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February 06, 2014, 01:18:19 PM
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Hey guys. Just wondering how many coins you're averaging per day and what is your hash rate?  I'm doing 350+khash/s and I only got like 5 coins in 7 hours.  Am I doing something wrong?  Doesn't seem like it's worth it unless the price skyrockets like vertcoin. Thanks.

I just have a feeling this one will actually skyrocket. Shocked

According to cpu-pool.net, 350khs should yield > 150 coins a day. Dunno if that's correct though.
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February 06, 2014, 01:21:10 PM
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Hey guys. Just wondering how many coins you're averaging per day and what is your hash rate?  I'm doing 350+khash/s and I only got like 5 coins in 7 hours.  Am I doing something wrong?  Doesn't seem like it's worth it unless the price skyrockets like vertcoin. Thanks.

I just have a feeling this one will actually skyrocket. Shocked

According to cpu-pool.net, 350khs should yield > 150 coins a day. Dunno if that's correct though.

Nah, the difficulty is too high. You'll average maybe 15-20 coins a day

edit: thenagain with max coin coming out alot of people may temporarily jump ship. If thats the case I'm pointing full power at darkcoin.. Maxcoin is going to have 10 billion difficulty in 5 seconds anyway.

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February 06, 2014, 01:28:34 PM
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DARKCOIN (formerly Xcoin) is getting back on TRACK. Well DONE !!!
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February 06, 2014, 01:31:52 PM
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Apparently diff is shooting up:

Difficulty    11.24150704
Est Next Difficulty    17.47411176 (Change in 67 Blocks)

Hold your hats the train's about to leave the station!

Is there a graph somewhere that shows how the net hashrate has developed?
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February 06, 2014, 01:36:25 PM
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Nice done  Cheesy

Thanks!

Updated the guide too the latest miner, working nice on DO with a good increase off about 15~20%.
Good work on the miner, hope it keeps increasing  Grin

Added your post to the front page! Awesome work.

Thanks a lot! appreciated
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February 06, 2014, 01:37:01 PM
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On Jan 30th, one week ago, I turned down user kaene's offer to buy 5,000 for 0.15 BTC from him. Is that offer still valid btw haha Cheesy
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February 06, 2014, 02:14:51 PM
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Hey guys. Just wondering how many coins you're averaging per day and what is your hash rate?  I'm doing 350+khash/s and I only got like 5 coins in 7 hours.  Am I doing something wrong?  Doesn't seem like it's worth it unless the price skyrockets like vertcoin. Thanks.

I just have a feeling this one will actually skyrocket. Shocked

According to cpu-pool.net, 350khs should yield > 150 coins a day. Dunno if that's correct though.

Nah, the difficulty is too high. You'll average maybe 15-20 coins a day

edit: thenagain with max coin coming out alot of people may temporarily jump ship. If thats the case I'm pointing full power at darkcoin.. Maxcoin is going to have 10 billion difficulty in 5 seconds anyway.

Yeah, it's looking like around 15-20coins for me.  Doesn't seem like much. Does the difficulty actually drop when there are less miners in a pool?  Maxcoin is getting a lot of hype. I think I might be one of the ones you're talking about. lol!
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February 06, 2014, 02:16:59 PM
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Hey guys. Just wondering how many coins you're averaging per day and what is your hash rate?  I'm doing 350+khash/s and I only got like 5 coins in 7 hours.  Am I doing something wrong?  Doesn't seem like it's worth it unless the price skyrockets like vertcoin. Thanks.

I just have a feeling this one will actually skyrocket. Shocked

According to cpu-pool.net, 350khs should yield > 150 coins a day. Dunno if that's correct though.

Nah, the difficulty is too high. You'll average maybe 15-20 coins a day

edit: thenagain with max coin coming out alot of people may temporarily jump ship. If thats the case I'm pointing full power at darkcoin.. Maxcoin is going to have 10 billion difficulty in 5 seconds anyway.

Yeah, it's looking like around 15-20coins for me.  Doesn't seem like much. Does the difficulty actually drop when there are less miners in a pool?  Maxcoin is getting a lot of hype. I think I might be one of the ones you're talking about. lol!

