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September 12, 2013, 05:51:39 PM
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For some reason my cgminer client will crash whenever I try to mine with 50BTC. If I switch my connection string to BTCGuild, I can run for weeks without any issues. I'm mining with some BFL ASICs.

I am using the following command line in my batch file:
cgminer-nogpu.exe -o http://stratum.50btc.com:3333 -u myemail@goeshere -p mypass -G --no-submit-stale

(I have also tried pool.50btc.com:8332 as well, same problem)

Any idea why this happens? After about 3-4 hours last night I checked my mining machine and found cgminer-nogpu has crashed. I found that it crashed a few times last week as well. Then I finally realized it only happens when mining @ 50BTC. Thoughts?
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September 13, 2013, 09:18:45 AM
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50BTC mining pool is glad to announce opening of the ASIC miner shop!
At this moment you're able to order CoinCraft miners that are based on the brand new ASIC chips created according to 55nm and 28nm technological processes. Depending on the chosen model shipping of the miners is planned on october and november 2013. Payment is accepted in BTC.

As we've mentioned before 50BTC.com mining pool has been awarded first-grade dealership status in Russian Federation. Today we present number of unique features for our customers:
- At the testing stage your CoinCraft ASIC miner will already work for you. Please tell us your worker name when you make an order;
- Shipping is free for everyone who've purchased ASIC miner before september 30th;
- CoinCraft ASIC miner cost on 50BTC.com is lower then the manufacturer's;
You can make your order here: shop. Registration is required.

For some reason my cgminer client will crash whenever I try to mine with 50BTC. If I switch my connection string to BTCGuild, I can run for weeks without any issues. I'm mining with some BFL ASICs.

I am using the following command line in my batch file:
cgminer-nogpu.exe -o http://stratum.50btc.com:3333 -u myemail@goeshere -p mypass -G --no-submit-stale

(I have also tried pool.50btc.com:8332 as well, same problem)

Any idea why this happens? After about 3-4 hours last night I checked my mining machine and found cgminer-nogpu has crashed. I found that it crashed a few times last week as well. Then I finally realized it only happens when mining @ 50BTC. Thoughts?

Try to use this address: stratum+tcp://stratum.50btc.com:3333

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September 13, 2013, 02:39:17 PM
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In a post in the cointerra/bitmine thread, they mention the partnership with 50btc.  But they also mention in the same post that orders today will not be available until december.

How will orders at 50BTC get filled in october then?
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September 13, 2013, 03:11:59 PM
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50BTC mining pool is glad to announce opening of the ASIC miner shop!
At this moment you're able to order CoinCraft miners that are based on the brand new ASIC chips created according to 55nm and 28nm technological processes. Depending on the chosen model shipping of the miners is planned on october and november 2013. Payment is accepted in BTC.

As we've mentioned before 50BTC.com mining pool has been awarded first-grade dealership status in Russian Federation. Today we present number of unique features for our customers:
- At the testing stage your CoinCraft ASIC miner will already work for you. Please tell us your worker name when you make an order;
- Shipping is free for everyone who've purchased ASIC miner before september 30th;
- CoinCraft ASIC miner cost on 50BTC.com is lower then the manufacturer's;
You can make your order here: shop. Registration is required.

For some reason my cgminer client will crash whenever I try to mine with 50BTC. If I switch my connection string to BTCGuild, I can run for weeks without any issues. I'm mining with some BFL ASICs.

I am using the following command line in my batch file:
cgminer-nogpu.exe -o http://stratum.50btc.com:3333 -u myemail@goeshere -p mypass -G --no-submit-stale

(I have also tried pool.50btc.com:8332 as well, same problem)

Any idea why this happens? After about 3-4 hours last night I checked my mining machine and found cgminer-nogpu has crashed. I found that it crashed a few times last week as well. Then I finally realized it only happens when mining @ 50BTC. Thoughts?

Try to use this address: stratum+tcp://stratum.50btc.com:3333

I just tried that for the last couple hours. I then logged into my mining machine about an hour later and found this:

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September 13, 2013, 06:16:31 PM
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Acejam,

1) You will need to add the backup pool to your command line:
cgminer-nogpu.exe -o pool.50btc.com:8332 -u myemail@goeshere -p mypass -o pool2.50btc.com:8332 -u myemail@goeshere -p mypass

Every now and then one of the pools goes down. You might also set cgminer for pool load balance.

2) 50btc uses manual miner difficulty. Default is 1. At 74gh/s you should be 64 or more.
You can change it at https://50btc.com/worker/stats
The should be a small yellow box with a pencil in it. Clip on it and you can change difficulty. You can read more of this in the Help/FAQ section.

Good Luck

Thanks for the info. I have set my difficulty to 64 already and was able to see it coming down as 64 earlier - but when this disconnect problem happened it dropped back down to 1 somehow.

With that said, I'll try adding the second backup server - I didn't think of that! (Only thought about adding another pool as a backup)

Thanks!
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September 13, 2013, 11:00:03 PM
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any idea why both of my workers went offline?
no accepted shares either on 50btc.com, stratum.50btc.com or pool2.50btc.com
anybody with the same issue?
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September 13, 2013, 11:31:26 PM
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any idea why both of my workers went offline?
no accepted shares either on 50btc.com, stratum.50btc.com or pool2.50btc.com
anybody with the same issue?

I use pool-de and pool-ru both are reporting 'Dead' in cgminer

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September 14, 2013, 12:29:42 AM
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I am struggling to understand the per share payout if the fee is 3%...

Per the 50BTC page...

