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Author Topic: [ANN][POOL] Mining Pool Hub - Multipool. Multialgo, Auto Exchange to any coin.  (Read 449745 times)
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March 21, 2017, 04:04:06 AM
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Could you possibly consider adding Monetaryunit? This algo is the most profitable for baikal at the moment and I really want to remain loyal to MPH.

Oh.. Actually miningpoolhub already ran that coin pool.
Monetaryunit has some serious bug that its network forks frequently. The dev had no solution/answer to this issue and it just started to die.
I'm surprised that how this coin survive until now. The issue is not fixed until now, so I believe it will no longer die again.

Other pool also closed monetaryunit few months ago.

I don't have plan to open it because many people will be in risk to lose money.

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March 21, 2017, 04:08:41 AM
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Hello I am looking for algo switching pool.

For example, say I got a supplier for qubit

Your website says
Algo switch mining (Port 17XXX)
We provide auto switching port for each algo. These ports switch coins time to time to mine the most profitable coin. Best for Rental, ASIC, FPGA miners.

Where exactly I can find that?

I do not see list of port 17xxx

Also is there a way to pretty much state to you I want to mine qubit. I do not care what you mine I am supplying qubit stuff?

What's the difference between algo switching and multi algo switching?

This may seem like an obvious question. Algo switching means the algo is the same and your pool switch coins. Multi algo switching means your algo switch algo and coins based on whichever works on my machine.

However, the 12xxx is supposedly multi algo switching right? Guess what? Each algo has it's own port. It doesn't make sense. If I send to a specific port that seems like that port only support one algo.

What is your fee?

Is your simpler pool have lower fee than your switching pool?

I think aaronsace already answered most questions.

Pool fee is 0.9% which is the lowest among other pools AFAIK.

Ports are some alias to coin and switching job.
Some ports don't match to specific coin, but can switch by profit, or by website click you set.
I believe you can do almost all jobs if you get familiar with this feature.

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March 21, 2017, 04:09:44 AM
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Why the shares / s are turning red?

Is it a problem if it gets maximum?

No, it's just useless stats.
I have plan to remove that because it doesn't indicate any useful thing.

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March 21, 2017, 04:23:19 AM
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It's calculated on many factors including coin price and difficulty. Normalized factor of 1 would be the base. Factor of 2 means you're LIKELY to earn double for that coin compared to another coin @ 1. Don't forget, this is NORMALIZED, meaning it does not take into account your specific hardware, mods, core/mem tweaking etc.

O.K., simply question: Normalized profit of ethereum is 2.0 and normalized profit of monero is 1.5
What it means?
1. Ethereum more profitable than monero on this pool (2.0 and 1.5 -just abstract coefficients, no any information but ranking)
2. Ethereum more profitable than monero about 50% in BTC (about, for example).
3. Ethereum more profitable than some coin as 1.0 about x2, and monero more profitable than some coin as 1 about x1,5 in BTC (about, for example).
4. Celofan, you are stupid  Grin

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The numbers are not that accurate because pool shows profits based on AMD/NVIDIA "average" performance.
I think you are seeing AMD part. There's NVIDIA part as well.

"A" gpu can perform 100 ethash / 10 cryptonight, while "B" gpu can perform 80 ethash / 30 cryptonight.
So 10x profit for A gpu when mining ethash than cryptonight but B gpu gets less than 3x profit for ethash than cryptonight.
Take those as just useful hint. As there's many gpu out there, there can be some significant differences in reality.
Well you'll be just happy to follow pool's average switching if you don't care much about optimization.


For example, if ethash says 2, and monero is 1.5, then you get 2BTC by mining ethereum but 1.5 BTC by mining monero at that time. It only means relatively because you get more if you insert more hashpower.
As 2 / 1.5 = 1.33, you get 33% more from ethereum mining.

If you want to calculate from raw data to match to your specific gpu, click "No Norm." tab. You will see BTC/GH/Day. Insert your GPU's real performance and compare each other.





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March 21, 2017, 04:24:50 AM
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Why for the webpages no es loading for me?   Cry

There were some ddos like attack.
It's all mitigated and resolved.
Sorry for inconvenience.

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March 21, 2017, 04:25:02 AM
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web site off line

There were some ddos like attack.
It's all mitigated and resolved.
Sorry for inconvenience.

