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December 13, 2013, 03:01:25 PM
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Relatively new to coin mining - thought I would see what all the fuss is about.   I built myself a twin 7990 setup and went through the learning curve of setting up the software etc.  Quite fun actually.  If it made any decent money, then I may consider setting myself up a few more of these machines.

After playing around switching coins myself and getting the rig mining whatever seemed to be making a decent profit - ignoring the coins that spike up to silly $2000 a day as there seems to be some sort of fault with them (forking?  I dont know the terminiology yet).

So, after being nagged by the wife about constantly spending time fiddling with this "stupid computer" to change the coin it was mining, I decided to join a pool that auto switched coins - and went with Hash Cows.

It doesnt seem to be very profitable to be honest.  12 hours and I have 0.012 BTC, which is about $10 at the current rate.  So $20 a day.   This is less than half what I could get when switching the coins myself  (my setup hashes at about 2900KH/s.  Nothing near the ammount that is "predicted" by Hashcows.

Are there any pools that do this auto switching which actually return decent results?  Or is it a case of just manually changing the coins myself all the time?

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December 13, 2013, 03:04:24 PM
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There are three large multipools:

middlecoin.com - does everything for you, converts all coins to BTC
hashco.ws - more configurable, allows you to specify which coins to convert to BTC and which to keep
multipool.us - no automatic conversion, but can autosend to crypsty and autosell there

You can also set up your own automated switching setup using MultiMiner: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=248173.0
That way you mine just the coins you want to, and can adjust the profitability weightings to bias in favour or against or certain coins.
This option gives you the most control, without needing to constantly check the profitability figures yourself, plus you do all of the pool configuration for each coin, so the process is much more transparent.

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December 13, 2013, 03:18:11 PM
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this is a good one also http://switchercoin.com/
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December 13, 2013, 03:22:18 PM
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Think I will have to look at multiminer, as mining in the dedicated coin pools seems to be a lot better for my set up.  Ive regularly had zero rejected shares when mining just one coin like WDC or LKY etc.  as soon as I mine in one of these automatic switching pools, reject rates make it all the way to 25% in some cases.

Ill have a play with this multiminer program and just leave the machine mining some halfway decent coin for the tme being.

The pool above doesnt seem to switch between that many coins.  No LKY, WDC, GLC, DGC etc..

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December 13, 2013, 03:31:21 PM
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Hey guys,
*I'm newbie to multi-pools*
What I can figure out that, you point your hashes to that pool and it will automatically mine the most profitable coin at that point of time, right?
On a serious note, how many 0.00BTC/day can I expect with 70Kh/s that I get from my nVidia GTS 450?

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December 16, 2013, 11:39:41 AM
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Nice

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