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Author Topic: [ANN][TAG] TAGMining.Com is now the official pool of Tagcoin!  (Read 44802 times)
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December 25, 2013, 03:27:07 AM
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Naturally after moving my miners over, we got an ice storm that knocked power out for 28 hours (we were lucky).  Now we're getting high wind tomorrow so it will probably go out for a while again.  Eh... is what it is.  But anyway, I am enjoying the pool.  I'm getting quite a number of blocks.  I'd have to do the math, but I feel it's almost double what would be expected.  I'll take the string of good luck while it lasts.

Does this pool software offer total blocks found by user as one of the stats?  I always thought that was a cool stat.

Edit:  Never mind.  Didn't click around enough apparently.  LOL. 
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December 25, 2013, 03:37:23 AM
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Naturally after moving my miners over, we got an ice storm that knocked power out for 28 hours (we were lucky).  Now we're getting high wind tomorrow so it will probably go out for a while again.  Eh... is what it is.  But anyway, I am enjoying the pool.  I'm getting quite a number of blocks.  I'd have to do the math, but I feel it's almost double what would be expected.  I'll take the string of good luck while it lasts.

Does this pool software offer total blocks found by user as one of the stats?  I always thought that was a cool stat.

Edit:  Never mind.  Didn't click around enough apparently.  LOL.  

LOL... yeah, I'm the same way, Frank.  I always end up finding what I'm looking for after I ask where it is.  My wife almost always know's what's coming next when I say, "Hey babe..." lol.

Grats on the good luck.  It seems to happen to people on the pool.  When you think you're just going to be a little fish in a big pond, you end up being a shark.  Keep it up, mate!

Northern midwest, Frank?

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December 25, 2013, 05:34:01 AM
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Yeah, we get all the weather imaginable at one point or another.  Normally in the same week.  Nap on the deck on Monday in the sun, build a snow man on Wednesday, gather up the lawn furniture on Friday after the thunderstorm Thursday for the BBQ on Saturday.  Exaggeration but not by much. 
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December 25, 2013, 05:34:39 AM
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To all the miners out there that celebrate Christmas

MERRY CHRISTMAS!


And for the Aussies... I hope Santa gets there in one piece.


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December 25, 2013, 05:40:25 AM
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Yeah, we get all the weather imaginable at one point or another.  Normally in the same week.  Nap on the deck on Monday in the sun, build a snow man on Wednesday, gather up the lawn furniture on Friday after the thunderstorm Thursday for the BBQ on Saturday.  Exaggeration but not by much. 

From NY originally, so I know where you're coming from with that.

It's been weird out here in central CA, too.  It was freezing cold two weeks ago, and then 2 days later, 70 degrees.  I hate when it freezes out here.  I live in the middle of an orchard, so when it freezes at night they turn on these giant wind turbines that move warm air.  They sound like a dozen helicopters landing around the house, all night long.  It's enough to drive a guy to re-enlist.  At least in the Army, I got paid to listen to choppers keeping me up all night lol.

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December 25, 2013, 05:52:05 AM
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Merry Christmas to all the TAGMiners!!!


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December 25, 2013, 11:08:06 AM
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WTF?? Diff 106.3 !
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December 25, 2013, 11:14:06 AM
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^^^^

My thoughts exactly!!!

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December 25, 2013, 02:52:48 PM
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Yesterday and the day before, I noticed someone was taking advantage of the massive trade delays at Cryptsy to artificially make Dogecoin look extremely profitable ($1m + per day lol) which was driving all of the multi coin mining pools to Doge.

I assume those efforts have either ended or Cryptsy got their act together... I think Tag got hit by at least a couple of those pools.  Ouch.  Diff is coming down now though.  I'd love to see Tag stay off the top ten to avoid that.  I like stable difficulty without these radical swings.
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December 25, 2013, 04:40:13 PM
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Man, I go to sleep and everything goes pllffff.  I haven't checked the other pools, but I'm guessing everyone is running on low hashrate right now.

Just got done opening presents with the wife and daughter.  My daughter is 3 1/2 and fully understands the whole Christmas thing now, so that was really cool to hear her wake up and shout "Merry Christmas... let's go see if Santa came" lol.  Too cool.

Hope you all are having a great day today, whether you celebrate or not.

-Fuse

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December 25, 2013, 06:54:31 PM
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Merry Christmas errabody!

