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Author Topic: [ANN] profit switching auto-exchanging pool - www.middlecoin.com  (Read 812921 times)
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December 30, 2013, 01:40:43 AM
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Yeh  ur right ....I wonder if we fix that cgminer thing that h20 posted, if this may help abit
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December 30, 2013, 01:53:13 AM
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H2o: what's with the "exchange down" under the unexchange balances? Haven't seen that before.
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December 30, 2013, 01:55:24 AM
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H2o: what's with the "exchange down" under the unexchange balances? Haven't seen that before.

It just means that the server generating the stats is having trouble getting exchange rates from an exchange.

The pool server seems to be getting exchange rates fine though. I'm not sure what's up. Hopefully it resolves itself.

http://middlecoin.com - profit-switching, auto-exchanging scrypt pool that pays out in BTC
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December 30, 2013, 03:19:36 AM
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It just means that the server generating the stats is having trouble getting exchange rates from an exchange.

The pool server seems to be getting exchange rates fine though. I'm not sure what's up. Hopefully it resolves itself.
Blocked due to excessive requests maybe?

Cheers for being around to answer your mining minions =p.
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December 30, 2013, 03:47:20 AM
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I've been on middlecoin for the past two weeks with 6Mh/s. (Running 7 R9 290 cards)

Week 1, Dec 16-22, I received 1.2BTC
Week 2, Dec 23-29, I received 0.6BTC

50% decline but still making a good profit after paying for the electricity.
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December 30, 2013, 03:48:54 AM
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H2o - I was wondering if your able to upload a modified Cgminer untill you get that thing sorted, I am not sure how to de-compile and re-compile.
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December 30, 2013, 03:51:59 AM
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I've been on middlecoin for the past two weeks with 6Mh/s. (Running 7 R9 290 cards)

Week 1, Dec 16-22, I received 1.2BTC
Week 2, Dec 23-29, I received 0.6BTC

50% decline but still making a good profit after paying for the electricity.

Hey just curious, you know the MOBO how some have 1x slot 16x slot etc..... Mine has 4 - x16 and 2 - x1 and 1 x MiniPCI slot...

I know I can plug in cards on the 16x and 1 x but what about the MiniPCI? this way I can have 7 cards total on the board
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December 30, 2013, 03:56:45 AM
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Hey just curious, you know the MOBO how some have 1x slot 16x slot etc..... Mine has 4 - x16 and 2 - x1 and 1 x MiniPCI slot...

I know I can plug in cards on the 16x and 1 x but what about the MiniPCI? this way I can have 7 cards total on the board

I wouldn't put 7 cards in one machine. Too much heat and you'd also need two power supplies.  You are better off with two separate rigs in my opinion.
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December 30, 2013, 04:00:28 AM
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ALl good Wink I have worked it out You just need good ventalation and a good setup, Yes 2 Powersupplies And an adapter www.add2psu.com.


Anyway my question was can you fit a card on the MiniPCI? With an adapter offcourse? and do adapters exist?
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December 30, 2013, 04:02:58 AM
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Check this out - http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/mini-pci-e-to-PCI-e-express-1X-4X-8X-16X-Riser-Extender-adapter-USB-Card-PA-M2-/321098725120


So this means I then Only need a 1x - x16 Powered Riser cable?
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December 30, 2013, 04:06:15 AM
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Is there a point of time where they decide its time to move on to another coin, how does it work, i think there is alot of potential here

There is a lot of potential there. It's also probably rather difficult from a technical standpoint.

Middlecoin "can't" just switch to any coin at any time. This pool is pushing 9 GH/s now, how many pizzas is that anyway? Grin  

Even if the order books are there we still have the issue of "blowing up" some of the smaller faster coins and H20 is and has been aware of this for some time.

If the pool hash could somehow be load balanced Huh with dynamic quotas? so as to not overwhelm the smaller coins and allocate more hash as difficulty increases (if market demand allows), that could be a start.

Then you have the issue of fitting the orderbook/profitability metrics to the switching algorithm, getting the coins traded for btc and distributing the payout.

This is probably a huge challenge for any number of reasons, but the rewards could be significant IMO.


     I would like to know in general terms, what barriers if any could those interested help in removing?

