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For skein i use cgminer (the same as in multipoolminer) ws next optimizations -I 6 -g 2 -w 256
for skein better use -I 11 -g 2 -w 64  (315+mh on rx480) bit faster than the 390

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February 03, 2017, 01:00:27 PM
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For skein i use cgminer (the same as in multipoolminer) ws next optimizations -I 6 -g 2 -w 256
for skein better use -I 11 -g 2 -w 64  (315+mh on rx480) bit faster than the 390
Just checked it.
The same.No difference for me.
For RX470 8gb undervolt/underclock 1170/2140 about 250mh per card.
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February 03, 2017, 01:07:42 PM
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Hi!

Im new to mining and at Multipool i have a hard time to navigate since its auto-switching.
Right now i have rented some hash from nicehash and pointed to.
Scrypt hub.miningpoolhub.com Port 12001
X11 hub.miningpoolhub.com     Port 12007.

Both workers is on auto, i can only see the hashing speed from nicehash.
Where do i on hub.miningpoolhub.com check my hashpower and my shares?

I have choosen to auto-exchange into BTC if that matters.

Just trying out for fun right now!
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February 03, 2017, 06:04:33 PM
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For skein i use cgminer (the same as in multipoolminer) ws next optimizations -I 6 -g 2 -w 256
for skein better use -I 11 -g 2 -w 64  (315+mh on rx480) bit faster than the 390
Just checked it.
The same.No difference for me.
For RX470 8gb undervolt/underclock 1170/2140 about 250mh per card.

ok i did the test on r2-3 series with -I 11 -g 2 -w 64 was the best setting,so  i used the same on the rx
but for skein no need overclock the memory, only gpu counts
for my rx470 ring i stay on monero/zec, my powersupply missing 210w for the skein mining

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February 03, 2017, 06:11:58 PM
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ok i did the test on r2-3 series with -I 11 -g 2 -w 64 was the best setting,so  i used the same on the rx
but for skein no need overclock the memory, only gpu counts

Yes,but i use multi algo mining, Ethash and Equihash including, so memory overclock give me a 29.700 mh/s Ethereum hashrate for each card.
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February 03, 2017, 07:21:33 PM
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Hi!

Im new to mining and at Multipool i have a hard time to navigate since its auto-switching.
Right now i have rented some hash from nicehash and pointed to.
Scrypt hub.miningpoolhub.com Port 12001
X11 hub.miningpoolhub.com     Port 12007.

Both workers is on auto, i can only see the hashing speed from nicehash.
Where do i on hub.miningpoolhub.com check my hashpower and my shares?

I have choosen to auto-exchange into BTC if that matters.

Just trying out for fun right now!
Since you are using auto-switching, you have to do a bit of clicking to check your hashrate and shares.........at least until the pool owner makes some planned changes to the home page.

First click on "auto-switches" at the top left of any page, then look to see which coin your auto-switch pool is mining at that moment. Next click on that coin and then click "dashboard" to see your hashrate. You can also click on pool or blocks for more info if needed.

Since you are new to mining, I'd suggest you do a bit of investigation about which algo or coin to mine at any point in time. Whattomine and Coinwarz will help. miningpoolhub's scrypt pools are very small with few coins or miners, which can hurt your profit(I say profit, but serious doubt any profit exists in scrypt). X11 is often very similar. Right now the ETH, Equihash, and Crytonight profit should be better...........assuming you make wise hash rental decisions. Good luck Smiley

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February 03, 2017, 07:30:36 PM
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Hi!

Im new to mining and at Multipool i have a hard time to navigate since its auto-switching.
Right now i have rented some hash from nicehash and pointed to.
Scrypt hub.miningpoolhub.com Port 12001
X11 hub.miningpoolhub.com     Port 12007.

Both workers is on auto, i can only see the hashing speed from nicehash.
Where do i on hub.miningpoolhub.com check my hashpower and my shares?

I have choosen to auto-exchange into BTC if that matters.

Just trying out for fun right now!

When renting hash, you are best using the 17xxx ports for auto switching. No setup required.

Hello? Are you able to read this? Guess what... the best miner ever created has arrived! https://github.com/aaronsace/MultiPoolMiner/releases
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February 03, 2017, 07:32:44 PM
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Hi!

Im new to mining and at Multipool i have a hard time to navigate since its auto-switching.
Right now i have rented some hash from nicehash and pointed to.
Scrypt hub.miningpoolhub.com Port 12001
X11 hub.miningpoolhub.com     Port 12007.

Both workers is on auto, i can only see the hashing speed from nicehash.
Where do i on hub.miningpoolhub.com check my hashpower and my shares?

I have choosen to auto-exchange into BTC if that matters.

Just trying out for fun right now!
Since you are using auto-switching, you have to do a bit of clicking to check your hashrate and shares.........at least until the pool owner makes some planned changes to the home page.

