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September 05, 2017, 12:42:41 PM
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September 05, 2017, 01:53:13 PM
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Hello, Im kinda confuse for setting antminer L3+ to zpool
Can someone please setting it for me ?
I was try this :

stratum+tcp://scrypt.mine.zpool.ca:3433 -u (btc address) -p x

Is that right ?

Thanks..
yes, in theory correctly written, try to connect zpool

Same miner (L3+), want to mine the most profitable SCRYPT coin but the instructions on the main page are confusing.  They don't explicitly say this is a profit switching pool, except between algos.  Instructions on the pool page say;

YOU MUST ALWAYS set your currency in your password field: c=<SYMBOL>-

But will I mine the most profitable Scrypt coin if I don't list a coin in the password field?  Just like @isukabtc has above:

stratum+tcp://scrypt.mine.zpool.ca:3433 -u (btc address) -p x


Like just use the field for "x" or "123" or set my difficulty?  Or is this NOT a profit switching pool?
I'm thinking it is, just does not exactly say it....that I can find.

i think its should  -p c=BTC since you have put btc address payout
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September 05, 2017, 03:13:59 PM
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Hello, Im kinda confuse for setting antminer L3+ to zpool
Can someone please setting it for me ?
I was try this :

stratum+tcp://scrypt.mine.zpool.ca:3433 -u (btc address) -p x

Is that right ?

Thanks..
yes, in theory correctly written, try to connect zpool

Same miner (L3+), want to mine the most profitable SCRYPT coin but the instructions on the main page are confusing.  They don't explicitly say this is a profit switching pool, except between algos.  Instructions on the pool page say;

YOU MUST ALWAYS set your currency in your password field: c=<SYMBOL>-

But will I mine the most profitable Scrypt coin if I don't list a coin in the password field?  Just like @isukabtc has above:

stratum+tcp://scrypt.mine.zpool.ca:3433 -u (btc address) -p x


Like just use the field for "x" or "123" or set my difficulty?  Or is this NOT a profit switching pool?
I'm thinking it is, just does not exactly say it....that I can find.

i think its should  -p c=BTC since you have put btc address payout

You know... I've never used the "c=" parameter in my password and it's still automatically auto-exchange to BTC.  I think without the c= parameter, it just defaults to BTC.

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September 05, 2017, 05:14:35 PM
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Can someone please setting it for me ?

-p c=BTC

else zpool could pick a random payout currency for you.
When I was starting I had such issue and got BCH.

If you had mistaken, it's impossible to convert already mined coins to BTC or any other.
Need to start over.

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September 05, 2017, 05:26:33 PM
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Can someone please setting it for me ?

-p c=BTC

else zpool could pick a random payout currency for you.
When I was starting I had such issue and got BCH.

If you had mistaken, it's impossible to convert already mined coins to BTC or any other.
Need to start over.

Good luck!

That's right, it can be random and not always the correct guess. There have been and are too many coins on the pool using the same address type as bitcoin which is why I've noted you must supply the c=BTC    or whatever currency your wallet is or it can be hit and miss and even that sometimes isn't always 100%. Please always check your wallet stats to make sure the currency shown is what you want to be paid in. If it's not, and you did use c=, I would try another address to get it detected to the proper currency.

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September 05, 2017, 05:48:16 PM
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That's right, it can be random and not always the correct guess. There have been and are too many coins on the pool using the same address type as bitcoin which is why I've noted you must supply the c=BTC    or whatever currency your wallet is or it can be hit and miss and even that sometimes isn't always 100%. Please always check your wallet stats to make sure the currency shown is what you want to be paid in. If it's not, and you did use c=, I would try another address to get it detected to the proper currency.
you sould enforce this parameter for every miner, and you get rid from such a issues
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September 05, 2017, 06:02:28 PM
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That's right, it can be random and not always the correct guess. There have been and are too many coins on the pool using the same address type as bitcoin which is why I've noted you must supply the c=BTC    or whatever currency your wallet is or it can be hit and miss and even that sometimes isn't always 100%. Please always check your wallet stats to make sure the currency shown is what you want to be paid in. If it's not, and you did use c=, I would try another address to get it detected to the proper currency.
you sould enforce this parameter for every miner, and you get rid from such a issues


hrmmm this is true.

