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January 31, 2018, 05:12:49 AM
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I would like to take a stab at renting

you are at 262,000

you need to be at 1,000,000

can you add  port 3334 and set to 1,200,000








I thought the pool would automatically adjust the diff higher and higher.  Out of curiosity:  Is there an upper limit to the automatic adjustments?  Or was it just taking to long to climb that high?

nice hash is not that nice Grin

I wish  op would set port 3334 to 2,000,000 diff 
every time I drop off and lose the rental it costs 0.0001 penalty  that is about 1 dollar 

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January 31, 2018, 04:16:07 PM
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Thanks for the extra info and screenshots.
My experience at miningrigrentals.com was a bit different than your experience at nicehash. 
The rented rigs were taking some time for the difficulty to climb. 
There were some alarming stats on the rig status page for the first few minutes since the hash rate was low due to the low initial diff. 
But it eventually got up to speed and the hash rate reached the max for the rig once the diff automatically adjusted.
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January 31, 2018, 05:08:49 PM
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Thanks for the extra info and screenshots.
My experience at miningrigrentals.com was a bit different than your experience at nicehash.  
The rented rigs were taking some time for the difficulty to climb.  
There were some alarming stats on the rig status page for the first few minutes since the hash rate was low due to the low initial diff.  
But it eventually got up to speed and the hash rate reached the max for the rig once the diff automatically adjusted.

yeah  mrr  may not have that diff set to 1,000,000  as a requirement.

my problem with them is rental price is very high  like .00001110  vs .00000980

so I don't use them.

Note  bravo mining is the other small pool I promote they adjusted and I can now mine there again.

please make a port say 3334 with 2,000,000 diff for large rentals here


read from here down on the bravo mining thread  he fixed his 3334 port for high rentals

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1330452.msg29285675#msg29285675

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February 04, 2018, 05:50:28 PM
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Mmpool,,

Please get in touch with me.
I would like to transfer my UNO coins out of the pool.

Thank you.

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February 10, 2018, 09:56:54 PM
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Let's find that block!

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February 13, 2018, 01:52:06 PM
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I would like to take a stab at renting

you are at 262,000

you need to be at 1,000,000

can you add  port 3334 and set to 1,200,000








I thought the pool would automatically adjust the diff higher and higher.  Out of curiosity:  Is there an upper limit to the automatic adjustments?  Or was it just taking to long to climb that high?



nice hash is not that nice Grin

I wish  op would set port 3334 to 2,000,000 diff  
every time I drop off and lose the rental it costs 0.0001 penalty  that is about 1 dollar  




Any news about the diff changes ?

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February 15, 2018, 02:27:06 AM
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Don’t know

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February 20, 2018, 08:03:17 PM
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Don’t know


What is the hash rate of the mining rigs that are needing a higher diff?
Just asking since the pools has 800 Th running today
Seems like I saw 2 Ph last month also

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February 21, 2018, 02:15:26 AM
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Don’t know


What is the hash rate of the mining rigs that are needing a higher diff?
Just asking since the pools has 800 Th running today
Seems like I saw 2 Ph last month also

this has nothing to do with hash rates  it has to do with nicehash insisting on mmpool  using a starting diff of 1,096,000

the only way this works is mop.org need to have two ports

:3333

:3334 diff of  1,100,000

I won't rent from anyone but nicehash.  I can no longer rent and point here.

bravo-mining  setup a port with a lower diff 3333
and a port with a higher diff :3334

So I rent there once in a while.

Would like to point here  at end of week if possible.
I get that  a diff set to 1,096,000 is too high  for most miners
it is not for a nice hash rental.

so the fix is

port 3333 low diff or variable diff
port 3334 high diff

I used to not mind nice hash bumping a  rental and charging a 0.0001 fee  but that is now $1.11 So I don't rent for this pool any more at all.

I would do one if a new port with a high diff is set till then oh well.

