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Author Topic: [ANN] The First Litecoin PPS Pool (litecoinpool.org)  (Read 216366 times)
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February 12, 2018, 12:44:19 AM
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clearly litecoinpool is a good one, stable and not a single issue so far.
In this ocean of scams I think it’s important to support good and honest project and share our impression with the community.

Very Well Said Gigi ; Been on this pool for 8 months or so now and until recently i didn't realize how fair and solid this one was
checking other pools only to connect my A4+ miners, since they won't connect to very many pools
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back to the chat - Litecoinpool.org is without question the best pool anywhere for LTC , wish you guys may consider starting other coin pools
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February 12, 2018, 04:38:42 PM
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Im new at mining and i got revards as in picture. What does it mean? it doesnt count on my mining balance. I searched about that but nothing find usefull.


These are the cumulative rewards per worker (you have 5 workers) and the sum of this should appear under rewards summary (sum of paid/unpaid balance, but with these small rewards you have nothing paid). Since the numbers are so small, it means that whatever you use to mine has very little hashing power, maybe you are using a PC's CPU? Look at the speed on the left side of the same rows. Anything that is not at least some Mh/s is more or less useless. If you get zero you probably have your miner not configured properly.
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February 13, 2018, 03:09:14 PM
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As of January 2018 we are merged-mining Argentum, Canada eCoin, Dogecoin, Huntercoin, Myriad, Pesetacoin, Viacoin.

https://www.litecoinpool.org/

Feedback and feature requests are very welcome! Smiley

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As we are merged with other altcoins, do we have any information on their pools etc.
I am not a big fish by far but while my PC is doing nothing, I was looking at doing an Altcoin while they are low and difficulty is also low. want to get in on the bottom rung like I wish I had with Bitcoin. Undecided
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February 13, 2018, 04:06:51 PM
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Hi I am new and have a question. I have a USB ASIC (Moonlander 2) on order but started mining yesterday just using CPU miner and my gaming PC while I wait for the ASIC to get a feel. CPU miner is hashing away but only occasionally shows a share which results in a payout. I had about 4 in a hour last night but today 90min with nothing. Is this idle time so it is just casting around for a share or is it actually mining anything that will result in a payout? When I get my ASIC I assume I will get many, many more shares.
FYI not bothered about the economics as I work from home and work pay for internet and electricity.
any info appreciated.
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February 13, 2018, 09:58:51 PM
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Hi I am new and have a question. I have a USB ASIC (Moonlander 2) on order but started mining yesterday just using CPU miner and my gaming PC while I wait for the ASIC to get a feel. CPU miner is hashing away but only occasionally shows a share which results in a payout. I had about 4 in a hour last night but today 90min with nothing. Is this idle time so it is just casting around for a share or is it actually mining anything that will result in a payout? When I get my ASIC I assume I will get many, many more shares.
FYI not bothered about the economics as I work from home and work pay for internet and electricity.
any info appreciated.
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Using a CPU or GPU is really pointless with the difficulty as it is.  I had the same FutureBit Moonlander 2 for a couple weeks and resold on ebay.  The ML2 even if overclocked will only get you about 4.8 MH/s.  This means you need to run 24/7 for about 3-4 weeks before you will gain enough LTC to meet the minimum payout of 0.01 LTC ($1.50 USD).  I really only used the ML2 to learn about mining, BFGMiner, and which pools were the most profitable.  Once learned I sold them while the re-sale price was still about $100/ea.  Using a CPU or GPU, the energy you use to move the mouse and keyboard strokes are more than you will EVER earn using this method.  I upgraded to the Antminer L3+ and am seeing about $11.00/day at current prices.
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February 14, 2018, 09:13:51 AM
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Thanks jack, i'm in a similar position. The stand alone ASIC miners are beyond my budget and I want to take advantage of the fact that my PC is on anyway 12-15 hours a day 5 days a week and it costs me nothing. I don't expect to make a fortune but just take advantage of the above.
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February 14, 2018, 07:34:53 PM
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Why PPS ratio is currently 102%?
It was 103% =(

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February 14, 2018, 08:12:27 PM
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Why PPS ratio is currently 102%?
It was 103% =(
It was also as low as 100% and as high as 108%. Things change. Considering the current market situation, 102% PPS is more than fair right now.

