window mining soft for xzc ? Thank you

-I am not using Windows mining software. On the VPS you have to learn to use zcoind.

-Yes, each droplet is mining individually.

-Max hash rate is 10 hash/sec. Ave rate is 7 hash/sec. But since 25 droplets have mined 6 blocks in 7 days, I assume the rate is likely more than is being shown.

I will edit this post to answer future questions, instead of creating new posts.
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October 16, 2016, 04:31:07 AM
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Seeing how a few super miners are sucking up most of the blocks......I'll share this......

May I have your window mining soft for xzc ? Thank you

I am not using Windows mining software. On the VPS you have to learn to use zcoind.

And about the droplet question, yes each droplet is mining individually.

I will edit this post to answer future questions, instead of creating new posts.
So if I understand(not sure I do) then it was as if you had 25 wallets self mining , one on each droplet?
If that is the case what kind of hash rate did they perform at?

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October 16, 2016, 04:59:41 AM
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Seeing how a few super miners are sucking up most of the blocks......I'll share this......

May I have your window mining soft for xzc ? Thank you

I am not using Windows mining software. On the VPS you have to learn to use zcoind.

And about the droplet question, yes each droplet is mining individually.

I will edit this post to answer future questions, instead of creating new posts.
So if I understand(not sure I do) then it was as if you had 25 wallets self mining , one on each droplet?
If that is the case what kind of hash rate did they perform at?

It will be more effective if you can point cpuminer to one wallet instead of running 25wallets although Im not sure on how its done. Any ideas?
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October 16, 2016, 05:19:40 AM
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At current diff 1CPU droplets finding blocks sounds too good to be true.

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At current diff 1CPU droplets finding blocks sounds too good to be true.
I also think, that solo mining with 1 CPU at the current difficulty is unreal.

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October 16, 2016, 06:08:40 AM
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This is what I get when I try to run the cpuminer to the wallet.

Code:
xxx@xxx:~/cpuminer-xzc$ ./cpuminer.sh
** cpuminer-multi 1.3-dev by tpruvot@github **
BTC donation address: 1FhDPLPpw18X4srecguG3MxJYe4a1JsZnd (tpruvot)

[2016-10-16 14:04:15] 4 miner threads started, using 'lyra2rev2' algorithm.
[2016-10-16 14:04:17] Current block is 3344
[2016-10-16 14:04:17] No payout address provided, switching to getwork
./cpuminer.sh: line 1:  4425 Segmentation fault      (core dumped) ./cpuminer -a lyra2rev2 -o http://127.0.0.1:8888 -u user -p password
xxx@xxx:~/cpuminer-xzc$

Any ideas on how to make it work?
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