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Author Topic: [ANN][DGC] Digitalcoin | Multi-algo & Masternodes | Established 2013  (Read 501119 times)
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May 23, 2013, 10:14:51 PM
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I have used this pool for some time now, and it works well. No down time, Coins are there. The perfect pool.

http://digicoinpool.com/

Verns pools have no match hence why they tend to eat up all the miners lol

I prefer using p2pool, the payout is accurate, and given as soon as the mined coin is available. these pool are fast and efficient. If you are looking for a pool, next.afraid.org:8119 is right one.
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May 23, 2013, 10:18:15 PM
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I have used this pool for some time now, and it works well. No down time, Coins are there. The perfect pool.

http://digicoinpool.com/

Verns pools have no match hence why they tend to eat up all the miners lol

I prefer using p2pool, the payout is accurate, and given as soon as the mined coin is available. these pool are fast and efficient. If you are looking for a pool, next.afraid.org:8119 is right one.

P2pools are nice until with a coin like DGC you get all the transaction costs which add up to another 1-2% from all the mined mini transactions
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May 23, 2013, 10:28:16 PM
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I have used this pool for some time now, and it works well. No down time, Coins are there. The perfect pool.

http://digicoinpool.com/

Verns pools have no match hence why they tend to eat up all the miners lol

I prefer using p2pool, the payout is accurate, and given as soon as the mined coin is available. these pool are fast and efficient. If you are looking for a pool, next.afraid.org:8119 is right one.

P2pools are nice until with a coin like DGC you get all the transaction costs which add up to another 1-2% from all the mined mini transactions

Minimum fee transaction can be changed in the code, some daemons are set to zero, having a non zero minimum transaction fee, is not fair...
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May 23, 2013, 11:14:58 PM
Last edit: May 23, 2013, 11:58:57 PM by wantrepreneur
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What is the status of the foundation?  Bounty programs?

-tb-

The bounty programs needs more donations, which makes it hard to setup bounties. There's less than 900 DGC donated so far to the development.

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willing to donate.

opening r/digitalcoin, aiming to reach out to larger exchanges from there.

http://www.reddit.com/r/digitalcoin/
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May 23, 2013, 11:22:18 PM
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PM for forum test. Thank you.

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May 23, 2013, 11:36:31 PM
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Announcement:

Forum is up: http://digitalcoin.co/forum/

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May 23, 2013, 11:38:26 PM
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What is the status of the foundation?  Bounty programs?

-tb-

The bounty programs needs more donations, which makes it hard to setup bounties. There's less than 900 DGC donated so far to the development.

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willing to donate.

opening r/digitalcoin, aiming to reach out to larger exchanges from there.

Awesome want! Gj bro. I opened http://www.DGCwiki.com and my webhosting now accepts DGC as a form of payment http://www.manichost.net

Post them too brother ill donate into the fund for sure if I make some Digi's  Grin

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May 23, 2013, 11:49:43 PM
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What about Net Hashrate? I think its falling? Is it?

Because my Pool Hasrate at http://www.crypto-coins.de:8907 is also slightly decreasing
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May 24, 2013, 12:00:26 AM
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What about Net Hashrate? I think its falling? Is it?

Because my Pool Hasrate at http://www.crypto-coins.de:8907 is also slightly decreasing

I dont have much power man but ill hop on your pool for you Smiley 5kh/s INCOMING!!!

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May 24, 2013, 12:04:30 AM
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What about Net Hashrate? I think its falling? Is it?

Because my Pool Hasrate at http://www.crypto-coins.de:8907 is also slightly decreasing

I dont have much power man but ill hop on your pool for you Smiley 5kh/s INCOMING!!!

