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January 23, 2018, 08:34:55 PM
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Getting sporadic drops in stratum availability for most of the coins I'm trying to mine (C11/Xevan). Works for 5-10 minutes, then dies and doesn't come back for a while.

What command do you run, password argument?

I had used "workername,c=FLAX" for the c11 mining password (using option 3 with a preestablished BTC address as userid). I am wondering now if the workername part is causing some confusion for your coin detection logic. I'll try again without the workername and see if that helps.

c11 picked up and was running for me with the ID=$workername in my SniffDog script and was mining the proper coin since interzone is non auto trade

I think that was good but if not where does the interzone coins go?


Just was curious about LTC payouts... if users use a lightcoin address instead of btc address and a LTC symbol in the password... will the user get paid in litecoin?

Btw... thanks for neoscrypt being lowered... I'm finally hitting some shares Smiley

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January 23, 2018, 08:43:19 PM
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FYI, AMS wallet is out of sync...looks to be 20 blocks behind the chain supported by most of the masternodes. Attempts to mine it don't really work and I get bumped to another Xexan coin instead.

Back to trying to mine Neoscrypt/ORB for a while.

EDIT: I'm an idiot...hadn't noticed the new "mc=COIN" switch from the "c=COIN" logic. New password is now "c=BTC,mc=COIN" for a BTC payout address. <sigh>
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January 23, 2018, 08:46:58 PM
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Are you able to add how many miners are mining each coin?  I know you have a count of miners on each algorithm.
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January 23, 2018, 09:06:38 PM
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Hello,
the pools looks very interesting. I just pointed a miner to scrypt algo, but i see that the pools finds no blocks even when i added more than 100gh/s from nicehaash.

Hi,

Do you target particular coin or just scrypt? I know that Nicehash demanded certain difficulty for the pool, you get rejection of any kind because of that?
There are not that many people on scrypt, so I recommend to target low difficulty coins first.

I am happy to support and get things sorted, please let me know how does it go for you
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January 23, 2018, 09:09:30 PM
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Getting sporadic drops in stratum availability for most of the coins I'm trying to mine (C11/Xevan). Works for 5-10 minutes, then dies and doesn't come back for a while.

What command do you run, password argument?

I had used "workername,c=FLAX" for the c11 mining password (using option 3 with a preestablished BTC address as userid). I am wondering now if the workername part is causing some confusion for your coin detection logic. I'll try again without the workername and see if that helps.

c11 picked up and was running for me with the ID=$workername in my SniffDog script and was mining the proper coin since interzone is non auto trade

I think that was good but if not where does the interzone coins go?


Just was curious about LTC payouts... if users use a lightcoin address instead of btc address and a LTC symbol in the password... will the user get paid in litecoin?

Btw... thanks for neoscrypt being lowered... I'm finally hitting some shares Smiley

1. Regarding c11. So you saying you specified BTC wallet and ITZ was picked for you in Option 1? Can you please post wallet address, I will check details. Normally it should prevent you to mine ITZ in Option 1.
2. Yes, it will be exchanged and you will be payed. I am just on my way to get LTC thresholds setup higher than BTC.


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January 23, 2018, 09:11:11 PM
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FYI, AMS wallet is out of sync...looks to be 20 blocks behind the chain supported by most of the masternodes. Attempts to mine it don't really work and I get bumped to another Xexan coin instead.

Back to trying to mine Neoscrypt/ORB for a while.

EDIT: I'm an idiot...hadn't noticed the new "mc=COIN" switch from the "c=COIN" logic. New password is now "c=BTC,mc=COIN" for a BTC payout address. <sigh>

Are you certain regarding AMS?
https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info/ shows the same zergpool.com. Also pool updates website not as frequently as blockchain is, you can find correct block height by looking into mining command line output.

PS: I will join you in ORB then!
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January 23, 2018, 09:18:23 PM
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Getting sporadic drops in stratum availability for most of the coins I'm trying to mine (C11/Xevan). Works for 5-10 minutes, then dies and doesn't come back for a while.

What command do you run, password argument?

