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August 28, 2013, 06:43:42 AM
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Hi all,

In August 2013 I created TomPool, an auto coin switching pool based on alt coins. TomPool is unique in that you can individually mine one coin, use the SHA256 or Scrypt auto switching pool which chooses the most profitable coin at the time or create your own personal profit switching pool. A personal profit switching pool is similar to the standard profit switching pool but it allows you to select which coins you'd like to mine. Don't like a coin as its limited to one exchange? Well you can choose not to mine it!

TomPool supports the following coins but more are constantly added:

Keccak

Helixcoin (HXC)
Maxcoin (MAX)

Scrypt

Anoncoin (ANC)
Digibyte (DGB) *
Diamondcoin (DMD)
Digitalcoin (DGC)
Dogecoin (DOGE)
Earthcoin (EAC) *
EZcoin (EZC)
Fastcoin (FST)
Florincoin (FLO)
Gamecoin (GME)
Goldcoin (GLD)
Grandcoin (GDC)
Infinitecoin (IFC)
Klondikecoin (KDC) *
Lottocoin (LOT)
Memecoin (MEM)
Mincoin (MNC)
Mooncoin (MOON)
Neocoin (NEC) *
Netcoin (NET)
RonPaulcoin (RPC) *
Royalcoin (RYC)
Stablecoin (SBC)
Sexcoin (SXC)
Tagcoin (TAG)
Worldcoin (WDC)
Xencoin (XNC)
Zeitcoin (ZEIT) *

SHA256

ASICcoin (ASC)
Battlecoin (BCX)
Benjamins (BEN)
Betacoin (BET)
Bitcoin (BTC) - outsourced to your choice of us-west.multipool.us, GHash.io or BitcoinCZ
Bytecoin (BTE)
Continuumcoin (CTM)
Deutsche eMark (DEM)
FireFlycoin (FFC)
FastcoinSha (FSS)
Joulecoin (XJO)
Mazacoin (MZC)
Opensourcecoin (OSC)
Takeicoin (TAK)
Teacoin (TEA)
TEKcoin (TEK)
Terracoin (TRC)
Tigercoin (TGC)
Unobtaniumcoin (UNO)
Zetacoin (ZET)

*Recently added

At TomPool I've recently introduced TomCoin, which allows SHA256/Scrypt alt coin mining with BTC payouts. Simply choose your server, either USA or Australia and connect using your BTC address. Payouts are daily for accounts over 0.01 BTC, see http://tompool.org/tomcoin.jsp for more details.

Furthermore, direct BTC mining is now available via outsourced mining. Select BTC in your personal multipool and you can choose to mine at us-west.multipool.us, Ghash.io or BitcoinCZ if BTC is more profitable.

The pool has a 1% fee.

Hope to see you mining here!

TomPool - http://tompool.org

Tompool - http://tompool.org - a 1% fee SHA256/scrypt multipool supporting ANC, ASC, DGC, EZC, FLO, GLD, GME, MEM, MNC, RYC, TGC, TRC, XNC, ZET & more

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August 28, 2013, 08:32:44 AM
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add mastercoin pls, profit too.
Where i can see my balance at pool?
masterсoin not in the list of currencies.
Yes scrypt
Well, try mining at u pool for 3 days.
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August 28, 2013, 09:33:34 AM
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Once logged in click on Accounts, you can setup the payout address and threshold here as well.

Is mastercoin scrypt based? I can't see it on CoinChoose.

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August 29, 2013, 06:18:02 AM
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Good news, I've worked out the formula CoinChoose uses to determine profitability so adding MasterCoin is a very real possibility Smiley Only problem is I can't sync the wallet at the moment, I've been able to get a connection and sync 9 blocks but it doesn't go further. Once I have the wallet synched I'll add MasterCoin to the pool.

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August 29, 2013, 10:32:04 AM
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Add also GLX ... best crypto for short mining.
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August 29, 2013, 10:44:45 AM
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Is there gonna be a format so you can see average hash rate?
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August 29, 2013, 12:10:24 PM
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I'll take a look at GLX, I'm always interested in adding new coins if they have good profitability.

Yep I'm planning on adding average hash rate soon, at the moment you can login to the individual pool where multipool is mining if you'd like to see your hash rate.

