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Author Topic: Launching the Antminer L3+, World's Most Powerful and Efficient Litecoin Miner  (Read 264835 times)
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December 07, 2017, 02:05:54 PM
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hey guys, now with Nicehash gone, is there any other service where you can rent your hashing power?

If not, which pool do you suggest to mine on? Cant decide between multipool.us, zpool and prohashing. I know none of them are as good as NH was due to different reasons, but i believe its still more profitable than mining direclty some coin. Other suggestions are welcomed as well of course

Too bad about Nicehash, hope you didn't loose any on that one.

Mining pools keep getting better. I used to use coinmine.pl, but since prohashing.com came out it is my number 1 on the list.   They allow the miner to automatically mine the coin which is most profitable - and you can choose any amount of different coins to receive payout in. Absolutely brilliant!   However, last time I checked heard they stopped new account creation, prob became too popular.

Doesn't mean then other pools you mentioned aren't also good.  Never tried zpool or multipool.  You'll need several anyway to allow the miner to auto-switch in case your top pool is down for any reason (or gets nicehashed  Undecided  )

Unfortunately i did, lost 2 months and 5 days of mining, 0.19 BTC but i dont expect sympathy or condolences, its all on me for being greedy fuck and not wanting to pay higher fees for payments to external wallet. Lesson for everyone guys, dont be greedy, especially if you have ASICs. Pay 40 dollars or whatever a month more, even if you are from poor eastern european country and be safe. Its totally not worth losing big(ger) amounts

On the topic, i guess i will go with prohashing (registered there some time ago), multipool and miningpoolhub. Just need to see which is most profitable. Good luck to everyone
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December 07, 2017, 02:11:40 PM
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... and so I get my shipping notice just as Nicehash crashes and burns ...

Gonna take me some time to ROI

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December 07, 2017, 02:40:42 PM
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hey guys, now with Nicehash gone, is there any other service where you can rent your hashing power?

If not, which pool do you suggest to mine on? Cant decide between multipool.us, zpool and prohashing. I know none of them are as good as NH was due to different reasons, but i believe its still more profitable than mining direclty some coin. Other suggestions are welcomed as well of course

Too bad about Nicehash, hope you didn't loose any on that one.

Mining pools keep getting better. I used to use coinmine.pl, but since prohashing.com came out it is my number 1 on the list.   They allow the miner to automatically mine the coin which is most profitable - and you can choose any amount of different coins to receive payout in. Absolutely brilliant!   However, last time I checked heard they stopped new account creation, prob became too popular.

Doesn't mean then other pools you mentioned aren't also good.  Never tried zpool or multipool.  You'll need several anyway to allow the miner to auto-switch in case your top pool is down for any reason (or gets nicehashed  Undecided  )

Unfortunately i did, lost 2 months and 5 days of mining, 0.19 BTC but i dont expect sympathy or condolences, its all on me for being greedy fuck and not wanting to pay higher fees for payments to external wallet. Lesson for everyone guys, dont be greedy, especially if you have ASICs. Pay 40 dollars or whatever a month more, even if you are from poor eastern european country and be safe. Its totally not worth losing big(ger) amounts

On the topic, i guess i will go with prohashing (registered there some time ago), multipool and miningpoolhub. Just need to see which is most profitable. Good luck to everyone


I bet they pay folk back..in usd on the day it was lost..but still..I think nicehash has the means to do so and the morals....















 

 

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December 07, 2017, 02:57:26 PM
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hey guys, now with Nicehash gone, is there any other service where you can rent your hashing power?

If not, which pool do you suggest to mine on? Cant decide between multipool.us, zpool and prohashing. I know none of them are as good as NH was due to different reasons, but i believe its still more profitable than mining direclty some coin. Other suggestions are welcomed as well of course

Too bad about Nicehash, hope you didn't loose any on that one.

Mining pools keep getting better. I used to use coinmine.pl, but since prohashing.com came out it is my number 1 on the list.   They allow the miner to automatically mine the coin which is most profitable - and you can choose any amount of different coins to receive payout in. Absolutely brilliant!   However, last time I checked heard they stopped new account creation, prob became too popular.

Doesn't mean then other pools you mentioned aren't also good.  Never tried zpool or multipool.  You'll need several anyway to allow the miner to auto-switch in case your top pool is down for any reason (or gets nicehashed  Undecided  )

Unfortunately i did, lost 2 months and 5 days of mining, 0.19 BTC but i dont expect sympathy or condolences, its all on me for being greedy fuck and not wanting to pay higher fees for payments to external wallet. Lesson for everyone guys, dont be greedy, especially if you have ASICs. Pay 40 dollars or whatever a month more, even if you are from poor eastern european country and be safe. Its totally not worth losing big(ger) amounts

On the topic, i guess i will go with prohashing (registered there some time ago), multipool and miningpoolhub. Just need to see which is most profitable. Good luck to everyone


I bet they pay folk back..in usd on the day it was lost..but still..I think nicehash has the means to do so and the morals....


If this story is legit, I would agree. This will be their ONLY hope of staying in  business. That is what Coinbase did for the ETH clusterf$ck and they are bigger than ever now. It buys a LOT of goodwill!

