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April 05, 2018, 09:53:56 AM
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Just a quick question .
How do i set the option either in the .conf file or the command line to subscribe for Extranonce?.

sgminer 5.5.6-gm-brianmct

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April 05, 2018, 09:57:08 AM
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I am getting on my 4x 1070 non Ti versions arround 36 - 42 Mh/s on enemy103 which is more as it is displayed on ravencalc (7.5 MH/s per card), but with average hashrate, which in my case is ~38 MH/s I should be getting arround 145 Ravens according to ravencalc. In reality I received 108 ravens into my wallet for 24 hrs which is about what should I get arround, when I set 4 1070's in ravencalc. Does this means, that the miner is showing more hashes ~38, but in reality I get only ~30 from the pool?

I am using Ravenminer.com pool and Enemy103 miner with -i19 on win10
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April 05, 2018, 10:00:28 AM
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A well thought whitepaper which focuses on technical aspects and goals plus approaches to solve the issues of scaling and other things. Some people were expecting some fancy graphics and promises to use this publication for marketing to make quick money but this didn't happen. After long time came to see such approach to build something for true purposes to get long term benefits.
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April 05, 2018, 10:19:07 AM
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What happened with ThreeEyed Ravencoin Pool?
This is my balance: Immature: 0  Mature: 44.53513296 Paid: 0
No pay since yesterday, why?
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April 05, 2018, 10:45:45 AM
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What happened with ThreeEyed Ravencoin Pool?
This is my balance: Immature: 0  Mature: 44.53513296 Paid: 0
No pay since yesterday, why?

same
I guess, a problem with network
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April 05, 2018, 10:47:29 AM
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Ravencoin Miner v2.2.2

Linux support is here!
https://github.com/Ravencoin-Miner/Ravencoin/releases


v2.2.2
Added required files and permissions to source code to compile on Linux.
Windows release is the same as v2.2

Kraww!


v2.2
Kraww!
Added estimate for RVN earned per day (displays every 5th share)
Cleaned up Display:
-Removed hash order display
-Removed first algorithm display
-Removed Core clock, GPU temp, and GPU fan speed display, now only displays Efficiency (kH/W) and Power (W)
-(Afterburner and other programs display this better anyways)
-Note: Only removed display, the code to monitor these values is unaffected and any options related to them should be available.

Anyone knows how to display current mining algorithm with this miner ?

Thanks!


Hey there, I decided to remove the display of anything related to that. Let me explain why. x16r uses 16 hash functions randomized by the previous block. Whenever you submit a valid share it is because your miner received that hash function order, went through all 16 hash functions, got an output, and checked that output against the server/blockchain to confirm it was valid. Each hash function alone (skein, keccak, sha512, simd, etc) is executed in a very brief time (a few seconds at most, tenths of a second at the lower end). To display which hash function the miner is "currently" on would require printing at least 16 lines in between each accepted share. That is simply to much (in my opinion not extremely important) information to display on the console. Also considering that printing those lines every share is not computationally "free" I have decided I do not want it in my main build.

With that being said it is not an issue for me to compile a custom version for you with the line that displays the single character versions of the hash order.

"0123456789ABCDEF"

For example ^.



'Linux' support?

Or ubuntu support? PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE stop using the term linux as being ubuntu.

Compile in RHEL based systems also and you will have our interest in our farm. Fedora 27 x64 and Centos 7 x64.

Until then, you have UBUNTU support which is only ONE linux distribution, NOT a blanket 'linux support'.

Would be appreciated.

If you need us to compile for you, we can.

#crysx

Hey, I am very sorry for that mistake. I actually had someone assist me over discord in even getting Ubuntu support (thanks again for correction) as I only have Windows and I don't know much about the difference between Linux and Ubuntu.

I would really appreciate you helping me get my miner compiled to at least support the OS your farm is running. Message me on discord @--Banshee#1413 or PM me here Smiley
Thanks for the offer.



Every miner developer please write for which GPU card is your miner intended. People waste a lot of time to figure that out, and you can just write that in your posts. Thank you.

I am sorry about that. nVidia only Smiley


Interested, any comparison against other miners? I have been mining with Enemy/Suprnova, so far seems good, seems to be the most used Miner at the moment, at least on Ravenminer pool.

Sorry I do not have any direct comparisons with Enemy miner as I do not personally run enemy miner.
Feel free to post some though if you can!

Just started with your latest windows version, in a few hours will see how the coins move, im still on suprnova pool, it might not be a 100% fair comparison as difficulty and hashrates varies almost by the minute.

Any particular settings/OC you recommend? i have a few different rigs, have basically every Nvidia card from 1060 3GB up to 1080TI.

Thanks.

