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March 26, 2014, 07:27:07 PM
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Been running cgminer and my avg hashing rate is 2.833Mh/s but combined accepted/rejected hashrate per your site seems to be hovering between 2350 and 2500Mh/s.  I'm fairly new to mining but having tried out Middlecoin, Cleverming and WafflePool for a couple days each, they all virtually nailed it.  Any suggestions as to why I'm coming in below and/or what to do about it?
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March 26, 2014, 10:31:04 PM
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Been running cgminer and my avg hashing rate is 2.833Mh/s but combined accepted/rejected hashrate per your site seems to be hovering between 2350 and 2500Mh/s.  I'm fairly new to mining but having tried out Middlecoin, Cleverming and WafflePool for a couple days each, they all virtually nailed it.  Any suggestions as to why I'm coming in below and/or what to do about it?
Compare pool reported hashrate to WU, not hashrate.  See if that matches more closely.
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March 27, 2014, 06:01:39 AM
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Been running cgminer and my avg hashing rate is 2.833Mh/s but combined accepted/rejected hashrate per your site seems to be hovering between 2350 and 2500Mh/s.  I'm fairly new to mining but having tried out Middlecoin, Cleverming and WafflePool for a couple days each, they all virtually nailed it.  Any suggestions as to why I'm coming in below and/or what to do about it?

What's your address? I'll take a look. If you could post a screenshot of your rig hashrate that would be helpful too.
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March 27, 2014, 07:37:57 AM
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What's your address? I'll take a look. If you could post a screenshot of your rig hashrate that would be helpful too.

Nowhere to upload an image to at the moment but a screen copy as of 12:33pm, PST.  I did drop the Intensity down to 18 from 20 and that has seemed to matchup with the site a little better (as well as produce far fewer rejected).  

 cgminer version 3.7.2 - Started: [2014-03-27 00:01:32] - [0 days 07:31:33]
 Pool management GPU management Settings Display options Quit        
 (5s):2.753M (avg):2.772Mh/s | A:1165248  R:51456  HW:0  WU:2723.8/m  WUE:98.3%
 ST: 1  SS: 0  NB: 869  LW: 10746  GF: 1  RF: 0
 Connected to us-west.coinshift.com diff 1.02K with stratum as user 1Q697sCKUo1pp3GXGxPbJN6GJPJz97R1LE
 Coinshift  Diff: 5.42K  Started: [07:32:03]  Best share: 3.12M
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 GPU 0:  69.0C 2923RPM | 457.4K/461.9Kh/s | R:5.5% HW:0 WU: 449.8/m I:18
 GPU 1:  73.0C 4325RPM | 458.8K/462.1Kh/s | R:2.1% HW:0 WU: 431.7/m I:18
 GPU 2:  72.0C 2990RPM | 457.9K/462.1Kh/s | R:6.0% HW:0 WU: 442.5/m I:18
 GPU 3:  70.0C 2800RPM | 458.7K/462.1Kh/s | R:3.8% HW:0 WU: 432.2/m I:18
 GPU 4:  61.0C 2865RPM | 458.2K/462.1Kh/s | R:2.9% HW:0 WU: 497.9/m I:18
 GPU 5:  51.0C 2902RPM | 457.9K/462.2Kh/s | R:5.0% HW:0 WU: 469.8/m I:18
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 [07:28:22] Accepted 0316666f Diff 21.2K/1024 GPU 4 at Coinshift
 [07:28:41] Accepted 3ac657e9 Diff 1.11K/1024 GPU 3 at Coinshift
 [07:28:57] Accepted 136579d4 Diff 3.38K/1024 GPU 1 at Coinshift
 [07:29:21] Accepted 252e909b Diff 1.76K/1024 GPU 3 at Coinshift
 [07:30:46] Accepted 0451cf3d Diff 15.2K/1024 GPU 3 at Coinshift
 [07:30:59] Accepted 1a6606db Diff 2.48K/1024 GPU 3 at Coinshift
 [07:31:02] Accepted 1b67253d Diff 2.39K/1024 GPU 4 at Coinshift
 [07:31:02] Accepted 3793b251 Diff 1.18K/1024 GPU 4 at Coinshift
 [07:31:08] Accepted 1b74023b Diff 2.39K/1024 GPU 0 at Coinshift
 [07:31:10] Accepted 16fce4ca Diff 2.85K/1024 GPU 5 at Coinshift
 [07:31:12] Accepted 15f39765 Diff 2.98K/1024 GPU 5 at Coinshift
 [07:31:25] Accepted 254595ba Diff 1.76K/1024 GPU 5 at Coinshift
 [07:31:43] Accepted 01f7101f Diff 33.4K/1024 GPU 4 at Coinshift
 [07:31:47] Accepted 2a1d6620 Diff 1.56K/1024 GPU 0 at Coinshift
 [07:32:15] Accepted 0652f0da Diff 10.4K/1024 GPU 2 at Coinshift
 [07:32:18] Accepted 3b800ef8 Diff 1.1K/1024 GPU 4 at Coinshift
 [07:32:44] Accepted 1579bf53 Diff 3.05K/1024 GPU 2 at Coinshift

Phzi - Pool hashrate as of this moment is 3091.675 Mh/s.  Website is 2301.8 Kh/s with a rejected of 54.8 Kh/s.
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March 27, 2014, 09:07:06 AM
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WU:2723.8/m  WUE:98.3%


Damn!

