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August 08, 2017, 07:15:20 PM
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it's kinda late to go for SIGT as reward is halving in 1 or 2 hrs.
I've got about 1200 SIGT that I've mined recently.  Currently trading at about $0.11 / coin.  If it drops to next to nothing I haven't lost much.  Think I'll hold on and hope it hits a few dollars somewhere down the road.  Of course I have no idea what I'm doing Cheesy
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August 08, 2017, 07:16:33 PM
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it's kinda late to go for SIGT as reward is halving in 1 or 2 hrs.

hard to say what will happen to price and diff ye :/    
This one is an enigma haha, the volume SIGT has had it just nuts, 600+ BTC in 24 hours, everyday, damn, must be tradebots.
I think the 1/2ing will shake out the profit miners, and start some natural growth with reduced inflation, ii am greatly looking forward to it Cheesy

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August 08, 2017, 07:26:59 PM
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How would I go about mining SIGT?
Been so used to Nicehash..

Don't remember how anything else works.
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August 08, 2017, 08:50:13 PM
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How would I go about mining SIGT?
Been so used to Nicehash..

Don't remember how anything else works.

everybody say that its useless now to mine SIGNT but yes, keep on, mine SIGNT...

for smart people, what are you mining now ?

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August 08, 2017, 09:04:25 PM
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Hey, so I'm mining SIGT on supernova with 6 x 1080Ti's and often I get stratum connection failed, my 2 x 1080ti rig has none of these problems so don't think it's a connection issue.

my rig is 4gb ram, 3930 cpu, asus prime-A , USB powered risers, GPU's 80% TDP, + 60 core, memory - 502 , 70c

sometimes the chrome remote desktop connection takes ages to connect or doesn't connect at all , could be a faulty riser/card?


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August 08, 2017, 09:27:35 PM
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Hey, so I'm mining SIGT on supernova with 6 x 1080Ti's and often I get stratum connection failed, my 2 x 1080ti rig has none of these problems so don't think it's a connection issue.

my rig is 4gb ram, 3930 cpu, asus prime-A , USB powered risers, GPU's 80% TDP, + 60 core, memory - 502 , 70c

sometimes the chrome remote desktop connection takes ages to connect or doesn't connect at all , could be a faulty riser/card?



What you're describing is almost certainly network connection issues.

I have almost the exact same hardware in a different configuration
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August 08, 2017, 10:26:16 PM
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I am mining with my Aorus 1080ti stock settings --> 49.5 MH/s and i don't care about halving i still will mine it and hope to see signature at 0.50 cents

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August 08, 2017, 10:45:10 PM
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Guys, this is my theory. Tell me what do you think.


Isn't it better to mine and accumulate the best coins that our cards can mine and then sell them on a bump instead of mining for example using Nemo which automatically converts?

I understand it's much better to "set and forget" but then you rely only and only on BTC to rise  with this you can mine - ZEC and DGB and accumulate and then sell on 10-20% bumps into BTC.

What do you think?

I've done this btw- I kept accumulating DGB then sold it on huge 10% spike and then today sold ZEC on 17% spike.

I have a single 1080ti and just seems to me that's the only way to make a good return.
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August 09, 2017, 02:33:52 AM
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Guys, this is my theory. Tell me what do you think.


Isn't it better to mine and accumulate the best coins that our cards can mine and then sell them on a bump instead of mining for example using Nemo which automatically converts?

I understand it's much better to "set and forget" but then you rely only and only on BTC to rise  with this you can mine - ZEC and DGB and accumulate and then sell on 10-20% bumps into BTC.

What do you think?

I've done this btw- I kept accumulating DGB then sold it on huge 10% spike and then today sold ZEC on 17% spike.

I have a single 1080ti and just seems to me that's the only way to make a good return.

Yay, I think your kinda late with the HODL Technology as it exist very long time ago
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August 09, 2017, 03:20:32 AM
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It's been pretty confusing for the most part to keep up with the so called most-profitable-coin movement. As universalresonance pointed out it really is easy to set and forget at first but after a while simple human curiosity takes over which may end up losing money.
1080Ti for ZEC has been not too bad recently and looking at the current price pump rewards some of those patient miners.

Heuristic for finding the minimum of an objective.
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August 09, 2017, 03:34:40 AM
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I'n my part, I do not go with the most profitable coin.
I go with the coin with the most potential with less difficulty then HODL its coin. At this time its best to avoid signatum and mine other coin.
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August 09, 2017, 04:33:30 AM
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I'n my part, I do not go with the most profitable coin.
I go with the coin with the most potential with less difficulty then HODL its coin. At this time its best to avoid signatum and mine other coin.

Which one for example ?

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August 09, 2017, 05:03:14 AM
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I'm switching back to zcash momentarily since the daily revenue is higher than sigt at this moment. In this way, i can buy daily mined amount of sigt anytime with the revenue and still keep some extra zcash.
Not sure how others do, but that's my way for transitional period when situation is uncertain as i can't foresee whether or not sigt is going to turn the tide soon.
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August 09, 2017, 06:23:58 AM
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I'm switching back to zcash momentarily since the daily revenue is higher than sigt at this moment. In this way, i can buy daily mined amount of sigt anytime with the revenue and still keep some extra zcash.
Not sure how others do, but that's my way for transitional period when situation is uncertain as i can't foresee whether or not sigt is going to turn the tide soon.

whats your stats ?

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August 09, 2017, 06:41:35 AM
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What are right now the best drivers for 1080ti's? Do any of you run the 1080ti at stock or overclock?

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August 09, 2017, 06:54:20 AM
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Guys, this is my theory. Tell me what do you think.


Isn't it better to mine and accumulate the best coins that our cards can mine and then sell them on a bump instead of mining for example using Nemo which automatically converts?

I understand it's much better to "set and forget" but then you rely only and only on BTC to rise  with this you can mine - ZEC and DGB and accumulate and then sell on 10-20% bumps into BTC.

What do you think?

I've done this btw- I kept accumulating DGB then sold it on huge 10% spike and then today sold ZEC on 17% spike.

I have a single 1080ti and just seems to me that's the only way to make a good return.

in my opinion its better to mine small coins and hold them until the good moment. I mean, if you own a 1080ti ,i suppose you dont need urgent money and have a decent life. yes we all want lambo's but.
so now, im accumulating coins , and hope to sell in the next 6 month's

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August 09, 2017, 07:09:47 AM
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What are right now the best drivers for 1080ti's? Do any of you run the 1080ti at stock or overclock?
General consensus earlier seemed to agree that any recent driver version is equal in performance. Have kept version 384.76
EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner 0.3.4b, +100 Core, 95% TDP (does this categorise as stock or overclock, not sure).

Heuristic for finding the minimum of an objective.
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August 09, 2017, 07:22:52 AM
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so now, im accumulating coins , and hope to sell in the next 6 month's
Or from an other perspective - it's so confusing when there are too many choices a.k.a. The paralyzing problem of too many choices which was introduced in '70's.

Heuristic for finding the minimum of an objective.
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August 09, 2017, 07:49:21 AM
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What are right now the best drivers for 1080ti's? Do any of you run the 1080ti at stock or overclock?
General consensus earlier seemed to agree that any recent driver version is equal in performance. Have kept version 384.76
EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner 0.3.4b, +100 Core, 95% TDP (does this categorise as stock or overclock, not sure).

Decent settings.
I'm 75%, +144 core, +155 mem = ~730 Sol/s
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August 09, 2017, 07:57:19 AM
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The SIGT train was great while it lasted. Back to Zcash!

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