Great Man Cheesy

Just sent you 1 WDC as a thank you for your effort  Wink

If you like the overwhelming mining experience, leave a comment at my repuatation thread (signature)  Grin
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May 24, 2013, 12:04:33 AM
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Really need to get the source code on github updated

I just tried to compile on a Mac and it gives this:

Code:
make: *** No rule to make target `src/qt/res/icons/bitcoin.icns', needed by `tulips-Qt.app/Contents/Resources/bitcoin.icns'.  Stop.

Meaning bits are missing, never had a problem compiling other coin clients.
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May 24, 2013, 12:10:04 AM
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Really need to get the source code on github updated

I just tried to compile on a Mac and it gives this:

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make: *** No rule to make target `src/qt/res/icons/bitcoin.icns', needed by `tulips-Qt.app/Contents/Resources/bitcoin.icns'.  Stop.

Meaning bits are missing, never had a problem compiling other coin clients.
Just create an icns file and drop it in that folder, not hard, there's several online convertors

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May 24, 2013, 12:10:42 AM
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The forum is up on digitalcoin.co, marketplace, discussion, and everything else. Come over and let's get it started!

A forum just for us. : http://digitalcoin.co/forum/index.php

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May 24, 2013, 12:13:39 AM
Last edit: May 24, 2013, 12:28:27 AM by Hibero
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I'm starting to think people use coinchoose a little too much in their mining decisions. Once WDC got a little higher than DGC in profitability the net hash of DGC started going down.
Don't get me wrong, I would rather have it this way. More DGC for me.

Update: Found out it could be because of a program called coinswitcher. It automatically switches your mining to whichever is more profitable. It seems useful but it can definitely be used in a malicious way
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May 24, 2013, 12:24:53 AM
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I'm starting to think people use coinchoose a little too much in their mining decisions. Once WDC got a little higher than DGC is profitability the net hash of DGC started going down.
Don't get me wrong, I would rather have it this way. More DGC for me.

This ^  Grin

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May 24, 2013, 12:28:00 AM
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Going to try and get my pool relaunched tonight, with custom backend (no more PPLNS).  


- blocks paid out after 80 confirms
- 1 block = 1 "round"
- shares paid out immediately after 80 confirms, in full, based 100% on how many shares you mined in that round. 0 shares that round? 0 coins, 50% of pools shares? 50% (-2%) coins.
- clear values showing "Un-Paid Shares" which equates exactly to the # of shares you have held up in un-confirmed blocks


The goal is to ensure payouts are as clear and accurate as possible.  No more guessing if your share counts are accurate or why your estimated/actual payout seems off, or why you aren't getting as many coins as you should because you've only been mining at the pool for an hour or two.   You'll be able to tell right away how many shares you've mined vs. the pool and you'll get your coins p2pool-ish quick!

I've tested as best I can, confirming share counts and payouts ect.  Its a 2% pool fee, and  have run through many scenarios confirming the pool always pays out 98% of every coin earned.  (including finding a seemingly double-fee bug in the old software that was doubling the standard pool fees on each transaction).

If anyone is interested in helping me out a bit with some 'beta testing', let me know.  Its new, there may be issues, but if you've got some patience I think it'll be worth your while.  In any event, anyone jumping on board early will be paid for there coins no matter what, even if the thing somehow crashes and burns.  I like this coin and don't plan on going anywhere!

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 24, 2013, 12:41:28 AM
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Going to try and get my pool relaunched tonight, with custom backend (no more PPLNS).  


- blocks paid out after 80 confirms
- 1 block = 1 "round"
- shares paid out immediately after 80 confirms, in full, based 100% on how many shares you mined in that round. 0 shares that round? 0 coins, 50% of pools shares? 50% (-2%) coins.
- clear values showing "Un-Paid Shares" which equates exactly to the # of shares you have held up in un-confirmed blocks


The goal is to ensure payouts are as clear and accurate as possible.  No more guessing if your share counts are accurate or why your estimated/actual payout seems off, or why you aren't getting as many coins as you should because you've only been mining at the pool for an hour or two.   You'll be able to tell right away how many shares you've mined vs. the pool and you'll get your coins p2pool-ish quick!

