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Author Topic: [ANN] The First Litecoin PPS Pool (litecoinpool.org)  (Read 219291 times)
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July 08, 2017, 07:45:58 PM
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Trying to do a manual payout but can't find that option. Where do I go? Huh

Click on "Payments" in the top menu.

Thanks. Guess I'm not at the 0.1 minimum for that option to appear.
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July 17, 2017, 09:49:08 AM
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Hi,

I will receive my first L3+ today, is it possible to do solo mining.

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July 17, 2017, 10:06:19 AM
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I will receive my first L3+ today, is it possible to do solo mining.

Litecoinpool.org is a PPS pool. If you want to mine solo you don't need a pool, all you need is a full Litecoin node. By the way, at the current difficulty I wouldn't recommend solo mining unless you have at least a few GH/s.

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July 17, 2017, 10:23:20 AM
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I will receive my first L3+ today, is it possible to do solo mining.

Litecoinpool.org is a PPS pool. If you want to mine solo you don't need a pool, all you need is a full Litecoin node. By the way, at the current difficulty I wouldn't recommend solo mining unless you have at least a few GH/s.
Or you can use my (lc.tbdice.org) MM solo LTC pool without  full Litecoin node.

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And remember Bicknellski is not collecting money from community;D
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July 17, 2017, 11:22:42 AM
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Thanks Guys! I do have 3 L3+. is it easy to set-up the litecoin node? what is the difference between the LTC node and TBDice.
Last one! which wallet would you recommend for LTC?

thanks!!!
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July 17, 2017, 11:32:00 AM
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Thanks Guys! I do have 3 L3+. is it easy to set-up the litecoin node? what is the difference between the LTC node and TBDice.
Last one! which wallet would you recommend for LTC?

thanks!!!

The difference is:
1. You are paying 0.5% fee to tbdice to do this and other stuff for you
2. You are having 100% reliable service with zero downtime
3. You do not care if your HDD will fail, if you have a backup or stuff like that.
4. You do mine DOGE along the way which is not possible with Full LTC node alone and even with full DOGE node installed Wink

As resume:
if you are new and you do not have the experience (there is no such guide which will teach you what to do) it is highly recommended ALWAYS ALWAYS use a pool litcoinpool, TBDICE or whatever pool you choose. In exchange for your own good and safety you are paying a pool fee. Simple as that
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PS: to all that are choosing pool:
1. Please look for pool op reputation first! that is most important for you. leave your miners hashing where you have trust in OP
2. Do not think that pool fee is most important when making deceision - behind that pool OP is doing constantly a lot of things. There is no such pool to run on it's own without human interaction. They have expenses also. and they invest a LOT LOT of time to make everyone happy. It is not just setup a pool pay for hosting and collect fees....There is a lot of work on daly basis involved to keep pool running
3. Avoid Chinese pools - that is my personal oppinion
4. Avoid  ALL 0% pool fees - there is not such  thing as a free lunch Grin They get their money one way or another if you are following my thoughts! 100% !!!GUARANTEE!!!. At the end of the day you are making less at 0% fee pool compared to x% fee pool...


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July 18, 2017, 06:41:10 AM
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Since about 5:45 UTC today the pool's website and mining servers have been under DDoS attack. We are currently working to mitigate this.
As usual, all you need to make sure of is that your miners' shares are being accepted. All accepted shares will be counted, just as normal.

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July 19, 2017, 08:41:08 PM
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Hey,

I haven't been able to connect to litecoinpool.org for aproximatelly 2 hours now.. Is it just me or do others have this problem, and if yes, does anybody know what is going on? It's kinda urgent..
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July 19, 2017, 08:42:15 PM
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Hey,

I haven't been able to connect to litecoinpool.org for aproximatelly 2 hours now.. Is it just me or do others have this problem, and if yes, does anybody know what is going on? It's kinda urgent..
Best regards,
George K


