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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1162284 times)
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April 08, 2018, 04:37:12 PM
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all 3 miners are statistically the same, and i like suprminer 1.6 as well because of the no dev fee right now. if a dev creates a miner that will improve my hashrates statistically more then 3% i will switch over if he has a dev fee attached to it without hesitation


There are so many miners out for x16r now. Looking on RavenMiner.com, I see over 20 different miners. That's great for the community. And it speaks well for RVN that there is that much interest out there. Great to see. It's all of our futures!

But you should support Developers of mining software - especilly if you want new ones in the future. If you get the same Hash rate, use one that supports a dev - you are getting the same or better coin and the dev team is getting paid. That will help with future progress.

I was on RVN (a little over a month back) when there was only 2.2.5 and I picked up over 15% when i switched to Enemy 1.03.
Now, I use Enemy 1.04. I'm still getting the same/better coin and the Developer is getting paid. I want him to make money, so he makes better miners.

Remember to thank your developer.

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 08, 2018, 04:39:42 PM
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still no payment for me..

I hear your pain and concern. I was stuck, when the missed payments began two days ago, with about 1200RVN in no man’s land.

BUT I’ve been getting pay outs every couple of hours and now I back to where I should be. At least on what was mined before the problem.

I jumped to a new pool, waiting to see how they handled it. Now I am back to mining at 3i. THe 3i Developers have been or are on Discord - you can follow them there.

I wish they would post here to help calm things down.

It isn’t a scam - its just a thin dev team with a problem while everyone is out of the office.

Even though there is some risk, I’m getting better coin from 3i than other pools, so I'm mining there with 27 workers (mostly 1070Tis)

You have to decide if its worth the risk.

I was pretty upset when the nonpayments first happened. But, I've calmed down, partially because they made some back payments and partially because they are communicating on Discord.

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 - Not a scam. Everyone will get their coins. Everyone.  
 - This pool has earned better coin rate than either Suprnova or Revanminer. Lucky a$$ pool for sure.

I've been mining Raven for over a month - this has been one rough coin to mine. The algo is a killer to keep stable, pools all have had issues (RIP RVNPool). Keep the faith, it will pay.



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April 08, 2018, 05:00:43 PM
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Looking like ThreeEyed might need more time to get their stuff sorted out. Moved to Suprnova for now. Seems like a much better overall setup. Needed to sign up but other then that I like the interface compared to ThreeEyed. Can also set up a payment threshold which I like.

Just hope I end up getting my 200+ RVN from ThreeEyed sooner or later.
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April 08, 2018, 05:24:47 PM
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I'm at 65% TDP, so that shouldn't be an issue. I have to lower intensity to 16 to get some estability, but loosing considerable hashrate
And I've tired Awesome Miner, but i get this error just at start:

HTTP request failed: Empty reply from server
get_work failed, retry after 30 seconds

and I don't know how to solve it

what pool are you using?  in Awesome Miner you will either have to add your miner line to the Advanced section under the pool or to the Advanced under the miner itself.  Not sure how you did your miner line...

ETA:  If you follow the youtube video he configures his miner line in there

this video could also help:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ie1ipHv0SdY
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April 08, 2018, 06:44:54 PM
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all 3 miners are statistically the same, and i like suprminer 1.6 as well because of the no dev fee right now. if a dev creates a miner that will improve my hashrates statistically more then 3% i will switch over if he has a dev fee attached to it without hesitation


There are so many miners out for x16r now. Looking on RavenMiner.com, I see over 20 different miners. That's great for the community. And it speaks well for RVN that there is that much interest out there. Great to see. It's all of our futures!

But you should support Developers of mining software - especilly if you want new ones in the future. If you get the same Hash rate, use one that supports a dev - you are getting the same or better coin and the dev team is getting paid. That will help with future progress.

I was on RVN (a little over a month back) when there was only 2.2.5 and I picked up over 15% when i switched to Enemy 1.03.
Now, I use Enemy 1.04. I'm still getting the same/better coin and the Developer is getting paid. I want him to make money, so he makes better miners.

Remember to thank your developer.

I agree till a certain extend.

You realise that 1% of mining profits is extremely overpriced right? i am currently looking for a dev that will just build these miners for me privately, because paying someone 10K is cheaper in the long run then 1% dev fee. i would pay 0.025% for a dev fee. claymore is literally making millions on his miner, and he really doesn't update much.

Untill dev's offer a single payment/ or per update payment or way lower dev fee, i tend to not take the miner with dev fee. not that i don't want them to make money, i don't agree with a lifetime of "free" payments for often not constantly developed miners with issues that in a real world business enviroment would just get you fired if you don't fix it right away.
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April 08, 2018, 06:56:28 PM
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all 3 miners are statistically the same, and i like suprminer 1.6 as well because of the no dev fee right now. if a dev creates a miner that will improve my hashrates statistically more then 3% i will switch over if he has a dev fee attached to it without hesitation


There are so many miners out for x16r now. Looking on RavenMiner.com, I see over 20 different miners. That's great for the community. And it speaks well for RVN that there is that much interest out there. Great to see. It's all of our futures!

