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September 09, 2017, 08:54:28 PM
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I sad anything rude? No, you did.
So if you are dumb enough to loose profit - it is your way. Continue writing meaninless core +122 and other settings.

Overclocking memory clock on equihash can very easily freeze your system as far my experience goes. Using high memory clocks is very iffy and works only with a few very good chips.
First of all I was talking about
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I'm sorry, I thought you were the guy complaining about -300 memory. He was stupid, not you.
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September 09, 2017, 09:06:02 PM
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September 09, 2017, 10:40:56 PM
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Many pools are now attacked by some fucking new hacking method...what the fuck is wrong with this world  Sad

Hacking has been a reality in crypto since it's inception.  If there's a way to profit from hacking people will do so, and being able to predictably manipulate a coin's market you can definitely make money.  It sucks for those trying to play fair but is a fact of this world.

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September 09, 2017, 11:11:38 PM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.
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September 09, 2017, 11:13:46 PM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

what coin are you mining ?

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September 09, 2017, 11:22:50 PM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

Check the blocks

If the pool doesn't control much of the hash on that coin, then you're gonna get slow blocks and your earnings will be very up and down. If you hit a few blocks in an hour you make more than you did for the 8 hours before when you only hit 2.

IME the best coins are ones with very fast blocks so people don't bother to mess around with cloud mining hogging up the shares. (although people do pull other shenanigans).

As to whether or not pplns or whatever is good. Seems to be at least on short block time algos. Again seems to be abusable if you can just hop from the major pools every 10 minutes with cloud mining. But that's just what i've picked up in threads and am not qualified to back that up with any real technical knowledge.



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September 09, 2017, 11:29:54 PM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

what coin are you mining ?

zec for my 1080 ti's

xmr for ryzen 1800 cpu

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September 09, 2017, 11:58:48 PM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

Check the blocks

If the pool doesn't control much of the hash on that coin, then you're gonna get slow blocks and your earnings will be very up and down. If you hit a few blocks in an hour you make more than you did for the 8 hours before when you only hit 2.

IME the best coins are ones with very fast blocks so people don't bother to mess around with cloud mining hogging up the shares. (although people do pull other shenanigans).

As to whether or not pplns or whatever is good. Seems to be at least on short block time algos. Again seems to be abusable if you can just hop from the major pools every 10 minutes with cloud mining. But that's just what i've picked up in threads and am not qualified to back that up with any real technical knowledge.





From what I hear they do control quite a bit of the hash for zec. I remember hearing about fluctuations like that and people doing that type of stuff on the forums as well. I think I will give it a day and see how it does for it but I don't really know if I like the up's and downs of it. I like steady and I was using flypool before and it seemed like it paid out after a day. I just liked its ui and that I could mine monero and zec on it utilizing it. I just got to find someone where else good to mine monero now. Seems like CPU mining has long payouts because you need 0.03 or 0.1 to get paid out most pools.
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September 10, 2017, 12:00:37 AM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

I stopped using suprnova a month ago because of the low earnings.
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September 10, 2017, 12:10:35 AM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

Check the blocks

If the pool doesn't control much of the hash on that coin, then you're gonna get slow blocks and your earnings will be very up and down. If you hit a few blocks in an hour you make more than you did for the 8 hours before when you only hit 2.

IME the best coins are ones with very fast blocks so people don't bother to mess around with cloud mining hogging up the shares. (although people do pull other shenanigans).

As to whether or not pplns or whatever is good. Seems to be at least on short block time algos. Again seems to be abusable if you can just hop from the major pools every 10 minutes with cloud mining. But that's just what i've picked up in threads and am not qualified to back that up with any real technical knowledge.





From what I hear they do control quite a bit of the hash for zec. I remember hearing about fluctuations like that and people doing that type of stuff on the forums as well. I think I will give it a day and see how it does for it but I don't really know if I like the up's and downs of it. I like steady and I was using flypool before and it seemed like it paid out after a day. I just liked its ui and that I could mine monero and zec on it utilizing it. I just got to find someone where else good to mine monero now. Seems like CPU mining has long payouts because you need 0.03 or 0.1 to get paid out most pools.


