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March 06, 2014, 10:44:30 AM
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Go to the payout tab and search for your address, it will show you your payout from the block.

Go to : http://188.226.131.75:9173/static/graphs.html?Day You can se that address ELD**** has ~300khs and was paid form the first block , so you should get your payment after the next block Smiley

Last three blocks were ~40 minutes ago one after another.

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March 06, 2014, 10:51:28 AM
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Here's the p2pool nde scanner. So far there's only my node visible, as the rest is private.


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March 06, 2014, 10:52:39 AM
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Go to the payout tab and search for your address, it will show you your payout from the block.

Go to : http://188.226.131.75:9173/static/graphs.html?Day You can se that address ELD**** has ~300khs and was paid form the first block , so you should get your payment after the next block Smiley

Last three blocks were ~40 minutes ago one after another.

Ok thanks :-) I see myself in the active miners so I know my config is OK :-)
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March 06, 2014, 11:05:53 AM
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In the P2Pool stats, what does the mean of lets say 2.5EXE mean? It is 2.5EXE per block or per hour, per megahash?

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March 06, 2014, 11:22:02 AM
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Any other exchanges on the way?
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March 06, 2014, 11:24:36 AM
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Any other exchanges on the way?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=501963.0

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March 06, 2014, 11:39:33 AM
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In the P2Pool stats, what does the mean of lets say 2.5EXE mean? It is 2.5EXE per block or per hour, per megahash?

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It's your payout if block was found NOW.

So basically it tells you what payout you'll get next - it's based on your hashrate, submitted shares and total hashrate of the p2pool.

You can see it grows over the initial time then gets constant - or gets smaller when more people join p2pool Smiley

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March 06, 2014, 11:53:02 AM
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OK...I will ask again..... What (if anything) is being done about marketing? I havnt seen anything suggesting you guys are trying to push this coin into peoples faces.... This coin has really great potential but it will not succeed without a dedicated dev team. Im not saying your not, but it would be nice to know whats goin on behind the scenes, as im holding quite a few of these, i think thats only fair.  Smiley

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March 06, 2014, 12:08:14 PM
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In the P2Pool stats, what does the mean of lets say 2.5EXE mean? It is 2.5EXE per block or per hour, per megahash?

On graphs ?

It's your payout if block was found NOW.

So basically it tells you what payout you'll get next - it's based on your hashrate, submitted shares and total hashrate of the p2pool.

You can see it grows over the initial time then gets constant - or gets smaller when more people join p2pool Smiley

Ok thanks. Please help me with my maths. With about 1.5MH I get around 200EXE per day at a normal pool.  If my mean on P2Pool is around 2.5EXE, this means that the P2Pool has to solve around 80 blocks for me to earn 200EXE per day. Am I calculating correct? I just pointed my miners to the P2Pool again to do further testing.

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March 06, 2014, 12:29:07 PM
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In the P2Pool stats, what does the mean of lets say 2.5EXE mean? It is 2.5EXE per block or per hour, per megahash?

On graphs ?

It's your payout if block was found NOW.

So basically it tells you what payout you'll get next - it's based on your hashrate, submitted shares and total hashrate of the p2pool.

You can see it grows over the initial time then gets constant - or gets smaller when more people join p2pool Smiley

Ok thanks. Please help me with my maths. With about 1.5MH I get around 200EXE per day at a normal pool.  If my mean on P2Pool is around 2.5EXE, this means that the P2Pool has to solve around 80 blocks for me to earn 200EXE per day. Am I calculating correct? I just pointed my miners to the P2Pool again to do further testing.

Yes and no.

You should get avarage 8-10 EXE / block so you need ~20-25 blocks.

If you have lower avarage it means you've jsut started minig and youl get "full" payouts in 2-3 hours . Otr there something wrong Wink What's your address ?

1Mhs gives ~6-7 EXE per cblock.

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March 06, 2014, 12:38:09 PM
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In the P2Pool stats, what does the mean of lets say 2.5EXE mean? It is 2.5EXE per block or per hour, per megahash?

On graphs ?

It's your payout if block was found NOW.

So basically it tells you what payout you'll get next - it's based on your hashrate, submitted shares and total hashrate of the p2pool.

You can see it grows over the initial time then gets constant - or gets smaller when more people join p2pool Smiley

Ok thanks. Please help me with my maths. With about 1.5MH I get around 200EXE per day at a normal pool.  If my mean on P2Pool is around 2.5EXE, this means that the P2Pool has to solve around 80 blocks for me to earn 200EXE per day. Am I calculating correct? I just pointed my miners to the P2Pool again to do further testing.

Yes and no.

You should get avarage 8-10 EXE / block so you need ~20-25 blocks.

If you have lower avarage it means you've jsut started minig and youl get "full" payouts in 2-3 hours . Otr there something wrong Wink What's your address ?

1Mhs gives ~6-7 EXE per cblock.

Thanks. PMed my address to you.

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March 06, 2014, 12:48:43 PM
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Can someone explain me why my payout will be bigger the longer I mine on the P2Pool? Shouldn't this be about equal to how a normal pool works?
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March 06, 2014, 12:58:26 PM
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Becasue it uses the PPLNS payout system PayPerLast-N-Shares

It's like conveyor belt - when you drop your shares on, with time the belt is full of your shares and thats the time when you get full payouts, up to this time you get smaller payouts.

It works backwards also - when you stop mining there are still your shares on the belt, so you'll still get payouts, but in opposite manner - smaller payouts with time.

Imagine that your payout graph is trapesium.

