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July 06, 2017, 08:11:54 PM
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Hello, im trying to mine DBIX with nicehash but i always get this log


Pool host: dbix.pool.sexy
Pool port: 7117
Pool user: 0xa40968e73373433d3afbfca23d519073e08d105e.xd
Pool pass: #
Algorithm: DaggerHashimoto

Resolving pool host dbix.pool.sexy... OK
Establishing connection with proxy... OK
Establishing connection with pool 37.59.45.57:7117... OK
Sending eth_submitLogin... OK
Received authorization result... OK
Sending eth_getWork... OK
Error: Read timed out

Can you fix that?

this shouldn't be a problem... it will work... it has worked for me...

Can you send me your pool config? my isn't working

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July 06, 2017, 08:19:10 PM
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The past blocks on dbix2 all awful from luck and now someone with 226.05 GH joined the pool and takes something like 90% - i don't think thats good in anyway for the smaller miners in the pool, isn't it?
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July 06, 2017, 08:46:29 PM
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Yea that's BS. Big dogs just coming in and taking over. Should be a way for the pool to block that large of a miner. I guess on to dbix3? Dbix1 has someone with almost a TH
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July 06, 2017, 08:54:12 PM
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Oh the guy who had the TH split his power between dbix and dbix2
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July 06, 2017, 08:56:47 PM
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Oh the guy who had the TH split his power between dbix and dbix2

1 TH are ~ 33.333 GPU's - must be some larger mining farm which jumped on the train
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July 06, 2017, 09:06:23 PM
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dbix3 users, as soon as a block is found your stats will show, you are mining, just be paitent Smiley

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July 06, 2017, 09:12:37 PM
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Looks like the the 300gh guy throttled down on dbix2
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July 06, 2017, 09:19:24 PM
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can u pls just change dbix1 to 10000 shares or so...?
or maybe lower the payout threshold to 0.1

because otherwise i lost almost 0.4 dbix on all this wallet-exchange/pool hasrate changes...
with this new huge miners on dbix1, i getting 0 shares...

i should stay on etc..this is just fu.cking scammmmmm...
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July 07, 2017, 01:25:26 AM
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Awwww been mining for 12hrs now at dbix at 180+ Mhs still no reward

 Your Round Share: 1.924%

This is frustrating I'd rather go back to dbix1 where I can mine around 0.2dbix per 6hrs, I could have 2 payouts already.
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July 07, 2017, 04:08:32 AM
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Whats the definition of a small miner? Im rocking 300mh, would that be the suitable pool?

For you at moment 2 or 3 is better

I joined the dbix1 pool this morning and it started showing my hashrate for about 2 minutes, but the stats page is saying I haven't mined since even though I am earning shares. Can you please let me know if this is just a lag in the stats page or something wrong on my side? Thank you.
Address 0x9e3Ea2aB27b4b182C9bDd146d0044664512158f7

Switch to dbix 2 or 3, for small miner dbix1 pplns is not good

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You can transfer the remainder of 0.03970411 dbpx from your wallet 0xb381ca91e0aa08e65a93d59f1bc47ec9c1b32414 to your wallet
0xDBFBffe4CD3D6Ed6FB5b986E41a4dB6FF1de496f
Thank you.

No transfer sorry man...too many miners for transfer all address..



I understand that transferring would be a lot of task for you as there are so many miners... since the news from livecoin not accepting pool payments i have already setup local wallet address and started mining again... but i still have 0.10582535 balance on dbix pool and  0.14758386 on dbix2 pool for my wallet 0x435d97873d3eafcdc866f143875e03cd4cf1470c from livecoin... or COULD YOU PLEASE RELEASE PAYMENTS THAT ARE LESS THAN 0.2 FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS SO THAT THOSE VALUES DON'T GO TO WASTE... although those balances are very small but for small miners like me it took almost 2 long days to mine them... it would be a great help if you released those remaining balances even if they are below the 0.2 limit, and can you please request livecoin to accept small balances like those for a few days.... 
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July 07, 2017, 04:14:57 AM
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I tried DBIX2 when it was just created. PPS seemed like a good and fair payout structure. But, because the pool's hashrate is so low, the payouts will always be too far between. Sure, you will get a bigger piece of the pie, but the pies will get delivered less often. With the PPLNS 3000, you are still getting paid regularly, just smaller pieces.

Also, consider that DBIX pool 1, 2, and 3 are all competing with each other to mine the block. if we are going to compete, it should be with other pools.