I had used "workername,c=FLAX" for the c11 mining password (using option 3 with a preestablished BTC address as userid). I am wondering now if the workername part is causing some confusion for your coin detection logic. I'll try again without the workername and see if that helps.

c11 picked up and was running for me with the ID=$workername in my SniffDog script and was mining the proper coin since interzone is non auto trade

I think that was good but if not where does the interzone coins go?


Just was curious about LTC payouts... if users use a lightcoin address instead of btc address and a LTC symbol in the password... will the user get paid in litecoin?

Btw... thanks for neoscrypt being lowered... I'm finally hitting some shares Smiley

1. Regarding c11. So you saying you specified BTC wallet and ITZ for picked for you in Option 1? Can you please post wallet address, I will check details. Normally it should prevent you to mine ITZ in Option 1.
2. Yes, it will be exchanged and you will be payed. I am just on my way to get LTC thresholds setup higher than BTC.




no I had bitcoin wallet to c=BTC.... nvm stupid question Cheesy

Thank you for replying to litecoin question... I just released SniffDog 4.0 with Zergpool... Welcome!

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January 23, 2018, 09:31:10 PM
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Hello,
the pools looks very interesting. I just pointed a miner to scrypt algo, but i see that the pools finds no blocks even when i added more than 100gh/s from nicehaash.

Hi,

Do you target particular coin or just scrypt? I know that Nicehash demanded certain difficulty for the pool, you get rejection of any kind because of that?
There are not that many people on scrypt, so I recommend to target low difficulty coins first.

I am happy to support and get things sorted, please let me know how does it go for you
I did/do not mine a specif coin, i just use the multialgo. I had no negativ delta, I got the full hashrate i rented on pool. My test-order(very expensive test Wink) was 20 min long with average hashrate of 90gh/s and found nothing. Sometimes also coins were the TTF was 60s, no block after ten minutes. I hope you can understand me.
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January 23, 2018, 09:50:55 PM
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Hello,
the pools looks very interesting. I just pointed a miner to scrypt algo, but i see that the pools finds no blocks even when i added more than 100gh/s from nicehaash.

Hi,

Do you target particular coin or just scrypt? I know that Nicehash demanded certain difficulty for the pool, you get rejection of any kind because of that?
There are not that many people on scrypt, so I recommend to target low difficulty coins first.

I am happy to support and get things sorted, please let me know how does it go for you
I did/do not mine a specif coin, i just use the multialgo. I had no negativ delta, I got the full hashrate i rented on pool. My test-order(very expensive test Wink) was 20 min long with average hashrate of 90gh/s and found nothing. Sometimes also coins were the TTF was 60s, no block after ten minutes. I hope you can understand me.

Yes, I completelely understand, and would also like to understand what the hell happened there. We found some coins on this algo back in time, but targeting particular coin, hence it must be either very luck or something else. Do you remember coin with TTF on 60sec?
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January 23, 2018, 10:30:28 PM
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I'm seeing a bunch of EWBF on my page

http://zergpool.com/?address=1AMQg6m9GPDN9HGuC3wJGpSuiZr1XQXjxi

Zpool,Multipoolhub,Hashrefinery, ahashpool, and zergpool... SniffDog will sniff you out profits! https://github.com/Sniffdog/Sniffdogminer/releases..... Hashsynminer (multi address (upto 8 different addresses)...multi mining rig splitter(upto 8 cards)).. https://github.com/Sniffdog/Hashsynminer/releases
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January 24, 2018, 12:49:27 AM
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Are you certain regarding AMS?
https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info/ shows the same zergpool.com. Also pool updates website not as frequently as blockchain is, you can find correct block height by looking into mining command line output.

PS: I will join you in ORB then!

At the time, the miner output was off by about 20 blocks with the live blockchain output (https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info). It has since corrected itself and I mined a few blocks to prove it.

