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June 05, 2015, 03:03:17 PM
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Hey...not sure when it started but is anyone else having connection issues? I'm getting the, not so good, 'stratum_recv_line failed' error and need to find out if it's on my end or there's.
  Thank you

My miners have been down for a bit due to constant cycling through "stratum_recv_line failed" as well. It's not just you.

Thanks for the response...

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June 05, 2015, 06:06:12 PM
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where have you been guys ?
it is Sharkcoin, soon a month of that, not plainly P&D, it's elaborate

Yup, looks like it. I haven't found any other Quark coin that could explain these prices.
So YAAMP, how about adding Sharkcoin to the pool? Although exchanging it might be tricky. Seems it can only be exchanged on one Chinese exchange...

if yaamp installs SAK they will probably experience another severe attack

Maybe stupid question: why would adding a coin make people want to attack a pool?
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June 07, 2015, 12:00:29 PM
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Awww CRAP...I just saw that PKB isn't listed anymore. I wonder if I'll get paid for any of it?


Can somebody walk me thru the setup for rental hashpower? I have .01BTC deposited and wish to mine nothing but x11. I'm not understanding how to fill out the form. The site doesn't say how many Mh or Gh you get and what price, etc. Could use some help here please.

Thank You for any assistance

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June 08, 2015, 12:10:55 PM
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Awww CRAP...I just saw that PKB isn't listed anymore. I wonder if I'll get paid for any of it?


Can somebody walk me thru the setup for rental hashpower? I have .01BTC deposited and wish to mine nothing but x11, on yaamp. I'm not understanding how to fill out the form. The site doesn't say how many Mh or Gh you get and what price, etc. Could use some help here please.

Thank You for any assistance


sorry about that, we'll buy some and send you payment.

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June 08, 2015, 01:25:14 PM
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Awww CRAP...I just saw that PKB isn't listed anymore. I wonder if I'll get paid for any of it?


Can somebody walk me thru the setup for rental hashpower? The site doesn't say how many Mh or Gh you get and what price, etc. Could use some help here please.

Thank You for any assistance


sorry about that, we'll buy some and send you payment.

Thank You, I had 5.97619039 PKB. Can You help with the second part concerning hashpower? Explain how the setup works.

Also, just wondering, pay-out explanation states on Sundays it pays for 0.0001. Does that not apply for a BTC payment? I've had a little sitting there for quite some time. Hashing more now just to get the number up. Explain how that works also please.

   I know....noob stuff. Sorry.

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June 08, 2015, 02:46:40 PM
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Can You help with the second part concerning hashpower? Explain how the setup works.


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TU...I think I get it...just wanted to try it out...might do more if I like it.

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June 09, 2015, 10:26:19 PM
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Great pool. I was looking for an alternative to my other no-registration Lyra2RE pool and instead found a replacement. Really nice graphs and charts. Could you adjust the minimum Bitcoin payout to be 0.0100 or 0.1000 in order to limit the number of "micro" deposits into our wallets? I have found that my fees when sending bitcoins are really high because I have many 0.0010 deposits from mining pools Smiley

How do we set a default pool to be selected when we go to our wallet page? I am referring to the purple line. It always seems to be set for X11 when I go to that page and I have to choose the one I am actually mining:
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where have you been guys ?
it is Sharkcoin, soon a month of that, not plainly P&D, it's elaborate

Yup, looks like it. I haven't found any other Quark coin that could explain these prices.
So YAAMP, how about adding Sharkcoin to the pool? Although exchanging it might be tricky. Seems it can only be exchanged on one Chinese exchange...

if yaamp installs SAK they will probably experience another severe attack

Maybe stupid question: why would adding a coin make people want to attack a pool?

it was some kind of mining pool wars.. russians vs chinese
SAK was very profitable, and they fought for the blocks. They Ddos´ed each other like crazy

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where have you been guys ?
it is Sharkcoin, soon a month of that, not plainly P&D, it's elaborate

Yup, looks like it. I haven't found any other Quark coin that could explain these prices.
So YAAMP, how about adding Sharkcoin to the pool? Although exchanging it might be tricky. Seems it can only be exchanged on one Chinese exchange...

if yaamp installs SAK they will probably experience another severe attack

Maybe stupid question: why would adding a coin make people want to attack a pool?

it was some kind of mining pool wars.. russians vs chinese
SAK was very profitable, and they fought for the blocks. They Ddos´ed each other like crazy

Yelp, Yamp probably does not want get involved in mining and selling down to many cryptos.
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To yaamp:

What's up with SAK? I was mining quark when SAK went live and got a share of the first block (1773850)
but then it just vanished from my earnings. The pool shows the block as matured. Where did my share go?