What is the alternative? Mine ether? Ethermine has PPLNS scheme. I dunno what their share threshold is, but it seems to be working fine.

Maybe 3000 is a bit too low. But, at the same time, DBIX pool is mining the majority of the blocks, so i plan to stay there. Guaranteed, regular payouts.
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July 07, 2017, 05:09:05 AM
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Какое железо нужно использовать, что бы копать 1Gh/s ? Может кто-нибудь подсказать или скинуть ссылку?
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July 07, 2017, 05:25:55 AM
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Hello, im trying to mine DBIX with nicehash but i always get this log


Pool host: dbix.pool.sexy
Pool port: 7117
Pool user: 0xa40968e73373433d3afbfca23d519073e08d105e.xd
Pool pass: #
Algorithm: DaggerHashimoto

Resolving pool host dbix.pool.sexy... OK
Establishing connection with proxy... OK
Establishing connection with pool 37.59.45.57:7117... OK
Sending eth_submitLogin... OK
Received authorization result... OK
Sending eth_getWork... OK
Error: Read timed out

Can you fix that?

Dont worry, nicehash work fine.

I understand that transferring would be a lot of task for you as there are so many miners... since the news from livecoin not accepting pool payments i have already setup local wallet address and started mining again... but i still have 0.10582535 balance on dbix pool and  0.14758386 on dbix2 pool for my wallet 0x435d97873d3eafcdc866f143875e03cd4cf1470c from livecoin... or COULD YOU PLEASE RELEASE PAYMENTS THAT ARE LESS THAN 0.2 FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS SO THAT THOSE VALUES DON'T GO TO WASTE... although those balances are very small but for small miners like me it took almost 2 long days to mine them... it would be a great help if you released those remaining balances even if they are below the 0.2 limit, and can you please request livecoin to accept small balances like those for a few days.... 

For the moment I keep 0.2 min payouts, maybe in the future..I suggest you get to the min. payouts

dbix3 users, as soon as a block is found your stats will show, you are mining, just be paitent Smiley

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July 07, 2017, 06:42:53 AM
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I tried DBIX2 when it was just created. PPS seemed like a good and fair payout structure. But, because the pool's hashrate is so low, the payouts will always be too far between. Sure, you will get a bigger piece of the pie, but the pies will get delivered less often. With the PPLNS 3000, you are still getting paid regularly, just smaller pieces.

Also, consider that DBIX pool 1, 2, and 3 are all competing with each other to mine the block. if we are going to compete, it should be with other pools.

What is the alternative? Mine ether? Ethermine has PPLNS scheme. I dunno what their share threshold is, but it seems to be working fine.

Maybe 3000 is a bit too low. But, at the same time, DBIX pool is mining the majority of the blocks, so i plan to stay there. Guaranteed, regular payouts.

This is so true!
Especially, there is no sense have 2 same type pools (dbix1 and dbix3) and compete with each other... Isn't better to rise last shares number from 3000 to 10.000 at first pool?
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July 07, 2017, 07:54:13 AM
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dbix3 users, as soon as a block is found your stats will show, you are mining, just be paitent Smiley

exact..


Question: For the current hashrate of the pool of DBIX3 how long you think we can get a block? Stats says if lucky we can find at least per hour but I had 12hours already almost half a day but there was none. How can be the small miners be enticed instead we still stick for DBIX1.

The other guy is right what is the sense of competing pools that mine the same coin, right now big time miners dominates the pool. I am thanking you for bringing the idea of enticing small miners like me, but there should be a bracket on how do you define small miners

Sample (just my idea)
Micro Miners - 1-50mhs
Small miners - 200-400mhs
Big Miners - 400-1000mhs
Mega Miners - 1000+Mhs

Above bracket is not accurate but just an example of what I'm suggesting. Right now DBIX3 is a good venue for small miners if it will grow but soon it will also be flooded with those Mega miners.
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July 07, 2017, 07:57:09 AM
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I tried DBIX2 when it was just created. PPS seemed like a good and fair payout structure. But, because the pool's hashrate is so low, the payouts will always be too far between. Sure, you will get a bigger piece of the pie, but the pies will get delivered less often. With the PPLNS 3000, you are still getting paid regularly, just smaller pieces.

Also, consider that DBIX pool 1, 2, and 3 are all competing with each other to mine the block. if we are going to compete, it should be with other pools.

What is the alternative? Mine ether? Ethermine has PPLNS scheme. I dunno what their share threshold is, but it seems to be working fine.

