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December 07, 2013, 06:41:57 PM
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We need more miners to improve pool's hashrate. I love this pool but it would be better with 20 mhash.

My Integrated gpu is of intel and GUIMiner Script is only for amd ati radeon and cuda for nvidia so I think I can't mine with this GPU, so i am using cpu miner , dts why i am planning to use more machine currently using one.

Now do we get external GPUs will they work.  Huh
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December 07, 2013, 08:03:38 PM
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alfaz12, it's highly advisable to use a diferent address for each machine.   This isn't from a technical viewpoint (technically you could use the same address) but simply so that you can easily identify what each machine is producing and, if you have queries or problems it's easier to pinpoint which machine the problems are occurring on.

You don't need a different actual wallet on all each machine however. You can create a single wallet on one machine, and create 3 different addresses with that wallet - one address for each machine.  All your Infinitecoins mined from each of the 3 addresse will then go into that single wallet but you can still what each machine has individually produced.

Regarding the +numbers, these are the difficulty of pseudoshares that your miner will report (not to be confused with real shares that you get paid for).  The pseudoshares help your hashrate graph at http://treasurequarry.com:9844/static/graphs.html?Day  show more accurately.  If you don't include a pseudoshare difficulty after your infinitecoin address you won't get a good graph of your hashing...instead you would just get a single short and high blip every now and then.

External GPUs may suffer from a bandwidth (data transfer rate) problem in the connection to your laptop according to http://www.reddit.com/r/apple/comments/1paw41/graphics_cards_in_new_mac_pro_may_be_user/   (check out just over halfway down where they start talking about thunderbolt).  That particular thread is about bitcoin mining though which is sha-256 and gives a higher kh/s than Scrypt mining which Infinitecoin uses , so I don't know if Infinitecoin mining would be any better with an external GPU than Bitcoin.  

We need more miners to improve pool's hashrate. I love this pool but it would be better with 20 mhash.
Tell your friends, family, pets and..well..anyone about Infinitecoin and get them to join in. Smiley

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December 07, 2013, 08:24:21 PM
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alfaz12, it's highly advisable to use a diferent address for each machine.   This isn't from a technical viewpoint (technically you could use the same address) but simply so that you can easily identify what each machine is producing and, if you have queries or problems it's easier to pinpoint which machine the problems are occurring on.

You don't need a different actual wallet on all each machine however. You can create a single wallet on one machine, and create 3 different addresses with that wallet - one address for each machine.  All your Infinitecoins mined from each of the 3 addresse will then go into that single wallet but you can still what each machine has individually produced.

Regarding the +numbers, these are the difficulty of pseudoshares that your miner will report (not to be confused with real shares that you get paid for).  The pseudoshares help your hashrate graph at http://treasurequarry.com:9844/static/graphs.html?Day  show more accurately.  If you don't include a pseudoshare difficulty after your infinitecoin address you won't get a good graph of your hashing...instead you would just get a single short and high blip every now and then.

External GPUs may suffer from a bandwidth (data transfer rate) problem in the connection to your laptop according to http://www.reddit.com/r/apple/comments/1paw41/graphics_cards_in_new_mac_pro_may_be_user/   (check out just over halfway down where they start talking about thunderbolt).  That particular thread is about bitcoin mining though which is sha-256 and gives a higher kh/s than Scrypt mining which Infinitecoin uses , so I don't know if Infinitecoin mining would be any better with an external GPU than Bitcoin.  

We need more miners to improve pool's hashrate. I love this pool but it would be better with 20 mhash.
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December 08, 2013, 02:36:02 AM
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alfaz12, it's highly advisable to use a diferent address for each machine.   This isn't from a technical viewpoint (technically you could use the same address) but simply so that you can easily identify what each machine is producing and, if you have queries or problems it's easier to pinpoint which machine the problems are occurring on.

You don't need a different actual wallet on all each machine however. You can create a single wallet on one machine, and create 3 different addresses with that wallet - one address for each machine.  All your Infinitecoins mined from each of the 3 addresse will then go into that single wallet but you can still what each machine has individually produced.

Regarding the +numbers, these are the difficulty of pseudoshares that your miner will report (not to be confused with real shares that you get paid for).  The pseudoshares help your hashrate graph at http://treasurequarry.com:9844/static/graphs.html?Day  show more accurately.  If you don't include a pseudoshare difficulty after your infinitecoin address you won't get a good graph of your hashing...instead you would just get a single short and high blip every now and then.

