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November 07, 2011, 08:55:32 PM
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I spent the past week working on getting p2pool ported over to Litecoin. I'm happy to announce that we now have a distributed Litecoin pool!
A lot of thanks goes to forrestv, the creator of p2pool.

And we have found our first block: (check out how the generated coins are split!)
    http://explorer.liteco.in/block/90f392478c1764b0ba29a4ab551c7943e2f8a9c791f32c9b893f2571a2e5e63f

See here for details about the Litecoin p2pool:
    http://liteco.in/threads/120-kh-s-distributed-litecoin-pool-using-p2pool.29/

Here's more info about p2pool in general: (You should run your bitcoin miners against p2pool!)
    https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool

Some more info about p2pool:
http://liteco.in/threads/130-kh-s-distributed-litecoin-pool-using-p2pool.29/#post-121

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We found another block!
http://explorer.liteco.in/block/6d316e0684f9e2f8796f47e2737a7d8f3961326ab3a99e936a611ca12931fa01

Here are some interesting stats: (thanks to terrytibbs for setting this up)
Current p2pool hashrate: http://explorer.liteco.in/q/p2phashps
Current users and payouts: http://explorer.liteco.in/q/p2pusers

If you want to contribute to p2pool but don't want bother setting up a p2pool node yourself, you can actually mine against the liteco.in node. Please do this as a last resort, and there's no implied guarantee that the node will stay up or that things will work perfectly. All you need to do is point your minerd at liteco.in:9327 with the user set to a Litecoin address like this:

minerd --url http://liteco.in:9327 --userpass Ler4HNAEfwYhBmGXcFP2Po1NpRUEiK8km2:pass

To make sure it works, after you find a share, make sure your address appears in http://explorer.liteco.in/q/p2pusers
Please remember that this is not the recommended way to run p2pool. You should run your own p2pool node so that you don't rely on liteco.in being up.

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November 07, 2011, 09:15:30 PM
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I spent the past week working on getting p2pool ported over to Litecoin. I'm happy to announce that we now have a distributed Litecoin pool!
A lot of thanks goes to forrestv, the creator of p2pool.

And we have found our first block: (check out how the generated coins are split!)
    http://explorer.liteco.in/block/90f392478c1764b0ba29a4ab551c7943e2f8a9c791f32c9b893f2571a2e5e63f

See here for details about the Litecoin p2pool:
    http://liteco.in/threads/120-kh-s-distributed-litecoin-pool-using-p2pool.29/

Here's more info about p2pool in general: (You should run your bitcoin miners against p2pool!)
    https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool

Some more info about p2pool:
http://liteco.in/threads/130-kh-s-distributed-litecoin-pool-using-p2pool.29/#post-121

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We found another block!
http://explorer.liteco.in/block/6d316e0684f9e2f8796f47e2737a7d8f3961326ab3a99e936a611ca12931fa01

Here are some interesting stats: (thanks to terrytibbs for setting this up)
Current p2pool hashrate: http://explorer.liteco.in/q/p2phashps
Current users and payouts: http://explorer.liteco.in/q/p2pusers

If you want to contribute to p2pool but don't want bother setting up a p2pool node yourself, you can actually mine against the liteco.in node. Please do this as a last resort, and there's no implied guarantee that the node will stay up or that things will work perfectly. All you need to do is point your minerd at liteco.in:9327 with the user set to a Litecoin address like this:

minerd --url http://liteco.in:9327 --userpass Ler4HNAEfwYhBmGXcFP2Po1NpRUEiK8km2:pass

To make sure it works, after you find a share, make sure your address appears in http://explorer.liteco.in/q/p2pusers
Please remember that this is not the recommended way to run p2pool. You should run your own p2pool node so that you don't rely on liteco.in being up.

Good information mate. Like to be able to watch my miners on a website automatically from remote site.
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November 08, 2011, 10:26:50 AM
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hello,

could someone this http://solidcointalk.org/topic/283-live-solidcoin24-and-btc-e-data-in-sierrachart software for e-btc ltc / ltc btc / usd modify?

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November 10, 2011, 05:40:06 AM
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For those of you that want to implement a Litecoin miner (in javascript for example), I put together a wiki page that should be very helpful:
https://github.com/coblee/litecoin/wiki/Scrypt-proof-of-work

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November 11, 2011, 02:01:37 AM
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I spent the past week working on getting p2pool ported over to Litecoin. I'm happy to announce that we now have a distributed Litecoin pool!
A lot of thanks goes to forrestv, the creator of p2pool.

