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December 06, 2013, 09:55:52 AM
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http://stablecoin.miners-pool.eu is F***ed AGAIN !

there are no payments for the last found blocks and if you click "My Workers" tab you can see that new workers are automaticaly added to user "ToFist".
HACKED, stay away...

The weird thing is, my page shows ToFist in the create new user box but when I actually create a user, it gives it my proper username and I have been receiving credits for my shares.
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December 06, 2013, 12:49:44 PM
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So does anyone know what profit-switching pool is supporting SBC currently? The hashrate keeps making mad jumps and dips and whichever switching pool it is has WAAAAAAAY more hash power than any SBC pool. I'd like to get in on the switching pool and keep the SBC if possible, since whenever they switch over they basically are taking all the coins...

EDIT: Nevermind, it seems it's hashco.ws that is hopping on SBC

But if you use one of those profit-switching pools, most of the day you'll be mining other coins that you probably don't want or don't think will increase in value much, when you could be mining SBC, so is it worth it just to ensure you get a cut of the blocks it finds on the occasions it does switch to mining SBC?

What do I know though, I seem to be looking at only mining 12 SBC/day at the moment, when I should be getting about 26!

I have my hashrate load balanced between a dedicated SBC pool and hashcows. I like the guaranteed steady income of auto converted BTC from hashcows, and since they let you choose which coins to convert and which to keep I can get BTC for the ones I don't want and keep the ones that I do, like SBC.

You might be right that your method works out well, although it does mean that you're not benefiting from the reduced variance by splitting your hashrate amongst several SBC pools all the time as described here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=215735.new#new and here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=78031.20

Having said that, I'm not sure that method totally works properly, as I've mentioned in that first thread. In addition, overnight I left it on --balance split amongst three Prop pools and on one of them (miningpool.co) I can see that there were several blocks where I haven't contributed any shares, so didn't receive any credit for those, whereas I guess if I was only using that pool I would have contributed some shares for every block.

Mind you the other pools I'm using (coin-base.org and stablecoin.miners-pool.eu) don't appear to list how many shares I've contributed to each block, so it's impossible to say if it's any better on those!

That seems to be one of the problems when choosing pools, that the information they provide varies quite a lot.

I asked some questions in my newbie thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=358711.msg3836730#msg3836730, which I don't want to crosspost here but if anyone could take a look and try and answer some of them for me, that'd be great.

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December 06, 2013, 12:58:16 PM
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if you click on the block number or enter the block number on the round page you should be able to see the shares u contributed

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December 06, 2013, 01:23:24 PM
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if you click on the block number or enter the block number on the round page you should be able to see the shares u contributed

On coin-base.org it shows a list of contributors when clicking on the block number but that's not much help when I'm set to show as anon! There's no "Your share" that I can see and even if there was, it's a lot quicker and simpler to look at a list of the last 50 blocks and see your shares, as on miningpool.co. On stablecoin.miners-pool.eu clicking on the block number just gives me a 404 error!

I'm having a play with hashco.ws at the moment but I'm getting a lot of rejects it seems. I'm using --load-balance to split it 40% to hashco.ws, 40% to miningpool.co and 20% to coin-base.org and hasco.ws shows 143 Kh/s, 109 shares and 4 rejects (3.54%), miningpool.co shows 153 Kh/s and 0% invalid and coin-base.org shows 31 Kh/s and 0.02% invalid (I haven't stated the shares for these two pools as I was using them before restarting the miner with hashco.ws added).
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December 06, 2013, 02:07:36 PM
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If you need a professional German translation by a bilingual native speaker of German, shoot me a PM.
I highly doubt that he will get it from you.


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December 06, 2013, 02:22:39 PM
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The marketing effort is nice, but I do hope that development of the mixing service is still the first priority. This is the main thing that differentiates the coin from the others, and until it's actually implemented, the coin seems pretty generic. I imagine a lot of potential buyers are waiting on this to happen before making a move.
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December 06, 2013, 02:28:03 PM
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Huh? Why would you doubt that? I'm a native speaker... please don't troll, thanks.

I've grown up in Germany speaking both German and English ever since I could talk. Yes, I also speak Mandarin, but at advanced level (living in China for 5 years) and not native...

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A revolution in currency.
StableCoin is an exciting new form of virtual money that you can use for personal or business transactions at high speed and low cost..

Revolution der Währung
StableCoin ist eine neuartige Form von virtuellem Geld, welche Sie sowohl für persönliche als auch geschäftliche Transaktionen bei höchster Geschwindigkeit und niedrigsten Kosten verwenden können.
I'm not trolling.
I'm doubting. Good luck.


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December 06, 2013, 02:48:10 PM
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On the current round on Miningpool.co, it's showing 4796 Valid shares and 497 Invalid (9.4%), hashco.ws is showing 27 Accepted, 1 Rejected (3.57%) and coin-base.org is showing 76 Valid and Invalid (0.01%).

Can anyone explain why I'm getting such a high % of invalid/rejected on the first two but not on the last?
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December 06, 2013, 02:57:43 PM
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Updated the site with more resources. http://stablecoin.net

The marketing effort is nice, but I do hope that development of the mixing service is still the first priority. This is the main thing that differentiates the coin from the others, and until it's actually implemented, the coin seems pretty generic. I imagine a lot of potential buyers are waiting on this to happen before making a move.
Both are being worked on simultaneously. There's a bit of an arms race of sort going on in the altcoin space right now. Market share is equally important, so we're being extremely aggressive on that front. The growth we've experienced in just over a week has been astounding. As we expand even more, we hope to draw the interest of talented individuals who want to join the project.