1 = .00000027
2 = .00000054
4 = .00000108
8 = .00000216
16 = .00000432
...
1024 = .00027648

Assuming the 3% fee is taken from the top - 25 * .97 = 24.25 / Difficulty.  So the Calc for 1024 diff is here --> http://snipurl.com/50btcpps

That calc gets you 0.00028564

Something is not right here?!?  Huh


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September 14, 2013, 12:55:27 AM
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I am struggling to understand the per share payout if the fee is 3%...

Per the 50BTC page...

1 = .00000027
2 = .00000054
4 = .00000108
8 = .00000216
16 = .00000432
...
1024 = .00027648

Assuming the 3% fee is taken from the top - 25 * .97 = 24.25 / Difficulty.  So the Calc for 1024 diff is here --> http://snipurl.com/50btcpps

That calc gets you 0.00028564

Something is not right here?!?  Huh



Ok, thats significant. I was using 512 and it appears that its off enough to count too.

50BTC admin, can you fix this?
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September 14, 2013, 01:08:57 AM
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I am struggling to understand the per share payout if the fee is 3%...

Per the 50BTC page...

1 = .00000027
2 = .00000054
4 = .00000108
8 = .00000216
16 = .00000432
...
1024 = .00027648

Assuming the 3% fee is taken from the top - 25 * .97 = 24.25 / Difficulty.  So the Calc for 1024 diff is here --> http://snipurl.com/50btcpps

That calc gets you 0.00028564

Something is not right here?!?  Huh



Ok, thats significant. I was using 512 and it appears that its off enough to count too.

50BTC admin, can you fix this?

It seems, since there are 8 digits to play with (but there doesn't have to be), that is they used diff1 and extended to 16 decimals (.0000002789503990) all would be fine.  If they rounded to .00000028 all would be fine (but then they would be paying slightly higher than 97% -- 97.365% to be more precise  Grin).

This is a simple fix and things will only get worse as the diff1 share approaches 1 Satoshi....

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September 14, 2013, 11:53:58 PM
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Same issue with new diff  Angry

Using only 8 digits diff1 is .00000021

Using 16 digits diff1 is .0000002153095310

We either need to round to .00000022 or start extending to 16 digits like other pools have.

Using .00000021 is paying 94.6% PPS and NOT 97% as they promote.  See--> http://goo.gl/VFwwiC

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September 15, 2013, 12:16:37 AM
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Same issue with new diff  Angry

Using only 8 digits diff1 is .00000021

Using 16 digits diff1 is .0000002153095310

We either need to round to .00000022 or start extending to 16 digits like other pools have.

Using .00000021 is paying 94.6% PPS and NOT 97% as they promote.  See--> http://goo.gl/VFwwiC

Pool Ops, whats the word on this? As of now you could almost do 100% PPS and just keep the rounding errors. You'd be getting almost the same fee judging by the above calculations.

Please extend to 16 decimals or feel free to round up. Smiley
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September 16, 2013, 04:28:42 PM
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3 days and no response  Huh  Roll Eyes

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September 16, 2013, 04:48:46 PM
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16 decimals patch is ready. It will be released soon.

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September 16, 2013, 06:14:00 PM
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I am hoping soon is much faster than diff > 64 (that took weeks).  Tongue

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September 17, 2013, 01:56:53 AM
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50BTC staff,

I see you have idle miner warnings....well, looks like you either had them or are planning to add them.

When I edit a worker I see:

Failure detection threshold (minutes)

However, that doesn't have a setting field. I've had miners go idle many times and I never get notified.

Please fix.

edit: yes, I have the check box checked in the account settings. Smiley Always have but it doesn't work.

Thank you.
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September 17, 2013, 12:24:09 PM
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Payouts are locked?!?

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September 17, 2013, 03:07:14 PM
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We're using 16 decimals now. You can test it yourself, simply multiply your share count on vardiff1 share price and you will be able to see the right result. (minus 3%)

Payouts are locked?!?

It's not. We were patching our servers with 16 decimals patch and you've probably encountered this problem because of this. It should be fine now.

50BTC staff,

I see you have idle miner warnings....well, looks like you either had them or are planning to add them.

When I edit a worker I see:

Failure detection threshold (minutes)

However, that doesn't have a setting field. I've had miners go idle many times and I never get notified.

Please fix.

edit: yes, I have the check box checked in the account settings. Smiley Always have but it doesn't work.

Thank you.

This option is still in developing.

50btc.com - PPS pool, instant payout (Visa, Liberty Reserve, QIWI, Yandex.Money, WebMoney,...), API, fast and responsible support, pay for stale shares.
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September 17, 2013, 06:52:46 PM
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We're using 16 decimals now. You can test it yourself, simply multiply your share count on vardiff1 share price and you will be able to see the right result. (minus 3%)

Payouts are locked?!?

It's not. We were patching our servers with 16 decimals patch and you've probably encountered this problem because of this. It should be fine now.

50BTC staff,

I see you have idle miner warnings....well, looks like you either had them or are planning to add them.

When I edit a worker I see:

Failure detection threshold (minutes)

However, that doesn't have a setting field. I've had miners go idle many times and I never get notified.

Please fix.

edit: yes, I have the check box checked in the account settings. Smiley Always have but it doesn't work.

Thank you.

This option is still in developing.

Thanks guys -- didn't look at the math yet but will now.  I was looking for the change shown in the PPS rate pop-up...

EDIT:  Confirmed it is using the 16 digit share value of .0000002153095310  Grin

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September 18, 2013, 09:44:21 AM
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Strange I have an auto payment sitting " In process " for about 6 hours.

edit: It just went to status " Refused "

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