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February 08, 2014, 08:34:53 PM
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So I've been mining on this pool for a week or so, and I'm noticing that the numbers do not seem to add up.

Currently it says the local mining rate is 12.1MH/s. If you got to the active miners section and add them up it equals this rate. Now I'm just mining on my gaming PC at 720KH/s which equates to .72MH/s which is 5.95% of the pool.  Now I have been getting payments nearly every round, but I'm getting 100-800 Doge per round. But if I'm 5.95% of the pool should I not be getting 5,950 - 59,000 Doge coins per round?


I'm looking at the payout list for right now.. there is always the following address listed: DDYWQsoSpWrACHxMgj1Yd8jJt5JBKACe8a in the payout list for 50,000+ Doge per round. Yet if you search the active miners that address is never an active miner. That address received 90,000 last round, 50,000, and now I see it getting 88,000 some how.


Now I'm concerned that the members of the pool are getting a small percentage of what they are earned and the people running the pool are giving most of the Doge coins to themselves.




Now again I could be completly wrong here, but in my eyes this doesn't look very good..

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February 23, 2014, 08:36:07 PM
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The p2pool payout list is synchronised across all nodes, so you'll see addresses that doesn't belong to the pool on there. You can look at the status pages of all p2pool and the payout list is the same.

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