But you should support Developers of mining software - especilly if you want new ones in the future. If you get the same Hash rate, use one that supports a dev - you are getting the same or better coin and the dev team is getting paid. That will help with future progress.

I was on RVN (a little over a month back) when there was only 2.2.5 and I picked up over 15% when i switched to Enemy 1.03.
Now, I use Enemy 1.04. I'm still getting the same/better coin and the Developer is getting paid. I want him to make money, so he makes better miners.

Remember to thank your developer.

I agree till a certain extend.

You realise that 1% of mining profits is extremely overpriced right? i am currently looking for a dev that will just build these miners for me privately, because paying someone 10K is cheaper in the long run then 1% dev fee. i would pay 0.025% for a dev fee. claymore is literally making millions on his miner, and he really doesn't update much.

Untill dev's offer a single payment/ or per update payment or way lower dev fee, i tend to not take the miner with dev fee. not that i don't want them to make money, i don't agree with a lifetime of "free" payments for often not constantly developed miners with issues that in a real world business enviroment would just get you fired if you don't fix it right away.


This is crypto man, dont hoard and try to work out things with others, maybe even help them... paying 1% to someone who did all the work seems to me more than reasonable... if you dont want to, dont mine and just buy a full bag of RVN from the exchange.
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April 08, 2018, 07:25:34 PM
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I'm at 65% TDP, so that shouldn't be an issue. I have to lower intensity to 16 to get some estability, but loosing considerable hashrate
And I've tired Awesome Miner, but i get this error just at start:

HTTP request failed: Empty reply from server
get_work failed, retry after 30 seconds

and I don't know how to solve it

what pool are you using?  in Awesome Miner you will either have to add your miner line to the Advanced section under the pool or to the Advanced under the miner itself.  Not sure how you did your miner line...

ETA:  If you follow the youtube video he configures his miner line in there

this video could also help:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ie1ipHv0SdY

Thanks a lot dude! With that video I've been able to configure it correctly and make it work
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April 08, 2018, 08:18:14 PM
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all 3 miners are statistically the same, and i like suprminer 1.6 as well because of the no dev fee right now. if a dev creates a miner that will improve my hashrates statistically more then 3% i will switch over if he has a dev fee attached to it without hesitation


There are so many miners out for x16r now. Looking on RavenMiner.com, I see over 20 different miners. That's great for the community. And it speaks well for RVN that there is that much interest out there. Great to see. It's all of our futures!

But you should support Developers of mining software - especilly if you want new ones in the future. If you get the same Hash rate, use one that supports a dev - you are getting the same or better coin and the dev team is getting paid. That will help with future progress.

I was on RVN (a little over a month back) when there was only 2.2.5 and I picked up over 15% when i switched to Enemy 1.03.
Now, I use Enemy 1.04. I'm still getting the same/better coin and the Developer is getting paid. I want him to make money, so he makes better miners.

Remember to thank your developer.

I agree till a certain extend.

You realise that 1% of mining profits is extremely overpriced right? i am currently looking for a dev that will just build these miners for me privately, because paying someone 10K is cheaper in the long run then 1% dev fee. i would pay 0.025% for a dev fee. claymore is literally making millions on his miner, and he really doesn't update much.

Untill dev's offer a single payment/ or per update payment or way lower dev fee, i tend to not take the miner with dev fee. not that i don't want them to make money, i don't agree with a lifetime of "free" payments for often not constantly developed miners with issues that in a real world business enviroment would just get you fired if you don't fix it right away.


This is crypto man, dont hoard and try to work out things with others, maybe even help them... paying 1% to someone who did all the work seems to me more than reasonable... if you dont want to, dont mine and just buy a full bag of RVN from the exchange.

Again, i have nothing against people making money. it is my choice what i do with my time, and my own money, i am an owner of a successfull IT business, not because i hoard but because i make smart choices where to spend my money.

1% is too much for the (often, but not always ) lack of straight up support or updates. i have no contract with devs so they can always still decide to just stop producing anything for their miner and i am still out 1% all the time.

In the end i want to get the best performance for the best price, just like anyone else, and giving someone 1% of my profits, for the exact same work someone else does not is not a smart business choice.

again, i'm 100% paying the dev, and i did so in the past with good software, and if the person developing actually wanted it. I often also traded knowledge for software.
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April 08, 2018, 08:18:48 PM
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Write-up about the new miners
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Ravencoin (RVN) Decentralised: RHE9Pys8aQ47G28PYhC2umaT7ouNvtpXkU
Hanacoin (HANA) Centralised: HJzbjF8YUcETVB6K23o84aRY7wBirzJNrr
Both can work
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April 08, 2018, 08:26:32 PM
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Just looking at the CMC price for RVN and it is 609 satoshis.
Before the Exchanges the OTC price was 500 sats then it dropped down to 298 when Cryptobridge came online. Only due to the low volume for sale.
I think this coin is doing remarkably well for its age where it had no marketing pump and ICO. It has only passed 3 months old 5-6 days ago.

