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May 25, 2013, 11:41:32 PM
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I know erundooks calculator is based off of transactions, so probably everyones pool but his.
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May 25, 2013, 11:45:31 PM
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Hmmmm...But, when I mine LTC, I make about .05 BTC/day....I average about .09 BTC / day, mining WDC...That seems to be on par, percentage wise....Your findings, are inconsistent

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May 25, 2013, 11:48:22 PM
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It's a bit lower but no way is it 60%. Not for me at least.

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May 25, 2013, 11:49:21 PM
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Bump. The WDC community has concluded that it is common for you to receive 60% of what your pools "reward calculator" is displaying.

So if coinchoose is showing 180% profitability to BTC, it is in fact 60% of the 180%, which is 108% actual profitability to BTC.

This is common for all coins with a faster block time. This information will be added to the WDC forum, under a stickied FAQ thread within a day or so.

That is all.

Thank you for the information!

Can you please also be so kind and tell me where is the "WDC forum"?

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May 25, 2013, 11:50:41 PM
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It's a bit lower but no way is it 60%. Not for me at least.

What I have noticed, is that my WDC per day, can lower, if a lot of peopl are mining in my pool. Obviously, more peopl taking a piece from the same size pie, means smaller pieces for everyone.

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May 25, 2013, 11:51:16 PM
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Bump. The WDC community has concluded that it is common for you to receive 60% of what your pools "reward calculator" is displaying.

So if coinchoose is showing 180% profitability to BTC, it is in fact 60% of the 180%, which is 108% actual profitability to BTC.

This is common for all coins with a faster block time. This information will be added to the WDC forum, under a stickied FAQ thread within a day or so.

That is all.

Thank you for the information!

Can you please also be so kind and tell me where is the "WDC forum"?

Worldcoinforum.org
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May 25, 2013, 11:53:46 PM
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Bump. The WDC community has concluded that it is common for you to receive 60% of what your pools "reward calculator" is displaying.

So if coinchoose is showing 180% profitability to BTC, it is in fact 60% of the 180%, which is 108% actual profitability to BTC.

This is common for all coins with a faster block time. This information will be added to the WDC forum, under a stickied FAQ thread within a day or so.

That is all.

Thank you for the information!

Can you please also be so kind and tell me where is the "WDC forum"?

Worldcoinforum.org

But your forum is not listed on WDC website: http://worldcoin.in/services/

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May 25, 2013, 11:54:03 PM
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We have had multiple miners and pool operators confirm this. If you dont notice that the amount of coins hitting your wallet is 60% of most pools "reward calculator", than i dont know what to tell you.
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May 25, 2013, 11:54:53 PM
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Bump. The WDC community has concluded that it is common for you to receive 60% of what your pools "reward calculator" is displaying.

So if coinchoose is showing 180% profitability to BTC, it is in fact 60% of the 180%, which is 108% actual profitability to BTC.

This is common for all coins with a faster block time. This information will be added to the WDC forum, under a stickied FAQ thread within a day or so.

That is all.

Thank you for the information!

Can you please also be so kind and tell me where is the "WDC forum"?

Worldcoinforum.org

But your forum is not listed on WDC website: http://worldcoin.in/services/

Its yet to be listed, and is the official "community" forum.
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May 26, 2013, 08:43:19 PM
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What I noticed - and this puzzles me - is that different GPUs in the same rig have wildly different stale rates!

I have one two-card computer with a 7950 and a 7950 in it, and I found the 7970 (in GUiminer scrypt (in reality that's cgminer behind the scenes), intensity 13) to get around 3% stales, whereas the 7950 in the same guiminer instance (bit a separate worker) got nearly 20% stales (intensity 20 - same result on intensity 18).

My results mining on erundook.net's wdcpool2 since last night with my 7970 is 9214 shares accepted and 290 stale, according to guiminer/cgminer, this conforms with the site stats, and my payouts seem to be exactly as expected, too.

So, while I've seen horrible stale rates from other GPUs, and the orphan rate on the pool seems to be around 10%, at least this one 7970 gives me a WDC income that seems to fit well with coinchoose.com.

I thought the different results people were getting were related to network latency or something, but since two cards in the same rig can behave so differently, there must be something else to it. I have no idea what it is, though! Smiley
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May 26, 2013, 08:47:37 PM
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Your pool must be scamming you man. If not please provide proof.
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