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September 16, 2015, 06:01:42 AM
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i0 is dead I think Cry
I found nothing I could do do with this coin

mmpool seems to be the only pool mining it if vircurex is displaying a correct hashrate of about 50 TH
so its our "private" coin;)
don't know if we can trust a zombie exchange like vircurex

I still have temporary connection problems, so my miners report the pool dead and are switching away...

I am up and running pool seems to be working. If indeed we are the only ones mining IOC it is basically a dead coin since no exchange will let us do anything with it.

That does happen with coins.  the op may as well stop mining it.


I0coin is now trading on Cryptopia.  It can be traded against eight different cyrptocurrencies.  Here are direct links to two.

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=I0C_BTC
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=I0C_LTC



They also have a built in block explorer
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer?coin=I0C


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September 16, 2015, 06:06:16 AM
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I0coin is far from dead.  We're working on a wallet update to bring I0coin to 0.11.0, then 0.12.0 as soon as Bitcoin releases their version of 0.12.0.

Main i0coin thread is here.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=624935.0

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September 26, 2015, 05:28:05 AM
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I've implemented automatic variable difficulty adjustment and am looking for testers. If you're interested please send me a PM or email admin@mmpool.org and I'll send you the connection details. With this change there is no need to set the difficulty in the password. It adjusts automatically. Once tested I'll start migrating it to be the main pool interface.

Edit: I'm testing with some a variety of different hash rates at a rental service and it seems to be adjusting well.

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September 26, 2015, 09:14:04 AM
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I've switched mmpool.org to the new variable difficulty mining and will monitor it for stability for the next few hours.

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September 28, 2015, 03:36:10 AM
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Most of the mining interfaces are now switched to the new automatic difficulty adjustment. The final private address should switch sometime this week if there are no issues. I've updated the information and FAQ on the site with the change.

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September 28, 2015, 03:49:26 AM
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Most of the mining interfaces are now switched to the new automatic difficulty adjustment. The final private address should switch sometime this week if there are no issues. I've updated the information and FAQ on the site with the change.

sounds good should I run my 2  s-7's with out a password?

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September 28, 2015, 03:55:28 AM
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sounds good should I run my 2  s-7's with out a password?
The password is ignored so can be set to anything. Your private mining address hasn't been switched yet - I can switch it whenever is convenient for you.

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October 02, 2015, 01:23:18 AM
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I've made some changes to the pool DNS which shouldn't have resulted in any downtime but you may find the IP address of mmpool.org changed, if that's your mining address, depending on where you are connecting from. This is to try some failover on that address and getting lower latency for miners in some areas.

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October 02, 2015, 06:43:06 PM
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I am now gettin a 90% rejection on my nicehash rental pointed at the pool

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October 03, 2015, 03:12:05 AM
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 and to follow up my in house miners are suffering about 50% rejection rate

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October 03, 2015, 03:47:58 AM
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I love the idea of mmpool and my friends and I have mined on it but we left because we hate the  Double Geometric Method. I don't need to merry a mining pool. I like to keep my options open. With this hash rate Hashrate (Th/s) 15.03 I am not the only one. I hop from bitminter to eligius.st they have pps and we love it. If you get rig of  Double Geometric Method I would come back I bet mmpool would be running about 5,000 Th/s insted of 15. Food for thought. Please reply if you agree.
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October 03, 2015, 04:06:54 AM
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I love the idea of mmpool and my friends and I have mined on it but we left because we hate the  Double Geometric Method. I don't need to merry a mining pool. I like to keep my options open. With this hash rate Hashrate (Th/s) 15.03 I am not the only one. I hop from bitminter to eligius.st they have pps and we love it. If you get rig of  Double Geometric Method I would come back I bet mmpool would be running about 5,000 Th/s insted of 15. Food for thought. Please reply if you agree.

It is not what is wrong here. right now pool is getting ddos'd again.  The problem is if you are a top miner like I am and have 4 or 5 btc riding on each block ddos kills the action.

I spent .1 btc with nicehash today and my rejection rate was 50% or more.

strictly due to ddos attacks.

Other then the pool owner I have to be the biggest person here. I don't mind sending coin via nice hash and my own miners.

but when the hash can't be sent and I am looking at a 4 btc payout I get annoyed.

