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February 10, 2017, 10:14:50 PM
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Hello Miningpoolhub guys
again with problems, i had for two days: ZEC 0.12988492 "on exchange" that it's not getting exchanged.

any ideas why? can you force it, thank you
my user is lightman there.

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February 10, 2017, 10:19:57 PM
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Hello Miningpoolhub guys
again with problems, i had for two days: ZEC 0.12988492 "on exchange" that it's not getting exchanged.

any ideas why? can you force it, thank you
my user is lightman there.

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Sounds like there is something wrong with your account. That's enough Zec; it should have exchanged by now. MiningPoolHub will check it for you when he is back on the forum.

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February 11, 2017, 03:56:18 AM
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Greetings MPH ppl.

1. Didn't use my favorite MPH recently because of LBRY and PASC. Any hope they will be added?

(don't know if it is the right place, maybe should ask the MPOS people, but here goes nothing)
2. The pool-based autoswitching is king. But please make new category including "Ethash, Equihash, Myriad-Groestl, NeoScrypt, Skein, Groestl, Cryptonight, Lyra2RE2, Keccak" for Nvidia - as far as can see theese are the top profit algos.
3. I'd like to autoexchange some coins while stockpiling the others. Can you do distinct settings on site or parse them from password field of connected miner programs?
(next one is probably should go to EWBF's thread, but I think your request will have more weight then mine))
4. For me, EWBF's miner don't disconnect from the pool after it is left with no work regardless of its new "eexit" option.

Thanks in advance!
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February 11, 2017, 07:10:38 AM
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Greeting Mining Pool Hub,

firstly, thank you for a great service. I have been using MPH for some of its individual pools for a while now, just experimenting initially but lately I have used your monero pool all the time because it is the only one I can find with a pool server close to me with a decent ping time. I live in Australia and use asia1.monero.miningpoolhub.com:20580. Another good thing here is that you allow the claymore client to make an encrypted connection and thus a lower dev fee. So I am very happy with all that stuff.

I have a question though about the various hash-rate measurements available which can sometimes confuse me a bit.

For example, if I look now at my "workers" tab and add all the individual numbers together it totals 7.6 mh/s but if I then open the "dashboard" tab it shows a figure of 6.71 mh/s then changes to 8.03 mh/s.

I just did the same thing after a few minutes and the "workers" totallled to 8.725 mh.s but the dashboard showed still 8.03 mh/s.

Does this mean that the "worker's data is collected more frequently and the "dashboard" is just a longer average? If I add all of the hash-rates reported by the rigs I use it's something like 8.8 mh/s and if I look at the "graphs" that is appromimately where my graph peaks, but it looks like the average is around 8.3 - 8.6 mh/s. So does this mean that my rigs are offering 8.8 mh/s but you are not able to utilize all that hash rate all the time? I know there are random fluctuations all the time but is there any way for me to improve my settings to raise my average up to what my rigs are reporting?

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February 11, 2017, 01:06:01 PM
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Hello!  First off, I really like what you've done with this mining website.  I've been mining for about 3 months and I've had great success, and your hard work shows.

Do you have an estimate on when you'll be updating the DASH wallet to 12.1?

Here's a cool page showing who's switched and who hasn't: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/display/DOC/Mining+pools

I updated it.
Thanks!

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February 11, 2017, 01:06:30 PM
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It's gonna be one shitty day for zcash today  Grin crap!, freaking variance!

Sorry Cry

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February 11, 2017, 01:09:07 PM
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Hi miningpoolhub guys

I don't see credited blocks 59943 and 60015 , it's already bad enough that it took almost 24 hours to find a block, and after that, it has not been credited, what is going on?

can you please investigate? (username: lightman )
thanks
indkt.

I can see credits for that block at your account.
transaction id 2174026 and 2174868
Seems like pool needed time to calculate because of long block time.

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February 11, 2017, 01:14:30 PM
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I just started using this the other day, and I am fairly comfortable with computers in general, I do know some scripting language from playing text based games or writing triggers for zmud.

I have been mining for a few months, at the onset of monero. 

I have a 1050 TI x 5 and +1 970 GTX rig,
1050 TI at work
A RX 470 paired with a 6 core AMD waiting for more units I am ordering and finally a 3960x intel which I am looking for a x79 board to do a hybrid CPU/GPU build maybe even make my own personal computer upgrade / miner.

So not a long time vet, but I am not exactly a noob either.