Thats a good WUE!
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March 27, 2014, 09:17:10 AM
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WU:2723.8/m  WUE:98.3%


Damn!

Thats a good WUE!

We had some luck with that eh?  Grin  If only it was always like that.
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March 27, 2014, 04:06:33 PM
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How much longer are we going to sit with this unexchanged balance?
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March 27, 2014, 06:15:29 PM
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Whatever you are doing now you're doing it wrong profitability is below ltc and has been so for more than 24  hours.
Yep, fair enough. We've been very disappointed with the performance over the last day. We trimmed out some poor performing coins last night and things are much better today. We'll keep you posted.
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March 27, 2014, 06:35:34 PM
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Now BTC / DAY ?






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March 27, 2014, 07:27:22 PM
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How much longer are we going to sit with this unexchanged balance?

The AUR is finally mature so it will exchange today.
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March 27, 2014, 07:40:46 PM
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Now BTC / DAY ?
We're at .00498 right now which is good considering we're above Wafflepool and CleverMining (as of this very moment). I expect we'll get a bit above .005 today.
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March 27, 2014, 08:26:25 PM
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Now BTC / DAY ?
We're at .00498 right now which is good considering we're above Wafflepool and CleverMining (as of this very moment). I expect we'll get a bit above .005 today.

Your reasoning for not mining LTC when below LTC profitability is sound but those others don't have a clue even when they have the power to mine it. I hope you reach enough hash rate soon. I'd like to suggest that you make the preparations to do what others can't, when the time comes.

>> nope
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March 27, 2014, 08:56:51 PM
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Pointed 3.6MH/s your way to see how your pool works out for me.  If it's good over the next 24H, will point the rest of my hash power over.  I like the idea of the pool, it makes sense.

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March 28, 2014, 05:10:14 AM
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What's your address? I'll take a look. If you could post a screenshot of your rig hashrate that would be helpful too.
Website is 2301.8 Kh/s with a rejected of 54.8 Kh/s.

Everything looks OK to me -- perhaps when you checked the site you were on the lower end of the variance. When I checked your hashrate was reported as >2900Kh: http://cl.ly/Uh37

The site currently reports the hashrate as calculated over the last 20 minutes. There is going to be some variance there, which is why you see the graph oscillate between 2300 and 3000. Maybe we need to increase that so it gives you a better picture of your actual hashrate. The problem there is that we don't want it to take a long time for new users to see their hashrate ramp up. There is definitely a way to make it work for both, so we'll work on it.

To double check I calculated your hashrate over the last hour:
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mysql> select 65536*sum(difficulty)/(60*60)/1000000 as mh  from shares where username="1Q697sCKUo1pp3GXGxPbJN6GJPJz97R1LE" and time > date_sub(now(), interval 60 minute);
+--------------------+
| mh                 |
+--------------------+
| 2.7589199644444444 |
+--------------------+
1 row in set (0.35 sec)
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March 28, 2014, 08:15:35 AM
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I send you PM and tried to contact you via twitter:

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Hey.
I used the following address at your pool:
http://coinshift.com/account/1Nb8p8GgzRrj9bZNzx21BGVxSW2BZXLXws/

It's from bitcoin.de my favourite exchange.
Now i would like to use another address from my personal wallet.

I stopped mining at that address, because i got 0.00092154 confimed BTC and 0.00039559 unconfirmed BTC.

I thought it would confirm, so that i reach the minimum payment amount, but nothing happens.

Still the same since more than 24 hours.

Could you please take a look at it?

best regards
Beulemann

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March 28, 2014, 07:08:30 PM
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Hi-
Why is my unexchanged balance going down but my exchange balance is flat lining?   It rings true in the numbers that are also shown on my stats page as well.

http://i.imgur.com/ikoQaBl.jpg
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March 28, 2014, 07:13:21 PM
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Hi-
Why is my unexchanged balance going down but my exchange balance is flat lining?   It rings true in the numbers that are also shown on my stats page as well.



AUR is currently stuck (very slow blocks) and quickly dropping in value at the same time.

1NTLM3PfNgfBdRACPYFyrDJpzqt9QcocVZ
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March 29, 2014, 06:32:10 PM
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So from what i understand it's better to mine LTC than using this pool, right?
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March 29, 2014, 06:55:36 PM
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My payout is not coming  Angry

0.04328193    Sat 29 Mar 2014 18:44    a4020e15b94a2b82c5c0cb8666fd5a8962c0e9d3c3f5e60614f6182e8d025887

Transaction not found !!!!!

My addr : 1QAz5PGav9Qp9n5Yc8bqn6aHhTQDMb8sUS

Thx

EDIT : it's OK ... pending ... thx Smiley

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March 29, 2014, 09:37:49 PM
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https://twitter.com/CoinShift/status/449633979314868224

"We _finally_ exchanged the AUR, but for way less than we expected when we mined it. Felt terrible so we doubled it out of our own pockets."


That is really nice of you guys! I didn't see a post about it here, so thought people should know. Cheesy


Two questions:

1 - Will that come in a separate payment or get rolled into our normal ones? It will be hard to tell either way.

2 - Can we add LTC to the rotation? Since we compare against it as a benchmark it would make sense to incorporate it into the algorithm so that in the event alt coins are doing really bad, we can supplement it with LTC. If the Coinshift algorithm is smart enough it should be able to do this and keep things balanced. Smiley
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