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June 29, 2017, 05:52:16 PM
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Is there any mod/admin here?
I just changed my password for something with over 30 chars. But the password to log in is limited to not even half of it, lol.
I just can't log in now because my password is too long.

Then I tried to recover through my email but or I forgot what email I used or it is totally bugged.

Please any mod help me recover my account!
Bump, please t_t
can a mod send me a PM or anything

Also waiting for my invalid pin request, sent PM two days ago with acc deatails..

There have been a rash of people complaining about accounts being hijacked.  More than likely its because user/pass was shared with other sites.   My guess is the email on your account has been changed and therefore your reset is going to a different email address.   You'll likely need to contact the admin to get it resolved.   Always use a password manager with unique passwords on every site.

In my case I created new user , unique pass, pin, wrote it down on paper. I can login to my acc, see my mined dgb, but can't withdraw due invalid pin. I wrote PM to admin, but no answer

EDIT: admin replied, all ok Smiley
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June 30, 2017, 08:47:50 AM
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Has the skein hashrate just gone down a lot for anybody else?

My hashrate has almost halved since yesterday according to the TBF 'My Workers' page.

The Alexis78 skein miner reports the same hashrate as before (around 550 MH/s for my GTX 1070), but on TBF's site it's only listed as around 300MH/s after 12 hours of continous mining.

Also saw that the pools total hashrate seems to have almost halved since yesterday as well, as seen in the top right corner on https://dgb-skein.theblocksfactory.com/.
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June 30, 2017, 09:22:33 AM
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Yes, the reported HR halved since yesterday.
Maybe they doubled the share diff to reduce server load, but forgot to adjust the calculations.
What most important is the "mined in last 24hr" value. If it's OK, then it's fine.
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June 30, 2017, 09:25:39 AM
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Yep, same thing for me  Huh Huh Huh
1080TI usually getting around 1.1 GHs
Now dropped to 400/500 with ccminer reporting the normal hash rate as usual. Problems with the pool?
my mined in 24 hour rate has dropped also
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June 30, 2017, 10:12:28 AM
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Yep, same thing for me  Huh Huh Huh
1080TI usually getting around 1.1 GHs
Now dropped to 400/500 with ccminer reporting the normal hash rate as usual. Problems with the pool?
my mined in 24 hour rate has dropped also


I am having the same issue.
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June 30, 2017, 12:33:19 PM
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Yep, same thing for me  Huh Huh Huh
1080TI usually getting around 1.1 GHs
Now dropped to 400/500 with ccminer reporting the normal hash rate as usual. Problems with the pool?
my mined in 24 hour rate has dropped also


I am having the same issue.
I am looking into this.

Edit :
Issue fixed.
No incidence on payout.

The Blocks Factory Mining POOL : DGB(sha256d, Skein, Qubit, Groestl & Scrypt), FTC
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June 30, 2017, 01:20:24 PM
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No incidence on payout?
Does that mean that payouts werent affected?
My 24 hour payout is reported at much lower than it normally is?
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July 01, 2017, 10:27:20 AM
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No incidence on payout?
Does that mean that payouts werent affected?
My 24 hour payout is reported at much lower than it normally is?
In fact, some blocks has been dropped due to the same problem.

The Blocks Factory Mining POOL : DGB(sha256d, Skein, Qubit, Groestl & Scrypt), FTC
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July 03, 2017, 05:54:34 PM
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I would love to see scrypt coins added to this pool, like LTC and/or DOGE.
Is there any chance of this happening??
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July 03, 2017, 09:07:33 PM
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DGB has a scrypt option.

 Kinda redundant to add Litecoin since there are a lot of other pools for that already.

 DOGE is a merge-mined coin, adding it would be a total waste.



 What I'd like to see is all of the DGB options pay into one COMMON pool on TBF, instead of each one having it's own seperate payout and payout limit.

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July 04, 2017, 12:22:38 PM
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I'm mining DGB Skein running 2 rigs with a total hashrate of about 5.5GH/s.