External GPUs may suffer from a bandwidth (data transfer rate) problem in the connection to your laptop according to http://www.reddit.com/r/apple/comments/1paw41/graphics_cards_in_new_mac_pro_may_be_user/   (check out just over halfway down where they start talking about thunderbolt).  That particular thread is about bitcoin mining though which is sha-256 and gives a higher kh/s than Scrypt mining which Infinitecoin uses , so I don't know if Infinitecoin mining would be any better with an external GPU than Bitcoin.  

We need more miners to improve pool's hashrate. I love this pool but it would be better with 20 mhash.
Tell your friends, family, pets and..well..anyone about Infinitecoin and get them to join in. Smiley




I think you are right that external GPUs may not do the trick , currently am using three core2duo machines , will let you know how it goes , well I have mined 1362.3326974 IFC from one machine and I have started like 20 hrs ago. I think you are totally right about external graphics card and yes GPUs are dead for mining Bitcoins as now they have their own ASIC devies and even old ASIC Devices are not all worthy to use and you'll need some good new devices , some few good new devices will come out in coming months.

Now what if I spend some money and buy a Graphics cards to mine IFC for my laptop any suggestion which AMD should I go for , I have checked that LTC Mining comparison page but am still a bit confused . I have windows Vista 64bit on one and Windows 7 32 bit on the other.


Thankyou very much for your time. 
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December 08, 2013, 10:05:49 AM
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alfaz12, it's highly advisable to use a diferent address for each machine.   This isn't from a technical viewpoint (technically you could use the same address) but simply so that you can easily identify what each machine is producing and, if you have queries or problems it's easier to pinpoint which machine the problems are occurring on.

You don't need a different actual wallet on all each machine however. You can create a single wallet on one machine, and create 3 different addresses with that wallet - one address for each machine.  All your Infinitecoins mined from each of the 3 addresse will then go into that single wallet but you can still what each machine has individually produced.

Regarding the +numbers, these are the difficulty of pseudoshares that your miner will report (not to be confused with real shares that you get paid for).  The pseudoshares help your hashrate graph at http://treasurequarry.com:9844/static/graphs.html?Day  show more accurately.  If you don't include a pseudoshare difficulty after your infinitecoin address you won't get a good graph of your hashing...instead you would just get a single short and high blip every now and then.

External GPUs may suffer from a bandwidth (data transfer rate) problem in the connection to your laptop according to http://www.reddit.com/r/apple/comments/1paw41/graphics_cards_in_new_mac_pro_may_be_user/   (check out just over halfway down where they start talking about thunderbolt).  That particular thread is about bitcoin mining though which is sha-256 and gives a higher kh/s than Scrypt mining which Infinitecoin uses , so I don't know if Infinitecoin mining would be any better with an external GPU than Bitcoin.  

We need more miners to improve pool's hashrate. I love this pool but it would be better with 20 mhash.
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Another thing that I will like to ask , lets say if I am mining on three different mahcines, now as you told me to keep IFC Wallet on one machine and can assign different Address to other machines , now if I am getting the coins in the wallet , how would I know for what particular address i am getting it for . Thankyou
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December 08, 2013, 03:55:20 PM
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If you use the method of just having one central wallet for 3 addresses the easiest way to identify what you've receive for each individual address is to search for that address in the block explorer.  On thinking further about this it may be more simple to have a separate wallet on each machine but the choice is what you find most convenient really and whether you want to use the disk-space on each of your machines for the blockchain.

According to the Litecoin hardware comparison page at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison the fastest AMD laptop GPUs seem to be the AMD 6990M and  AMD 7970M .  I'd be verrry reticent to advise GPU mining on a laptop though.  From what I've read you'll be likely to have big problems with heat and could possibly fry your machine.  

 

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If you use the method of just having one central wallet for 3 addresses the easiest way to identify what you've receive for each individual address is to search for that address in the block explorer.  On thinking further about this it may be more simple to have a separate wallet on each machine but the choice is what you find most convenient really and whether you want to use the disk-space on each of your machines for the blockchain.

According to the Litecoin hardware comparison page at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison the fastest AMD laptop GPUs seem to be the AMD 6990M and  AMD 7970M .  I'd be verrry reticent to advise GPU mining on a laptop though.  From what I've read you'll be likely to have big problems with heat and could possibly fry your machine.  