I expect any programing that accomplishes this would be strictly proprietary in nature. If increased revenue forecast would justify funding for something like this, is that something that would interest others in the pool?
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December 30, 2013, 04:10:41 AM
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mini-PCI permits something like a 2W draw, I think. The link says to use an external power supply for whatever you're sticking in the 1x slot. Pretty sure you wouldn't want to use that.
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December 30, 2013, 04:18:09 AM
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mini-PCI permits something like a 2W draw, I think. The link says to use an external power supply for whatever you're sticking in the 1x slot. Pretty sure you wouldn't want to use that.

Yeh thats why i use the powered riser, Or even this

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Mini-PCI-E-PCI-express-to-PCI-E-1X-Card-adapter-Riser-Extender-USB-port-/271353807736?pt=AU_CablesConnectors&hash=item3f2df28378&_uhb=1

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December 30, 2013, 04:22:05 AM
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Middlecoin "can't" just switch to any coin at any time. This pool is pushing 9 GH/s now, how many pizzas is that anyway? Grin  

Even if the order books are there we still have the issue of "blowing up" some of the smaller faster coins and H20 is and has been aware of this for some time.

If the pool hash could somehow be load balanced Huh with dynamic quotas? so as to not overwhelm the smaller coins and allocate more hash as difficulty increases (if market demand allows), that could be a start.

Sure middlecoin could just switch to whatever network h2o feels like? As long as the buy orders are there on an exchange.  Heck, let's just selfish-mine these coins with blatent 51% attacks!  More profit, more BTC, less shitty alts.

Now if only middlecoin would offer auto-payouts in LTC - that's where the real potential lies for 2014.
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December 30, 2013, 04:23:32 AM
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mini-PCI permits something like a 2W draw, I think. The link says to use an external power supply for whatever you're sticking in the 1x slot. Pretty sure you wouldn't want to use that.

Yeh thats why i use the powered riser, Or even this

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Mini-PCI-E-PCI-express-to-PCI-E-1X-Card-adapter-Riser-Extender-USB-port-/271353807736?pt=AU_CablesConnectors&hash=item3f2df28378&_uhb=1

The issue I see is that there are chips and diodes in the way If I were to slide this is the slot, Strangley on the MOBO the slot is on the side Not on the top so how the hell would someone fit this in the slot. hmmm Id need a flexible version I think

Maybe you could take all this off-topic discussion to a new thread?

This thread is about middlecoin, there is a whole section about mining rigs.
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December 30, 2013, 04:34:43 AM
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My Bad... Sorry Guys.. Back to middlecoin !


So Is there anyone that was able to modify the Cgminer as to H2o spec? If someone would be able to upload it for the resst of us guys that dont code java.. decompile/re-compile etc
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December 30, 2013, 04:44:34 AM
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Middlecoin "can't" just switch to any coin at any time. This pool is pushing 9 GH/s now, how many pizzas is that anyway? Grin  

Even if the order books are there we still have the issue of "blowing up" some of the smaller faster coins and H20 is and has been aware of this for some time.

If the pool hash could somehow be load balanced Huh with dynamic quotas? so as to not overwhelm the smaller coins and allocate more hash as difficulty increases (if market demand allows), that could be a start.

Sure middlecoin could just switch to whatever network h2o feels like? As long as the buy orders are there on an exchange.  Heck, let's just selfish-mine these coins with blatent 51% attacks!  More profit, more BTC, less shitty alts.

Now if only middlecoin would offer auto-payouts in LTC - that's where the real potential lies for 2014.

This would not be within the best interest of us or h20. In fact, it isn't in our best interest to advertise middlecoin, although it is for h20, the guy with all the magic that we want to keep happy.

It's a balancing act, no doubt. And as long as it is profitable, more will come, until it is not.

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December 30, 2013, 05:53:03 AM
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Is everything working alright?

I don't seem to be accumulating much at all since the last payout though my hashrate shows up fine. My balance is blank, though most other people around my hashrate (1.4Mh/s) have a tiny amount at least.

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December 30, 2013, 06:23:37 AM
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Is everything working alright?

I don't seem to be accumulating much at all since the last payout though my hashrate shows up fine. My balance is blank, though most other people around my hashrate (1.4Mh/s) have a tiny amount at least.


Looks like we are mining to immature balance - a coin that needs to mature before it can be spent/exchanged. Look if your immature is up.
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December 30, 2013, 06:31:51 AM
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Same problem here, 10MHz but almost no increase in anything. Still accepting shares..
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