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December 07, 2017, 04:01:28 PM
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hey guys, now with Nicehash gone, is there any other service where you can rent your hashing power?

If not, which pool do you suggest to mine on? Cant decide between multipool.us, zpool and prohashing. I know none of them are as good as NH was due to different reasons, but i believe its still more profitable than mining direclty some coin. Other suggestions are welcomed as well of course

Too bad about Nicehash, hope you didn't loose any on that one.

Mining pools keep getting better. I used to use coinmine.pl, but since prohashing.com came out it is my number 1 on the list.   They allow the miner to automatically mine the coin which is most profitable - and you can choose any amount of different coins to receive payout in. Absolutely brilliant!   However, last time I checked heard they stopped new account creation, prob became too popular.

Doesn't mean then other pools you mentioned aren't also good.  Never tried zpool or multipool.  You'll need several anyway to allow the miner to auto-switch in case your top pool is down for any reason (or gets nicehashed  Undecided  )

Unfortunately i did, lost 2 months and 5 days of mining, 0.19 BTC but i dont expect sympathy or condolences, its all on me for being greedy fuck and not wanting to pay higher fees for payments to external wallet. Lesson for everyone guys, dont be greedy, especially if you have ASICs. Pay 40 dollars or whatever a month more, even if you are from poor eastern european country and be safe. Its totally not worth losing big(ger) amounts

On the topic, i guess i will go with prohashing (registered there some time ago), multipool and miningpoolhub. Just need to see which is most profitable. Good luck to everyone


I bet they pay folk back..in usd on the day it was lost..but still..I think nicehash has the means to do so and the morals....




Arent they Russian led? I have seen just great things in crypto from Russians so far Cheesy BTC-e also came back and is repaying. Havent heared to much from the American FedFucks on how they want to give the money they confiscated back to legit users lol

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December 07, 2017, 07:08:28 PM
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I have noticed that with Nicehash down, people are putting their miners on pools and profits are down!!

RIP L3+ Scrypt mining, the L3+ was profitable cause BCC "bitconnect" has a POW now they POS so all the hashrate will transfer to LTC, diff to the moon will be +2.5 million in the next days and by the end of month when December batch shipped they will be +4 million so expect D3 scenario
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December 07, 2017, 08:13:30 PM
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I received shipping notification for my L3+ (Dec 20-30 batch) and PSU. Of course it shows as "label created" only, so who knows, but I'm hoping I'll get it soon, hopefully while it's still profitable  Huh
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December 07, 2017, 08:21:28 PM
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I have noticed that with Nicehash down, people are putting their miners on pools and profits are down!!

i noticed this as well, it was today on the TV first news here in SLO,..guzs hope u didnt lost big,...i was expecting more not less profits, bcs ppl dont mine,...crazy
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December 08, 2017, 05:46:07 AM
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Anyone mining DNotes(NOTE) ?

What pool are you using?

It's showing profitable on WhatToMine but while calculating on a few pools, real life figures seems not much more than mining LTC...

comments?
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December 08, 2017, 05:49:11 AM
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Anyone mining DNotes(NOTE) ?

What pool are you using?

It's showing profitable on WhatToMine but while calculating on a few pools, real life figures seems not much more than mining LTC...

comments?

With Nicehash gone (for the time being at least), Prohashing seems to be the next most profitable pool.

Hopefully Nicehash comes back but if they don't, has anyone found anything besides Prohashing that brings comparable profits?
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December 08, 2017, 05:13:23 PM
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Anyone mining DNotes(NOTE) ?

What pool are you using?

It's showing profitable on WhatToMine but while calculating on a few pools, real life figures seems not much more than mining LTC...

comments?

With Nicehash gone (for the time being at least), Prohashing seems to be the next most profitable pool.

Hopefully Nicehash comes back but if they don't, has anyone found anything besides Prohashing that brings comparable profits?
Procrashing is very taxed right now. They have well over their capacity in miners from overflow. Problem is, some of your miners seem to get assigned a massive difficulty so none of your shares get accepted on certain machines, BUT they don't fail over. I had some units run all night and got ZERO shares while others were fine. GranatGas is dead. Zpool is very suspect. It's very tough right now for switching pools. It's a veritable minefield.

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December 08, 2017, 05:15:43 PM
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I have noticed that with Nicehash down, people are putting their miners on pools and profits are down!!

RIP L3+ Scrypt mining, the L3+ was profitable cause BCC "bitconnect" has a POW now they POS so all the hashrate will transfer to LTC, diff to the moon will be +2.5 million in the next days and by the end of month when December batch shipped they will be +4 million so expect D3 scenario
LMAO!!!! Except for one thing. LTC is at $132 !! LOL. Bitconnect?? Who the fuck cares about Bitconnect?? POS=Piece of shit.

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December 08, 2017, 05:30:07 PM
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It was crap that pulled a lot of hash away from litecoin and other good coins.  That meant we got more of them.  Personally, I'd rather have .17 of $125 than .13 of $125, but because the BCCers have come flooding back on everything else, our pie slices of good coins are getting smaller.

