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December 04, 2014, 10:27:54 AM
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We now allow payments in other currency than bitcoin. You can specify any wallet address, of a coin we mine, as the username of the stratum parameter.

To back that, the fee structure has changed a little. Variable fees have been lowered and an additional 1% is added only if you choose BTC payments. Payments in other currencies save that 1%.




Great news, now im switch to LTC payouts Smiley
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December 04, 2014, 11:35:03 AM
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Hi, how many confirmations for Novacoin (NVC) ?
Currently takes a very long time, maybe you could reduce the number of confirmations ?

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i wish i could, but that's for the novacoin devs to decide that.

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December 04, 2014, 12:06:58 PM
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We now allow payments in other currency than bitcoin. You can specify any wallet address, of a coin we mine, as the username of the stratum parameter.

To back that, the fee structure has changed a little. Variable fees have been lowered and an additional 1% is added only if you choose BTC payments. Payments in other currencies save that 1%.




Great news, now im switch to LTC payouts Smiley

Smiley

we havent mined any LTC yet, but no problem, we'll buy some to honor all LTC payouts.

another easy way to do that would also be to choose any currency we mine and provide your bittrex or cryptsy deposit address for that currency.

the idea behind that new feature is to allow you to diversify your holdings and more especially remove a bit of pressure on altcoins price, if that's possible.

also note that all combinations of algos are allowed. so you can mine neoscrypt and get paid in darkcoin for example.

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December 04, 2014, 02:27:52 PM
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Very interesting option!

I just received the first LTC payout Smiley
How often payments are made? BTC was once a day and LTC ?
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December 04, 2014, 03:45:10 PM
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Very interesting option!

I just received the first LTC payout Smiley
How often payments are made? BTC was once a day and LTC ?

There are 2 payments per day. One for balances above 0.001 and another for above 0.005.


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December 05, 2014, 10:45:22 AM
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We now allow payments in other currency than bitcoin. You can specify any wallet address, of a coin we mine, as the username of the stratum parameter.

To back that, the fee structure has changed a little. Variable fees have been lowered and an additional 1% is added only if you choose BTC payments. Payments in other currencies save that 1%.




Great news, now im switch to LTC payouts Smiley

Smiley

we havent mined any LTC yet, but no problem, we'll buy some to honor all LTC payouts.

another easy way to do that would also be to choose any currency we mine and provide your bittrex or cryptsy deposit address for that currency.

the idea behind that new feature is to allow you to diversify your holdings and more especially remove a bit of pressure on altcoins price, if that's possible.

also note that all combinations of algos are allowed. so you can mine neoscrypt and get paid in darkcoin for example.


Please explain how to convert the coin value? For example :
I am mining X11, and got xx Darkcoin, xx UroCoin, xx CannabisCoin, xx Mobcoin ect
Now, IF i want my payout with others altcoin since all algos is allowed, so how to calculate :
If I want Lemurcoin (x11) or
If I want Litecoin (scrypt) or
If I want FTC (neoscrypt)

I see as very complicated here. But if you convert each mining coin to btc (use which exchg rate??) and convert again to payout coin (which exchange rate??), than i think the loss will be more than 1% that we should save from fee.

Enlight me please

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December 05, 2014, 12:38:54 PM
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We now allow payments in other currency than bitcoin. You can specify any wallet address, of a coin we mine, as the username of the stratum parameter.

To back that, the fee structure has changed a little. Variable fees have been lowered and an additional 1% is added only if you choose BTC payments. Payments in other currencies save that 1%.




Great news, now im switch to LTC payouts Smiley

Smiley

we havent mined any LTC yet, but no problem, we'll buy some to honor all LTC payouts.

another easy way to do that would also be to choose any currency we mine and provide your bittrex or cryptsy deposit address for that currency.

the idea behind that new feature is to allow you to diversify your holdings and more especially remove a bit of pressure on altcoins price, if that's possible.

also note that all combinations of algos are allowed. so you can mine neoscrypt and get paid in darkcoin for example.


Please explain how to convert the coin value? For example :
I am mining X11, and got xx Darkcoin, xx UroCoin, xx CannabisCoin, xx Mobcoin ect
Now, IF i want my payout with others altcoin since all algos is allowed, so how to calculate :
If I want Lemurcoin (x11) or
If I want Litecoin (scrypt) or
If I want FTC (neoscrypt)

I see as very complicated here. But if you convert each mining coin to btc (use which exchg rate??) and convert again to payout coin (which exchange rate??), than i think the loss will be more than 1% that we should save from fee.