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December 06, 2013, 03:27:38 PM
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Now hashco.ws is showing my est. daily BTC earnings as 9.677E-5. I wish , lol.
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December 06, 2013, 03:41:25 PM
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Hey artos, what do you think of this comment? It was just posted to the StableCoin subreddit and I find myself kind of agreeing, because I was trying to think of nicknames for it the other day.

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It seems a lot of people like the coin but the branding seems off. Developers aren't marketers, understandably, however when we look at successful names and brands they normally have a common theme of two syllable names or shorter (exception Microsoft). Example: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Facebook, Walmart, Costco, Samsung. You get the point...
I get what they are trying to do with the name, but to me it just doesn't roll off the tongue. This could ultimately be a downfall of stablecoin. It's awkward saying "here let me pay for that with my stablecoin", opposed to, here I have some bitcoin for you.
I wish the dev hired a marketer, emulated bitcoins logo by putting the money lines through the "s" changed the name. Sigh. That's my vent, thanks for listening.

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December 06, 2013, 03:44:09 PM
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Now hashco.ws is showing my est. daily BTC earnings as 9.677E-5. I wish , lol.
You obviously don't have any knowledge on those numbers. That is very, very small.
Someone who's more proficient in English and has a wider knowledge should explain it to you.


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December 06, 2013, 03:45:52 PM
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I would like to set up a Block Explorer for StableCoin that will actually stay online. Willing to cover the costs of a couple, beefy Linode boxes if needed. I would imagine storage is more important than processing power. In any case, if anyone has experience setting these up, please drop me a line.

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December 06, 2013, 03:49:04 PM
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Now hashco.ws is showing my est. daily BTC earnings as 9.677E-5. I wish , lol.
You obviously don't have any knowledge on those numbers. That is very, very small.
Someone who's more proficient in English and has a wider knowledge should explain it to you.

True, I have little knowledge of such numbers. Never mind then, I thought it was just a glitch.
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December 06, 2013, 03:49:26 PM
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Now hashco.ws is showing my est. daily BTC earnings as 9.677E-5. I wish , lol.
You obviously don't have any knowledge on those numbers. That is very, very small.
Someone who's more proficient in English and has a wider knowledge should explain it to you.

It's this much:

0.00009677 BTC per day
SBC is worth 0.00041 BTC each

So you're earning ~1/4th of a single SBC per day

Or 9 cents per day

(At the current rate) Keep in mind this is how most coins start out, they're worth a few pennies, a few months down the road, they're worth dollars. So your 9 cents per day may one day turn into $5 per day let's say

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Hey artos, what do you think of this comment? It was just posted to the StableCoin subreddit and I find myself kind of agreeing, because I was trying to think of nicknames for it the other day.

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It seems a lot of people like the coin but the branding seems off. Developers aren't marketers, understandably, however when we look at successful names and brands they normally have a common theme of two syllable names or shorter (exception Microsoft). Example: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Facebook, Walmart, Costco, Samsung. You get the point...
I get what they are trying to do with the name, but to me it just doesn't roll off the tongue. This could ultimately be a downfall of stablecoin. It's awkward saying "here let me pay for that with my stablecoin", opposed to, here I have some bitcoin for you.
I wish the dev hired a marketer, emulated bitcoins logo by putting the money lines through the "s" changed the name. Sigh. That's my vent, thanks for listening.
I do not think it will matter in the long term.

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December 06, 2013, 05:12:17 PM
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Thanks for working that out for me CoinGeneral

It would be terrible if that was true but it's only the estimate from hashco, which I've only just started using today and is a PPLNS and I understand it takes at least 12 hours to get up to the correct amount per miner on those. It's already changed to 8.675E-5. I've also noticed this doesn't appear to include my SBC earnings, which show as 0.57 SBC at the moment.

I'm mining on a couple of other pools as well and in the past few days have earned roughly what Coinwarz estimates for me, which has been 44 SBC some days and 24 on others due to the varying difficulty. Currently it estimates 64 SBC but I doubt I'll earn that because of just starting with a PPLNS.

I only added hashco to my pools because of  int3ractivodular's comments that when they're mining SBC with their large pool hashrate (currently 878 MH/s) the smaller pools don't have a chance of finding a block or earning me anything, so it seems pointless mining on those whilst hashco is mining SBC. If that's true, ideally we'd be able to direct out all our hashrate to hashco when they're mining SBC and direct it to the other pools when they're not (maybe still leaving some % mining on hashco to get some BTC for the other coins) but it seems the only way to do this at the moment is to manually monitor what coin hashco is mining and switch our pools manually, which is obviously impractical.

I've noticed that there appears to be a bug in CGWatcher, where if I disable a Pool that works but if I later Enable it, that doesn't work and I have to Stop and re-start the miner to fix it, so watch out for that if you try it.

Another strange thing I've noticed is that I use MSI Afterburner to overclock and set my fan to 90% but when I stop the miner, the fan slows right down as if it's reset to Auto speed (probably about 40%) and when I restart the miner (via CGWatcher) it speeds the fan up again but only to 85% and I have to change it in Afterburner manually back to 90%. I'm not sure if CGWatcher or cgminer is causing this, so I'll have to investigate a bit more but I can't see any settings in CGWatcher that would cause it.
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December 06, 2013, 05:32:33 PM
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sbc.pnwminer.com is showing an untrusted certificate issued on 12/2013 when I open the page now, so I'm reluctant to login to it until that's explained or fixed.
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it's not dying i hope
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it's not dying i hope
Why would it be?
It has been more alive than ever.


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