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February 08, 2014, 11:37:01 AM
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I have started to mine on ypool but i still dont get the "shares" thing even after reading the faq.

I have noticed that in my cmd window the shares starts at 0/0 and builds up. Now i have about 48/47 or something

Does this mean i get more share the longer I mine? I have noticed it resets to 0 again if i close the window and start it again? So to get as much as possible you should never close it?
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February 08, 2014, 06:17:38 PM
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I have started to mine on ypool but i still dont get the "shares" thing even after reading the faq.

I have noticed that in my cmd window the shares starts at 0/0 and builds up. Now i have about 48/47 or something

Does this mean i get more share the longer I mine? I have noticed it resets to 0 again if i close the window and start it again? So to get as much as possible you should never close it?
Think it had something to do with the amount of rounds/blocks you had competed in.

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