That said, even though yesterday while people were dumping alts to get in late to the BTC rally (while I was dumping BTC to get cheap alts) I was telling myself that LTC and others would rebound after BTC leveled off, I was still wowed to watch the 50% LTC jump this morning (obviously that run abated some too, but still! fun to watch).
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December 08, 2017, 05:39:16 PM
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It was crap that pulled a lot of hash away from litecoin and other good coins.  That meant we got more of them.  Personally, I'd rather have .17 of $125 than .13 of $125, but because the BCCers have come flooding back on everything else, our pie slices of good coins are getting smaller.

That said, even though yesterday while people were dumping alts to get in late to the BTC rally (while I was dumping BTC to get cheap alts) I was telling myself that LTC and others would rebound after BTC leveled off, I was still wowed to watch the 50% LTC jump this morning (obviously that run abated some too, but still! fun to watch).
LTC probably has much room to run. One of the most underrated protocols on the board right now.

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December 08, 2017, 06:01:11 PM
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It was crap that pulled a lot of hash away from litecoin and other good coins.  That meant we got more of them.  Personally, I'd rather have .17 of $125 than .13 of $125, but because the BCCers have come flooding back on everything else, our pie slices of good coins are getting smaller.

That said, even though yesterday while people were dumping alts to get in late to the BTC rally (while I was dumping BTC to get cheap alts) I was telling myself that LTC and others would rebound after BTC leveled off, I was still wowed to watch the 50% LTC jump this morning (obviously that run abated some too, but still! fun to watch).
LTC probably has much room to run. One of the most underrated protocols on the board right now.

Easily.

Do you know if Prohashing integrates any sort of solo mining? I was timing my miners and just before 24 hours was up to see how much they had made, I got a huge jump in profit. I look away for an hour or so and I come back to a jump of nearly 20% of what I made over the entire night. Is mining through them really that unpredictable? I was ready to switch off and just mine straight litecoin.
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December 08, 2017, 06:34:57 PM
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It was crap that pulled a lot of hash away from litecoin and other good coins.  That meant we got more of them.  Personally, I'd rather have .17 of $125 than .13 of $125, but because the BCCers have come flooding back on everything else, our pie slices of good coins are getting smaller.

That said, even though yesterday while people were dumping alts to get in late to the BTC rally (while I was dumping BTC to get cheap alts) I was telling myself that LTC and others would rebound after BTC leveled off, I was still wowed to watch the 50% LTC jump this morning (obviously that run abated some too, but still! fun to watch).
LTC probably has much room to run. One of the most underrated protocols on the board right now.

Easily.

Do you know if Prohashing integrates any sort of solo mining? I was timing my miners and just before 24 hours was up to see how much they had made, I got a huge jump in profit. I look away for an hour or so and I come back to a jump of nearly 20% of what I made over the entire night. Is mining through them really that unpredictable? I was ready to switch off and just mine straight litecoin.
I think that in some cases you should not be indignant, because all the same the magnet remains very efficient and with good incomes, especially if we take into account what today's prices for crypto currency.

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December 08, 2017, 06:52:00 PM
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There have been a number of corrections to payouts at Prohashing lately, I suspect that's more likely to be responsible for a huge jump than anything else.

At this point, if you look at their front page at the division of coins mined post-nicehack, we're pretty much just mining litecoins now, so probably not too much harm in moving some machines to something less prone to instability.  Prohashing might be most useful if there's a recently devalued alt you want to grab cheap and easy.  And I'm inclined to always have one machine on them in case they bounce back.

On the other topic, I agree LTC is heavily undervalued, certainly moreso than any other established coin.  If Charlie succeeds at making Litecoin the payment backbone of BTC via LN and atomic swaps, .1BTC would be undervalued.  They've got a strong tech, a strong cultural position, a strong team, are top of their algorithm for security and... terrible marketing.  Perfect combo for bargain pricing.
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December 08, 2017, 11:30:52 PM
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I got notification my 10x L3's were shipped today, Arriving Tuesday Cheesy

I was batch Dec 21-29 so they shipped 2 weeks early! Happy days.

I ordered some S9's too , They didn't ship those early Sad
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December 09, 2017, 12:42:29 AM
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Anyone know where I can find a list of every scrypt mineable coin? Looking for alternatives now that LTC price/diff is going through the roof

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December 09, 2017, 02:40:51 AM
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I have noticed that with Nicehash down, people are putting their miners on pools and profits are down!!

RIP L3+ Scrypt mining, the L3+ was profitable cause BCC "bitconnect" has a POW now they POS so all the hashrate will transfer to LTC, diff to the moon will be +2.5 million in the next days and by the end of month when December batch shipped they will be +4 million so expect D3 scenario
LMAO!!!! Except for one thing. LTC is at $132 !! LOL. Bitconnect?? Who the fuck cares about Bitconnect?? POS=Piece of shit.
the hashrate was distributed between BCC and LTC because this is the high priced coins on scrypt algo now we have just LTC the diff will skyrocket we need LTC price +400 to make ROI when december batch shipped 
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