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Author Topic: [ANN] The First Litecoin PPS Pool (litecoinpool.org)  (Read 226769 times)
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January 06, 2021, 08:17:34 AM
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Hi. Enabled on my account 2fa in litecoinpool.org. I lost my phone with Google Authenticator . how can i disable this feature?
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January 06, 2021, 01:41:21 PM
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Hi. Enabled on my account 2fa in litecoinpool.org. I lost my phone with Google Authenticator . how can i disable this feature?

When you enabled 2FA, the website instructed you to write down a secret key on paper and store it in a safe place. You can use that key to restore key generation on any device.

If you need further help concerning your account, please send an email to support specifying your username.

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January 10, 2021, 03:53:53 PM
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Can you give an address where to write? I can not find on the site.
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January 10, 2021, 04:50:32 PM
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Can you give an address where to write? I can not find on the site.

The address is linked at the bottom of every page on the website. For support requests, please write to support (at) litecoinpool.org.

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February 01, 2021, 04:20:11 AM
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Anybody know why the PPS just went up to 140.0% ?
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February 01, 2021, 12:18:17 PM
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Anybody know why the PPS just went up to 140.0% ?

It's been 140% since a couple days ago, when the price of Dogecoin jumped up suddenly.

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February 04, 2021, 11:34:20 PM
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just now i see.. 155% .. off to the moon we go.. doggy go doggy Tongue

love this pools since 2013-2014..
only one that didnt let me down at some point all pools back then got hacked or where fraudulent..
 thanks for the good work! ..

BTW .. i would LOVE to solo LTC there..
 just for my low power gridseeds and sometimes my L3++ ..
just for the good feeling that you get playing lotto..
 i have more control about this lotto anyway..
 i cant know if the lotto i buy is true..
here i know randomness is on my side ..

did you do a poll about including solo? ..

 i would run the L3 on the PPS and my army of gridseed cluster in solo mode .. i like to "shop at one place" .. Smiley Grin
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February 07, 2021, 01:03:32 AM
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I'm trying to get things set up on litecoinpool.org, but having some issues.

It asks for a payment address which "must be a Litecoin address, starting with L, M, 3, or ltc1", but litecoin core is producing addresses that start with q or litecoin:

What's the deal?
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February 07, 2021, 01:10:12 AM
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I'm trying to get things set up on litecoinpool.org, but having some issues.

It asks for a payment address which "must be a Litecoin address, starting with L, M, 3, or ltc1", but litecoin core is producing addresses that start with q or litecoin:

What's the deal?

Assuming you mean "Q" rather than "q", are you running Litecoin Core in testnet mode by any chance?

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February 07, 2021, 02:01:14 AM
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I'm trying to get things set up on litecoinpool.org, but having some issues.

It asks for a payment address which "must be a Litecoin address, starting with L, M, 3, or ltc1", but litecoin core is producing addresses that start with q or litecoin:

What's the deal?

Assuming you mean "Q" rather than "q", are you running Litecoin Core in testnet mode by any chance?

It would seem that I am, thanks
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February 08, 2021, 02:41:34 PM
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Doge goes up anymore, you are going to have to change the name to dogecoinpool
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March 03, 2021, 12:18:24 AM
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One word "solar" Im solar powered off grid time to learn to mine!
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How much Solar do you need to invest in the house to run (at least during the day) a Bitmain L3+ underclocked at 700 watts at 450mh rate?

I suspect it is much more than the worth doing this for either LTC or BTC. But curious, if you have solar how does something like this work out? (or not today?)

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Not sure if you got an answer from the op you quoted, but I can probably help a little here. 

Scenario 1 - DIY setup for just the miner

Essentially, you need 700 watts of continuous power to run just the miner - but that wattage is variable, so you'd really want to give yourself a decent buffer there; additionally, panels don't run at 100% efficiency, and weather - clouds etc - plays a factor. Let's go with 1 kilowatt to make math easy.  You'll also need a battery bank to supply power for when the sun is down - let's say 12 hours @ 1 kw/hr = 12,000 watt batt bank. Let's bump that up as well to 15,000 watt battery - don't want to risk any downtime just because you didn't have enough battery power. But if you are going to charge the battery, you will need to double your panels (1000 watts to run miner, 1000 watts to charge battery).  You'll need inverters and charge controllers as well, and probably some miscellaneous wiring. That's generally what you need more or less - it's pretty expensive and you wouldn't really break even on it for a long time. You could potentially do just a minimum setup to run it off solar during the day and have a small battery for when solar power drops below what's required for the miner to run - you'd only need half the panels and not a huge power bank, and the charge controllers etc would cost less, and just run off the regular grid at night - you'd be cutting your power usage by half theoretically - you'd have to crunch the numbers to calculate when you'd break even on that.

Putting that together probably get's you around $6-8k. I did see there are a lot of solar kits online for $2k-$8k, but I'm assuming you'd have to upgrade the battery bank in those to keep continuous power through the night.