I am not the only one. I had a private address which is now not working and the secondary backup is cutting my hash in half.

Last block I spent 13 coins.  this block 2 or 2.5

I would spend more but with a 50% rejection rate why bother.  I end up paying 2x the price to mine here.
I believe in this type of pool but with the constant attacks against my pockets are only so deep I just can't pay 2x the price to mine here.

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October 03, 2015, 09:39:36 AM
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I love the idea of mmpool and my friends and I have mined on it but we left because we hate the  Double Geometric Method. I don't need to merry a mining pool. I like to keep my options open. With this hash rate Hashrate (Th/s) 15.03 I am not the only one. I hop from bitminter to eligius.st they have pps and we love it. If you get rig of  Double Geometric Method I would come back I bet mmpool would be running about 5,000 Th/s insted of 15. Food for thought. Please reply if you agree.
I understand that some miners don't like DGM. The pool won't go to PPS as that's a disaster without huge reserves.

I'm open to implementing an optional PPLNS mining end point. Miners that use that get PPLNS, miners that don't continue to use DGM.

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October 03, 2015, 09:42:10 AM
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It is not what is wrong here. right now pool is getting ddos'd again.  The problem is if you are a top miner like I am and have 4 or 5 btc riding on each block ddos kills the action.
I agree - stability, or lack thereof, due to the recent attacks is a major issue. The pool was supposed to fallover to a different mining interface but failed to do that in this most recent instance you encountered. I've fixed that and hope it'll do better when it happens again.

It's definitely getting demoralizing - even for me!

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October 03, 2015, 01:16:44 PM
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It is not what is wrong here. right now pool is getting ddos'd again.  The problem is if you are a top miner like I am and have 4 or 5 btc riding on each block ddos kills the action.
I agree - stability, or lack thereof, due to the recent attacks is a major issue. The pool was supposed to fallover to a different mining interface but failed to do that in this most recent instance you encountered. I've fixed that and hope it'll do better when it happens again.

It's definitely getting demoralizing - even for me!


still not working rejects are huge.



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October 04, 2015, 06:08:47 AM
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still not working rejects are huge.
Fixed the rejects issue - I'm haven't worked out why it happened yet but I'm looking into it.

Edit: Maybe not - seeing it with nicehash, but not with solo. Still looking.

Edit 2: nicehash seems to have stabailized for me - I'll do more testing today and monitor it.

Edit 3: And it's rejecting again. A bit closer to identifying the issue at least.

Edit 4: Made a change to try to fix the rejects that occurred in edit 3. Monitoring.

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October 04, 2015, 12:33:23 PM
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still not working rejects are huge.
Fixed the rejects issue - I'm haven't worked out why it happened yet but I'm looking into it.

Edit: Maybe not - seeing it with nicehash, but not with solo. Still looking.

Edit 2: nicehash seems to have stabailized for me - I'll do more testing today and monitor it.

Edit 3: And it's rejecting again. A bit closer to identifying the issue at least.

Edit 4: Made a change to try to fix the rejects that occurred in edit 3. Monitoring.

okay my small in house testing is 2 sidehack sticks clocked to 12gh each which means I should get 24000 at your pool.

Over night I went from 12,000 to 24,171  so that is a good sign.

BTW to all of you that say usb sticks are a dumb idea here is an example of how to use a usb mining stick to help test.

I am sending in some nicehash/westhash rental.

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October 05, 2015, 01:56:41 AM
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It is not what is wrong here. right now pool is getting ddos'd again.  The problem is if you are a top miner like I am and have 4 or 5 btc riding on each block ddos kills the action.
I agree - stability, or lack thereof, due to the recent attacks is a major issue. The pool was supposed to fallover to a different mining interface but failed to do that in this most recent instance you encountered. I've fixed that and hope it'll do better when it happens again.

It's definitely getting demoralizing - even for me!
PPLNS is GREAT do you think you are going to do it?
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October 05, 2015, 10:14:22 PM
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PPLNS is GREAT do you think you are going to do it?
I'm looking into it - I'm unsure how much implementation effort it is at this stage.

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October 09, 2015, 06:28:10 PM
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Is this pool pretty much dead because of the attacks?

Would I be wasting my time to continue to mine at this point?

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