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April 07, 2013, 12:44:46 PM
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I found this when googeling Bytecoin.

http://bytecoin.net/

this could be potentially confusing to new users isn't it? :p

Yeah, I saw that a while back, it was made in 2011 Shocked

Could be pretty confusing, but there's not really much we can do about it

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April 07, 2013, 12:48:17 PM
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The pool for that supports the faucet only has a 1% fee now!

Try it at http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/

Getting a good rate of accepts, the best pool I've used so far..

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April 07, 2013, 01:14:57 PM
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The pool for that supports the faucet only has a 1% fee now!

Try it at http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/

Getting a good rate of accepts, the best pool I've used so far..

Thanks Smiley

We still need a bit more support, we were quite an early pool but we seem to have lost quite a lot of miners Sad (Probably to the bytecoin.in pool or Gerco's pool (As he set the pool to donate to the faucet for one day, presumably to get more miners))

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April 08, 2013, 12:31:11 AM
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The pool for that supports the faucet only has a 1% fee now!

Try it at http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/

Getting a good rate of accepts, the best pool I've used so far..

Thanks Smiley

We still need a bit more support, we were quite an early pool but we seem to have lost quite a lot of miners Sad (Probably to the bytecoin.in pool or Gerco's pool (As he set the pool to donate to the faucet for one day, presumably to get more miners))

I'm currently planing on building a 6950 mining rig and before I mine litecoins with it I will definitely help you out for 24 hours as part my stress testing for the overclocks
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April 08, 2013, 01:07:50 AM
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I'm currently planing on building a 6950 mining rig and before I mine litecoins with it I will definitely help you out for 24 hours as part my stress testing for the overclocks

Thanks a lot, the support is appreciated! Smiley

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April 08, 2013, 12:16:50 PM
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Question for bytecoin'ers:

At what hash rate does it make sense to solo mine Bytecoin? I'd like to try and solomine it, but I'm not sure I have the proper hash rate. Or should I just join a pool?

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April 08, 2013, 12:28:47 PM
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Question for bytecoin'ers:

At what hash rate does it make sense to solo mine Bytecoin? I'd like to try and solomine it, but I'm not sure I have the proper hash rate. Or should I just join a pool?

5-10 GH/s might be ok to solo at a minimum, otherwise join a pool. Difficulty is going up 4x each time...
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April 08, 2013, 12:32:28 PM
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Question for bytecoin'ers:

At what hash rate does it make sense to solo mine Bytecoin? I'd like to try and solomine it, but I'm not sure I have the proper hash rate. Or should I just join a pool?

5-10 GH/s might be ok to solo at a minimum, otherwise join a pool. Difficulty is going up 4x each time...


If you don't have enough to solo mine, feel free to join the bytecoin faucet mining pool, it gives you the equivalent payout of solo mining with only a 1% fee! (To support the faucet)

http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/

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April 08, 2013, 12:39:08 PM
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Question for bytecoin'ers:

At what hash rate does it make sense to solo mine Bytecoin? I'd like to try and solomine it, but I'm not sure I have the proper hash rate. Or should I just join a pool?

5-10 GH/s might be ok to solo at a minimum, otherwise join a pool. Difficulty is going up 4x each time...


If you don't have enough to solo mine, feel free to join the bytecoin faucet mining pool, it gives you the equivalent payout of solo mining with only a 1% fee! (To support the faucet)

http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/

Thanks Shep & Lucas! I'll do that.

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April 08, 2013, 01:02:07 PM
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Question for bytecoin'ers:

At what hash rate does it make sense to solo mine Bytecoin? I'd like to try and solomine it, but I'm not sure I have the proper hash rate. Or should I just join a pool?

5-10 GH/s might be ok to solo at a minimum, otherwise join a pool. Difficulty is going up 4x each time...


If you don't have enough to solo mine, feel free to join the bytecoin faucet mining pool, it gives you the equivalent payout of solo mining with only a 1% fee! (To support the faucet)

http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/

Getting a boat load of "Strarum from pool 0 requested work restart" - any idea what that means?
Of course the miner I'm throwing at it only hashes at 190 Mh/s. I didn't throw my main rig at it.

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April 08, 2013, 01:07:54 PM
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Getting a boat load of "Strarum from pool 0 requested work restart" - any idea what that means?
Of course the miner I'm throwing at it only hashes at 190 Mh/s. I didn't throw my main rig at it.

That seems perfectly normal, the pool holds it's own lower difficulty blockchain, and adjusts the share difficulty so that a share is generated every 10 seconds on average. Each share counts as a 'block' in the easier blockchain, so you miner needs to get new work each time a share is recieved by the server.

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April 08, 2013, 01:10:51 PM
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Getting a boat load of "Strarum from pool 0 requested work restart" - any idea what that means?
Of course the miner I'm throwing at it only hashes at 190 Mh/s. I didn't throw my main rig at it.