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September 05, 2017, 06:04:28 PM
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Can someone please setting it for me ?

-p c=BTC

else zpool could pick a random payout currency for you.
When I was starting I had such issue and got BCH.

If you had mistaken, it's impossible to convert already mined coins to BTC or any other.
Need to start over.

Good luck!

That's right, it can be random and not always the correct guess. There have been and are too many coins on the pool using the same address type as bitcoin which is why I've noted you must supply the c=BTC    or whatever currency your wallet is or it can be hit and miss and even that sometimes isn't always 100%. Please always check your wallet stats to make sure the currency shown is what you want to be paid in. If it's not, and you did use c=, I would try another address to get it detected to the proper currency.

So far I see every BTC, and I've been mining since early this year.  I will, however, make sure to add c=BTC to my miners now, though.

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September 05, 2017, 06:17:36 PM
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Can someone please setting it for me ?

-p c=BTC

else zpool could pick a random payout currency for you.
When I was starting I had such issue and got BCH.

If you had mistaken, it's impossible to convert already mined coins to BTC or any other.
Need to start over.

Good luck!

That's right, it can be random and not always the correct guess. There have been and are too many coins on the pool using the same address type as bitcoin which is why I've noted you must supply the c=BTC    or whatever currency your wallet is or it can be hit and miss and even that sometimes isn't always 100%. Please always check your wallet stats to make sure the currency shown is what you want to be paid in. If it's not, and you did use c=, I would try another address to get it detected to the proper currency.

So far I see every BTC, and I've been mining since early this year.  I will, however, make sure to add c=BTC to my miners now, though.

yeah it's usually only a problem with new miners and new addresses when they first start mining, but yeah, always a good idea to put c=BTC... j u s t in case.

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September 05, 2017, 09:38:38 PM
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3 weeks do not withdraw coins FLAX.
For a long time this will continue, what is the reason?
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September 05, 2017, 09:42:22 PM
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3 weeks do not withdraw coins FLAX.
For a long time this will continue, what is the reason?

Same reason as every other coin that's been over mined. Read the main page and you shall be enlightened.

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September 05, 2017, 10:17:59 PM
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3 weeks do not withdraw coins FLAX.
For a long time this will continue, what is the reason?

Same reason as every other coin that's been over mined. Read the main page and you shall be enlightened.

And how long to wait?
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September 05, 2017, 11:00:25 PM
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3 weeks do not withdraw coins FLAX.
For a long time this will continue, what is the reason?

Same reason as every other coin that's been over mined. Read the main page and you shall be enlightened.

And how long to wait?

Hard to say. Depends how many other people don't pay attention and also mine up a deficit. Also depends if its not profitable to mine. Neither of which I have control over.

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September 06, 2017, 06:52:26 AM
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3 weeks do not withdraw coins FLAX.
For a long time this will continue, what is the reason?

Same reason as every other coin that's been over mined. Read the main page and you shall be enlightened.

And how long to wait?

Hard to say. Depends how many other people don't pay attention and also mine up a deficit. Also depends if its not profitable to mine. Neither of which I have control over.
Mining on Zpool from some weeks. I think is a good pool (hoping new server is  fixed right now), but documentation really leaks.. i spent a couple of days to understand some more advanced configurations to get the best the pool can get. Experimenting  with auto profit batch file.... I'm not a developer, just a noob, but infos are very poor.
i have some question to pose @ Crackfoo. I posed some question earlier.. sometime difficult to get reply... Maybe my question are "too noob" by the way i think is not bad to get new miners @ pool.
I found difficulties normalizing my gpu in the script (the reference is for cpu mining). i have to run an algo and then set the medium of the hashrate i got in the appropriate field?
Should i do the same with amg gpu replacing ccminer with sgminer in the script? should i found some profitable algos too?
Possible to configure to mine just "hash tap"...
I was mining skunk algo... i saw you add another skunk based coin...
now my miners are mining magnatum instead of signatum. in my scrypt c=SIGT.. is like this because pool makes me mining the most profitable coin?
 
