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Author Topic: [ANN][POW][XTL] 👾Stellite👾 - decentralized node list via IPFS & ZeroNet  (Read 66168 times)
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April 06, 2018, 12:54:09 AM
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Hi !

I'm mining Stellite since about 20 days on the official pool (communitypool.stellite.cash). Everything goes well, except one.
On my wallet, I have 2226 XTL less than the "Total Paid" displayed on my dashboard through the pool.

I checked the transaction with 2226 XTL on the pool (https://explorer.stellite.cash/tx/6085ef121b22ff42bc7016ceab9b84a0b33590c7459787a0f30aa7a2a5bc2540), and I have this result :
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Cant get tx: 6085ef121b22ff42bc7016ceab9b84a0b33590c7459787a0f30aa7a2a5bc2540

What does that mean ?
What is it possible to do to get back my XTL ?

Thank you.
Come on Man bothering with 2226 xtl .. it went lost in the previous chain most probably . i lost some as well sooo.. here i will send you .. give me the address .
For the devs good job guys .. hm but do you sleep  ,, any time for girls or booze aa , finish with the spoon guys and go vacation . leave only satellite question to work .. hes needed.. for answering 1$ questions  Grin
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April 06, 2018, 01:01:10 AM
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Come on Man bothering with 2226 xtl .. it went lost in the previous chain most probably . i lost some as well sooo.. here i will send you .. give me the address .
For the devs good job guys .. hm but do you sleep  ,, any time for girls or booze aa , finish with the spoon guys and go vacation . leave only satellite question to work .. hes needed.. for answering 1$ questions  Grin

You can send them at this address : SEiSma33nKD8fVrxVpfQYg2qHxbFECZfQKeMfYy9GYmUDREifaj8QEqNM5CLJzU1zWGKQY8Zowi2Sb2 yPvtY5FGpj6vYHq7p6vK15TdrgRhXe

God bless you man !
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April 06, 2018, 04:40:15 AM
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Gui wallet (1.0.0.6) still not work. Stuck on "Loading wallet: (Height:)".
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April 06, 2018, 05:21:31 AM
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is it necessary update wallet to 0.0.6 version if my 0.0.5 works good?
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April 06, 2018, 06:07:10 AM
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Wallet is working fine but something wrong with the pool i guess. No payment for 2-3 hours.

I noticed that too, no payouts for at least 3 hours. Home page shows significant large drop in pool hashrate, what happened there ?
https://communitypool.stellite.cash/#/home

EDIT: Spoke too soon, just as I posted this a massive dump of XTL arrived in my wallet, must have been catching up.
The community pool is using PPLNS, so there are 'delays' in payments sometimes, but all for the benefit of the coin!

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April 06, 2018, 06:42:53 AM
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is it necessary update wallet to 0.0.6 version if my 0.0.5 works good?

yes
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April 06, 2018, 07:54:41 AM
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Question on which ports to use at 'communitypool.stellite.cash'
I'm currently using port 6600, as I think I read somewhere that using SSL on Claymore can give a more stable connection.

I'm running a small rig using Claymore's Cryptonight v11.3 miner, which of these ports is better ?

"stratum+ssl://communitypool.stellite.cash:6600" (68 miners) or "stratum+tcp://communitypool.stellite.cash:6699" (1389 miners)




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April 06, 2018, 08:21:10 AM
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Question on which ports to use at 'communitypool.stellite.cash'
I'm currently using port 6600, as I think I read somewhere that using SSL on Claymore can give a more stable connection.

I'm running a small rig using Claymore's Cryptonight v11.3 miner, which of these ports is better ?

"stratum+ssl://communitypool.stellite.cash:6600" (68 miners) or "stratum+tcp://communitypool.stellite.cash:6699" (1389 miners)



Ssl only support on port 6600
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Question on which ports to use at 'communitypool.stellite.cash'
I'm currently using port 6600, as I think I read somewhere that using SSL on Claymore can give a more stable connection.