BUT I do want to say its a bit underwelming to me, the instructions which are supplied in the downloads or on website.  How you configure things with MPH client for example.  sgminer doesnt work at all, ive never used it.. the help file is obnoxious when you load.  I tried in a batch, i na config, at the end of the file, tOK, I saw this setting information that SG miner asks for in the claymore readme files.  OK.  I dont know where it goes it still, a batch file? a command?  How do i Make it execute in conjunction with the miner.   If i make a config file that seems to read it, but what about all the kernel files.   What if I dont want to use that miner and had a different one.  I understand the hub switching but I can use others ports, and pools but then what happens to my currency? Also eth dual mining, no decred info on the website or ability to check balances.  When you say 17xxx do i really leave that, and the rest is magic.. in the copy and paste when do i change usernames and dont I.

Yeah the whole config files and json files are new to me, and I dont get how I have .1 zclassic on exchange, or what that means.  Thats confusing to.   Where  Ifigured I could come for help and guides its all people posting pools and what not, im not trying to read 100 pages of old data!!  The fundamentals of  this system or links to similar systems would be handy.   If nothing else the miner control is nice, I just can only use it for a couple coins.

I also get big red fails on eth dual, its got to be a config issue at this point but that dual mining has a lot to it.. so in time ill figure it out im sure! but hopefully my coins miined go someplace I can use them.  I am using my suprnova account and wallet addie so one can hope.

The struggle is real, but for everyone else it sounds like its pretty good.  Thanks for your work on this, I do like it and once i figure out how to use the miner control interface than maybe ill look at the other stuff!

Thank you



I understand your concerns. I too had hard time at starting mining and forgot about it after I learned.

I will totally make website much easier than this.
I really agree about your suggestion. Thanks.

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February 11, 2017, 01:15:13 PM
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Use caution with the VCash pool - it has been mining on its own fork for 2+ days. Miningpoolhub is at VCash block 599895 currently while the rest of the network is at 600754:

https://vcash.miningpoolhub.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

https://explorer.vchain.info/block/0b16579188afdad895bf77f2606808e80836b44c5a403e8ae3af70b31973f93b
https://www.blockexperts.com/xvc/height/600754

Thanks.
Sadly vcash forked accidently.
I will compensate after clearing things up.

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February 11, 2017, 01:15:32 PM
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my adzcoins vanished...........i had 4 of them and there is only 0,5 now........

edit: ok seems to be restored.......

Good!

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February 11, 2017, 01:17:07 PM
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helo,

Is it just me , or has anyone else problems with monero block confirmation?Huh?
since midday i have 20 - 30 blocks that not be confirmed

here is only the "first" page:




I just saw my confirmed balance go from aproximately 0.7 to approximately 1.25 over about 10 minutes..... what's going on with all the unconfirmed stuff stacking up?

Just block update script was stuck due to small error.
That is why you saw similar numbers at block confirmation count.

It's resolved now.

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February 11, 2017, 01:21:26 PM
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Hello Miningpoolhub guys
again with problems, i had for two days: ZEC 0.12988492 "on exchange" that it's not getting exchanged.

any ideas why? can you force it, thank you
my user is lightman there.

thanks
indkt.


There was some delay at withdrawal process.
I've foudn that it's resolved now.

Sorry for late reply.
I had really hard time these days because of vcash, zcoin fork issue things.

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February 11, 2017, 01:29:28 PM
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Greetings MPH ppl.

1. Didn't use my favorite MPH recently because of LBRY and PASC. Any hope they will be added?

(don't know if it is the right place, maybe should ask the MPOS people, but here goes nothing)
2. The pool-based autoswitching is king. But please make new category including "Ethash, Equihash, Myriad-Groestl, NeoScrypt, Skein, Groestl, Cryptonight, Lyra2RE2, Keccak" for Nvidia - as far as can see theese are the top profit algos.
3. I'd like to autoexchange some coins while stockpiling the others. Can you do distinct settings on site or parse them from password field of connected miner programs?
(next one is probably should go to EWBF's thread, but I think your request will have more weight then mine))
4. For me, EWBF's miner don't disconnect from the pool after it is left with no work regardless of its new "eexit" option.

Thanks in advance!

Greattings

1. Yeah they will be added.
But I can't guarantee ETA. Many works are delayed due to accidental coin maintenance these days. forking issue happened, some coin updates..
Anyway I do my best.

2. I can add that if you want.
But why is Keccak included? As maxcoin is not exchanged any more from most exchange sites, I think it's useless.

3. I will make some detailed auto exchange switch to control how much rate to be exchanged from newly mined coins. It will be on website interface.

4. I'll check it. I actually don't know what that option is.




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February 11, 2017, 01:42:18 PM
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Greeting Mining Pool Hub,

firstly, thank you for a great service. I have been using MPH for some of its individual pools for a while now, just experimenting initially but lately I have used your monero pool all the time because it is the only one I can find with a pool server close to me with a decent ping time. I live in Australia and use asia1.monero.miningpoolhub.com:20580. Another good thing here is that you allow the claymore client to make an encrypted connection and thus a lower dev fee. So I am very happy with all that stuff.

