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April 12, 2019, 05:55:19 PM
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what is tribus a coin or a miner software name?

None, it's an algorithm.
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April 12, 2019, 06:37:07 PM
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what is tribus a coin or a miner software name?

None, it's an algorithm.

thank you so based on this

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/denarius-dnr/
https://whattomine.com/coins/187-dnr-tribus

so what are stats on the acorn 215+ for this coin?

I see if it does 300mh  at 45 watts I earn 177 in a year based on 10 cent power

that means the 215+ could be okay.

 that would be  cool

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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April 12, 2019, 06:55:42 PM
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what is tribus a coin or a miner software name?

None, it's an algorithm.

thank you so based on this

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/denarius-dnr/
https://whattomine.com/coins/187-dnr-tribus

so what are stats on the acorn 215+ for this coin?

I see if it does 300mh  at 45 watts I earn 177 in a year based on 10 cent power

that means the 215+ could be okay.

 that would be  cool

A single CLE-215+ acorn can do 50MH 'at best' mining Tribus/Denarius  and that's really at best meaning if add VRM heatsinks to the device as they are poorly thermal cooled.

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April 13, 2019, 12:23:21 AM
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what is tribus a coin or a miner software name?

None, it's an algorithm.

thank you so based on this

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/denarius-dnr/
https://whattomine.com/coins/187-dnr-tribus

so what are stats on the acorn 215+ for this coin?

I see if it does 300mh  at 45 watts I earn 177 in a year based on 10 cent power

that means the 215+ could be okay.

 that would be  cool

A single CLE-215+ acorn can do 50MH 'at best' mining Tribus/Denarius  and that's really at best meaning if add VRM heatsinks to the device as they are poorly thermal cooled.



to bad a shit coin garbage miner offered.  oh well

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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April 13, 2019, 12:49:57 PM
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A single CLE-215+ acorn can do 50MH 'at best' mining Tribus/Denarius  and that's really at best meaning if add VRM heatsinks to the device as they are poorly thermal cooled.

to bad a shit coin garbage miner offered.  oh well

yup 50 mh at 200 mhz clock on the 215+, and it needs cooling on the vrm chip to hit those clocks. sqrl will be sending heatsinks for it to all 215 owners who request it, free of charge. i had already added heatsinks to mine.

i mine at an autoconvert pool and get paid in litecoin.

i mentioned progress is being made based in the fact they said they have onboarded new devs, and we know at least one is working on stuff for the 215, as OhGodaBird seems to have had a large part of the tribus miner. the UI on the miner is much improved and more usable. looks like the groundwork for standalone stuff is being laid out.

so there is still hope. the acorns main advantage is low power, 15-20 watts max when overclocked to within an inch of its life, and lower with more sane clocks.




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April 13, 2019, 04:13:12 PM
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A single CLE-215+ acorn can do 50MH 'at best' mining Tribus/Denarius  and that's really at best meaning if add VRM heatsinks to the device as they are poorly thermal cooled.

to bad a shit coin garbage miner offered.  oh well

yup 50 mh at 200 mhz clock on the 215+, and it needs cooling on the vrm chip to hit those clocks. sqrl will be sending heatsinks for it to all 215 owners who request it, free of charge. i had already added heatsinks to mine.

i mine at an autoconvert pool and get paid in litecoin.

i mentioned progress is being made based in the fact they said they have onboarded new devs, and we know at least one is working on stuff for the 215, as OhGodaBird seems to have had a large part of the tribus miner. the UI on the miner is much improved and more usable. looks like the groundwork for standalone stuff is being laid out.

so there is still hope. the acorns main advantage is low power, 15-20 watts max when overclocked to within an inch of its life, and lower with more sane clocks.





This I did not know about.  Does that include 215+ owners as well?
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April 13, 2019, 04:20:31 PM
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what is tribus a coin or a miner software name?

None, it's an algorithm.

thank you so based on this

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/denarius-dnr/
https://whattomine.com/coins/187-dnr-tribus

so what are stats on the acorn 215+ for this coin?

I see if it does 300mh  at 45 watts I earn 177 in a year based on 10 cent power

that means the 215+ could be okay.

 that would be  cool

A single CLE-215+ acorn can do 50MH 'at best' mining Tribus/Denarius  and that's really at best meaning if add VRM heatsinks to the device as they are poorly thermal cooled.



to bad a shit coin garbage miner offered.  oh well
yeah, I don't know why they run to bottom of the barrel alt coin after the next.  First Zen Protocol and now Denarius. 

