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Author Topic: [ANN] The First Litecoin PPS Pool (litecoinpool.org)  (Read 224361 times)
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December 19, 2017, 06:21:40 PM
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Hello everybody, complete coin newb here.  I have minerd up and running, it was actually pretty easy to do.  I'm currently running the sha256d and getting @ 5000 khash/s.  When I ran scrypt I was getting @ 5 khash/s.  This is 1 core of an AMD A6-6400K APU.

The sha256 has been running for an hour or so now with no shares.  When I tried the scrypt for 20 minutes or so, I actually got a share and now have a whopping 0.0000000277567232 reward.   My question is:  Should I keep running the sha256 since it's doing more hashes, or should I run scrypt and hope I keep getting shares?

Sha256 on this pool? Don't do that. This pool is for litecoin mining which used scrypt algorithm. You won't earn anything if you try to run sha256 in this pool.

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December 19, 2017, 08:15:54 PM
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that's where the Money had been stolen LXLap2bRLfPv9BA17skAgvkaD2mBzoTHzf - 0.1659043837280256 LTC - 2017-12-17 10:32 UTC

how to get the Money back? is there any arbitration? where to write? about the incident

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December 19, 2017, 08:43:52 PM
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that's where the Money had been stolen LXLap2bRLfPv9BA17skAgvkaD2mBzoTHzf - 0.1659043837280256 LTC - 2017-12-17 10:32 UTC

how to get the Money back? is there any arbitration? where to write? about the incident

HELP ME!!!!

If your account was hacked and the attacker has already withdrawn your balance to his own wallet, I'm afraid it's too late now. The pool cannot get the coins back, because a confirmed Litecoin transaction cannot be reverted. You should be able to get the attacker's IP from the list of recent logins to your account (via "My Account" > "See recent logins"), but there's probably not much that you can do with it.
In my opinion the most important thing to do right now is to establish how exactly you were hacked. Given your previous messages, I presume that the attacker got access to your email account, but how did that happen? I would consider the possibility that your computer got infected, and if I were you I would reinstall everything from scratch and change all passwords.

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December 19, 2017, 10:02:57 PM
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Sha256 on this pool? Don't do that. This pool is for litecoin mining which used scrypt algorithm. You won't earn anything if you try to run sha256 in this pool.
OK, thanks.  I figured I had to be doing something wrong.  I'm in the #litecoinpool IRC channel and some people have GH/s and MH/s, so I'm not going to earn anything with my 3.6 khash/s
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December 19, 2017, 10:48:17 PM
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is anyone else getting slow hashrate on this pool ? my BFGminer shows 290 but im only getting around 250, been like that the last 2-3 days , had a steady 288-290 avareage before that
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December 20, 2017, 08:28:08 AM
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is anyone else getting slow hashrate on this pool ? my BFGminer shows 290 but im only getting around 250, been like that the last 2-3 days , had a steady 288-290 avareage before that

I am facing the same Issue

My Miner is A4+ showing 620M and in the Pool is showing 400M
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December 20, 2017, 10:03:46 AM
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I'll just leave these here as a reminder.
Why doesn't the hash rate reported by the pool match that reported by my miner?
The pool keeps reporting a much lower hash rate than my miner. What's going on?

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December 20, 2017, 02:54:13 PM
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the thing is that the Miner report hash or 620 for the whole day but for a multiple hours it drops to 500 and then it gets back up
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December 20, 2017, 06:54:55 PM
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0,4 rejected
0,5 error
so its dosent make sence
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December 21, 2017, 06:09:16 AM
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It's strange.
2 days that i see that.
I configure an auto payement at 00:05
When i connect to litecoinpool at 23:05 i see on dashboard that my unpaid rewards are 0,155
When i see the payement the next morning i see a payement of 0,1400000
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December 21, 2017, 08:42:24 AM
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It's strange.
2 days that i see that.
I configure an auto payement at 00:05
When i connect to litecoinpool at 23:05 i see on dashboard that my unpaid rewards are 0,155
When i see the payement the next morning i see a payement of 0,1400000

I do not know your username so I'm unable to check your account, but you should make sure that you understand all of the auto-payout settings. If in doubt, write an email to support (include your username).