I'm building a solar system for my sailboat so I have looked into DIY solar setups a bunch, so this was a fun exercise to see if it's worth it for me to do for my miner - I also have an L3+. Not sure if going the full 24 hour route makes sense in this scenario, unless I was trying to hack it together with used/reclaimed/cheap/free stuff junkyard style (for example, getting enough cheap junkyard batteries together for a couple hundred bucks versus buying a $2000-4000 power bank; locating cheap used panels off marketplace/CL) - that might be a fun challenge project - see how cheaply I can rig together a 24hr solar system for mining.  If I do, will report back - would be mid to late summer when I could get to that.

Scenario 2 - whole house solar setup

If you're house has a good solar score (check your address on zillow.com - it will give you an idea - but not final word, my house has a 55.1 on zillow but my buddy who sells solar checked out it's 'illumination' score and it was 70 - anything over 50 is potentially a good candidate), you can get panels put on to run your whole house on solar, and you can sell it back to the grid and/or have a battery bank, like a tesla powerwall, and not really stress about power usage for even a couple L3+'s.  Cost depends on size of house, amongst a bunch of other factors I'm sure - and also depends on where you are in the world. A quick google search gave me this:

'Solar panel installation costs around $18,500 for a 6kW solar panel system for a 1,500 square ft. home and the price per watt for solar panels can range from $2.50 to $3.50. Residential solar panels are usually sized at 3kW to 8kW and can cost anywhere from $9,255 and $24,552 in total installation costs.'

Either way, I think it's definitely responsible mining to use renewable sources of energy.  Someone I know mentioned he knows people with bitcoin farms that use hydro power and wind power in addition to solar.

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March 16, 2021, 05:57:15 PM
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What is up with the changeover to MimbleWimble?  How will this effect ASIC mining?  When will the change take place?
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March 19, 2021, 04:19:49 AM
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Hello, sorry but new to litecoinpool ...
is it possible to receive payment in doge - i dont like changing my doge to litecoin and then buying doge ...
thanks
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March 19, 2021, 10:08:44 AM
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is it possible to receive payment in doge - i dont like changing my doge to litecoin and then buying doge ...

No, this is not currently possible. All payouts are in litecoins exclusively.

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March 20, 2021, 04:09:23 PM
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I can't get a new Goldshell LT5 to work on the pool. It says the pool is invalid. I can get it to work on other pools. Have you looked at the LT5 compatibility on the pool?
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March 20, 2021, 04:22:42 PM
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I can't get a new Goldshell LT5 to work on the pool. It says the pool is invalid. I can get it to work on other pools. Have you looked at the LT5 compatibility on the pool?

It seems unlikely that this is a compatibility issue, since connection and authentication are quite straightforward in the Stratum protocol.
If it says that the pool is invalid and does not connect at all, chances are that there is a mistake somewhere in the connection details (URL, username, and password). Make sure that you are using the username and password of one of your workers as defined in your pool account, keeping in mind that they are both case-sensitive. Feel free to send support an email with screenshots of the miner's configuration page if you'd like us to double-check.

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March 20, 2021, 05:10:23 PM
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I can't get a new Goldshell LT5 to work on the pool. It says the pool is invalid. I can get it to work on other pools. Have you looked at the LT5 compatibility on the pool?

It seems unlikely that this is a compatibility issue, since connection and authentication are quite straightforward in the Stratum protocol.
If it says that the pool is invalid and does not connect at all, chances are that there is a mistake somewhere in the connection details (URL, username, and password). Make sure that you are using the username and password of one of your workers as defined in your pool account, keeping in mind that they are both case-sensitive. Feel free to send support an email with screenshots of the miner's configuration page if you'd like us to double-check.

Okay thanks. I'll double check everything (including cases, etc.) and send an email with the details if it still doesn't work. I've never had an issue before with L3s, etc. and this is my first LT5 to try.
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April 01, 2021, 02:21:10 PM
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Is anyone else having an issue with their 2FA authentication with the litecoinpool.org web site? I've been getting Invalid Token error when I attempt to login; that was Sunday. I've synced the time code on Google Authenticator, even deleted the account and 'remade' it using the Secret Key, I've had to do that previously so I know it's good. The other accounts I have in GA are good as well. I sent an email to support a couple days ago, but have heard anything back yet.
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April 01, 2021, 02:28:39 PM
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Is anyone else having an issue with their 2FA authentication with the litecoinpool.org web site? I've been getting Invalid Token error when I attempt to login; that was Sunday. I've synced the time code on Google Authenticator, even deleted the account and 'remade' it using the Secret Key, I've had to do that previously so I know it's good. The other accounts I have in GA are good as well. I sent an email to support a couple days ago, but have heard anything back yet.

We've replied to all support requests we've received over email as far as I can tell. Could you try sending an email to support again? Make sure you include your username.

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