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Author Topic: [ANN] profit switching auto-exchanging pool - www.middlecoin.com  (Read 811201 times)
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December 17, 2013, 02:02:11 PM
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Website offline but miners seem still to work Smiley
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December 17, 2013, 02:03:30 PM
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Website working fine for me
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December 17, 2013, 02:11:13 PM
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Hashrate seems to have increased from 2.5GH to 3.6GH in less than 48 hours. Thats amazing.

Im sorry but I cant see why this would be amazing for anyone.
Sure, we need a basic and steady "engine" like 1gh maybe. Everything more does not give you or anyone any advantage - in fact it might only get into a disadvantage if it continues to grow (pools capacity is obviously capped somewhere and you have to expand it, or get into serious troubles).

Or do I miss something? Im not that long within the coins stuff at all. Or do you just wanted to say "wow, this pool seems to rock. This is even indicated by the increase of hashing power"?

Besides,
I am interested if (if I'm right with the above) the steady increase in hashing power is a serious concern for the pool operator? Do we need to split or something like that?

And,
are you splitting hashrates right now into several coins or are all mining the same? As some mentioned, to much gh/s on a thin coin can damage it. Wouldn't it be good to - lets say - split it: half of hashing power is used for LTC, the rest for something more risky? Of course the total earnings have to come together and get splitted to everyone according to dirstibuted hashpower to be fair and equal.



Please share some thoughts....

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December 17, 2013, 02:12:19 PM
Last edit: December 17, 2013, 02:26:39 PM by Pay87
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Website working fine for me

Very strange can't open it. Also whats strange I have a small rig which got payed out without problems last two days, but my big rig with 3 pc connecting with one BTC address got not payed out yet or I can't see the payment in the wallet yet.. Sad
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December 17, 2013, 02:26:01 PM
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Hashrate seems to have increased from 2.5GH to 3.6GH in less than 48 hours. Thats amazing.

Im sorry but I cant see why this would be amazing for anyone.
Sure, we need a basic and steady "engine" like 1gh maybe. Everything more does not give you or anyone any advantage - in fact it might only get into a disadvantage if it continues to grow (pools capacity is obviously capped somewhere and you have to expand it, or get into serious troubles).

Or do I miss something? Im not that long within the coins stuff at all. Or do you just wanted to say "wow, this pool seems to rock. This is even indicated by the increase of hashing power"?

Besides,
I am interested if (if I'm right with the above) the steady increase in hashing power is a serious concern for the pool operator? Do we need to split or something like that?

And,
are you splitting hashrates right now into several coins or are all mining the same? As some mentioned, to much gh/s on a thin coin can damage it. Wouldn't it be good to - lets say - split it: half of hashing power is used for LTC, the rest for something more risky? Of course the total earnings have to come together and get splitted to everyone according to dirstibuted hashpower to be fair and equal.



Please share some thoughts....

Well its definitely amazing for the operator because he gets a cut of all that, but for me it just reinforces my decision to mine here rather than somewhere else. If others are moving here I assume its because the payouts are better than elsewhere.

If it gets too big will it 'break' the coins it lands on? I don't know but it hasn't happened yet and we expected that he'd be unable to cash in the coins from the last two days, but he did so he must know what he's doing.
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December 17, 2013, 02:27:52 PM
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Please someone of middlecoin check that Transaction ( http://middlecoin.com/reports/191Y8iU9PtPr7XsGVi3gdFMdVwmH9XTzqR.html )

As far as I understand 0.36333083 BTC were sent ?
But I did not got them into my btc wallet yet, any explanation ?

Thanks!
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December 17, 2013, 02:56:55 PM
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Please someone of middlecoin check that Transaction ( http://middlecoin.com/reports/191Y8iU9PtPr7XsGVi3gdFMdVwmH9XTzqR.html )

As far as I understand 0.36333083 BTC were sent ?
But I did not got them into my btc wallet yet, any explanation ?

Thanks!

If your address is correct the coins are there. The transaction is long confirmed and the network verifies that the coins were sent to that address, so if you don't have them, there's an issue somewhere on your end.
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December 17, 2013, 03:08:26 PM
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Please someone of middlecoin check that Transaction ( http://middlecoin.com/reports/191Y8iU9PtPr7XsGVi3gdFMdVwmH9XTzqR.html )

As far as I understand 0.36333083 BTC were sent ?
But I did not got them into my btc wallet yet, any explanation ?