First click on "auto-switches" at the top left of any page, then look to see which coin your auto-switch pool is mining at that moment. Next click on that coin and then click "dashboard" to see your hashrate. You can also click on pool or blocks for more info if needed.

Since you are new to mining, I'd suggest you do a bit of investigation about which algo or coin to mine at any point in time. Whattomine and Coinwarz will help. miningpoolhub's scrypt pools are very small with few coins or miners, which can hurt your profit(I say profit, but serious doubt any profit exists in scrypt). X11 is often very similar. Right now the ETH, Equihash, and Crytonight profit should be better...........assuming you make wise hash rental decisions. Good luck Smiley

Thx !!
Helped me alot!
Yes i noticed that my scrypt was wasting.
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February 04, 2017, 12:59:52 AM
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Is it possible to mine ethash with rented hash from nicehash?
Seems like a good profit.
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February 04, 2017, 01:01:47 AM
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Is it possible to mine ethash with rented hash from nicehash?
Seems like a good profit.

Yes, it's DaggerHashimoto on nicehash.
You can't make profit though, all you will effectively be doing is buying Ethereum with Bitcoin.

To make profit, there has to be loads of hash and hardly any buyers or you are mining a more profitable coin than the other buyers.

I've circled a Bitcoin round so many times with every algorithm with no significant profit and even loss sometimes; running 24/7.
When Zcash/Zclassic came out, that was the time to buy; made so much money off that. Put most towards my house deposit in the end. Smiley

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February 04, 2017, 01:49:28 AM
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Is it possible to mine ethash with rented hash from nicehash?
Seems like a good profit.

Yes, it's DaggerHashimoto on nicehash.
You can't make profit though, all you will effectively be doing is buying Ethereum with Bitcoin.

To make profit, there has to be loads of hash and hardly any buyers or you are mining a more profitable coin than the other buyers.

I've circled a Bitcoin round so many times with every algorithm with no significant profit and even loss sometimes; running 24/7.
When Zcash/Zclassic came out, that was the time to buy; made so much money off that. Put most towards my house deposit in the end. Smiley
You have to realize the people renting you hash on nicehash are also miners. They have their setup so they mine the most profitable coins(unless they are clueless)..........or if nicehash is more profitable, you get to rent. In other words it is highly unlikely you will be able to pay a rental fee and make a profit because you can't rent if the miner can mine something better. What rental IS good for is speculation on a coin. If you think(for some reason) that coin X will be selling for a high enough price later, you can then consider rental as an investment in a future sale. Also some people don't care about profit. They want to support a particular coin, so they rent.

Short version......if you want to play around with rentals, define your goal. If it is to support a coin, then rent away. If it is for profit, set a calculated price on nicehash and leave it. If it mines cheaply you get some coins and a gain. If your price is too low then nicehash is simply your btc bank until you cancel the order.

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February 04, 2017, 02:11:19 AM
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Thank you both.

I had 0.1BTC that i could play with.
I mined LTC and Startcoin a few months ago, and sold them later on.

If i can do something like that again, great!
If not, ok i had some fun.
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February 04, 2017, 03:41:27 PM
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Its been topping the charts for profitability recently on NVIDIA cards, even above zcash.

Decred is also another that is making good profits now as well and should continue for a while, so you may consider that as well.

Hello miningpoolhub guys

Just bugging you a little  Grin is there is any news on the library pool?, i am moving my rigs to another pool until you have LBC ready, but i don't want the hassle of have to get paid in LBC then sell it on the exchange , is a pain in the butt, please add it asap!, so i can come back and don't have to deal with exchanges. Wink

thank you
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Sorry about that.
I recently had some personal problems and some works were delayed.
I believe I can add that coin soon.

What's so special with LBRY coin anyway? Just curious that why you want to mine that coin?
There  you got it Grin
exactly my point hehe
thanks.

Yeah I'm going to add decred and lbry pool.
I've been working with zcoin (it's not zcash, totally different coin) pool actually, and opened testing pool few days ago.

Now i think it's time to open next coins. I will work on it.
Thank you for suggestion.

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February 04, 2017, 03:43:09 PM
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is it me, or we have no ZEC blocks for 10 hours Huh  Shocked  Cry

we.
You can see actual block finding stats at Blocks page.
https://zcash.miningpoolhub.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=blocks

Zcash pool's block finding rate decreased as hashrate/profitability decreased.
I hope it to have bigger hashrate to lower the fluctuation. hew..

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February 04, 2017, 03:52:27 PM
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Mining should not use http:// protocol. (It should use stratum+tcp://)
Also ethash, equihash, cryptonote algo have explicit region server hostname.
just use hub.miningpoolhub.com for mining other algo coins.

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February 04, 2017, 04:10:20 PM
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still waiting for email answer ....

mining xmr during 18 hours , hashrate 4260 h/s stable , and yesterday only get 0.21 xmr ... it must be close to 0.40 , what happen night before 1st febrary  (gmt+1) Huh the day before what ok !