I noticed that the payments started to get irregular, even though I mine at exactly the same speed the last 24 hours. The rigs have been running at full speed continously.

Here is a paste of the latest transactions with a strange gap between 13:00 and 13:30. Usually I get about 100 DGB per hour (and 8DGB every ~5 minutes). But now it was two hours between 100 DGB's. Why is that?

TX #    Date    TX Type    TX_ID(Payment Address)    Block #    Amount
17442895   2017-07-04 13:32:27   Don_Fee       4780953   -0.12570069
17442895   2017-07-04 13:32:27   Credit      4780953    8.25434531
17442644   2017-07-04 13:30:40   Don_Fee       4780943   -0.12578297
17442644   2017-07-04 13:30:40   Credit      4780943    8.25974803
17442429   2017-07-04 13:00:19   Debit_ATP   c40e45d8017f270a1eeb2710755040b06ccc5fef3986666612787a6016890c89(XXXXXXXXX)      -106.37834002
17442395   2017-07-04 13:00:17   Don_Fee       4780817   -0.12589340
17442395   2017-07-04 13:00:17   Credit      4780817    8.2669996
17442149   2017-07-04 12:52:19   Don_Fee       4780800   -0.12647057
17442149   2017-07-04 12:52:19   Credit      4780800    8.30490043
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July 04, 2017, 02:02:27 PM
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I'm mining DGB Skein running 2 rigs with a total hashrate of about 5.5GH/s.

I noticed that the payments started to get irregular, even though I mine at exactly the same speed the last 24 hours. The rigs have been running at full speed continously.

Here is a paste of the latest transactions with a strange gap between 13:00 and 13:30. Usually I get about 100 DGB per hour (and 8DGB every ~5 minutes). But now it was two hours between 100 DGB's. Why is that?

TX #    Date    TX Type    TX_ID(Payment Address)    Block #    Amount
17442895   2017-07-04 13:32:27   Don_Fee       4780953   -0.12570069
17442895   2017-07-04 13:32:27   Credit      4780953    8.25434531
17442644   2017-07-04 13:30:40   Don_Fee       4780943   -0.12578297
17442644   2017-07-04 13:30:40   Credit      4780943    8.25974803
17442429   2017-07-04 13:00:19   Debit_ATP   c40e45d8017f270a1eeb2710755040b06ccc5fef3986666612787a6016890c89(XXXXXXXXX)      -106.37834002
17442395   2017-07-04 13:00:17   Don_Fee       4780817   -0.12589340
17442395   2017-07-04 13:00:17   Credit      4780817    8.2669996
17442149   2017-07-04 12:52:19   Don_Fee       4780800   -0.12647057
17442149   2017-07-04 12:52:19   Credit      4780800    8.30490043

It is going to fluctuate depending on the share rate that the pool has relative to the Net hashrate of the coin.  If more miners flood into the coin your relative hashrate and therefore share is reduced and therefore your payout is going to be less.   This is why you can't effectively mine Bitcoin directly unless you have a massive hashrate because the net hashrate of everyone in the world is massive.  It also may be that miners are shifting from one DGB algorithm to another affecting the difficulty and share of one vs another.  To maximize profits you'd have to compare your hashrate for the algorithm compared to the overall difficulty/net hashrate of the algorithm and even then if there are more miners coming to mine the coin you'll end up with less returns.  Also if the overall hashrate of the pool increases your share of all the coins found by the pool will be less as well.
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July 04, 2017, 08:13:13 PM
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It is going to fluctuate depending on the share rate that the pool has relative to the Net hashrate of the coin.  If more miners flood into the coin your relative hashrate and therefore share is reduced and therefore your payout is going to be less.   This is why you can't effectively mine Bitcoin directly unless you have a massive hashrate because the net hashrate of everyone in the world is massive.  It also may be that miners are shifting from one DGB algorithm to another affecting the difficulty and share of one vs another.  To maximize profits you'd have to compare your hashrate for the algorithm compared to the overall difficulty/net hashrate of the algorithm and even then if there are more miners coming to mine the coin you'll end up with less returns.  Also if the overall hashrate of the pool increases your share of all the coins found by the pool will be less as well.

