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May 19, 2013, 01:58:04 AM
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I think it has great potential. I just envy it right now because im the only person with 0 nibble and iv chucked 20, 000 hash last hour at it and 4000 before lol. Can I be that unlucky..I think for some readon nibble no liky me ha

http://nibble.scryptmining.com can help you out Smiley

why only stratum?

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May 19, 2013, 01:59:17 AM
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wish it had a better name...I can't see paying for anything with nibbles.

The name is so damn important people.
Yeah because bitcoin and litecoin are really revolutionary names...

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on a pool gettin gonly rejects - going to go ut get a coffee come back and see if i had a nibble !

if not back to WDC lol

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May 19, 2013, 01:59:27 AM
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wish it had a better name...I can't see paying for anything with nibbles.

The name is so damn important people.

I'm sure you said the same thing when you first heard of Google...  It will grow on you.

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May 19, 2013, 02:00:16 AM
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I think it has great potential. I just envy it right now because im the only person with 0 nibble and iv chucked 20, 000 hash last hour at it and 4000 before lol. Can I be that unlucky..I think for some readon nibble no liky me ha

http://nibble.scryptmining.com can help you out Smiley

why only stratum?

mostly just don't feel like running pushpool too, but, its also way more efficient for these super quick blocks.

Profit-Switching Pool w/ Vardiff -> http://hashco.ws  Optionally keep the alts we mine or auto-trade for BTC. In addition can be paid out in any of: 365, AC, BC,  BTC, C2, CINNI, COMM, FAC, HBN, MINT, PMC, QRK, RDD, WC, XBC
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May 19, 2013, 02:01:21 AM
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any advice in my config to fix all the rejects?

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May 19, 2013, 02:01:53 AM
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I think it has great potential. I just envy it right now because im the only person with 0 nibble and iv chucked 20, 000 hash last hour at it and 4000 before lol. Can I be that unlucky..I think for some readon nibble no liky me ha

http://nibble.scryptmining.com can help you out Smiley

why only stratum?

mostly just don't feel like running pushpool too, but, its also way more efficient for these super quick blocks.

I'm trying to run it on cpuminer but I can't connect it at all.. as far as I know it should work with it too. Never had problems with non-stratum pools.

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May 19, 2013, 02:02:23 AM
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F this, I'm going to back to one of the other crap coins.

Will check back when someone has posted, again, how they mined 10000 coins in the first 45 minutes while everyone else gets nothing but orphans. Something is really effed up with these constant alts....


Get your doubloons instead Smiley
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blastbob is this a nibble p2pool or another coin, pirate?coinloot? - -
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May 19, 2013, 02:02:47 AM
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I think it has great potential. I just envy it right now because im the only person with 0 nibble and iv chucked 20, 000 hash last hour at it and 4000 before lol. Can I be that unlucky..I think for some readon nibble no liky me ha

http://nibble.scryptmining.com can help you out Smiley

why only stratum?

mostly just don't feel like running pushpool too, but, its also way more efficient for these super quick blocks.

I'm trying to run it on cpuminer but I can't connect it at all.. as far as I know it should work with it too. Never had problems with non-stratum pools.

try stratum-proxy, will let you proxy non-stratum client to stratum pool

Profit-Switching Pool w/ Vardiff -> http://hashco.ws  Optionally keep the alts we mine or auto-trade for BTC. In addition can be paid out in any of: 365, AC, BC,  BTC, C2, CINNI, COMM, FAC, HBN, MINT, PMC, QRK, RDD, WC, XBC
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May 19, 2013, 02:04:11 AM
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any advice in my config to fix all the rejects?

which client?  Sorry, a little swamped making sure things are running as expected, was hoping someone else could hop on your reject problems  Lips sealed

Profit-Switching Pool w/ Vardiff -> http://hashco.ws  Optionally keep the alts we mine or auto-trade for BTC. In addition can be paid out in any of: 365, AC, BC,  BTC, C2, CINNI, COMM, FAC, HBN, MINT, PMC, QRK, RDD, WC, XBC
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May 19, 2013, 02:04:27 AM
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I've added a new p2pool. With the difficulty increase, it will be useful.

Here are the parameters:

cgminer --scrypt -o next.afraid.org:8118 -u yourNIBaddress -p .

statistics available here: http://next.afraid.org:8118

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p2pool are fast this is the good one...

Now, the coins flow - Everything is fine...
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May 19, 2013, 02:06:11 AM
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couldnt start the client with the -server - will that matter with a pool ? no ?