The PPS ratio depends on factors such as the current network difficulty and market price of merged-mined cryptocurrencies. Since these elements can be highly volatile, the ratio can change at any time.

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February 14, 2018, 10:24:23 PM
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Hello, Is there a problem currently with the pool server?, intermittently my workers stops mining
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February 15, 2018, 08:38:14 AM
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Hello, Is there a problem currently with the pool server?, intermittently my workers stops mining

No, all servers have been stable over (at least) the last 24 hours.

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February 15, 2018, 11:17:43 AM
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Now that LTC has gone up so much it would be wonderful to half the minimum payout amount.   It might bring more hash to the pool.

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February 15, 2018, 11:35:51 AM
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Now that LTC has gone up so much it would be wonderful to half the minimum payout amount.   It might bring more hash to the pool.

I'm never brave enough to run my balance up to 50 LTC but 15 or 20 I'll do...I don't have to tell the tax man till it hits my wallet...thus I stall ...before dipping in for expenses Smiley

just saying from the other end of this Smiley

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edit: I did get hacked 21 LTC in 2015 I think it was from the pool.....weak password I'd expect it was ...just saying....


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February 15, 2018, 12:01:30 PM
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Now that LTC has gone up so much it would be wonderful to half the minimum payout amount.   It might bring more hash to the pool.

Minimum payout = 0.01 LTC
0.01 * 220 USD = 2.20 USD (not a great amount, would it be worth collecting 1.10 USD?)

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February 15, 2018, 01:05:39 PM
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Hi

1) im having some probs to config the sharediff ! d=xxxxxxx or "d=xxxxxxx" (x = numbers) seems not working.?? only with the workerpassword it´s working fine. ?
2) im using a jaxx wallet which is binded in my acc to the private key.. now i need to change the wallet and the private key dosnt match ??

need some help pls thx Wink
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February 15, 2018, 01:36:30 PM
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If your password is x, you need to type:

-p x,d=512 

So that’s diff 512

Can’t help with the Jaxx wallet sorry

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February 15, 2018, 01:49:52 PM
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If your password is x, you need to type:

-p x,d=512  

So that’s diff 512

Can’t help with the Jaxx wallet sorry

wow fast Cheesy thx Wink

ok. my current hashrate is for example 695mhs. that means that i need to define my diff like this   695x 256 = 177920. ok ? Wink and the passwordfield of each miner i have to type --> -p x,d=177920 ? correct ?

and jaxx is using Electrum-LTC Wink solved 4 me. thx



EDIT:\ p x,d=177920 dosnt work
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February 15, 2018, 03:37:23 PM
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You need to use YOUR password as set up on your worker: -p your_password,d=256

I don’t know how to work out diff. Diff levels are to the power of 2.

My Moonlanders at 5 MH/s I’m using diff 1024
My L3+ at 500 MH/s I’m using diff 131072

Hope that helps

Edit: Litecoinpool standard port uses Varidiff, which if you let your miner run for a while, will pick the best diff for your miner

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February 15, 2018, 11:39:40 PM
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so..

the correct input for your_pw,d=yourdiff   without -p  Grin
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February 16, 2018, 09:56:27 PM
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Hi

1) im having some probs to config the sharediff ! d=xxxxxxx or "d=xxxxxxx" (x = numbers) seems not working.?? only with the workerpassword it´s working fine. ?
2) im using a jaxx wallet which is binded in my acc to the private key.. now i need to change the wallet and the private key dosnt match ??

need some help pls thx Wink


For the 2nd point, lightweight wallet like jaxx is not the best choice for mining payouts. If you look around you’ll find out that lot of people had issues using it for that kind of thing
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February 19, 2018, 03:48:44 PM
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so..

the correct input for your_pw,d=yourdiff   without -p  Grin

Code:
~ -p <password>,d=<yourdiff>

Mine looks like this:
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~ -p x,d=128 ~ clock=775

This is for one ML2 running on a junk, unpowered hub, with external power applied.

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