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Author Topic: [ANN][POOL] Mining Pool Hub - Multipool. Multialgo, Auto Exchange to any coin.  (Read 447175 times)
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March 14, 2017, 04:00:39 PM
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 Is Auto Exchange not working at the moment ? Whole day no increase in Bitcoin Wallet although ETH keeps disappearing to Auto Exchange from Balance.

Edit: It took a while , now it's there.
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March 14, 2017, 10:08:16 PM
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Hmm - switched to MPH with 3 Baikal Giants today - algo switching setup - been mining with 2750 MH/s for 11 hours and so far I can see I made a "whopping" $16 when I calculate all coins incl non confirmed etc and convert them manually to USD - which absolutely no sense when checking whattomine.com and calculate for the past 24 hours  - any ideas to what I might be doing wrong, as I see the system as pretty fool proof when setting it up Tongue
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March 14, 2017, 11:37:02 PM
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Hmm - switched to MPH with 3 Baikal Giants today - algo switching setup - been mining with 2750 MH/s for 11 hours and so far I can see I made a "whopping" $16 when I calculate all coins incl non confirmed etc and convert them manually to USD - which absolutely no sense when checking whattomine.com and calculate for the past 24 hours  - any ideas to what I might be doing wrong, as I see the system as pretty fool proof when setting it up Tongue

see my last posts:

The DGB-qubit issue seems to still persist?

over the last few weeks i tested mph in comparison to nicehash with baikal miners, mph is more profitable on the paper 99% of the time, but the real payout in btc is by far less than the expected return and nicehash payout is in fact more

in return i have switched back to nicehash

i tested that some time before and at that time dgb-qubit was the culprit: it displayed incorrect estimates which where far off and thus the miner often switched to it for some time and then back to "stable" coins, might be something else additionally as well, all i can tell is that the profit is off by much (tested for 48 hrs)

It's because digibyte's difficulty value goes up and down toooooo frequently.
Here you can see difficulty history from Blocks page.
https://digibyte-qubit.miningpoolhub.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=blocks

It goes up around 463 and crashes to 147 for last 30 minutes which means profitability goes up like x3 for very short period of time.
It doesn't mean that you earn less always. You would earn much more sometimes but much less sometimes.

well, the profit is almost half of the displayed expected, thats all i can tell

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March 15, 2017, 01:27:39 AM
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Siacoin blocks are also being mined with 0 PPLNS shares since 2PM today Sad
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March 15, 2017, 04:09:57 AM
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In case anyone is interested I ran a test for 24hrs with 2 baikal mini's side by side comparing MiningPoolHub and Coinmine. My numbers and results are very interesting. You can have a read here.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1690803.msg18192141#msg18192141


In other words MiningPoolHub rocks, and I thank you so much for having smaller minimum withdrawals.
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March 15, 2017, 09:07:28 AM
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Mining Pool Hub

Hi
This is miningpoolhub operator

Sorry for last server errors.
Currently all pools are working.
Sorry that I couldn't reply to all messages for few hours because I was really busy with pool server configuration.


I think it's better to explain what happened behind the scene.

I had really hard time dealing with Amazon web service's poor I/O performance lately.
It happened few days ago, and it happened again at 13th March.
As I'm also using IOPS service from AWS, pool server's file I/O should perform well because it's guaranteed.

But it didn't.
As I didn't get any reply from last support ticket from amazon, I had nowhere to contact AWS tech team.
I had to change my basic plan to business plan to just phone call AWS staff. It charged $100.
I couldn't understand why I have to pay for their infra problem but anyway I did it because pool was having some trouble and needed to be fixed ASAP.


Some hours of digging the problem and launching several instances, all things were fixed at last.
During that time, some pool's block reward calculation was paused. (Not all but some of them)
That's why you've got no earning transactions for that period.
But I believe eventually all you guys earned because mining was still working and block reward distribution resumed after that issue.



Actually..
There was one more problem at Ethereum pool.
As Ethereum's finding blocks were too many, pool didn't have time to calculate each block reward.

