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January 25, 2015, 03:24:17 PM
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Important announcement: Due to the very low hash on the pools lately, the payouts will be processed every 2 or 3 days to lower the exchange fees.
Also, we are considering shutting down the pools completely due to the very low hash/profitability, we have been running at loss for weeks now Sad

The above quote is taken from the TekCoin Multipool http://thepool.pw/TEK/ that was recently set up with donations from members, just letting people know who might be interested.

you have to be kidding me, how in the word is he losing anything.. you already run a multipool and all you did was take some tek addy and throw up a logo for .75 btc and what under 2 months later cya... ripoff thief thanks

If tekcoin is losing your pool money then all coins are and your at fault for making a poor pool, i hope you get flamed to all hell and back for this shit.
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January 25, 2015, 03:27:48 PM
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January 25, 2015, 04:27:23 PM
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Important announcement: Due to the very low hash on the pools lately, the payouts will be processed every 2 or 3 days to lower the exchange fees.
Also, we are considering shutting down the pools completely due to the very low hash/profitability, we have been running at loss for weeks now Sad

The above quote is taken from the TekCoin Multipool http://thepool.pw/TEK/ that was recently set up with donations from members, just letting people know who might be interested.

you have to be kidding me, how in the word is he losing anything.. you already run a multipool and all you did was take some tek addy and throw up a logo for .75 btc and what under 2 months later cya... ripoff thief thanks

If tekcoin is losing your pool money then all coins are and your at fault for making a poor pool, i hope you get flamed to all hell and back for this shit.

Yes sorry about this news I didn't think it would go down very well with people. They have a total of 12 different coins that can be mined, so that is presumably .75 btc X 12 = 9 BTC plus returns from each pool at 2%, with each pool displaying just over 2TH = 24 TH+ and according to my dates TEK pool is only one month old today.

Always enough for need but never enough for greed.

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January 25, 2015, 04:59:10 PM
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Yes sorry about this news I didn't think it would go down very well with people. They have a total of 12 different coins that can be mined, so that is presumably .75 btc X 12 = 9 BTC plus returns from each pool at 2%, with each pool displaying just over 2TH = 24 TH+ and according to my dates TEK pool is only one month old today.

Always enough for need but never enough for greed.


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I posted my reply before i had coffee which is usually a bad idea, i re-read it a few times thinking maybe i was jumping the gun or being to harsh but you know what i think i nailed it on the gut reaction.

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January 26, 2015, 01:04:07 AM
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@Thundertoe, youve got it right. Fk em. Their loss. I think the reason many wanted a multipool was out of frustration with the regular pools not working. Im not fudding here, but there was a time right before the multipool were none of the regular pools worked.  People , like myself wanted to mine tek and couldnt. However, tek has been running better than ever now. I think it would be in your best interest to have an official "tekcoin pool". I have been mining at altcoinpool.us for weeks, and its FLAWLESS. So maybe if you dont want to start an official pool from scratch, perhaps have a chat with altcoinpool.us and see whats involved in making them the official tekcoin pool with official logos. Altcoinpool.us has the fastest payouts, about every few minutes, and NEVER have orphans. If they dont want to be the official pool , would they be interested in creating the official pool for either a flat price or maybe .05% of total mined? Besides , anyone thats been around long enough knows you cant kill tekcoin Wink

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January 26, 2015, 03:52:20 AM
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Your right about tekcoin.altcoinpool.us/ it is a nice pool I like the stats layout and look of it on the inside, as well as confirmation speed of coins.

I am sure the point of using a multipool is about trading as well as mining.

Coins mined on multipool are different coins that are then traded for TEK which brings liquidity to TEK in the market place.

This trading of coins also brings benefit to the whole of crypto through the same liquidity of coins moving in the market place.

I also think multipools keep swooping up all the low hanging fruit making the value go up and down in swings from day to day creating opportunity for gains to be made by those who trade coins on the exchanges.