I don't get why they cannot make a simple Litecoin or Bitcoin miner.  Oldest cryptocurrencies should be the very basics of any miner.
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April 13, 2019, 05:50:39 PM
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LTC or BTC mining is useless, these coins are owned by ASICs and you won't get any profit with Acorns.
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April 13, 2019, 09:31:28 PM
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LTC or BTC mining is useless, these coins are owned by ASICs and you won't get any profit with Acorns.
we're not getting any kind of a profit from the current alt coins, at least you would be able to easily exchange your litecoin or bitcoin pennies from exchanges, then having to wade through the garbage exchanges that run Zen Protocol or Denarius.

Even the cheap free EazyMiner had a Bitcoin/Litecoin miner built into it and I messed around with that when I knew very little about mining and all I had was a Core i5 with a cheap Radeon HD8350 GPU, so I primarily mined LTC to f2pool and made a measly 0.00000792.   Now if a CPU could do that, certainly a FPGA could do better than that with LTC.
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April 14, 2019, 07:14:08 PM
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it needs cooling on the vrm chip to hit those clocks. sqrl will be sending heatsinks for it to all 215 owners who request it, free of charge.
This I did not know about.  Does that include 215+ owners as well?

i forgot the plus sign.

yes, free vrm heatsinks for the 215+.. i think the 215 too but am not sure as i didnt pay attention if its for the 215 as all i have are 215+
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April 15, 2019, 03:32:05 AM
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LTC or BTC mining is useless, these coins are owned by ASICs and you won't get any profit with Acorns.
we're not getting any kind of a profit from the current alt coins, at least you would be able to easily exchange your litecoin or bitcoin pennies from exchanges, then having to wade through the garbage exchanges that run Zen Protocol or Denarius.

Even the cheap free EazyMiner had a Bitcoin/Litecoin miner built into it and I messed around with that when I knew very little about mining and all I had was a Core i5 with a cheap Radeon HD8350 GPU, so I primarily mined LTC to f2pool and made a measly 0.00000792.   Now if a CPU could do that, certainly a FPGA could do better than that with LTC.
Bullshit, showing you don't anything about the current altcoin markets.

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April 15, 2019, 04:11:24 PM
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LTC or BTC mining is useless, these coins are owned by ASICs and you won't get any profit with Acorns.
we're not getting any kind of a profit from the current alt coins, at least you would be able to easily exchange your litecoin or bitcoin pennies from exchanges, then having to wade through the garbage exchanges that run Zen Protocol or Denarius.

Even the cheap free EazyMiner had a Bitcoin/Litecoin miner built into it and I messed around with that when I knew very little about mining and all I had was a Core i5 with a cheap Radeon HD8350 GPU, so I primarily mined LTC to f2pool and made a measly 0.00000792.   Now if a CPU could do that, certainly a FPGA could do better than that with LTC.
Bullshit, showing you don't anything about the current altcoin markets.
fuck-off kiss ass. You added nothing to this discussion except shill.  Now you are trying to start shit, saying I am bullshit.

YOU'RE THE ONE FULL OF SHIT! 
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April 16, 2019, 06:22:06 PM
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LTC or BTC mining is useless, these coins are owned by ASICs and you won't get any profit with Acorns.
we're not getting any kind of a profit from the current alt coins, at least you would be able to easily exchange your litecoin or bitcoin pennies from exchanges, then having to wade through the garbage exchanges that run Zen Protocol or Denarius.

Even the cheap free EazyMiner had a Bitcoin/Litecoin miner built into it and I messed around with that when I knew very little about mining and all I had was a Core i5 with a cheap Radeon HD8350 GPU, so I primarily mined LTC to f2pool and made a measly 0.00000792.   Now if a CPU could do that, certainly a FPGA could do better than that with LTC.
Bullshit, showing you don't anything about the current altcoin markets.
fuck-off kiss ass. You added nothing to this discussion except shill.  Now you are trying to start shit, saying I am bullshit.

YOU'RE THE ONE FULL OF SHIT! 

You can't even get FPGA mining can't be profitable when ASICs can mine a coin, so DYOR.
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April 18, 2019, 06:47:46 AM
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May be you guys will tell me something... I started Tribus miner on my CLE215+ miners, but I can see only 30-40 MH/s at the pool side, while there are 5 CLE215+ are installed and I see 156.25 MH/s in miner output. What's wrong?