I'm back on ORB again. I can't understand how I haven't been able to hit once of these ORB coins yet...Combined we're about 10% of the network hash rate and the TTF for the coin should be about 20 mins with a 3.385 diff. I'm going to stay on this until we get at least one block to prove it's possible. I'd like to rally more support for the Neoscrypt coins from pool members as most of the other coins have sky-high difficulties only for monster rigs/rentals/ASIC farms.
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January 24, 2018, 08:01:52 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1365894.msg28783799#msg28783799

x17 hard fork

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January 24, 2018, 09:24:07 AM
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Are you certain regarding AMS?
https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info/ shows the same zergpool.com. Also pool updates website not as frequently as blockchain is, you can find correct block height by looking into mining command line output.

PS: I will join you in ORB then!

At the time, the miner output was off by about 20 blocks with the live blockchain output (https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info). It has since corrected itself and I mined a few blocks to prove it.

I'm back on ORB again. I can't understand how I haven't been able to hit once of these ORB coins yet...Combined we're about 10% of the network hash rate and the TTF for the coin should be about 20 mins with a 3.385 diff. I'm going to stay on this until we get at least one block to prove it's possible. I'd like to rally more support for the Neoscrypt coins from pool members as most of the other coins have sky-high difficulties only for monster rigs/rentals/ASIC farms.

Yes, this is really weird, I stayed on this coin entire night and nothing. I did some investigation and actually many blocks are POS based, and we are not part of them unfortunately. POW is very rare and found every hour only, so count our hash rate. It kind of explain this
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January 24, 2018, 10:33:01 AM
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Software is upgraded on server
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January 24, 2018, 11:05:54 AM
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So how is everyone mining?  Using the pool to decide or just a specific coin?

I'm currently mining a specific coin, wondering when the time will come when we switch to pool determined coin.
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January 24, 2018, 03:06:20 PM
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Hello,
the pools looks very interesting. I just pointed a miner to scrypt algo, but i see that the pools finds no blocks even when i added more than 100gh/s from nicehaash.

Hi,

Do you target particular coin or just scrypt? I know that Nicehash demanded certain difficulty for the pool, you get rejection of any kind because of that?
There are not that many people on scrypt, so I recommend to target low difficulty coins first.

I am happy to support and get things sorted, please let me know how does it go for you
I did/do not mine a specif coin, i just use the multialgo. I had no negativ delta, I got the full hashrate i rented on pool. My test-order(very expensive test Wink) was 20 min long with average hashrate of 90gh/s and found nothing. Sometimes also coins were the TTF was 60s, no block after ten minutes. I hope you can understand me.

Yes, I completelely understand, and would also like to understand what the hell happened there. We found some coins on this algo back in time, but targeting particular coin, hence it must be either very luck or something else. Do you remember coin with TTF on 60sec?
This was linx and also artbyte, i see now that there are some l3+ and nice hash on scrypt pool and also no block
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January 24, 2018, 03:18:48 PM
Last edit: January 24, 2018, 03:43:16 PM by pinpins
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Hello,
the pools looks very interesting. I just pointed a miner to scrypt algo, but i see that the pools finds no blocks even when i added more than 100gh/s from nicehaash.

Hi,

Do you target particular coin or just scrypt? I know that Nicehash demanded certain difficulty for the pool, you get rejection of any kind because of that?
There are not that many people on scrypt, so I recommend to target low difficulty coins first.

I am happy to support and get things sorted, please let me know how does it go for you
I did/do not mine a specif coin, i just use the multialgo. I had no negativ delta, I got the full hashrate i rented on pool. My test-order(very expensive test Wink) was 20 min long with average hashrate of 90gh/s and found nothing. Sometimes also coins were the TTF was 60s, no block after ten minutes. I hope you can understand me.

Yes, I completelely understand, and would also like to understand what the hell happened there. We found some coins on this algo back in time, but targeting particular coin, hence it must be either very luck or something else. Do you remember coin with TTF on 60sec?
This was linx and also artbyte, i see now that there are some l3+ and nice hash on scrypt pool and also no block

There is something fundamentaly wrong with some coins.  I don't know yet, I bough nicehash to mine pinkcoin for 3 hours now - and nothing. Blockchain are all in sync.
Some X11 also don't mine. I had problem with ORB, but GUN was ok, and we mined many.

