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September 11, 2017, 11:24:52 PM
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Block 484629 was found by a5d78fff earning them an additional 1.75135770 BTC from the transactions fees for the block. Coins are now available for withdrawal.

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September 11, 2017, 11:37:41 PM
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Block 484629 was found by a5d78fff earning them an additional 1.75135770 BTC from the transactions fees for the block. Coins are now available for withdrawal.

thanks

my account has been paid. I am awaiting confirms

I now have a confirm.

I just collected 1673 usd

And of course missed the tx fees again.



@ cassini  

 run  a lot at the pool tonight please

nicehash is at .2766 for europe

pop 10p for a bit please.

I think you will hit one.

good I see you are pushing the hash up thanks.

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September 12, 2017, 12:55:10 AM
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run  a lot at the pool tonight please

nicehash is at .2766 for europe

pop 10p for a bit please.

I think you will hit one.
Hmm, what makes you believe that I'll find another one just by running 10P for a few hours? I can try though. 0.2760 is indeed lower than the current break-even price.

BTW, it seems the Difficulty problems are solved now. Even a small 0.05 order starts working instantly. 0.05 causes a lot of friction, though. Which is a result of nh's distribution algo, I think. 0.25 PH/s is probably the lowest hashrate that works efficiently.

P.S.: Still not one single mmpool block on the Namecoin blockchain in sight ...  Cry
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September 12, 2017, 01:52:47 AM
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run  a lot at the pool tonight please

nicehash is at .2766 for europe

pop 10p for a bit please.

I think you will hit one.
Hmm, what makes you believe that I'll find another one just by running 10P for a few hours? I can try though. 0.2760 is indeed lower than the current break-even price.

BTW, it seems the Difficulty problems are solved now. Even a small 0.05 order starts working instantly. 0.05 causes a lot of friction, though. Which is a result of nh's distribution algo, I think. 0.25 PH/s is probably the lowest hashrate that works efficiently.

P.S.: Still not one single mmpool block on the Namecoin blockchain in sight ...  Cry

I had a friend back in the 70s he was lucky like you.

That's why I think you would hit a quick block.

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October 28, 2017, 09:08:22 PM
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I created a mining order on nicehash and it keeps dying saying "pool difficulty too low".  How do I fix this issue?

Order # 4667267

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3camnO8v_VXU1FyV2l4Snd0eVU

Is the mmpool server located in the US or Europe?
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October 28, 2017, 10:59:15 PM
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I created a mining order on nicehash and it keeps dying saying "pool difficulty too low".  How do I fix this issue?

Order # 4667267



Is the mmpool server located in the US or Europe?

pool op needs to up  the diff he uses
better yet  just give use 2 mining address one for under 10th and one for over 10th

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October 29, 2017, 12:02:37 AM
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Is the mmpool server located in the US or Europe?
Don't worry about location. In the past I've found blocks for mmpool via both US as well as Europe orders.

I created a mining order on nicehash and it keeps dying saying "pool difficulty too low".
Same problem here. Nicehash frequently change the starting and/or working difficulty, therefore:
@mmpool, is there a chance we get a parameter "initial difficulty" or similar? We need a solution for a reliable nh compatibility. On the other hand we don't want to exclude the small miners and hardware owners who need lower Difficulty values.
Alternatively, see philipma1957's idea (2 mining addresses).
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October 29, 2017, 12:41:29 AM
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ok, so for now all I can do is let it continue until it finishes?

New min difficulty should be >= 262144
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October 29, 2017, 04:53:49 PM
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ok, so for now all I can do is let it continue until it finishes?
Keep an eye on the current Delta value of the order. If it is higher than 2 % then you lose money because of frequently rejected bridges (caused by the Difficulty issue). In this case you better delete the order, and don't create new orders before mmpool finds a fix. Deleting an order automatically gets you a refund for the unused BTC amount of that order.
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October 29, 2017, 05:14:04 PM
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Well crap...too late now my second BTC order is just about done.  I pretty much broke even.  Is it even possible to hit a block with an S7 anymore?
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October 29, 2017, 07:45:30 PM
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Well crap...too late now my second BTC order is just about done.  I pretty much broke even.  Is it even possible to hit a block with an S7 anymore?

sure   just very unlikely.

4700/10,399,832,230

or 2,212,730 to 1  chance for each block

 about 15,366 to 1 each day -----------------1 s7

47 th is about 1537 to one each day ------- 10 s7

470 th is about  153.7 to one each day ---- 100 s7

4700 th is about 15.37 to one each day ---  1000 s7

I wish op would make 3   ports

   3333 for under  10th   say    8000 diff
   3334 for 10th to 50th  say  32000 diff
   3335 for            50th   say 320000 diff

I like to point my sidehack compac stick here 24/7/365  they add to 32000 gh . 32gh

 and drop out a lot

stratum+tcp://stratum.bravo-mining.com:3333   philipma1957.two x

I am showing Jonny’s pool cause he is doing a couple of ports so my four usb sticks do not drop out with his pool.