Thanks!

http://blockchain.info/tx/76756523491fa3a5e06ab28875ab3084488414d89d9ec6ca95833cc30dab3c44

Has 63 confirmations and shows:
191Y8iU9PtPr7XsGVi3gdFMdVwmH9XTzqR 0.21732087 BTC


http://blockchain.info/address/191Y8iU9PtPr7XsGVi3gdFMdVwmH9XTzqR
This also shows the 0.21732087 BTC hitting that address at 2013-12-17 06:39:33 UTC



The previous day's payment (0.14600996 BTC) also shows up at http://blockchain.info/address/191Y8iU9PtPr7XsGVi3gdFMdVwmH9XTzqR at 2013-12-16 02:32:05 UTC


With that same amount being moved on to two other addresses at 2013-12-17 00:27:48 UTC

Hope that helps!
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December 17, 2013, 03:10:55 PM
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Please ensure and tripple check, that its your right address. Well its quite obvious, that you have to update the blockchain in your wallet, right? Please make sure, that it is really up to date. Otherwise you cannot see the transmission in your wallet. If address is correct and wallet blockchain up to date, the only idea I have left is:
Delete everything in %APPDATA%/bitcoin/     !!EXCEPT!!  wallet.dat (you surely have some backups of it hopefully anyway, if not: do it right now Wink and copy it before restarting bitcoin-qt). Restart Bitcoin-qt and check, if the new sync will help you out (well in fact it must do the job .... ).



@Shastada: thanks for your clarification. Agreed, OP seems to do a really god job.

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December 17, 2013, 04:03:19 PM
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Thanks for all the posts regarding my problem.
I migrated to BitcoinQT from Multibit now and syncing whole chain.
Hopefully Multibit just did not show it right.
I will give a feedback as soon as syncing with BitcoinQT is complete (this should take some hours).

Thanks!  Wink
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December 17, 2013, 04:37:50 PM
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How accurate is the "Accepted MH/s (Last Hour)" and "Rejected MH/s" (Last Hour) fields?

Im mining with 2 cards at 480 khash and about 4% stale shares.
But the stats page is listing them as 0.38 and 0.37 with a blank rejected field.
Where is the missing 210 khash? Thats 20% of the hashing power not accounted for.


http://middlecoin.com/#1HrJZEj4fLaxi5UaPMEFPSAfP6KELdBSmy
http://middlecoin.com/#1KkWcM1Vw8JvYnTVLsJFypCmd1hiV934XV
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December 17, 2013, 04:40:11 PM
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How long ago did you start? Mine varies from all the way down to ~.95 up to 1.35. My actual is around 1145 kH/s, but ~1070 WU. It always takes about an hour or 2 to get stable.

BTC - 1Comr6M3WohRK94Wi1PVTV8szhxjzLd9yd
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December 17, 2013, 04:56:58 PM
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How accurate is the "Accepted MH/s (Last Hour)" and "Rejected MH/s" (Last Hour) fields?

Im mining with 2 cards at 480 khash and about 4% stale shares.
But the stats page is listing them as 0.38 and 0.37 with a blank rejected field.
Where is the missing 210 khash? Thats 20% of the hashing power not accounted for.


http://middlecoin.com/#1HrJZEj4fLaxi5UaPMEFPSAfP6KELdBSmy
http://middlecoin.com/#1KkWcM1Vw8JvYnTVLsJFypCmd1hiV934XV

Just give it some hours up to a day and it should show up right.  Wink
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December 17, 2013, 05:51:34 PM
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Its been running since yesterday. with a ~20 second downtime several hours ago when i restarted guiminer to get fresh stats.

Whats going on? middlecoin is only showing the hashrate for one of my cards, but both have submitted the same amount of shares?
Seems to have happened directly after the payout.
Iv pointed the miners to different addresses now to see if that solves it. But if the stats are correct iv lost 9h of doge mining  on one card Angry

http://middlecoin.com/reports/12KA96Te7pUKxZ8Jy6QntLABL946FyxvRG.html

Im now mining on 1HrJZEj4fLaxi5UaPMEFPSAfP6KELdBSmy with a second card.

Edit: with only one 480 mhash card pointed on 12KA96Te7pUKxZ8Jy6QntLABL946FyxvRG it lists the hasrate as 0.3728 and the reject field is empty. Coingeeks graph lists a reject of 0.01.Mhash.

Iv now pointed both cards on new adresses.
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December 17, 2013, 06:45:35 PM
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Report from the Mineshaft - DOGEing Bullets (during a Chinese Fire Drill)
http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=report_from_the_mineshaft-dogeing_bullets_during_a_chinese_fire_drill

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December 17, 2013, 06:50:59 PM
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So between having some rigs pointed at doge and some here, these last two days have been entertaining  Grin
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December 17, 2013, 08:48:13 PM
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Just noticed my payout. BTC.015 for 380 kh/s or so!  I should stop doubting  Grin  I don't know how he does it but I really don't care at this point.
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December 17, 2013, 08:59:24 PM
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Is it profitable mining by CPU here?

Let's Color the MOON: YMnKCParE88kWBDqWieWhbra1w56F9SyaZ
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December 17, 2013, 09:09:26 PM
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Is it profitable mining by CPU here?

I really don't think so.
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December 17, 2013, 09:09:37 PM
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Hashrate seems to have increased from 2.5GH to 3.6GH in less than 48 hours. Thats amazing.

going to mean lower profits Sad

Though we've done excellently these past few days.
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