Tu masz opisane:
http://forum.netcodepool.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=672

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March 06, 2014, 01:21:24 PM
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Becasue it uses the PPLNS payout system PayPerLast-N-Shares

It's like conveyor belt - when you drop your shares on, with time the belt is full of your shares and thats the time when you get full payouts, up to this time you get smaller payouts.

It works backwards also - when you stop mining there are still your shares on the belt, so you'll still get payouts, but in opposite manner - smaller payouts with time.

Imagine that your payout graph is trapesium.

Tu masz opisane:
http://forum.netcodepool.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=672

Ok thanks :-)
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March 06, 2014, 03:33:14 PM
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OK...I will ask again..... What (if anything) is being done about marketing? I havnt seen anything suggesting you guys are trying to push this coin into peoples faces.... This coin has really great potential but it will not succeed without a dedicated dev team. Im not saying your not, but it would be nice to know whats goin on behind the scenes, as im holding quite a few of these, i think thats only fair.  Smiley

Where's marketing? Where's bubble? I need a dump! mememememe

Quarkkid I've seen you around plenty and you should realise how coins perform differently with instant media coverage versus humble beginnings, if not, then you really have made this far on luck fella.

More and more of you are adapting the rinse and repeat mind frame of encouraging a coins devs to help you make your profit, not a single care for the longevity of any actual coin do you.
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March 06, 2014, 04:23:05 PM
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OK...I will ask again..... What (if anything) is being done about marketing? I havnt seen anything suggesting you guys are trying to push this coin into peoples faces.... This coin has really great potential but it will not succeed without a dedicated dev team. Im not saying your not, but it would be nice to know whats goin on behind the scenes, as im holding quite a few of these, i think thats only fair.  Smiley

Where's marketing? Where's bubble? I need a dump! mememememe

Quarkkid I've seen you around plenty and you should realise how coins perform differently with instant media coverage versus humble beginnings, if not, then you really have made this far on luck fella.

More and more of you are adapting the rinse and repeat mind frame of encouraging a coins devs to help you make your profit, not a single care for the longevity of any actual coin do you.

There is some truth to his statement. Getting placed on a large exchange is important for long term growth and we're falling behind on the bter poll.
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March 06, 2014, 04:25:54 PM
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Unfortunately, Bitcoin's meteoric rise in price late last year brought a lot of people into crypto-currency who see nothing but dollar signs and aren't willing to wait for a coin to mature. Dogecoin didn't help, in that regard.

This coin's been around a week and already people are wanting to see a profit? Come on.

If you want to mine for instant profit, go mine one of the multitude of Scrypt coins that are profitable. Eventually, when Execoin has matured and there's a market established for it, jump in and mine it, too. But putting this high pressure, "gotta have it now" crap on the devs isn't helpful.
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March 06, 2014, 04:27:19 PM
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Problem at Dedicated Pool, too :

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We are investingating issues in the backend. Your shares and hashrate are safe and we will fix things ASAP.

PPLNS payout disabled, round credit transactions are delayed

 that is an auto message from mpos.  It's badly worded, making you think I know of the problem.  It's fixed now.  Cron had stopped running.




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March 06, 2014, 04:30:44 PM
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OK...I will ask again..... What (if anything) is being done about marketing? I havnt seen anything suggesting you guys are trying to push this coin into peoples faces.... This coin has really great potential but it will not succeed without a dedicated dev team. Im not saying your not, but it would be nice to know whats goin on behind the scenes, as im holding quite a few of these, i think thats only fair.  Smiley

Where's marketing? Where's bubble? I need a dump! mememememe

Quarkkid I've seen you around plenty and you should realise how coins perform differently with instant media coverage versus humble beginnings, if not, then you really have made this far on luck fella.

More and more of you are adapting the rinse and repeat mind frame of encouraging a coins devs to help you make your profit, not a single care for the longevity of any actual coin do you.

LOL...Uv seen me around?? Where...exactly is this please elaborate on this further, as i have never seen your name make any comments in threads iv been posting in?! U are talking total SHIT so please stop before you make yourself look very silly. I dont know if you remember Fedora TiPS?...that coin was dead...dev ran off, me n 4 other guys took over and got it to where it went crazy, then old dev came bk out the shadows suddenly, taking credit for the coin...i mined that coin from the day 1 and promoted the fuck out of it, coz i believed in it...u have no idea what your talking about.In fact, i lost over $5000 of profit coz i still didnt dump tips after it shot up like crazy...wouldv made me rich, but thats life.

Firstly....ALL i am doing is asking about about whats happening next, what the plans are for this coin, services, games etc... things to attract people.So how is that me not caring about the coin?

Secondly...if i didnt care about the coin, i wouldv dumped my share as soon as it hit nxt....i wouldv been more than happy at those prices with what i had mined in a couple days, so wheres the logic there then?

Thirdly....You Should see my rig if u think i made it this far on luck.  Shocked

Im sorry you feel the need to attack people for no reason, im sure you will overcome this issue in time....


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March 06, 2014, 04:33:47 PM
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Unfortunately, Bitcoin's meteoric rise in price late last year brought a lot of people into crypto-currency who see nothing but dollar signs and aren't willing to wait for a coin to mature. Dogecoin didn't help, in that regard.

This coin's been around a week and already people are wanting to see a profit? Come on.

If you want to mine for instant profit, go mine one of the multitude of Scrypt coins that are profitable. Eventually, when Execoin has matured and there's a market established for it, jump in and mine it, too. But putting this high pressure, "gotta have it now" crap on the devs isn't helpful.

OMG...not you aswell...LOL you people need to think before speaking...

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