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September 21, 2017, 06:51:17 PM
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in the real world this coin just lost 50 % in value,

but we are in disneyland and the price per coin just went up a bit.

Nothing actually happened to the supply, just one website's accounting of it.

It's only half as undervalued as one would have thought by glancing at it on that site, but that still leaves it incredibly undervalued.

I don't understand what you two are saying, could you explain this to me  ?

I'm saying his statement would only be true if the supply of coins had actually doubled. Since that did not happen, the value did not change.

What I was saying was that if you were taking the previous (false) coin supply numbers reported by coinmarketcap at face value, then it would appear that the coin went down in value. But even if that were the case, it's still very undervalued.

For example; compare the market cap of ~4M to ZCash's ~400M. Even if you think 1 HUSH is only worth, say, 1/10th what 1 ZEC is worth, then 1 HUSH is still worth 10x its current price, as opposed to the previously perceived 20x.
OK seems rational, at least far more than what i understood. Anyway i agree with you.
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September 21, 2017, 06:58:45 PM
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Live stats for hush can be seen at http://myhush.network/stats.html   


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September 22, 2017, 02:31:58 AM
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Hello
i was reading now about a project called Zencash
what are the difference between zencash and hush?

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September 22, 2017, 02:45:07 AM
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I like the look of this project, will be keeping an eye on this one, see how things develop.  I just spent about 10 minutes reading about people getting confused about coinmarketcap reporting the total supply wrong.  Was an interesting read Wink

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September 22, 2017, 02:52:51 AM
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I've been looking forward to your project. Where can I join you in the ICO?
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September 22, 2017, 07:32:09 AM
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I've been looking forward to your project. Where can I join you in the ICO?

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September 22, 2017, 07:37:17 PM
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Live stats for hush can be seen at http://myhush.network/stats.html   



Thank you for putting the circulating supply up there. HUSH has been one of my favorite coins to follow.



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September 23, 2017, 11:58:07 AM
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Pointed my rig to mine Hush Grin
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September 23, 2017, 01:23:17 PM
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When can we expect for HUSH to come on more exchanges?




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September 23, 2017, 02:46:05 PM
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New pool
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Site: http://hush.baikalmine.ru/
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September 23, 2017, 02:58:26 PM
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New pool
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Site: http://hush.baikalmine.ru/

Hello @DeadMan93,

Thanks for your support.

Your pool has been added to our website and ANN.
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September 24, 2017, 01:39:07 AM
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Hey guys,

I'm new to cryptoworld and decided to support Hush...
I just finished my nomp based Hush Pool (I need more hash to test and setup via fresh new domain name) Smiley

Pool fee: 0.1%

http://88.253.8.58:8080/

stratum+tcp://88.253.8.58:3032

user: wallet
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http://www.pcmining.xyz   | 1% pool fee...
BitcoinZ & Hush & LitecoinZ & SnowGem & VoteCoin & ZelCash
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September 25, 2017, 05:30:46 AM
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Pointed my rig to mine Hush Grin

I've also pointed my 1900 sols/s. I like the way, that this coins is more profitable to mine than any other dominant ones. With my rig I get approx. 8$/day, while ether would give about 4.5$/day + expectations after POS, however, we can also expect that HUSH will hit 20$/HUSH soon.

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September 25, 2017, 06:34:57 AM
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I've been mining hush for a while now (probably 2 months-ish), both at hushpool.cloud and at madmining.club, and I've noticed my payouts are consistently around 25 or 30% less than what I'm seeing on whattomine.com.

I have about 1k Sol/s, and according to whattomine I should be getting 2.2/day and instead I got 1.7. When the difficulty was lower and I was supposed to be getting 3.5 or 4, I was getting 2.5 to 3, etc.

When I was mining on hushpool.cloud I would look at the stats and the pool luck was always at -30% over the previous 4 days (or 7 or whatever the number it was using for the average)

At madmining I don't see the actual luck, just the calculated luck (what it should be getting) but I assume it is also getting bad luck.

