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January 27, 2018, 09:05:34 PM
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My balance was 0.0045 yesterday and today is 0.00028290 so whats the problem?

Wallet: 1QEFe5w8iXFnm4JdX4BAnaxzCS5rHrUfE5

The problem is that all we(including me) were mining wrong ALTCOM chain, and were becoming rich very fast, but unfortunately it was wrong chain so all blocks are orphans, and balances are adjusted accordingly.
This is unfrotunate, but the way blockchains sometimes behave.
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January 27, 2018, 09:13:40 PM
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Is there a problem with xevan numbers using sniffdog?  Shocked

Could you please ellaborate more?
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January 27, 2018, 09:17:39 PM
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Getting some weird numbers, no idea if the api is jumpy or what.
I see the btc/day value jump a lot and sometimes pretty high (was wondering if it forked like Altcom or if everything is running ok)

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January 27, 2018, 09:25:09 PM
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Yeah, seeing strangely high BTC/Day numbers for Xevan, just like we saw for Skunk earlier.

Put something in my tip jar if I made your day. Smiley
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January 27, 2018, 09:32:01 PM
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Getting some weird numbers, no idea if the api is jumpy or what.
I see the btc/day value jump a lot and sometimes pretty high (was wondering if it forked like Altcom or if everything is running ok)

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Yes, thank you. I have corrected. In BSD case we actaully must pay 20 BSD to master nodes, in VSX 40 out of 80.
I changed config, now it must represent correct estimates.
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January 27, 2018, 09:33:02 PM
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While skunk is ok and doesn't have that right?
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January 27, 2018, 09:38:29 PM
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We are all trying to help you Smiley

From another pool site.....

Unfortunately, Crowdcoin CRC (neoscrypt) appears to have a chain split, and the pool ended up being in the shorter side of the split even though the pool is connected to 46 peers. Upon re-syncing to the longer chain, the pool had approximately 750 CRC orphaned during the 4 hours of mining on this split chain. This will affect miner's immature unconfirmed pending balance because orphans cannot get confirmed or cleared. It's sad that some coin's network just isn't well built. If you guys, as miners, see any "too good to be true" profit estimates, or long continuous streams of single coin blocks, it is probably too good to be true, and please contact us immediately to stop the coin.

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January 27, 2018, 10:07:20 PM
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Woohoo! Making progress in Neoscrypt now.

For those of you using Neoscrypt, I'd advise switching to Excavator 1.4.1a release for a Windows-based miner. It outperforms all Neoscrypt miners I've dealt with for most cards, assuming you're on 9.1 CUDA support and latest drivers. Don't trust the hashrate numbers coming out of HSRMiner; Palgin is a great guy, but the miner misrepresents what is actually doing at a pool level and has problems with hashrate dropoff over time.
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January 27, 2018, 10:10:38 PM
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Woohoo! Making progress in Neoscrypt now.

For those of you using Neoscrypt, I'd advise switching to Excavator 1.4.1a release for a Windows-based miner. It outperforms all Neoscrypt miners I've dealt with for most cards, assuming you're on 9.1 CUDA support and latest drivers. Don't trust the hashrate numbers coming out of HSRMiner; Palgin is a great guy, but the miner misrepresents what is actually doing at a pool level and has problems with hashrate dropoff over time.

What are you getting with latest excavator?
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January 27, 2018, 10:12:29 PM
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While skunk is ok and doesn't have that right?

Yes, skunk is ok. SONO should give us 1 coin, and it does so
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January 27, 2018, 10:15:36 PM
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We are all trying to help you Smiley

From another pool site.....

Unfortunately, Crowdcoin CRC (neoscrypt) appears to have a chain split, and the pool ended up being in the shorter side of the split even though the pool is connected to 46 peers. Upon re-syncing to the longer chain, the pool had approximately 750 CRC orphaned during the 4 hours of mining on this split chain. This will affect miner's immature unconfirmed pending balance because orphans cannot get confirmed or cleared. It's sad that some coin's network just isn't well built. If you guys, as miners, see any "too good to be true" profit estimates, or long continuous streams of single coin blocks, it is probably too good to be true, and please contact us immediately to stop the coin.

