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December 02, 2019, 01:57:26 AM
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Lol, network hashrate tripled in just 2 days
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December 02, 2019, 02:10:05 AM
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Lol, network hashrate tripled in just 2 days


And my Mobo/Mem isn't even here yet dammit!
Electric is ~$.16 here as well.

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December 02, 2019, 08:31:45 AM
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Lol, network hashrate tripled in just 2 days

Since it's easier to mine it, I fear the Monero price will fall even more  Sad
Oh well, happy mining everybody.





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December 02, 2019, 08:58:02 AM
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Since it's easier to mine it, I fear the Monero price will fall even more  Sad
Oh well, happy mining everybody.
Why RandomX makes Monero becoming easier to mine? If it is not the truth, I think when FUDs go away, Monero will rise up again. I have still don't really catch the ideas and technical changes behind RandomX and what type of dramatical breaking things on Monero network as well as on estimated profits for miners.

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December 02, 2019, 11:20:56 AM
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Lol, network hashrate tripled in just 2 days

Yeah did not think it would rise this much this fast. Making it very difficult for a new small pool to find a block. If you have some extras hashes please send them our way, just put up a 1 XMR bounty for first block finder at fungibly.xyz.
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December 02, 2019, 12:33:32 PM
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This fork is some kind of joke? After 12 hours network hashrate only grow up and difficulty too. Another scam for private fpga miners/botnets.

Pretty sure there isn't a FPGA for RandomX. What we are seeing is a ton of CPUs hitting it, and pretty hard. Guess all those Ryzen and Threadrippers are having a good day. Profit went down considerably throughout the day.

Are you kidding? How they can have  "good day" if quantity of miners is growing up and difficalty too? They can mine same amount with previous algo. Brainless fork.

Hashrate per unit of energy expended is significantly higher for RandomX. That's why the hashrate and difficulty are increasing.

This. My hashrate almost tripled with half the power, using only CPU, instead of CPU + 2 Vega's 56.
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December 02, 2019, 04:38:19 PM
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This. My hashrate almost tripled with half the power, using only CPU, instead of CPU + 2 Vega's 56.
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Be careful with buying GPU's for Monero mining, RandomX algo is coming soon and it will make GPU's very inefficient.
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December 02, 2019, 06:47:51 PM
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This. My hashrate almost tripled with half the power, using only CPU, instead of CPU + 2 Vega's 56.
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Be careful with buying GPU's for Monero mining, RandomX algo is coming soon and it will make GPU's very inefficient.


He made that point as per the bolded.

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December 02, 2019, 11:53:12 PM
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earlier today i made a post in the help section
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5206319.0

but someone suggested Id have better luck here.

I upgraded my wallet to 0.15.0.1 on the 30th.  But I don't know if the upgrade was supposed to give me a new receiving addy because i still have the same one and it no longer seems to be working on miningpoolhub.com. I can no longer add the characters I receive from my wallet's primary addy under receive.

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- Monero hardforked. Update your miner as it needs new algo named RandomX Learn more
  New monero doesn't support payment id type address anymore. (If you inserted address with dot before, then you are using payment id address type)
  Monero payouts are resumed. XMR related auto exchanges are paused as Bittrex does not accept XMR deposits and withdrawals yet.
but i dont know what they are asking for

Id like to withdraw the xmr from my acc but im not sure what miningpoolhub wants me to copy paste into the payment address box because the line of characters the wallet provides, which is the same as before i upgraded btw,  generates the "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address" when i try an add it.

any advice, suggestions to try would be greatly appreciated
TIA
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December 03, 2019, 11:59:33 AM
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earlier today i made a post in the help section
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5206319.0

but someone suggested Id have better luck here.

I upgraded my wallet to 0.15.0.1 on the 30th.  But I don't know if the upgrade was supposed to give me a new receiving addy because i still have the same one and it no longer seems to be working on miningpoolhub.com. I can no longer add the characters I receive from my wallet's primary addy under receive.

the pool has this posted
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- Monero hardforked. Update your miner as it needs new algo named RandomX Learn more
  New monero doesn't support payment id type address anymore. (If you inserted address with dot before, then you are using payment id address type)
  Monero payouts are resumed. XMR related auto exchanges are paused as Bittrex does not accept XMR deposits and withdrawals yet.
but i dont know what they are asking for

Id like to withdraw the xmr from my acc but im not sure what miningpoolhub wants me to copy paste into the payment address box because the line of characters the wallet provides, which is the same as before i upgraded btw,  generates the "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address" when i try an add it.

any advice, suggestions to try would be greatly appreciated
TIA

[1] The wallet address won't change during an upgrade.

[2] For the withdrawal, are you trying to use an address that starts with an 8?