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To yaamp:

What's up with SAK? I was mining quark when SAK went live and got a share of the first block (1773850)
but then it just vanished from my earnings. The pool shows the block as matured. Where did my share go?


If we mine SAK, will we get DDoSed?
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June 13, 2015, 04:25:12 PM
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I mined in the Lrya2 algorithm for 6hr on your pool and was payed out nothing.
What gives?

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June 14, 2015, 04:10:58 PM
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Yaamp tries to pick the most profitable coin per algo, points miners there, then auto-exchanges to BTC.  Sounds great.

But how profitable is each algo at the time vs ... mining basic LTC for exchange, or, just mining BTC?

About a year ago, another algo mining exchanger site,  Wafflepool, went down for the count. That site had a running profitability comparison showing estimated value add for this or that algo vs LTC or BTC.  I'm sure it was not so accurate, but it could give miners a sense that ... X11 might be better today, or Scrypt-N, etc.

I'd like to see a profitability percentage vs LTC or BTC added in a column beside supported algo's on Yaamp.  It's helpful to know the more profitable algo both for setting up one's rig's, and also for watching the exchanges and / or rig rentals scene. .
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Yaamp tries to pick the most profitable coin per algo, points miners there, then auto-exchanges to BTC.  Sounds great.

But how profitable is each algo at the time vs ... mining basic LTC for exchange, or, just mining BTC?

About a year ago, another algo mining exchanger site,  Wafflepool, went down for the count. That site had a running profitability comparison showing estimated value add for this or that algo vs LTC or BTC.  I'm sure it was not so accurate, but it could give miners a sense that ... X11 might be better today, or Scrypt-N, etc.

I'd like to see a profitability percentage vs LTC or BTC added in a column beside supported algo's on Yaamp.  It's helpful to know the more profitable algo both for setting up one's rig's, and also for watching the exchanges and / or rig rentals scene. .

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June 15, 2015, 04:58:18 AM
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Is the API JSON response supposed to show the hashrates as well? It is only showing balances for me  Huh


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June 15, 2015, 06:20:50 AM
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Thanks, Joblo, but my goal wasn't to setup my rig to auto-switch algo's, rather to know which was more profitable for reference.



most profitable algo is individual for every miner,
you have password options to adjust profitability estimates.
and this has nothing to do with btc or ltc since those being mined with asics

Thanks, Unklo.  I understand profitability varies drastically based on mining hardware, and upon settings.
Comparing the efficiency between ASIC's and GPU is not the purpose.

The relative profitability percentage uses BTC only as a common payment medium, and LTC as a base with which to index altcoin algo's on a GPU vs mining LTC on the same given GPU. Each altcoin algo's running profitability can be indexed for relative profitability by pairing the coin vs LTC on a common exchange site (Cryptsy, etc), deducting assumed fees and exchange losses, and sorting the resulting BTC payout yields.  One practical purpose might be to decide what algo to base new or re-purposed rigs upon.
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June 15, 2015, 04:14:37 PM
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Did Vertcoins stop paying out? Or is the Lyra2 pool not reporting correctly? The last payout I received was 3 days ago, but my income chart has flatlined since then, even though my miners are reporting plenty of Lyra2 share submissions.

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Hi Yaamp. All HedgeCoins disappeared (~ 0.002 Btc)  Huh
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Could use some help...D/Led hedge coin code for wallet,  but can't seem to compile. I need some help with a winQt. Have all needed MinGW + any MsWin needed. Step by step....how the heck do I get a working wallet outa this. Im messing up somewhere. Any help....I wanna mine but need a wallet addy?  Mining not good without.

Thanks much  Cool

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June 16, 2015, 01:57:25 AM
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Could use some help...D/Led hedge code for wallet,  but can't seem to compile. I need some help with a winQt. Have all needed MinGW + any MsWin needed. Step by step....how the heck do I get a working wallet outa this. Im messing up somewhere. Any help....I wanna mine but need a wallet addy?  Mining not good without.

Thanks much  Cool

there is an easy way - if the coin is on an exchange ...

go to the exchange - setup a profile - get a wallet address - start mining to that wallet address ...

that way - you can start mining until you fix the issue that you have compiling the wallet ...

or find another compiled wallet that you can use elsewhere ...

then when you have fixed that issue - transfer the coin ...

that is - IF there is an exchange that has the coin ...

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