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June 05, 2017, 11:53:46 PM
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The stats are correct but the return is almost always lower on zpool than on the other pools that doesn't autoexchange.

ex:

skein

zpool.ca 24hour    payout per ghash: 0.00449BTC
yiimp.ccminer.org payout per ghash:  0.0062BTC

+38% if you mine on yiimp and exchange your coins yourself.

But zpool is more profitable than the nicehashminer..

Fact i actually test (not speculate)

i've test with multiple rigs had 1070x4 on nicehashminer / another 1070x4 and zpool nemosmier  /and another 4x1070 on nemosminer Mining Pool Hub  

the zpool version is making more every week so i don't believe there is any theft going on my payouts seem to always be correct..

ex:

blake2s

zpool.ca 24hour    payout per ghash: 1.17497BTC  
yiimp.ccminer.org payout per ghash:  0.41053BTC

+186.2%  if you mine on zpool and get paid in btc

zpool blake2s and lyra2v2 are 2x the profitability compared to  yiimp.ccminer.org....

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June 05, 2017, 11:54:12 PM
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Calculators are only calculators, they can be wrong too.

You have multiple cards right? Do a test, point one to yiimp.ccminer.org and second to zpool.ca, both to skein ports, add c=DGB to get payouts in DGB. Let them run and monitor earnings. Which pool wins? I would be very interested to see the results.

Zpool.ca lost the trust of senior miners somewhere in second half of 2016, I hope they have finally fixed those problems.

see old ANN thread, last 10-20 pages or so

To make it even easier:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1260863.2780



so


-o stratum+tcp://yiimp.ccminer.org:4933 -u DLGanQK3j9VzFhqVYKiQmr6Z5SATuAJFMq -p rig1,c= DGB

should work?

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June 06, 2017, 12:06:13 AM
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so

-o stratum+tcp://yiimp.ccminer.org:4933 -u DLGanQK3j9VzFhqVYKiQmr6Z5SATuAJFMq -p rig1,c= DGB

should work?

Yep, backed by epsylon3/ tpruvot. Autoexchange is disabled on that pool.

Zpool.ca is a fork of yiimp, just autoexchange enabled. Everything goes well as long as there are no questions asked.

Let them run and post your results.
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June 06, 2017, 12:16:29 AM
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zpool blake2s and lyra2v2 are 2x the profitability compared to  yiimp.ccminer.org....
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Nemo, you are doing great work to level new nvidia miners profitability. But you still have so much to learn... )))
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June 06, 2017, 01:02:48 AM
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zpool blake2s and lyra2v2 are 2x the profitability compared to  yiimp.ccminer.org....
: )

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Nemo, you are doing great work to level new nvidia miners profitability. But you still have so much to learn... )))

always learning my friend : )

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June 06, 2017, 08:25:01 AM
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Here is more prof:

After 11 days I finally found a LBRY block:

http://zpool.ca/?address=1CTiNJyoUmbdMRACtteRWXhGqtSETYd6Vd

341 LBC is converted to 0.035290 btc

If I had sold them on poloniex. I would have got 0.048081 (+36%)



Keep an eye on that block, see how much you get after exchange. If the problem still exists it will be around .028
assuming no drastic price change.
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The block is cleared after 12 hours and I ended up getting 0.03443614 btc. I had mined on yiimp, and sold the coins myself I would have got 40% more BTC.
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June 06, 2017, 10:40:46 AM
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well, you are wrong.

