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June 16, 2015, 01:03:49 PM
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I made a small Android widget to monitor my workers and balances. You can have different widgets for each individual algo. It does a basic graph, shows profitability  for the select algo etc.


Feel free to check it out:


https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.inductiveconcepts.yaampwidget

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June 16, 2015, 05:36:48 PM
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I made a small Android widget to monitor my workers and balances. You can have different widgets for each individual algo. It does a basic graph, shows profitability  for the select algo etc.


Feel free to check it out:
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.inductiveconcepts.yaampwidget




Installed the widget, looks very good (Using the 2x1 size widget on SGN4, Android 5.0.1).

Tapping once on the widget brings up graphs, but the current hashrate defaults to X11, and is currently not selectable / point-able to one's currently mined algo.
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June 16, 2015, 05:44:03 PM
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I believe the X11 default is due to the way yaamp.com defaults it's display. X11 is the default across the site the first time you arrive

Anyone know what is up with the lyra2 pool? There seems to be a lot of hashing going on, but no earnings...
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June 16, 2015, 11:22:14 PM
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Installed the widget, looks very good (Using the 2x1 size widget on SGN4, Android 5.0.1).

Tapping once on the widget brings up graphs, but the current hashrate defaults to X11, and is currently not selectable / point-able to one's currently mined algo.


Hi Kieth!
It should be a drop down box that lets you select the algo.
Fixed in the new version, should be able on Google Play shortly.
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June 17, 2015, 01:00:45 PM
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I believe the X11 default is due to the way yaamp.com defaults it's display. X11 is the default across the site the first time you arrive

Anyone know what is up with the lyra2 pool? There seems to be a lot of hashing going on, but no earnings...

It seems that no coins have been found for this algo since a while.  I don't know if this could be considered normal for the combined hashrate on Yaamp vs the total hashrate of the VTC network.  So that might be due to simple (bad) luck.  Or maybe there is something wrong with the pool setup.  ("Bad luck" that lasts too long often indicates that there is an underlying issue.)

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June 17, 2015, 01:02:24 PM
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Pool is down ? site does not work.
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June 17, 2015, 03:38:06 PM
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Pool is down ? site does not work.

The pool/site appear to have gone down sometime in the last 12 hours.
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June 17, 2015, 10:10:52 PM
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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.


Yes, I know that. The page I pointed to lists the algo normalization factors so you can compare the profitability
among all the aglos.

Now if only the pool would come back up.

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June 17, 2015, 11:19:57 PM
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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.


Yes, I know that. The page I pointed to lists the algo normalization factors so you can compare the profitability
among all the aglos.

Now if only the pool would come back up.

Does anybody know if there are stats that list which 'coin' is more profitable and is there anything similar to MinerControl that would switch my rig to mine that way?

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June 18, 2015, 05:52:38 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.


Yes, I know that. The page I pointed to lists the algo normalization factors so you can compare the profitability
among all the aglos.

Now if only the pool would come back up.

For now I am mining Vertcoins at "give-me-coins.com.com" and using Cryptsy to convert to bitcoins. I know they have both had issues with security in the past. But until yaamp.com comes back online, it seems to be the best alternative and I have enabled two-factor authentication on both sites.

What is everyone else doing?
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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.


Yes, I know that. The page I pointed to lists the algo normalization factors so you can compare the profitability
among all the aglos.

Now if only the pool would come back up.

For now I am mining Vertcoins at "give-me-coins.com.com" and using Cryptsy to convert to bitcoins. I know they have both had issues with security in the past. But until yaamp.com comes back online, it seems to be the best alternative and I have enabled two-factor authentication on both sites.

What is everyone else doing?

all in with nicehash / westhash ...

we like yaamp - alot ... but the instability is a major factor in our decision to move entirely over to nicehash with the mining - and our donation links for the devs ...

at least until yaamp can come back up with some stability ... then we will use both ...

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June 18, 2015, 12:47:15 PM
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Pool is down ? site does not work.

The pool/site appear to have gone down sometime in the last 12 hours.