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December 03, 2019, 04:37:36 PM
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[2] For the withdrawal, are you trying to use an address that starts with an 8?

at first in my wallet app next to receive I was using the primary address listed as #0 and the first number was a 4.

but eventually i decided to click the little plus next to "create new address" and i named it test so it reads as #1test and does begin with an 8.

to be clear I now have a #0 primary that starts with 4 and #1 test that starts with 8. however both give me the same error result on the pool's monero wallet page "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address" when i try to add either
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December 03, 2019, 07:41:43 PM
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[2] For the withdrawal, are you trying to use an address that starts with an 8?

at first in my wallet app next to receive I was using the primary address listed as #0 and the first number was a 4.

but eventually i decided to click the little plus next to "create new address" and i named it test so it reads as #1test and does begin with an 8.

to be clear I now have a #0 primary that starts with 4 and #1 test that starts with 8. however both give me the same error result on the pool's monero wallet page "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address" when i try to add either

The primary address (that starts with a 4) should work. Can you check whether the address you paste on the mining pool is valid? You can use this tool:

https://xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html

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December 03, 2019, 09:50:45 PM
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[2] For the withdrawal, are you trying to use an address that starts with an 8?

at first in my wallet app next to receive I was using the primary address listed as #0 and the first number was a 4.

but eventually i decided to click the little plus next to "create new address" and i named it test so it reads as #1test and does begin with an 8.

to be clear I now have a #0 primary that starts with 4 and #1 test that starts with 8. however both give me the same error result on the pool's monero wallet page "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address" when i try to add either

The primary address (that starts with a 4) should work. Can you check whether the address you paste on the mining pool is valid? You can use this tool:

https://xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html

check address says
Yes! This is a valid Standard XMR address. (in green txt)
maybe I'll wait a week and try to add the address again i guess.
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December 04, 2019, 03:56:46 AM
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[2] For the withdrawal, are you trying to use an address that starts with an 8?

at first in my wallet app next to receive I was using the primary address listed as #0 and the first number was a 4.

but eventually i decided to click the little plus next to "create new address" and i named it test so it reads as #1test and does begin with an 8.

to be clear I now have a #0 primary that starts with 4 and #1 test that starts with 8. however both give me the same error result on the pool's monero wallet page "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address" when i try to add either

The primary address (that starts with a 4) should work. Can you check whether the address you paste on the mining pool is valid? You can use this tool:

https://xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html

check address says
Yes! This is a valid Standard XMR address. (in green txt)
maybe I'll wait a week and try to add the address again i guess.


Make sure there are no spaces before or after the address you are trying to paste in.
 A space " " before an address will not be visible to you but most coders don't check for and remove them in their field code.

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[2] For the withdrawal, are you trying to use an address that starts with an 8?

at first in my wallet app next to receive I was using the primary address listed as #0 and the first number was a 4.

but eventually i decided to click the little plus next to "create new address" and i named it test so it reads as #1test and does begin with an 8.

to be clear I now have a #0 primary that starts with 4 and #1 test that starts with 8. however both give me the same error result on the pool's monero wallet page "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address" when i try to add either

The primary address (that starts with a 4) should work. Can you check whether the address you paste on the mining pool is valid? You can use this tool:

https://xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html

check address says
Yes! This is a valid Standard XMR address. (in green txt)
maybe I'll wait a week and try to add the address again i guess.

That indicates you are using a valid address. Have you tried contacting the pool's support?

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December 04, 2019, 05:28:52 PM
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Hello, fellow miners!

Pool monero.miner.rocks
operates on rx/0 algo fork and welcomes you to join

Features:
- email notifications of workers down
- stats and hashrate chart per worker
- PPLNS reward scheme for rounds shorter than hour, PROP scheme for longer rounds, PPLNS window is 60 minutes
- income history of last 24h, of each day of last 7 days, unmatured incomes
- integrated address, subaddress supported
- adjustable payment threshold
- every port supports secure SSL/TLS connection as well as insecure one
- static diff supported, see static diff calculator
- multiple daemons, to prevent downtime in case of daemon stuck
- height checks, to prevent mining on forked chain
- sample configs for rx/0 supported mining apps
- ports: 3333 (cpu), 5555 (gpu), 7777 (rig)

PPLNS fee: 0.9%

Location: Europe

Welcome & Lucky Mining!

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December 05, 2019, 02:57:59 AM
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Just posted a Updated Monero Mining vid, let me know what you all think:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vJ-e0KHY8E
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December 06, 2019, 05:34:49 PM
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I really like Monero and i love the fact that the gui works with Tails OS, but don‘t you think it would be time for an easy to update/upgrade Debian package? I do not know how much work is behind this but for users like me, that need the wallet one or two times a month, it needs time to get all working after every version update.
Would be nice to see this working automated and quick by apt-upgrade.

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December 06, 2019, 07:22:31 PM
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Hi, here in Croatia the state is using backdoor build into operating system to activate malware to bottleneck HDD and do not allow people to sync blockchain or it takes a lot of time to do that.. The state is using brain-computer interface to read your thoughts and passwords from my brain and using backdoor in operating system to get to my wallet and stealing cryptocurrency like that... I lost XMR and I lost BTC like that.. They stole my bitcoin talk account like that and I cannot get that back.. They can manipulate the whole brain like that and modify emotions, pain, simulate illnesses that produce reactions on the body and they cause cancer to develop using this technology.. Crooked state...
They can steal money from bank reading your credit card numbers, so it not safe to keep your money in bank..
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December 06, 2019, 08:07:15 PM
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Loving the shift to CPU, since I am running a small to medium size CPU farm. Another side benefits, maybe the top Gaming GPUs will finally be less expensive and more available. Next level stuff I am waiting for is the 64 core Ryzen that was leaked, that thing is a beast on steroids!
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