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Author Topic: [ANN][POOL][PROFIT-SHIFT] Coinshift.com, the first profit-shifting multipool  (Read 28422 times)
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March 30, 2014, 02:40:48 AM
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There aren't enough uptodate scrypt coins on the switcher. Please add a link to this thread on your "about" page. Consider going with a fee of 1.5% instead to give your pool some kind of incentive to mine there. At the moment coinshift is doing substantially worse than clevermining.

Also show the profitability calculations of how coins are being selected. eg. Something like coin profitability vs LTC like your example under "about".
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March 30, 2014, 03:42:36 AM
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There aren't enough uptodate scrypt coins on the switcher. Please add a link to this thread on your "about" page. Consider going with a fee of 1.5% instead to give your pool some kind of incentive to mine there. At the moment coinshift is doing substantially worse than clevermining.

Also show the profitability calculations of how coins are being selected. eg. Something like coin profitability vs LTC like your example under "about".

Clevermining reporting .00461 BTC/mh/day on thier website at this very moment.
CoinShift reporting .00496 BTC/mh/day.

I don't see how that means "substantially worse". If anything they are the two closest matched profitability wise and it really comes down to luck and hashrate and personal preference between the two. I see no reason for your argument.

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March 30, 2014, 03:48:30 PM
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I don't know why there are so many complainers about this pool. I, for one, will be pointing my hashrates at CoinShift for the forseeable future. The feature that does it for me is the lower daily minimum payout. Every other pool I looked at has a 0.01 BTC minimum for a daily payout. CoinShift is set at 0.001 BTC. I'm not the kind of person who's got a warehouse somewhere with a massive number of mining rigs. I'm just hobby-mining with my gaming rig. 300 kh/s is not enough to get 0.01 BTC in 24h, especially if I use it for gaming instead. But it IS enough to get 0.001 (just a little bit more than that, actually) every day.

I literally signed up to this forum for this one post. I was tired of seeing everyone complaining about not enough btc/mh/24h. Fuck, try doing it with 1/3 of a MH! Quit bitchin', you're all getting paid to do close to (but not quite) nothing! This pool is about saving the coins, if I read the Mission Statement right, and not about being the most profitable, though they're trying (and managing) to keep up with the rest of them.

If Pool X or Pool Y is so much better than this one, go hang out on THEIR forum page. Stop giving bad reviews that wrongly influence people away from CoinShift.

Oh, and @Coinshift, whoever you are, you can rest assured that your pool's total hashrate will never drop below 300kh/s. It's not much, but I'm not going anywhere Smiley Except for a couple of my smaller hashrate miners, just to fill the minimum at the other pools I tried.

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March 31, 2014, 02:28:03 AM
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Hi  Coinshift- 

I have not received a payout in a couple days.  I just want my remaining balance as I have stopped mining.   I've emailed you but have received no reply.

Please send me my balance so I can combine it with the BTC I already have and cash in.

http://coinshift.com/account/1AxpUz56WxDwfnQCZLQLbCYrdnuXxSuzdD/

Thanks,
Clocker
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March 31, 2014, 05:45:57 PM
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I see a payment on my stats page with this transaction ID from earlier today:
b2026de0976e8512841b51cb512ad22ff1350065af49855eca686208a33683a0

But my wallet, Blockchain.info, and other explorers like Blockr.io and Bitcoinchain are not seeing this transaction on the chain.

Examples:
https://blockchain.info/tx/b2026de0976e8512841b51cb512ad22ff1350065af49855eca686208a33683a0
http://bitcoinchain.com/block_explorer/search?search=b2026de0976e8512841b51cb512ad22ff1350065af49855eca686208a33683a0

Usually if the issue is just with Blockchain.info, the other block explorers show the transaction, but in this case, none of the explorers show that transaction.

Is there an issue with your bitcoind instance or payment system?


UPDATE: Nevermind... the transaction finally hit the blockchain and has 2 confirmations, but it took a long long time to get there. 

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April 01, 2014, 03:29:55 AM
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Well, I hope switching hash this way will help the market as a whole, because profitability sucks balls no matter which of the switch-pools I mine at.    Undecided
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April 01, 2014, 06:26:29 AM
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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
Thanks for relaying that. It was a huge bummer -- fortunately AUR has hit their hard-fork which halves the block time (and maturity time) in addition to adding a better difficulty adjustment algorithm. Hopefully we'll see that coin get much healthier over the next couple of weeks and we can re-enable it.