.... So you didn't check teh blocks?

And ZEC is not hte most profitable algo for our cards. . .
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September 10, 2017, 12:29:53 AM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

Check the blocks

If the pool doesn't control much of the hash on that coin, then you're gonna get slow blocks and your earnings will be very up and down. If you hit a few blocks in an hour you make more than you did for the 8 hours before when you only hit 2.

IME the best coins are ones with very fast blocks so people don't bother to mess around with cloud mining hogging up the shares. (although people do pull other shenanigans).

As to whether or not pplns or whatever is good. Seems to be at least on short block time algos. Again seems to be abusable if you can just hop from the major pools every 10 minutes with cloud mining. But that's just what i've picked up in threads and am not qualified to back that up with any real technical knowledge.





From what I hear they do control quite a bit of the hash for zec. I remember hearing about fluctuations like that and people doing that type of stuff on the forums as well. I think I will give it a day and see how it does for it but I don't really know if I like the up's and downs of it. I like steady and I was using flypool before and it seemed like it paid out after a day. I just liked its ui and that I could mine monero and zec on it utilizing it. I just got to find someone where else good to mine monero now. Seems like CPU mining has long payouts because you need 0.03 or 0.1 to get paid out most pools.


.... So you didn't check teh blocks?

And ZEC is not hte most profitable algo for our cards. . .

ZEC is not an algo and Equihash is certainly one of the most profitable algorithm for our cards...
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September 10, 2017, 01:05:43 AM
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yea because difficulty and other differences don't make the algos different. . .

And it's shit next to SIGT

ZEC has been profitable like 2 days in the last 3 months
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September 10, 2017, 02:09:17 AM
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trying SIGT now and it saying 35 M/H sec which ends up like 3 dollars a day? How is this much better then ZEC or just using NH
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September 10, 2017, 02:14:34 AM
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Any coin is good if you try this.  Like if you sell ZEC at .06 and wait for price to hit $4800.  You make about over $3.5 a day.  It's risky but it's up to your judgement.

SIGT is good for on demand profits.
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September 10, 2017, 02:22:28 AM
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trying SIGT now and it saying 35 M/H sec which ends up like 3 dollars a day? How is this much better then ZEC or just using NH

You must be using outdated miner, please use ccminer 2.2 or other mod ccminer for better hashrate.

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September 10, 2017, 07:42:52 AM
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trying SIGT now and it saying 35 M/H sec which ends up like 3 dollars a day? How is this much better then ZEC or just using NH
check your config, you must expect 50 MHS minimum

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September 10, 2017, 08:22:00 AM
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yea because difficulty and other differences don't make the algos different. . .

And it's shit next to SIGT

ZEC has been profitable like 2 days in the last 3 months

I wrote "one of the most", you really need to pay attention.
And its "shit" is really a clueless comment...
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September 10, 2017, 08:52:03 AM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

You can try NiceHash or Winminer
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2004875.0

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September 10, 2017, 08:55:39 AM
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anyone mining suprnova here know how the transactions work with it. I have been mining it all morning with 2 1080 ti's and have seen only .62 cents earned. My cpu has seen 0.1 cents. I'm new to the whole pplns thing where payment depends on the amount of blocks found. Are these type of pools good in the long run or should I be looking at other pools that calculate a set cost per hashing a day. Thanks.

You can try NiceHash or Winminer
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2004875.0


I wouldn't trust that piece of shit, looks like botnet in the making.
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September 10, 2017, 09:01:46 AM
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I sad anything rude? No, you did.
So if you are dumb enough to loose profit - it is your way. Continue writing meaninless core +122 and other settings.

Overclocking memory clock on equihash can very easily freeze your system as far my experience goes. Using high memory clocks is very iffy and works only with a few very good chips.
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I'm sorry, I thought you were the guy complaining about -300 memory. He was stupid, not you.
Oh yes. The same people who lower MC "expect 50Mh" mining Sigt, while others mine Sigt at 55-60 and Equihash at 750+Sols.
How to call them - idiots, dumbs or what?

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