I have over 7000 usd coming to me if anyone hits a block

3   71602a00   0.50541872   0.00000000   36,161,891,903   0

7   c932f3ed   0.22751469   0.00000000   14,713,948,350   0

that is more the .73 btc

maybe the lead hasher hits now with his 800th rental

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February 22, 2018, 03:48:35 PM
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Don’t know


What is the hash rate of the mining rigs that are needing a higher diff?
Just asking since the pools has 800 Th running today
Seems like I saw 2 Ph last month also

this has nothing to do with hash rates  it has to do with nicehash insisting on mmpool  using a starting diff of 1,096,000

the only way this works is mop.org need to have two ports

:3333

:3334 diff of  1,100,000

I won't rent from anyone but nicehash.  I can no longer rent and point here.

bravo-mining  setup a port with a lower diff 3333
and a port with a higher diff :3334

So I rent there once in a while.

Would like to point here  at end of week if possible.
I get that  a diff set to 1,096,000 is too high  for most miners
it is not for a nice hash rental.

so the fix is

port 3333 low diff or variable diff
port 3334 high diff

I used to not mind nice hash bumping a  rental and charging a 0.0001 fee  but that is now $1.11 So I don't rent for this pool any more at all.

I would do one if a new port with a high diff is set till then oh well.

I have over 7000 usd coming to me if anyone hits a block

3   71602a00   0.50541872   0.00000000   36,161,891,903   0

7   c932f3ed   0.22751469   0.00000000   14,713,948,350   0

that is more the .73 btc

maybe the lead hasher hits now with his 800th rental




Have not heard from mmpool yet this year!
But setting up a new high-diff port sounds like a good feature
I also see a few rigs at miningrigrentals.com that require high diff and it would be great to rent a couple of Petahash for a while and point it at this pool


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February 23, 2018, 03:49:19 PM
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So still looks to be not fixed.

but I tried anyway.

So what will happen is I will get dropped off  and lose that 0.0001

This pool is dying from neglect sad so sad.

And i am willing to point gear here like a s-9  but without the ability to rent every once in a while from nice hash the pool is dying for me.

once it drops off I will post screen shots but mmpool stopped posting so this has pretty much died.  he has not posted since dec 12 2017

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March 01, 2018, 03:09:27 PM
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This pool is dying from neglect sad so sad.


Pool hash rate is 0 !

Cannot connect today

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March 01, 2018, 03:47:17 PM
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This pool is dying from neglect sad so sad.


Pool hash rate is 0 !

Cannot connect today

I wonder if he has abandoned the pool?

No posts  for months 

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March 02, 2018, 12:11:26 AM
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This pool is dying from neglect sad so sad.


Pool hash rate is 0 !

Cannot connect today

I wonder if he has abandoned the pool?

No posts  for months 


Pool hash rate is up again
Looks like the pool is still working
Would be nice to hear about it


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March 03, 2018, 05:03:59 PM
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I tried to mine with an old miner and I am unable to connect, are you guys having the same issues with more modern miners? Its a shame this pool never became more popular, it was one of the better ones around with all the merge mined coins.

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March 03, 2018, 05:51:42 PM
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Right now 18 active miners putting in shares. I'm right at the bottom.  Cool

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March 04, 2018, 01:14:47 AM
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I tried to mine with an old miner and I am unable to connect, are you guys having the same issues with more modern miners? Its a shame this pool never became more popular, it was one of the better ones around with all the merge mined coins.

Had some connection issues on March 1 but seems to be ok now with old miners and new miners

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March 05, 2018, 12:17:50 AM
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I tried to mine with an old miner and I am unable to connect, are you guys having the same issues with more modern miners? Its a shame this pool never became more popular, it was one of the better ones around with all the merge mined coins.

Had some connection issues on March 1 but seems to be ok now with old miners and new miners


Thanks, I just tried it again and it started working after about thirty minutes or so. Hopefully more activity on this pool will encourage others to join and the dev to update about the pools status.

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March 14, 2018, 03:41:05 AM
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28 active miners right now. Not a bad thing...

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March 31, 2018, 01:56:58 PM
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Problem with the web site?  No hashing being reported on the web stats page.

Edit:  They're back now.

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