What gives? Is this what you would expect to see happening if someone was doing a 51% attack? I understand bad luck can happen for any given day or even a period of days on a fluke, but consistently over this long a time frame? Seems like something is up.
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September 25, 2017, 07:21:27 AM
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I've been mining hush for a while now (probably 2 months-ish), both at hushpool.cloud and at madmining.club, and I've noticed my payouts are consistently around 25 or 30% less than what I'm seeing on whattomine.com.

I have about 1k Sol/s, and according to whattomine I should be getting 2.2/day and instead I got 1.7. When the difficulty was lower and I was supposed to be getting 3.5 or 4, I was getting 2.5 to 3, etc.

When I was mining on hushpool.cloud I would look at the stats and the pool luck was always at -30% over the previous 4 days (or 7 or whatever the number it was using for the average)

At madmining I don't see the actual luck, just the calculated luck (what it should be getting) but I assume it is also getting bad luck.

What gives? Is this what you would expect to see happening if someone was doing a 51% attack? I understand bad luck can happen for any given day or even a period of days on a fluke, but consistently over this long a time frame? Seems like something is up.

Try hushmine.pro i’ve been more than satisfied with the payouts here & the numbers always add up between other miners
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September 25, 2017, 07:56:08 AM
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Well switching pools is a possible option, but I'm more curious if anyone has noticed the same thing; and if maybe madbuda could comment on his pool's actual luck; and/or if anyone has, or knows where to see, all the statistics of pool vs. network hashrate, and actual vs. expected blocks found across multiple pools over time, to be able to see if there really is something up.
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September 25, 2017, 11:43:42 AM
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What do you guys reckon - will HUSH get to 10m market cap this year?

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September 25, 2017, 04:08:57 PM
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I've been mining hush for a while now (probably 2 months-ish), both at hushpool.cloud and at madmining.club, and I've noticed my payouts are consistently around 25 or 30% less than what I'm seeing on whattomine.com.

I have about 1k Sol/s, and according to whattomine I should be getting 2.2/day and instead I got 1.7. When the difficulty was lower and I was supposed to be getting 3.5 or 4, I was getting 2.5 to 3, etc.

When I was mining on hushpool.cloud I would look at the stats and the pool luck was always at -30% over the previous 4 days (or 7 or whatever the number it was using for the average)

At madmining I don't see the actual luck, just the calculated luck (what it should be getting) but I assume it is also getting bad luck.

What gives? Is this what you would expect to see happening if someone was doing a 51% attack? I understand bad luck can happen for any given day or even a period of days on a fluke, but consistently over this long a time frame? Seems like something is up.

What to mine is a point in time estimate based off a moving average I believe. Hush having a small network hashrate can have large swings in difficulty throughout the day. A large miner or private pool points to hush and say has 1MSol/s (roughly 25-50% network hashrate) for 20 or so blocks then moves to another algo while we are left having to deal with a high difficulty for a few hours.

This can skew earning a lot... This happens to other coins but if you look at zcash 350MSol/s 1MSol/s miner will not make a huge impact on the network like it will to hush with 3.hMsol/s

So, while yes whattomine cannot give a good estimate you should be close when you look at 7+ days

A good gauge is to look at shares per block, with our current hashrate I would expect most to be under 100k shares https://madmining.club/blocks you can see we had 3 well over that. This is a combination of luck and swings in difficulty (which you can see here http://myhush.network/stats.html )

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September 25, 2017, 05:10:36 PM
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I've been mining hush for a while now (probably 2 months-ish), both at hushpool.cloud and at madmining.club, and I've noticed my payouts are consistently around 25 or 30% less than what I'm seeing on whattomine.com.

I have about 1k Sol/s, and according to whattomine I should be getting 2.2/day and instead I got 1.7. When the difficulty was lower and I was supposed to be getting 3.5 or 4, I was getting 2.5 to 3, etc.

