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September 03, 2013, 07:21:37 PM
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I'm using the 20121203 version of Kiv's GUIMiner and I'm starting to wonder: Why aren't my shares showing up on the website. I've been mining in the Eclipse Mining Consortium pool for a couple of hours while I've been out running errands. I've been checking my email, and about 4 blocks have been solved since I left. I know that I have at least one share in all of them, because before I left, I had 2 shares. Is it a problem with Eclipse's website or GUIMiner?

If it's a problem with GUIMiner, are there any other GUIMiners I can resort to?


Thanks in advance!

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September 03, 2013, 07:39:08 PM
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I would check your EMC stats directly from their site first (could be an API problem).  If you still see that you do not have any shares, then maybe its time to move over to one of the more mainstream miners (cgminer or bfgminer).  Guiminer is okay, but the learning curve on cgminer and bfgminer isnt that much that someone who puts 10 minutes of effort into cant learn it, especially on a Windows machine.

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