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February 04, 2012, 05:24:07 AM
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Ok so i must be missing something simple ..

Got all the configs setup and i believe correct ...

Except One thing simplecoin i don't think can talk to litecoin without modification ?

I think it has something to do with bitcoinController files

Any insight would be appreciated

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February 05, 2012, 06:42:42 PM
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P2Pool is your pool!!  Wink
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February 05, 2012, 07:07:20 PM
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P2Pool is your pool!!  Wink

I hear you  but i wanted to setup a private pool  i have a office i manage and at nite it mines Litecoins at around 400 Kilohash  not to mention my 100 at home


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P2Pool is your pool!!  Wink

I hear you  but i wanted to setup a private pool  i have a office i manage and at nite it mines Litecoins at around 400 Kilohash  not to mention my 100 at home


Your own P2Pool instance IS your private pool too.  Wink
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February 06, 2012, 05:25:31 AM
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Ok so i must be missing something simple ..

Got all the configs setup and i believe correct ...

Except One thing simplecoin i don't think can talk to litecoin without modification ?

I think it has something to do with bitcoinController files

Any insight would be appreciated

Simplecoin 5 (or latest clone of git) can talk to Litecoin with no issue. Double check your setting in ./includes/requiredFunctions.php

If you're setting up a private pool like I am, honestly, just roll with Pushpool, MySQL and myPHPAdmin to poke into the DB. After spending the last couple days trying to hack Simplecoin to be a good front-end, I decided it was too much work to get that SOB working for my own personal use.

I was thinking about setting up a public pool using the setup (since my pool instances live on Amzon EC2), but with the volatility of LTC + overhead costs associated with running a pool (even with ~2% fee), it'd be a gamble and in the end, I doubt I could make a profit.

The math in my head would only work out if I had some sort of hosting setup where the additional cost of running a LTC pool would be $0 additional. Even a large pool like Litecoinpool.org pulls in 2% on PPS, and at their current 6,000Khahs/sec, that comes out to 120Khash or about 50 LTC/day income from just running the pool.

Kinda a rambling reply, but I thought it might help you and others in our situation. Smiley

Cheers!  Smiley
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February 07, 2012, 01:04:48 AM
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Ok so i must be missing something simple ..

Got all the configs setup and i believe correct ...

Except One thing simplecoin i don't think can talk to litecoin without modification ?

I think it has something to do with bitcoinController files

Any insight would be appreciated

Simplecoin 5 (or latest clone of git) can talk to Litecoin with no issue. Double check your setting in ./includes/requiredFunctions.php

If you're setting up a private pool like I am, honestly, just roll with Pushpool, MySQL and myPHPAdmin to poke into the DB. After spending the last couple days trying to hack Simplecoin to be a good front-end, I decided it was too much work to get that SOB working for my own personal use.

I was thinking about setting up a public pool using the setup (since my pool instances live on Amzon EC2), but with the volatility of LTC + overhead costs associated with running a pool (even with ~2% fee), it'd be a gamble and in the end, I doubt I could make a profit.

The math in my head would only work out if I had some sort of hosting setup where the additional cost of running a LTC pool would be $0 additional. Even a large pool like Litecoinpool.org pulls in 2% on PPS, and at their current 6,000Khahs/sec, that comes out to 120Khash or about 50 LTC/day income from just running the pool.

Kinda a rambling reply, but I thought it might help you and others in our situation. Smiley

Cheers!  Smiley

I own a webhosting company also ... ill check out simplecoin 5 thanks

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