Not just static numbers doing nothing but almost living and moving virtual entities in an off world cyber space.

All moving parts of the game playing experience, interaction and participatory developmental activity, not just digital information doing nothing in a void. 

I also think mining the multi pool at the moment produces more coins than I can mine on a dedicated TEK pool because the price is still quite low but that is changing as it always has so the dedicated pool might be a better option at the end of the week if I wanted to just feed my greed.
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January 26, 2015, 04:01:58 AM
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@Thundertoe, youve got it right. Fk em. Their loss. I think the reason many wanted a multipool was out of frustration with the regular pools not working. Im not fudding here, but there was a time right before the multipool were none of the regular pools worked.  People , like myself wanted to mine tek and couldnt. However, tek has been running better than ever now. I think it would be in your best interest to have an official "tekcoin pool". I have been mining at altcoinpool.us for weeks, and its FLAWLESS. So maybe if you dont want to start an official pool from scratch, perhaps have a chat with altcoinpool.us and see whats involved in making them the official tekcoin pool with official logos. Altcoinpool.us has the fastest payouts, about every few minutes, and NEVER have orphans. If they dont want to be the official pool , would they be interested in creating the official pool for either a flat price or maybe .05% of total mined? Besides , anyone thats been around long enough knows you cant kill tekcoin Wink

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If someone can come up with hosting, I can set up a TEK pool under MPOS with little trouble. I've done it several times for testing, I know which variant of stratum works (TEK is very picky) and the rest of it is pretty routine. If anyone is interested, I can do this. It's probably only a couple hours of setup time, not including syncing the daemon.

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January 27, 2015, 02:07:46 AM
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If we are really considering this, I would like to see a standard pool like altcoin.us. The nomp/MPOS style pools hide many of the critical stats and many of them payout after many hours of mining and then pay every few hours after that. I dont know what they call it, but the style that altcoin.us uses pays out about every 2-3 minutes, and is VERY transparent, and ALL stats are displayed.

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I want to make sure everyone knows that I just released my software called "Yobit pump alert". THis is custom software that uses an algo to detect the start of a pump here on yobit, the second it starts. YOu can even filter the coins you see by price. Most pumps start less than 100 sats , so you can easily filter the cheap coins, so they are the only ones displayed Smiley https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1945937.msg20241953#msg20241953
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January 27, 2015, 02:08:25 AM
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Hey Biomech, am I right in assuming that shared HostGator type hosting would not be any good for hosting a mining pool?

Am I right in thinking that it would need to at least be VPS and even then that would be at push?

Or am I completely wrong?

Thanks in advance.
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January 27, 2015, 06:01:47 AM
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Hey Biomech, am I right in assuming that shared HostGator type hosting would not be any good for hosting a mining pool?

Am I right in thinking that it would need to at least be VPS and even then that would be at push?

Or am I completely wrong?

Thanks in advance.

A VPS is fine for a single pool. They're a bit processor intensive, and of course bandwidth has to be decent. Not huge, but decent. But it's really only running stratum and the coin daemon, the php stuff is pretty ligthweight. I've run a test pool on an Amazon EC2 microinstance, which ain't much, and it worked ok.

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January 27, 2015, 06:09:21 AM
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If we are really considering this, I would like to see a standard pool like altcoin.us. The nomp/MPOS style pools hide many of the critical stats and many of them payout after many hours of mining and then pay every few hours after that. I dont know what they call it, but the style that altcoin.us uses pays out about every 2-3 minutes, and is VERY transparent, and ALL stats are displayed.

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NOMP and MPOS are different systems. NOMP is a pretty good stratum engine, but it's front end straight blows. altcoinpool.us is unmodified MPOS. I prefer the older skin, but aside from that, it's the exact pool I would build. I think you got the two confused because a lot of MPOS pools run NOMP as the stratum. It unfortunately doesn't work well with TEK, or I would too. It's ridiculously easy to add coins to it, and stratum-mining is a picky bitch to set up. Plus it only takes one instance of NOMP to run multiple coins. If the front end wasn't so lousy, I think it would dominate. but until somebody rectifies it's shortcomings, MPOS will continue to be the default pool package. It's relatively easy to set up (once you've done it a few times Tongue ) and stable.