I took poloniex graph price for 2 weeks behind and looked last 11 days average price(12:00h), it was 0,00010098*, you got 0,00010349

* - that price you'd get if you had mined @ yiimp and sell all @ 12:00h

zpool saves you those 10 minutes and creates orders instead of you

probably you should look what TTF says before choosing what to mine

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June 06, 2017, 01:06:13 PM
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well, you are wrong.
I took poloniex graph price for 2 weeks behind and looked last 11 days average price(12:00h), it was 0,00010098*, you got 0,00010349
* - that price you'd get if you had mined @ yiimp and sell all @ 12:00h
zpool saves you those 10 minutes and creates orders instead of you
probably you should look what TTF says before choosing what to mine

Why do you use the 11 days average average rate? When a block is found I expect the pool to exchange with todays rate right after the block has been confirmed. If I have waited 11 days on yiimp, I still could get todays exchange rate wich is 40% above the payout that I got. zpool's excangerate seems to be 20-30% lower than the market rate always..
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June 06, 2017, 01:41:54 PM
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unfortunately yiimp is down, so I can't tell you how many blocks they find daily, but it was a lot, so you were mining solo, and worst you can do with mining solo is to let a script selling your coins, at least you could use a LBR address for payout...

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June 06, 2017, 08:13:47 PM
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Hash has been added to zpool.ca and the problem is still there. 7 blocks found in the last 12 hours and all of them have a significant lower exchange rate than the marketprice on the exchange.

http://zpool.ca/?address=1CTiNJyoUmbdMRACtteRWXhGqtSETYd6Vd

Look at the last block.

Price on zpool 1 LBC:     0.00009829
Price on poloniex 1 LBC: 0.00011618 (+16%)
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June 06, 2017, 10:43:25 PM
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Hash has been added to zpool.ca and the problem is still there. 7 blocks found in the last 12 hours and all of them have a significant lower exchange rate than the marketprice on the exchange.

http://zpool.ca/?address=1CTiNJyoUmbdMRACtteRWXhGqtSETYd6Vd

Look at the last block.

Price on zpool 1 LBC:     0.00009829
Price on poloniex 1 LBC: 0.00011618 (+16%)


The questions I have on my mind are...

When does zpool exchange?
Is it right after the block is found?
I'm guessing they just use the exact price at the time to get the quikest trade possible.

Which exchange do they use for LBRY?
How does the price compare to Poloniex?

Slightly unrelated but why did you start cranking out LBRY?
And why is the reject rate so high?
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June 07, 2017, 07:11:32 AM
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all the exchange stuff doesn't really matter, you lose 20% as well if you don't exchange at all

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June 07, 2017, 08:59:50 AM
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hey guys..... Make a decision .... xDD
Lose 20% only for conversion?
Or even without converting the coin?
Why do some earn more, and others less using the same system ??
Let me understand well .... sorry but I do not speak English, I think I'm not the only one, for all visitors who read this topic, thank you.
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June 08, 2017, 10:03:43 PM
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I can't comment about the supposed 20%, but can someone explain why their API sometimes shows your totals suddenly decrease for no apparent reason?

eg.

Code:
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00507565, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00507565, ... }
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00508766, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00508766, ... }
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00509738, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00509738, ... }  <----------
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00485334, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00485334, ... }  <----------
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00485701, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00485701, ... }

Those were captured several minutes apart in sequential order.  Why did the total decrease?  Is it because of fees, or...?
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June 08, 2017, 10:22:25 PM
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total = paid + unpaid
unpaid = balance + unsold

unsold fluctuates with market values until sold, this is why the total fluctuates.


I can't comment about the supposed 20%, but can someone explain why their API sometimes shows your totals suddenly decrease for no apparent reason?

eg.

Code:
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00507565, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00507565, ... }
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00508766, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00508766, ... }
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00509738, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00509738, ... }  <----------
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00485334, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00485334, ... }  <----------
{"currency": "BTC", ..., "unpaid": 0.00485701, "paid": 0.00000000, "total": 0.00485701, ... }

Those were captured several minutes apart in sequential order.  Why did the total decrease?  Is it because of fees, or...?
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June 08, 2017, 10:29:14 PM
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total = paid + unpaid
unpaid = balance + unsold

unsold fluctuates with market values until sold, this is why the total fluctuates.

Thanks for the explanation.
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June 16, 2017, 08:04:47 PM
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Did anyone do any testing of this or is still testing? 
 