Awesome thanks for giving it a shot! Please let me know your results.
I recommend as much core OC you can get as long as its stable. I use +125.
+500 memory OC (Some people use 0, or even -502. Experiment with this one yourself. But core is most important)
60% power
70C temp limit


Also, Ravencoin Miner has been updated to v2.3. This build contains a fix for the miner not submitting valid shares when the Hamsi hash function was the first hash function in the hash order and this nets around a 6% increase in overall hash rate.

Ravencoin Miner: an optimized open source miner created specifically for Ravencoin.
v2.3
Fix miner not submitting shares when Hamsi was first Hash function!
6% increase in overall hash rate!
v2.2.2
Ubuntu support
v2.2
Kraww!
Added estimate for RVN earned per day (displays every 5th share)
Linux Support
Cleaned up Display:
-Removed hash order display (Optional)
-Removed first algorithm display (Optional)
-Removed Core clock, GPU temp, and GPU fan speed display, now only displays Efficiency and Power
   -(Afterburner and other programs display this better anyways)
   -Note: Only removed display, the code to monitor these values is unaffected and any options related to them should be available.

https://github.com/Ravencoin-Miner/Ravencoin/releases


Why the 60% power limit advice, can you elaborate on that please? I would think that 100% power limit is more stable and is more profitable, (while using more electricity of course).
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April 05, 2018, 10:49:46 AM
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Can't find a link to the discord....threeyed didn't update the links for both discord or announcement.
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April 05, 2018, 10:58:57 AM
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Can i send coins directly from suprnova to nanex ?just once? or is it possible to send custom amount of coins from supenova?i see that i can only send 100% coins, there is no option for lees than 100%
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April 05, 2018, 11:12:10 AM
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Hi, I have a 6 AMD GPU (MSI RX580 8G) rig mining ETH.

I tried to mine RVN using sgminer 5.5.5 at threeeyed pool but was unsuccessful.

Here is my configuration bat file:
start /d "C:\Users\WTan\Desktop\sgminer-x16r" sgminer.exe -k x16r -o stratum+tcp://stratum.threeeyed.info:3333 -u RDdsPicJ9PKfVccjGnFrNnMk2F3AYM8SUj -p x -I 19

And here is a picture of what sgminer indicates as the problem:
https://imgur.com/a/efm65

Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong and what I should do to make it mine RVN properly?

Will greatly appreciate any help. Thanks.
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April 05, 2018, 11:16:15 AM
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Hi, I have a 6 AMD GPU (MSI RX580 8G) rig mining ETH.

I tried to mine RVN using sgminer 5.5.5 at threeeyed pool but was unsuccessful.

Here is my configuration bat file:
start /d "C:\Users\WTan\Desktop\sgminer-x16r" sgminer.exe -k x16r -o stratum+tcp://stratum.threeeyed.info:3333 -u RDdsPicJ9PKfVccjGnFrNnMk2F3AYM8SUj -p x -I 19

And here is a picture of what sgminer indicates as the problem:


Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong and what I should do to make it mine RVN properly?

Will greatly appreciate any help. Thanks.

set GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR=0
set GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1
set GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
SET GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
@echo on

sgminer-x16r" sgminer.exe -k x16r -o stratum+tcp://stratum.threeeyed.info:3333 -u RDdsPicJ9PKfVccjGnFrNnMk2F3AYM8SUj -p x -I 19


try this please
maybe helpfull
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April 05, 2018, 11:24:08 AM
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Hi, I have a 6 AMD GPU (MSI RX580 8G) rig mining ETH.

I tried to mine RVN using sgminer 5.5.5 at threeeyed pool but was unsuccessful.

Here is my configuration bat file:
start /d "C:\Users\WTan\Desktop\sgminer-x16r" sgminer.exe -k x16r -o stratum+tcp://stratum.threeeyed.info:3333 -u RDdsPicJ9PKfVccjGnFrNnMk2F3AYM8SUj -p x -I 19

And here is a picture of what sgminer indicates as the problem:


Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong and what I should do to make it mine RVN properly?

Will greatly appreciate any help. Thanks.
Add:

--gpu-platform 1

or

--gpu-platform 0


should work just fine.

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April 05, 2018, 11:35:18 AM
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Hi, I have a 6 AMD GPU (MSI RX580 8G) rig mining ETH.

I tried to mine RVN using sgminer 5.5.5 at threeeyed pool but was unsuccessful.

Here is my configuration bat file:
start /d "C:\Users\WTan\Desktop\sgminer-x16r" sgminer.exe -k x16r -o stratum+tcp://stratum.threeeyed.info:3333 -u RDdsPicJ9PKfVccjGnFrNnMk2F3AYM8SUj -p x -I 19

And here is a picture of what sgminer indicates as the problem:
https://imgur.com/a/efm65

Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong and what I should do to make it mine RVN properly?