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September 06, 2017, 07:15:14 AM
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I mined only one day - thanks thats all for me
Pool send altcoins to BTC address - so I mined for free ))
No mistakes in bat file
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September 06, 2017, 10:11:10 AM
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Can any one explain this jump please...


http://i66.tinypic.com/2cyfo05.jpg

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September 06, 2017, 11:00:25 AM
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Can any one explain this jump please...


http://i66.tinypic.com/2cyfo05.jpg

Looks like a bunch of your coins were exchanged at the same time. The green in the graph are the coins that have been cleared and exchanged already. The blue line indicates the coins that haven't been cleared or exchanged.

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September 06, 2017, 11:05:38 AM
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3 weeks do not withdraw coins FLAX.
For a long time this will continue, what is the reason?

Same reason as every other coin that's been over mined. Read the main page and you shall be enlightened.

And how long to wait?

Hard to say. Depends how many other people don't pay attention and also mine up a deficit. Also depends if its not profitable to mine. Neither of which I have control over.
Mining on Zpool from some weeks. I think is a good pool (hoping new server is  fixed right now), but documentation really leaks.. i spent a couple of days to understand some more advanced configurations to get the best the pool can get. Experimenting  with auto profit batch file.... I'm not a developer, just a noob, but infos are very poor.
i have some question to pose @ Crackfoo. I posed some question earlier.. sometime difficult to get reply... Maybe my question are "too noob" by the way i think is not bad to get new miners @ pool.
I found difficulties normalizing my gpu in the script (the reference is for cpu mining). i have to run an algo and then set the medium of the hashrate i got in the appropriate field?
Should i do the same with amg gpu replacing ccminer with sgminer in the script? should i found some profitable algos too?
Possible to configure to mine just "hash tap"...
I was mining skunk algo... i saw you add another skunk based coin...
now my miners are mining magnatum instead of signatum. in my scrypt c=SIGT.. is like this because pool makes me mining the most profitable coin?
 


I suggest you use Nemosminer or something of the sort. This program has greatly increased my earnings. It takes some configuration tweaks to get it to work smoothly on all algos, but it still works nicely. Are you AMD or Nvidia? Nemos utilizes NVidia.

Oh, and thanks for adding Magnatum to the pool, Crackfoo.

There's no I in team, but there is a "Me" if you jumble it up.

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September 06, 2017, 11:07:32 AM
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Can any one explain this jump please...


http://i66.tinypic.com/2cyfo05.jpg

Looks like a bunch of your coins were exchanged at the same time. The green in the graph are the coins that have been cleared and exchanged already. The blue line indicates the coins that haven't been cleared or exchanged.
I started mining at around mark 4h, and had 0 pending and balance, then between mark 10h and 12h, it suddenly gave me 0.002 bitcoins... not that I dont like it
Just want to know how come.


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September 06, 2017, 11:08:28 AM
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3 weeks do not withdraw coins FLAX.
For a long time this will continue, what is the reason?

Same reason as every other coin that's been over mined. Read the main page and you shall be enlightened.

And how long to wait?

Hard to say. Depends how many other people don't pay attention and also mine up a deficit. Also depends if its not profitable to mine. Neither of which I have control over.
Mining on Zpool from some weeks. I think is a good pool (hoping new server is  fixed right now), but documentation really leaks.. i spent a couple of days to understand some more advanced configurations to get the best the pool can get. Experimenting  with auto profit batch file.... I'm not a developer, just a noob, but infos are very poor.
i have some question to pose @ Crackfoo. I posed some question earlier.. sometime difficult to get reply... Maybe my question are "too noob" by the way i think is not bad to get new miners @ pool.
I found difficulties normalizing my gpu in the script (the reference is for cpu mining). i have to run an algo and then set the medium of the hashrate i got in the appropriate field?
Should i do the same with amg gpu replacing ccminer with sgminer in the script? should i found some profitable algos too?
Possible to configure to mine just "hash tap"...
I was mining skunk algo... i saw you add another skunk based coin...
now my miners are mining magnatum instead of signatum. in my scrypt c=SIGT.. is like this because pool makes me mining the most profitable coin?
 


I suggest you use Nemosminer or something of the sort. This program has greatly increased my earnings. It takes some configuration tweaks to get it to work smoothly on all algos, but it still works nicely. Are you AMD or Nvidia? Nemos utilizes NVidia.

Oh, and thanks for adding Magnatum to the pool, Crackfoo.
i have principally amd
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