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May 09, 2019, 07:09:24 PM
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Over the years I occasionally used their pools and always found it less profitable than it was expected. ( ETH, SIA, ZEC...)

Now I had some PASC hash(500+ xeon threads) pointed there for a while and it consistently "reported" and paid for 10% less hash than was delivered.
(no network issues were present on my end, also surely enough another pools get my hash correct to the decimal point)
A week or so ago it became even worse the "missing" hash rose to almost 20%!!!  And I'm talking reduced rates for days here.

Is it me of do you have similar experiences?
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May 09, 2019, 09:58:37 PM
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Cant say i do..

Have always had good experience with nanopool.  easy to setup and all.
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May 09, 2019, 10:36:48 PM
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could be bad luck... But it could just be the pool and how they represent everyones hashing.
If everyone is shown as lower, then the entire pool should still split blocks proportionately.

I've noticed this across a few pools. Some are representing my hash higher or lower than what my end is saying.
But the end result is about the same over time. Or I suppose, maybe the pool is having issues?

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May 11, 2019, 10:38:30 AM
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could be bad luck... But it could just be the pool and how they represent everyones hashing.
If everyone is shown as lower, then the entire pool should still split blocks proportionately.

I've noticed this across a few pools. Some are representing my hash higher or lower than what my end is saying.
But the end result is about the same over time. Or I suppose, maybe the pool is having issues?
well, there was no correlation between my hash drop and pool's total hash, and no network issues whatsoever, so that's that.
also I was there for a straight month before pointing half of the hash to another pool and eventually switching completely.
now my total average for 24h is 2.5% below the produced (dev fee and all) while at nanopool I reached a point of around 20% missing.

in addition I distinctly remember that they were very 'problematic' with ZEC before flypool was properly setup, also for me ETH was always less profitable with them than with most other pools.


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May 11, 2019, 11:11:16 AM
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Cant say i do..

Have always had good experience with nanopool.  easy to setup and all.

hmmm... I'm not sure what you mean by "easy to setup" - do you know any pool that is "hard to setup"?

even if they have issues (which they likely do) I'm not willing to make it my problem.
and yes, I think on top of their issues they like to grab bigger chunk of your hash that they claim to.

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May 18, 2019, 09:18:48 AM
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I guess this problem is peculiar to you alone. I have been using my Nanopool for quite sometime now and never for once have i had this experience

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May 23, 2019, 11:39:41 PM
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I don't know, it seems that it works differently for everyone. Usually it's ok with me, but since you mentioned i now recall similar cases few months ago. guess there's something to do with the pool but i might be mistaken. and it's surprising that you don't get enough profit with eth, it works just the opposite for many people i know and who do the same stuff. anyway, good luck!
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May 23, 2019, 11:53:49 PM
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I'm mining grin on nano pool right now and its working great, but i did switch my eth mining to Ethermine seems better.  I had a similar problem with lux pool and my z11s but I rebooted and it corrected.
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May 15, 2021, 01:43:53 PM
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Please don't use nanopool neither theirs products>

They are scammer!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2341179.msg51572259#msg51572259
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May 16, 2021, 06:00:20 PM
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I don't believe that nanopool is a scam because I use this pool for ETH mining alot and I've always been paid as accurate as my calculator says, I'm guessing it's just a bad luck OP

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