24 hours - and still no news.  Sad

I hope nothing bad has happened to the pool / the operator.
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June 18, 2015, 01:58:27 PM
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Pool is down ? site does not work.

The pool/site appear to have gone down sometime in the last 12 hours.

24 hours - and still no news.  Sad

I hope nothing bad has happened to the pool / the operator.

Me too...I have a small amount of rented hash but can't access it.

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June 18, 2015, 04:20:53 PM
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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.


Yes, I know that. The page I pointed to lists the algo normalization factors so you can compare the profitability
among all the aglos.

Now if only the pool would come back up.

For now I am mining Vertcoins at "give-me-coins.com.com" and using Cryptsy to convert to bitcoins. I know they have both had issues with security in the past. But until yaamp.com comes back online, it seems to be the best alternative and I have enabled two-factor authentication on both sites.

What is everyone else doing?

all in with nicehash / westhash ...

we like yaamp - alot ... but the instability is a major factor in our decision to move entirely over to nicehash with the mining - and our donation links for the devs ...

at least until yaamp can come back up with some stability ... then we will use both ...

#crysx

Thank you for the links! I have moved to NiceHash/WestHash for now. Their site is pretty slick and they allow anonymous mining. Unfortunately, their stats page is not quite as mobile friendly as yaamp's.

Yaamp will go down in history as my favorite. But I am beginning to fear the worst  Cry
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Oh YAAMP..where are you?

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June 20, 2015, 03:07:48 AM
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Oh YAAMP..where are you?

probably having a hard time at the moment mate ...

if there was something we could do - we would ...

but so far - they have not reached out ( here or via pm ) to us or anyone we know in the community ...

so chances are the owners of yaamp are doing what they can behind the scenes ...

who knows ...

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June 21, 2015, 07:13:16 AM
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I dont have the time to take care of the pool security anymore. The site is constantly harassed from all sides and i dont have the necessary expertise to handle it. Worrying all the time about intrusion and hackers is not fun. So the pool is closed until... i dont know. Maybe it's' time to move on to other projects.

I thought to hire the mintpal security advisor to help, but i was told it's just not a good idea.

Thanks to all miners and renters that kept the pool alive all that time.

Renters with a balance can PM me with deposit address, password and a return BTC address to get their fund back.


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I dont have the time to take care of the pool security anymore. The site is constantly harassed from all sides and i dont have the necessary expertise to handle it. Worrying all the time about intrusion and hackers is not fun. So the pool is closed until... i dont know. Maybe it's' time to move on to other projects.

I thought to hire the mintpal security advisor to help, but i was told it's just not a good idea.

Thanks to all miners and renters that kept the pool alive all that time.

Renters with a balance can PM me with deposit address, password and a return BTC address to get their fund back.


<<OH NO>>>Distraught over this news. I have sent you a PM /w details. I wish you would reconsider this decision. I'm not sure there is another pool such as yours /w the extensive array of coinage to choose from and transfer hashpower to. I understand what a difficult moment this must be for you, yet I can also sympathize in knowing how the passion may no longer exist for the endless hours needed in such an operation.

I wish you well and luck in any future role you may play in the CryptoWorld.

Sincerly and with respect,

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June 21, 2015, 09:21:49 AM
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Sad to see you go Mr. Yaamp but all good things come to an end unfortunately.

I've now pointed my little nvidia 750Ti rigs at http://www.simplemulti.com, still mining lyra2 mostly.

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June 21, 2015, 12:12:01 PM
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I dont have the time to take care of the pool security anymore. The site is constantly harassed from all sides and i dont have the necessary expertise to handle it. Worrying all the time about intrusion and hackers is not fun. So the pool is closed until... i dont know. Maybe it's' time to move on to other projects.

I thought to hire the mintpal security advisor to help, but i was told it's just not a good idea.

Thanks to all miners and renters that kept the pool alive all that time.

Renters with a balance can PM me with deposit address, password and a return BTC address to get their fund back.


hi yaamp,
i'm a fellow miner of your multipool and it's so sad to see you go...  Sad
as a system administrator i could help you hardening the server, just pm me if you're interested.
if not, would you sell/share the pool code?

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