I can't prove it without asking, but I'm guessing that altcoinpool.us is running ahmed bodi's or crypto-expert stratum, as both work with TEK.

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January 27, 2015, 07:35:08 AM
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Well I like the idea that I was getting Tek every day wish It had last longer , than that .I'm missing a few more days to get minted coins everyday . If tek can last for another year . Than I will recover the cost of buying my first coins @19000

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January 28, 2015, 10:03:20 AM
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January 29, 2015, 01:11:55 AM
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To anyone who was using altcoinpool.us for tek mining. My apologies.
I was out of town the last four days and of course the system picked that
time to run out of hard drive space and crash.

That wont happen again.

Im bringing the block chain back up now. Should be usable again within an hour or so

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January 29, 2015, 01:13:18 AM
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If we are really considering this, I would like to see a standard pool like altcoin.us. The nomp/MPOS style pools hide many of the critical stats and many of them payout after many hours of mining and then pay every few hours after that. I dont know what they call it, but the style that altcoin.us uses pays out about every 2-3 minutes, and is VERY transparent, and ALL stats are displayed.

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NOMP and MPOS are different systems. NOMP is a pretty good stratum engine, but it's front end straight blows. altcoinpool.us is unmodified MPOS. I prefer the older skin, but aside from that, it's the exact pool I would build. I think you got the two confused because a lot of MPOS pools run NOMP as the stratum. It unfortunately doesn't work well with TEK, or I would too. It's ridiculously easy to add coins to it, and stratum-mining is a picky bitch to set up. Plus it only takes one instance of NOMP to run multiple coins. If the front end wasn't so lousy, I think it would dominate. but until somebody rectifies it's shortcomings, MPOS will continue to be the default pool package. It's relatively easy to set up (once you've done it a few times Tongue ) and stable.

I can't prove it without asking, but I'm guessing that altcoinpool.us is running ahmed bodi's or crypto-expert stratum, as both work with TEK.


Im running Ahmed Bodi's stratum.

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January 29, 2015, 01:31:40 AM
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If we are really considering this, I would like to see a standard pool like altcoin.us. The nomp/MPOS style pools hide many of the critical stats and many of them payout after many hours of mining and then pay every few hours after that. I dont know what they call it, but the style that altcoin.us uses pays out about every 2-3 minutes, and is VERY transparent, and ALL stats are displayed.

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NOMP and MPOS are different systems. NOMP is a pretty good stratum engine, but it's front end straight blows. altcoinpool.us is unmodified MPOS. I prefer the older skin, but aside from that, it's the exact pool I would build. I think you got the two confused because a lot of MPOS pools run NOMP as the stratum. It unfortunately doesn't work well with TEK, or I would too. It's ridiculously easy to add coins to it, and stratum-mining is a picky bitch to set up. Plus it only takes one instance of NOMP to run multiple coins. If the front end wasn't so lousy, I think it would dominate. but until somebody rectifies it's shortcomings, MPOS will continue to be the default pool package. It's relatively easy to set up (once you've done it a few times Tongue ) and stable.

I can't prove it without asking, but I'm guessing that altcoinpool.us is running ahmed bodi's or crypto-expert stratum, as both work with TEK.


Im running Ahmed Bodi's stratum.

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Thought so. Crypto-expert works too, if you care. I think the one you're using is about the best for TEK, from my own experiments.

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Just FYI. I will be migrating altcoinpool.us to a new server in the next week or so.
The activity has become too much for the poor little vmware slice its running on.

Once thats done the web front end will be much snappier and it will be able to handle a lot more hashing
without bogging down.


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Check this out! and retweet ,share etc  Grin

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Sure hope TEK stops dropping in value more than 40% per month soon.  Cry
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