And we have found our first block: (check out how the generated coins are split!)
    http://explorer.liteco.in/block/90f392478c1764b0ba29a4ab551c7943e2f8a9c791f32c9b893f2571a2e5e63f

See here for details about the Litecoin p2pool:
    http://liteco.in/threads/120-kh-s-distributed-litecoin-pool-using-p2pool.29/

Here's more info about p2pool in general: (You should run your bitcoin miners against p2pool!)
    https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool

forrestv has built a new version of p2pool for Windows that has Litecoin support:
    http://u.forre.st/u/reivugaj/p2pool_win32_d23708d.zip

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November 11, 2011, 10:55:03 AM
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hello,

could someone this http://solidcointalk.org/topic/283-live-solidcoin24-and-btc-e-data-in-sierrachart software for e-btc ltc / ltc btc / usd modify?

cu

Here ya go: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XRSUMTBF

let me know if it has problems... but I think its working correct  Cool
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November 11, 2011, 08:49:21 PM
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hello,

could someone this http://solidcointalk.org/topic/283-live-solidcoin24-and-btc-e-data-in-sierrachart software for e-btc ltc / ltc btc / usd modify?

cu

Here ya go: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XRSUMTBF

let me know if it has problems... but I think its working correct  Cool

hmm syntax error ... can you make the exe plz  Smiley

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November 12, 2011, 05:25:38 PM
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hello,
could someone this 283-live-solidcoin24-and-btc-e-data-in-sierrachart software for e-btc ltc / ltc btc / usd modify?
cu
Here ya go: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XRSUMTBF
let me know if it has problems... but I think its working correct  Cool
hmm syntax error ... can you make the exe plz  Smiley
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I cannot compile that code right now - sorry

If you're on Win you need first to install Python 2.7:
http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.7.2/python-2.7.2.msi

Then start cmd and type:
PATH C:\Python27;%PATH%

To start script you type:
Python C:\src\solidchartfeed.py -s btceBTC -a 10
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Python C:\src\solidchartfeed.py -s btceUSD -a 10
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November 12, 2011, 08:10:44 PM
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forrestv has built a new version of p2pool for Windows that has Litecoin support:

Is it possible to add liteco.in with this argument -n ADDR[:PORT], --p2pool-node ADDR[:PORT] and in that case how?

Might be useful with a node specified if the bullitin is down and it restarts a lot no?


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November 12, 2011, 08:20:21 PM
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forrestv has built a new version of p2pool for Windows that has Litecoin support:

Is it possible to add liteco.in with this argument -n ADDR[:PORT], --p2pool-node ADDR[:PORT] and in that case how?

Might be useful with a node specified if the bullitin is down and it restarts a lot no?


I've only restarted it once since it went up, and even then it was only down for just over twenty seconds, your miners should've reconnected.
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November 12, 2011, 10:21:29 PM
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I've only restarted it once since it went up, and even then it was only down for just over twenty seconds, your miners should've reconnected.

I'm mining directly with the p2pool. What I meant if it is possible to use it the same way -addnode works in bitcoin as an additional way for the p2pool to find peers.

Also about how long should I expect before seeing any payments from the p2pool with ~5.6khash?

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November 12, 2011, 10:45:05 PM
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I've only restarted it once since it went up, and even then it was only down for just over twenty seconds, your miners should've reconnected.

I'm mining directly with the p2pool. What I meant if it is possible to use it the same way -addnode works in bitcoin as an additional way for the p2pool to find peers.

Also about how long should I expect before seeing any payments from the p2pool with ~5.6khash?
-n is the equivalent of addnode, yes. I believe at least liteco.in is hardcoded as a node in the files, probably among others.

Expect a payment as soon as the entire pool solves its first block, with the pool's 60.261 getting a block on average every 11.9 hours.
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November 13, 2011, 06:23:58 AM
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I have a question regarding how the client lists received coins. Whenever I start my client, and I happen to have received coins during the absence, the client lists them as received when the client updates with the network, and not when they were actually sent/received.

Is this how it is intended to work? Do I have to use a block explorer to find out when they were actually received?
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November 13, 2011, 07:52:31 AM
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You can use block explorer to find every transaction for your address or just use new address for every transaction  Wink
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November 13, 2011, 11:08:49 AM
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hello,
could someone this 283-live-solidcoin24-and-btc-e-data-in-sierrachart software for e-btc ltc / ltc btc / usd modify?
cu
Here ya go: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XRSUMTBF
let me know if it has problems... but I think its working correct  Cool
hmm syntax error ... can you make the exe plz  Smiley
cu
I cannot compile that code right now - sorry

If you're on Win you need first to install Python 2.7:
http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.7.2/python-2.7.2.msi

Then start cmd and type:
PATH C:\Python27;%PATH%

To start script you type:
Python C:\src\solidchartfeed.py -s btceBTC -a 10
or
Python C:\src\solidchartfeed.py -s btceUSD -a 10


C:\src>Python C:\src\solidchartfeed.py -s btceBTC -a 10
  File "C:\src\solidchartfeed.py", line 57
    if log: print 'Fetcing', url
                          ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax


hmmm ....
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November 13, 2011, 12:02:51 PM
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Ermmm.... it is possible that you have wrong version of Python.

You need 2.7.2 - not newer!

Try to reinstall it  Grin
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November 13, 2011, 12:04:46 PM
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Can someone help me setup a litecoin miner that works in windows and that can connect to a pool? having trouble finding a easy guide to follow Smiley
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November 13, 2011, 12:06:50 PM
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DeaDTerra: What CPU do you have?
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November 13, 2011, 12:11:10 PM
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Can someone help me setup a litecoin miner that works in windows and that can connect to a pool? having trouble finding a easy guide to follow Smiley
You can try my application, it comes with a miner and GUI, so you only need to extract the files and run the ScryptMiner.exe to get started :
http://liteco.in/threads/scryptminer-litecoin-mining-gui.31/

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DeaDTerra: What CPU do you have?
I have a intel 2600k
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