So there is certainly something, I missed. I don't know what currently - if anyone has any idea...
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January 24, 2018, 04:45:47 PM
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Can you please remove the equihash in my Details area

http://zergpool.com/?address=1AMQg6m9GPDN9HGuC3wJGpSuiZr1XQXjxi

And I'm showing zero profit on xevan

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Are you certain regarding AMS?
https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info/ shows the same zergpool.com. Also pool updates website not as frequently as blockchain is, you can find correct block height by looking into mining command line output.

PS: I will join you in ORB then!

At the time, the miner output was off by about 20 blocks with the live blockchain output (https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info). It has since corrected itself and I mined a few blocks to prove it.

I'm back on ORB again. I can't understand how I haven't been able to hit once of these ORB coins yet...Combined we're about 10% of the network hash rate and the TTF for the coin should be about 20 mins with a 3.385 diff. I'm going to stay on this until we get at least one block to prove it's possible. I'd like to rally more support for the Neoscrypt coins from pool members as most of the other coins have sky-high difficulties only for monster rigs/rentals/ASIC farms.

Yes, this is really weird, I stayed on this coin entire night and nothing. I did some investigation and actually many blocks are POS based, and we are not part of them unfortunately. POW is very rare and found every hour only, so count our hash rate. It kind of explain this

I tried for a few hours here and there but never found anything, so I gave up on ORB. I was trying on PXC again now, but the stratum connection reset a few times. I know I've seen a few of those coins get mined here, so it is definitely possible.

AMS is a mess btw; there are two separate blockchains with people mining on both for almost 24 hours now. There is a debate on their ANN thread about which chain to use; the one I was mining on is shorter than the other, but I hope that is eventually picked. Either way, AMS is one messed-up coin that the devs just seem to be waiting to move to PoS.

EDIT: Zergpool AMS mining block chain doesn't match the https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info/ site anymore, so I am guessing our chain was dumped. Time for another wallet resync.
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January 24, 2018, 07:48:51 PM
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Are you certain regarding AMS?
https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info/ shows the same zergpool.com. Also pool updates website not as frequently as blockchain is, you can find correct block height by looking into mining command line output.

PS: I will join you in ORB then!

At the time, the miner output was off by about 20 blocks with the live blockchain output (https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info). It has since corrected itself and I mined a few blocks to prove it.

I'm back on ORB again. I can't understand how I haven't been able to hit once of these ORB coins yet...Combined we're about 10% of the network hash rate and the TTF for the coin should be about 20 mins with a 3.385 diff. I'm going to stay on this until we get at least one block to prove it's possible. I'd like to rally more support for the Neoscrypt coins from pool members as most of the other coins have sky-high difficulties only for monster rigs/rentals/ASIC farms.

Yes, this is really weird, I stayed on this coin entire night and nothing. I did some investigation and actually many blocks are POS based, and we are not part of them unfortunately. POW is very rare and found every hour only, so count our hash rate. It kind of explain this

I tried for a few hours here and there but never found anything, so I gave up on ORB. I was trying on PXC again now, but the stratum connection reset a few times. I know I've seen a few of those coins get mined here, so it is definitely possible.

AMS is a mess btw; there are two separate blockchains with people mining on both for almost 24 hours now. There is a debate on their ANN thread about which chain to use; the one I was mining on is shorter than the other, but I hope that is eventually picked. Either way, AMS is one messed-up coin that the devs just seem to be waiting to move to PoS.

EDIT: Zergpool AMS mining block chain doesn't match the https://www.amsterdamblockchain.info/ site anymore, so I am guessing our chain was dumped. Time for another wallet resync.

I have restarted AMS. Regarding stratum resets, this is me, I am trying to debug why ORB not getting validated. I will stay on ORB entire night, added extra debug info to understand why blocks are not commited to blockhain.

The same problem could be potentially with more coins, but I have no idea on pattern problem ,instaed of following peace triggered by config.

Code:

// POS coins need a zero byte appended to block, the daemon replaces it with the signature
if(coind->pos)
strcat(block_hex, "00");

But ORB is configured as POS. So...
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