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May 13, 2014, 10:10:02 PM
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Anyone have a Points per day to payout calculator made up yet? Just want a rough idea of what I may be looking at. Currently at 463k points per day. Still some more tweaking to do.
I can say 1 thing: with such a big difficulty and such a low price Curecoin is NOT PROFITABLE (I mean folding). You receive less than mining DOGE.

I disagree. I was mining DOGE before this and was getting between 2500 to 5000 DOGE / day. That's max $2.50 per day at $0.0005 per.

My first day of folding I received 24 CURE. Ppl have already sold CURE on C-Cex for 0.002 BTC. That's ~$1.00 per CURE assuming $500 per BTC. That means I earned $24 in one day. A ten-fold increase.

That said, the returns are rapidly decreasing as more ppl point their rigs to folding and the total pool PPD goes up, and we don't know when it will level off yet. Also I think it's too early to assign a dollar value to CURE as the volume of trading is still very low.

With my 7950 according to a dogecoin mining calculator I would get $1.12 in revenue daily.

Curecoin I'm getting around 5 a day even with the huge folding jump. There are buy orders for 0.00325 BTC (and increasing) which means that folding would still be getting me $9/day. 9 times as much!


And that's not counting that folding is much better value wise to society and the price is rapidly increasing with it as a new coin while Dogecoin is dying.
I put on folding some of my rigs (~20 Mh in scrypt) and receive 24 CUR after 1.5 days of folding (speed ~2.5 mil PPD).
I'll wait for tomorrow payment, but for now folding is NOT PROFITABLE Sad

2.5 million PPD would get you a lot more than 24 CUR in 1.5 days unless you haven't set it up probably - i.e. its probably bottlenecking because scrypt rigs don't need a high end CPU but for scrypt mining you need 1 core CPU per GPU plus an extra backup core.

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May 13, 2014, 10:32:49 PM
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I can't find the thread someone posted a while ago with the folding tweaking guide. I want to post it on some other forum. Anyone have a link handy?

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May 13, 2014, 10:40:07 PM
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I can't find the thread someone posted a while ago with the mining tweaking guide. I want to post it on some other forum. Anyone have a link handy?

Not sure which guide exactly you are looking for but here's one for scrypt mining:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1461916/tutorial-ultimate-guide-to-tweaking-amd-cgminer-3-7-2-kalroth-edition-sgminer-instructions-included-aswell-get-the-most-hash-out-of-your-gpu

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May 13, 2014, 10:57:23 PM
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I'll wait for tomorrow payment, but for now folding is NOT PROFITABLE Sad

You might can have that opinion about CureCoin.

But folding as such was never made for profitability. It is per concept a volunteering distributed computing project to increase our knowledge about the "misbehavior" of proteins. Folding existed before CureCoin for many years with an amazing contribution from a number of great folding teams. With individuals reaching 2bn points or making 10mPPD, each day: for free ! for us !

We should not make the mistake and focusing only on profit. There might be other opportunities.
Folding is different.
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May 13, 2014, 10:59:29 PM
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I can't find the thread someone posted a while ago with the mining tweaking guide. I want to post it on some other forum. Anyone have a link handy?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=606795.new#new

That's my guide.

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May 13, 2014, 11:01:26 PM
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Yup so once again at 23:00 UTC my account was credited. I have automatic payouts on this time so I'll see how that works.

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May 13, 2014, 11:02:18 PM
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Is there a way to see other user's PPD on Cryptobullions? I'd like to compare my currently PPD's to other user's to gestimate a pay-out, as well to see how I stack up to the other users. As of now, my WU's haven't been submitted from what I can see. I know this can take 24 hours so I'm not questioning that. User name is Capttech

Here's the user list:

http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_list.php?s=&t=224497

This site updates every 3hrs. It should give you a *rough* idea on payouts, as all user names between the pool and actual PPD submission are the same. But do note that the pool scrapes the data at different intervals.
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May 13, 2014, 11:18:02 PM
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I can't find the thread someone posted a while ago with the mining tweaking guide. I want to post it on some other forum. Anyone have a link handy?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=606795.new#new

That's my guide.

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May 13, 2014, 11:25:32 PM
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More a great coin.

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May 13, 2014, 11:55:45 PM
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We need more support on the buying end buy as it gets harder to mine like it is we'll probably start to see more of that.

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May 14, 2014, 12:10:37 AM
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how many exchanges are there for this at the moment? Also anyone else been mining for 3 days with no coins?

I had no actual coins and nothing showing on the pool after 3 days too - last hour or so i do get some data though saying estimated payout on the pool, no coins yet, seems to be varying delays for different people.  would be good to understand how the pool picks up the WU from F@H i hope this isn't a manual process lol Smiley

What is your username on F@H? And what is your estimated PPD and payout?
Also need something like this many many pts got you this many coins....Miners like stats...If the pool has this information im unaware of it...
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May 14, 2014, 12:14:03 AM
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FYI, current rate is 12,686 points / curecoin as of this last payout (give or take).
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May 14, 2014, 01:25:39 AM
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My 280x stays in 2d clocks when running folding i did some searching but can't find a solution, anyone else come across this and knows how to fix it?
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May 14, 2014, 02:37:38 AM
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What's the coin limit?

28,000,000.~

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May 14, 2014, 03:16:39 AM
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For anyone wondering about the payout delays and such, I'll tell you how mine worked for an example.

