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December 14, 2013, 01:44:13 AM
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Hey all,

I got a question regarding the 2 things in my header...

How do u know the correct values of scan-time and expiry to setup in CGminer?
Im asking because those 2 are pretty important to avoid stales/invalids.

Are the values that u use coin related? Or general good for different sort of coins?

Especially interested in the values for scryptcoins.

Thx for having a quick look and reply!  Wink
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sorry, can't tell you because that would lead to more mining competition.   zero sum game and all.

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