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March 02, 2014, 04:30:36 PM
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Middlecoin vs Clevermining vs Wafflepool vs Coinsolver vs Trademybit vs Hashcows vs Ultimatecoinpool vs Megamultipool

Tomorrow morning I'll start a profit challenge between these pools.
I've created a wallet for each pool and I'll point all my rigs at all pools with sgminer and the balance option.
I currently only got 4500/kH but maybe my new rig will go online this week with additional 900/kH.

I'll post each days payouts in this thread. Any other pools i should include? Is sgminers balance feature a good way to do this?
How long do you think should i do this? 1 week, 2 weeks, maybe 3?
The first 2 days will not count in the final result because I'm already mining at some of the pools and i don't want to create new accounts for them.

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March 02, 2014, 04:35:02 PM
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Add also ScryptGuild https://www.scryptguild.com/index.php
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March 02, 2014, 04:37:04 PM
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Has ScryptGuild automatic btc trading?

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March 02, 2014, 06:49:41 PM
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These are the Wallets i use:

Middlecoin   1Ht5ybaCBAmbewoXWhKyRRajwSojmgYXNY
Clevermining   13KpWaKYz72BCJ6NbF7dLJfRVZeP19NQrX
Wafflepool   14aKKoCnb2Qu4SVFqBUKXyPDY4dNRjgycY
Coinsolver   1GdL8hbCyfqDNA4ax9MFVzM2J6mVmYose2
Trademybit   1G5gpsVVnRB1TbR73M8eqDa63fbkPDQDj2
Hashcows   1A5Mtmdkag252KByNF2VHsrNTv36fW1BPn
Ultimatecoinpool   1GaxrLxxpBATzWjFoZGVGC5vBuzFbrPWSC
Megamultipool   1LPf5ZENovB6DWHQQpjkLznfJsELiBJXN3
TBD   1LRpHS573KxVGigNV2Ci2do2Vz9ykvzCbU

There is room for one more pool

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March 02, 2014, 07:19:07 PM
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There is room for one more pool

hashbros.co.in

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March 02, 2014, 07:19:35 PM
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There is room for one more pool

hashbros.co.in

hashbros is down  Undecided

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March 02, 2014, 07:23:18 PM
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Sounds like an interesting experiment Wink

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March 02, 2014, 07:30:53 PM
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Sounds like an interesting experiment Wink

Yes! In the past i i traded all the coins i mined on cryptsy by myself. Most of the time way above the current market price. But i since there are so many altcoins out there right now i can't say which one is garbage and which one will be "pumped" or will make it in the long run. So i decided to directly convert every coin to BTC and for this I want to know which auto profit pools are the best.

My guess is hashcows, wafflepool and Huh... we will see  Cheesy

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March 08, 2014, 06:27:04 PM
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Unfortunately my hashrate (5200 Kh/s) is too low for the test i originally planned. I'm now testing the 4-5 pools that produced the most bitcoins in the first run.
I will not provide any statistics yet, just give you my personal Top Auto-Profit Pools for this week.

1. Trademybit
2. Clevermining
3. Wafflepool
4. Hashcows
5. Ultimatecoinpool
6. Middlecoin
7. Coinshift
8. Megamultipool
9. Coinsolver


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March 08, 2014, 06:36:20 PM
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Load balancing is just a waiting connection to all pools in your pool list. Work is then round robin rotation based on pool work quota, meaning each pool simply takes a turn. But there are also other factors in the work quotas, a disconnect will reset the pools quota, and I believe it adjusts quota based on rejects too.

I used to run load balancing between two servers and it was never 50/50, even over a long period. If you want to measure pools correctly, the load balancing isn't going to work. You'll have to setup a separate cgminer instance for each pool, preferably with identical performing card for each pool.



 
 
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March 08, 2014, 06:51:25 PM
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Load balancing is just a waiting connection to all pools in your pool list. Work is then round robin rotation based on pool work quota, meaning each pool simply takes a turn. But there are also other factors in the work quotas, a disconnect will reset the pools quota, and I believe it adjusts quota based on rejects too.

That is why i use balance not load-balance.

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March 26, 2014, 02:02:44 PM
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Hi,
Can you please provide an update on the results ?

Interested to see the results.

Thanks
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March 26, 2014, 02:12:37 PM
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Middlecoin vs Clevermining vs Wafflepool vs Coinsolver vs Trademybit vs Hashcows vs Ultimatecoinpool vs Megamultipool

Tomorrow morning I'll start a profit challenge between these pools.
I've created a wallet for each pool and I'll point all my rigs at all pools with sgminer and the balance option.
I currently only got 4500/kH but maybe my new rig will go online this week with additional 900/kH.

I'll post each days payouts in this thread. Any other pools i should include? Is sgminers balance feature a good way to do this?
How long do you think should i do this? 1 week, 2 weeks, maybe 3?
The first 2 days will not count in the final result because I'm already mining at some of the pools and i don't want to create new accounts for them.

auto profit multipool is bad

please do not use them

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March 26, 2014, 07:48:58 PM
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I am also looking forward to the results of this experiment . I never got much profit mining from multipools.
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