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April 05, 2018, 09:49:15 AM
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April 05, 2018, 10:33:50 AM
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This thing just took a shit on itself probably because the dev was stuck with a huge webhosting bill.

Haha, not totally accurate. We were hit with a large bill but acted quickly so the matter was resolved.

We are aware of more pools being built, so just a matter of time.
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April 05, 2018, 10:38:47 AM
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Solo mining showed me discnnected clients all over the show...
But i had no result with four cores running flat out for three days
So i tried to join the pool
But no luck yet

The disconnected clients are just nodes from around the world its connected to previously, if these stay disconnected they will drop in to grey, then eventually drop off altogether. We can't control who creates nodes and discontinues them for whatever reason unfortunately. This doesn't affect anything. purkd still runs and operates perfectly.

Solo mining you will have to wait for a while to get a reward, but you shouldn't have any issue with pooled mining as long as your configuration is correct.
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April 06, 2018, 09:56:36 AM
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how reward decrease from block 6720;13440;29760 and so on?what exactly will be amount of reward?

so,if reward now(block 8953) is 84.3400 purk then i have much less reward than it should be from mining on fairpool.

i have 458.5275 purk reward per 24 hour (17.54 04.04.18 – 17.54 05.04.18) and my hashrate is 13.2*4=52.8 mhs. according to calc on fairpool reward should be much more(1216 purk). even based on very rough calculations reward should be much more ( if 5.41 ghs nethash generate 80995 purk/day with 90sec blocktime then my 52.8 mhs must generate 790.5 purk/day).

on official pool,when it was online,i have full size reward.

i wrote xiphon (pool owner or representative) ,and he confirmed the problem.he said: “The only thing that could affect your rewards is that some mining software could sometimes miss the work updates sent by the pool.”
he is working on fixing this issue.

i write all of this because he may be might need some help.moreover, i do not think that the problem with reduced reward only applies to me.so lets discuss this and solve this problem together.i believe that any help will be appreciated.
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April 06, 2018, 11:11:12 AM
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how reward decrease from block 6720;13440;29760 and so on?what exactly will be amount of reward?

so,if reward now(block 8953) is 84.3400 purk then i have much less reward than it should be from mining on fairpool.

i have 458.5275 purk reward per 24 hour (17.54 04.04.18 – 17.54 05.04.18) and my hashrate is 13.2*4=52.8 mhs. according to calc on fairpool reward should be much more(1216 purk). even based on very rough calculations reward should be much more ( if 5.41 ghs nethash generate 80995 purk/day with 90sec blocktime then my 52.8 mhs must generate 790.5 purk/day).

on official pool,when it was online,i have full size reward.

i wrote xiphon (pool owner or representative) ,and he confirmed the problem.he said: “The only thing that could affect your rewards is that some mining software could sometimes miss the work updates sent by the pool.”
he is working on fixing this issue.

i write all of this because he may be might need some help.moreover, i do not think that the problem with reduced reward only applies to me.so lets discuss this and solve this problem together.i believe that any help will be appreciated.


Thanks for pointing this out. I'm sure Xiphon will be working on this to get this fixed up ASAP. In the mean time we are also looking to bring back the official pool on a more stable script and will notify everyone here as soon as we do.
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April 06, 2018, 11:18:11 AM
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how reward decrease from block 6720;13440;29760 and so on?what exactly will be amount of reward?

so,if reward now(block 8953) is 84.3400 purk then i have much less reward than it should be from mining on fairpool.

i have 458.5275 purk reward per 24 hour (17.54 04.04.18 – 17.54 05.04.18) and my hashrate is 13.2*4=52.8 mhs. according to calc on fairpool reward should be much more(1216 purk). even based on very rough calculations reward should be much more ( if 5.41 ghs nethash generate 80995 purk/day with 90sec blocktime then my 52.8 mhs must generate 790.5 purk/day).

on official pool,when it was online,i have full size reward.

i wrote xiphon (pool owner or representative) ,and he confirmed the problem.he said: “The only thing that could affect your rewards is that some mining software could sometimes miss the work updates sent by the pool.”
he is working on fixing this issue.

i write all of this because he may be might need some help.moreover, i do not think that the problem with reduced reward only applies to me.so lets discuss this and solve this problem together.i believe that any help will be appreciated.


Thanks for pointing this out. I'm sure Xiphon will be working on this to get this fixed up ASAP. In the mean time we are also looking to bring back the official pool on a more stable script and will notify everyone here as soon as we do.

The only suggestion is to use official PURK mining software.

