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Author Topic: [ANN][DGC] Digitalcoin | Multi-algo & Masternodes | Established 2013  (Read 501141 times)
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May 22, 2013, 11:47:25 PM
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Isn't there an exchange picking it up soon?

Hope not.  Don't want all the defective miners over at WDC to flock over here.  I want to mine as much as I can while the diff is still low.   Grin

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agreed. I am solo mining about 5400khash/sec right now...found 4 blocks in the last 90 mins. I think that's a better way to go at this diff level than pool right now. I could be wrong, as I haven't done the math. At least I get all the blocks I find though!

I am also happy that this coin isn't on an exchange yet. It seems like once it's on coinchoose, EVERYBODY and their mom shows up and mines the crap out of it--and the difficulty skyrockets.  Let's mine a bit before that happens Smiley

I got similar hashrate so I'm going to try solo tonight.  My hashrate fluctuate about 40% on turbocoin.  Not sure if this is normal for this pool but I'm watching my miners and they are steady.

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May 22, 2013, 11:53:51 PM
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Solo mining is my part  Grin. There shouldn't be any issues with it at all. The nature of the network distributes blocks very nicely.

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May 22, 2013, 11:55:43 PM
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I got similar hashrate so I'm going to try solo tonight.  My hashrate fluctuate about 40% on turbocoin.  Not sure if this is normal for this pool but I'm watching my miners and they are steady.

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It has to do with our load balancing server, I need to average the rate out over a longer period of time to become more exact. We can only calculate based on the submitted shares per minute.
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May 22, 2013, 11:58:53 PM
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I am having the best look with a p2pool myself. Though I often solo mine.
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May 23, 2013, 12:00:02 AM
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Walt, it's not an issue, the network can handle it. I want distribution for node reasons.


ZeRo, use one of the p2pools if your hash rate is okay.

I will ... i'm at work know and connected to my home pc's thru Team Viewer ... i'll switch when home later

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May 23, 2013, 12:04:20 AM
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I'm stuck on another chain YET AGAIN

Estimated total blocks: 29838

Maybe FTC or FRC? It's not DGC, either way.

This is getting really silly... I can't solo mine since the client keeps flipping to a parallel universe, and it's near impossible to pick out which pool to use based on all of the complaints about underpayments and reliability.
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May 23, 2013, 12:07:50 AM
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I'm stuck on another chain YET AGAIN

Estimated total blocks: 29838

Maybe FTC or FRC? It's not DGC, either way.

This is getting really silly... I can't solo mine since the client keeps flipping to a parallel universe, and it's near impossible to pick out which pool to use based on all of the complaints about underpayments and reliability.

I just switched to solo and got a block after 10 minutes.   Grin

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May 23, 2013, 12:10:46 AM
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Haha just noticed this....I have no idea who digi.cryptcoins.net is, but has nothing to do with me or scryptmining.com Smiley

Hopefully he has better luck than I have at running his pool though! Sad

I've been using http://next.afraid.org:8119/static/ with great success, fast and reliable.

This one:  http://next.afraid.org:8119/static/  works well in my case. It has a high bandwidth too.

Reliability is the key to get a good pool...

Are you serious?  Your reputation just went out the window.. I don't run http://dgc.scryptmining.com.  Do you just make stuff up?
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May 23, 2013, 12:11:06 AM
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I'm stuck on another chain YET AGAIN

Estimated total blocks: 29838

Maybe FTC or FRC? It's not DGC, either way.

This is getting really silly... I can't solo mine since the client keeps flipping to a parallel universe, and it's near impossible to pick out which pool to use based on all of the complaints about underpayments and reliability.

Follow the troubleshooting guide, forward port 7999, add all the new connections in the first post.

We have a unique genesis block and port, so that's all that can be done at this point.

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May 23, 2013, 12:16:20 AM
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I was on fenican pool and switched to the France one... Just found a block as writing Smiley

 I was wondering if a free vps could be enough to host a p2p pool?

maybe could set up a node in North America...

What goes around comes around...
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May 23, 2013, 12:21:45 AM
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You need to change your post, i don't appreciate you listing my pool as a scam (http://digi.cryptcoins.net)  And I have no Idea who is the owner of the other pool.
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May 23, 2013, 12:22:39 AM
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I'm stuck on another chain YET AGAIN

Estimated total blocks: 29838

Maybe FTC or FRC? It's not DGC, either way.

This is getting really silly... I can't solo mine since the client keeps flipping to a parallel universe, and it's near impossible to pick out which pool to use based on all of the complaints about underpayments and reliability.

Follow the troubleshooting guide, forward port 7999, add all the new connections in the first post.

We have a unique genesis block and port, so that's all that can be done at this point.

I've already followed the troubleshooting guide, but it's still happening. There doesn't seem to be much practical difference between deleting and recreating the blockchain versus just quitting and restarting the client... in both instances things start working again, but the client eventually locks onto a longer chain.

I've been using bitcoin for a couple of years, and have recently participated in early mining on several other new coins (eg MNC, CNC, ELC, PWC). Digitalcoin is the only client that has ever wandered over to another chain.
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May 23, 2013, 12:23:29 AM
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Who wants to jump on my flash bang? lol

http://www.bitgrenade.net/?coin_display=6

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May 23, 2013, 12:24:33 AM
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almightyruler, it seems to happen only to a select few. It shouldn't be possible theoretically, I am trying to find out the cause, no one I know seems to be able to give an answer actually. Maybe you can solve it for me Smiley

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May 23, 2013, 12:27:15 AM
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almightyruler, it seems to happen only to a select few. It shouldn't be possible theoretically, I am trying to find out the cause, no one I know seems to be able to give an answer actually. Maybe you can solve it for me Smiley

I'm getting the same thing,,, keep getting out of sync and it says I have to download the whole block chain again... just restarting the client works to fix it.

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May 23, 2013, 12:29:17 AM
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Make 30 Digital Coins by jumping on the flash bang at bitgrenade

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May 23, 2013, 12:30:00 AM
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Someone messaged me that clearing DNS cache and using new files except for wallet fixed the problem for them.


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May 23, 2013, 12:30:57 AM
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I was on fenican pool and switched to the France one... Just found a block as writing Smiley

 I was wondering if a free vps could be enough to host a p2p pool?

maybe could set up a node in North America...

I've got a linux machine in the middle of the USA, so it would be a decent ping to both coasts. Does anyone know how much bandwidth setting up a p2p pool actually takes? I'd take a crack at it if it isn't overwhelming.

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May 23, 2013, 12:31:48 AM
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http://digi.cryptcoins.net/ same like dgc pool waisted 2 days for half of reward. Switched to digi.cryptcoins.net/ last night around 1:00 AM by 8 -9 AM had already 200 DGC on pace for 600 and until 3:30 pm another 50 DGC ... that it for me ... wish i knew how to solo mine Sad

Trying digitalcoinpool  now but no stratum ... will see

I've recently lowered Pool fee and tweaked the payout to add 3 coins to the block reward calculation for paying for share ratio to total ratio.. Now i'm loosing coins.. i don't know what else to tell you.. its working ok.  I'm personally fed up with the pplns system and I'll rewrite the code for future pools to be pay per block reward by share ratio to total shares per block.
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May 23, 2013, 12:35:34 AM
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I have set up a smaller North America p2pool server for miners.  Would ask that only folks with 2 mh/s or less attach:

http://107.20.222.119:9500/static/

Larger miners should attach to my other pool.  This one is on a lower capacity server so major mining may blow it up
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