Fromage Smiley Belive or not, but looks like we are good on CRC. At least from first look.
And anyway would not be affected, as didin't find any coin there. But let's keep an eye Smiley



Ok, time to get some sleep. See you folks, hope blockchains are not that nasty tonight
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January 27, 2018, 10:28:23 PM
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We are all trying to help you Smiley

From another pool site.....

Unfortunately, Crowdcoin CRC (neoscrypt) appears to have a chain split, and the pool ended up being in the shorter side of the split even though the pool is connected to 46 peers. Upon re-syncing to the longer chain, the pool had approximately 750 CRC orphaned during the 4 hours of mining on this split chain. This will affect miner's immature unconfirmed pending balance because orphans cannot get confirmed or cleared. It's sad that some coin's network just isn't well built. If you guys, as miners, see any "too good to be true" profit estimates, or long continuous streams of single coin blocks, it is probably too good to be true, and please contact us immediately to stop the coin.

Fromage Smiley Belive or not, but looks like we are good on CRC. At least from first look.
And anyway would not be affected, as didin't find any coin there. But let's keep an eye Smiley



Ok, time to get some sleep. See you folks, hope blockchains are not that nasty tonight

Sounds good! Just will wait now for btc payment and everything should be tiggidy-boo for now Smiley

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January 27, 2018, 11:04:29 PM
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Hey could you add Vaperscoin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1489456.0 for scrypt it is sometimes very profitable even with small hashrate.

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I can added, but after quick check it appears website and block explorer are all malware, how do we know that coin daemon is not?

Perhaps, I am paranoidal a bit , but makes me worry. Do you think many would mine it?
I just saw the coin on an other popular pool, and it is very profitable there sometimes. I see now that there might be an issue with showing the network hashrate with vaperscoin.
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January 27, 2018, 11:14:25 PM
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Woohoo! Making progress in Neoscrypt now.

For those of you using Neoscrypt, I'd advise switching to Excavator 1.4.1a release for a Windows-based miner. It outperforms all Neoscrypt miners I've dealt with for most cards, assuming you're on 9.1 CUDA support and latest drivers. Don't trust the hashrate numbers coming out of HSRMiner; Palgin is a great guy, but the miner misrepresents what is actually doing at a pool level and has problems with hashrate dropoff over time.

What are you getting with latest excavator?

1080Ti (105% pwr, +100 core, +250 mem) = avg just over 1.69 MH/s
1070 (no OC) = avg just over 1.00 MH/s

On my 4x1080Ti + 1x1070 rig, I was getting about 7.3 MH/s with KlausT. Excavator 1.4.1a gets me 7.76 MH/s. Palgin HSRMiner reports over 8 MH/s (after a 15 minute warmup period), but that doesn't match the pool reported hash rate and it starts to drop off after 30 minutes or so (and comes with a devfee).

https://github.com/nicehash/excavator/releases/download/v1.4.1a/excavator_v1.4.1a_NVIDIA_Win64_CUDA_9.1.zip
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January 27, 2018, 11:20:08 PM
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Woohoo! Making progress in Neoscrypt now.

For those of you using Neoscrypt, I'd advise switching to Excavator 1.4.1a release for a Windows-based miner. It outperforms all Neoscrypt miners I've dealt with for most cards, assuming you're on 9.1 CUDA support and latest drivers. Don't trust the hashrate numbers coming out of HSRMiner; Palgin is a great guy, but the miner misrepresents what is actually doing at a pool level and has problems with hashrate dropoff over time.

What are you getting with latest excavator?