 

Thanks a lot dear for all your help , very gracious of you , I will see whether to go with a CPU or buy a GPU for my laptop , it all depends on my next salary . So as of now I will stick on to CPUMining , any suggestion for a good GPU for a tower or CPU unit.
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If you use the method of just having one central wallet for 3 addresses the easiest way to identify what you've receive for each individual address is to search for that address in the block explorer.  On thinking further about this it may be more simple to have a separate wallet on each machine but the choice is what you find most convenient really and whether you want to use the disk-space on each of your machines for the blockchain.

According to the Litecoin hardware comparison page at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison the fastest AMD laptop GPUs seem to be the AMD 6990M and  AMD 7970M .  I'd be verrry reticent to advise GPU mining on a laptop though.  From what I've read you'll be likely to have big problems with heat and could possibly fry your machine.  

 


another thing that I would like to ask if you are mining on android devices what app do you use and do we need keep our IFC Wallet running during the mining process or we can turn it off or exit.
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December 08, 2013, 11:53:43 PM
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If you use the method of just having one central wallet for 3 addresses the easiest way to identify what you've receive for each individual address is to search for that address in the block explorer.  On thinking further about this it may be more simple to have a separate wallet on each machine but the choice is what you find most convenient really and whether you want to use the disk-space on each of your machines for the blockchain.

According to the Litecoin hardware comparison page at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison the fastest AMD laptop GPUs seem to be the AMD 6990M and  AMD 7970M .  I'd be verrry reticent to advise GPU mining on a laptop though.  From what I've read you'll be likely to have big problems with heat and could possibly fry your machine.   

 

Thanks a lot dear for all your help , very gracious of you , I will see whether to go with a CPU or buy a GPU for my laptop , it all depends on my next salary . So as of now I will stick on to CPUMining , any suggestion for a good GPU for a tower or CPU unit.

I highly recommend that you try another IFC pool. I guarantee that you will make substantially more, given the same time period.

If you don't make more, I will point 750 khash to any pool of your choosing for 24 hours. Grin

Btw, whatever you do.. DO NOT build a psuedo mining rig. Tongue

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If you use the method of just having one central wallet for 3 addresses the easiest way to identify what you've receive for each individual address is to search for that address in the block explorer.  On thinking further about this it may be more simple to have a separate wallet on each machine but the choice is what you find most convenient really and whether you want to use the disk-space on each of your machines for the blockchain.

According to the Litecoin hardware comparison page at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison the fastest AMD laptop GPUs seem to be the AMD 6990M and  AMD 7970M .  I'd be verrry reticent to advise GPU mining on a laptop though.  From what I've read you'll be likely to have big problems with heat and could possibly fry your machine.   

 

Thanks a lot dear for all your help , very gracious of you , I will see whether to go with a CPU or buy a GPU for my laptop , it all depends on my next salary . So as of now I will stick on to CPUMining , any suggestion for a good GPU for a tower or CPU unit.

I highly recommend that you try another IFC pool. I guarantee that you will make substantially more, given the same time period.

If you don't make more, I will point 750 khash to any pool of your choosing for 24 hours. Grin

Btw, whatever you do.. DO NOT build a psuedo mining rig. Tongue



hello there , were you refering to me , I think http://treasurequarry.com/ is the most authentic pool don't know about the rest , plus i don't have enough money to make a rig and kind of energy crisis we have here , laptop is currently the best choice otherwise you need to buy generator or ups with the rig , one CPU can work but still need a ups.
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December 09, 2013, 02:03:45 AM
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Thanks, alfaz12.  You were asking about a GPU for a tower unit, alfaz12.  AMD's 5970, 6990,  7950, 7970  and 7990 all seem to be popular cards.  I seem to hear a lot of people talking about the 7950 and 7970 in particular.  Their individual wattages and estimated kh/s are on the Litecoin hardware comparison site at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison .

I don't really know anything about mining on an android device but I don't think you'll get much of a hashrate.  All I can advise on that is to maybe check out the reviews at Google's Play Store https://play.google.com/store/search?q=litecoin%20miner&hl=en_GB 

With all the pool mining software I'm aware of you don't need to keep your Infinitecoin wallet open during mining.  You can just shut it down if you like.  Then when you choose to reopen it, any Infinitecoins that you've earned in the pool will show as the wallet gets itself up-to-date with downloading the blocks .   

