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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1162242 times)
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April 05, 2018, 03:13:40 PM
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We need dedicated topic for mining rvn.

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April 05, 2018, 03:17:59 PM
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Signed up and First post now but have been following Kai’s original ANN (Appreciate all the work Kai! Top work mate!) and mining since early feb and wanted to share my hashrate for future ref as I think big things of raven with the community  

3x Zotac Gtx 1060 3gb  = average 6.5-7.3 Mh/s each standard core +400 mem running at 67%
1x Gigabyte G1 Gaming Gtx = average 10.5-11.2 Mh/s each standard +200 mem running at 71%

Averaging around 30 Mh/s on suprnova using Suprminer (https://github.com/ocminer/suprminer)
Was using original ccminer and only hashing on average 17 Mh/s for the first month or so, made a decent amount of rvn then but times have changed

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April 05, 2018, 03:37:06 PM
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Try those 3 things:

Use the other version of SGminer!, the one that got the bounty as first amd miner
Be sure you  Select the Platform correctly

If not

rename ( or delete ) the temporary bin file has been created in the directory.

If not

reset to stock all the card:

and then
rename ( or delete ) the temporary bin file has been created in the directory.



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April 05, 2018, 03:43:30 PM
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Any word on what is going on at Threeeye Pool?
No payouts in the past day?
Is everything OK there?

Well then suddenly there was no one left standing in the hall....
Of a nightbird singing "come away come away"
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April 05, 2018, 04:22:50 PM
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My rig is stable for weeks on 100% po, will try to lower and see the diff.

You should see much lower temps and obviously lower electricity usage means more money!
And with all that your hash rate should not change by much if at all. But definitely experiment in the 60-80 range.

Yeah 80% PL is the best bet for lower energy usage and heat output. Also keeps the hardware running cooler which is great if you have your setup inside. I notice a significant reduction in heat output at 80% PL compared to 100% PL. Have to also imagine it uses much less power and is healthier for the gpu's.  

I'd personally suggest to anyone to at least compare their rigs at 100% and 80%. You won't lose that much profit but the quality of life is vastly improved. I also set my fan speed to a consent level, depending on the gpu. This avoid the fans ramping up and down which just doesn't sound healthy for the fans and drives me crazy to hear.  
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April 05, 2018, 04:27:12 PM
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Nevermore 0.2.2 released today.

https://github.com/brian112358/nevermore-miner/releases/tag/v0.2.2


Always doubt.
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April 05, 2018, 04:52:47 PM
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duno if the difficulty is just out of wack or what but this coin isn't remotely profitable or minable on " average hardware" as far as I can see.

Ravencoin was only CPU mineable in the beginning when there was no GPU miner released yet. Now there are thousands of miners with above average GPUs mining Ravencoin, all sharing a limited amount of block rewards.

You brought a GT 620 to a 1080 Ti farm fight.





Agreed. But this coin was originally intended for the average jo miner. The current implementation makes its purpose obsolete and kinda pointless was what I was pointing out. I understand the big farmers with 10 rigs speculating this coin for profitability. My point was if the coin cant do what it was intended to do then its value will likely not climb either as its intended purpose is false. Sure I could point my rigs at it, but IMHO I would be wasting my time as the coins premise is false and IMHO I don't think it will gain value. Essentially the big rig farmers are doing to this coin exactly what ASIC's do.

No matter the intention for Joe Miner, the nature of Crypocurrenting mining is that difficulties will always increase as more coin is mined.

The intebded purpose of Raven is much greater than to allow Joe Miner to mine it. That was a conscious effort to allow by making it ASIC resistent but there is more to a coin then the means of mining it.
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April 05, 2018, 04:55:18 PM
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at 1080 what speed shows? who tested already, please unsubscribe whether it is worthwhile bothering or it is not better than the miner from 1.03 Huh
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April 05, 2018, 05:13:19 PM
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Have not received a payout from threeeyed pool in over a day, anyone else having a problem with that?
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April 05, 2018, 05:18:14 PM
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How does the asset transfer system work?
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April 05, 2018, 05:18:39 PM
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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 ^.


I didn't know it is that short of time of each hash function. In that case, it is best to not show them.
Thanks for the explanation.
 
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April 05, 2018, 05:34:03 PM
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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 ^.


I didn't know it is that short of time of each hash function. In that case, it is best to not show them.
Thanks for the explanation.
 