Same issue here. Website is down too fwiw.
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July 19, 2017, 08:49:38 PM
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Just ran a Whois on the website, and got status "ClientTransferProhibited", which according to this website:https://www.tsohost.com/knowledge-base/article/350/what-does-clienttransferprohibited-mean means that the domain name cannot be transfered, and that the domain name has to be unlocked.. Can not figure out what's going on.. Also, pinged the website with cmd and the website does respond..
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July 19, 2017, 08:54:43 PM
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Just ran a Whois on the website, and got status "ClientTransferProhibited", which according to this website:https://www.tsohost.com/knowledge-base/article/350/what-does-clienttransferprohibited-mean means that the domain name cannot be transfered, and that the domain name has to be unlocked.. Can not figure out what's going on.. Also, pinged the website with cmd and the website does respond..
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Try contacting Pooler on IRC.
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July 19, 2017, 08:58:06 PM
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Good idea, can you tell me the IRC url?
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July 19, 2017, 09:01:53 PM
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Good idea, can you tell me the IRC url?
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George K

https://webchat.freenode.net/?nick=777777&channels=#litecoinpool

remove the 7's with your desired username
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July 19, 2017, 09:07:34 PM
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Hey,
Nice. Thank you, I'm contacting pooler
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July 19, 2017, 09:43:59 PM
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Sorry for the inconvenience, the website experienced some issues in the last couple hours. As far as I can tell, the mining servers were unaffected. Everything should be back to normal now.

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July 20, 2017, 04:39:59 AM
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Sorry for the inconvenience, the website experienced some issues in the last couple hours. As far as I can tell, the mining servers were unaffected. Everything should be back to normal now.


for a while my rigs were all gone (i use you as a backup pool now sorry)

so the folks ddos'ing you ...finally figured out you are the backup pool of choice when prohashing goes down (every day now on ddos and x11 swarming their site)

tough being the backup 'date'

anyway I was down for a bit completely on both sites .unsure how long just for your info

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July 20, 2017, 07:36:46 AM
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anyway I was down for a bit completely on both sites .unsure how long just for your info

Are you sure the problem wasn't with your connection? The logs say that globally the hash rate was stable all along, and I've had multiple users confirm that their mining was completely unaffected while the website was down.
Unless you're talking about the DDoS attack of two days ago, when some of the mining servers were indeed down for 15 to 30 minutes (which is why one should always have multiple failover servers configured).

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July 20, 2017, 07:46:02 AM
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anyway I was down for a bit completely on both sites .unsure how long just for your info

Are you sure the problem wasn't with your connection? The logs say that globally the hash rate was stable all along, and I've had multiple users confirm that their mining was completely unaffected while the website was down.
Unless you're talking about the DDoS attack of two days ago, when some of the mining servers were indeed down for 15 to 30 minutes (which is why one should always have multiple failover servers configured).

Nope. Seemed deader yesterday, then your posted ddos. I did a "is it down" from
That check site. Said you were offline for everyone to me. Thus my assumption ddos.
I'm in Minnesota USA. fyi














 

 

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July 20, 2017, 08:21:25 AM
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anyway I was down for a bit completely on both sites .unsure how long just for your info

Are you sure the problem wasn't with your connection? The logs say that globally the hash rate was stable all along, and I've had multiple users confirm that their mining was completely unaffected while the website was down.
Unless you're talking about the DDoS attack of two days ago, when some of the mining servers were indeed down for 15 to 30 minutes (which is why one should always have multiple failover servers configured).

Nope. Seemed deader yesterday, then your posted ddos. I did a "is it down" from
That check site. Said you were offline for everyone to me. Thus my assumption ddos.
I'm in Minnesota USA. fyi

The website downtime (which was about 14 to 10 hours ago) was due to an issue with the server handling website services, not to DDoS. Said issue only affected website services, and is unrelated to the DDoS attack of July 18.
By the way, "Is it down" is designed to check the status of websites, so you can't use it to check the status of mining servers, since Stratum does not run over HTTP.

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July 20, 2017, 10:58:03 AM
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anyway I was down for a bit completely on both sites .unsure how long just for your info

Are you sure the problem wasn't with your connection? The logs say that globally the hash rate was stable all along, and I've had multiple users confirm that their mining was completely unaffected while the website was down.
Unless you're talking about the DDoS attack of two days ago, when some of the mining servers were indeed down for 15 to 30 minutes (which is why one should always have multiple failover servers configured).

Nope. Seemed deader yesterday, then your posted ddos. I did a "is it down" from
That check site. Said you were offline for everyone to me. Thus my assumption ddos.
I'm in Minnesota USA. fyi

The website downtime (which was about 14 to 10 hours ago) was due to an issue with the server handling website services, not to DDoS. Said issue only affected website services, and is unrelated to the DDoS attack of July 18.
By the way, "Is it down" is designed to check the status of websites, so you can't use it to check the status of mining servers, since Stratum does not run over HTTP.


well...I've found when one is down the other is down..but in my defense....I only looked at "is it down" after I was sure the pool was not working for me mining

maybe it was a geographic hitch in Minnesota.....no idea...just never saw your site or mining die before or at least me having no access at my end ..(has been 2.5 years) LOL Smiley

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