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January 29, 2014, 12:47:43 AM
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I'm averaging about 1500 kh/s per day on this one multi-pool, but earning only .015btc ($11-12).

Coinwarz profit calculator estimates with that I should be making $30 on doge or $20 on lotto coins.

But I'm only making half that or less....

Any advice?

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January 29, 2014, 01:02:37 AM
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I'm averaging about 1500 kh/s per day on this one multi-pool, but earning only .015btc ($11-12).

Coinwarz profit calculator estimates with that I should be making $30 on doge or $20 on lotto coins.

But I'm only making half that or less....

Any advice?

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Yes, I can help. forget Doge estimates, you will only make around 50% of what the pool or coinwarz says. I personally think doge pools skim. And second, don't take the top coin on coinwarz unless the 7 or 14 day average agrees, otherwise it is probably a fluke due to one or two trades artificially inflating the estimate. The estimate of $12 is not far off for 1.5 m/h, of what you should make on a coin already on an exchange. Now mine a new promising coin and you might make double that estimate whe it hits the exchange.
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January 29, 2014, 03:10:33 AM
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the reason why LOT is off is because of the random block rewards. As for DOGE, I think that the huge nethash is what causes estimates to be off. I noticed this when I mined FTC back in the days, you always earned less than what the estimate was.
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January 29, 2014, 04:39:13 AM
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Any recommendations for a good multi-pool?
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January 29, 2014, 05:04:21 AM
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Any recommendations for a good multi-pool?
Since you asked, middlecoin.com

Stay away from hashco.ws and others that announce the coins they are mining.


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