When I was mining on hushpool.cloud I would look at the stats and the pool luck was always at -30% over the previous 4 days (or 7 or whatever the number it was using for the average)

At madmining I don't see the actual luck, just the calculated luck (what it should be getting) but I assume it is also getting bad luck.

What gives? Is this what you would expect to see happening if someone was doing a 51% attack? I understand bad luck can happen for any given day or even a period of days on a fluke, but consistently over this long a time frame? Seems like something is up.

What to mine is a point in time estimate based off a moving average I believe. Hush having a small network hashrate can have large swings in difficulty throughout the day. A large miner or private pool points to hush and say has 1MSol/s (roughly 25-50% network hashrate) for 20 or so blocks then moves to another algo while we are left having to deal with a high difficulty for a few hours.

This can skew earning a lot... This happens to other coins but if you look at zcash 350MSol/s 1MSol/s miner will not make a huge impact on the network like it will to hush with 3.hMsol/s

So, while yes whattomine cannot give a good estimate you should be close when you look at 7+ days

A good gauge is to look at shares per block, with our current hashrate I would expect most to be under 100k shares https://madmining.club/blocks you can see we had 3 well over that. This is a combination of luck and swings in difficulty (which you can see here http://myhush.network/stats.html )

Thanks for the response. That could explain what's happening, but is there any way to tell? That link you provided only shows a blank page for me, with tabs at the top.

But if you or someone has a server with all the stats (total diff, hash rate per pool, and blocks found) over a period of a few weeks or a month or whatever, you should be able to check exactly the actual vs expected luck for each pool right? I'm not sure how trivial that would be but I assume there must be tools that could parse and analyze that data for the relevant stats.
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September 25, 2017, 06:37:25 PM
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I've been mining hush for a while now (probably 2 months-ish), both at hushpool.cloud and at madmining.club, and I've noticed my payouts are consistently around 25 or 30% less than what I'm seeing on whattomine.com.

I have about 1k Sol/s, and according to whattomine I should be getting 2.2/day and instead I got 1.7. When the difficulty was lower and I was supposed to be getting 3.5 or 4, I was getting 2.5 to 3, etc.

When I was mining on hushpool.cloud I would look at the stats and the pool luck was always at -30% over the previous 4 days (or 7 or whatever the number it was using for the average)

At madmining I don't see the actual luck, just the calculated luck (what it should be getting) but I assume it is also getting bad luck.

What gives? Is this what you would expect to see happening if someone was doing a 51% attack? I understand bad luck can happen for any given day or even a period of days on a fluke, but consistently over this long a time frame? Seems like something is up.

What to mine is a point in time estimate based off a moving average I believe. Hush having a small network hashrate can have large swings in difficulty throughout the day. A large miner or private pool points to hush and say has 1MSol/s (roughly 25-50% network hashrate) for 20 or so blocks then moves to another algo while we are left having to deal with a high difficulty for a few hours.

This can skew earning a lot... This happens to other coins but if you look at zcash 350MSol/s 1MSol/s miner will not make a huge impact on the network like it will to hush with 3.hMsol/s

So, while yes whattomine cannot give a good estimate you should be close when you look at 7+ days

A good gauge is to look at shares per block, with our current hashrate I would expect most to be under 100k shares https://madmining.club/blocks you can see we had 3 well over that. This is a combination of luck and swings in difficulty (which you can see here http://myhush.network/stats.html )

Thanks for the response. That could explain what's happening, but is there any way to tell? That link you provided only shows a blank page for me, with tabs at the top.

But if you or someone has a server with all the stats (total diff, hash rate per pool, and blocks found) over a period of a few weeks or a month or whatever, you should be able to check exactly the actual vs expected luck for each pool right? I'm not sure how trivial that would be but I assume there must be tools that could parse and analyze that data for the relevant stats.

Try disabling add blocker, I've also had some people say they couldn't view the site on mobile... I'm looking into it.

As far as pool stats, we could once we are aware off all the pools/ all pools modify their stratum code to include a unique hex value when mining a block.  Not all pools do this, and some private pools intentionally do not

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