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November 26, 2016, 04:23:46 AM
Last edit: November 26, 2016, 04:36:24 AM by sammy007
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How does stratum solo mining work?

Easy. You are running a full node zcashd and stratum. Your rigs connected to stratum and stratum connected to full node. Stratum polls zcashd for new jobs and forwards it to your miners. When one of your GPUs will find a block stratum will forward it to zcashd and you will receive block reward. But there is a caveat, if your hashrate is small it can take very long tome to find a block. Solo is suitable for big, mid-range farms and hobbyist.

My stratum is also have additional features like rig monitoring, JSON API, daemon failovers so you can apply new releases of zcashd without mining interruption, if for example one node goes down for some reason stratum will automatically switch to a second backup node if it is specified. It's also very stable, fast and highly efficient.
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November 26, 2016, 04:35:51 AM
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Whats the fee? 
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November 26, 2016, 04:36:02 AM
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How does stratum solo mining work?

Easy. You are running a full node zcashd and stratum. Your rigs connected to stratum and stratum connected to full node. Stratum polls zcashd for new jobs and forwards it to your miners. When one of your GPUs will find a block stratum will forward it to zcashd and you will receive block reward.

What OSs are supported?
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November 26, 2016, 04:39:03 AM
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How does stratum solo mining work?

Easy. You are running a full node zcashd and stratum. Your rigs connected to stratum and stratum connected to full node. Stratum polls zcashd for new jobs and forwards it to your miners. When one of your GPUs will find a block stratum will forward it to zcashd and you will receive block reward.

What OSs are supported?

Currently I published only Linux version because zcashd is running only on Linux anyway so you can run it all together. When zcashd will have official support of Windows os MacOS I will publish bins for these platforms. It does not makes sense at this moment.

Even if you can run zcashd on windows or OSX I'd wait for an official release with support for these operating systems.
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November 26, 2016, 04:52:27 AM
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Yes, some of us don't know a bunch of operating systems, and have enough trouble with just Windows, lol


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November 26, 2016, 05:04:45 AM
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Whats the fee? 

All details are described in README https://github.com/sammy007/zcash-proxy. DevFee is 2.5% for now. I will look on how project will gain or not gain popularity then I can decrease it. Just because I can decrease, not increase indeed.
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November 26, 2016, 05:28:52 AM
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A Solo Mining Pool for ZCL like how ZEC already has would be great, I would try my luck there Grin

Here's what ZEC offers for Solo Mining:

http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZCASH

http://www.zogpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC

Maybe someone could setup & host one for the ZCL Community ? Granted they get a small fee per block hit, a bit like -CK's BTC Solo Pool.

Here's the Tools to do so:

ZCash and ZClassic solo mining stratum with Web interface.

  • Your personal solo ZCash & ZClassic stratum
  • Rigs availability monitoring
  • Keep track of accepts, rejects, blocks stats
  • Easy detection of sick rigs
  • Daemon failover list

Public binary release with devfee https://github.com/sammy007/zcash-proxy/releases


these pools don't show your progress in reaching a block, so you are pretty much blind and just waiting for your block reward.
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November 26, 2016, 05:50:02 AM
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how many confirmations in my wallet address do i need before I can spend the new coins

cheers


If coins are mined you must wait for 100 confirmations then send them to z-addr and only from z-addr (after 1 confirmation) you can send them elsewhere. If it's centralized pool payout, I guess 1 confirmation is enough.
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November 26, 2016, 06:55:39 AM
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A Solo Mining Pool for ZCL like how ZEC already has would be great, I would try my luck there Grin

Here's what ZEC offers for Solo Mining:

http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZCASH

http://www.zogpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC

Maybe someone could setup & host one for the ZCL Community ? Granted they get a small fee per block hit, a bit like -CK's BTC Solo Pool.

Here's the Tools to do so:

ZCash and ZClassic solo mining stratum with Web interface.

  • Your personal solo ZCash & ZClassic stratum
  • Rigs availability monitoring
  • Keep track of accepts, rejects, blocks stats
  • Easy detection of sick rigs
  • Daemon failover list

Public binary release with devfee https://github.com/sammy007/zcash-proxy/releases


these pools don't show your progress in reaching a block, so you are pretty much blind and just waiting for your block reward.

so I take it from this that it is not possible to put a port number in the wallet.conf and point miner to that ?
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November 26, 2016, 09:45:52 AM
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A Solo Mining Pool for ZCL like how ZEC already has would be great, I would try my luck there Grin

Here's what ZEC offers for Solo Mining:

http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZCASH

http://www.zogpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC

Maybe someone could setup & host one for the ZCL Community ? Granted they get a small fee per block hit, a bit like -CK's BTC Solo Pool.

Here's the Tools to do so:

ZCash and ZClassic solo mining stratum with Web interface.