I'm running a small rig using Claymore's Cryptonight v11.3 miner, which of these ports is better ?

"stratum+ssl://communitypool.stellite.cash:6600" (68 miners) or "stratum+tcp://communitypool.stellite.cash:6699" (1389 miners)


Ssl only support on port 6600

Yes I know SSL is only supported on port 6600, what I'm asking is is port 6600 (on SSL with a few miners) better than port 6699 (on TCP with lots of miners)
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April 06, 2018, 08:54:46 AM
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Question on which ports to use at 'communitypool.stellite.cash'
I'm currently using port 6600, as I think I read somewhere that using SSL on Claymore can give a more stable connection.

I'm running a small rig using Claymore's Cryptonight v11.3 miner, which of these ports is better ?

"stratum+ssl://communitypool.stellite.cash:6600" (68 miners) or "stratum+tcp://communitypool.stellite.cash:6699" (1389 miners)


Ssl only support on port 6600

Yes I know SSL is only supported on port 6600, what I'm asking is is port 6600 (on SSL with a few miner) better than port 6699 (on TCP with lots of miners)

Pool operator says: It is only counter how many miner use SSL, pool have power of all miners from others port too
so has no influence on the pool but don't know how it will relate to your setup.
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April 06, 2018, 09:06:06 AM
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Question on which ports to use at 'communitypool.stellite.cash'
I'm currently using port 6600, as I think I read somewhere that using SSL on Claymore can give a more stable connection.

I'm running a small rig using Claymore's Cryptonight v11.3 miner, which of these ports is better ?

"stratum+ssl://communitypool.stellite.cash:6600" (68 miners) or "stratum+tcp://communitypool.stellite.cash:6699" (1389 miners)


Ssl only support on port 6600

Yes I know SSL is only supported on port 6600, what I'm asking is is port 6600 (on SSL with a few miner) better than port 6699 (on TCP with lots of miners)

Pool operator says: It is only counter how many miner use SSL, pool have power of all miners from others port too
so has no influence on the pool but don't know how it will relate to your setup.

OK, thanks for the reply. I though that number of miners per port would have no affect on my overall performance so it does not really matter which port I use.
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April 06, 2018, 09:06:11 AM
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No offense to the Devs and the coin. It is a good young team and I believe in them.They will do good with this coin
But there are two things fake 1. Network hash-rate 2. Price of the coin ( whoever is pumping ) is a real amateur  Undecided
Please elaborate on your claims. How is the network hash rate fake?
Pumping isn't done by the team, but we cannot confirm or deny whether some outsider is doing it for their own benefit, but then again, any coin is susceptible to being pumped or dumped by traders.
Leave it arkady this guy is a fool chasing bumblebees thats all.. He is repeating me from month ago .An yeah still an amateur .

SIMPLEMINER1  you are a spammer, in march you posted the same message than Altcner.
By the way it's me who said that i was loving bumblebees. So what ?

No offense to the Devs and the coin . Its is a good young team and i believe in them .They will do good with this coin
But there is two things fake 1. Network hash-rate 2. Price of coin ( whoever is pumping ) is a real amateur Smiley

No offense to the Devs and the coin. It is a good young team and I believe in them.They will do good with this coin
But there are two things fake 1. Network hash-rate 2. Price of the coin ( whoever is pumping ) is a real amateur  Undecided



And you should go back to school.
What comes first? Yes, march, after march we get April.

However this is totally offtopic, its clear that Altcner copy the post from simpleminer1.



It is not "its" it is "it's"
Please go back to school and don't mess with smarter people than you.

Then you shoud put a space between "first" and "?".

I could talk about the rest  Kiss Like the fact that you are off-topic.



