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Author Topic: [ANN][DGC] Digitalcoin | Multi-algo & Masternodes | Established 2013  (Read 507168 times)
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June 03, 2013, 03:41:06 AM
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My first auction proceeds are going to DGC Dev Fund.   Wink

Very excited with the developments DGC is making.  Looking forward to see the advertising platform.


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June 03, 2013, 04:40:57 AM
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So i'd like some advice from the community concerning which DGC pool is best for me.

I've been on fenicans, which i like alot, and the push pool cryptcoins.net, and tried a couple other p2pools...

I have a 7970 and hash at about 630mh, but this is my only computer, and i'm on it almost all of the time.

I've found that fenicans gives me the best rewards, but i seem to need to stay on it un-inturrupted for long periods of time to get my expected payout. all other pools i might be missing something, but i never seem to get anywhere near my expected daily payout. like 2 times less...

I want to be able to let my miner run when i'm not using the computer, but when i want to play a game or something, then i don't want to have this dilemma where i'm worried that my rewards are going to be borked for stopping for a few hours, then starting back up again. I'm not a pool hopper, but i do want to get my computer back...

can someone reccomend a pool, or a certain type of rewards system that i should be looking for which will work for me? or is that just the name of the game, that if you're 24/7 dedicated you make more. i want to get 3/4 the rewards if i'm only hashing for 3/4 of the day without penalty if possible.

thanks! and no disrespect to any pools, i'm really new at all of this... just saying what i've been observing for the past 10 days or so... Been going since 5/23, 10 days mining at more than 18 hours per day, at 630MH, and i only have 650 DGC total. My expected is supposedly around 120 per day... accounting for varience... i should have alot mroe than i have right now...

did 12 hours of cryptcoins pool straight, with an expected 120 per day, so i was expecting around 60, right? i only got 20-25...

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June 03, 2013, 05:37:43 AM
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Dropped fee back to 1% on my pool to encourage some more miners http://p2pool-dgc.com:9500/static/

I am throwing some hash towards it and will let it run overnight. I have not tried your pools before so will see how it goes. How long to full reward?
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June 03, 2013, 05:39:34 AM
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Dropped fee back to 1% on my pool to encourage some more miners http://p2pool-dgc.com:9500/static/

I am throwing some hash towards it and will let it run overnight. I have not tried your pools before so will see how it goes. How long to full reward?

Its my favorite pool. Good choice.  Smiley
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June 03, 2013, 06:15:59 AM
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yeah, so is that what it's like with all pools? time to max reward??? (actual projected reward?) why isn't this info listed anywhere...

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June 03, 2013, 06:22:26 AM
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yeah, so is that what it's like with all pools? time to max reward??? (actual projected reward?) why isn't this info listed anywhere...

Because it varies and changes all the time.

The only way for a set reward is with a PPS pool but there isn't a DGC PPS pool yet.

PPS = Pay Per share
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June 03, 2013, 07:06:28 AM
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yeah, so is that what it's like with all pools? time to max reward??? (actual projected reward?) why isn't this info listed anywhere...

Because it varies and changes all the time.

The only way for a set reward is with a PPS pool but there isn't a DGC PPS pool yet.

PPS = Pay Per share

ahh ok, so in answer to my question posed 5 or 6 posts ago... then a PPS pool is what i'm looking for, for someone who can't run a dedicated mining rig?

i understand the inherent varience with thse things, they're based on probability, but my point is that it seems also inherent to these systems that if i can run a dedicated mining rig, then my profits per hour are much much higher, than if i run for 10 hours, then stop for 4, then resume mining.

this is the crux of my inquiry

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June 03, 2013, 08:26:38 AM
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According to the pool list on the main post there are 3 PPS pools.
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June 03, 2013, 09:30:43 AM
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ahh must have missed that, gonna go try some PPS pools out, see how they fare.

but in general, is PPS the best way to go for someone who can't be a dedicated miner? (even though i'd love to) I want to be able to play shootmania! Smiley

I've read the difference between the major methods of share distribution, and honestly it was mostly greek to me.

I don't need to know all the ins and outs, i just want to know which will give me the biggest reward for my mining style ie. 2-3 hours mining, 1-2 hours not mining etc.

And preferably something that will reference how much i will be losing on an average DGC/hour by being an occasional miner, instead of dedicated? how much more worth it is it to just mine 24/7? (strictly with a DGC/hour number in mind, not daily total). Really consider mining for 18 hours a day to be pretty darn "dedicated" to me... but my rewards aren't reflecting this...


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June 03, 2013, 09:34:52 AM
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ahh must have missed that, gonna go try some PPS pools out, see how they fare.

but in general, is PPS the best way to go for someone who can't be a dedicated miner? (even though i'd love to) I want to be able to play shootmania! Smiley

I've read the difference between the major methods of share distribution, and honestly it was mostly greek to me.

I don't need to know all the ins and outs, i just want to know which will give me the biggest reward for my mining style ie. 2-3 hours mining, 1-2 hours not mining etc.

And preferably something that will reference how much i will be losing on an average DGC/hour by being an occasional miner, instead of dedicated? how much more worth it is it to just mine 24/7? (strictly with a DGC/hour number in mind, not daily total). Really consider mining for 18 hours a day to be pretty darn "dedicated" to me... but my rewards aren't reflecting this...



http://dgc.epools.org use this one it's pps and payments are very good, also it has lowest reject rate for me and reasonable fee.
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June 03, 2013, 10:06:00 AM
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yeah, so is that what it's like with all pools? time to max reward??? (actual projected reward?) why isn't this info listed anywhere...

Because it varies and changes all the time.

