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Author Topic: [ANN][DGC] Digitalcoin | Multi-algo & Masternodes | Established 2013  (Read 500958 times)
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May 23, 2013, 12:45:22 PM
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I just transferred 100 coins over - they were available within a couple of minute.
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May 23, 2013, 12:46:04 PM
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Here is the transaction that is not showing up on my cryptsy account.  Please be extremely cautious sending coins to that site

http://dgc.p2pool.nl/tx/49c6282f49adcccde459777d4b96279dc12f5c280118c19b2bc7626a6793b9ba#o1
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May 23, 2013, 12:47:27 PM
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I just transferred 100 coins over - they were available within a couple of minute.

How much you selling yours for?

People seem to want them for nothing no cryptsy shame there not on bter or btce.
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May 23, 2013, 12:47:48 PM
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Seems I've hit the limit with the block explorer, too many records to display.
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May 23, 2013, 12:48:13 PM
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BTCs Deposit to Cryptsy is taking forever.    Sad

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May 23, 2013, 12:48:25 PM
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I just transferred 100 coins over - they were available within a couple of minute.

How much you selling yours for?

People seem to want them for nothing no cryptsy shame there not on bter or btce.

My sell is @ .002 - testing the waters.
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May 23, 2013, 12:53:36 PM
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It's getting quite slow over there...  Roll Eyes
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May 23, 2013, 12:54:23 PM
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I just transferred 100 coins over - they were available within a couple of minute.

How much you selling yours for?

People seem to want them for nothing no cryptsy shame there not on bter or btce.

My sell is @ .002 - testing the waters.

yes I not really wanting to sell into them 0.0005 orders
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May 23, 2013, 12:56:10 PM
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update-23-05-2013

pushpool
http://digi.cryptcoins.net | 1% | stratum | King Of Prussia, PA, United States (Verizon)
http://dgc.turbocoin.us | 1% | stratum | Mount Carroll, IL, United States (Comcast)
http://digitalcoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | Nuremberg , Germany (HETZNER)
http://digicoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | San Antonio, TX, United States (Rackspace)

p2pool
http://pool.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Paris, France (kimsufi/OVH)
http://poolnl.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Amsterdam, Netherlands (LeaseWeb)
http://p2pool.dsync.net:21111 | 0% | Yaphank, NY, United States (Optimum)
http://94.181.201.244:24397 | 0% | Kirov, Russian Federation (ER-Telecom)
http://crypto-coins.de:8907 | 1% | Dusseldorf, Germany (myLoc)
http://next.afraid.org:8119 | 2% | Paris, France (Free)
http://54.227.253.120:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)
http://107.20.222.119:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)

There are some good p2pool's here but they are not peers to each other therefore defeating the
principle of a peer 2 peer mining pool.

Any idea's on how to resolve this?

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May 23, 2013, 12:59:06 PM
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DGC seems to be great currency and i think it has a huge potential to became one of the major digital currencies. Developer is doing a great job. Wink Keep it that way.



I want to say that I am mining DGC from the beginning and i have tried almost all of these pools, but the best for me is http://crypto-coins.de:8907/static/ (I am located in EU). The reward was great (even more than i expected Shocked Smiley). Its a pity that hash rate is only ~24MH/s. But after giving a try to that server located in France i have decided to get back to schnebi's pool. I hope more EU miners will come :-)

On other pools i have weird payouts, sometimes i did not get paid for blocks, or reward was 50% lower then was from block found 5 minuts ago, even the fact i was still mining. It happend to me 2 times that my DGC address just dissapeared from payout list after receiving a payment few minutes ago and still mining.

Last thing i want to say is that you should buy those grenaders Grin http://www.bitgrenade.net/?coin_display=6

Hell, I'm in the US and I mine on this pool because it is the only pool I've found that gives consistently good rewards. I'm making 2 coins per block mining 2.1 MHs, and we solve between 5 and 10 blocks per hour depending on luck. It has been extremely consistent, although there was some down-time in the past when we were getting 20-30 blocks an hour with higher hashes.

Seems like your compliments are having success...  Wink Pool hashrate just raised for more than 20% in the last 30 minutes
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May 23, 2013, 01:08:49 PM
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I think all the DGC volume crashed cryptsy the site is loading like a snail in cement
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May 23, 2013, 01:10:21 PM
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I think all the DGC volume crashed cryptsy the site is loading like a snail in cement

First time on the site and I have to say it sucks.

