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July 03, 2018, 06:01:40 PM
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Just received an A9 Innosilicon miner which should do 50 Kh/s according to specs.  Currently have it generating about 26% invalid shares and this seems consistent across various pools including Suprnova (ZEC and ZEN), Flypool, F2Pool and Slushpool.

Anyone else having similar experiences?  I suspect it could be a similar situation to the Z9 from Bitmain that required pools to update their software to handle these new fast beasts..
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July 03, 2018, 06:04:35 PM
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Just received an A9 Innosilicon miner which should do 50 Kh/s according to specs.  Currently have it generating about 26% invalid shares and this seems consistent across various pools including Suprnova (ZEC and ZEN), Flypool, F2Pool and Slushpool.

Anyone else having similar experiences?  I suspect it could be a similar situation to the Z9 from Bitmain that required pools to update their software to handle these new fast beasts..

A9 dashboard is broken. If you're getting 26% rejects poolside then there is either something wrong with your setup or your A9.
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July 03, 2018, 06:06:23 PM
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Powermining seems to handle A9 very well. We are a small pool so it takes time between each blocks and payouts. Performance mode is recommended to reach a decent speed on A9.

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Worker: YOUR ZELCASH WALLET ADDRESS
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Worker: YOUR ZCLASSIC WALLET ADDRESS
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Same here. Received 2 a9, and on both rejection rate about 25-32%
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