For example, there's 100 blocks to calculate reward. When pool calculates 5 blocks, pool finds 8 blocks during calculation.
This process will never end right?
This slow calculation was because of too heavy loads of database that didn't flush frequently.

I had to deal it immediately so that miners would not angry with me.
So I tweaked some performance dealing points. It seemed to work well... but there were little problem that block reward calculation was doubled for some blocks.

Ethereum block reward is normally 5 ETH, but Pool distributed 10 ETH for some blocks!
Oh my god..

I corrected errors as soon as find the error, but some of you already withdrew it.
This is why some of you got much much more than average daily earnings.
You would have seen some balance going up and down at Ethereum pool due to this error.
This was not manipulation. It was just error correction work from pool.



So, if you've got more than usual, please send it to me.
This is pool's main ETH wallet address.
0xb2930B35844a230f00E51431aCAe96Fe543a0347

12DdmN1y5enL72sN93sisUWQdT1gfF24qj (This is bitcoin address. Send to here in case if you already exchanged it)

I know I can't force someone to refund, but I request it in manner. You may and you may not.
I lost ETH from my pocket



Sorry for all messes lately.
The I/O performance problem is totally fixed and all things are back to normal. I believe there will be no issue like this anymore.


I have been running pool for more than 3 years now.
Pool is like a kid for me. Many times I struggled, and fixed in mud.
Please forgive me for server faults. I do my best, but it was not always perfect because I'm human.


Thanks.

Mining Pool Hub - https://miningpoolhub.com
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March 15, 2017, 09:18:28 AM
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Hmm - switched to MPH with 3 Baikal Giants today - algo switching setup - been mining with 2750 MH/s for 11 hours and so far I can see I made a "whopping" $16 when I calculate all coins incl non confirmed etc and convert them manually to USD - which absolutely no sense when checking whattomine.com and calculate for the past 24 hours  - any ideas to what I might be doing wrong, as I see the system as pretty fool proof when setting it up Tongue

see my last posts:

The DGB-qubit issue seems to still persist?

over the last few weeks i tested mph in comparison to nicehash with baikal miners, mph is more profitable on the paper 99% of the time, but the real payout in btc is by far less than the expected return and nicehash payout is in fact more

in return i have switched back to nicehash

i tested that some time before and at that time dgb-qubit was the culprit: it displayed incorrect estimates which where far off and thus the miner often switched to it for some time and then back to "stable" coins, might be something else additionally as well, all i can tell is that the profit is off by much (tested for 48 hrs)

It's because digibyte's difficulty value goes up and down toooooo frequently.
Here you can see difficulty history from Blocks page.
https://digibyte-qubit.miningpoolhub.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=blocks

It goes up around 463 and crashes to 147 for last 30 minutes which means profitability goes up like x3 for very short period of time.
It doesn't mean that you earn less always. You would earn much more sometimes but much less sometimes.

well, the profit is almost half of the displayed expected, thats all i can tell

So you're actually able to push nicehash? My miners go down if I try to use nicehash... Baikal support has no solution for me, would be awesome if you shot me a PM with your current setup and average earning pr day/week for some comparison.
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March 15, 2017, 09:25:38 AM
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Dash Mining Pool Hub


https://dash.miningpoolhub.com

Lowered dash withdrawal fee from 0.01 to 0.001
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March 15, 2017, 10:12:24 AM
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Thanks for the update!

Sorry you lost Ethereum during this issue  Angry Perhaps a BTC address for refunds would be good as well as an Ethereum address since a lot of us auto-exchange to BTC.

Looks like some of the Siacoin blocks are still showing as 0 PPLNS shares, although I think I may have seen one update just now.

Keep up the good work!
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March 15, 2017, 11:19:35 AM
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just change multiports to proportional reward type and it will save you cpu cycles. single coin may stay pplns.

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March 15, 2017, 12:30:23 PM
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But what about payments and withdrawing ZCL from the 14th?
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March 15, 2017, 01:21:55 PM
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Thanks for the update!