That is the exact thought process I had Smiley
No problem Smiley
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April 05, 2018, 05:39:41 PM
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Try those 3 things:

Use the other version of SGminer!, the one that got the bounty as first amd miner
Be sure you  Select the Platform correctly

If not

rename ( or delete ) the temporary bin file has been created in the directory.

If not

reset to stock all the card:

and then
rename ( or delete ) the temporary bin file has been created in the directory.





Yeah i dont know what SG version i have now but this one is starting.

However next problem, it will crash after 5-10 minutes mining.

Temps are fine (around 65) and i am testing with -I 19 (also tried 16 but same sh1t), clocks are standard (no overclocks).

The miner will say that the speed: death or sick.

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April 05, 2018, 05:45:20 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

Something is wrong with your config. Your 3 1060s should be making 90 a day alone. The 1050ti should be able to pull 25 a day. A 1070 roughly 55. Not sure about a 980. But between your 10 series cards, that should make 180 rvn a day, that's $7.20 a day at $0.04 a coin.

If you have not actually done real world mining of raven and are only going off of some calculator on a website to determine that you wouls get only 80, then you are missing out. I get 80 with a 1 1080, 1 1060 and 1 1050. You should be doing well over 80, at least double that.
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April 05, 2018, 05:53:40 PM
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If you have not actually done real world mining of raven and are only going off of some calculator on a website to determine that you wouls get only 80, then you are missing out. I get 80 with a 1 1080, 1 1060 and 1 1050. You should be doing well over 80, at least double that.

at what power consumption and what miner?

I get 112 odd a day with 3 x 1060,1 x 1070,1 x 1070 Ti.  All at around 65-70% PL.
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April 05, 2018, 05:58:23 PM
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Sorry for the stupid question guys i'm new.
I cant get my AMD miner sgminer-x16r-windows to work.
Any idea why? Huh
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April 05, 2018, 06:03:50 PM
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If you have not actually done real world mining of raven and are only going off of some calculator on a website to determine that you wouls get only 80, then you are missing out. I get 80 with a 1 1080, 1 1060 and 1 1050. You should be doing well over 80, at least double that.

at what power consumption and what miner?

I get 112 odd a day with 3 x 1060,1 x 1070,1 x 1070 Ti.  All at around 65-70% PL.

i personally use suprminer, but between enemy, suprminer and nevermore i don't see extreme differences.

CCminer is REALLY shit, at least 20% less hash if not more now with these 3 miners updating almost daily. i get 40-48 MH/s on 12 1050TI's at 560(average) (520-600 fluctuating) watts at the wall for full system load.

my 1050TI rigs right now would compare to Eth:

173 MH/s at 700Watts, equal to about Euro 4,40 a day revenue on Ethereum
~44 MH/s at 520Watts equal to about Euro 5 a day revenue on ravencoin.
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April 05, 2018, 06:06:20 PM
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Does RavenCoin have some sort of e-commerce / woo commerce plugin for payments? for example if i have webstore and want to accept RVN payments?
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April 05, 2018, 06:07:40 PM
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Sorry for the stupid question guys i'm new.
I cant get my AMD miner sgminer-x16r-windows to work.
Any idea why? Huh

What is your problem? Ï also got many problems with the wallet.

Started with; closing directly, i got fixed that (was using a wrong sgminer for x16r)
New problem: amd drivers crash after 5-10 minutes mining so the miner also stop working.

Busy for hours now, cant get this miner work.. Got 0 problems with claymore,xmrstak and etc, its pure this sgminer what is just crap.

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April 05, 2018, 06:13:28 PM
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Sorry for the stupid question guys i'm new.
I cant get my AMD miner sgminer-x16r-windows to work.
Any idea why? Huh

What is your problem? Ï also got many problems with the wallet.

Started with; closing directly, i got fixed that (was using a wrong sgminer for x16r)
New problem: amd drivers crash after 5-10 minutes mining so the miner also stop working.

Busy for hours now, cant get this miner work.. Got 0 problems with claymore,xmrstak and etc, its pure this sgminer what is just crap.

I start sgminer.exe

Then the Console Pop up

[20:08:40] Started sgminer 5.5.6-gm-brianmct
[20:08:40] * using Jansson 2.7
[20:08:40] Need to specify at least one pool server.
Input server details.
URL:

I insert the url and my adress.
Im not sure what i have to type in when it asks for the Password. Is it the PW from the Wallet?
After insert everything it crashes after 5s.

Thanks for the help
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