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December 21, 2017, 05:11:48 PM
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I've been playing around with the 32-bit version for @ 2 days now.  Averaged @3.6 khash/s.  Decided to try the 64-bit version and I'm averaging @12.7 khash/s.  That's quite an impressive gain!  Just figured I'd put this out there in case anybody else now or in the future was curious about 32 vs 64 bit versions.
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December 22, 2017, 11:19:42 AM
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I switched over to another pool for 48 hours just to compare profit etc, have now switched back to this pool, more profitable and works exactly as should do, very happy with it.
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December 23, 2017, 08:27:11 AM
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CSRF verification failed. Please try again

Paymemt problem, please help
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December 23, 2017, 02:01:37 PM
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CSRF verification failed. Please try again

Paymemt problem, please help

Resolved via email. The CSRF error is due to a Cross-Site Request Forgery prevention mechanism, which can have false positives every now and then when submitting forms, but is easily resolved by simply resubmitting the same form. It is unrelated to payments. The "payment problem" mentioned above was that the user had just changed payout address, but didn't notice the warning stating that this would suspend all payouts for 24 hours.

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December 26, 2017, 05:34:21 PM
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There are some monster rigs it looks like mining. I'm curious what hardware they are using? Would any of the big rigs mind sharing their hardware?

Thanks!

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December 26, 2017, 06:06:31 PM
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There are some monster rigs it looks like mining. I'm curious what hardware they are using? Would any of the big rigs mind sharing their hardware?

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Troy

https://giga-watt.com/

They are currently sitting in the #3 spot I see.  Their facebook page has some additional construction photos of their mining pods/buildings.  Pretty cool stuff

https://www.facebook.com/gigawattcom/

I suspect that the top 2 listed on the stats page are renting hash power from somewhere else like NiceHash because I think they showed up around the time NiceHash came back online.  But, that's purely speculation only.
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December 26, 2017, 06:50:32 PM
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There are some monster rigs it looks like mining. I'm curious what hardware they are using? Would any of the big rigs mind sharing their hardware?

Thanks!

Troy

https://giga-watt.com/

They are currently sitting in the #3 spot I see.  Their facebook page has some additional construction photos of their mining pods/buildings.  Pretty cool stuff

https://www.facebook.com/gigawattcom/

I suspect that the top 2 listed on the stats page are renting hash power from somewhere else like NiceHash because I think they showed up around the time NiceHash came back online.  But, that's purely speculation only.

There are too much anonymous from nicehash. Do you think all of them are coming form nicehash? This large amount of hashrate is making the difficulty sky rocket. I think the difficulty increased quite a lot after nicehash was put down.

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December 26, 2017, 11:47:49 PM
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>> There are some monster rigs it looks like mining. I'm curious what hardware they are using? Would any of the big rigs mind sharing their hardware?

Yeah #1 is using almost 4% of the total LTC hashing power, that's monstrous. It is the equivalent of ca 8000 L3+'s !

>> This large amount of hashrate is making the difficulty sky rocket. I think the difficulty increased quite a lot after nicehash was put down

The current global LTC hashrate sits at ca 100Th/s and has been stable for the last 2 weeks, but jumped by more than 100% compared to earlier. I thought not before March there is a next batch of L3+'s hitting the market??
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December 27, 2017, 05:34:44 AM
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Hi all, I'm pretty new to the LTC mining world. I purchased a moonlander 2 usb miner that gives me about 4.5M/s. It sucks but it turns a small profit. I'm looking to buy an L3+ but I also don't want to wait until March to get it. Are there any sites that you have purchased from other than bitmain? I stumbled upon cryptohardwareshop.net and was immediately skeptical of their much lower prices and only accepting BTC and ethereum. I contacted their supposed payment dept about paying with credit cards and they said they disabled them a couple months ago. A scam tracker website noted that the domain has only been registered for a few weeks at most so this seems bogus. Has anyone purchased gear from here?

I would also welcome feedback as to whether or not it would be worth it to buy a couple more moonlander 2's even though they are very slow.
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