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June 05, 2014, 04:57:12 AM
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MRO/QCN/FCN/BCN
so which one of these is the most profitable?

...and if there are merge mining options we are really missing out by not implementing it as soon as posible.
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June 05, 2014, 05:07:48 AM
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MRO/QCN/FCN/BCN
so which one of these is the most profitable?

...and if there are merge mining options we are really missing out by not implementing it as soon as posible.
Just mine MRO. The others are not worth your time for a few % more profit. And pretty sure MRO is most profitable..
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June 05, 2014, 05:23:12 AM
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I don't see how MRO is better than QCN Tongue
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June 05, 2014, 05:27:37 AM
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Profit calculator on whatmine.com shows out of the CryptoNight coins that QCN and FCN are more profitable than XMR most of the times.

CRYPTSY exchange: https://www.cryptsy.com/users/register?refid=9017 BURST= BURST-TE3W-CFGH-7343-6VM6R BTC=1CNsqGUR9YJNrhydQZnUPbaDv6h4uaYCHv ETH=0x144bc9fe471d3c71d8e09d58060d78661b1d4f32 SHF=0x13a0a2cb0d55eca975cf2d97015f7d580ce52d85 EXP=0xd71921dca837e415a58ca0d6dd2223cc84e0ea2f SC=6bdf9d12a983fed6723abad91a39be4f95d227f9bdb0490de3b8e5d45357f63d564638b1bd71 CLAMS=xGVTdM9EJpNBCYAjHFVxuZGcqvoL22nP6f SOIL=0x8b5c989bc931c0769a50ecaf9ffe490c67cb5911
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June 05, 2014, 05:31:49 AM
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I don't see how MRO is better than QCN Tongue
1. MRO was first
2. QCN was originally a relaunch of Monero
3. QCN has added no improvements to the code
4. MRO has contributed many bug fixes, 20x improvements in hashing speed, the pool software, has a reasonable fee so the blockchain can't be spammed, etc.

Profit calculator on whatmine.com shows out of the CryptoNight coins that QCN and FCN are more profitable than XMR most of the times.
The volumes for QCN and FCN are very low. Good luck selling much for those pumped prices.
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June 05, 2014, 06:18:20 AM
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No linux ?
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June 05, 2014, 06:38:21 AM
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Is it possible to mine solo with this miner?
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June 05, 2014, 06:47:20 AM
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5870 only ~ 70 h/s.

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June 05, 2014, 06:56:37 AM
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2*r9 280x + 5770

06/05/14-10:55:53 - New job received
Speed: 578 h/s, TotalHashes: 218K, DevHashes: 10K Mining time: 00:06
06/05/14-10:55:59 - SHARE FOUND! - (GPU 0)
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June 05, 2014, 07:08:58 AM
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5870 only ~ 70 h/s.

A little bit faster than my core i5 model M, the slowest core i5 CPU. Also, if you are using Claymore GPU miner you are charging a developer fee of 5%. Actually, GPU miner may mine at loss: high developer fee + high power consumption + pool fee
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June 05, 2014, 07:12:35 AM
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2*r9 280x + 5770

06/05/14-10:55:53 - New job received
Speed: 578 h/s, TotalHashes: 218K, DevHashes: 10K Mining time: 00:06
06/05/14-10:55:59 - SHARE FOUND! - (GPU 0)


80% faster than my single core i7, 4 cores (OC-ed). 3 high-end VGA card combined <> 1 single core i7 CPU, 4 cores
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June 05, 2014, 07:18:22 AM
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I don't see how MRO is better than QCN Tongue

QCN is a Monero clone which bring the following "advantages":

+ Incompetent dev: see commits from QCN devs in github  Wink
+ Weak network: orphan blocks all the time (too many, too frequent). Find them in any QC pool
+ Weak community
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June 05, 2014, 07:57:13 AM
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2*r9 280x + 5770

06/05/14-10:55:53 - New job received
Speed: 578 h/s, TotalHashes: 218K, DevHashes: 10K Mining time: 00:06
06/05/14-10:55:59 - SHARE FOUND! - (GPU 0)


80% faster than my single core i7, 4 cores (OC-ed). 3 high-end VGA card combined <> 1 single core i7 CPU, 4 cores


Another comparison (excluding pool/exchange fees/taxes):

Processor: 4820k, 4 cores w/ AES accel, 126w resting, 171w mining, 45w used for mining. Delivers 180 hash/sec. 4 hash/watt. Cost: $324 New. Hash/$ = .56 . Monthly Power cost (me): $5.185. Net @ 4.47M# = (.002532BTC/MRO * 29.18MRO/Month * $645.97/BTC) = $47.73. Net = $42.54. ROI = 7.6 months

GPU: r9 290, stock clocks, 216w used for mining (Comp w/ GPU mining - Comp w/ no GPU hooked to pwr.), 437.5 h/s. 2.02 hash/watt. Cost: ~$420 New. Hash/$ = 1.04 . Monthly Power cost (me): $24.4. Net @ 4.47M# = (.002532BTC/MRO * 70.92MRO/Month * $645.97/BTC) = $91.6. ROI = 4.6 months

GPU has about a 1.65:1 edge over the CPU for ROI
CPU has about a 1.97:1 edge over the GPU for hash/watt operating costs
GPU has about a 1.86:1 edge over the CPU for Hash/$ investment

Really interesting numbers .. too close to call it for either one at this point. Every update or optimization changes these numbers and there's been lots, for at least the CPU over the last month. Anyone know any other PoW that has such a small gap between CPU's and GPU's?


Edit: Forgot to mention this is on windows, you probably see much better numbers for at least the CPU on linux

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June 05, 2014, 08:01:09 AM
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any linux miner on plan?

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June 05, 2014, 08:32:28 AM
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I don't see how MRO is better than QCN Tongue

QCN is a Monero clone which bring the following "advantages":

+ Incompetent dev: see commits from QCN devs in github  Wink
+ Weak network: orphan blocks all the time (too many, too frequent). Find them in any QC pool
+ Weak community

Also Monero is a Bytecoin clone which:

Had an unfair launch
Has a too steep emission curve

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June 05, 2014, 08:32:41 AM
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1324H on 4x R9 280x
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June 05, 2014, 08:35:26 AM
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is there a pool that we can we mine QCN with a gpu ?
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June 05, 2014, 08:41:07 AM
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is there a pool that we can we mine QCN with a gpu ?

http://qcn.extremepool.org/ on port 1111

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June 05, 2014, 08:50:17 AM
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is there a pool that we can we mine QCN with a gpu ?

http://qcn.extremepool.org/ on port 1111

it gives timeout
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June 05, 2014, 08:51:00 AM
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is there a pool that we can we mine QCN with a gpu ?

http://qcn.extremepool.org/ on port 1111
...failed to connect?
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