Will greatly appreciate any help. Thanks.


set GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR=0
set GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1
set GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
SET GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
@echo on

sgminer-x16r" sgminer.exe -k x16r -o stratum+tcp://stratum.threeeyed.info:3333 -u RDdsPicJ9PKfVccjGnFrNnMk2F3AYM8SUj -p x -I 19


try this please
maybe helpfull

Thanks. I tried and still the same error message.
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April 05, 2018, 11:41:43 AM
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Im calculating again on whattomine... with 6gpu im earning 2.99$ on  ravencoin and 4.50 $ on nicehash so how is ravencoin more profitable? im earning about 70-80 rvn per day

Nicehash is mining you BitCoin, which went down over $1000 in value in the last week. Roughly 13% drop.

RavenCoin is at $0.04 a coin, it's expected (or hoping) to at the very least break $1 one day.

So while today you are making $4.50 on Nicehash, that $4.50 became $3.91 after that 13% drop. Even if it climbed back up to $8000, you're back to $4.50 and even if it went back up to $9000, then you $4.50 became $5.08.

$2.99 of Raven coin today at $0.04 could end up being $74.75 (at $1 per coin) one day. That's why RavenCoin is worth it for us to mine. Could it never happen? Definitely. No one thought BitCoin would shoot up to $21,000 a coin. I doubt Raven will ever get close to that. But what if it went to a measly $10? Now that $2.99 in raven coin you mined PER DAY is worth $747.50.

That's the risk I'm taking with RavenCoin. I'm not doing it for money today but money tomorrow.

If you were to mine for 1 BitCoin, at $4.50 a day, it would take you 1509 days to earn $6,791 (todays value) If you were to get RavenCoin and it simply went to $1 a coin (74 coin a day)  you would have only had to mine for 91 days to make the same $6,791. I know my math doesn't take into account difficulty increase, the point is to illustrate the difference in how to earn between BitCoin on NiceHash and mining RavenCoin.

I'd rather gamble on RavenCoin and earn as much in 91 days of mining then to play it safe and mine with NiceHash and have to wait 1509 days to earn the same potential amount.

Im mining on nicehash 4.5$ and buying rvn .so if i mine rvn i earn 30% less rvn...  so from my calculations its much better to mine on nicehash. you are losing 30% profit a day
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April 05, 2018, 11:51:58 AM
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Hi, I have a 6 AMD GPU (MSI RX580 8G) rig mining ETH.

I tried to mine RVN using sgminer 5.5.5 at threeeyed pool but was unsuccessful.

Here is my configuration bat file:
start /d "C:\Users\WTan\Desktop\sgminer-x16r" sgminer.exe -k x16r -o stratum+tcp://stratum.threeeyed.info:3333 -u RDdsPicJ9PKfVccjGnFrNnMk2F3AYM8SUj -p x -I 19

And here is a picture of what sgminer indicates as the problem:
https://imgur.com/a/efm65

Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong and what I should do to make it mine RVN properly?

Will greatly appreciate any help. Thanks.

Add:
--gpu-platform 1
or
--gpu-platform 0

should work just fine.

Thanks for the suggestion. I tried and:
--gpu-platform 0 > returns the same error message
--gpu-platform 1 > It said: "Started sgminer 5.5.5-gm-a", "*Using Jansson 2.7" and then no more. In other words, it sort of just not moving.

Any other possible solutions?
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April 05, 2018, 11:57:20 AM
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Same here with threeeyed , any news of the problem ?
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April 05, 2018, 12:06:57 PM
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Im mining on nicehash 4.5$ and buying rvn .so if i mine rvn i earn 30% less rvn...  so from my calculations its much better to mine on nicehash. you are losing 30% profit a day

is 30% after or before all the fees from Nicehash?
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April 05, 2018, 12:12:58 PM
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Im calculating again on whattomine... with 6gpu im earning 2.99$ on  ravencoin and 4.50 $ on nicehash so how is ravencoin more profitable? im earning about 70-80 rvn per day

Nicehash is mining you BitCoin, which went down over $1000 in value in the last week. Roughly 13% drop.

RavenCoin is at $0.04 a coin, it's expected (or hoping) to at the very least break $1 one day.

So while today you are making $4.50 on Nicehash, that $4.50 became $3.91 after that 13% drop. Even if it climbed back up to $8000, you're back to $4.50 and even if it went back up to $9000, then you $4.50 became $5.08.

$2.99 of Raven coin today at $0.04 could end up being $74.75 (at $1 per coin) one day. That's why RavenCoin is worth it for us to mine. Could it never happen? Definitely. No one thought BitCoin would shoot up to $21,000 a coin. I doubt Raven will ever get close to that. But what if it went to a measly $10? Now that $2.99 in raven coin you mined PER DAY is worth $747.50.