1080Ti (105% pwr, +100 core, +250 mem) = avg just over 1.69 MH/s
1070 (no OC) = avg just over 1.00 MH/s

On my 4x1080Ti + 1x1070 rig, I was getting about 7.3 MH/s with KlausT. Excavator 1.4.1a gets me 7.76 MH/s. Palgin HSRMiner reports over 8 MH/s (after a 15 minute warmup period), but that doesn't match the pool reported hash rate and it starts to drop off after 30 minutes or so (and comes with a devfee).

https://github.com/nicehash/excavator/releases/download/v1.4.1a/excavator_v1.4.1a_NVIDIA_Win64_CUDA_9.1.zip

Nice find It does perform better then klaust. thank you!
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January 27, 2018, 11:27:23 PM
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Hmm...something isn't right with my BTC balance.

@pinpins: Can you check out BTC wallet 1NG4nxGzn9sNhzYacha5XSazyZEt54X7vk?

My balance dropped over 0.001 BTC about 3 hours ago, but I haven't been involved in the Crowdcoin or Skunk chain splits. I've been working solely on c11/FLAX and Neoscrypt with PXC/ORB. Not sure what happened here.
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January 27, 2018, 11:35:13 PM
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Woohoo! Making progress in Neoscrypt now.

For those of you using Neoscrypt, I'd advise switching to Excavator 1.4.1a release for a Windows-based miner. It outperforms all Neoscrypt miners I've dealt with for most cards, assuming you're on 9.1 CUDA support and latest drivers. Don't trust the hashrate numbers coming out of HSRMiner; Palgin is a great guy, but the miner misrepresents what is actually doing at a pool level and has problems with hashrate dropoff over time.

What are you getting with latest excavator?

1080Ti (105% pwr, +100 core, +250 mem) = avg just over 1.69 MH/s
1070 (no OC) = avg just over 1.00 MH/s

On my 4x1080Ti + 1x1070 rig, I was getting about 7.3 MH/s with KlausT. Excavator 1.4.1a gets me 7.76 MH/s. Palgin HSRMiner reports over 8 MH/s (after a 15 minute warmup period), but that doesn't match the pool reported hash rate and it starts to drop off after 30 minutes or so (and comes with a devfee).

https://github.com/nicehash/excavator/releases/download/v1.4.1a/excavator_v1.4.1a_NVIDIA_Win64_CUDA_9.1.zip

SniffDog has this as a dormant miner....EULA copyright law that SniffDog can't distribute.....which means it needs to be manually opened by the user....

Yes works great on neo Smiley

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January 27, 2018, 11:47:32 PM
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Woohoo! Making progress in Neoscrypt now.

For those of you using Neoscrypt, I'd advise switching to Excavator 1.4.1a release for a Windows-based miner. It outperforms all Neoscrypt miners I've dealt with for most cards, assuming you're on 9.1 CUDA support and latest drivers. Don't trust the hashrate numbers coming out of HSRMiner; Palgin is a great guy, but the miner misrepresents what is actually doing at a pool level and has problems with hashrate dropoff over time.

What are you getting with latest excavator?

1080Ti (105% pwr, +100 core, +250 mem) = avg just over 1.69 MH/s
1070 (no OC) = avg just over 1.00 MH/s

On my 4x1080Ti + 1x1070 rig, I was getting about 7.3 MH/s with KlausT. Excavator 1.4.1a gets me 7.76 MH/s. Palgin HSRMiner reports over 8 MH/s (after a 15 minute warmup period), but that doesn't match the pool reported hash rate and it starts to drop off after 30 minutes or so (and comes with a devfee).

https://github.com/nicehash/excavator/releases/download/v1.4.1a/excavator_v1.4.1a_NVIDIA_Win64_CUDA_9.1.zip

SniffDog has this as a dormant miner....EULA copyright law that SniffDog can't distribute.....which means it needs to be manually opened by the user....

Yes works great on neo Smiley

How did you guys format your .bat file for excavator? I'm trying it now with my bat file and it's just getting stuck on "core initialized".

My bat file:

Code:
excavator -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.unimining.net:4234 -u DDnfG1Zb2NjhC4kB7gep7R9ThkcbaSWU4y -p d=256,c=DSR,stats
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January 28, 2018, 12:27:21 AM
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Woohoo! Making progress in Neoscrypt now.