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Thanks, alfaz12.  You were asking about a GPU for a tower unit, alfaz12.  AMD's 5970, 6990,  7950, 7970  and 7990 all seem to be popular cards.  I seem to hear a lot of people talking about the 7950 and 7970 in particular.  Their individual wattages and estimated kh/s are on the Litecoin hardware comparison site at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison .

I don't really know anything about mining on an android device but I don't think you'll get much of a hashrate.  All I can advise on that is to maybe check out the reviews at Google's Play Store https://play.google.com/store/search?q=litecoin%20miner&hl=en_GB 

With all the pool mining software I'm aware of you don't need to keep your Infinitecoin wallet open during mining.  You can just shut it down if you like.  Then when you choose to reopen it, any Infinitecoins that you've earned in the pool will show as the wallet gets itself up-to-date with downloading the blocks .   

Again dear , thanks a ton , you have really helped not only me but the newbies around us alot , i will let you know about the card that I am going for in a few days time , actually I found a tower last night in our store room , not too old but definitely need some working so let see how much money I can squeeze from next salary.
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December 09, 2013, 05:29:02 AM
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If you use the method of just having one central wallet for 3 addresses the easiest way to identify what you've receive for each individual address is to search for that address in the block explorer.  On thinking further about this it may be more simple to have a separate wallet on each machine but the choice is what you find most convenient really and whether you want to use the disk-space on each of your machines for the blockchain.

According to the Litecoin hardware comparison page at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison the fastest AMD laptop GPUs seem to be the AMD 6990M and  AMD 7970M .  I'd be verrry reticent to advise GPU mining on a laptop though.  From what I've read you'll be likely to have big problems with heat and could possibly fry your machine.   

 

Thanks a lot dear for all your help , very gracious of you , I will see whether to go with a CPU or buy a GPU for my laptop , it all depends on my next salary . So as of now I will stick on to CPUMining , any suggestion for a good GPU for a tower or CPU unit.

I highly recommend that you try another IFC pool. I guarantee that you will make substantially more, given the same time period.

If you don't make more, I will point 750 khash to any pool of your choosing for 24 hours. Grin

Btw, whatever you do.. DO NOT build a psuedo mining rig. Tongue



hello there , were you refering to me , I think http://treasurequarry.com/ is the most authentic pool don't know about the rest , plus i don't have enough money to make a rig and kind of energy crisis we have here , laptop is currently the best choice otherwise you need to buy generator or ups with the rig , one CPU can work but still need a ups.

The only way to know is to try one or two.

This psuedo share crap is bull shit. You deserve to be paid for 100% of your hashpower's time.

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If you use the method of just having one central wallet for 3 addresses the easiest way to identify what you've receive for each individual address is to search for that address in the block explorer.  On thinking further about this it may be more simple to have a separate wallet on each machine but the choice is what you find most convenient really and whether you want to use the disk-space on each of your machines for the blockchain.

According to the Litecoin hardware comparison page at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison the fastest AMD laptop GPUs seem to be the AMD 6990M and  AMD 7970M .  I'd be verrry reticent to advise GPU mining on a laptop though.  From what I've read you'll be likely to have big problems with heat and could possibly fry your machine.   

 

Thanks a lot dear for all your help , very gracious of you , I will see whether to go with a CPU or buy a GPU for my laptop , it all depends on my next salary . So as of now I will stick on to CPUMining , any suggestion for a good GPU for a tower or CPU unit.

I highly recommend that you try another IFC pool. I guarantee that you will make substantially more, given the same time period.

If you don't make more, I will point 750 khash to any pool of your choosing for 24 hours. Grin

Btw, whatever you do.. DO NOT build a psuedo mining rig. Tongue



hello there , were you refering to me , I think http://treasurequarry.com/ is the most authentic pool don't know about the rest , plus i don't have enough money to make a rig and kind of energy crisis we have here , laptop is currently the best choice otherwise you need to buy generator or ups with the rig , one CPU can work but still need a ups.

The only way to know is to try one or two.

This psuedo share crap is bull shit. You deserve to be paid for 100% of your hashpower's time.


Okay dear , thanks for the suggestion.
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Thanks, alfaz12.  You were asking about a GPU for a tower unit, alfaz12.  AMD's 5970, 6990,  7950, 7970  and 7990 all seem to be popular cards.  I seem to hear a lot of people talking about the 7950 and 7970 in particular.  Their individual wattages and estimated kh/s are on the Litecoin hardware comparison site at https://litecoin.info/Mining_hardware_comparison .

