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October 17, 2012, 11:14:40 PM
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Just started out in the world so am learning and seeing what pools are good so far this is one I do not think am going to be staying on unless it proves its self in figures or am a gone to another.

If you plan to hop pools, this pool is nothing for you, as the variance is higher then a PPS/dgm pool.  If you stay with only 1 pool, in the long run, this pool will give you correct payments for your work.
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October 19, 2012, 01:25:06 PM
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Well the problem is that you guys are not maintaining your hash power in the pool, and that will increase the time that the pool takes to find a block.
For now i cant mine because my laptop is tired, giving me errors on the graphic card. But wen i get my Jalapeño i will always continue on this pool.

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November 28, 2012, 01:08:05 AM
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Just for your information:

GBT mining is now active on our pool.  We're looking into variable difference and stratum but this will take more time.


For now, we can handle ASICS by using GBT.  Happy mining!
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January 20, 2013, 11:12:25 AM
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Our apologies for the outage of the website yesterday.  Please note that all realtime updates on our pool can be found on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/triplemining
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January 22, 2013, 03:27:37 AM
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Evening!

I noticed that the last block found is still calculating the payout - is something stuck?
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January 22, 2013, 09:16:19 AM
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Evening!

I noticed that the last block found is still calculating the payout - is something stuck?


It is calculated now
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January 27, 2013, 06:52:10 AM
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Just for your information:

GBT mining is now active on our pool.  We're looking into variable difference and stratum but this will take more time.


For now, we can handle ASICS by using GBT.  Happy mining!

Any word on this - variable difficulty will significantly reduce server/bandwidth load on your end.  And i have noticed that on your pool according to bfgminer my hash rate by accepted shares is lower..  Is there some specific i need to do to use GBT or is their a way to make mining more efficient with your pool to get my accepted share hash rate up... 
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January 29, 2013, 09:53:14 AM
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Any word on this - variable difficulty will significantly reduce server/bandwidth load on your end.  And i have noticed that on your pool according to bfgminer my hash rate by accepted shares is lower..  Is there some specific i need to do to use GBT or is their a way to make mining more efficient with your pool to get my accepted share hash rate up... 

GBT is automatically detected and used so this should not be any problem.  Wht do you mean with "lower accepted shares"?  This should not be the case.

We are aware that variable difficutly will reducte  load and we're looking into it.
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January 29, 2013, 05:11:56 PM
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Any word on this - variable difficulty will significantly reduce server/bandwidth load on your end.  And i have noticed that on your pool according to bfgminer my hash rate by accepted shares is lower..  Is there some specific i need to do to use GBT or is their a way to make mining more efficient with your pool to get my accepted share hash rate up... 

GBT is automatically detected and used so this should not be any problem.  Wht do you mean with "lower accepted shares"?  This should not be the case.

We are aware that variable difficutly will reducte  load and we're looking into it.

BFGminer shows a hash rate (in newer versions) that is based on shares actually accepted by the pool.  Really the most important rate in my mind.  What i meant was that the accepted share hash rate is lower than on other pools using stratum - i have tested against slush and btcguild.

It may not be protocol based - it could just be server load when there is a lot of simultaneous activity - i don't really know how to look at that.  But thats why i was suggesting the vardiff because it would reduce server load and bandwidth and possibly improve overall share rate.
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February 08, 2013, 03:18:57 AM
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I don't really understand this pool, but I like the asteroid/robot picture on the front page Smiley

I'm guessing it gives cpu miners at least a chance of getting some bitcoins, which is rather charitable.. and I'm sure that a cpu miner receiving a half-coin would feel the same as a mediocre miner like me actually solving a block!

I like small pools, I'll give it a try. Hopefully lady luck is on our side this weekend!

*edit* I now have a team! Feel free to join "The Smokin' Hashers" at http://shmadz.triplemining.com  Cool

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February 10, 2013, 11:21:33 PM
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I don't really understand this pool, but I like the asteroid/robot picture on the front page Smiley

Our robots are indeed cool!

If you have any questions about our pool, feel free to ask!
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February 20, 2013, 01:11:03 AM
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lol.  in the OP, it says you guys haven't found any blocks yet...

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February 23, 2013, 01:56:27 PM
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lol.  in the OP, it says you guys haven't found any blocks yet...

Trying to find that text to change it, where exactly did you read this?
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March 12, 2013, 06:39:51 PM
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Just to confirm, Triplemining has switched back to 0.7

We recommend following us on twitter: twitter.com/triplemining to be kept up to date on our urgent latest news.
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March 15, 2013, 04:38:19 PM
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Stratum mining is now active: stratum.triplemining.com port 3334.  Please use stratum instead of getwork/GBT  if you can, it's much more efficient!
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March 25, 2013, 06:40:19 PM
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Noob question. The API key that is visible on the Workers page...how bad is it if somebody other than me knows that key?

Thank you for your time.

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March 25, 2013, 08:06:01 PM
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Noob question. The API key that is visible on the Workers page...how bad is it if somebody other than me knows that key?

They will be able to "see" your account: see how much you are mining etc.  The api key will currently only provide read-only access to some parts, and if we ever change that in the future, you will never be able to do something "wrong" with the key such as changing the payout address or something else.
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March 27, 2013, 01:07:10 AM
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Noob question. The API key that is visible on the Workers page...how bad is it if somebody other than me knows that key?

They will be able to "see" your account: see how much you are mining etc.  The api key will currently only provide read-only access to some parts, and if we ever change that in the future, you will never be able to do something "wrong" with the key such as changing the payout address or something else.

Good to know...ty ty! Cheesy
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March 30, 2013, 01:08:53 PM
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We're currently having issues.  Hardware is such an unreliable factor Smiley

Unfortunately, we will be down for some time until we can order/get new hardware.  



UPDATE: We're back online!
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April 02, 2013, 07:58:30 PM
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I really like your service but I think you need a few things in the help to make it all a little more clear to your users:

-You have on your transaction page the following:
 Blocks expected to find per 24h and in the ? sign you need to multiply this with the rewards to get an estimate / day. wouldnt it be way more confident to just put an other column below that calculates this for the user now it looks like they are making a fraction of whats below and I guess that is not what you guys mean.

-If someone adds him / herself to a minipool while the one is already in a other minipool what hapens is the old one disconnected or doesnt anything happen at all?

-what is the plus to enter a big minipool? what I am understanding now is that a big pull makes more chance to win the lottery or am I mistaken? and if so how is this distributed?

-I am reading that a lot of people are using linux (most ubuntu) maybe you should add a tutorial for them what miners they can use and what kind of commands are the best to use.
(I am an ubuntu user myself and I did find it out myself but I had to help my room mate to set this up.)

-there are more miners than these and I found out that per system its quite diffrend what miner you should use (cpu strong computers that have a weak gpu should use a miner that does ether cpu or cpu and gpu and not one that mines only with a gpu)


I do not have loads of knowledge about mining so please correct me if i am mistaken but i think that loads of newbee users can benefit from this

and maybe its nice to put something on the frontpage that says something like already found # blocks! I have read a few times (not only on this forum) that they thought you guys did not solve any block yet looking at the twitter page that is not true at all!

I think a setup like this will attract more users to your site
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