I'll have a few more hash to throw at the pool, hopefully by friday, but definitely sometime in the next dew days. Maybe I can earn me some more coinzzz. lol.

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December 26, 2013, 12:33:09 AM
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Vesper,

Do you or anyone you know have any experience with using an AMD APU to hash?

Thanks!

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December 26, 2013, 01:21:57 AM
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Okay, I'm going to try to register an account, even without my miner. I can probably experiment with my CPU.

The multiplier is more accurate if you use this one:  17,895.69708333 It's good up to 1 billion difficulty. Again, this is trial and error from the coinwarz mining calculator, based on 10800 TAG per day for the entire network.

So with the current diff of
64.60628466 * 17,895.69708333 = 1,156,174.49995475

I can just imagine a year from now, the diff and hash rates will double or triple, and when the ASICs start coming in ... we might actually see a 1 GH/s USB based mini miner that renders all of our farms obsolete. (well, maybe not that fast.)

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December 26, 2013, 02:51:39 AM
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The multiplier is more accurate if you use this one:  17,895.69708333 It's good up to 1 billion difficulty. Again, this is trial and error from the coinwarz mining calculator, based on 10800 TAG per day for the entire network.

So with the current diff of
64.60628466 * 17,895.69708333 = 1,156,174.49995475

Dabs,

Thanks for your time and effort to figure this out... is the final number in h/s, Kh/s, Mh/s, Gh/s?

Thanks!

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December 26, 2013, 03:35:34 AM
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The multiplier is more accurate if you use this one:  17,895.69708333 It's good up to 1 billion difficulty. Again, this is trial and error from the coinwarz mining calculator, based on 10800 TAG per day for the entire network.

So with the current diff of
64.60628466 * 17,895.69708333 = 1,156,174.49995475

Dabs,

Thanks for your time and effort to figure this out... is the final number in h/s, Kh/s, Mh/s, Gh/s?

Thanks!

I think that would be KH/s. So that particular number is 1,156 MH/s or 1.1 GH/s. Wow. hehe.

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December 26, 2013, 05:03:00 AM
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Vesper,

Do you or anyone you know have any experience with using an AMD APU to hash?

Thanks!

I haven't, I've only GPU mined, with some CPU mining just to keep some accounts active.

There's some companies out there working on Scrypt ASIC systems, one of them is Alpha Technology. I'm keeping my eye out, and am going to pre-reg some of their gear.

Supposedly 25MH pulling around 600watts for their top model, which is nice.

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December 26, 2013, 05:17:17 AM
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Looks like some of the bigger folks left the pool.

More coins for us Smiley And it spreads out the block finders too.

Or maybe this is fuse's way of tempting me to put more hashpower here.. haha

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December 26, 2013, 06:14:51 AM
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Looks like some of the bigger folks left the pool.

More coins for us Smiley And it spreads out the block finders too.

Or maybe this is fuse's way of tempting me to put more hashpower here.. haha

You caught me lol.

Damn fedex missed their expected delivery date twice now on my replacement PSU.  Out for delivery 2 times, and neither time did they even attempt delivery at my house.  So I call the phone number and it just hangs up on you... stupid fedex.  They should be delivering my PSU which will power another rig for the pool, after I make up the purchase price.  I sold my 7950s for $600, just waiting on the TX to come through.  The money will go to a first "big girl bed" for my daughter, and mining equipment.  Gotta keep growing... gotta keep growing... lol

Yeah, with the exception of the Chinese pool, it seems all the pools are running low right now.  The Chinese pool makes me nervous though.  They're at around 450MH.  That's some crazy power when everyone else is 45 or less.  I'm guessing they've got one hell of an exchange rate over there.

-Fuse

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December 26, 2013, 06:16:36 AM
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Vesper is the now the pool whale!!!

Fuse... do you want my hash rate back here at TAGMining? Let me know... still over at TAG.cryptopool.IT trying to build up that pool. Surprised to see the pool at less than 40Mh/s... last time I checked, the pool was running around 200Mh/s.

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December 26, 2013, 06:24:47 AM
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^-- The new whale lol

Sucks about the PSU man, I've had that happen before.. failure to deliver. Usually when I see it happen, I call and have the distro center hold the package for me to pickup in person. I trust me to pickup rather than them to deliver lol.

I'm going to shift some of my power to one of my other hangouts for a bit to build it up and take some of that pump/dump coin known as Dogecoin. Get it and sell it while it's worth something, that's what I say. It'll pay the electric bill, am I right? Wink

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