I started folding on May 10th and my work units usually take about 15 hours so probably completed some time May 11th (I was not home for the weekend so wasn't monitoring and don't remember exact time I started folding or ETA).

Yesterday, May 12th, during the afternoon (~19:00 UTC), on cryptobullionpools, I was seeing my PPD (120k) and expected payout (~24.7 CURE), and had an account balance of 0.000...CUR.

At 23:00 UTC last night (May 12th) my account was credited with the exact amount expected (24.67...), and I performed a cash out.

I just received my cash-out to my wallet at 18:00 UTC today (May 13th). Also, cryptobullionpools is showing 100k PPD for the day and an expected payout of ~11 coins. Account balance is 0.

So it seems accounts are credited at 23:00 UTC for work completed >24 hours earlier, and cashouts are handled at 18:00 UTC.

This is disheartening. I've been folding since May 10th at about 5PM PST at 300k PPD and only have 18 coins.

The cryptobullions pool is only showing my PPD as 72k, why is this?

I love this idea and it's clear that it's worthwhile given that the CureCoin team is the #1 folding team in only three days. There needs to be more information provided for the payouts though.
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May 14, 2014, 03:23:31 AM
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For anyone wondering about the payout delays and such, I'll tell you how mine worked for an example.

I started folding on May 10th and my work units usually take about 15 hours so probably completed some time May 11th (I was not home for the weekend so wasn't monitoring and don't remember exact time I started folding or ETA).

Yesterday, May 12th, during the afternoon (~19:00 UTC), on cryptobullionpools, I was seeing my PPD (120k) and expected payout (~24.7 CURE), and had an account balance of 0.000...CUR.

At 23:00 UTC last night (May 12th) my account was credited with the exact amount expected (24.67...), and I performed a cash out.

I just received my cash-out to my wallet at 18:00 UTC today (May 13th). Also, cryptobullionpools is showing 100k PPD for the day and an expected payout of ~11 coins. Account balance is 0.

So it seems accounts are credited at 23:00 UTC for work completed >24 hours earlier, and cashouts are handled at 18:00 UTC.

This is disheartening. I've been folding since May 10th at about 5PM PST at 300k PPD and only have 18 coins.

I love this idea and it's clear that it's worthwhile given that the CureCoin team is the #1 folding team in only three days. There needs to be more information provided for the payouts though.

Isn't 18 coins a big profit compared to other coins right now with the exchanges prices?
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May 14, 2014, 03:26:13 AM
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For anyone wondering about the payout delays and such, I'll tell you how mine worked for an example.

I started folding on May 10th and my work units usually take about 15 hours so probably completed some time May 11th (I was not home for the weekend so wasn't monitoring and don't remember exact time I started folding or ETA).

Yesterday, May 12th, during the afternoon (~19:00 UTC), on cryptobullionpools, I was seeing my PPD (120k) and expected payout (~24.7 CURE), and had an account balance of 0.000...CUR.

At 23:00 UTC last night (May 12th) my account was credited with the exact amount expected (24.67...), and I performed a cash out.

I just received my cash-out to my wallet at 18:00 UTC today (May 13th). Also, cryptobullionpools is showing 100k PPD for the day and an expected payout of ~11 coins. Account balance is 0.

So it seems accounts are credited at 23:00 UTC for work completed >24 hours earlier, and cashouts are handled at 18:00 UTC.

This is disheartening. I've been folding since May 10th at about 5PM PST at 300k PPD and only have 18 coins.

I love this idea and it's clear that it's worthwhile given that the CureCoin team is the #1 folding team in only three days. There needs to be more information provided for the payouts though.

Isn't 18 coins a big profit compared to other coins right now with the exchanges prices?

I havent run those numbers. The point is that I'm getting paid less at 300k PPD compared to someone with 120k PPD.

http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=userpage&teamnum=224497&username=nonny12
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May 14, 2014, 03:31:39 AM
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For anyone wondering about the payout delays and such, I'll tell you how mine worked for an example.

I started folding on May 10th and my work units usually take about 15 hours so probably completed some time May 11th (I was not home for the weekend so wasn't monitoring and don't remember exact time I started folding or ETA).

Yesterday, May 12th, during the afternoon (~19:00 UTC), on cryptobullionpools, I was seeing my PPD (120k) and expected payout (~24.7 CURE), and had an account balance of 0.000...CUR.

At 23:00 UTC last night (May 12th) my account was credited with the exact amount expected (24.67...), and I performed a cash out.

I just received my cash-out to my wallet at 18:00 UTC today (May 13th). Also, cryptobullionpools is showing 100k PPD for the day and an expected payout of ~11 coins. Account balance is 0.

So it seems accounts are credited at 23:00 UTC for work completed >24 hours earlier, and cashouts are handled at 18:00 UTC.

This is disheartening. I've been folding since May 10th at about 5PM PST at 300k PPD and only have 18 coins.

I love this idea and it's clear that it's worthwhile given that the CureCoin team is the #1 folding team in only three days. There needs to be more information provided for the payouts though.

Isn't 18 coins a big profit compared to other coins right now with the exchanges prices?

I havent run those numbers. The point is that I'm getting paid less at 300k PPD compared to someone with 120k PPD.

http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=userpage&teamnum=224497&username=nonny12

Well given that this coin is so different from previous coins, there can be some teething issues.

But your 18coins at 0.00666667 (last buy at ccex) is about 0.12btc which is not too bad.
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