I don't really know anything about mining on an android device but I don't think you'll get much of a hashrate.  All I can advise on that is to maybe check out the reviews at Google's Play Store https://play.google.com/store/search?q=litecoin%20miner&hl=en_GB 

With all the pool mining software I'm aware of you don't need to keep your Infinitecoin wallet open during mining.  You can just shut it down if you like.  Then when you choose to reopen it, any Infinitecoins that you've earned in the pool will show as the wallet gets itself up-to-date with downloading the blocks .   

Another problem pal , may be you have the answer , as I told you I am currently mining on Two machine (laptops Core2Duo) One of them is showing my earning of IFCs in my wallet , the other is mining for the last 30 Hours but has not shown a coin or earning , now when I went to IFC Block Exlplorer website http://infinitecoin.wordpress.com/block-explorer/ to check my address status , one of the address is shown in the network the other is not shown in the network, don't know what to do, Both Machines started mining at the same time but one has started showing the earning the other address is not even shown in the network. and I inserted my address the same way (minerd -o http://treasurequarry.com:9844 -u YOURINFINITECOINADDRESS+0.00011641 -p x) you told us to do. what to do should I wait, but why is one laptop is showing earnings and yes both has different wallets synced on both the machines.

Now I don't know how to post image over here otherwise I would showed that both are mining. Using CPUMiner seperately
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Can you tell me the IFC addresses you're using to mine and your hashrates, alfaz12?  It sounds like one machine has found a share whereas another has not yet. 

The reason why one address isn't showing on the network on the block explorer would simply be because the network has never known of any payments going to that address yet.

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Can you tell me the IFC addresses you're using to mine and your hashrates, alfaz12?  It sounds like one machine has found a share whereas another has not yet. 

The reason why one address isn't showing on the network on the block explorer would simply be because the network has never known of any payments going to that address yet.

This is the address iA6Yvv44fv2onsMHHZeiCWJT9W4i6LiuBn and hash rate is between 3.0KH/S to 5.6KH/S
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Can you tell me the IFC addresses you're using to mine and your hashrates, alfaz12?  It sounds like one machine has found a share whereas another has not yet. 

The reason why one address isn't showing on the network on the block explorer would simply be because the network has never known of any payments going to that address yet.

for this address iGFsfap8SV8eMaTECwXfWMviM8NJck9bhm , yes I did recieve transaction 24 hrs ago , but I have been mining for the last 24hrs but not recieved any new transaction , usually i get by this time. 11:00pm GMT + 5 , so over here by 4:00am
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Pool share difficulty at the moment is 0.108 so at constant mining at say 4 kh/s you'd be likely to find a share in about 1.34 days according to the Coinwarz calculator at http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/infinitecoin-mining-calculator/?h=4&p=500.00&pc=0.10&pf=0.00&d=0.10800000&r=65536.00000000&er=0.00000001&hc=0.00  . As it says there, this can very greatly depending on your luck.  Once you find a share you'll then start getting payments until that share runs out, or, if you find a further share before the first runs out, until that further share runs out etc.

With the hashrate that you mentioned it's best to use  iA6Yvv44fv2onsMHHZeiCWJT9W4i6LiuBn+0.00000582 rather than the +0.00011641 that you've posted.  This will help your hashrate graphs look more accurate.  At the moment I can only see red peaks mostly at around 1kh/s on your hourly graph.

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Pool share difficulty at the moment is 0.108 so at constant mining at say 4 kh/s you'd be likely to find a share in about 1.34 days according to the Coinwarz calculator at http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/infinitecoin-mining-calculator/?h=4&p=500.00&pc=0.10&pf=0.00&d=0.10800000&r=65536.00000000&er=0.00000001&hc=0.00  . As it says there, this can very greatly depending on your luck.  Once you find a share you'll then start getting payments until that share runs out, or, if you find a further share before the first runs out, until that further share runs out etc.

With the hashrate that you mentioned it's best to use  iA6Yvv44fv2onsMHHZeiCWJT9W4i6LiuBn+0.00000582 rather than the +0.00011641 that you've posted.  This will help your hashrate graphs look more accurate.  At the moment I can only see red peaks mostly at around 1kh/s on your hourly graph.


Yes I have been using +0.00000582 , I may have written it wrong the other one +0.00011641. Thankyou again , I will see how it goes , I have been using 0.00000582 from the start though , have recieved 8000 ifc uptill now , but not a single transaction for the last 24 hrs. though.
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