I've tested as best I can, confirming share counts and payouts ect.  Its a 2% pool fee, and  have run through many scenarios confirming the pool always pays out 98% of every coin earned.  (including finding a seemingly double-fee bug in the old software that was doubling the standard pool fees on each transaction).

If anyone is interested in helping me out a bit with some 'beta testing', let me know.  Its new, there may be issues, but if you've got some patience I think it'll be worth your while.  In any event, anyone jumping on board early will be paid for there coins no matter what, even if the thing somehow crashes and burns.  I like this coin and don't plan on going anywhere!


I'm game email me at dsx@riseup.net Ill be a ginuea pig Cheesy

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May 24, 2013, 12:47:41 AM
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Going to try and get my pool relaunched tonight, with custom backend (no more PPLNS).  


- blocks paid out after 80 confirms
- 1 block = 1 "round"
- shares paid out immediately after 80 confirms, in full, based 100% on how many shares you mined in that round. 0 shares that round? 0 coins, 50% of pools shares? 50% (-2%) coins.
- clear values showing "Un-Paid Shares" which equates exactly to the # of shares you have held up in un-confirmed blocks


The goal is to ensure payouts are as clear and accurate as possible.  No more guessing if your share counts are accurate or why your estimated/actual payout seems off, or why you aren't getting as many coins as you should because you've only been mining at the pool for an hour or two.   You'll be able to tell right away how many shares you've mined vs. the pool and you'll get your coins p2pool-ish quick!

I've tested as best I can, confirming share counts and payouts ect.  Its a 2% pool fee, and  have run through many scenarios confirming the pool always pays out 98% of every coin earned.  (including finding a seemingly double-fee bug in the old software that was doubling the standard pool fees on each transaction).

If anyone is interested in helping me out a bit with some 'beta testing', let me know.  Its new, there may be issues, but if you've got some patience I think it'll be worth your while.  In any event, anyone jumping on board early will be paid for there coins no matter what, even if the thing somehow crashes and burns.  I like this coin and don't plan on going anywhere!


I'll test it out...

-tb-

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May 24, 2013, 01:15:16 AM
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If you guys are satisfied with how it functions I can add it to the pool list.

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May 24, 2013, 01:30:57 AM
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Going to try and get my pool relaunched tonight, with custom backend (no more PPLNS).  


- blocks paid out after 80 confirms
- 1 block = 1 "round"
- shares paid out immediately after 80 confirms, in full, based 100% on how many shares you mined in that round. 0 shares that round? 0 coins, 50% of pools shares? 50% (-2%) coins.
- clear values showing "Un-Paid Shares" which equates exactly to the # of shares you have held up in un-confirmed blocks


The goal is to ensure payouts are as clear and accurate as possible.  No more guessing if your share counts are accurate or why your estimated/actual payout seems off, or why you aren't getting as many coins as you should because you've only been mining at the pool for an hour or two.   You'll be able to tell right away how many shares you've mined vs. the pool and you'll get your coins p2pool-ish quick!

I've tested as best I can, confirming share counts and payouts ect.  Its a 2% pool fee, and  have run through many scenarios confirming the pool always pays out 98% of every coin earned.  (including finding a seemingly double-fee bug in the old software that was doubling the standard pool fees on each transaction).

If anyone is interested in helping me out a bit with some 'beta testing', let me know.  Its new, there may be issues, but if you've got some patience I think it'll be worth your while.  In any event, anyone jumping on board early will be paid for there coins no matter what, even if the thing somehow crashes and burns.  I like this coin and don't plan on going anywhere!


nearmiss, I'm in for testing. Until I get the details though, people should join Fenican's P2Pool!

http://54.227.253.120:9500/static/

Smokey, this is not 'nam, this is bowling. There are rules. Do as the dude would wish, and mine some Lebowskis! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260311.0
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