For those of you using Neoscrypt, I'd advise switching to Excavator 1.4.1a release for a Windows-based miner. It outperforms all Neoscrypt miners I've dealt with for most cards, assuming you're on 9.1 CUDA support and latest drivers. Don't trust the hashrate numbers coming out of HSRMiner; Palgin is a great guy, but the miner misrepresents what is actually doing at a pool level and has problems with hashrate dropoff over time.

What are you getting with latest excavator?

1080Ti (105% pwr, +100 core, +250 mem) = avg just over 1.69 MH/s
1070 (no OC) = avg just over 1.00 MH/s

On my 4x1080Ti + 1x1070 rig, I was getting about 7.3 MH/s with KlausT. Excavator 1.4.1a gets me 7.76 MH/s. Palgin HSRMiner reports over 8 MH/s (after a 15 minute warmup period), but that doesn't match the pool reported hash rate and it starts to drop off after 30 minutes or so (and comes with a devfee).

https://github.com/nicehash/excavator/releases/download/v1.4.1a/excavator_v1.4.1a_NVIDIA_Win64_CUDA_9.1.zip

SniffDog has this as a dormant miner....EULA copyright law that SniffDog can't distribute.....which means it needs to be manually opened by the user....

Yes works great on neo Smiley

How did you guys format your .bat file for excavator? I'm trying it now with my bat file and it's just getting stuck on "core initialized".

My bat file:

Code:
excavator -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.unimining.net:4234 -u DDnfG1Zb2NjhC4kB7gep7R9ThkcbaSWU4y -p d=256,c=DSR,stats

It's based on the command json file...

You may have to read a little at the nicehash gethub for more info....




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How did you guys format your .bat file for excavator? I'm trying it now with my bat file and it's just getting stuck on "core initialized".

My bat file:

Code:
excavator -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.unimining.net:4234 -u DDnfG1Zb2NjhC4kB7gep7R9ThkcbaSWU4y -p d=256,c=DSR,stats

It's easiest to use a JSON command file, so you can just run "excavator -c command_file.json".

Here's an example of one I use for Neoscrypt for ORB on Zergpool with my 5-card rig:

Code:
[
  {
    "time": 0,
    "commands": [
      {
        "id": 1,
        "method": "algorithm.add",
        "params": [
          "neoscrypt",
          "83.99.183.36:4233",
          "1NG4nxGzn9sNhzYacha5XSazyZEt54X7vk:c=BTC,mc=ORB"
        ]
      }
    ]
  },
  {
    "time": 3,
    "commands": [
      {"id": 1,"method": "worker.add", "params": ["0", "0"]},
      {"id": 2,"method": "worker.add", "params": ["0", "1"]},
      {"id": 3,"method": "worker.add", "params": ["0", "2"]},
      {"id": 4,"method": "worker.add", "params": ["0", "3"]},
      {"id": 5,"method": "worker.add", "params": ["0", "4"]}
    ]
  },
  {
    "time": 10,
    "loop": 30,
    "commands": [
      {"id": 1,"method": "worker.print.speed", "params":["0"]},
      {"id": 2,"method": "worker.print.speed", "params":["1"]},
      {"id": 3,"method": "worker.print.speed", "params":["2"]},
      {"id": 4,"method": "worker.print.speed", "params":["3"]},
      {"id": 5,"method": "worker.print.speed", "params":["4"]},
      {"id": 6,"method": "algorithm.print.speeds", "params": ["0"]}
    ]
  }
]

You'll obviously need to adjust this for your BTC address, coin to mine etc. and adjust the number of "worker.add" and "worker.print.speed" lines to match the number of cards in your rig. Also, you need to know the IP of the pool stratum endpoint as DNS name resolution doesn't always work with Excavator. I've supplied the one for "zergpool.com" in that sample file. This file basically creates one Neoscrypt worker thread for each of my GPUs and prints the per-GPU and summary stats every 30 seconds.
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