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June 05, 2018, 07:02:15 AM
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I think this is not really very good idea, unless you know a very secret coins with high profit..

One does not need to know the coin to profit from the algo  Cool
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June 05, 2018, 12:43:24 PM
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Hi all,

Im moving my cards on Lyra2REv2 today. What are you all using for this algo ? The last time I mined it I was using an old fork of ccminer made by the VTC devs, is it still good enough ?

TYIA

I think this is not really very good idea, unless you know a very secret coins with high profit.. and the reason of this is Nicehash, there are plenty of Lyra2rev2 power available there at very attractive price

another noob...
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June 06, 2018, 02:26:38 AM
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Anyone planning to mine Fusion(FSN) when they release main net? Might be very profitable in the first few days before everyone start to mine it. I remember first day mining Electroneum it payed for all my cards. For now I stopped mining until its more profitable.

Please give me the link to this news.

Just follow their telegram for latest news. If you don't know what Fusion is then I recommend you read Ann thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2789984.0;all
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June 07, 2018, 09:38:57 AM
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If you're looking for somewhere to point your rig for the next 8 days, we are a masternode coin and our Bitcointalk announcement is here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3710056.0

We are, however, operating differently to most. We don't believe in masternode sales as they give control of too many coins to too few people. We're going a much slower route to funding exchange listings by distributing coins only to miners. You cannot buy DRIP coins or masternodes. Instead, you need to do the following:

  • Download the DRIP wallet here: https://www.dripcoin.tech/wallets/;
  • Generate a DRIP address;
  • Private message us your DRIP address requesting a DRIP-owned LUX or RVN address;
  • We will provide you a LUX or RVN address that we've linked to your DRIP address;
  • Mine to that address via a pool of your choice;

DRIP would then receive the LUX and RVN and sell it to fund exchange listings. We would send you DRIP for your mined coins at a rate of 1.7 RVN = 1 DRIP or 0.01 LUX = 1.25 DRIP.

For month 1 (we're currently in day 22), the Proof of Stake rewards after you receive your reward for mining LUX/RVN is 90% of block rewards - with masternodes getting 10%. This is an attempt to allow our miners to build up to a masternode as soon as possible.

We have, so far, had 100% of our CryptoBridge and masternodes.online listing fees mined to our DRIP-owned LUX and RVN addresses. We are partially through funding of masternodes.pro via our miners and will then be moving on to funding of a second exchange listing.

Masternode and staking earnings will increase significantly - but not for another 8 days.

You can contact us privately either here or on Discord (https://discord.gg/n93p2BW).
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June 08, 2018, 09:55:01 AM
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I'm actually mining raven with EnemyMiner 1.10 and I would like to know the best configuration in afterburner. I'm having an avarage of 20 hash rate per card.

Thanks in advance!
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June 08, 2018, 01:35:27 PM
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Setup this discussion so we know the best way to max out the potential for this expensive GPU.

We know from time to time the profitability shift, so hope here can get advise and suggestion for near optimum profit.

Best Algo/hashrate:
Which pool:
which mining software:
current expected daily profit before electricity:
Any OC (core/memory):

Or any tips on extra mod:


23/Dec posted:
Maybe as we get this discussion further, I will group the list of Algo and coin that is most used by the 1080ti. To do this, might need some help from all of you as I might missed to capture what you have posted.

Could be like:

Current reported profitable coin:
- Date / Coin / Algo / maybe link to the coin or the miner?
- to ensure the list not too long, we will keep it within the top 20 reported by date. Any older date will be moved out (or I might put this to a google spreadsheet link)

As for the setting of the OC, I think just have to do own test as the variance just too large and every card is not the same

What other key info you believe should be in the 1st page?

I know many dont like to share the profitable coin as when it got listed here, likely is taking away the profit from them. but just post only if you are willing to help.

The GP104 GPU is capable of providing a 1607MHz base clock. This base clock value closely matches the base clock value of a stock GTX 1080. However, the boost clock only goes up to 1683MHz on factory overclocking presets. But that doesn’t mean you cannot overclock it even further!
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June 09, 2018, 12:19:28 AM
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Which miner currently prefered with 1080Ti for lyra2v2 mining ?
 ccminer-alexis-1.3 / ccminer-hsr-alexis-(x86, cuda8) / ccminer tpruvot 2.2.5
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June 09, 2018, 03:02:42 PM
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Are you using nicehash and not directly mining with a pool? If so, id really recommend switching away from nicehash. You could be earning more by directly pooling with nanopool for example.
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June 09, 2018, 06:55:50 PM
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Which miner currently prefered with 1080Ti for lyra2v2 mining ?
 ccminer-alexis-1.3 / ccminer-hsr-alexis-(x86, cuda8) / ccminer tpruvot 2.2.5

i'm using ccminer alexis, i've tested few month back and it was the fastest one which is available for free.. maybe there is a better and faster payed version of ccminer fork. but i do know nothing about it

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June 09, 2018, 09:24:47 PM
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Are you using nicehash and not directly mining with a pool? If so, id really recommend switching away from nicehash. You could be earning more by directly pooling with nanopool for example.


