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Author Topic: [ANN] [PXC] Phoenixcoin v0.6.6.1 ~ NeoScrypt Original ~ 5 Years Old  (Read 109078 times)
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August 03, 2017, 11:37:56 AM
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Cool!  Smiley While the old version just wouldn't want the sync this morning (after some restarts and waiting)
the new version (with the copied blockchain) synced within a few seconds.

Though - is anyone lucky with solo mining right now with the new wallet?
Didn't find a single block within the last 3 hours - where usually I would find ~3 in that time.
Maybe bad luck but... wanted to ask around.

edit: pling! first coins came in now. Probably really just bad luck?
edit2: Well, no. 1 block during 8 hours with 1150 kH/s. That's more than just bad luck. Hum.
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August 03, 2017, 06:41:08 PM
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edit: pling! first coins came in now. Probably really just bad luck?
edit2: Well, no. 1 block during 8 hours with 1150 kH/s. That's more than just bad luck. Hum.

Are there many rejects/orphans?

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August 03, 2017, 06:51:42 PM
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No... there was just a single found block and it got 60 confirmations until I stopped the wallet.

Restarted two hours ago with 0.6.6.0 but it looks like it doesn't want to sync at all today - even with 39 connection.

Phoenixcoin doesn't like me.
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August 03, 2017, 06:53:43 PM
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No... there was just a single found block and it got 60 confirmations until I stopped the wallet.

Restarted two hours ago with 0.6.6.0 but it looks like it doesn't want to sync at all today - even with 39 connection.

Phoenixcoin doesn't like me.

Well, there must be a reason. Look at your debug.log

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August 03, 2017, 07:47:07 PM
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Yea... there should be. But I'm not versed enough yet to distinguish a healthy log from a faulty one.
At least I don't see any big striking errors in there.

I'll redownload the blockchain (copied over the one from 0.6.6.0 before) and see if I've more luck then.

edit: Okay 9/10 accepted after 14 hours now. Given that on average I should find a block every 1.4 hours with my hashrate of 1150 kH/s I think that's okay.
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August 05, 2017, 12:07:40 PM
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https://hexpool.com
Fast, stable and https secure mining pool
Only 1.5% fee
Automatic payouts every 2 hours


How to mine?
Fire up your preferred miner with the following parameters (replace WALLET with your wallet address):
Code:
-a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://hexpool.com:4233 -u WALLET -p c=PXC

Explorer
https://hexpool.com/explorer/PXC
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August 06, 2017, 07:49:41 PM
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First time hosting PXC? If so, good timing — seems miningpoolhub removed PXC last week (I don't miss their 5% fee though!) Shocked Perhaps you'd consider an FTC+ORB+HAL+PCX neoscrypt multipool? Grin

Once I get my system updated & moved (and the weather cools a bit) I'll try it out; I usually use the atlas p2pool though.

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August 06, 2017, 07:53:25 PM
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First time hosting PXC? If so, good timing — seems miningpoolhub removed PXC last week (I don't miss their 5% fee though!) Shocked Perhaps you'd consider an FTC+ORB+HAL+PCX neoscrypt multipool? Grin

Once I get my system updated & moved (and the weather cools a bit) I'll try it out; I usually use the atlas p2pool though.

Yes, first time Smiley we can add all coins you'd like - will have a look st those tmrw.

We do it for fun - not for huge profits, that's why you will never(!) see a fee of 5%. We don't care if we don't earn something at a coin.
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August 06, 2017, 11:22:43 PM
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Perhaps you'd consider an FTC+ORB+HAL+PCX neoscrypt multipool? Grin

Like this? Smiley

http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/gomining?algo=neoscrypt

Hash Refinery Pool http://pool.hashrefinery.com/ - Over 50 coins active on 15+ algos - Receive payouts in any listed coin or auto-conversion to BTC
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August 07, 2017, 01:09:18 AM
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Perhaps you'd consider an FTC+ORB+HAL+PCX neoscrypt multipool? Grin

Like this? Smiley

http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/gomining?algo=neoscrypt

Well how about that, one I didn't see show up searching teh google. (Not listed in the Altcoin Pools sub-board here, either!) Nothing like a little competition. Wink

Perhaps ghostlander will update the ANN op's with these pools... Grin

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August 08, 2017, 04:29:24 AM
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Remove miningpoolhub.com from the list, they are still allowing miners to connect and mine even though the wallets have been disabled.
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August 08, 2017, 12:06:37 PM
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Does anyone have an uploaded synchronised blockchain?
The syncing process is taking too long for me, and i'm on a 150mb/s internet connection..
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August 08, 2017, 12:22:24 PM
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Remove miningpoolhub.com from the list, they are still allowing miners to connect and mine even though the wallets have been disabled.

I found that they will reroute to the FTC mining pool, so give it a look to your FTC wallet Wink
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August 08, 2017, 09:30:45 PM
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Dead pools removed from the OP, new ones added.

Does anyone have an uploaded synchronised blockchain?
The syncing process is taking too long for me, and i'm on a 150mb/s internet connection..

It takes less than a day to download the entire block chain. Tested recently on a generic Windows notebook with Wi-Fi, got it almost done overnight. I think that's not bad for a coin 4 years old.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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August 08, 2017, 10:07:47 PM
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Hi

Any one can help me for solo mining Phoenixcoin with Nvidia Graphics?