There is one sale every 10mins and lots and lots of lag.
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May 23, 2013, 01:11:41 PM
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I think all the DGC volume crashed cryptsy the site is loading like a snail in cement

First time on the site and I have to say it sucks.

There is one sale every 10mins and lots and lots of lag.

Time for Cryptsy to move the server off his laptop...
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May 23, 2013, 01:13:20 PM
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update-23-05-2013

pushpool
http://digi.cryptcoins.net | 1% | stratum | King Of Prussia, PA, United States (Verizon)
http://dgc.turbocoin.us | 1% | stratum | Mount Carroll, IL, United States (Comcast)
http://digitalcoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | Nuremberg , Germany (HETZNER)
http://digicoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | San Antonio, TX, United States (Rackspace)

p2pool
http://pool.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Paris, France (kimsufi/OVH)
http://poolnl.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Amsterdam, Netherlands (LeaseWeb)
http://p2pool.dsync.net:21111 | 0% | Yaphank, NY, United States (Optimum)
http://94.181.201.244:24397 | 0% | Kirov, Russian Federation (ER-Telecom)
http://crypto-coins.de:8907 | 1% | Dusseldorf, Germany (myLoc)
http://next.afraid.org:8119 | 2% | Paris, France (Free)
http://54.227.253.120:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)
http://107.20.222.119:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)

There are some good p2pool's here but they are not peers to each other therefore defeating the
principle of a peer 2 peer mining pool.

Any idea's on how to resolve this?



you have to bootstrap other pools together from network.py

p2pool.dsync.net:21111 is my personal (sort of) p2pool linked with bounceme.net
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May 23, 2013, 01:13:32 PM
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update-23-05-2013

pushpool
http://digi.cryptcoins.net | 1% | stratum | King Of Prussia, PA, United States (Verizon)
http://dgc.turbocoin.us | 1% | stratum | Mount Carroll, IL, United States (Comcast)
http://digitalcoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | Nuremberg , Germany (HETZNER)
http://digicoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | San Antonio, TX, United States (Rackspace)

p2pool
http://pool.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Paris, France (kimsufi/OVH)
http://poolnl.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Amsterdam, Netherlands (LeaseWeb)
http://p2pool.dsync.net:21111 | 0% | Yaphank, NY, United States (Optimum)
http://94.181.201.244:24397 | 0% | Kirov, Russian Federation (ER-Telecom)
http://crypto-coins.de:8907 | 1% | Dusseldorf, Germany (myLoc)
http://next.afraid.org:8119 | 2% | Paris, France (Free)
http://54.227.253.120:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)
http://107.20.222.119:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)

There are some good p2pool's here but they are not peers to each other therefore defeating the
principle of a peer 2 peer mining pool.

Any idea's on how to resolve this?



Hey man,

yesterday my Pool crypto-coins.de  was connected to the other P2Pool Nodes, but for some reason my Server was crashing when it was connected, and everybody got very much rejected shares. So i decided to cut the connection, because it made mining more efficient, I know, that actually thats not the principle of a p2Pool
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May 23, 2013, 01:20:19 PM
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Somebody should set an order to buy 1 DGC per 1 BTC on cryptsy to mess with coinchoose. 0.0001 BTC would suffice.

So that would be 0.0001 DGC? Smiley  Won't work Smiley
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May 23, 2013, 01:21:04 PM
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Why ask when you know the answer...

Rhetorical question Smiley
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May 23, 2013, 01:22:01 PM
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update-23-05-2013

pushpool
http://digi.cryptcoins.net | 1% | stratum | King Of Prussia, PA, United States (Verizon)
http://dgc.turbocoin.us | 1% | stratum | Mount Carroll, IL, United States (Comcast)
http://digitalcoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | Nuremberg , Germany (HETZNER)
http://digicoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | San Antonio, TX, United States (Rackspace)

p2pool
http://pool.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Paris, France (kimsufi/OVH)
http://poolnl.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Amsterdam, Netherlands (LeaseWeb)
http://p2pool.dsync.net:21111 | 0% | Yaphank, NY, United States (Optimum)
http://94.181.201.244:24397 | 0% | Kirov, Russian Federation (ER-Telecom)
http://crypto-coins.de:8907 | 1% | Dusseldorf, Germany (myLoc)
http://next.afraid.org:8119 | 2% | Paris, France (Free)
http://54.227.253.120:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)
http://107.20.222.119:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)

There are some good p2pool's here but they are not peers to each other therefore defeating the
principle of a peer 2 peer mining pool.