Thanks a lot for the explaination. Yes, looks like more miners joining the pool.

The strangest thing was that sometimes the rigs just appear to be doing nothing for 30 minutes according to the payouts, but maybe that is just the fluctuations as well.

By the way, just tried setting static difficulties of 8 for my two rigs and my invalid hashrate went from ~17% all the way to 0%.
No more "booo"s from ccminer. Only "yes!". Smiley

That should affect the performance as well? Let's see
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July 05, 2017, 10:38:59 PM
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 Kinda redundant to add Litecoin since there are a lot of other pools for that already.


I am sorry but I don´t fully understand you.

You say that for example in McDonalds or Starbucks they say "hey, we have too much shops already open, we are not gonna open anymore?"

Btw, I am not gonna mine cryptcoins anymore, because too much ppl already doing it.
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July 06, 2017, 08:16:05 PM
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The other thing to keep in mind is that DGB is a VERY SMALL coin, with small network hashrate.

 There have been times I could hit 1% of TOTAL NETWORK HASHRATE with my small farm on skein or on groetsl - and I could manage 2% or a bit over on skein AND on scrypt for pool hashrate if I moved just my NVidia cards and A2 rigs over right now.

 A lot of folks "chase the profit" - and that tends to have network hashrate / difficulty bounce around a LOT on small coins like DGB.



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July 06, 2017, 08:19:11 PM
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 It also may be that miners are shifting from one DGB algorithm to another


 The only GPU mineable DGB algos are Skein and Groetsl - SHA256 has tons of ASIC options, Scrypt has quite a few, and Qubit is mined by the Baikal ASIC.

 I doubt this is a significant factor - more likely folks shifting from DGB to other coins entirely as the profitability bounces around.


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July 10, 2017, 06:05:39 AM
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Hi,

I'm new to mining and tried to mine with nvidia GT9500 with: ccminer-1.2-myr-gr.zip     --algo=myr-gr -o stratum+tcp://stratum.dgb-groestl.theblocksfactory.com:9003 -u username.worker -p x

app started and connected and shows new block incoming and hash rate, but my worker activity is NO, and there is no activitiy what so ever on left side dash board.

is that normal or am I doing something wrong, please help.

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July 10, 2017, 02:22:26 PM
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Hi,

I'm new to mining and tried to mine with nvidia GT9500 with: ccminer-1.2-myr-gr.zip     --algo=myr-gr -o stratum+tcp://stratum.dgb-groestl.theblocksfactory.com:9003 -u username.worker -p x

app started and connected and shows new block incoming and hash rate, but my worker activity is NO, and there is no activitiy what so ever on left side dash board.

is that normal or am I doing something wrong, please help.

BRs/Niksa

How long did you leave it to mine?  It can take a while for it to start showing earnings.  Also what kind of hashrate were you getting?
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July 10, 2017, 10:57:06 PM
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I keep getting a reject (Share is above target) I'm farming Phoenixcoin can anyone help?
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July 10, 2017, 11:29:55 PM
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Hi,

I'm new to mining and tried to mine with nvidia GT9500 with: ccminer-1.2-myr-gr.zip     --algo=myr-gr -o stratum+tcp://stratum.dgb-groestl.theblocksfactory.com:9003 -u username.worker -p x

app started and connected and shows new block incoming and hash rate, but my worker activity is NO, and there is no activitiy what so ever on left side dash board.

is that normal or am I doing something wrong, please help.

BRs/Niksa

 gt 9500?
 If that's the outdated card from 2008 you're calling it, I'm shocked it would work at all as it only has 32 CUDA units at a very low clock and they're ancient CUDA 1.1 that almost nothing supports any more.
 At best, you're going to get VERY RARE shares out of it - are you even getting 250 Kilohash/sec?
 For comparison, in the limited testing I did a few weeks back I'm pretty sure I was seeing around 50 Megahash/sec out of a single GTX 1070.

 Are you sure you don't mean a GTX 950?




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