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September 13, 2017, 06:18:59 PM
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Thanks for hard work. So far consistent poolside has rate has been the most hard core benefit for me.

It did take a dip monday, this is the pool's own graph for my hashrate for same machine, nothing changing on my side but past 3 days has been 50-60% of my good steady long term trend you can see in graph. This is from http://pool.chainworksindustries.com/sigt/index.php?page=statistics&action=graphs
I am seeing a clear trend 9/11 onwards compared to relatively steady rate beginning of month:
https://imgur.com/a/4z5qB


Hi, I don't have the same trend the last 2-3 days on BTX pool, it was on Sunday/Monday when the big problems arrived I think.
For now it is giving me correct hashrate. So maybe something with the SIGT pool...
Did you try to restart your miner or mining computer?

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September 13, 2017, 09:03:22 PM
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@chrys,

Seems the whole BTX pool died just now. Maybe just a restart, or something more serious?

edit: Seems it's back. It was down roughly 5 minutes or so.

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September 16, 2017, 04:49:56 PM
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Bitcore net difficulty just exploded since the price jump today, we need more people on the BTX pool at http://pool.chainworksindustries.com/btx/index.php now!

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First of all we need a cwi miner for bitcore. It was supposed to be long ago, but still none available.
Second we need a stable pool. It was not stable yesterday and today, so we are loosing our hashrate and I still see no crysx.


im here ...

theTEAM have been working diligently on all we are doing ...

the 'stability' issues were a result of an issue that arose from work being done to the pool server - especially for the preparation to move to the new server when its fully commissioned ... so work is ALWAYS being done ...

here is what you guys dont seem to understand ...

if i am on here most of the time - i am NOT in the backend working ... which is why the other engineers dont come out here so often ... it wastes time with garbage about coins per hour and nonsensical posts like that ... irrelevant rubbish from people who have no concept of what to expect and not to expect because they either CANNOT READ past posts about the issue - or are too damn LAZY to READ past posts about issues and non-issues ... these sorts of posts and pulling us here wastes a great deal of time ... we are NOT a team of 100 engineers ... we are three currently - with the fourth on his own projects and NOT helping here at the moment because of it ...

so here it is in a nutshell - if you WANT me here ALL the time - then expect MASSIVE delays in ALL the projects ... including the website and miner and pools and stratum and ... ... ... see the picture? ...

i know i sound abrupt and occasionally rude - but without me being so blunt - it seems the majority of the community of miners and users simply 'just dont get it' ... we WORK on the projects we have most of the time we have available to us - not just in 'work hours' ... we in theTEAM are in crypto fulltime at the moment - and can change from time to time - so we can produce something that is FOR the crypto industry - NOT for 'just' everyones pockets ...

cwigm itself is almost ready for the next revision - and that is another project that no one posting seems to understand - that it is a very very YOUNG project ... two months at most i think ...

so if there is a concern that im not around - or the engineers are not posting - or that its taking 'too long' ( whatever that means ) - or that we could this or that in days as opposed to CWI doing it in weeks - or anything else that you have concerns with - i will clarify it with this statement that i have said / posted MANY times before ... we do our work in our own pace and our own time ... if you can do better - go right ahead ... if you can do more - go right ahead ... if you can do ANYTHING at all - go right ahead ... we are NOT employed by yanyone here - our bills and time and effort are not paid by ANYONE here - and we certainly will not work to a time restriction set by people who have NO IDEA what it is to build somethign from scratch ...

if ANYONE here wants to use a product that has been copied and played with - then resold to you because it 'looks' like its doing better than other products - PLEASE be my guest and buy that product and make the thief that created that product rich beyond YOUR wildest dreams ... thats YOUR prerogative ... as it is OUR prerogative to design - plan - CREATE - and produce products and systems which will become an ecosystem that WILL not be like anything in crypto today ...

so the time away from the work i need to do - translates directly as a longer time for our products to reach YOU ... the people that USE the products - and are so helpful in testing these products ...

ill be back with a full update - WHEN i ( note - ME - not the other engineers - as this is part of 'my job' ... only one part mind you ) have the time to get aside to do all these 'publicity' posts ... right now tho - we theTEAM have much better things to do than waffle on about how fantastic we or our products are - and push HYPE up the communities noses ... we will just get it done - and bring it out - and you decide whether the wait was worth it ...

this is NOT an attack on ANYONE - just simply a message to all those that think we 'should' be doing this or that ... we are true to ourselves - and the projects we have taken on ...

simple ...

btw - we are happy so far with the work done - on all levels ... from cwigm to stratum - to coin development ... Wink ...

#crysx

couldn't have said it better.. keep up all the good work, there are those of us who understand and have patience.

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September 16, 2017, 10:05:13 PM
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I have caught moments when my latency goes up from 150-160ms range to over 300ms, that may be enough to explain dips in my poolside numbers. I believe there is some kind of new problem with my internet, for the month before it poolside rate was quite steady.
restarts/reboots etc had not generally made a difference though past 2 days is somewhere in the middle.

[You just read marketing for cwi miner having the rare feature of showing live latency to pool Smiley ]
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September 17, 2017, 02:07:18 PM
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I'm mining BTX with ccminer 2.2.1 from tpruvot at your pool.
How can i get your special miner?
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September 17, 2017, 02:43:14 PM
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I'm mining BTX with ccminer 2.2.1 from tpruvot at your pool.
How can i get your special miner?
The ChainWorks Industries miner isn't supporting BTX until the 0.9.9 version. It will be released soon.
If you read the last 10 pages in this thread you can find some info about it.

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September 19, 2017, 04:49:20 PM
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Anyone know why we got 19 orphan blocks in a row?
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September 19, 2017, 05:44:49 PM
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Anyone know why we got 19 orphan blocks in a row?
When? I can only see 1 orphan block in the last 70 blocks. Or are you not talking about BTX pool?

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September 19, 2017, 06:09:55 PM
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Anyone know why we got 19 orphan blocks in a row?
It's due to the problems with signatum network that it has suffered. Supposed to be a ddos attack.
Though it is very sad not to see someone from cwi explaining that and also dead silence and no news is not good at all.
Again problems with internet?  Undecided
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September 19, 2017, 06:12:05 PM
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Anyone know why we got 19 orphan blocks in a row?
When? I can only see 1 orphan block in the last 70 blocks. Or are you not talking about BTX pool?

--ypsi
He is speaking about Signatum
http://pool.chainworksindustries.com/sigt/index.php?page=statistics&action=blocks
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And some other earlier. 86559 8638 86303 86263 ....
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September 19, 2017, 06:37:02 PM
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Anyone know why we got 19 orphan blocks in a row?
When? I can only see 1 orphan block in the last 70 blocks. Or are you not talking about BTX pool?

--ypsi
He is speaking about Signatum
http://pool.chainworksindustries.com/sigt/index.php?page=statistics&action=blocks
86727 - 86840 are orfans
And some other earlier. 86559 8638 86303 86263 ....

Yeah, sorry I was talking about SIGT pool. Just reading about the attack now.

"Someone hitting the chain with millions of tiny txs. Floods the seed nodes, they need time to catch up. Not mining different chains, the seed nodes are behind, so that other pool is getting stale blocks. That's the word from Doc."
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Today at 02:17:23 PM
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Can anyone give me a little help on mining Bitcore with the miner?   I am running fine on sigt but when I change the coin to btx or bitcore, it simply doesnt run and goes to the pause line of the batch file.     Is there anything else specific that needs to be done?   I simply left everything the same that works fine with sigt and changed the coin name from sigt to btx.    Thanks!

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