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Author Topic: [ANN][DGC] Digitalcoin | Multi-algo & Masternodes | Established 2013  (Read 503265 times)
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May 27, 2013, 12:59:55 AM
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We only take 5 coin types at a type, but Digicoin just replaced Worldcoin

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http://www.igotspots.com/digicoin.html

Thank you for joining our community and I hope all the digitalcoin community members with spots get them removed.  Smiley

This is my favorite of the latest alt coins lately. I've been watching it since launch, and mining with 6MH. Absolutely flawless launch, and there was no massive dump as soon as it hit cryptsy. This coin definitely has momentum we just need to give it some more uses, and it desperately needs a paper wallet!

A paper wallet is already in development by a community member. I'd really like the features too. Smiley

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May 27, 2013, 01:09:06 AM
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http://digitalcoin.scryptmining.com could still use a few more miners!  Proportional payout per share (paid out as soon as a share is confirmed (80 confirms), stratum only.  

Currently an overall 3.44% stales rate across all miners, (sample size of ~34 million shares total).

Come check us out!
I have been on this server since he changed to PPS, and I can say that on four GPU's, I get less than 1% up to almost 2.5% rejects and that is with over 20,000 accepts on each GPU.  My 7850 is the 2.5% whereas my 7950 is less than 1% (290) with over 40,000 accepts.

Here, any hash rate can get paid.



Also, fenicans server is good if you have the hashing power.  My little gpu's got bullied out over there.  Pays good if you got the power to play.  I'm good there till about 40MHs, then I lose out to the power rigs.
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May 27, 2013, 01:16:57 AM
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http://digitalcoin.scryptmining.com could still use a few more miners!  Proportional payout per share (paid out as soon as a share is confirmed (80 confirms), stratum only.  

Currently an overall 3.44% stales rate across all miners, (sample size of ~34 million shares total).

Come check us out!
I have been on this server since he changed to PPS, and I can say that on four GPU's, I get less than 1% up to almost 2.5% rejects and that is with over 20,000 accepts on each GPU.  My 7850 is the 2.5% whereas my 7950 is less than 1% (290) with over 40,000 accepts.

Here, any hash rate can get paid.



Also, fenicans server is good if you have the hashing power.  My little gpu's got bullied out over there.  Pays good if you got the power to play.  I'm good there till about 40MHs, then I lose out to the power rigs.
same here, with my little hash power i really got bullied over there Undecided. so i ended up running a pretty small p2pool - 2mhs or lower please join
p2pool.dsync.net:21111
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May 27, 2013, 01:26:59 AM
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http://digitalcoin.scryptmining.com could still use a few more miners!  Proportional payout per share (paid out as soon as a share is confirmed (80 confirms), stratum only.  

Currently an overall 3.44% stales rate across all miners, (sample size of ~34 million shares total).

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I'm gonna throw like 4mhash at your pool tonight and see how it does overnight

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May 27, 2013, 01:31:18 AM
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http://digitalcoin.scryptmining.com could still use a few more miners!  Proportional payout per share (paid out as soon as a share is confirmed (80 confirms), stratum only.  

Currently an overall 3.44% stales rate across all miners, (sample size of ~34 million shares total).

Come check us out!

I'm gonna throw like 4mhash at your pool tonight and see how it does overnight

sweet!  Let me know how it goes, feedback is always welcome.

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May 27, 2013, 01:32:37 AM
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http://digitalcoin.scryptmining.com could still use a few more miners!  Proportional payout per share (paid out as soon as a share is confirmed (80 confirms), stratum only.  

Currently an overall 3.44% stales rate across all miners, (sample size of ~34 million shares total).

Come check us out!

I'm gonna throw like 4mhash at your pool tonight and see how it does overnight

sweet!  Let me know how it goes, feedback is always welcome.

So far on the one card I have pointed at it, seems good so far number wise. I'll let you know after I move some more over there.  The hashrate shown seems very far off, but that doesn't really mean anything

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May 27, 2013, 01:40:29 AM
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So far on the one card I have pointed at it, seems good so far number wise. I'll let you know after I move some more over there.  The hashrate shown seems very far off, but that doesn't really mean anything

Good to hear.   Indeed, the hashrates are still inaccurate (its on my list to clean up), but as you say, it doesn't really mean anything.

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 27, 2013, 01:42:57 AM
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So far on the one card I have pointed at it, seems good so far number wise. I'll let you know after I move some more over there.  The hashrate shown seems very far off, but that doesn't really mean anything

Good to hear.   Indeed, the hashrates are still inaccurate (its on my list to clean up), but as you say, it doesn't really mean anything.

Yea, I know that, but a lot of new miners don't, so they may think your pool sucks because of it

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May 27, 2013, 01:44:38 AM
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haha yep, agreed.  I put the note on the worker and stats pages trying to highlight that its meaningless, but I know people could get freaked out by it anyways.  Hopefully will have it fixed up sooner rather than later Smiley

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 27, 2013, 01:48:34 AM
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These pools are CPUminer or GPUminer someone can answer me

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May 27, 2013, 01:51:12 AM
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If you are looking for a pool; Server next.afraid.org:8119 still there and fully reliable since the first day.


I use this server (http://next.afraid.org:8119), and everything is fine there. A good choice.

I'm still here: http://next.afraid.org:8119, this one is solid and efficient with a low dead on arrival... When we have a good pool, it's  important to support it. And continue to have the expected payout.

The server is up, A good reason to continue in that direction.

This coin has value, and I'm looking for reliable pool for the night. Found.

This pool: http://next.afraid.org:8119 is perfect the PPLNS is around an hour, so you can turn on the rig, you don't have to wait a whole day to get the expected payout. This is a great idea.
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May 27, 2013, 01:52:01 AM
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DGC is now hyped on the Cryptsy chat box check it out https://www.cryptsy.com
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May 27, 2013, 01:52:09 AM
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These pools are CPUminer or GPUminer someone can answer me

If you want to use CPU, you can use the built in client to mine using the solo mining directions in the first post. Although you will likely not get much return.

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May 27, 2013, 01:55:28 AM
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These pools are CPUminer or GPUminer someone can answer me

If you want to use CPU, you can use the built in client to mine using the solo mining directions in the first post. Although you will likely not get much return.

GPU or CPU which one is better?
And how can i mine with GPU Huh

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May 27, 2013, 01:58:20 AM
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You can use any scrypt compatible miner for a GPU. CPU is not worth using.

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May 27, 2013, 01:59:56 AM
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I used GUIminer and http://digitalcoin.scryptmining.com/ using this pool . Shares are looks accepted i think eveything is looks fine

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May 27, 2013, 02:00:23 AM
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fencian are you having issues with the pool, just noticed a bit of down time on my miner - appears it wasn't just me.

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May 27, 2013, 02:10:38 AM
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As far as I'm concerned, this one works fine: http://next.afraid.org:8119
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May 27, 2013, 02:12:51 AM
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DGC is now hyped on the Cryptsy chat box check it out https://www.cryptsy.com

Not hype.  It's the real deal.   Wink

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May 27, 2013, 02:17:52 AM
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if we get a block every 20 seconds, won't the blockchain become too big too quickly? (like.... terabytes in size months after release)

edit: yeah, it's 30x faster than bitcoin, and the bitcoin blockchain is around 4GB in size after 3 years, so in 0.3 years (or 4 months) the digitalcoin blockchain will be 4GB..
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