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November 18, 2020, 01:47:15 AM
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I noticed that the difficulty for some coins can the different on some mining pools and trying to figure how that can be. to give you example heres zergpool and zpool.

Mining on 3 wallets at 5.5 Mh/s, 228 miners
   Horizen (equihash)   7.5 ZEN   12.398 M   831 819   2 months   26.3 kh/s   link   0.00316
   PirateChain (equihash)   64 ARRR   514.753 M   1 146 496   50 mins   5 Mh/s   link   0.00241
   Komodo (equihash)   3 KMD   174.191 M   2 142 274   3 hours   397.8 kh/s   link   0.00219
this zergpool notice komodo.

Name: Komodo

Symbol: KMD

Version: 3000000

Reward: 3.000312

Height: 2142280

Difficulty: 355403.223
this is zpool
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November 19, 2020, 05:43:59 PM
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I noticed that the difficulty for some coins can the different on some mining pools and trying to figure how that can be. to give you example heres zergpool and zpool.

Mining on 3 wallets at 5.5 Mh/s, 228 miners
   Horizen (equihash)   7.5 ZEN   12.398 M   831 819   2 months   26.3 kh/s   link   0.00316
   PirateChain (equihash)   64 ARRR   514.753 M   1 146 496   50 mins   5 Mh/s   link   0.00241
   Komodo (equihash)   3 KMD   174.191 M   2 142 274   3 hours   397.8 kh/s   link   0.00219
this zergpool notice komodo.

Name: Komodo

Symbol: KMD

Version: 3000000

Reward: 3.000312

Height: 2142280

Difficulty: 355403.223
this is zpool

coins running on the KMD network are funky. KMD has its own way of calculating diff so what you see on zpool, is the proper mining diff, but the diff you see in the M range in other places, is simply what's spit out from the getdifficulty

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