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Author Topic: [POOL] YAAMP.COM multipool multialgo profit switch with exchange  (Read 159485 times)
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May 09, 2015, 04:08:00 PM
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Simply check the Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/YAAMP1.
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May 09, 2015, 04:10:11 PM
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thanks guys.
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May 09, 2015, 04:12:56 PM
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Hope they will fix all those recent problems...
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May 09, 2015, 07:00:20 PM
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mining is also affected right?, I am getting a lot of errors, and no shares sent in any of my miners.

BTC addr: 1vTGnFgaM2WJjswwmbj6N2AQBWcHfimSc
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May 09, 2015, 07:01:59 PM
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It is better to use a backup pool for the time being.
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May 10, 2015, 09:37:19 AM
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X13 stats are wrong:
- 24H actual: 0.3094
- current estimate: 0.3639
- 24h estimate: 9.7759

Since 24H estimate is the default value for MinerControl, my gaming rig (6.5MH) switched there for 6 hours. It made 0.0004BTC. WTF YAAMP?!?
The value is obviously false. Switching to current value and mining by average just for you...
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May 10, 2015, 12:08:27 PM
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hello, please restart your server.
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May 10, 2015, 04:10:33 PM
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OK, this is getting ridiculous : your API 'estimates' I'll make 6.2BTC per day with a single GTX 970 mining Quark.
Sorry YAAMP, but I have to remove you from the rotation...
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May 10, 2015, 08:34:43 PM
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Hi Yaamp, please add Orbitcoin to NeoScrypt  pool.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=586674.0
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May 10, 2015, 09:11:50 PM
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OK, this is getting ridiculous : your API 'estimates' I'll make 6.2BTC per day with a single GTX 970 mining Quark.
Sorry YAAMP, but I have to remove you from the rotation...

can you recommend some other pool? im not satisfied with this one aswell.
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May 10, 2015, 10:49:12 PM
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OK, this is getting ridiculous : your API 'estimates' I'll make 6.2BTC per day with a single GTX 970 mining Quark.
Sorry YAAMP, but I have to remove you from the rotation...

can you recommend some other pool? im not satisfied with this one aswell.

Nicehash/Westhash?
Bonus point: it rents your hashrate to users who pay in BTC. So you don't hurt coins like YAAMP does.
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May 11, 2015, 05:44:47 AM
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multipool mine altcoins and you can get the payout in btc if you want.
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May 11, 2015, 10:45:45 AM
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OK, this is getting ridiculous : your API 'estimates' I'll make 6.2BTC per day with a single GTX 970 mining Quark.
Sorry YAAMP, but I have to remove you from the rotation...

can you recommend some other pool? im not satisfied with this one aswell.

Nicehash/Westhash?
Bonus point: it rents your hashrate to users who pay in BTC. So you don't hurt coins like YAAMP does.

The rented hashrate is also used to mine coins, so I think the effect is the same.
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May 11, 2015, 09:41:58 PM
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OK, this is getting ridiculous : your API 'estimates' I'll make 6.2BTC per day with a single GTX 970 mining Quark.
Sorry YAAMP, but I have to remove you from the rotation...

can you recommend some other pool? im not satisfied with this one aswell.

Nicehash/Westhash?
Bonus point: it rents your hashrate to users who pay in BTC. So you don't hurt coins like YAAMP does.

The rented hashrate is also used to mine coins, so I think the effect is the same.

Sure, but YAAMP sells them immediately, which effectively lowers the coins value.
On Nicehash, you can hope people who buy your hashrate to have done their homework and chosen a coin because they believe in it and want to hold on to it.
Of course, I've seen people buying hashrate on NH and pointing it at YAAMP, even when profits on YAAMP are lower than the hashrate cost. But what are you gonna do? You have to let Darwin do his job...

If you want a more direct approach, you can also have a look at miningrigrentals. You put your rig for rent at a price of your choosing, and set a fallback pool for when your rig isn't rented. It can be more profitable than nicehash, but be careful with your prices: if you ask for less that NH pays, people will rent your rig and point it there. Sneaky bastards :-D
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May 12, 2015, 08:13:56 PM
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This pool is starting to be down more then it is up now. Is this pool about to go under?

FTC  6nvzqqaCEizThvgMeC86MGzhAxGzKEtNH8 |WDC WckDxipCes2eBmxrUYEhrUfNNRZexKuYjR  |BQC bSDm3XvauqWWnqrxfimw5wdHVDQDp2U8XU
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May 12, 2015, 09:04:28 PM
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This pool is starting to be down more then it is up now. Is this pool about to go under?

I can second that I've been getting frequent disconnects from the service for the last week or two. What's worse is that it actually crashes my mining executable, so the batch file will never pick back up until the error screen is cleared by human intervention. Leads me to long downtimes, which have me considering alternatives. This pool has been good to me though, so I'm trying to be patient.
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May 13, 2015, 07:12:01 AM
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This pool is starting to be down more then it is up now. Is this pool about to go under?

I can second that I've been getting frequent disconnects from the service for the last week or two. What's worse is that it actually crashes my mining executable, so the batch file will never pick back up until the error screen is cleared by human intervention. Leads me to long downtimes, which have me considering alternatives. This pool has been good to me though, so I'm trying to be patient.

WareWolf, GoldBit89, +3
Up until the past few weeks I've been very content with YAAMP since moving across.
Hopefully only a temporary issue...
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May 13, 2015, 07:18:16 AM
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There are some nagging that yaamp hurting the coins by dumping, so just for your information - there is the possibility on yaamp to get payed in any coin that is mined. So I would see it more as; it is the miners that are hurting the coins rather that yaamp that is just providing a service, and it is the miners choice to get payed in BTC or any other algo. (ha, this might create a discussion - but this is just my opinion and not any scientific fact)

But off course I hope that yaamp can fix the connectivity issues with the service. This have been an issue for all of us.
As for me yaamp has been very good to me too, since I fount yaamp and that was very early, I have had better profit then maiming somewhere else.

One of the issues here is also that the information to the miners regarding profit is very detailed and pretty close to real time, which in turn is creating problem when people don't understand how to read the values. Someone got too much estimation on mining quark and get nervous and gets out.

I like the details in the information that yaamp is providing and I have seen similar issues with other pools that done the same, always complains about the payments due to that the estimates are just estimates and not the final figures.

Maybe it would be better to reduce the amount of details in the estimation and just show the real average. This maybe would make people less jumpy and also reduce the load on the servers and maybe solving some issues with connectivity? (this is a question to you that are mining with yaamp ;-))

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May 13, 2015, 08:04:44 AM
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Hi Yaamp, please add Orbitcoin to NeoScrypt  pool.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=586674.0
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May 13, 2015, 08:29:52 AM
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There are some nagging that yaamp hurting the coins by dumping, so just for your information - there is the possibility on yaamp to get payed in any coin that is mined. So I would see it more as; it is the miners that are hurting the coins rather that yaamp that is just providing a service, and it is the miners choice to get payed in BTC or any other algo. (ha, this might create a discussion - but this is just my opinion and not any scientific fact)

Very interesting, is it a new feature? Or have I just missed it before? This could be a great way to support a coin, constantly buying it with other altcoins.
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