  • Your personal solo ZCash & ZClassic stratum
  • Rigs availability monitoring
  • Keep track of accepts, rejects, blocks stats
  • Easy detection of sick rigs
  • Daemon failover list

Public binary release with devfee https://github.com/sammy007/zcash-proxy/releases


these pools don't show your progress in reaching a block, so you are pretty much blind and just waiting for your block reward.

so I take it from this that it is not possible to put a port number in the wallet.conf and point miner to that ?

well at least that is your wallet and not some pool which you do not control...at least there should be an info there on how many shares you have submitted..

i'll just wait until solo mining pools gets updated and produce a bit more transparent information and predictability. like in mining ETH in ethpool.org
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November 26, 2016, 12:00:08 PM
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I currently mine ZCL and ZEC with 2x R9 280x and get 350sol/s for my average hashrate so about 175sol/s each GPU.

This is on stock bios, stock memory, stock core and only using intensity set at 2

At this current time it says I will earn 2.67 ZCL a day but a few hours ago was at 4.8 something ZCL, difficulty fluctuates.

I would say you would get between 150-160sol/s with R9 280's although can't confirm that since I don't mine with them.

The fastest miner currently available at this time is Claymores ZCASH Miner V7.0, it can be used for any coin that uses the Equihash mining algorithm.

For checking difficulty and profitability I like to use in combination:

CoinWarz: www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency

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WhatToMine: www.whattomine.com

Thanks for clear explanation
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November 26, 2016, 06:39:58 PM
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I currently mine ZCL and ZEC with 2x R9 280x and get 350sol/s for my average hashrate so about 175sol/s each GPU.

This is on stock bios, stock memory, stock core and only using intensity set at 2

At this current time it says I will earn 2.67 ZCL a day but a few hours ago was at 4.8 something ZCL, difficulty fluctuates.

I would say you would get between 150-160sol/s with R9 280's although can't confirm that since I don't mine with them.

The fastest miner currently available at this time is Claymores ZCASH Miner V7.0, it can be used for any coin that uses the Equihash mining algorithm.

For checking difficulty and profitability I like to use in combination:

CoinWarz: www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency

&

WhatToMine: www.whattomine.com

Thanks for clear explanation

Those statistics for hashrate are now outdated and irrelavant since Claymore has released V8.0 of the AMD ZCASH Miner, I get 210sol/s on a R9 280x with the latest miner, everything stock + stock bios, 15.12 AMD display drivers & intensity set at 2.
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November 26, 2016, 07:19:04 PM
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I think it needs something new to push up the price Zclassic least make something that can be bought with Zclassic, at least the miners did not sell at a low price Zclassic
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November 26, 2016, 07:47:08 PM
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I downloaded the source from github. I can not compile the manual on. Prompt, procedures, instructions for compiling, please.

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November 27, 2016, 05:28:49 AM
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is anyone here can help me how to use that onion nodes? Oh by the way one more noob question, what is onion nodes by the way? what is the use of this, sorry for my very noob question..

I am waiting for the answer too... nice to see two .onion hosts created, but how do people use them? how does it link the Zclassic with TOR etc etc need to be explained by the dev please!
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November 27, 2016, 01:07:04 PM
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is anyone here can help me how to use that onion nodes? Oh by the way one more noob question, what is onion nodes by the way? what is the use of this, sorry for my very noob question..

I am waiting for the answer too... nice to see two .onion hosts created, but how do people use them? how does it link the Zclassic with TOR etc etc need to be explained by the dev please!
I think, after you install the TOR-browser, many questions you disappear Smiley
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November 27, 2016, 06:02:02 PM
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is anyone here can help me how to use that onion nodes? Oh by the way one more noob question, what is onion nodes by the way? what is the use of this, sorry for my very noob question..

I am waiting for the answer too... nice to see two .onion hosts created, but how do people use them? how does it link the Zclassic with TOR etc etc need to be explained by the dev please!
I think, after you install the TOR-browser, many questions you disappear Smiley

I'm no Dev , but let me try to explain: The Tor nodes are used to connect the Client trough Tor , the command used :

zcashd -proxy=127.0.0.1:9050 -onlynet=onion addnode=ONIONADDRESS should set it as tor only

You need to be running a Tor daemon service too. I think

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November 27, 2016, 06:54:22 PM
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Man I'm glad I didn't put that much money into this coin. Been downhill ever since I bought a couple weeks ago.
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November 27, 2016, 10:25:38 PM
Last edit: November 28, 2016, 03:47:26 PM by petko6
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There is now a GUI wallet for ZClassic that is a fork of the ZCash Desktop GUI wallet:
https://github.com/vaklinov/zclassic-swing-wallet-ui

This wallet is suitable for users and miners who work on desktop systems and wish to have full control of the ZClassic private keys. It has all the typical features that might be expected from a desktop crypto-currency wallet:
  • Balance/monetary amounts
  • List of transactions
  • Status of blockchain synchronization
  • Management of ZCL T/Z addresses
  • Sending ZCL
Hopefully those who actually use (or will use) ZCassic as a currency will gain a factor of convenience as compared to using the command line tools.
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November 27, 2016, 10:32:00 PM
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Wonder when zcash plans to release windows wallet that we can fork.
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