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June 13, 2014, 06:47:43 PM
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I would appreciate it if you could tell me what I could expect to pull n on a 4 GPU R9-270 rig with this coin? I pay .18 for Electric so times are tough on my rig right now


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June 13, 2014, 07:09:18 PM
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I would appreciate it if you could tell me what I could expect to pull n on a 4 GPU R9-270 rig with this coin? I pay .18 for Electric so times are tough on my rig right now



If they're all 4GB cards, maybe 800 YAC per day?  If they aren't 4GB cards, YAC is probably not going to be the best choice for you.  Give a visit to http://whattomine.com and put in the hash rates you get for each algorithm - fredeq is pretty accurate on what is most profitable to mine.  I find each to be higher than actual payout, when you compare them to each other it's moot if they're all slightly high.

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June 13, 2014, 07:25:32 PM
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I would appreciate it if you could tell me what I could expect to pull n on a 4 GPU R9-270 rig with this coin? I pay .18 for Electric so times are tough on my rig right now



If they're all 4GB cards, maybe 800 YAC per day?  If they aren't 4GB cards, YAC is probably not going to be the best choice for you.  Give a visit to http://whattomine.com and put in the hash rates you get for each algorithm - fredeq is pretty accurate on what is most profitable to mine.  I find each to be higher than actual payout, when you compare them to each other it's moot if they're all slightly high.

Thx for the reply TB. I have been using whattomine but cannot find Yacoin on it. And no they are 2g cards so no Yacoin for me. Sad

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June 13, 2014, 07:38:09 PM
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I would appreciate it if you could tell me what I could expect to pull n on a 4 GPU R9-270 rig with this coin? I pay .18 for Electric so times are tough on my rig right now



If they're all 4GB cards, maybe 800 YAC per day?  If they aren't 4GB cards, YAC is probably not going to be the best choice for you.  Give a visit to http://whattomine.com and put in the hash rates you get for each algorithm - fredeq is pretty accurate on what is most profitable to mine.  I find each to be higher than actual payout, when you compare them to each other it's moot if they're all slightly high.

Thx for the reply TB. I have been using whattomine but cannot find Yacoin on it. And no they are 2g cards so no Yacoin for me. Sad

YACoin is on there - you have to select and enter an NFactor 15 hashrate.  YAC is at the top for one of my rigs at 500+% profitability of Litecoin Smiley  It's third for my other rig, but still over 300%.

It's doable with 2GB cards, but the hashrate is going to be sub 1KH/sec.  Granted, it will be using a lot less power than anything else at that point as your card is memory bound in a big way and will only be using about 33% of the shaders (1280 shaders into 2GB = *sadface*). 

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June 13, 2014, 07:48:59 PM
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no Yacoin for me. Sad

 Another option is to buy some Yacoin on an exchange (VERY low cost right now) and enable stake minting if you have an old computer laying around. You'll earn YAC interest with basically no additional power usage.
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June 13, 2014, 08:04:51 PM
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no Yacoin for me. Sad

 Another option is to buy some Yacoin on an exchange (VERY low cost right now) and enable stake minting if you have an old computer laying around. You'll earn YAC interest with basically no additional power usage.

Just point it at the R9 270 2GB YACoin multipool... ok that doesn't exist YET, but that is what I want to say Smiley I just posted about it in forums.yacoin.org

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June 13, 2014, 10:46:43 PM
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I would appreciate it if you could tell me what I could expect to pull n on a 4 GPU R9-270 rig with this coin? I pay .18 for Electric so times are tough on my rig right now



If they're all 4GB cards, maybe 800 YAC per day?  If they aren't 4GB cards, YAC is probably not going to be the best choice for you.  Give a visit to http://whattomine.com and put in the hash rates you get for each algorithm - fredeq is pretty accurate on what is most profitable to mine.  I find each to be higher than actual payout, when you compare them to each other it's moot if they're all slightly high.

Thx for the reply TB. I have been using whattomine but cannot find Yacoin on it. And no they are 2g cards so no Yacoin for me. Sad

YACoin is on there - you have to select and enter an NFactor 15 hashrate.  YAC is at the top for one of my rigs at 500+% profitability of Litecoin Smiley  It's third for my other rig, but still over 300%.

It's doable with 2GB cards, but the hashrate is going to be sub 1KH/sec.  Granted, it will be using a lot less power than anything else at that point as your card is memory bound in a big way and will only be using about 33% of the shaders (1280 shaders into 2GB = *sadface*).  

Yep that's pretty horrible! Smiley

I tried CPU mining this coin a few months back but not making anything. I think I made about .1 after a week.