You apparently don't realize how profitable lyra2v2 has been on nicehash this past week.
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June 10, 2018, 11:00:12 AM
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Are you using nicehash and not directly mining with a pool? If so, id really recommend switching away from nicehash. You could be earning more by directly pooling with nanopool for example.


You apparently don't realize how profitable lyra2v2 has been on nicehash this past week.

Very. And now it's down again, right? Went from 10 euro per day to 5 euro per day.

I thought it was some kind of scheme to lure new users. Cheesy
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June 11, 2018, 11:54:41 AM
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Very quiet thread

Where are you mining guys currently ?
Lasts weeks I was on blazepool. Income arround 2 - 3€/card/day, with 12xGTX 1080 Ti @60%

Any advice ?
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June 11, 2018, 06:31:51 PM
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The GP104 GPU is capable of providing a 1607MHz base clock. This base clock value closely matches the base clock value of a stock GTX 1080. However, the boost clock only goes up to 1683MHz on factory overclocking presets. But that doesn’t mean you cannot overclock it even further!

Generally speaking, the 10xx series overclocks to the 1620-1700 range, most of mine like to sit around 1630 but one commonly gets up around 1720 without issue (all at ~70% PL)

24" PCI-E cables with 16AWG wires and stripped ends - great for server PSU mods, best prices https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563461
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June 11, 2018, 06:33:35 PM
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Very quiet thread

Where are you mining guys currently ?
Lasts weeks I was on blazepool. Income arround 2 - 3€/card/day, with 12xGTX 1080 Ti @60%

Any advice ?

ive been sitting on lyra for the last week or two since it overtook equihash as the best "set-and-forget" option. Vertcoin (VTC) is actually a pretty decent coin too - feels like a revamped version of the LTC community

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June 11, 2018, 07:08:57 PM
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Very quiet thread

Where are you mining guys currently ?
Lasts weeks I was on blazepool. Income arround 2 - 3€/card/day, with 12xGTX 1080 Ti @60%

Any advice ?

I'm on CMM currently https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4355691
Building a long hold bag before the Equihash ASICs dominates the hashrate.
Finally not a copy-paste clone and the coin has lot of potential hence the long term plan.
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June 11, 2018, 07:39:26 PM
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Are you using nicehash and not directly mining with a pool? If so, id really recommend switching away from nicehash. You could be earning more by directly pooling with nanopool for example.


You apparently don't realize how profitable lyra2v2 has been on nicehash this past week.

Very. And now it's down again, right? Went from 10 euro per day to 5 euro per day.

I thought it was some kind of scheme to lure new users. Cheesy

There was some mystery coin being mined and I could never find out what it was.  At time it was around block 95,000, but no lyra2v2 coins fit the profile.  From what I could tell there was one person paying a very inflated price for a very large hashrate.  Kind of crazy really.
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June 11, 2018, 07:54:04 PM
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I think Gincoin is a good option right now, especially with the summer.  Coolminer is living up to its name.
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June 12, 2018, 01:55:22 PM
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Are you using nicehash and not directly mining with a pool? If so, id really recommend switching away from nicehash. You could be earning more by directly pooling with nanopool for example.


You apparently don't realize how profitable lyra2v2 has been on nicehash this past week.

Very. And now it's down again, right? Went from 10 euro per day to 5 euro per day.

I thought it was some kind of scheme to lure new users. Cheesy

There was some mystery coin being mined and I could never find out what it was.  At time it was around block 95,000, but no lyra2v2 coins fit the profile.  From what I could tell there was one person paying a very inflated price for a very large hashrate.  Kind of crazy really.
It was no mistery coin it was xvg,someone was using hash from nicehash to atack it(thats the reason behind high payments)but yeah i agree it was nice profit on it while it lasted Grin Also not alot of people knew about that amount of profit
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June 12, 2018, 04:18:18 PM
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Are you using nicehash and not directly mining with a pool? If so, id really recommend switching away from nicehash. You could be earning more by directly pooling with nanopool for example.


You apparently don't realize how profitable lyra2v2 has been on nicehash this past week.

Very. And now it's down again, right? Went from 10 euro per day to 5 euro per day.

I thought it was some kind of scheme to lure new users. Cheesy

There was some mystery coin being mined and I could never find out what it was.  At time it was around block 95,000, but no lyra2v2 coins fit the profile.  From what I could tell there was one person paying a very inflated price for a very large hashrate.  Kind of crazy really.
It was no mistery coin it was xvg,someone was using hash from nicehash to atack it(thats the reason behind high payments)but yeah i agree it was nice profit on it while it lasted Grin Also not alot of people knew about that amount of profit

That may have also been happening, but whatever coin I was mining on Nicehash had a block under 100,000.  XVG has over 2 millions blocks
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June 12, 2018, 04:35:51 PM
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It was no mistery coin it was xvg,someone was using hash from nicehash to atack it

XVG is a total shit show but I love it. When it gets pumped I make money from the switching pool. When it gets hacked I make money from rentals. Just got to be careful to never hold any actual coin Cheesy
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