That seems perfectly normal, the pool holds it's own lower difficulty blockchain, and adjusts the share difficulty so that a share is generated every 10 seconds on average. Each share counts as a 'block' in the easier blockchain, so you miner needs to get new work each time a share is recieved by the server.

Gotcha. I put my main rig on it now, so hashing at 1.4 Gh/s. Also about 50%-75% reject rate, is that normal as well? Is it due to the low difficulty?

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April 08, 2013, 01:14:25 PM
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Getting a boat load of "Strarum from pool 0 requested work restart" - any idea what that means?
Of course the miner I'm throwing at it only hashes at 190 Mh/s. I didn't throw my main rig at it.

That seems perfectly normal, the pool holds it's own lower difficulty blockchain, and adjusts the share difficulty so that a share is generated every 10 seconds on average. Each share counts as a 'block' in the easier blockchain, so you miner needs to get new work each time a share is recieved by the server.

Gotcha. I put my main rig on it now, so hashing at 1.4 Gh/s. Also about 50%-75% reject rate, is that normal as well? Is it due to the low difficulty?

Hmm, the reject rate shouldn't be that high, try adding /20 to the end of your username and see if that helps (Should request difficulty 20 shares instead, feel free to change the number)

E.g. 8adiaZcaVjiE4vXkztRaLMrSDikPuY8grc/20

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April 08, 2013, 01:20:06 PM
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Getting a boat load of "Strarum from pool 0 requested work restart" - any idea what that means?
Of course the miner I'm throwing at it only hashes at 190 Mh/s. I didn't throw my main rig at it.

That seems perfectly normal, the pool holds it's own lower difficulty blockchain, and adjusts the share difficulty so that a share is generated every 10 seconds on average. Each share counts as a 'block' in the easier blockchain, so you miner needs to get new work each time a share is recieved by the server.

Gotcha. I put my main rig on it now, so hashing at 1.4 Gh/s. Also about 50%-75% reject rate, is that normal as well? Is it due to the low difficulty?

Hmm, the reject rate shouldn't be that high, try adding /20 to the end of your username and see if that helps (Should request difficulty 20 shares instead, feel free to change the number)

E.g. 8adiaZcaVjiE4vXkztRaLMrSDikPuY8grc/20

Seems to be accepting more, less rejects.
CGminer still shows "diff 1" and many of the accepted shares are 1/1 or 2/1 - is it still pulling 20 diff shares?
Accepted rate is definitely better though. i.e. 32/5 now. instead of 30/20 like it was before

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April 08, 2013, 01:23:07 PM
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Since we're still waiting for an exchange, I setup an orderbook here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170157.0
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April 08, 2013, 01:28:59 PM
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Seems to be accepting more, less rejects.
CGminer still shows "diff 1" and many of the accepted shares are 1/1 or 2/1 - is it still pulling 20 diff shares?
Accepted rate is definitely better though. i.e. 32/5 now. instead of 30/20 like it was before

Oh, that changes the pool difficulty, it can be quite hard to understand at first.

Examples of usernames:

username = use default server shares and local share difficulty
username/1000 = use difficulty 1000 shares for server shares and default share difficulty
username/650+4 = use difficulty 650 server shares and 4 difficulty local shares

Try using username/800+10 (or whatever local share difficulty you want)

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April 08, 2013, 01:32:18 PM
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Since we're still waiting for an exchange, I setup an orderbook here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170157.0

Looks pretty nice Smiley I'll register now.

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April 08, 2013, 01:47:47 PM
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Lucas

Just stupid aesthetic thing for your pool site - can you change your "favicon" for your site to the bytecoin icon? Smiley
I have it "pinned" in my Chrome, and it looks boring with the plain white page icon! Hahhaa

Reject rate is 10%, not horrible. I could probably tweak it with difficulty. Too lazy now that it's working better :-P

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April 08, 2013, 01:50:04 PM
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Lucas

Just stupid aesthetic thing for your pool site - can you change your "favicon" for your site to the bytecoin icon? Smiley
I have it "pinned" in my Chrome, and it looks boring with the plain white page icon! Hahhaa

Reject rate is 10%, not horrible. I could probably tweak it with difficulty. Too lazy now that it's working better :-P

Oh, I apologise, I meant to change it before, but I must have forgot in the rush to publish it Smiley

Should be changed in a minute.

EDIT: Changed for the faucet and the pool Smiley

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April 08, 2013, 02:24:45 PM
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Oh, I apologise, I meant to change it before, but I must have forgot in the rush to publish it Smiley

Should be changed in a minute.

EDIT: Changed for the faucet and the pool Smiley

Yes! My Chrome tabs are happy Smiley

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