I have a question though about the various hash-rate measurements available which can sometimes confuse me a bit.

For example, if I look now at my "workers" tab and add all the individual numbers together it totals 7.6 mh/s but if I then open the "dashboard" tab it shows a figure of 6.71 mh/s then changes to 8.03 mh/s.

I just did the same thing after a few minutes and the "workers" totallled to 8.725 mh.s but the dashboard showed still 8.03 mh/s.

Does this mean that the "worker's data is collected more frequently and the "dashboard" is just a longer average? If I add all of the hash-rates reported by the rigs I use it's something like 8.8 mh/s and if I look at the "graphs" that is appromimately where my graph peaks, but it looks like the average is around 8.3 - 8.6 mh/s. So does this mean that my rigs are offering 8.8 mh/s but you are not able to utilize all that hash rate all the time? I know there are random fluctuations all the time but is there any way for me to improve my settings to raise my average up to what my rigs are reporting?

ethereum, ethereum-classic, zcash, zclassic have asia server as well.

Worker's data and dashboard's data can be different because dashboard data is from regularly cached data. But worker's data is measured dynamically when you open the page.
Pool is showing just estimated hashrate. It's not easy for pool to know actual hashrate. Pool just uses some probability mathematics to measure which means it's very rough result.

I believe your rigs are working fine. my rigs are reporting like that too.

I think claymore cryptonote miner's hashrate numbers are a bit bigger than actual due to memory bandwidth. I'm just guessing.


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February 11, 2017, 06:56:33 PM
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It would be great if Decred could be added. It's not my most profitable mining coin but it's what I want to store up.

Besides DCR I have some auto exchange question. I read on the site that auto exchange will credit the coins to the target pool but everyone here is talking about needing a wallet. On the site it says that coins that don't have enough volume for exchange for a certain amount of time may be sent back to me or exchanged as bitcoin. How long does that extend past the 4-6 hour exchange intervals?

One thing I do not quite get. If auto exchange relies on exchanges like Bittrex, Yobit, and Poloniex, than why is the auto exchange even limited to the pools on MPH? At first my impression was that MPH acted as the exchange but if it travels through these other exchanges than I am wondering if auto exchange could be enabled for any given coin outside of MPH.
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February 12, 2017, 04:44:40 PM
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hey.seen xzc coin now.
any stats?mining calculator?hashrates for 1070/
i have 1.333 Mhash now and only 40% TDP.is it normal?
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February 12, 2017, 05:43:59 PM
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hey.seen xzc coin now.
any stats?mining calculator?hashrates for 1070/
i have 1.333 Mhash now and only 40% TDP.is it normal?

It's normal and it is good. AMD cards only pull 400 K/h so XZC is free game for NVidia for the meantime
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February 12, 2017, 06:05:58 PM
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hey.seen xzc coin now.
any stats?mining calculator?hashrates for 1070/
i have 1.333 Mhash now and only 40% TDP.is it normal?

It's normal and it is good. AMD cards only pull 400 K/h so XZC is free game for NVidia for the meantime
nice=)but difficulty is too high now=(
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February 12, 2017, 06:15:32 PM
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hey.seen xzc coin now.
any stats?mining calculator?hashrates for 1070/
i have 1.333 Mhash now and only 40% TDP.is it normal?

It's normal and it is good. AMD cards only pull 400 K/h so XZC is free game for NVidia for the meantime
nice=)but difficulty is too high now=(

I do not know how to calculate profitability other than mining for 2 hours and calculating the average for the day

Difficulty comes from the interest in ZCoin to rise probably. It's a real threat to XMR gone silent to begin with and superior to the copy cat special interest ZCash
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February 12, 2017, 06:28:31 PM
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hey.seen xzc coin now.
any stats?mining calculator?hashrates for 1070/
i have 1.333 Mhash now and only 40% TDP.is it normal?

It's normal and it is good. AMD cards only pull 400 K/h so XZC is free game for NVidia for the meantime
nice=)but difficulty is too high now=(

I do not know how to calculate profitability other than mining for 2 hours and calculating the average for the day

Difficulty comes from the interest in ZCoin to rise probably. It's a real threat to XMR gone silent to begin with and superior to the copy cat special interest ZCash
there are mining calculators=)like whattomine=)
yeah...but on suprnova with 3.5 GHs with diff 1024 - about one hour without any block...crazy people=)
update=)got one=)but with that difficulty - too low profit=(
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