Enlight me please

that's a direct and simple conversion.

for example, you mine X11 and want to get paid in FTC

FTC amount = DRK amount * DRK price / FTC price + LMR amount * LMR price / FTC price

no exchanges involved

We're not using two different prices for each coin like you may think. You know, one price for buying and another for selling like an exchange. It's the same price with a simple and direct conversion.






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December 08, 2014, 09:49:39 PM
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Yaamp,

Would you guys be able to add in the ability to manually set the diff for a particular miner?

Thanks!
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December 09, 2014, 02:08:30 AM
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Yaamp,

Would you guys be able to add in the ability to manually set the diff for a particular miner?

Thanks!

Hello,

you can do so with the password parameter as in:

-p d=32

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December 09, 2014, 03:54:03 AM
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Yaamp,

Would you guys be able to add in the ability to manually set the diff for a particular miner?

Thanks!

Hello,

you can do so with the password parameter as in:

-p d=32

Thanks! I didn't see it documented anywhere so I wasn't sure if it worked. Thanks for the confirmation!
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December 09, 2014, 03:02:23 PM
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Can anyone help me?

sgminer.exe -k neoscrypt --xintensity 4 --worksize 256 -g 2  -o stratum+tcp://yaamp.com:4233 -u BTC adress -p d=2

Its mining @ 200kh temp 85C but it doesnt send shares  ( R290 )
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December 09, 2014, 06:45:44 PM
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did you guys see digitalcoin hardforked to x11 and sha as well as scrypt? might be profitable while the diff is low.


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December 10, 2014, 10:44:12 PM
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Yaamp,

Please add a new Lyra2RE algorithm.

Thanks!
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December 11, 2014, 06:10:36 AM
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is the scrypt pool merge mining yet?


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December 11, 2014, 12:09:52 PM
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We should be ready for lyra2 for the 16th. We've made some tests on the vertcoin testnet and their cpuminer. All good so far. Im planning some tests in the next few days with at least one GPU miner.

The merged mining on the scrypt pool is still experimental but we have found one DOGE and a few SYS and PTC. Yesterday, i tried to add Huntercoin but found out that it doesnt implement getblocktemplate. So we still have some additional works to do to support all aux coins.



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December 11, 2014, 02:00:41 PM
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There's someone mining with a wrong BTC address for a little while already. Your yaamp wallet page should tell you if it's not valid. Please double check.

http://yaamp.com/?address=1MA7e4a3Uotf7nqf1EKnY8EnJopSzeH8N

https://blockchain.info/address/1MA7e4a3Uotf7nqf1EKnY8EnJopSzeH8N


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December 13, 2014, 11:51:19 PM
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LYRA2 - VERTCOIN

port 4433

This miner seems to work for AMD

    https://github.com/metalicjames/sgminer-Lyra2RE/releases/download/5.0.0-Lyra2RE-RC1/sgminer-v5-Lyra2RE-RC1-WIN32.zip

This cpuminer also works. Use "-p d=0.001" with this cpuminer.

    https://github.com/tpruvot/cpuminer-multi

after a while of trying different things, still no luck with NVIDIA




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December 14, 2014, 11:35:34 AM
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Yaamp,

Please reduce initial difficulty of the Lyra2RE algorithm from 1 to 0.1.

Thanks!
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December 14, 2014, 12:18:41 PM
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Yaamp,

Please reduce initial difficulty of the Lyra2RE algorithm from 1 to 0.1.

Thanks!

you can set the difficulty using the -p param.

we setup a page with accepted difficulty values

http://yaamp.com/site/diff




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December 14, 2014, 11:34:15 PM
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I think ultimately it comes down to the targetting (min/max diff settings), the diff1 mask, and the multiplier required.

Scrypt-N pool settings were using the Scrypt Diff1 Mask. Pool target of 16, Min of 16 and Max of 1024.

Lyra2RE settings we are now using the Quark Diff1 Mask (Scrypt Diff1 mask seems to put LTCMAXMYR's rate at around 6gh/s which is obviously wrong also) and the X11 Diff1 Mask results in too many "share above target" settings. Min of 0.1 and Max of 6.4 (based on the 16 to 1024 ratio).

If Hashlink and others can post their settings, we can maybe iron this out.

I don't know if the difference is because of ccminer and sgminer however, but there is something weird.
I use -p d=0.200 and all good.
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