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June 16, 2017, 09:57:57 PM
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If you only want to mine a single coin and want to get paid in that coin, go with yiimp.  If you want to try and ride the wave of multiple coins to increase your payout, zpool is the best I have found regardless of what is said here.  I am happy with the daily payouts I get with zpool and I don't have to manage it.  They at least match, but usually beat, estimated payouts for mining a single coin.  When I multi coin mine on yiimp I had to create 10+ wallets on various exchanges, then wait for enough coins to amass to be able to sell them.  Then transferring the BTC back incurred another cost.  All of this is handled in bulk by zpool which reduces cost and time.  To duplicate the number of coins available to mine and manage the exchanging of those coins to BTC, requires a significant amount of time without zpool, in order to get the same payout (in my experience).

But in the end, it's your choice what to do.  As my operation gets larger and I dedicate additional time to it, I may move to yiimp and hold coins longer to catch the rises in the market better.  But currently I don't have the time, so zpool provides a very consistent income that I don't have to manage.

Did anyone do any testing of this or is still testing? 
 
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June 16, 2017, 10:54:22 PM
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If you only want to mine a single coin and want to get paid in that coin, go with yiimp.  If you want to try and ride the wave of multiple coins to increase your payout, zpool is the best I have found regardless of what is said here.  I am happy with the daily payouts I get with zpool and I don't have to manage it.  They at least match, but usually beat, estimated payouts for mining a single coin.  When I multi coin mine on yiimp I had to create 10+ wallets on various exchanges, then wait for enough coins to amass to be able to sell them.  Then transferring the BTC back incurred another cost.  All of this is handled in bulk by zpool which reduces cost and time.  To duplicate the number of coins available to mine and manage the exchanging of those coins to BTC, requires a significant amount of time without zpool, in order to get the same payout (in my experience).

But in the end, it's your choice what to do.  As my operation gets larger and I dedicate additional time to it, I may move to yiimp and hold coins longer to catch the rises in the market better.  But currently I don't have the time, so zpool provides a very consistent income that I don't have to manage.

Did anyone do any testing of this or is still testing?  
 

I hear you on the convenience, but I just don't like shady shit.  Be upfront with the fees/costs.  Mining Pool Hub has auto-exchange and can mine multiple coins. They are upfront on exchange fees.

I like the stats and PPS on zpool better since I only have limited mining time each day.  If their info is correct, their profitability seems higher than other pools without much of a reason as to why they are higher that I can tell.

I don't want to mine there for a few days expecting X and getting Y because they are not upfront about exchange fees and I am suckered in with the higher profitability numbers that is why I wanted to see if anyone had given it a try.  
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June 18, 2017, 09:17:05 PM
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The problem with any autoexchange is that you don't get to decide when the coins get sold.  You may have mined them up when the coin was at its peak, but there is no guarantee that the coins get sold instantly after being mined.  The way that altcoin markets move I'd expect there to be a lot of variability as to when the coins actually get sold.  Having them using a trailing average price isn't that unreasonable either.  If you want to be able to execute the best price trades then you need to not use auto-exchange.  Even MPH and other pools that give fee rates for exchange likely don't include price fluctuations.

You are paying for convenience of not having to deal with multiple exchanges and still be able to play some variable algo mining to try and take advantage of those fluctuations.  In fact if it were my exchange and the price tanked on a coin, I might intentionally pay out a perceived value of the coins and try and maximize the profits later.  This might also be why you have such a gap between how much value you have unpaid and what is confirmed.  Maybe I'm wrong, but none of this seems "shady" to me, just not fully transparent.  Unless the system showed you exactly what price you supposedly mined up the coins at versus the price of when those coins were actually sold on the exchange would you know the gap.  The talk here seems to be more about backseat trading when you have the system set on autopilot.  If you think you can trade it better then mine up the coins directly and sell them yourself, that's the only way you can guarantee the prices.

As far as I've seen the payout on zpool.ca is pretty close to what I would expect for my hashrates, but instead of relying on one coin I can mine 15+ depending on the fluctuations.

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