That's the risk I'm taking with RavenCoin. I'm not doing it for money today but money tomorrow.

If you were to mine for 1 BitCoin, at $4.50 a day, it would take you 1509 days to earn $6,791 (todays value) If you were to get RavenCoin and it simply went to $1 a coin (74 coin a day)  you would have only had to mine for 91 days to make the same $6,791. I know my math doesn't take into account difficulty increase, the point is to illustrate the difference in how to earn between BitCoin on NiceHash and mining RavenCoin.

I'd rather gamble on RavenCoin and earn as much in 91 days of mining then to play it safe and mine with NiceHash and have to wait 1509 days to earn the same potential amount.

Im mining on nicehash 4.5$ and buying rvn .so if i mine rvn i earn 30% less rvn...  so from my calculations its much better to mine on nicehash. you are losing 30% profit a day

the point people are making is, you are either not making 4.5$ on nicehash, or your rigs are not optimized for raven and you don't earn enough raven for your config.

nicehash for all of us is about 30% LESS profitable then ravencoin, so what makes your case different? a single 1080TI makes me 1.1$ on nicehashwith powerlimite of 70%, 1.89 with 60% power limit on ravencoin. so besides higher profitable coin, it also consume less power.

can i suggest you make screenshots, write down configs, which miner, which pool etc, so we may be of assistance in getting you a better yield?
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Im mining on nicehash 4.5$ and buying rvn .so if i mine rvn i earn 30% less rvn...  so from my calculations its much better to mine on nicehash. you are losing 30% profit a day

is 30% after or before all the fees from Nicehash?

After all fee i have about 4-4.5$ a day... go to whattomine and check.. transfer from nicehash to coinbase is free, transfer from coinbase to gdax is free and than i can buy whatever i want or withdraw.. so why would i mine rvn?
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April 05, 2018, 12:18:43 PM
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Im calculating again on whattomine... with 6gpu im earning 2.99$ on  ravencoin and 4.50 $ on nicehash so how is ravencoin more profitable? im earning about 70-80 rvn per day

Nicehash is mining you BitCoin, which went down over $1000 in value in the last week. Roughly 13% drop.

RavenCoin is at $0.04 a coin, it's expected (or hoping) to at the very least break $1 one day.

So while today you are making $4.50 on Nicehash, that $4.50 became $3.91 after that 13% drop. Even if it climbed back up to $8000, you're back to $4.50 and even if it went back up to $9000, then you $4.50 became $5.08.

$2.99 of Raven coin today at $0.04 could end up being $74.75 (at $1 per coin) one day. That's why RavenCoin is worth it for us to mine. Could it never happen? Definitely. No one thought BitCoin would shoot up to $21,000 a coin. I doubt Raven will ever get close to that. But what if it went to a measly $10? Now that $2.99 in raven coin you mined PER DAY is worth $747.50.

That's the risk I'm taking with RavenCoin. I'm not doing it for money today but money tomorrow.

If you were to mine for 1 BitCoin, at $4.50 a day, it would take you 1509 days to earn $6,791 (todays value) If you were to get RavenCoin and it simply went to $1 a coin (74 coin a day)  you would have only had to mine for 91 days to make the same $6,791. I know my math doesn't take into account difficulty increase, the point is to illustrate the difference in how to earn between BitCoin on NiceHash and mining RavenCoin.

I'd rather gamble on RavenCoin and earn as much in 91 days of mining then to play it safe and mine with NiceHash and have to wait 1509 days to earn the same potential amount.

Im mining on nicehash 4.5$ and buying rvn .so if i mine rvn i earn 30% less rvn...  so from my calculations its much better to mine on nicehash. you are losing 30% profit a day

the point people are making is, you are either not making 4.5$ on nicehash, or your rigs are not optimized for raven and you don't earn enough raven for your config.

nicehash for all of us is about 30% LESS profitable then ravencoin, so what makes your case different? a single 1080TI makes me 1.1$ on nicehashwith powerlimite of 70%, 1.89 with 60% power limit on ravencoin. so besides higher profitable coin, it also consume less power.

can i suggest you make screenshots, write down configs, which miner, which pool etc, so we may be of assistance in getting you a better yield?

im mining with ccminer 64, 3x 1060, 1x 1050ti ,1x 1070 and 1x 980ti, about  70-80rvn per day with 70% power on all cards.i was mining 1 week ago 120 rvn per day.Why such a drop i dont know, atm its more profitable for me to mine on nicehash. If you go to whatmine its more money on nicehash
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--gpu-platform 1 > It said: "Started sgminer 5.5.5-gm-a", "*Using Jansson 2.7" and then no more. In other words, it sort of just not moving.

Any other possible solutions?


Just wait, it takes a while to build kernels for your GPUs.
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