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June 23, 2011, 02:41:30 PM
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I love deepbit for their transparency but the pool's fee of 3% is too much in my opinion. Other pools do it just based on donations. And 3% is really much more than they need for their server's infrastructure.

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June 23, 2011, 03:35:34 PM
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yep - way too high fee
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June 23, 2011, 03:50:52 PM
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I'm trying the Mt Red pool and it seems like every pool reports my Mhash/s to be <100 at all times. I'm thinking something may be wrong with my miner..  or is this normal?

in the first hour/s it is normal,
after 3 hours it should be nearly rorrect (+-15%)

but it depends on your Card how mush Mhash shows the miner?

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June 23, 2011, 10:34:28 PM
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I'm trying the Mt Red pool and it seems like every pool reports my Mhash/s to be <100 at all times. I'm thinking something may be wrong with my miner..  or is this normal?

in the first hour/s it is normal,
after 3 hours it should be nearly rorrect (+-15%)

but it depends on your Card how mush Mhash shows the miner?


I have a HD6850, my miner says 225 Mhash/s and BTCguild says 95 Mhash/s after a few hours.  Huh
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June 24, 2011, 07:50:55 AM
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Ook, SORRY if i was wrong taht is not your pool.
I sawed this twice so i was thinking it was yours.
What's "it"? I mentioned several pools.

In case you meant Multipool then I guess a clarification is in order.
Most pools use the proportional system, which is vulnerable to the pool-hopping cheat. So far this has only been a problem in theory because hopping wasn't rampant. Multipool is a recently opened meta-pool which forwards its participants to proportional pools in a hopping pattern. This means that:
1. As long as Multipool is working correctly, people who mine for multipool will receive a higher reward on average than solo (as opposed to any other pool which is at or below solo levels).
2. Now that Multipool exists, proportional pools have a much more serious hopping problem, and this may cause a noticeable decrease in the rewards of those who mine for them.

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June 24, 2011, 12:29:50 PM
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@Meni Rosenfeld "it": i mean that i saw this case at least twice.
But like i said sorry that i was wrong.

Back to topic:
I tried now Deepbit, but for me i pays 10% less in proportional and 15% less in PPS.
So FOR ME with my 300Mhash-card Slush's pool with the score system is the best paying pool.
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June 22, 2016, 08:34:29 PM
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same thing happened to me. I'm using S7. any recommendation guys for the best pool so far? thanks
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