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November 28, 2013, 09:20:57 AM
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Hi i applied yesterday for a account on your pool, what is the usual waiting time for approval?
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November 28, 2013, 09:27:48 AM
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Hi i applied yesterday for a account on your pool, what is the usual waiting time for approval?

The registration page was updated just yesterday to include the following:
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Due to the large number of applications we receive, only successful applicants will be contacted, usually within 24 hours.

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November 28, 2013, 04:48:59 PM
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Hi pooler,

Became a member of your pool just a few days ago. Thanks for having me  Grin

Got a question though regarding worker speeds shown in the webpage and the cgminer miner shown speeds.
The speeds shown on the worker page are always consistently lower then what's shown as speed in cgminer.

Is there a logical explanation for this? Does this have any effect on my efficiency? Anything we can do about it?

/edit think I found my answer elsewhere on the internets..

"IMPORTANT! KHash/s Rate is an estimate and should not be relied upon. For an acurate KHash/s reading check your client. Your KHash/s as reported on this site is NOT how you are paid, you are paid by share count only. If your KHash/s below is too high or too low, its not a problem and can be safely ignored. ALSO, it takes up to 20 MINUTES for your miner to show as online and hashrate to show after starting mining."

Guess I should have read your FAQ as well!!

https://www.litecoinpool.org/help#faq

forgive me  Wink
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November 28, 2013, 05:44:35 PM
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Is there a problem with the site updating stats? My shares are being accepted according to my miner and my worker is showing as active on the site but the stats are not updating......

Edit: All good, please ignore
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November 30, 2013, 06:15:44 PM
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Just wanted to say, been mining with this pool since the summer and its the best.  Never a problem.  Great pool!
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December 04, 2013, 12:21:38 PM
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Today we've added support to keep track of your litecoinpool.org accounts to CryptFolio (thread).

CryptFolio helps you safely keep track of mining pool balances and worker hashrates over time, and generates reports (such as your overall USD net worth and historical hashrates).

Thanks for accepting my account so quickly!

CryptFolio lets you keep track of your cryptocurrencies (BTC/LTC/NMC/FTC/XPM/DOGE/...), investments, securities and miners using public addresses and read-only APIs. https://cryptfolio.com
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December 15, 2013, 12:32:58 AM
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Nearly 1000 LTC mined since early this year and more than happy with the pool, congratulations!

Did you ever think about re-opening automated signup by referral only? I got a few friends of mine addicted and hate to say them to use other pools. One or two invites for power members at least? Like torrent sites Wink

Cheers

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December 15, 2013, 05:52:43 PM
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Nearly 1000 LTC mined since early this year and more than happy with the pool, congratulations!
Thank you! Smiley

Did you ever think about re-opening automated signup by referral only? I got a few friends of mine addicted and hate to say them to use other pools. One or two invites for power members at least? Like torrent sites Wink
I'll think about it, but for the moment you can simply tell your friends to send an application as described on the website. I have already accepted a lot of new users this way.

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December 16, 2013, 08:39:28 PM
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Got a question seeing the diff keeps rising , how about a lower payout threshold seeing the newest QT client clams to have lowered tx fees .. say a nice .01 would be perfect. Thanks

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December 16, 2013, 09:42:11 PM
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Congratulations for your nomination at SourceForge Smiley

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December Project of the Month

The December Project of the Month is CPUMiner, which is a tool that can be used to mine crypto-currencies. Read my interview with CPUMiner project admin "Pooler" on our blog to learn more about how it came about, who started it, and some other interesting details.

Congratulations to Pooler and the CPUMiner project on being selected as this month's POTM!

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December 16, 2013, 11:41:51 PM
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Got a question seeing the diff keeps rising , how about a lower payout threshold seeing the newest QT client clams to have lowered tx fees .. say a nice .01 would be perfect. Thanks
You are probably right. I will lower the minimum thresholds to 0.1 LTC for instant payments and to 0.05 LTC for automatic payments for the moment. If this turns out to be sustainable, I may lower the thresholds further.