Ravencoin (RVN) Decentralised: RHE9Pys8aQ47G28PYhC2umaT7ouNvtpXkU
Hanacoin (HANA) Centralised: HJzbjF8YUcETVB6K23o84aRY7wBirzJNrr
Both can work
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April 08, 2018, 09:33:52 PM
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Hi

i have had same problem with ThreeEyed  no payements last few days at all, and share total keeps resetting, moved to http://yiimp.eu for time being

and again hope i get coins they owe me, this like third pool for this coin now

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April 08, 2018, 09:46:02 PM
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Hi

i have had same problem with ThreeEyed  no payements last few days at all, and share total keeps resetting, moved to http://yiimp.eu for time being

and again hope i get coins they owe me, this like third pool for this coin now



I've read somewhere that pays will resume on monday. I still have some coins waiting for that, and some from before lost forever...
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April 08, 2018, 10:10:41 PM
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still no payment for me..

I hear your pain and concern. I was stuck, when the missed payments began two days ago, with about 1200RVN in no man’s land.

BUT I’ve been getting pay outs every couple of hours and now I back to where I should be. At least on what was mined before the problem.

I jumped to a new pool, waiting to see how they handled it. Now I am back to mining at 3i. THe 3i Developers have been or are on Discord - you can follow them there.

I wish they would post here to help calm things down.

It isn’t a scam - its just a thin dev team with a problem while everyone is out of the office.

Even though there is some risk, I’m getting better coin from 3i than other pools, so I'm mining there with 27 workers (mostly 1070Tis)

You have to decide if its worth the risk.

I was pretty upset when the nonpayments first happened. But, I've calmed down, partially because they made some back payments and partially because they are communicating on Discord.

Keys:
 - Not a scam. Everyone will get their coins. Everyone.  
 - This pool has earned better coin rate than either Suprnova or Revanminer. Lucky a$$ pool for sure.

I've been mining Raven for over a month - this has been one rough coin to mine. The algo is a killer to keep stable, pools all have had issues (RIP RVNPool). Keep the faith, it will pay.



Does anybody have the discord invite link for ThreeEyed?
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April 08, 2018, 11:36:21 PM
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RIP rvnstats.info
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April 08, 2018, 11:45:52 PM
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RIP rvnstats.info

What happened to it? Anybody knows?

Last time I tried to enter there was a Login page... Now is like some wasteland
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April 09, 2018, 12:05:35 AM
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Is there someone mining RVN with GTX1080(colorfull)
I use the nevermore mine software, the software show the hashrate is 12MH/s
but the pool shows only 9MH/s. So some hashrate is missing in my enviroment

I just wanna know whether someone else mining RVN with GTX1080 and the pool hashrate is similar
to the mining software shows , doesn't have so big gap ??


Thanks in advance
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April 09, 2018, 12:16:48 AM
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Is there someone mining RVN with GTX1080(colorfull)
I use the nevermore mine software, the software show the hashrate is 12MH/s
but the pool shows only 9MH/s. So some hashrate is missing in my enviroment

I just wanna know whether someone else mining RVN with GTX1080 and the pool hashrate is similar
to the mining software shows , doesn't have so big gap ??


Thanks in advance

I was using suprminer on Ravenminer and I got more or less my 12 Mh/s per card.
Wich overclock setting do u use, by the way?
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April 09, 2018, 12:23:58 AM
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Is there someone mining RVN with GTX1080(colorfull)
I use the nevermore mine software, the software show the hashrate is 12MH/s
but the pool shows only 9MH/s. So some hashrate is missing in my enviroment

I just wanna know whether someone else mining RVN with GTX1080 and the pool hashrate is similar
to the mining software shows , doesn't have so big gap ??


Thanks in advance

I was using suprminer on Ravenminer and I got more or less my 12 Mh/s per card.
Wich overclock setting do u use, by the way?

12Mh/s makes sense. So it seems my env is the cause.
I don't have overclock setting ,the card is running on the normal clock
your 12Mh/s  hashrate is gotten under overclock setting ?
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April 09, 2018, 12:39:45 AM
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I just went Full Node on two machines.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Ravencoin/comments/895k54/a_very_easy_way_to_help_the_ravencoin_network/
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April 09, 2018, 12:58:50 AM
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RIP rvnstats.info

What happened to it? Anybody knows?

Last time I tried to enter there was a Login page... Now is like some wasteland
https://www.ravencoined.com/rvnstats/

Say's it's offline and to check back later, could just be down for an update or whatnot..
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