The only way for a set reward is with a PPS pool but there isn't a DGC PPS pool yet.

PPS = Pay Per share

ahh ok, so in answer to my question posed 5 or 6 posts ago... then a PPS pool is what i'm looking for, for someone who can't run a dedicated mining rig?

i understand the inherent varience with thse things, they're based on probability, but my point is that it seems also inherent to these systems that if i can run a dedicated mining rig, then my profits per hour are much much higher, than if i run for 10 hours, then stop for 4, then resume mining.

this is the crux of my inquiry

As stated above I guess there are some DGC PPS pools. Those will be best for you if you want a steady reward amount.
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June 03, 2013, 10:21:34 AM
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okay so the 3 PPS pools i've found on page 1 are:

digitalize
turbocoin
epools

out of those 3:

- turbo isn't resolving, down perhaps? think it's been down for a few days?
- digitalize is resolving, however their website loaded a bit slow for me
- epools seems to be resolving fast, however it's located in europe, as is digitalize

I'm from Canada so i've heard that having a low ping to the pool is essential for low reject rates/orphan rates/whatever bad stuff??

How much of a difference is it going to make joining a euro push pool, over say a local p2pool? Are PPS still the best thing for me? someone suggested it, but i still haven't heard "yes this is what you want" etc. just looking for clarity. thanks guys!

i just really want some raw numbers to mull over... without any data to compare i feel like i'm flying blind.

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assuming a constant hashrate, z, then i need answers to:

mining 18 hours a day = x DGC/hour
mining 24 hours a day = y DGC/hour

what are the values of x and y using:

PPS push pool = a
P2Pool = b

zax, zay, zbx, zby. these are the numbers i'm looking for.

and how will my latency to the server affect all of this? *bonus question. Willing to part with a tiny amount of DGC for some answers Smiley

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June 03, 2013, 10:58:46 AM
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digitalize is not PPS but proportional and you can have your expected mining income on pool stats page.
What you sould take in account when choosing a pool is the reject/orphan rate you have got with it.
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June 03, 2013, 12:24:08 PM
Last edit: June 03, 2013, 01:10:31 PM by fenican
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Pool type really does not matter if you stick with mining one type of coin.

For DGC, right now, you should get about 330 coins per day per 1 mh/s.  So, example, if you had 10 mh/s you should expect 3300.  Most pools are PPLNS so wait 24 hours to count your coins your payouts in the very early going will be lower.

That will change with difficulty.  Since difficulty readjusts frequently on DGC, it is tough to make a perfect prediction.

Pool uptime is important.  Any time a pool goes down or slows down that will hurt your yield.

A good network connection is also important for the pool since it will mean less stales / DOA to the network

I tend to prefer p2pool when I can find a good one since it is much harder for a pool operator to cheat people, they are less buggy, and they are less often hit by DDOS attacks.

I mine at my own pool "eat your dog food" and have found my yield is right at expectation so I feel it is working well

(my pool is hosted on an Amazon server in Northern Virginia, USA)
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June 03, 2013, 01:08:20 PM
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okay so the 3 PPS pools i've found on page 1 are:

digitalize
turbocoin
epools

out of those 3:

- turbo isn't resolving, down perhaps? think it's been down for a few days?
- digitalize is resolving, however their website loaded a bit slow for me
- epools seems to be resolving fast, however it's located in europe, as is digitalize

I'm from Canada so i've heard that having a low ping to the pool is essential for low reject rates/orphan rates/whatever bad stuff??

How much of a difference is it going to make joining a euro push pool, over say a local p2pool? Are PPS still the best thing for me? someone suggested it, but i still haven't heard "yes this is what you want" etc. just looking for clarity. thanks guys!

i just really want some raw numbers to mull over... without any data to compare i feel like i'm flying blind.

----------------------------

assuming a constant hashrate, z, then i need answers to:

mining 18 hours a day = x DGC/hour
mining 24 hours a day = y DGC/hour

what are the values of x and y using:

PPS push pool = a
P2Pool = b

zax, zay, zbx, zby. these are the numbers i'm looking for.

and how will my latency to the server affect all of this? *bonus question. Willing to part with a tiny amount of DGC for some answers Smiley


FWIW, http://digitalcoin.scryptmining.com is located in Canada (OVH's bhs datacenter, largest in the world [I think]).  As mentioned, really, find a pool you like and stick with it.  You really should get pretty similar results everywhere (aside from some luck of the pool).  Scryptmining is proportional per share, paid out 100% after 60 confirms (ie: no standard PPLNS delay, but of course that evens out over time anyways).  As for 18hrs vs. 24hrs, at the above pool, it really just depends on how lucky the pool is during the 18hr period, you get paid out for all shares submitted during that period as soon as found blocks are confirmed.  Averaging over time it would literally just be 25% less coins for 25% less time spent mining.   Happy mining either way Smiley

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June 03, 2013, 02:46:10 PM
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Have the P2pools started networking with each other?

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June 03, 2013, 02:49:56 PM
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Have the P2pools started networking with each other?
I've tried to get my pool to connect but didn't have much luck if anyone else has please pass the info

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June 03, 2013, 02:55:09 PM
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Have the P2pools started networking with each other?

Wait they network to each other? What good does that do?

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June 03, 2013, 03:10:11 PM
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Have the P2pools started networking with each other?

Wait they network to each other? What good does that do?

The same thing connecting your client to other nodes does. Improved connection and efficiency.

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June 03, 2013, 03:28:16 PM
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Have the P2pools started networking with each other?

Wait they network to each other? What good does that do?

The same thing connecting your client to other nodes does. Improved connection and efficiency.

So p2pool basically becomes one big pool? Or is it just raw network speed

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