Sorry you lost Ethereum during this issue  Angry Perhaps a BTC address for refunds would be good as well as an Ethereum address since a lot of us auto-exchange to BTC.

Looks like some of the Siacoin blocks are still showing as 0 PPLNS shares, although I think I may have seen one update just now.

Keep up the good work!

Oh I added bitcoin address at original post.
( 12DdmN1y5enL72sN93sisUWQdT1gfF24qj )

Also fixed siacoin stuck problem.

Thank you for suggestion.


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March 15, 2017, 01:24:07 PM
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just change multiports to proportional reward type and it will save you cpu cycles. single coin may stay pplns.

well, actually multiport pool redirects to single coin internally. They are not separate pool.
I fixed and optimized some codes to speed up. I'll continually monitor them.

And.. miningpoolhub was using PROP about 2 years ago.
It's faster but little miners would have penalty at short block time coins.


Thank you.

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March 15, 2017, 01:24:46 PM
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But what about payments and withdrawing ZCL from the 14th?

It's catching up.
Sorry for late. Will be finished very soon.

Mining Pool Hub - https://miningpoolhub.com
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March 15, 2017, 04:07:10 PM
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just change multiports to proportional reward type and it will save you cpu cycles. single coin may stay pplns.

well, actually multiport pool redirects to single coin internally. They are not separate pool.
I fixed and optimized some codes to speed up. I'll continually monitor them.

And.. miningpoolhub was using PROP about 2 years ago.
It's faster but little miners would have penalty at short block time coins.


Thank you.

it's not true, little miners can miss one round but they could score double on next "short" round, so it is even at the end.

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March 15, 2017, 04:27:05 PM
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Dash Mining Pool Hub


https://dash.miningpoolhub.com

Lowered dash withdrawal fee from 0.01 to 0.001
Thanks


Wow....thank you so much....this is very nice of you...
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March 15, 2017, 10:03:58 PM
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How do I put my eth address in this pool?
I put it to mine more how exactly do I know it's mining?
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March 16, 2017, 12:15:01 AM
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just change multiports to proportional reward type and it will save you cpu cycles. single coin may stay pplns.

well, actually multiport pool redirects to single coin internally. They are not separate pool.
I fixed and optimized some codes to speed up. I'll continually monitor them.

And.. miningpoolhub was using PROP about 2 years ago.
It's faster but little miners would have penalty at short block time coins.


Thank you.

it's not true, little miners can miss one round but they could score double on next "short" round, so it is even at the end.

Well, it's proven from reality and theory some years ago. And miningpoolhub also found that PROP is not good.

Block reward distribution at PROP is separated for each block round.
For example, if a block is found within 1 second with one share, then he gets all 5 ETH.
Is it fair that he gets all?
Maybe, if his reward is lowered at next round.
But he will get proportionally at next round too.

The problem is that coin distribution is not calculated not only by the time and hashrate of miners, but random block round time also gets in.
Block finding time separates each round, and it sometimes can make things unfair situation.
PPLNS tries to remove block finding criteria thing and only concentrate to miner's hashrate and time period.

Also, there's pool hopping strategy which maximizes/cheats PROP pool. It is proven cheating method for PROP pools.

Mining Pool Hub - https://miningpoolhub.com
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March 16, 2017, 12:17:33 AM
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Dash Mining Pool Hub


https://dash.miningpoolhub.com

Lowered dash withdrawal fee from 0.01 to 0.001
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Wow....thank you so much....this is very nice of you...

You're welcome. Some precious miner told me to do so.  Cheesy

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March 16, 2017, 12:20:02 AM
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How do I put my eth address in this pool?
I put it to mine more how exactly do I know it's mining?

First log in, and insert eth address at ethereum pool's Wallet page
https://ethereum.miningpoolhub.com/index.php?page=account&action=pooledit

You can see 'Share accepted' message at your mining console
You will see some miner activity at Workers page.
Dashboard, Graphs page also show your miner but it's a bit delayed. I recommend Workers page more.

Mining Pool Hub - https://miningpoolhub.com
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