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March 12, 2018, 10:42:57 AM
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LTC mining directly seems too dont make sense anymore. Diff is increasing 2 high too. circulating coin currently 55,592,667 from max supply 84,000,000. the end is near Wink
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March 12, 2018, 01:21:42 PM
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As of January 2018 we are merged-mining Argentum, Canada eCoin, Dogecoin, Huntercoin, Myriad, Pesetacoin, Viacoin.
its mean 7 coin mined at once at equal hashrate?

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March 12, 2018, 01:28:17 PM
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As of January 2018 we are merged-mining Argentum, Canada eCoin, Dogecoin, Huntercoin, Myriad, Pesetacoin, Viacoin.
its mean 7 coin mined at once at equal hashrate?
All coins are mined simultaneously by the entire pool, so yes. It's actually 8 if you also count Litecoin.

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March 12, 2018, 02:19:10 PM
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As of January 2018 we are merged-mining Argentum, Canada eCoin, Dogecoin, Huntercoin, Myriad, Pesetacoin, Viacoin.
its mean 7 coin mined at once at equal hashrate?
All coins are mined simultaneously by the entire pool, so yes. It's actually 8 if you also count Litecoin.

great, but I can't see earning for coins above, it is automatically exchanged to LTC?
I think it will be good if you add earning report for each coin and can you lower "Current speed estimates" to 5-10 minutes, waiting 60 minutes to see my current speed is make me crazy  Grin

one more, I (maybe other) have difficulty to find server url for miner, you should change the menu name from "help" to "Start" or "Getting Started".

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March 12, 2018, 02:32:53 PM
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As of January 2018 we are merged-mining Argentum, Canada eCoin, Dogecoin, Huntercoin, Myriad, Pesetacoin, Viacoin.
its mean 7 coin mined at once at equal hashrate?
All coins are mined simultaneously by the entire pool, so yes. It's actually 8 if you also count Litecoin.
great, but I can't see earning for coins above, it is automatically exchanged to LTC?
Yes, users are paid in litecoins exclusively. See also this FAQ entry.

can you lower "Current speed estimates" to 5-10 minutes, waiting 60 minutes to see my current speed is make me crazy  Grin
You don't have to wait, speed estimates normally take only a few seconds to appear. You only have to wait if you want them to get more precise.
If the speed for one of your workers remains zero, it means that it's not submitting shares, which can happen if it has issues or is not configured properly.

one more, I (maybe other) have difficulty to find server url for miner, you should change the menu name from "help" to "Start" or "Getting Started".
We will consider that, but personally I think that since the page contains more than just how to get started, "Help" is more appropriate.

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March 12, 2018, 02:46:10 PM
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can you lower "Current speed estimates" to 5-10 minutes, waiting 60 minutes to see my current speed is make me crazy  Grin
You don't have to wait, speed estimates normally take only a few seconds to appear. You only have to wait if you want them to get more precise.
If the speed for one of your workers remains zero, it means that it's not submitting shares, which can happen if it has issues or is not configured properly.

my bad, I put it in wrong miner but solved now  Cheesy

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March 13, 2018, 09:01:23 AM
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LTC mining directly seems too dont make sense anymore. Diff is increasing 2 high too. circulating coin currently 55,592,667 from max supply 84,000,000. the end is near Wink


Well that’s not really gonna happen tomorrow, and it will happen after all btc will be mined, so if you were worried you can relax!
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March 19, 2018, 05:52:09 PM
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I don't know if its just me, but I observed that my speed becomes lower compare to previous days. I got only around 480 mh/s average while last month is around 500-504 mh/s. This happens to 4 of my L3 and running on a different locations

Check your power supply units. Are you getting enough power per miner?
Are you over/underclocked? This happens to some miners when they accidentally/unintentionally overclock/overclock.
How much downtime did you experience? Check your logs. Sometimes, a miner might just refuse to hash for a while.

For me, my L3s are happy and running just a little underclock since my power supply units are pretty... questionable.

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March 22, 2018, 01:02:50 PM
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Hi Guys,

I am mining on LTCpool for a long time now and decided to flash my L3+ with the Blissz firmware.
However after tweaking the miners, and gave me 530MH each, now there are mininig @498MH and lower.

Conclusion? This Blissz software sucks!

