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July 30, 2017, 03:37:43 AM
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So signatum price also destroyed, only worth $0.023 now. Do you guys have alternative ?

Assuming LBRY has a good launch of their app, I feel like the coin has decent upside. Not going to make you rich but nice to mine

DGB seems alright too, although it's path to hitting 10* cents is less clear than LBRY's path to a dollar IMO
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July 30, 2017, 03:49:12 AM
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Hey, i'm not long into the mining business and i have some questions.

I finished my first mining rig with 6x Gtx1080ti 11GB and now i ask myselft, what is the best way to mine.

I found Nicehash, and i really like it that they pay you out directly in BTC.
When you mining directly in a pool for just one currency, for example ETH or Zcash, you have to check the market prices every day and you need to exchange them with fees and a lot of work.
So why not everyone is using nicehash? Do you earn much more money when you mine directly?
And are you switching between the coins manually?
Thanks

Don't mine at Nicehash. Mine at pool and wait for good prices before selling.

Nicehash is good for the "auto" mode, let the rig on and forget about it, a pratical solution.

Mining specific alts demand too much time, reading etc, only few cases worth mining those pump and dump coins.
This is what i do on which i dont really bother myself on setting up things or making the situation more complicated since i can able to mine with use of nicehash. Saves you from hassle and just like that you are being spoonfeed already. Read some words and understand it,just really a simple thing. Usually i do mine coins with low difficulty or which my video card would made a smart mining which coins is being profitable to mine.

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July 31, 2017, 03:14:22 AM
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Guys have u felt the difficulty rising in skein? 1080ti usually make 300-350 dgb per day. Now i can make only about 210dgb per 1080ti. Anyone here using the groestl algo for dgb?
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July 31, 2017, 03:43:03 AM
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Guys have u felt the difficulty rising in skein? 1080ti usually make 300-350 dgb per day. Now i can make only about 210dgb per 1080ti. Anyone here using the groestl algo for dgb?

I'm still seeing ~300/day on digi-skein on miningpoolhub, it's certainly fluctuated more lately though.  Also my hash can vary from 900-1050 with seemingly minor tweaks and if i'd been running a different miner beforehand.
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July 31, 2017, 03:57:56 AM
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Guys have u felt the difficulty rising in skein? 1080ti usually make 300-350 dgb per day. Now i can make only about 210dgb per 1080ti. Anyone here using the groestl algo for dgb?

I'm still seeing ~300/day on digi-skein on miningpoolhub, it's certainly fluctuated more lately though.  Also my hash can vary from 900-1050 with seemingly minor tweaks and if i'd been running a different miner beforehand.

Oh ok, probably there's just something wrong with my setup. Thanks
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July 31, 2017, 04:31:57 AM
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So signatum price also destroyed, only worth $0.023 now. Do you guys have alternative ?

Everyone is profit mining SIGT and dumping it.  What do you expect to happen?  There were tends of thousands of rigs pointed at the coin for a period of time and all of those miners were immediately dumping their coin.

Expect SIGT to stay in the current price range through the first halving unless there's significant movement on the platform or other good news.
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July 31, 2017, 05:03:42 AM
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i sell 75% what i make every day and keep the rest. Just in case. Don't really think that coin has much of future.
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July 31, 2017, 05:08:55 AM
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What is the best algo to use for 1080ti?
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July 31, 2017, 05:28:54 AM
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How profitable is SIGT now compared to Zcash?
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July 31, 2017, 05:37:06 AM
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How profitable is SIGT now compared to Zcash?

getting bout 4.6 USD/day per card for SIGT
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July 31, 2017, 05:38:58 AM
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i still get that error on one of my 1080ti rigs, anyone has an idea how to fix it ?

http://imgur.com/a/6dNf9
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July 31, 2017, 06:00:53 AM
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i still get that error on one of my 1080ti rigs, anyone has an idea how to fix it ?

http://imgur.com/a/6dNf9
Dont Overclock too much
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July 31, 2017, 06:06:53 AM
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i still get that error on one of my 1080ti rigs, anyone has an idea how to fix it ?

http://imgur.com/a/6dNf9
Dont Overclock too much

core +137
MEM 0

I lowered core to +122, lets see
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July 31, 2017, 09:32:54 AM
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People need to be aware that every 1080ti can't do same thing.   I been doing overclocking for almost 10+ years since 6600gt agp.   It can be very annoying example why i can't hit 4 ghz with the core2duo 6750 when the reviewers easily hit 4.1 Ghz.  I just got unlucky with the silicon lottery.  The only product that overclocked good was  the Phenom II 1055t and the 6600GT.   With my collections of 1080 ti I do easily notice the difference.  Some can hit 130+ some can't even get past 90+.

Don't just push it because someone can.  I keep a short test log for groups to speed up the testing time.  It will be annoying if you go away for a while and found out you lost over 8 hours of mining work because of an unstable overclock.
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July 31, 2017, 09:46:05 AM
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People need to be aware that every 1080ti can't do same thing.   I been doing overclocking for almost 10+ years since 6600gt agp.   It can be very annoying example why i can't hit 4 ghz with the core2duo 6750 when the reviewers easily hit 4.1 Ghz.  I just got unlucky with the silicon lottery.  The only product that overclocked good was  the Phenom II 1055t and the 6600GT.   With my collections of 1080 ti I do easily notice the difference.  Some can hit 130+ some can't even get past 90+.

Don't just push it because someone can.  I keep a short test log for groups to speed up the testing time.  It will be annoying if you go away for a while and found out you lost over 8 hours of mining work because of an unstable overclock.

Agreed. To add on, silicon lottery is one factor settings don't work between cards, another factor is the card model. Different GPUs have different factory OCs.

