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January 27, 2014, 07:55:16 AM
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I set up a P2Pool server (1% fee) here:

http://smartcoin.freily.com/

If you want to mine on it, just use an address as username, password does not matter.

Example:
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cgminer --scrypt -o http://smartcoin.freily.com:59595 -u SWRAdrk56FgrGz3VFpwca4BJDSdNZfGb5y -p x

Just replace the address with your own otherwise you'll mine for me ;-)

If you want to set up your own P2Pool instance (recommended so that the pool can grow and get stronger, also, I'll know the software works Smiley ) the source code is here:

https://github.com/MathyV/p2pool

Start the instance with:
Code:
python run_p2pool.py --net smartcoin

Important ports are 59595 for workers, 59585 for P2P network.

If you want to donate to me for creating this P2Pool instance you can at SWRAdrk56FgrGz3VFpwca4BJDSdNZfGb5y

Disclaimer: this is the first time I made these kind of modifications to P2Pool, don't shoot me if something is wrong ;-)

PS: I'll install a nicer gui later on :-)

We've added you guys to the main post.

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January 27, 2014, 07:58:09 AM
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       Our SmartCoin pool is holding up nicely!

https://smc.hash.so/

* 0% fee
* Super fast servers
* vardiff
* Default MPOS layout, the one you know well (efficient!), Internals have been optimized to make it faster!
* stratum on port 80 and 443, which helps if you are behind a firewall
* PPLNS
* Fast servers
* Professional server admin (no downtime)


Same user/pass/workers work for all of our pools!

Point your miners at:
stratum+tcp://pool-eu.hash.so:1337/
stratum+tcp://pool-us.hash.so:1337/
(or port 80/443 if you are behind a firewall)

And switch the coin from the frontend. It's very nice, you will like it Smiley

Pool support thread here


Thank you, great pool and stable.
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January 27, 2014, 08:00:40 AM
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Thanks
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January 27, 2014, 08:01:14 AM
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What is the best pool with highest hashrate?

Some donate will be good))))))
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January 27, 2014, 08:03:58 AM
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What is the best pool with highest hashrate?
https://smc.hash.so/ 850Mh/s at the moment.

Hash.so mining pools with easy coin switching! vardiff, pplns, and 0% fee (1% default donation). Come join us! Smiley
Currently we have 40 scrypt coins and adding new ones all the time.
Support/request thread here.
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January 27, 2014, 08:06:20 AM
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What is the best pool with highest hashrate?
Best pool =/= highest hash rate, if you care about the coin doing well try and spread the hash rate around.
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January 27, 2014, 08:07:18 AM
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What is the best pool with highest hashrate?
Best pool =/= highest hash rate, if you care about the coin doing well try and spread the hash rate around.

Sure, but 800 Mh/s... early adopters don't want spread?

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January 27, 2014, 08:14:43 AM
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What is the best pool with highest hashrate?
Best pool =/= highest hash rate, if you care about the coin doing well try and spread the hash rate around.

Sure, but 800 Mh/s... early adopters don't want spread?
Its an unfortunate failure of logic that a lot of miners have, they think that a higher block rate means better returns when in fact to get the higher block rate you need higher hash rates which means lower return per hash, most pools will have the same rate of return as long as they have a reasonable hash rate. All this means that one pool ends up with a good portion of the hash rate making it harder for new pools to get in without orphaning and new miners tend to keep jumping on that pool so when the coin gets established you are left with a 51% problem which can be hard to fix as miners then become hesitant to leave their existing pool and new miners keep piling on, happens a lot. It would be better for the coin to have a decent spread from the get go and the funny thing is no-one would be loosing out by doing so. The pools I checked are all 98+/-1% efficient so as long as you are in that range you are doing fine.

Personally I'm on cryptotycoons because I recognise them from Noble and have decent hosting with 0% fees.
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January 27, 2014, 08:23:49 AM
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What is the best pool with highest hashrate?
Best pool =/= highest hash rate, if you care about the coin doing well try and spread the hash rate around.