Anyone having the same trouble running Blissz? I think I will throw in the org. firmware Wink
Also noticed my miners where mining for him, for OVER AN HOUR? This is not 1,5%!!

Not sure this is posted in the right section, but Blissz has locked his topic...
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March 26, 2018, 05:33:40 PM
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Hi!
Could you add also LitecoinZ (LTZ) to your pool, please?
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April 01, 2018, 07:36:06 PM
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How is there a user with ~12 GH/s ( https://www.litecoinpool.org/stats ) ?  The hashrate of the entire Litecoin network appears to be around 200GH/s and this one node has 12 of it?  Just someone who decided to spend millions on LiteCoin mining?  Is it that simple? Or do they have some newer faster tech that they aren't sharing?  your theories?
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April 01, 2018, 09:41:00 PM
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How is there a user with ~12 GH/s ( https://www.litecoinpool.org/stats ) ?  The hashrate of the entire Litecoin network appears to be around 200GH/s and this one node has 12 of it?  Just someone who decided to spend millions on LiteCoin mining?  Is it that simple? Or do they have some newer faster tech that they aren't sharing?  your theories?

er yep...

at one time Searing was 12 on the all-time list on litecoinpool...and I was as high as FOUR on the daily list...

now look at my standing (sigh)

daily standing is 834 and now my all time standing is 193...

 ...sh*t changes...but yeah....some folk did have bucks to toss into mining...blew past me they did in the last year or so

(then again..when I was doing this stuff LTC was $4.15 USD.....perspective don't ya know)


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April 02, 2018, 12:56:28 AM
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er yep...

at one time Searing was 12 on the all-time list on litecoinpool...and I was as high as FOUR on the daily list...

now look at my standing (sigh)

daily standing is 834 and now my all time standing is 193...

 ...sh*t changes...but yeah....some folk did have bucks to toss into mining...blew past me they did in the last year or so

(then again..when I was doing this stuff LTC was $4.15 USD.....perspective don't ya know)



Sorry if I'm still starry-eyed here, but this is really fascinating to me.  It is difficult to fathom the scale of a single node investing so much.  That hash rate is roughly equivalent to 24,000 Antminers.  There's gotta be a big warehouse in china just draining the power-grid or something?

Currently, my ranking is at the very bottom...  Embarrassed  probably because I am CPU mining.  I understand no one can compete without special hardware these days.  At my current rate, I'll have a penny's worth of LTC in about a week!

So what got you into mining Searing (if you don't mind me asking)?  Did you get into mining for profit or was it more of an interesting hobby?  Currently I'm looking at it as more the latter, because I think I'll really get a better idea of the technology that way.

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April 02, 2018, 03:10:49 AM
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er yep...

at one time Searing was 12 on the all-time list on litecoinpool...and I was as high as FOUR on the daily list...

now look at my standing (sigh)

daily standing is 834 and now my all time standing is 193...

 ...sh*t changes...but yeah....some folk did have bucks to toss into mining...blew past me they did in the last year or so

(then again..when I was doing this stuff LTC was $4.15 USD.....perspective don't ya know)



Sorry if I'm still starry-eyed here, but this is really fascinating to me.  It is difficult to fathom the scale of a single node investing so much.  That hash rate is roughly equivalent to 24,000 Antminers.  There's gotta be a big warehouse in china just draining the power-grid or something?

Currently, my ranking is at the very bottom...  Embarrassed  probably because I am CPU mining.  I understand no one can compete without special hardware these days.  At my current rate, I'll have a penny's worth of LTC in about a week!

So what got you into mining Searing (if you don't mind me asking)?  Did you get into mining for profit or was it more of an interesting hobby?  Currently I'm looking at it as more the latter, because I think I'll really get a better idea of the technology that way.

Regards!