Yes if the network hash drops long enough the difficulty will retarget lower. Just like if you look at it now its going to retarget to 16~ difficulty in 40 blocks meaning you'll get around 50% less coin haha

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February 06, 2014, 02:25:01 PM
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Something is wrong with the lottery pool,  We're getting 92% invalids, haven't found a block in over 15 hours.. I don't know how long its been going on but thought I'd post here and encourage everyone to check their miners???

At least it seems like something is wrong... But give little information to an ignorant person (ie....me) and she can become alarmed!  Thing is, my dash doesn't show any invalids for me, only the pool.  So how is that?



someone had pointed a big rig at lotterymining, and configured it for scrypt..lol

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February 06, 2014, 02:36:31 PM
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On Jan 30th, one week ago, I turned down user kaene's offer to buy 5,000 for 0.15 BTC from him. Is that offer still valid btw haha Cheesy

 Grin Grin Grin Roll Eyes

I'm actually very happy that at least 3 or 4 members here bought from me at that rate, it's always good for the health of the coin, hopefully they will hold.

I'm not selling anymore any of my coins, we all know where this is heading, I don't want to have to regret after some weeks Wink

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February 06, 2014, 02:57:00 PM
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Competition:

my mining pool (lotterymining.com) needs a logo

best one gets 1000 Darkcoins


Very cute!  I like it!  Maybe give them Zorro masks, capes and swords, LOL, that'll do the dark/hidden thing while keeping the fun of lottery going, and that I love cute things, LOL ;p


Awesome!

TanteStefana got some ideas lol :-)

Just to give you an idea, I  meant something like this, only I didn't do such a great job, LOL.  CHAOSiTEC could then use the other one for other pools he might set up in the future, but for darkcoin, we'd have Zorro!  LOL

He needs a hat though.........
yeah something like that, but keep the text red.. ive been straring at all the pictures all day... lol

Okay here we go  Grin.



it has to be black capes...

well, you forgot one other minor but biiiigg detail... what is your darkcoin address :-)

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February 06, 2014, 02:58:29 PM
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good coin

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February 06, 2014, 03:01:44 PM
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DARKCOIN (formerly Xcoin) is getting back on TRACK. Well DONE !!!

Was it ever off?

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February 06, 2014, 03:03:18 PM
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Made another dark/blue version:



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Competition:

my mining pool (lotterymining.com) needs a logo

best one gets 1000 Darkcoins


Very cute!  I like it!  Maybe give them Zorro masks, capes and swords, LOL, that'll do the dark/hidden thing while keeping the fun of lottery going, and that I love cute things, LOL ;p

Awesome!

TanteStefana got some ideas lol :-)

Just to give you an idea, I  meant something like this, only I didn't do such a great job, LOL.  CHAOSiTEC could then use the other one for other pools he might set up in the future, but for darkcoin, we'd have Zorro!  LOL

He needs a hat though.........
yeah something like that, but keep the text red.. ive been straring at all the pictures all day... lol

Okay here we go  Grin.



it has to be black capes...

well, you forgot one other minor but biiiigg detail... what is your darkcoin address :-)

can the hats be black too?  This looks almost perfect!

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February 06, 2014, 03:07:59 PM
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Nice :-)

zip it up and email it to me, (email in pm) post your darkcoin address

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February 06, 2014, 03:38:58 PM
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DarkCoin is now up for voting on AllCrypt.com!
 
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Read more about AllCrypt:
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Keep voting if you haven't already.  I had to wait 'till this morning 'cause I last voted so late the night before, and didn't want to stay up again, LOL

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February 06, 2014, 03:39:20 PM
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Nice :-)

zip it up and email it to me, (email in pm) post your darkcoin address

nice logo!!
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February 06, 2014, 03:41:22 PM
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Nice :-)

zip it up and email it to me, (email in pm) post your darkcoin address

Very nice and regal, LOL.  I sure hope you can find a way to use both!  They're both great!

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February 06, 2014, 03:47:22 PM
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lol thanks guys Smiley

Just voted on the poll btw

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