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August 29, 2013, 01:13:56 PM
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GLX diff jumps lower than 0.2  2-3 times per hour it is profitable if you mining it in this periods. 
Diff back up to 0.2 after couple minutes.
I suppose 80% of blocks is generated during this 3-4 minutes.
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August 29, 2013, 01:32:04 PM
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The true is that first person who makes well working, auto switching multipool with 80% of all cryptos will win.
Most miners searching something like this but pools which exist doesn't work well or have not enough cryptos.
In my opinion you should add as many cryptos as you can.
Ability of making in pool own list of cryptos with auto switch - thats the future.
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September 02, 2013, 08:00:35 AM
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Tommo_Aus tell pls why miner lost connection when coin change. Mayby i must writing some atributs for bat file?
Thx

About mastercoin, i cant sync wallet too,lost connection at block №9. try many nodes,and delet peers.dat,but can't sync Angry
Hydroponyca have synced wallet

XNC too many rejects, it's norm?I lost about 800kh at this coin. Sorry for my english
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September 02, 2013, 08:29:43 AM
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I've seen this happen on one of my miners, but none of the other ones experience this problem. I think it might be Windows related, as all my other workers are Linux based and haven't had a problem before. You could try using the --failover-only command which allows you to specify a backup mining address in case your Tompool address loses connection. It switches over to the other pool until your primary pool is back online.

I've started working on my own coin profitability calculator which will allow me to add scrypt coins that aren't on CoinChoose, it'll also be more accurate. From what I've seen CoinChoose isn't always working on the latest difficulty, it looks like it uses cached data that doesn't update very often.

Tompool - http://tompool.org - a 1% fee SHA256/scrypt multipool supporting ANC, ASC, DGC, EZC, FLO, GLD, GME, MEM, MNC, RYC, TGC, TRC, XNC, ZET & more
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September 03, 2013, 07:48:30 AM
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I've made a rather big change to Tompool, I'm not using CoinChoose anymore. Profitability is now calculated based on the same formula used by CoinChoose but its using my local wallets and the current exchange rate at Cryptsy for data.

This means I can add coins that aren't on CoinChoose, and the data is far more reliable. For example I've noticed Xencoin on the top of the CoinChoose list a lot recently, but CoinChoose is 30 000 blocks behind meaning its basing profitability on difficulty from a while ago. I think they use cached data that isn't always updated.

I'm also working on a profitability calculator, at the moment my code takes a hashrate then estimates how many coins per day you'll earn right now at each pool on Tompool. It also converts this value to LTC I just need to plug it into the website.

I might bring down the pools sometime soon for some maintenance, I have 134GB RAM I'd like to put in the server.

I've also added Galaxycoin as my new custom profitability calculator allows for this!

Tompool - http://tompool.org - a 1% fee SHA256/scrypt multipool supporting ANC, ASC, DGC, EZC, FLO, GLD, GME, MEM, MNC, RYC, TGC, TRC, XNC, ZET & more
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September 03, 2013, 12:41:19 PM
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I've made a rather big change to Tompool, I'm not using CoinChoose anymore. Profitability is now calculated based on the same formula used by CoinChoose but its using my local wallets and the current exchange rate at Cryptsy for data.

This means I can add coins that aren't on CoinChoose, and the data is far more reliable. For example I've noticed Xencoin on the top of the CoinChoose list a lot recently, but CoinChoose is 30 000 blocks behind meaning its basing profitability on difficulty from a while ago. I think they use cached data that isn't always updated.

I'm also working on a profitability calculator, at the moment my code takes a hashrate then estimates how many coins per day you'll earn right now at each pool on Tompool. It also converts this value to LTC I just need to plug it into the website.

I might bring down the pools sometime soon for some maintenance, I have 134GB RAM I'd like to put in the server.

I've also added Galaxycoin as my new custom profitability calculator allows for this!

I have Galaxycoin Smiley

Xencoin was based on a broken block explorer - did you find a new one or just using the daemon?

Find the coin to mine (with JSON API and charting) at http://www.coinchoose.com
http://www.multipool.in - Always mine the most profitable coin
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September 03, 2013, 11:26:52 PM
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I'm just using the daemon, I build my wallets for Ubuntu from source.

Profitability calculator is now available on the Tompool homepage, enter your hashrate and you'll see your predicted earnings based on the current rates.

