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June 21, 2017, 05:48:15 PM
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i am getting the same speed for UBIQ or Ethereum.
What is the best BAT settings to mine UBIQ?

Shouldn't it be faster since the dag file is smaller?
What is the current DAG file size?

im using claymore dual miner, in single mode.
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On cards with more RAM the ethereum chain will still run at full speed. I have 3 GB cards, barely enough to run ethereum's dag. My rig is a holdover from the litecoin mining days, haha.

So what is the normal speed for RX 480 8GB on UBIQ?
I am getting 29mh on ETH.
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June 21, 2017, 06:02:40 PM
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i am getting the same speed for UBIQ or Ethereum.
What is the best BAT settings to mine UBIQ?

Shouldn't it be faster since the dag file is smaller?
What is the current DAG file size?

im using claymore dual miner, in single mode.
-mode 1

On cards with more RAM the ethereum chain will still run at full speed. I have 3 GB cards, barely enough to run ethereum's dag. My rig is a holdover from the litecoin mining days, haha.

So what is the normal speed for RX 480 8GB on UBIQ?
I am getting 29mh on ETH.


That sounds right for both UBIQ and ETH for your cards. But it may vary. Every card will act differently, generally. Though they will fall into a range. The 480's were the replacement card for the 7950, I believe.

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June 21, 2017, 09:04:59 PM
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The development team is working on implementing a new coin to the ubiq network
Was announced on twitter Cool
https://twitter.com/ubiqsmart/status/877622060805013505

Join the SHIFT chat
https://shiftnrg.ryver.com
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June 22, 2017, 03:53:18 PM
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What is the difference between uniq and other coin like ethereum, ethereum classic etc. What sets it apart? Was thinking of investing and want to get clear picture.
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June 22, 2017, 04:26:59 PM
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What is the difference between uniq and other coin like ethereum, ethereum classic etc. What sets it apart? Was thinking of investing and want to get clear picture.

- flux difficulty algorythm with advanced hash parameters for more safety
- exponentially subjective scoring is a optional opportunity to correct adverse network conditions and forks
- own monetary policy and mining block sheme
- use of 2gb graphic cards for 6 years (ethereum after 1 year only no usage)
- better holding of the blocktime
- pyrus small bugs fixed from myetherwallet fork
- own graphic interface fusion, pyrus the website and co. own name for decentralized apps (dApps)
- a cheap price and a good dev team a bit smaller circle than in eth
- apx network support token running on ubiq blockchain
- no ico and no premine (fair launch)

thats all i know Smiley

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June 22, 2017, 05:51:07 PM
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We have reached 3000+ members in the UBQ slack   Grin Cheesy

its the best way to interact with the community and the team.
its pretty simple to sign up and its free.

http://slack.ubiqsmart.com/

quick responses to all your questions.
and we talk about all things crytpo not just UBQ...


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June 22, 2017, 06:14:03 PM
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I've read on Juliens twitter he is going to work full time for Bittrex starting next month. Gz to that, but will see how it will workout with the additional work for Bittrex next to Ubiq and hopefully not hindering the development in any way.
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June 22, 2017, 06:25:58 PM
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Hello,

Well after long debate, I decided to buy a bunch of UBIQ whilst they are still cheap. What wallet is best to use, how do you guys protect your wallets?

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June 22, 2017, 07:49:17 PM
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Hello,

Well after long debate, I decided to buy a bunch of UBIQ whilst they are still cheap. What wallet is best to use, how do you guys protect your wallets?



Using the normal fusion wallet , which is totally fine.

Make a copy of your wallet file and save your password somewhere , make it very complex.

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June 22, 2017, 08:06:29 PM
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Hi thx, awesome. Do u have a means of remembering the password if it s very long? do u use a pwd programm?

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June 22, 2017, 09:05:00 PM
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Hello
do you recommend UBIQ for a short after the recent dump?

thks
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June 22, 2017, 09:23:38 PM
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Hello
do you recommend UBIQ for a short after the recent dump?

thks
I see UBIQ as a long term investment...
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June 22, 2017, 09:28:32 PM
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Hey guys!
I'm kinda new with nvidia cards, never had them before.
I downloaded latest genoil version but simply can't find the right specification in .bat file.
Someone pls help me; what should the .bat file look like for this pool: http://ubiqpool.io/#/
I'm mining with 4 GTX 1060 cards, using ethminer-0.9.41-genoil-1.1.7

Thanks!

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June 22, 2017, 10:04:09 PM
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Hi,

Also out of interest I have 2 r9 290 and 2 7950 is it still worh mining with these?

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June 22, 2017, 10:44:07 PM
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Hi,

Also out of interest I have 2 r9 290 and 2 7950 is it still worh mining with these?



The 290 is actually one of the best GPU to mine any Dagger-Hashimoto coin. Look into a modded bios for them if you haven't done it yet, 290 with Samsung memory can get 35mh/s.

7950 is also very capable.
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June 23, 2017, 04:30:21 AM
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What is the difference between uniq and other coin like ethereum, ethereum classic etc. What sets it apart? Was thinking of investing and want to get clear picture.

