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December 19, 2013, 12:02:48 AM
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Anyone know the H/m for amazon cloud mining?

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aws c3.8xlarge

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December 19, 2013, 12:13:00 AM
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None of the IPs on original post work,

try 68.232.188.226 and 198.12.127.2    (darkhosis.nogleg.com and nogleg.net)

oh, there are many ppl stuck at 554 blocks for some reason.  they usually end up trying to submit some blocks to me and my client bans them?

Here are my dedi's running the latest MMC build
(Should be online until Jan.)

addnode 69.197.166.50:1968 add
addnode 198.204.255.50:1968 add
addnode 69.197.181.18:1968 add
addnode 173.208.132.122:1968 add
addnode 69.197.144.42:1968 add
addnode 173.208.132.114:1968 add
addnode 69.197.144.146:1968 add
addnode 69.30.198.114:1968 add

Feel free to add them to your linux conf as well:

addnode=69.197.166.50:1968
addnode=198.204.255.50:1968
addnode=69.197.181.18:1968
addnode=173.208.132.122:1968
addnode=69.197.144.42:1968
addnode=173.208.132.114:1968
addnode=69.197.144.146:1968
addnode=69.30.198.114:1968




Anyone know the H/m for amazon cloud mining?

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    "hashespermin" : 10.21357159,

aws c3.8xlarge

Is that $2.4 per hour?

That translates to 722.4 hours in a month. (24 hours * 4.3 weeks * 7 days)
722.4*2.4 = $1,733.76

The 16 CPU would be $866.88 @ $1.2/hour

Yeeeesh.
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December 19, 2013, 12:24:43 AM
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Is that $2.4 per hour?

That translates to 722.4 hours in a month. (24 hours * 4.3 weeks * 7 days)
722.4*2.4 = $1,733.76

The 16 CPU would be $866.88 @ $1.2/hour

Yeeeesh.


I used to get the .. c3.xlarge (l8 cores, 10GB RAM?... the "budget" CPU server).. I guess maybe I shouldn't say this if it's ever profitable again, but you could always get those @ spot price for .07c in US East (I had 100 running on multiple occasions).

Haven't tried them with this (& they arent worth it anymore with any other coins at current prices)

ed: oh, did you get a promo at wholesaleinternet or just regular prices?  i have about 30 servers, but a lot of them i keep, like the $39 e3-1230's that online.net stuck on oneprovider
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December 19, 2013, 12:34:17 AM
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Is that $2.4 per hour?

That translates to 722.4 hours in a month. (24 hours * 4.3 weeks * 7 days)
722.4*2.4 = $1,733.76

The 16 CPU would be $866.88 @ $1.2/hour

Yeeeesh.


I used to get the .. c3.xlarge (l8 cores, 10GB RAM?... the "budget" CPU server).. I guess maybe I shouldn't say this if it's ever profitable again, but you could always get those @ spot price for .07c in US East (I had 100 running on multiple occasions).

Haven't tried them with this (& they arent worth it anymore with any other coins at current prices)

ed: oh, did you get a promo at wholesaleinternet or just regular prices?  i have about 30 servers, but a lot of them i keep, like the $39 e3-1230's that online.net stuck on oneprovider

x7 Dual L5420 Xeons @ $30 a month
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December 19, 2013, 12:38:05 AM
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Anyone know the H/m for amazon cloud mining?

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    "hashespermin" : 10.21357159,

aws c3.8xlarge

I have been using these on memorycoin. Really doesn't pay. Still didn't find any blocks with 32 CPUs working at it.  One of the biggest problems is that the daemon constantly crashes so you are just wasting money.
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December 19, 2013, 12:39:28 AM
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I used to get the .. c3.xlarge (l8 cores, 10GB RAM?... the "budget" CPU server).. I guess maybe I shouldn't say this if it's ever profitable again, but you could always get those @ spot price for .07c in US East (I had 100 running on multiple occasions).

At .07 how long did you typically retain the server for? Just 1 hour or multiple hours?  How do you setup the storage so you don't lose the data when the spot ends?
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December 19, 2013, 12:48:21 AM
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Epic fail launch. So much for 48 hours ramp up when it was forked right after and new client doesn't even work for most people.
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December 19, 2013, 01:08:03 AM
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That's it, I'm not going to smell this coin again. It stinks badly! Not that it all started poorly with all the premined coins, 6% of mined coins going to developers, software crashing, blockchain not syncing correctly, had fubar difficulty targeting,... Well, now it's official that (most likely) one of existent protoshares pools started mining, if not one of developers. I wouldn't be surprised if they (PTS pools and developers) are tightly connected.

http://www.chainbrowser.com/memorycoin/address/MAWa8jwrpvg87dZCv9KAajCmMY62xJfrKY

I think we can all say bye bye to this crypto. It sucks.