Fairpool https://fairpool.xyz mining pool - Realtime stats, Profit calculation, Instant payouts
LOKI mining pool: https://loki.fairpool.xyz RYO mining pool: https://ryo.fairpool.xyz
XHV Haven mining pool: https://xhv.fairpool.xyz PURK mining pool: https://purk.fairpool.xyz
ETC mining pool: https://etc.fairpool.xyz PGC mining pool: https://pgc.fairpool.xyz
ETP mining pool: https://etp.fairpool.xyz AKA mining pool: https://aka.fairpool.xyz
PASL mining pool: https://pasl.fairpool.xyz NUKO mining pool: https://nuko.fairpool.xyz
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April 06, 2018, 11:49:39 AM
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how reward decrease from block 6720;13440;29760 and so on?what exactly will be amount of reward?

so,if reward now(block 8953) is 84.3400 purk then i have much less reward than it should be from mining on fairpool.

i have 458.5275 purk reward per 24 hour (17.54 04.04.18 – 17.54 05.04.18) and my hashrate is 13.2*4=52.8 mhs. according to calc on fairpool reward should be much more(1216 purk). even based on very rough calculations reward should be much more ( if 5.41 ghs nethash generate 80995 purk/day with 90sec blocktime then my 52.8 mhs must generate 790.5 purk/day).

on official pool,when it was online,i have full size reward.

i wrote xiphon (pool owner or representative) ,and he confirmed the problem.he said: “The only thing that could affect your rewards is that some mining software could sometimes miss the work updates sent by the pool.”
he is working on fixing this issue.

i write all of this because he may be might need some help.moreover, i do not think that the problem with reduced reward only applies to me.so lets discuss this and solve this problem together.i believe that any help will be appreciated.


Thanks for pointing this out. I'm sure Xiphon will be working on this to get this fixed up ASAP. In the mean time we are also looking to bring back the official pool on a more stable script and will notify everyone here as soon as we do.

The only suggestion is to use official PURK mining software.

Agreed with the above. CPUMiner-Multi and CPUMiner-Multi-OpenCL are the official links to working Purk miners. Anything else is outside of scope and support at the moment.
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April 06, 2018, 12:17:03 PM
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Got about 5K PURK using CCminer on both pools so out-of-scope sounds like bullshit.
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April 06, 2018, 01:06:22 PM
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Got about 5K PURK using CCminer on both pools so out-of-scope sounds like bullshit.

what do you type in bat file?what os do you have?
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April 06, 2018, 04:16:18 PM
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Got about 5K PURK using CCminer on both pools so out-of-scope sounds like bullshit.

As I've mentioned on a previous post here, ccminer hasn't been forked or adjusted to "officially" support Purk - although you can mine perfectly fine with it as it supports Wild Keccak on Boolberry settings... The reason I won't offer support, is because I'm not familiar with the entire code of ccminer, where as cpuminer-multi and cpuminer-multi-opencl I am. Once ccminer has been adjusted and optimised to mine Purk either by us or Truvot, we will link to ccminer as a supported app. Until then, we won't offer any kind of support on ccminer. Hopefully thats a bit clearer now.
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April 06, 2018, 11:45:44 PM
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Project seems to have some potential. Good luck !

Always doubt.
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April 07, 2018, 07:53:08 AM
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Project seems to have some potential. Good luck !

Thanks for your support! We think so too!
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April 07, 2018, 09:15:15 AM
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IonicTong,what plans regarding exchanges in the near future?
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April 07, 2018, 01:56:42 PM
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IonicTong,what plans regarding exchanges in the near future?

I just answered a similar question on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/PurkProject/comments/8a4fn9/eta_on_exchange_listings/
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April 09, 2018, 02:13:04 PM
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The only suggestion is to use official PURK mining software.


The only suggestion is to use official PURK mining software.

Agreed with the above. CPUMiner-Multi and CPUMiner-Multi-OpenCL are the official links to working Purk miners. Anything else is outside of scope and support at the moment.

reward is norm now.

but since this morning continuously have 2 errors on different cards on different farms:

cl_invalid_command_queue
cl_out_of_resources

and ongoing “Display driver stopped responding and has recovered”.

i have up to date 8.1/391.35 nvidia/32 gb swap file.

what could be the reason?
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April 09, 2018, 04:14:04 PM
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These are both Nvidia reporting faults, just do a quick Google you will see many people have these issues with Nvidia cards...  You may have better luck with a cudaminer. I believe there is a boolberry cuda miner which "in theory" should work for Purk, feel free to give this a go and see if it improves... but as you know, as far as support goes on other miners that are not "approved" at the moment I won't be able to help.
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April 10, 2018, 03:35:08 AM
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You may have better luck with a cudaminer.

and have reduced reward on fairpool Smiley

I believe there is a boolberry cuda miner which "in theory" should work for Purk

it worked fine on your official pool.
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April 10, 2018, 08:13:03 AM
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You may have better luck with a cudaminer.

and have decrease reward on fairpool Smiley

I believe there is a boolberry cuda miner which "in theory" should work for Purk

it worked fine on your official pool.

Ok, good news is, that the official pool will be coming back online today. We have been testing since Sunday and its working even better than it was before. Just ironing out a few last issues and will be making an announcement on all social channels very soon.
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April 10, 2018, 10:00:55 AM
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The Official Purk Pool is back online!

Please visit:

https://pool.purkproject.com

Ensure you also visit the "Getting Started" page to update your mining commands.

You can see the Bitcointalk announcement here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3293475

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April 10, 2018, 11:39:45 PM
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The Official Purk Pool is back online!

Please visit:

https://pool.purkproject.com

Ensure you also visit the "Getting Started" page to update your mining commands.

You can see the Bitcointalk announcement here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3293475

Glad to see the project work, nice work devs! Mining is close to perfect so far, loving the vision also. Hope this gets some traction!
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