What a nice coin Smiley Stellite is good. (so what? i'm not off-topic that said)



Grammar nazi Grin
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April 06, 2018, 09:29:30 AM
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want to congrats the devs of Stellite coin: i and i think many others was too skeptical that this coin will grow to such price so i want to congrats all devs and founders of this coin and I want to apologize for skepticism.
BIG UP
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April 06, 2018, 09:54:17 AM
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want to congrats the devs of Stellite coin: i and i think many others was too skeptical that this coin will grow to such price so i want to congrats all devs and founders of this coin and I want to apologize for skepticism.
BIG UP

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April 06, 2018, 09:57:12 AM
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I noticed some people use stratum+tcp:// and others do not, can someone explain to me why this is and what does it do? Thanks guys Smiley

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April 06, 2018, 10:01:01 AM
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I noticed some people use stratum+tcp:// and others do not, can someone explain to me why this is and what does it do? Thanks guys Smiley

Stratum is an over-the-wire protocol that solves the headaches created by HTTP when used for mining. To understand why Stratum is necessary, you have realize the fact that HTTP is designed for serving web applications and web pages, it's main job is to return files and not to coordinate peers. But miners need to do more than receive information, they also need to send. The following are issues with HTTP:

Miner's request information

If a miner wants a new mining job, they have to send a request through HTTP. Why bother with having the miners request this information when the mining pool knows more efficiently what each individual miner should be doing? What happens if a new block appears on the network and the miner doesn't know about this? So Stratum flips this and has the mining pool sending information as it becomes available, not miners asking for available information periodically.

Long-polling

Long-polling is a very hacky solution to fix the one-sided nature of HTTP. It's done by setting a very high timeout limit (say 10 seconds) where the server purposely delays sending information until it has something to send. Imagine a URL address taking minutes to load because the server is simply waiting for something to happen on it's network. This creates a lot of inefficiency as miners are requesting data that simply isn't there and servers have to maintain those connections as well for as long as mining happens.

Ntime rolling

This is a more technical problem, and its fix is considered the biggest innovation of stratum. Miners are given the ability to modify 2 fields, the nonce and the time. This becomes a problem for large miners as they can run through all possible values of the two fields in search of the solution. If a miner runs out of unique possibilities, they have to send a new request. Newer and faster miners make this more easier to do by the month and bandwidth usage for a pool increases dramatically. Stratum solves this by giving the miners a few more fields which seriously increase the total possible solutions to a block.

TL;DR

Stratum makes it so that the miner and pool are freed from the inefficiencies of HTTP, which is not meant to support mining at all. It makes communication more efficient meaning future exohash mining equipment will have enough jobs to complete while the pool operator isn't being gutted by massive bandwidth and server fees.
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April 06, 2018, 10:04:49 AM
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Then my next question becomes, why is it not recommended by pools? Even guides online I do not see it in.

Just wondering and learning by the way, thanks for the response Smiley

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April 06, 2018, 10:05:57 AM
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Then my next question becomes, why is it not recommended by pools? Even guides online I do not see it in.

Just wondering and learning by the way, thanks for the response Smiley

That I don't know perhaps you can join this discord and ask the pool operators?

https://discord.gg/mtQNrF
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April 06, 2018, 10:11:26 AM
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Then my next question becomes, why is it not recommended by pools? Even guides online I do not see it in.

Just wondering and learning by the way, thanks for the response Smiley

That I don't know perhaps you can join this discord and ask the pool operators?

https://discord.gg/mtQNrF
There are detailed guides on the community pool and CryptoKnight.

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April 06, 2018, 10:14:43 AM
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Then my next question becomes, why is it not recommended by pools? Even guides online I do not see it in.

Just wondering and learning by the way, thanks for the response Smiley

That I don't know perhaps you can join this discord and ask the pool operators?

https://discord.gg/mtQNrF

I noticed even the new dev pool does not have it.

Thanks might do that.


I had a look here and it is showing it should be used for claymore https://communitypool.stellite.cash/#/help/config_generator

I use xmr stak personally and never used or seen anyone that uses Stratum.

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