- flux difficulty algorythm with advanced hash parameters for more safety
- exponentially subjective scoring is a optional opportunity to correct adverse network conditions and forks
- own monetary policy and mining block sheme
- use of 2gb graphic cards for 6 years (ethereum after 1 year only no usage)
- better holding of the blocktime
- pyrus small bugs fixed from myetherwallet fork
- own graphic interface fusion, pyrus the website and co. own name for decentralized apps (dApps)
- a cheap price and a good dev team a bit smaller circle than in eth
- apx network support token running on ubiq blockchain
- no ico and no premine (fair launch)

thats all i know Smiley
Ok. thanks for the info. Looks like a promising project. will invest some
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June 23, 2017, 07:13:08 AM
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Hello,
I'm new to mining coins, and maybe I could get answer from more experienced miners here.
I though that all Ethash type coins should have same hash rate from same hardware/software, but I get like 20 Mh/s for ethereum and up to 37 Mh/s for Ubiq.
Anyone knows do I have problem with my mining software/hardware or is it normal?

If you are reading the hashrate from the miningpool you are using, it might take some time until it's better regulated. I use Claymore miner and ubiqpool.io and they show the following stats:
Claymore miner: ~24.5 Mh
Ubiqpool (30m): 26.67 MH
Ubiqpool (3h): 24.39 MH
So it probably needs a little time to correctly read the hashrate. I had the same 24,5 Mh with Ethereum.


Thanks for the answer.


I was telling Claymore miners stats.
Thats why I'm confused. About pools stats I uderstand that.
But now, tested with claymore, getting:
20.0 Mh for ETH,
33.7 Mh for EXP,
36.9 Mh for UBQ.
Yesterday was the same stats.
Wonder should they all differ so much...

It has to do with the size of the DAG file.

So, as the DAG file size increases you all mine slower?

I decreases the amount of usable GPU memory for calculations. I remember getting 2x the throughput on ethereum a year ago.

Understood. Thanks for the answer. I was confused, because I checked old posts, of people getting nearly 2x more hash rate from same GPU's than me, haha Smiley

Still confused.
Got mysleft RX 460.
It mines all of these: ETH, UBQ, EXP the same speed 12 MH/s, so it is strange why it differs so much on my previous R7 370 card...
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June 23, 2017, 08:48:01 AM
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Still confused.
Got mysleft RX 460.
It mines all of these: ETH, UBQ, EXP the same speed 12 MH/s, so it is strange why it differs so much on my previous R7 370 card...

Every card is different. The hardware on each model is different so you'll get different results. My older 7950's can push out 23 MH/s (UBIQ) with a slight overclock. Ethereum is different due to the dag file size, as is exp. I get slightly more hash for exp than ethereum.

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June 23, 2017, 09:28:13 AM
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Still confused.
Got mysleft RX 460.
It mines all of these: ETH, UBQ, EXP the same speed 12 MH/s, so it is strange why it differs so much on my previous R7 370 card...

Every card is different. The hardware on each model is different so you'll get different results. My older 7950's can push out 23 MH/s (UBIQ) with a slight overclock. Ethereum is different due to the dag file size, as is exp. I get slightly more hash for exp than ethereum.

I see.
Still strange to consider which card to buy, when seller of R7 370 said he gets 37 Mh/s from 2x cards for ETH, later i discovered that it gets that much for EXP, similar even higher for UBQ, and checked only 23+ MH/s for ETH from 2x cards.

By this calculation bought 3x RX 360 seller stated he is getting ~13,5 MH/s ETH each, so i though, i should get like 20 MH/s UBQ, but sadly almost same Mh/s for UBQ as for ETH.
Hard to decide before buying.
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June 23, 2017, 10:58:23 AM
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Still confused.
Got mysleft RX 460.
It mines all of these: ETH, UBQ, EXP the same speed 12 MH/s, so it is strange why it differs so much on my previous R7 370 card...

Every card is different. The hardware on each model is different so you'll get different results. My older 7950's can push out 23 MH/s (UBIQ) with a slight overclock. Ethereum is different due to the dag file size, as is exp. I get slightly more hash for exp than ethereum.

I see.
Still strange to consider which card to buy, when seller of R7 370 said he gets 37 Mh/s from 2x cards for ETH, later i discovered that it gets that much for EXP, similar even higher for UBQ, and checked only 23+ MH/s for ETH from 2x cards.

By this calculation bought 3x RX 360 seller stated he is getting ~13,5 MH/s ETH each, so i though, i should get like 20 MH/s UBQ, but sadly almost same Mh/s for UBQ as for ETH.
Hard to decide before buying.

Drivers, operating system, and even strapping can make a huge difference on throughput as well. Especially with certain cards, sometimes an older driver works better, sometimes the newer one is best. I use linux for mining, and with my hardware I can only run certain versions of the operating systems, and only certain versions of the vid drivers are even compatible. For example claymore's miner recommends catalyst 15.12 for mining. I think I'm running that version, but I don't have much choice. With ubuntu anyway, it downloads the right driver from the repository and I don't know linux well enough to change it much. But even that is a trial and error thing sometimes.

I don't even want to get into custom kernels. There are mining farms out there running kernels that put anything us normals use to shame.

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