Was gonna get put up the old bbs game server again (lost gonzo bbs) was kinda huge..that was like 60 bucks a month at least with electric..found out about btc mining...got a

knc jupiter 300mh and turned it on..was I think around 1 btc a day at $150 a day btc the day I started...0ct 18th 2013....I also had a hedge on selling some Game of Thrones

swords for (eventually I sold them..but got me off the dime) for 3.5k....the miner after that was 3k (when I did finally sell all) thus my logic was for like 1.5k more than putting

up the game server again etc etc...and pay elec of 60 bucks am month for towers on that puppy..I figured I could mine for a year ..(looking at the diff) and then maybe pay

my house utils for another 3-5 months before doorstops....and hell..this BTC stuff could help the poor with microlending loans /bank stuff that was talked about at the time...

of course 3 weeks later I paid the unit off because all hell broke loose and btc was 1k I think around thanksgiving 2013 or some such sillyness

of course the whole works of cyrpto could skunk to tulips

Nov 2014 I went exclusive to knc titans and scrypt-pow and then Bitmain units ....L3's and L3+'s etc...have not had a btc machine since

but man..it is looking kinda dire on LTC prices

difficulty is a killer thou....at $120 an LTC and 400w and 250mh L3 and 12c kWh electric I'm getting

$1.13 a day ....down from my previous post per day....its the difficulty that is dragging the boat down...we need a price pump


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April 03, 2018, 12:10:27 AM
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Was gonna get put up the old bbs game server again (lost gonzo bbs) was kinda huge..that was like 60 bucks a month at least with electric..found out about btc mining...got a
knc jupiter 300mh and turned it on..was I think around 1 btc a day at $150 a day btc the day I started...0ct 18th 2013....I also had a hedge on selling some Game of Thrones
swords for (eventually I sold them..but got me off the dime) for 3.5k....the miner after that was 3k (when I did finally sell all) thus my logic was for like 1.5k more than putting
up the game server again etc etc...and pay elec of 60 bucks am month for towers on that puppy..I figured I could mine for a year ..(looking at the diff) and then maybe pay
my house utils for another 3-5 months before doorstops....and hell..this BTC stuff could help the poor with microlending loans /bank stuff that was talked about at the time...
of course 3 weeks later I paid the unit off because all hell broke loose and btc was 1k I think around thanksgiving 2013 or some such sillyness
of course the whole works of cyrpto could skunk to tulips
Nov 2014 I went exclusive to knc titans and scrypt-pow and then Bitmain units ....L3's and L3+'s etc...have not had a btc machine since
but man..it is looking kinda dire on LTC prices
difficulty is a killer thou....at $120 an LTC and 400w and 250mh L3 and 12c kWh electric I'm getting
$1.13 a day ....down from my previous post per day....its the difficulty that is dragging the boat down...we need a price pump


$1.13 a day is rough.  So your basically breaking even at current LTC prices.

I guess there is an interesting dynamic that comes into play.  People without cheap power start shutting down their rigs and only the lucky few who have access to the cheapest power can afford to continue operating.  Seems like this sacrifices some of the decentralization since now only the big players keep their rigs running.  Then since it loses decentralization the value may theoretically drop even further leading to a cascade effect?  "the whole works of cyrpto could skunk to tulips" yikes!

Man this stuff seems crazy when you really try to think about all the variables.
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April 04, 2018, 04:51:36 PM
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Hello All.  Sorry if this was already covered in one of the other 59 pages but I have an issue that I am hoping someone can help me with.  

We use Awesome Miner and it is reporting us hashing at around 39k MH/S.  However, we are only reporting at 36 - 37k MH/S on Litecoinpool.

Is this degree of difference pretty normal?

Thanks so much  
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April 04, 2018, 08:34:30 PM
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Hello All.  Sorry if this was already covered in one of the other 59 pages but I have an issue that I am hoping someone can help me with.  

We use Awesome Miner and it is reporting us hashing at around 39k MH/S.  However, we are only reporting at 36 - 37k MH/S on Litecoinpool.

Is this degree of difference pretty normal?

Thanks so much  

Yes. You will almost always see slightly less hash rate as reported by the pool vs what your miner says. This is true on all pools, not just this one.

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April 05, 2018, 09:48:44 PM
Last edit: April 05, 2018, 10:21:33 PM by Jacktgns
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Hello, Is there a problem with the servers? My workers disconnected and the status is "dead"
usa servers are dead
europe server is alive
at least in my l3+, someone else?
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April 05, 2018, 11:46:03 PM
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 us.litecoinpool.org just accepted a share from my miners.
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us.litecoinpool.org just accepted a share from my miners.


in mine us servers it's still dead, just europe is alive
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