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April 18, 2019, 10:10:52 AM
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May be you guys will tell me something... I started Tribus miner on my CLE215+ miners, but I can see only 30-40 MH/s at the pool side, while there are 5 CLE215+ are installed and I see 156.25 MH/s in miner output. What's wrong?

what pool?

im at tribus on zergpool, just now my three 215+ show 134 at the console, 128 at zergpool. seen it go from 85 to 150.

varies a bit just refresh and youll get sometimes wildly different values poolside.

also make sure youre running the latest miner and bitstream, there are several floating about,

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April 18, 2019, 04:34:45 PM
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LTC or BTC mining is useless, these coins are owned by ASICs and you won't get any profit with Acorns.
we're not getting any kind of a profit from the current alt coins, at least you would be able to easily exchange your litecoin or bitcoin pennies from exchanges, then having to wade through the garbage exchanges that run Zen Protocol or Denarius.

Even the cheap free EazyMiner had a Bitcoin/Litecoin miner built into it and I messed around with that when I knew very little about mining and all I had was a Core i5 with a cheap Radeon HD8350 GPU, so I primarily mined LTC to f2pool and made a measly 0.00000792.   Now if a CPU could do that, certainly a FPGA could do better than that with LTC.
Bullshit, showing you don't anything about the current altcoin markets.
fuck-off kiss ass. You added nothing to this discussion except shill.  Now you are trying to start shit, saying I am bullshit.

YOU'RE THE ONE FULL OF SHIT!  

You can't even get FPGA mining can't be profitable when ASICs can mine a coin, so DYOR.
Well my point is why is that?  Is it lack of development?  On paper a FPGA should be able to mine any coin a ASIC can mine provided it has a programmed bitstream.  
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April 18, 2019, 05:11:23 PM
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On another note, I sent one of my Acorns to be RMA'ed, so I'm down to just one 215+.  I asked them for some VRM heatsinks too.
I discovered something really interesting with running one Acorn. 

There is definitely some inadvertent GPU boosting happening when I'm running one 215+ mining, but not boost to GPU mining, but boost to GPU gaming performance.   

I recently got around to running 3DMark tests on my Threadripper/CrossFire VEGA workstation and I am shocked to discover my scores are higher when I leave the AcornMiner running mining Tribus.   No BS.
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May be you guys will tell me something... I started Tribus miner on my CLE215+ miners, but I can see only 30-40 MH/s at the pool side, while there are 5 CLE215+ are installed and I see 156.25 MH/s in miner output. What's wrong?

what pool?

im at tribus on zergpool, just now my three 215+ show 134 at the console, 128 at zergpool. seen it go from 85 to 150.

varies a bit just refresh and youll get sometimes wildly different values poolside.

also make sure youre running the latest miner and bitstream, there are several floating about,



https://pool.sonox.io/ The hashrate is low for several days. I downloaded the miner here: https://thefpgaforum.com/threads/tribus-solo-miner-for-acorns.87/#post-519

p.s. what is your setup at zergpool? My reward is displayed in BTC, in spite that I said "-p c=D" in my miner start string.

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April 19, 2019, 01:38:15 AM
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On another note, I sent one of my Acorns to be RMA'ed, so I'm down to just one 215+.  I asked them for some VRM heatsinks too.
I discovered something really interesting with running one Acorn. 

There is definitely some inadvertent GPU boosting happening when I'm running one 215+ mining, but not boost to GPU mining, but boost to GPU gaming performance.   

I recently got around to running 3DMark tests on my Threadripper/CrossFire VEGA workstation and I am shocked to discover my scores are higher when I leave the AcornMiner running mining Tribus.   No BS.

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April 19, 2019, 11:02:33 AM
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May be you guys will tell me something... I started Tribus miner on my CLE215+ miners, but I can see only 30-40 MH/s at the pool side, while there are 5 CLE215+ are installed and I see 156.25 MH/s in miner output. What's wrong?

what pool?

im at tribus on zergpool, just now my three 215+ show 134 at the console, 128 at zergpool. seen it go from 85 to 150.

varies a bit just refresh and youll get sometimes wildly different values poolside.

also make sure youre running the latest miner and bitstream, there are several floating about,

https://pool.sonox.io/ The hashrate is low for several days. I downloaded the miner here: https://thefpgaforum.com/threads/tribus-solo-miner-for-acorns.87/#post-519

p.s. what is your setup at zergpool? My reward is displayed in BTC, in spite that I said "-p c=D" in my miner start string.

thats odd, i grabbed the miner at the link you posted, and there is no .bit file. also the miner is dated 4/11/19, mine is dated 4/13/19. and includes "215+_Tribus_200Mhz_v3.bit"

my command line:

AcornMiner.exe tribus.mine.zergpool.com 8533 Lxxxxxx.acorn c=LTC 150

i do remember it took a day or so for the payout to switch from BTC to LTC. not sure why the delay but the payouts in LTC have been working.

if you flash a new bitstream make sure to fully power down and restart, a simple reboot wont do it.
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