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
It was rolled in to your normal one -- if you mined some of the AUR you should have seen a sharp jump in your balance.
LTC is in the rotation, but only if we hit a certain hashrate threshold. The problem we have with LTC is that our hashrate isn't quite high enough to mine it without luck being a significant factor. We had a period of bad luck while mining LTC that dropped our BTC/MH below the LTC line, which drops our hashrate even more and the problem compounds! However, things have definitely stabilized recently and our hashrate is doing pretty well.
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April 01, 2014, 06:44:33 AM
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Hi  Coinshift-  

I have not received a payout in a couple days.  I just want my remaining balance as I have stopped mining.   I've emailed you but have received no reply.

Please send me my balance so I can combine it with the BTC I already have and cash in.

http://coinshift.com/account/1AxpUz56WxDwfnQCZLQLbCYrdnuXxSuzdD/

Thanks,
Clocker

Hi Clocker -- your remaining balance has been sent, thanks for mining with us.
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April 01, 2014, 06:51:34 AM
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Adding two more coins tomorrow, let us know if you have suggestions!

Keep in mind that they must be traded on an exchange with a trade API and have a fair amount of volume in BTC.
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April 01, 2014, 07:06:12 PM
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Couple questions:

Is there something wrong with the website? Some of the graphs on the stats page (both pool and personal) are not loading, and the page itself never finishes loading...

[EDIT] Never mind. A restart of my laptop fixed that particular issue...but not the other one...

And, if not, is there some other reason the graph (and my wallet) shows no payout today?

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April 01, 2014, 09:46:30 PM
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^ yeah no pay out today or its extremely delayed?
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April 01, 2014, 09:52:09 PM
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@CoinShift

I have a suggestion:

I'm not sure how difficult this might be to implement, but there's something I noticed when I switched on debug mode for my miners today. Keep in mind that I run each miner instance (minerd, cudaminer) as a different worker id, and each computer as well. Every miner, when it connects for the first time, gets a diff of 256, and then adjusts diff to the miner after a share (or a few?) are submitted. With some of my workers, it takes a long time for that to happen at 256. Yes, I know I could always combine them into one worker id, but then it would be more difficult to track each thread's performance, and nearly impossible to identify at-a-glance which one is not mining; this helps keep downtime to a minimum.

What I'm wondering, is it possible for the pool server to 'remember' the last known diff value for each miner? Or, perhaps implement the d=x schema I've seen at other pools?

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April 01, 2014, 10:00:44 PM
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Just got my payout! I guess somebody was late to work today?

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April 01, 2014, 10:17:39 PM
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Just got my payout! I guess somebody was late to work today?

You need to relax about your payouts. lol
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April 01, 2014, 10:35:51 PM
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Just got my payout! I guess somebody was late to work today?

You need to relax about your payouts. lol

And you need to relax about your bossiness? Roll Eyes

It's not like I've been here for months, bitching each day if it's even a second late. I mentioned it once. Well, twice, when I got it...And I wasn't the only one.

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April 01, 2014, 10:44:43 PM
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Just got my payout! I guess somebody was late to work today?

You need to relax about your payouts. lol

And you need to relax about your bossiness? Roll Eyes

It's not like I've been here for months, bitching each day if it's even a second late. I mentioned it once. Well, twice, when I got it...And I wasn't the only one.

I was joking mate...
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April 01, 2014, 10:48:57 PM
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I was joking mate...

Well, either that was a very subtle joke, or I just didn't get it...

Perhaps, this is another example of missing <sarcasm></sarcasm> tags? This is text. Tone-of-voice doesn't translate that well...

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April 02, 2014, 04:55:06 AM
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Just got my payout! I guess somebody was late to work today?

You need to relax about your payouts. lol

And you need to relax about your bossiness? Roll Eyes

It's not like I've been here for months, bitching each day if it's even a second late. I mentioned it once. Well, twice, when I got it...And I wasn't the only one.

Eventually everyone turns into a bitchy boy
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April 02, 2014, 01:01:08 PM
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Eventually everyone turns into a bitchy boy

It isn't eventually yet. I've made a grand total of four (now five) posts. I've been a member for only three days. I know everyone likes to pick on the new guy, but feel free to move on to the next suck--I mean, target...

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April 04, 2014, 04:39:33 AM
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something happened earlier today where my hashrate was cut in half, it appears its only showing my one card and cpu miner hashrate not the second card.  My address is 1YQh5CQWz9eEtVCLxcTHmjqNqrdtTYxZU  Please let me know whats going on.
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