Any idea's on how to resolve this?



Hey man,

yesterday my Pool crypto-coins.de  was connected to the other P2Pool Nodes, but for some reason my Server was crashing when it was connected, and everybody got very much rejected shares. So i decided to cut the connection, because it made mining more efficient, I know, that actually thats not the principle of a p2Pool
i think cause diff is so low connecting pools causes hash rates to go too fast people are not submitting fast enought. i was thinking of the same thing at 1st but since bounce is not that big i don't think it affected me that much
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May 23, 2013, 01:23:42 PM
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update-23-05-2013

pushpool
http://digi.cryptcoins.net | 1% | stratum | King Of Prussia, PA, United States (Verizon)
http://dgc.turbocoin.us | 1% | stratum | Mount Carroll, IL, United States (Comcast)
http://digitalcoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | Nuremberg , Germany (HETZNER)
http://digicoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | San Antonio, TX, United States (Rackspace)

p2pool
http://pool.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Paris, France (kimsufi/OVH)
http://poolnl.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Amsterdam, Netherlands (LeaseWeb)
http://p2pool.dsync.net:21111 | 0% | Yaphank, NY, United States (Optimum)
http://94.181.201.244:24397 | 0% | Kirov, Russian Federation (ER-Telecom)
http://crypto-coins.de:8907 | 1% | Dusseldorf, Germany (myLoc)
http://next.afraid.org:8119 | 2% | Paris, France (Free)
http://54.227.253.120:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)
http://107.20.222.119:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)

There are some good p2pool's here but they are not peers to each other therefore defeating the
principle of a peer 2 peer mining pool.

Any idea's on how to resolve this?



you have to bootstrap other pools together from network.py

p2pool.dsync.net:21111 is my personal (sort of) p2pool linked with bounceme.net

yes, the "BOOTSTRAP_ADDRS=" but I have added all pools and have on 1 peer connected.  
I am thinking that the p2pools are using different P2P_PORT although I have append the port address to the bootstrap addresses.  Still no more peers

It may have something to do with different settings..

        SHARE_PERIOD=15, # seconds target spacing
        CHAIN_LENGTH=24*60*60//10, # shares
        REAL_CHAIN_LENGTH=24*60*60//10, # shares
        TARGET_LOOKBEHIND=200, # shares coinbase maturity
        SPREAD=30, # blocks
        IDENTIFIER='be43F6b8c6927210'.decode('hex'),
        PREFIX='b587193ba6d4749a'.decode('hex'),
        P2P_PORT=5477,

Will "IDENTIFIER=" or "PREFIX=" have any effect on the situation?




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May 23, 2013, 01:25:33 PM
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update-23-05-2013

pushpool
http://digi.cryptcoins.net | 1% | stratum | King Of Prussia, PA, United States (Verizon)
http://dgc.turbocoin.us | 1% | stratum | Mount Carroll, IL, United States (Comcast)
http://digitalcoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | Nuremberg , Germany (HETZNER)
http://digicoinpool.com | 1% | getwork | San Antonio, TX, United States (Rackspace)

p2pool
http://pool.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Paris, France (kimsufi/OVH)
http://poolnl.bounceme.net:24397 | 0% | Amsterdam, Netherlands (LeaseWeb)
http://p2pool.dsync.net:21111 | 0% | Yaphank, NY, United States (Optimum)
http://94.181.201.244:24397 | 0% | Kirov, Russian Federation (ER-Telecom)
http://crypto-coins.de:8907 | 1% | Dusseldorf, Germany (myLoc)
http://next.afraid.org:8119 | 2% | Paris, France (Free)
http://54.227.253.120:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)
http://107.20.222.119:9500 | 3% | Ashburn, VA, United States (Amazon)

There are some good p2pool's here but they are not peers to each other therefore defeating the
principle of a peer 2 peer mining pool.

Any idea's on how to resolve this?



Hey man,

yesterday my Pool crypto-coins.de  was connected to the other P2Pool Nodes, but for some reason my Server was crashing when it was connected, and everybody got very much rejected shares. So i decided to cut the connection, because it made mining more efficient, I know, that actually thats not the principle of a p2Pool

cool.  I had the same issue.  I suspect all the p2pools are using various alt-coin p2pool forks with different settings for the same coin and maybe p2pool no like..

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