Sure, but 800 Mh/s... early adopters don't want spread?
Its an unfortunate failure of logic that a lot of miners have, they think that a higher block rate means better returns when in fact to get the higher block rate you need higher hash rates which means lower return per hash, most pools will have the same rate of return as long as they have a reasonable hash rate. All this means that one pool ends up with a good portion of the hash rate making it harder for new pools to get in without orphaning and new miners tend to keep jumping on that pool so when the coin gets established you are left with a 51% problem which can be hard to fix as miners then become hesitant to leave their existing pool and new miners keep piling on, happens a lot. It would be better for the coin to have a decent spread from the get go and the funny thing is no-one would be loosing out by doing so.

Yeah, thats the biggest problem we face. Most of the problem stems down to usually only a few pools are reliable and as soon as someone sees a huge hash rate they jump in as so many others are there. Which in turn can cause a huge problem down the track.
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January 27, 2014, 08:25:07 AM
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Its an unfortunate failure of logic that a lot of miners have, they think that a higher block rate means better returns when in fact to get the higher block rate you need higher hash rates which means lower return per hash, most pools will have the same rate of return as long ...

100 % right.

People please choose a different pools. Not only a very good hash.so. ... for sure you will find also another good
Due to fewer diggers, your profit will be similar or higher Wink
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January 27, 2014, 08:26:26 AM
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I agree 100%. What would be wise for hash.so to do in this situation is to close registrations temporarily. Let new miners try the little guys first.

Reminder: Going for the largest hash rate does not necessarily equate to larger payouts. Sure they may be more frequent, but in the end you'll earn about the same amount.

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January 27, 2014, 08:27:12 AM
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SMC.BITCRUSH.INFO Please fix manual payout !!!
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January 27, 2014, 08:28:29 AM
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0.46 coins found running all night on Poolerino? That cant be right?
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January 27, 2014, 08:30:48 AM
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When did mining start?

Cryptostats.es
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January 27, 2014, 08:31:33 AM
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0.46 coins found running all night on Poolerino? That cant be right?

Remember untill 1000 block there are 1 coin reward for block. > 999 , reward = 64
currently we have block number 1256:
http://getsmartcoin.com/stats.php

I have on one pools ~0.1 on other ~0.35 but I have very low hash power;]

so you dug 0.46 coins from 17510 mined total (not including 1 block Wink
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January 27, 2014, 08:38:15 AM
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oke guys ....

a new coin, SMC SmartCoin....this year, 2014 is promising with all those new coins ..!


And we would like you add this community to my project here : http://savegreyhound.hol.es/

we have more community's , Pool Owners who are sponsoring us, take a look here : http://savegreyhound.hol.es/our-sponors/

Take the time to explore this projects website, and if you having questions about it let me know or ask some of our sponsors.  


i have also made a wallet adres only for this purpose :   SaV6pYxfX12iV4vK8dmFLpBrPMhzf3Bdt7    / Galgo Support [ label ]


*** Your support is highly appreciated ***

thank you for your time and afforts.

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January 27, 2014, 08:42:23 AM
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hey guys,
i dont know it is normal or not, but im getting a lot of rejected in cryptotycoons.com
can anyone confirm this as normal please?
thanks
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January 27, 2014, 08:45:13 AM
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http://t-hash.com - All set and ready!

Newly created pool ready for the exciting launch of SmartCoin!
Come and register now and you will be up and mining within minutes of launch.
We have invested in this setup as we believe this coin has huge potential, our servers have the following;

  • USA Located Servers
  • Vardiff Stratum
  • Low 1% Fee
  • Anti-ddos measures

We strive for 100% uptime with backup servers in place, so come along and get some coins~



We are still running steady, only 20 miners or so but finding blocks (a little slow cos of hash rate) but no errors or lag!

just thrown ~1.4mh/s at your pool, enjoy
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January 27, 2014, 08:46:28 AM
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hey guys,
i dont know it is normal or not, but im getting a lot of rejected in cryptotycoons.com
can anyone confirm this as normal please?
thanks
I have a 0.6% reject rate (taken from cgminer) and the pool is showing ~98.5% efficiency atm so might be something going on at your end.
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January 27, 2014, 08:48:04 AM
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just thrown ~1.4mh/s at your pool, enjoy

Awesome, much appreciated. I understand how hard it must be joining a low hashrate pool but its the only way we can grow bigger Smiley
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