The calculator went pretty crazy (but accurate) last night on GME, not sure what went on but I think something is wrong with the latest client update. Difficulty dived below 0.01, predicted 35 000 LTC/day on my 4700kh/s setup. The pool switched to GME and was mining a block in under a second for about 30 minutes. I had to keep restarting the wallet as it was constantly crashing, I can only guess it isn't designed to handle so many transactions?

I'll have to see how many GME were paid out in total, but it was a lot! I cashed mine in straight away and managed to mine 5 LTC in the half hour.

Long story short, the wallets now corrupt and has a database error when I try to start it. I'm seeing if there's a way to recover it but at the moment I've suspended GME from Tompool.

Tompool - http://tompool.org - a 1% fee SHA256/scrypt multipool supporting ANC, ASC, DGC, EZC, FLO, GLD, GME, MEM, MNC, RYC, TGC, TRC, XNC, ZET & more
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September 04, 2013, 12:01:55 AM
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It uses the same formula as CoinChoose but is more accurate (doesn't use cached difficulty data) and allows me to add coins not supported by CoinChoose. It refreshed every 20 minutes or so and changes the mined coin if a more profitable coin is found.

While I really appreciate people coming up with new ways to use profitability calc, I do have to correct you when you are wrong.  I do not use cached difficulty and the lag in some coins comes from broken block explorers.  My data is refreshed every five minutes.

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September 04, 2013, 12:19:22 AM
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While I really appreciate people coming up with new ways to use profitability calc, I do have to correct you when you are wrong.  I do not use cached difficulty and the lag in some coins comes from broken block explorers.  My data is refreshed every five minutes.

Ok, from what I've seen I assumed it was cached data as some coins with high profitability were actually 30 000 blocks behind. The reported difficulty was many times less than the actual difficulty.

Tompool - http://tompool.org - a 1% fee SHA256/scrypt multipool supporting ANC, ASC, DGC, EZC, FLO, GLD, GME, MEM, MNC, RYC, TGC, TRC, XNC, ZET & more
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September 04, 2013, 12:23:05 AM
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While I really appreciate people coming up with new ways to use profitability calc, I do have to correct you when you are wrong.  I do not use cached difficulty and the lag in some coins comes from broken block explorers.  My data is refreshed every five minutes.

Ok, from what I've seen I assumed it was cached data as some coins with high profitability were actually 30 000 blocks behind. The reported difficulty was many times less than the actual difficulty.

yeah - Xencoin was the one using a broken block explorer.  It was 'cached' only because that block explorer kept on reporting the old blocks.  All other coins, when functioning correctly, should be updated at the longest with a 5 minute lag

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September 04, 2013, 12:26:59 AM
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Tommo_Aus tell pls why miner lost connection when coin change. Mayby i must writing some atributs for bat file?
Thx

About mastercoin, i cant sync wallet too,lost connection at block №9. try many nodes,and delet peers.dat,but can't sync Angry
Hydroponyca have synced wallet

XNC too many rejects, it's norm?I lost about 800kh at this coin. Sorry for my english

The majority of users, have synced MST Wallets, which indicates to me, that the problem is on your end. There's only so much I can do.

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September 04, 2013, 02:07:34 AM
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I see the same problem too so it can't just be coincidence that two users on this one thread are having the same problem at the same block. The output I see from getinfo is this:

    "version" : 1000000,
    "protocolversion" : 60001,
    "walletversion" : 60000,
    "balance" : 0.00000000,
    "blocks" : 9,
    "connections" : 5,
    "proxy" : "",
    "difficulty" : 0.00024414,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1378259146,
    "keypoolsize" : 101,
    "paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
    "mininput" : 0.00010000,
    "errors" : ""

So its got a number of connections but can't get past block 9, its sat there for many days like this. I've also tried deleting all of the .MasterCoin data and re-built the wallet from source again in the same way I build other wallets, can't get it to sync Sad

Tompool - http://tompool.org - a 1% fee SHA256/scrypt multipool supporting ANC, ASC, DGC, EZC, FLO, GLD, GME, MEM, MNC, RYC, TGC, TRC, XNC, ZET & more
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September 04, 2013, 02:23:29 AM
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Add SXC, the most profitable of all (while diff is somewhat low). trading at .0000350 with 100 per block that's .00350 per block. At 1 Gig mine its 6 blocks per hour  or BTC .021. That's almost BTC .50 per day. This applies to the current difficulty of curse. The porno industry has been involved in the developemnt of the new client that will be relesed on the 7th

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