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October 30, 2017, 12:11:28 AM
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I like to point my sidehack compac stick here 24/7/365  they add to 32000 gh and drop out a lot

stratum+tcp://stratum.bravo-mining.com:3333   philipma1957.two x
While I appreciate the shout out, you're posting on the MMPool thread, Phil Smiley

PS - if you really *do* point your 32000GH (are you sure you got that number right - that's 32TH) to my pool, then there's a serious issue... since I've never seen you on my pool 24/7/365.  I see you on there quite a bit with rentals, but not a constant 32TH.

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October 30, 2017, 05:07:25 AM
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I like to point my sidehack compac stick here 24/7/365  they add to 32000 gh and drop out a lot

stratum+tcp://stratum.bravo-mining.com:3333   philipma1957.two x
While I appreciate the shout out, you're posting on the MMPool thread, Phil Smiley

PS - if you really *do* point your 32000GH (are you sure you got that number right - that's 32TH) to my pool, then there's a serious issue... since I've never seen you on my pool 24/7/365.  I see you on there quite a bit with rentals, but not a constant 32TH.

I like your pool and his pool.

I point hash at both quite a bit.

At this time I have lost the ability to keep hashing at mmpool.

And I have the ability to mine on yours small like sticks or big with rentals.

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October 30, 2017, 11:57:40 PM
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@philipma1957 where did you get the number 15,366 from in your post above?  Are your stick miners the Gekko 2pac sticks?
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October 31, 2017, 03:03:50 AM
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@philipma1957 where did you get the number 15,366 from in your post above?  Are your stick miners the Gekko 2pac sticks?

I have four sticks three compacs and a two pac

Mmpool.org
Bravo-mining
Cksolopool

All have bonus if you hit a block.

So I point the sticks at these pools.

At the moment mmpool is not working well with low hash or high rentals.

I am hoping it is fixed.

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November 01, 2017, 03:18:48 AM
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 The hot wallet is being topped up and the BTC should be available for withdraw when that's done.
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November 02, 2017, 07:09:16 AM
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The hot wallet is being topped up and the BTC should be available for withdraw when that's done.
Did you post in the wrong thread?

I bumped the minimum difficulty up for nicehash but it sounds like there are still issues. I'll look at running a higher difficulty port specifically for nicehash.

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November 03, 2017, 12:14:12 AM
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The hot wallet is being topped up and the BTC should be available for withdraw when that's done.
Did you post in the wrong thread?

I bumped the minimum difficulty up for nicehash but it sounds like there are still issues. I'll look at running a higher difficulty port specifically for nicehash.


yeah  maybe   50th  and higher with a special port

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November 08, 2017, 01:35:42 AM
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Note 2016-07-14: The pool continues to mine bitcoins but merge mining is temporarily disabled. No alt coins are currently being mined. Due to issues with the upgrade to recent bitcoin daemons and out of date alt coin code the pool needs some code changes before it can be re-enabled. This work is currently underway.

mmpool.org allows you to merge mine for a number of different bitcoin-derived virtual currencies. The pool provides the Pay Per Share (PPS) method for the alternate merge mined coins and the Double Geometric Method at a 1.5% fee for the bitcoin portion of the reward. Transaction fees in mined blocks are awarded to the miner that found the block. A portion of the DGM reward is paid out as PPS to provide a regular BTC income during long blocks.

  • Stratum protocol for mining mmpool.org:3333
  • DGM reward method
  • All transaction fees paid to miner that finds the block
  • No withdrawal fees
  • 1.5% fee for bitcoin rewards
  • Variable difficulty mining with automatic adjustment
  • Temporarily disabled: Merge mining with Namecoin, Ixcoin, Devcoin, I0coin, Groupcoin, Unobtanium and Syscoin 2.0
  • Simple registration. Just provide your coin payout addresses for the coins you want to receive.
  • Access via TOR using hidden service phkttm64gbquasaq.onion
  • Hashrate and block found monitoring available by the excellent bitmonitor service.

The pool broadcasts updates via bitmessage on address BM-NBs7aHtbw6x7beefygEC4Cv6Rsp2dZni and receives support requests on that same address. Email is actioned at admin@mmpool.org.


Nice pool. Hope to see more people in it!
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November 08, 2017, 08:47:43 AM
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ive just plugged in my old sp20e and its connected to mmpool very easily but my stats arent showing on the webpage.

any ideas or updates i mightve missed or ??



e2a - after hours of fiddling, and within seconds of posting, my hashrate has appeared.

how do i see/change what address i used for payouts?

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