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March 21, 2017, 04:26:02 AM
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Pool is not auto-exchanging Ethereum to Bitcoin since yesterday 16:00.
My Ethereum on Auto Exchange keeps decreasing and my Bitcoin is not increasing. What the heck is going on !?
This stuff is happening too often I might switch Pool for good...
The same situation.
Ethereum decrease and no autoexchange to BTC since yesterday.

Exchange was finished already but Bitcoin distribution payout was paused due to little problem.
It's resolved and distributed.
Sorry for inconvenience.

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March 21, 2017, 04:32:11 AM
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I just started mining on this pool to try and soon with a Baikal miner. However, so far during the last 30 minutes or so, it's been switching between Geocoin, Crevacoin and DGB (Qubit). Why is that? None of them seems to be particular profitable - at least not according to whattomine. If whattomine is correct, then it's been Dash winning the profitable race recently (with MUE being at the top for a while).

What am I missing here?

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Well profitability goes up and down radically.
Mostly profitability is affected by difficulty value, and not market price.

Whattomine shows average profit. You will see that their site does not sort coins by "Current Profitability" (The last column)
But pool switches according to current realtime profitability to cherry pick some difficulty lowered coins.

It will eventually get back to dash if it performs better.

miningpoolhub ran MUE pool before.
MUE network forked several times few months ago. It was nightmare and dev didn't have solution for it.
I don't want to open this risky coin again.

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March 21, 2017, 04:33:52 AM
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Why are 8 blocks so recently?  Huh Huh xzc pool


The zero shown blocks are waiting to be calculated.
It's already calculated and distributed now.


As pool suffered from some DDoS like attacks lately, I paused some scripts to not make things corrupt.

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March 21, 2017, 04:36:49 AM
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I just started mining on this pool with a Baikal miner. However, so far during the last 30 minutes or so, it's been switching between Geocoin, Crevacoin and DGB (Qubit). Why is that? None of them seems to be particular profitable - at least not according to whattomine. If whattomine is correct, then it's been Dash winning the profitable race recently (with MUE being at the top for a while).

What am I missing here?

You've set your miner to autoswitch, yes you are correct dash is most profitable with baikal and miningpoolhub. Set it just to dash port and you'll be fine...
But Monetaryunit is actually more profitable coin lately, but miningpoolhub does not offer this coin so I'm mining dash here. Also miningpoolhub has the lowest withdrawal fees for dash than any other pool.

On a side note where is Mr. Miningpoolhub lately? I haven't seen him here in the forum in a while... Perhaps he is on vacation, I hope everything is OK..

Oh I work everyday.
I had to deal with backend things. I launched 6 more servers and tried to move from some old pool servers.
And mitigated some ddos like attacks.

I personally don't like MUE. miningpoolhub already ran MUE pool few months ago, and MUE network forked several times.
And there's no active dev currently.

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March 21, 2017, 04:42:30 AM
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Also miningpoolhub has the lowest withdrawal fees for dash than any other pool.
Not so sure about that, but I could be interpreting things wrong. Suprnova has a 0.0001 fee on withdrawals, Miningpoolhub has 0.001.

Pool doesn't get profit from dash withdrawal.
0.001 is minimal dash network transaction fee these days.

Well, I'll check if there's any better way.
Thanks.

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March 21, 2017, 04:43:59 AM
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5 hours and I still have not received anything  Huh Huh Huh zcoin pool

zcoin pool had paused coin distribution calculate process due to some internal maintenance.
It's resumed and running well.
Also keep in mind that zcoin confirmation needs quite long time. It's coin's spec.

Sorry for inconvenience.

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March 21, 2017, 06:55:44 AM
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Could you possibly consider adding Monetaryunit? This algo is the most profitable for baikal at the moment and I really want to remain loyal to MPH.

Oh.. Actually miningpoolhub already ran that coin pool.
Monetaryunit has some serious bug that its network forks frequently. The dev had no solution/answer to this issue and it just started to die.
I'm surprised that how this coin survive until now. The issue is not fixed until now, so I believe it will no longer die again.

Other pool also closed monetaryunit few months ago.