I'm an amateur Please help me in simple way!
Add the following to a .bat file, and run
Code:
SET user=RPCUSER
SET pass=RPCPASSWORD
SET host=127.0.0.1:9554
ccminer-x64.exe -a neoscrypt -o %host% -u %user% -p %pass%
pause

Hi

where I create this bat? in miner folder or  wallet folder?
what is host , user  and password?
should i change  RPCUSER , RPCPASSWORD ?

Assuming you're using a windows wallet.

1) In PhoenixCoin\data create or edit file phoenixcoin.conf

Code:
rpcuser=RPCUSER
rpcpassword=RPCPASSWORD
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.0.*
rpcport=9554
port=9555

server=1
daemon=1
listen=1

2) Restart wallet
3) Download ccminer (https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases)
4) Create bat file in ccminer folder RPCUSER/RPCPASSWORD matching those used in phoenixcoin.conf
Code:
SET user=RPCUSER
SET pass=RPCPASSWORD
SET host=127.0.0.1:9554
ccminer-x64.exe -a neoscrypt -o %host% -u %user% -p %pass%
pause

5) Run ccminer bat-file
6) $$$


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Hello | 2xjO9M3P,
I will do the mining but I do not know which Graphic is good for mining PXC.
Would you recommend a good graphic: RX radeon or Nividia.
One more whether APU can be used for mining?
Thanks

According to whattomine RX480 will give you ~650kh/s, GTX1070 will give you 1,050kh/s.
I can confirm the latter numbers are approximately correct


Hey there i tried all the above but seem to be getting an error when i try to solo mine,

Here is the error i get

http://prntscr.com/g62p25

If someone could help me get up and running i would much appreciate it
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August 08, 2017, 10:17:57 PM
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Perhaps you'd consider an FTC+ORB+HAL+PCX neoscrypt multipool? Grin

Like this? Smiley

http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/gomining?algo=neoscrypt

In regards to this site, doesn't it only pay out in Bitcoin instead of the coins you are mining? as i really would love something like this that pays out in all 5 of those coins
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August 08, 2017, 11:35:28 PM
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In regards to this site, doesn't it only pay out in Bitcoin instead of the coins you are mining? as i really would love something like this that pays out in all 5 of those coins
Right on the front page:

<ALGO> is the name of the algorithm you are mining. Example: neoscrypt.us.hashrefinery.com
<WALLET_ADDRESS> can be one of any currency we mine or a BTC address.
As optional password, you can use -p c=<SYMBOL> if the pool does not set the currency correctly on the Wallet page.

Only one coin can be targeted; the "pseudo multipool" part (targeting the algo only) converts all coins mined to BTC when a coin is not specified in the password and a BTC wallet is specified.

Like you, I wish we could put an address in for each coin we want in the group (I have no interest in GUN) and mine based on the lowest diff/highest profitability coin of the ones we entered. Doubt it can be done on a yiimp/anonymous one-wallet-address-at-a-time site; this would need a login with address management or a highly modified miner command listing multiple wallet addresses...

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August 09, 2017, 04:23:48 AM
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I downloaded the wallet from Phoenix web site
easy as, then ran it to its directory in c/: user/ owner/appdata/roaming  
all went good on the install, the wallet updated with no worries.
I then secured the wallet with my encrypted password.
Then went into options and under main I allowed 0.0010000 transaction fee
I then transferred 50k of coins to the wallet, phew no problems so far.

now I wanted to start mining so me thinking that's easy click on Mining changed it to solo then the threads to 8 scan-time was shaded out with the number 99 so left it and then allowed the pc to mine.
the wallet showed time- Solo Mining started, that's great, yes?
on checking the wallet to see everything else it tells me that the lock is locked and currently encrypted.
The mining crossed hammers? are mining Phoenix coins at 3119 Hashed per second.
next is the graph which say that- 8 active connections to the Phoenixcoin network.
the Tick/Check on the bottom right of the wallet says the following when I hover my mouse over.
Up to date,
The current difficulty is 1.53037
processed 1461516 Blocks of the transaction history

Now the question is.......................... have I done everything right?Huh?
and after three full days ......nothing seems to be mined?
How long does it take to mine coins with the info I have given so far.
any answers in detail would be greatly appreciated.

one thing I did like about this coin was the speed it transfer to wallets, it was great. Shocked
also while I am talking about mining,
is there a way that one can use his graphics cards as I have 2 in my pc
cheers
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August 09, 2017, 06:32:02 AM
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The mining crossed hammers? are mining Phoenix coins at 3119 Hashed per second.

 


I'm not familiar with mining this coin personally (so far anyways), but if you're CPU mining as it sounds and that hashrate is 3319 H/s then you will go a long time without finding any block solo mining. A single GTX 1080 ti should do around 1800 Kh/s, or roughly 545x higher hashrate. My understanding of this coin where it's at now is that you would need several rigs running high end video cards to have the hashrate big enough to even consider solo mining.
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August 09, 2017, 11:35:01 AM
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Yes, solo mining at 3KH/s isn't worth it. Switch to pool mining to get regular though small payouts.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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