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December 26, 2013, 06:29:23 AM
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hi i saw the top leaders on this pool and the number 1 was at  anonymous   361,046 kH/s   119.4 ltc/day  how dose that work? seems like that would be over 100 gpus

also 290x or Radeon HD 7990  I was going to buy 3 290x but then i saw the 7990 did more unless i read it wrong

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December 26, 2013, 11:02:26 AM
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hi i saw the top leaders on this pool and the number 1 was at  anonymous   361,046 kH/s   119.4 ltc/day  how dose that work? seems like that would be over 100 gpus
I think they're using about 500 GPUs, or at least that's what it looks like from the logs. Still, it probably isn't the largest GPU farm around.

also 290x or Radeon HD 7990  I was going to buy 3 290x but then i saw the 7990 did more unless i read it wrong
Hash rate is not the only thing you should consider when choosing a GPU. Energy efficiency and cooling are also very important. Miners would still prefer 7950s, despite there being faster GPUs. Alas, 7950s are nowhere to be found at the moment. The R9 280X and R9 290X are acceptable alternatives, as is the older 7970. The 7990 is a dual-GPU card, and tends to produce a lot of heat, so you need to make sure you have an adequate cooling solution if you want to use it for mining.

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January 08, 2014, 10:34:41 AM
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I have noticed that it's no longer possible to toggle the e-mail alert checkbox in the worker list.

Any idea why? Is the problem on my side or server side? Thanks.

PS: I would suggest adding 'litecoinpool.org' somewhere inside the title of this topic. I tried to search for 'litecoinpool.org' and couldn't find it. I had to go to the website, and use the 'Forum' link from there.

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January 08, 2014, 10:45:34 AM
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I have noticed that it's no longer possible to toggle the e-mail alert checkbox in the worker list.
Any idea why? Is the problem on my side or server side? Thanks.
It worked for me using Firefox 25, but now that you mention it I see why there could be a problem with other browsers.
Could you please try again and see if it works now?

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January 08, 2014, 12:13:21 PM
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Yes, it's working fine again now, thank you

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January 09, 2014, 09:32:56 PM
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I'm already a member of this pool, but shouldn't you open registration to anyone since WeMineLTC is getting to be a bit larger? WMLTC is at 25% while litecoinpool.org is only at 8.5%. Try to pull miners away from WMLTC so they don't get too large. WMLTC + Unknown% = 48% of the network.
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January 09, 2014, 10:34:49 PM
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I'm already a member of this pool, but shouldn't you open registration to anyone since WeMineLTC is getting to be a bit larger? WMLTC is at 25% while litecoinpool.org is only at 8.5%. Try to pull miners away from WMLTC so they don't get too large. WMLTC + Unknown% = 48% of the network.
As a matter of fact, new users are being accepted every day, and I often see new miners coming from the larger pools.
That said, it's always been against my principles to actively try to "steal" users from other pools.

Personally I believe there is currently not enough awareness of this problem, and this can create a vicious circle: new miners tend to join the largest pool (because they naively think that bigger is better), which makes the pool even larger.
Mining should remain a decentralized effort. If you think a pool is getting too large, maybe you should direct your complaint to them, and try to raise awareness among miners about the dangers of centralization.

Related link: https://litecoin.info/Spread_the_Hashes

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January 22, 2014, 06:27:20 AM
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Hi, Pooler, thanks for ur pool! It's wonderful. I played around from one year.

May I ask whether there is a port for long poll?
Because, my network banned stratum now.
Or if there is some relay methods?

I just can't connect stratum under current condition of my network.
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January 22, 2014, 06:28:56 AM
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Hi, Pooler, thanks for ur pool! It's wonderful. I played around from one year.

May I ask whether there is a port for long poll?
Because, my network banned stratum now.
Or if there is some relay methods?

I just can't connect stratum under current condition of my network.

Do you know if your network blocks stratum by port number (3333) or SPI?

First time I ever hear about this... as for gw ports, I think litecoinpool shut them down a couple of months ago.

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