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May 19, 2013, 02:07:00 AM
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I've added a new p2pool. With the difficulty increase, it will be useful.

Here are the parameters:

cgminer --scrypt -o next.afraid.org:8118 -u yourNIBaddress -p .

statistics available here: http://next.afraid.org:8118

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Im on the payout list but nothing coming through. them blocks getting orphaned?
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May 19, 2013, 02:08:10 AM
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couldnt start the client with the -server - will that matter with a pool ? no ?

which client?  Your wallet client/gui has no impact on mining at the pool.  Mine at the pool via cgminer/bfgminer or other stratum capable scrypt miner.

Profit-Switching Pool w/ Vardiff -> http://hashco.ws  Optionally keep the alts we mine or auto-trade for BTC. In addition can be paid out in any of: 365, AC, BC,  BTC, C2, CINNI, COMM, FAC, HBN, MINT, PMC, QRK, RDD, WC, XBC
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May 19, 2013, 02:08:37 AM
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I've added a new p2pool. With the difficulty increase, it will be useful.

Here are the parameters:

cgminer --scrypt -o next.afraid.org:8118 -u yourNIBaddress -p .

statistics available here: http://next.afraid.org:8118

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2% fee.


p2pool are fast this is the good one...

Now, the coins flow - Everything is fine...
  yep coins flowing  now     payout  is good
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May 19, 2013, 02:09:36 AM
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couldnt start the client with the -server - will that matter with a pool ? no ?

which client?  Your wallet client/gui has no impact on mining at the pool.  Mine at the pool via cgminer/bfgminer or other stratum capable scrypt miner.

ye doing it getting masses of rejects -

i'll give it an hour if my sys does have a coniption .

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May 19, 2013, 02:13:31 AM
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Whats the best time to switch from solo mining to a pool?

You may look at the statistics of the pool, and once it gets a lot of blocks, this is the right time.
pool  payout is fishy at this diff  level u get  says you get 11000  coins per day yet payout is like .00001 lol had that problem with anther pool  smiiming  off the top:)\
KH/s   NIB/Day
1,929    19,868.088
Estimated Per Payout
0.11818946 NIB

Account Balance
0.51444604 NIB  20 minutes Smiley

When using a p2pool,  mined blocks are divided between current users. So, you get a mined block part, and you don't have to flush an account, this is quicker and more effective for a new coin.
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100 more blocks and raise to  16:)
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couldnt start the client with the -server - will that matter with a pool ? no ?

which client?  Your wallet client/gui has no impact on mining at the pool.  Mine at the pool via cgminer/bfgminer or other stratum capable scrypt miner.

ye doing it getting masses of rejects -

i'll give it an hour if my sys does have a coniption .

Ok, will ask one last time, which client? Smiley

may want to try adjusting ScanTime to 1-2s, or other tweaks for quick blocks.

Profit-Switching Pool w/ Vardiff -> http://hashco.ws  Optionally keep the alts we mine or auto-trade for BTC. In addition can be paid out in any of: 365, AC, BC,  BTC, C2, CINNI, COMM, FAC, HBN, MINT, PMC, QRK, RDD, WC, XBC
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Whats the best time to switch from solo mining to a pool?

You may look at the statistics of the pool, and once it gets a lot of blocks, this is the right time.
pool  payout is fishy at this diff  level u get  says you get 11000  coins per day yet payout is like .00001 lol had that problem with anther pool  smiiming  off the top:)\
KH/s   NIB/Day
1,929    19,868.088
Estimated Per Payout
0.11818946 NIB

Account Balance
0.51444604 NIB  20 minutes Smiley

When using a p2pool,  mined blocks are divided between current users. So, you get a mined block part, and you don't have to flush an account, this is quicker and more effective for a new coin.

When using a p2pool,  mined blocks are divided between current users  why in your pool they are not divided?Smiley
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May 19, 2013, 02:17:39 AM
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couldnt start the client with the -server - will that matter with a pool ? no ?

which client?  Your wallet client/gui has no impact on mining at the pool.  Mine at the pool via cgminer/bfgminer or other stratum capable scrypt miner.

ye doing it getting masses of rejects -

i'll give it an hour if my sys does have a coniption .

Ok, will ask one last time, which client? Smiley

may want to try adjusting ScanTime to 1-2s, or other tweaks for quick blocks.

soprry friend CGminer - using a conf - yeah that's what i don't know "the öther tweaks for quick blocks"

pool owner I will donate more if you help me , Cheers.

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