A top of the line card that's +250mhz out of the box can't be expected to do another +200mhz in MSI AB even if Founder edition cards can.
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July 31, 2017, 10:33:07 AM
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And overclocking at this rate of mining value is not worth at all unless you have extreme low temperatures like under the 60 degrees or you will just stress your card for nothing
Overclocking was more worth it when we had bigger gains like 2 months ago when it was 16 - 20 $ per card per day
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July 31, 2017, 01:47:21 PM
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And overclocking at this rate of mining value is not worth at all unless you have extreme low temperatures like under the 60 degrees or you will just stress your card for nothing
Overclocking was more worth it when we had bigger gains like 2 months ago when it was 16 - 20 $ per card per day

So far the Zotac Amp Extreme can do below 60 with OC and at 80%. still hash above 51mh/s

edit: i refer to the mod miner on sigt

but now I hope to see lesser miner to reduce difficulty and also the mine and dump that destroyed the coin now
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July 31, 2017, 02:21:07 PM
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Hey, i'm not long into the mining business and i have some questions.

I finished my first mining rig with 6x Gtx1080ti 11GB and now i ask myselft, what is the best way to mine.

I found Nicehash, and i really like it that they pay you out directly in BTC.
When you mining directly in a pool for just one currency, for example ETH or Zcash, you have to check the market prices every day and you need to exchange them with fees and a lot of work.
So why not everyone is using nicehash? Do you earn much more money when you mine directly?
And are you switching between the coins manually?
Thanks

A few downsides.

- Like you mention, you make less. Nicehash takes a cut for being the middleman.
- I am not 100% sure if nicehash uses the latest, most optimized miner, so another few % slower because of slower miner.
- You can't tweak GPUs to optimal settings, since each algo need different core and mem for best performance and best hash/watt ratio. Using a stable setting for all coins means poor optimization, another 2-5% loss.
- Nicehash may not support the most profitable coins.


In short yes, we earn more by mining ourselves. Sometimes ALOT more, usually 5-10% more.

How you decide what coin you mine directly?
And do you hold the coins or exchange them into btc?
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Hey, i'm not long into the mining business and i have some questions.

I finished my first mining rig with 6x Gtx1080ti 11GB and now i ask myselft, what is the best way to mine.

I found Nicehash, and i really like it that they pay you out directly in BTC.
When you mining directly in a pool for just one currency, for example ETH or Zcash, you have to check the market prices every day and you need to exchange them with fees and a lot of work.
So why not everyone is using nicehash? Do you earn much more money when you mine directly?
And are you switching between the coins manually?
Thanks

A few downsides.

- Like you mention, you make less. Nicehash takes a cut for being the middleman.
- I am not 100% sure if nicehash uses the latest, most optimized miner, so another few % slower because of slower miner.
- You can't tweak GPUs to optimal settings, since each algo need different core and mem for best performance and best hash/watt ratio. Using a stable setting for all coins means poor optimization, another 2-5% loss.
- Nicehash may not support the most profitable coins.


In short yes, we earn more by mining ourselves. Sometimes ALOT more, usually 5-10% more.

How you decide what coin you mine directly?
And do you hold the coins or exchange them into btc?

About the holding, this is the 1Million question, we are looking everyday the market and exchanges, the best option for you will be the coin who gives more profit, couple of days ago I was on Signatum (SIGT), but It's not so good right now because of the low price on market, so I came back to Digibute (DGB).

The best option to explore a lot of coins and dont do the math is Nemominer, the main ALGO will calculate the most profitable coin (Its wrong sometimes) and autoconvert to BTC to deposit on your BTC wallet at some point.

Everytime keep the math close to your RIG, bcs all the time the market is changing and we cant follow all the coins. (unless you have some superpowers)

GODSPEED
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July 31, 2017, 07:16:25 PM
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Hey, i'm not long into the mining business and i have some questions.

I finished my first mining rig with 6x Gtx1080ti 11GB and now i ask myselft, what is the best way to mine.

I found Nicehash, and i really like it that they pay you out directly in BTC.
When you mining directly in a pool for just one currency, for example ETH or Zcash, you have to check the market prices every day and you need to exchange them with fees and a lot of work.
So why not everyone is using nicehash? Do you earn much more money when you mine directly?
And are you switching between the coins manually?
Thanks

A few downsides.

- Like you mention, you make less. Nicehash takes a cut for being the middleman.
- I am not 100% sure if nicehash uses the latest, most optimized miner, so another few % slower because of slower miner.
- You can't tweak GPUs to optimal settings, since each algo need different core and mem for best performance and best hash/watt ratio. Using a stable setting for all coins means poor optimization, another 2-5% loss.
- Nicehash may not support the most profitable coins.


In short yes, we earn more by mining ourselves. Sometimes ALOT more, usually 5-10% more.

How you decide what coin you mine directly?
And do you hold the coins or exchange them into btc?

About the holding, this is the 1Million question, we are looking everyday the market and exchanges, the best option for you will be the coin who gives more profit, couple of days ago I was on Signatum (SIGT), but It's not so good right now because of the low price on market, so I came back to Digibute (DGB).

The best option to explore a lot of coins and dont do the math is Nemominer, the main ALGO will calculate the most profitable coin (Its wrong sometimes) and autoconvert to BTC to deposit on your BTC wallet at some point.

Everytime keep the math close to your RIG, bcs all the time the market is changing and we cant follow all the coins. (unless you have some superpowers)

GODSPEED


With 150 mhs( 1*1070 and 2*1060 ), I mine only 80 DIGIBYTE per day on suprnova, so : 80 * $0.016200 at this moment = 1.29 dollar / day lol
It's very bad, compared to anything !

What about you ?
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