4260h/S = around 0.50 / day (depend of difficulty)

I haven't received any email from you. Maybe it's blocked by false spam filter.
Please send message via bitcointalk PM then.


Block finding luck can vary daily and someday it can go about 30% inefficiently. (it was that high someday before)

You can check block stats almost realtime.
https://monero.miningpoolhub.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=blocks
I open detailed statistics so that miners would calculate from their side too.

If you see your hashrate correctly from pool and have lower invalid share rate, then most earning decreases are from block finding luck.

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February 04, 2017, 04:19:19 PM
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still waiting for email answer ....

mining xmr during 18 hours , hashrate 4260 h/s stable , and yesterday only get 0.21 xmr ... it must be close to 0.40 , what happen night before 1st febrary  (gmt+1) Huh the day before what ok !

4260h/S = around 0.50 / day (depend of difficulty)

something not right, i mined xmr today, an half day and daily average income 1.72 xmr  but have only 0.42  Huh Roll Eyes  
nothing wrong in the pool luck

Last 24 Hours    720    40    39    0    6,439,512,952.1795    15696312821    15808406580    100.71%

edit ouch i did not 12 hour yet was 10  Embarrassed     so now it's an half day for 0.674  but  still not great  half day is 0.86 (and increasing in last hours)

maybe there was some good luck before i started and i had bad luck in my half day

Last 24 Hours    720    39    39    0    6,383,417,819.2051    15559580934    18440825187    118.52%


Block luck fluctuates daily.
I haven't found any problem from monero mining pool.

How much monero is expected at Pool page for your hashrate? (XMR/Day column)
https://monero.miningpoolhub.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

That numbers are based on math and it is using same factor from Blocks page.
It's 103.29% for last 24 hours, 102.02% for last 7 days, which means miners are getting appropriate earnings as Pools page expected.

I think you will get correct earnings in a long term. It can fluctuate daily but it pays correctly as how much you contribute.
Just check whether your hashrate is reported correctly and have lower reject rate.

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February 04, 2017, 04:26:42 PM
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no difficulty can't lower so bad our profits , there is fake shares and probably something more ... smelling scam , but with unfair and fake reason :"something went wrong"

fuck off i was thinking this pool was good before

This pool is like my child these days. I've been watching this baby growing for about 3 years now.

I don't do scam things. I even try to pay more if there were some problem.
I work hard behind the scene, checking every possible vulnerabilities like fake share or accidental server faults.

I'm sorry that you got lower than expected, but that can happen from any pool with this hashrate size.
Miningpoolhub's Monero pool is new, need more hash now.

I hope you understand this. I can confirm that you will get expected earnings in a long run.

Monero block stats are beautiful today.
https://monero.miningpoolhub.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=blocks

I hope you get back and mine together.

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February 04, 2017, 04:35:16 PM
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Hi!

Im new to mining and at Multipool i have a hard time to navigate since its auto-switching.
Right now i have rented some hash from nicehash and pointed to.
Scrypt hub.miningpoolhub.com Port 12001
X11 hub.miningpoolhub.com     Port 12007.

Both workers is on auto, i can only see the hashing speed from nicehash.
Where do i on hub.miningpoolhub.com check my hashpower and my shares?

I have choosen to auto-exchange into BTC if that matters.

Just trying out for fun right now!
Since you are using auto-switching, you have to do a bit of clicking to check your hashrate and shares.........at least until the pool owner makes some planned changes to the home page.

First click on "auto-switches" at the top left of any page, then look to see which coin your auto-switch pool is mining at that moment. Next click on that coin and then click "dashboard" to see your hashrate. You can also click on pool or blocks for more info if needed.

Since you are new to mining, I'd suggest you do a bit of investigation about which algo or coin to mine at any point in time. Whattomine and Coinwarz will help. miningpoolhub's scrypt pools are very small with few coins or miners, which can hurt your profit(I say profit, but serious doubt any profit exists in scrypt). X11 is often very similar. Right now the ETH, Equihash, and Crytonight profit should be better...........assuming you make wise hash rental decisions. Good luck Smiley

Thank you for your detailed instruction.
I planned to make "one page to check whole mining hashrate across all coins", but it's constantly delayed due to new works. (new coin launching, monitoring, fixes, wallet updates, performance optimization)

I think I have to work harder now.  Smiley

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February 04, 2017, 04:37:08 PM
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Hi!

Im new to mining and at Multipool i have a hard time to navigate since its auto-switching.
Right now i have rented some hash from nicehash and pointed to.
Scrypt hub.miningpoolhub.com Port 12001
X11 hub.miningpoolhub.com     Port 12007.

Both workers is on auto, i can only see the hashing speed from nicehash.
Where do i on hub.miningpoolhub.com check my hashpower and my shares?

I have choosen to auto-exchange into BTC if that matters.

Just trying out for fun right now!

When renting hash, you are best using the 17xxx ports for auto switching. No setup required.


I was about to write this info but found your exactly same answer I was thinking. Cheesy

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