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no Yacoin for me. Sad

 Another option is to buy some Yacoin on an exchange (VERY low cost right now) and enable stake minting if you have an old computer laying around. You'll earn YAC interest with basically no additional power usage.

Not a bad idea, I really like the ASIC proof of this coin and It should catch on once people realize that X11 and X13 are not. But all my V-Coin play money is tied up in NOBL right now and it's too low to cash out any ATM.

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no Yacoin for me. Sad

 Another option is to buy some Yacoin on an exchange (VERY low cost right now) and enable stake minting if you have an old computer laying around. You'll earn YAC interest with basically no additional power usage.

Just point it at the R9 270 2GB YACoin multipool... ok that doesn't exist YET, but that is what I want to say Smiley I just posted about it in forums.yacoin.org

Rotflmfao, I hear ya! Tongue

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June 15, 2014, 04:57:19 AM
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jajajaja I dont like it when you are right.

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Why do so many people not like profit? I'm going to research what is the most profitable CPU-friendly coin with my i7-3770S and lowwww-end pentium G3220...

To add insult to injury... I found the very first block after the difficulty dropped to 499...


you're a good guy, regardless of what the whole UTC community says Wink

Do you mind if I ask what kind of cards you're using there?

Sapphire R7 240 4GB

Ah that makes sense, thanks! Have the 2GB version and can't get past ~610 h/s. Sending a bit of YAC your way




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June 17, 2014, 06:18:29 PM
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Thanks everyone for the meme contest finalist position. I'll use the coins for good of the community in one way or another.
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June 22, 2014, 03:21:50 AM
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Groko's been doing some work on the POS miner through the YACoin client.  Looks like he found a world around to some of the long-term concerns.  I thought I would share the link here to increase awareness.  I believe he recently made a pull request to have this items added to the sourcecode.

http://yacointalk.grokonet.com/t/pos-mining-performance-boost/67


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June 23, 2014, 05:01:24 AM
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YACoin has been added to AllCrypt.com!

AllCrypt.com - Your new CryptoCurrency Exchange Now Open! www.AllCrypt.com
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June 24, 2014, 03:14:23 AM
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Just noticed the upcoming improvement in client and POS performance/handling. Thank you for the good work.  Smiley

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YACoin has been added to AllCrypt.com!

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Why you decide to add a coin which 1 year old
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June 24, 2014, 03:24:38 AM
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YACoin has been added to AllCrypt.com!

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Why you decide to add a coin which 1 year old

OMY, why should they support adding coins that prove stable, have a history, and are resilient?  You want scam coin of the week?  sorry, not going to find that in this thread Mr. 1 poster..

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June 24, 2014, 02:34:48 PM
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Groko's been doing some work on the POS miner through the YACoin client.  Looks like he found a world around to some of the long-term concerns.  I thought I would share the link here to increase awareness.  I believe he recently made a pull request to have this items added to the sourcecode.

http://yacointalk.grokonet.com/t/pos-mining-performance-boost/67

More excellent additions by Groko! Well need some community consensus on this, so everyone that can, please provide your opinion.
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Good coin, count me in.

Great to hear!
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June 24, 2014, 04:32:08 PM
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YACoin has been added to AllCrypt.com!

Excellent, will add you as exchange on yacoin.org
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June 24, 2014, 05:47:33 PM
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I am not savvy enough to warp my mind around the combine feature, so I am a little lost in the technical details.

"The old rules were designed for a paradigm that no longer
exists for YACoin. POS blocks are no longer expected to
completely replace POW blocks in some utopia of energy
efficiency. There is no longer any need to split coins into
tiny pieces in order to generate large numbers of POS blocks
in order to 'secure the network'"

I absolutely completely agree with Groko in this statement above. And it is annoying that I have to constantly monitor my transactions and use coin control to manage the smaller inputs creating from splitting after a POS block. I was actually thinking about that recently before I read Groko's thread.

It seems like this update won't even be a 'fork'. There is no risk of any issue if let's say cryptsy doesn't update their wallet. It is just a matter of optimizing POS without having to fiddle with coin control all the time? Sounds like a fantastic improvement and yet another feature that will surely be copied by other POS-POW hybrid coins.

I can't wait to update my wallet with this feature soon. Thank you so much.

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June 24, 2014, 09:39:01 PM
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Interesting...need to get back into yac mining, don't have any suitable gpu yet. :/
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June 25, 2014, 12:48:52 AM
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A few people told me to check YACoin again to add to CPU Coin List since the difficulty made GPU mining much harder. Is that true?

I tried to check the HW stats on wiki but wiki is dead.

Is there an up-to-date list of GPU has rates?
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