From now on, developers should consider 3 things before releasing anything. 1. Working pool, 2. working miner and 3. working wallet. This is fiasco.

PS. I'm sure damage control will make pool available in 12 hours or so. Well, I'm out anyway.
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December 19, 2013, 01:10:38 AM
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Worst coin ever, mined for 3 days on 3 machines an nothing... nothing but constantly having to restart and resync the blockchain as they go out of sync... client is a joke...

...and ~10% pre-mine, already loads of coins out there for random devs, admins, presidents and what not.
...and bots. One guy hitting a block every 20 minutes, he's at 10,000 MMC now.

I'm going back to Doge, seems more serious and profitable.
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December 19, 2013, 01:22:06 AM
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blocks are getting slow again.

Radix - just imagine
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December 19, 2013, 01:41:53 AM
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like i said in few previous page, these kind of coins (include datacoin) are made to make profit for its owner and developers who know how to write the miner
and keep the miner for them-self only and only public after diff are skyrocket.  Grin
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December 19, 2013, 01:46:18 AM
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profit for its owner and developers who know how to write the miner and keep the miner for them-self only

Actually the client is open source and the hash algorithm is known. So everyone skilled enough can write a miner and make profit. It is not such a difficult task. The question is will it be worth to invest time and effort in it.
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December 19, 2013, 01:49:05 AM
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I used to get the .. c3.xlarge (l8 cores, 10GB RAM?... the "budget" CPU server).. I guess maybe I shouldn't say this if it's ever profitable again, but you could always get those @ spot price for .07c in US East (I had 100 running on multiple occasions).

At .07 how long did you typically retain the server for? Just 1 hour or multiple hours?  How do you setup the storage so you don't lose the data when the spot ends?
Usually until I terminated them... uh, there was like one place in East where you didn't want to drop your .072c servers.... so I'd specifically select like the 'd' or 'c' subnet or w/e.   I never tried to run any during afternoon-evening hours in US, it was mostly around 2am-10am, so it's possible that there's more competition later, I'm not sure

Anyway, I did it for as cheap as possible.  Didn't have any extra storage besides the 8GB.  

I used a script to get them running, the most time consuming element was waiting for the spot instances to be filled and then manually putting the IP addresses into putty (couldnt figure a way past that, had to input the last 2 #'s and rarely a 208 instead of a 209 as 2nd)... once I actually got on the server, it was essentially automated.  for minerd, with ubuntu 13.10, you only have to grab a few things + minerd itself.  protoshares takes a bit longer since you have to get libboost


(and I got a block here, with about 50hash/min total)
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December 19, 2013, 01:55:59 AM
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like i said in few previous page, these kind of coins (include datacoin) are made to make profit for its owner and developers who know how to write the miner
and keep the miner for them-self only and only public after diff are skyrocket.  Grin

include datacoin? Really? Its open source, its a primecoin fork that is also open source and miners exist already...come on dude...
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December 19, 2013, 02:16:39 AM
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.....yeah the miner for dtc has just release few weeks ago, not at the time the coin released, just like mmc now.

// i'm a not developer, so writing thing is not familiar with me. Grin
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December 19, 2013, 02:30:17 AM
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...and bots. One guy hitting a block every 20 minutes, he's at 10,000 MMC now.

This ^^



Why?

I have been mining for 3 days on 2 systems with ZERO luck

Don't bother with this coin until the questions are answered.
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December 19, 2013, 02:35:44 AM
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...and bots. One guy hitting a block every 20 minutes, he's at 10,000 MMC now.

This ^^



Why?

I have been mining for 3 days on 2 systems with ZERO luck

Don't bother with this coin until the questions are answered.

or may he has his own miner, who know  Grin
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December 19, 2013, 02:36:42 AM
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...and bots. One guy hitting a block every 20 minutes, he's at 10,000 MMC now.

This ^^



Why?

I have been mining for 3 days on 2 systems with ZERO luck

Don't bother with this coin until the questions are answered.

Ever hear of cloud mining? Your 2 systems vs 1 guy with 100 cloud servers that each are probably 5 times faster than yours.

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December 19, 2013, 03:27:12 AM
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just turn of all cloud VMs, leaving 2 instances, not expect to have prize, just for luck  Grin

// can someone update current exchange/escrow rate to btc?
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December 19, 2013, 03:30:58 AM
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.....yeah the miner for dtc has just release few weeks ago, not at the time the coin released, just like mmc now.

// i'm a not developer, so writing thing is not familiar with me. Grin

But the coin was released exackly 4 weeks ago! If it was released a few weeks ago it still fast! People are still solo mining!
Did you started mining bitcoins or litecoins the same day it was out? come on!

Btw i get almost 0.5 DTC per day with a i3 laptop while also using it!

But hey anyway. Its getting off thread Tongue
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