I don't have plan to open it because many people will be in risk to lose money.


hmm weird...they are soon to convert to x11 algo.
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March 21, 2017, 06:59:08 AM
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I just started mining on this pool with a Baikal miner. However, so far during the last 30 minutes or so, it's been switching between Geocoin, Crevacoin and DGB (Qubit). Why is that? None of them seems to be particular profitable - at least not according to whattomine. If whattomine is correct, then it's been Dash winning the profitable race recently (with MUE being at the top for a while).

What am I missing here?

You've set your miner to autoswitch, yes you are correct dash is most profitable with baikal and miningpoolhub. Set it just to dash port and you'll be fine...
But Monetaryunit is actually more profitable coin lately, but miningpoolhub does not offer this coin so I'm mining dash here. Also miningpoolhub has the lowest withdrawal fees for dash than any other pool.

On a side note where is Mr. Miningpoolhub lately? I haven't seen him here in the forum in a while... Perhaps he is on vacation, I hope everything is OK..

Oh I work everyday.
I had to deal with backend things. I launched 6 more servers and tried to move from some old pool servers.
And mitigated some ddos like attacks.

I personally don't like MUE. miningpoolhub already ran MUE pool few months ago, and MUE network forked several times.
And there's no active dev currently.


Yes seems as though many pools are getting ddos'ed lately...I guess we can look at it like compliment...lol...so popular now they try to take us down.... Smiley
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March 21, 2017, 07:17:40 AM
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Could you possibly consider adding Monetaryunit? This algo is the most profitable for baikal at the moment and I really want to remain loyal to MPH.

Oh.. Actually miningpoolhub already ran that coin pool.
Monetaryunit has some serious bug that its network forks frequently. The dev had no solution/answer to this issue and it just started to die.
I'm surprised that how this coin survive until now. The issue is not fixed until now, so I believe it will no longer die again.

Other pool also closed monetaryunit few months ago.

I don't have plan to open it because many people will be in risk to lose money.


hmm weird...they are soon to convert to x11 algo.

Oh I didn't know that.

I'll consider to open monetaryunit because it will be dash based now. Thank you for latest info.

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March 21, 2017, 07:18:35 AM
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I just started mining on this pool with a Baikal miner. However, so far during the last 30 minutes or so, it's been switching between Geocoin, Crevacoin and DGB (Qubit). Why is that? None of them seems to be particular profitable - at least not according to whattomine. If whattomine is correct, then it's been Dash winning the profitable race recently (with MUE being at the top for a while).

What am I missing here?

You've set your miner to autoswitch, yes you are correct dash is most profitable with baikal and miningpoolhub. Set it just to dash port and you'll be fine...
But Monetaryunit is actually more profitable coin lately, but miningpoolhub does not offer this coin so I'm mining dash here. Also miningpoolhub has the lowest withdrawal fees for dash than any other pool.

On a side note where is Mr. Miningpoolhub lately? I haven't seen him here in the forum in a while... Perhaps he is on vacation, I hope everything is OK..

Oh I work everyday.
I had to deal with backend things. I launched 6 more servers and tried to move from some old pool servers.
And mitigated some ddos like attacks.

I personally don't like MUE. miningpoolhub already ran MUE pool few months ago, and MUE network forked several times.
And there's no active dev currently.


Yes seems as though many pools are getting ddos'ed lately...I guess we can look at it like compliment...lol...so popular now they try to take us down.... Smiley

Yeah. Thanks!
Happy to be DDoSed.

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March 21, 2017, 01:10:59 PM
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so there is only  one Cryptonight coin, planing to add others ?, i can suggest xci  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1651012.0
it did a good start it s on the good way for now, only current exchange is cryptopia for now

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my HBN  F1DMYtUYMV7fSVXphFLnAub7ACfLkunaQz
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March 21, 2017, 03:39:06 PM
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I started doing Ethereum mining and I noticed the difficulty set by the pool is different depending on IP address. When you connect from NiceHash, diff is 1.0 and from my IP is 0.53 or something. Also, the pool does't honor d=XX in password field (at least for Ethereum).
Can you please add the diff request for Ethereum also?

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March 21, 2017, 05:04:41 PM
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Is it possible for the Pool to reduce the Bitcoin withdrawal fee? 0.0001BTC would be ideal. If not ,why?
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March 21, 2017, 05:24:17 PM
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Is it possible for the Pool to reduce the Bitcoin withdrawal fee? 0.0001BTC would be ideal. If not ,why?

I think if the fee was free then it could be abused because MiningPoolHub still has to pay a fee.

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