Maybe 3000 is a bit too low. But, at the same time, DBIX pool is mining the majority of the blocks, so i plan to stay there. Guaranteed, regular payouts.

This is so true!
Especially, there is no sense have 2 same type pools (dbix1 and dbix3) and compete with each other... Isn't better to rise last shares number from 3000 to 10.000 at first pool?

I agree. There really is not reason for a 200-500GH pool to run such a low N. A higher number isnt worse, nor better, for big miners... all it does it reduce variance, and especially for smaller miners. With N at 3000 and a pool hasrate of 500GH, roughly only the last 13 seconds worth of shares before a block is found are worth anything. The shares you got 14 seconds or earlier are not in play.

Imo, the best way would be to run a high number on pool 1, higher than 10k which would only take 45 seconds worth of shares in to account, and try to pool everyone in there. And then monitor and adjust N as the pool grows. This is what Ethermine does, and it works awesome. And everything else about this pool is working fantastic, payouts, latency, size etc.
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July 07, 2017, 08:24:32 AM
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This is so true!
Especially, there is no sense have 2 same type pools (dbix1 and dbix3) and compete with each other... Isn't better to rise last shares number from 3000 to 10.000 at first pool?

That probably means, the current shares found on N=3000, will be discarded when it change to 10k.

dbix: 0x2df5057a09f90d66696d55de3a1dfcd1cc0d10ee
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July 07, 2017, 08:26:47 AM
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This is so true!
Especially, there is no sense have 2 same type pools (dbix1 and dbix3) and compete with each other... Isn't better to rise last shares number from 3000 to 10.000 at first pool?

That probably means, the current shares found on N=3000, will be discarded when it change to 10k.


You do realize those shares are discarded 13 seconds after you find them, unless the pool finds a block, right?

A share is not worth anything unless its one of the last 3000 shares (in this case) found when the pool finds a block. When a block is found, the pool will look at who found the last 3000 shares and then distribute the block reward to those accounts. So if the last share you found was a share 4000 shares ago, you will nothing of the block reward, even tho you found a share 20 seconds before the block was hit.
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July 07, 2017, 09:14:09 AM
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Heres my calculation, regarding "The Perfect N" in pplNs. CMIIW.

First, we calculate the time needed to solve N-shares

T= N x share-difficulties/pool hashrate

for example:
Tdbix1 = 3000 x 2GH / 500 GHps = 12 seconds
Tdbix3 = 100000 x 2GH / 15 GHps = 3.7 hours

Ideally, you would want to participate on every N rounds. Because  it doesn't matter how much work and how many shares you have solved, the only shares counted are the N numbers before a block found.

You can calculate maximum worst time for a block to be found with: Difficulties/Pool Hashrate
On dbix1 that is: 106716/571 = 190 seconds.
On dbix3 that is: 106716/25 = 4268 seconds = +- 1.1 hour

That's on CURRENT condition.


The randomness of block time makes it difficult when to hop.


Your average time to solve a share is: Share difficulties/your hashrate

If you have 100 MH/s, your average time to solve a share is 2G/100MHps = 20 seconds.

As you can see there is already a mismatch between your window to solve a share and your time to solve it,


So the mission is to find at least 1 share for every N shares submitted, that way, you will have a better chance to participate on every block, and not getting too many shares discarded.

We can calculate the perfect N
Perfect N = (Share Difficulties/Your hashrate) x (Pool Hashrate/Share Difficulties)
<=>
Perfect N = Pool Hashrate/Your Hashrate

So for a 100 MH/s on dbix1, the perfect N is 500GHps/100MHps = 5000

But since the pool hashrate always changes, finding the right number for everyone is impossible.


What about dbix3?

We can calculate the minimum hash rate to participate efficiently with:
Your hashrate = Pool Hashrate / N = 15000 MHps / 100000 = 0.15 MH/s

If dbix3 has the same hashrate as dbix1:
Your hashrate = 500000/100000 = 5 MH/s

as we can see, N = 100000 is probably too big

So my recommendation would be:
Either get more miners to dbix3, and/or reduce the N to the expected pool hashrate.

dbix: 0x2df5057a09f90d66696d55de3a1dfcd1cc0d10ee
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July 07, 2017, 10:17:35 AM
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guys where do you exchange your dbix coins?

dbix deposit got enabled then disabled again

my dbix coins doesn't get reflected in the balance

and support doesnt reply as well

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