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June 07, 2012, 03:06:08 AM
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Shamelessly posting a donation address for P2Pmining.com.  Any other monetizing strategy suggestion would be awesome. $120 a month in hosting costs needs some help.

Two ways to do it.

Donate to everyone using p2pmining.com :18cfVDzcLQ91Xe4yGEs8uJFtHZUiZhmdks
Donate to server costs : 1AF4GXtCyn7HsGos9az21PgqvCxYdiZdxo

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June 07, 2012, 12:41:19 PM
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Shamelessly posting a donation address for P2Pmining.com.  Any other monetizing strategy suggestion would be awesome. $120 a month in hosting costs needs some help.

Two ways to do it.

Donate to everyone using p2pmining.com :18cfVDzcLQ91Xe4yGEs8uJFtHZUiZhmdks
Donate to server costs : 1AF4GXtCyn7HsGos9az21PgqvCxYdiZdxo

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I donate all the Namecoins which would go to an address if I had one setup.

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June 07, 2012, 01:33:29 PM
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I will continue to donate as I am able. Also the site seems slow or something and I'm still mining, but it's not showing up in stats.

Thanks!

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June 07, 2012, 02:12:35 PM
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I will continue to donate as I am able. Also the site seems slow or something and I'm still mining, but it's not showing up in stats.

Thanks!
Something is going on and I am at work.  Will try to get to it at lunch time 12:00 EST

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June 07, 2012, 04:41:01 PM
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June 07, 2012, 11:03:32 PM
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Do you really need a server that big? How are your CPU Loads over the last 30 days?

I've been playing around with a p2pool server that is 1/4 the cost of yours, and I'm only about 40% CPU load.
But I'm only serving 1.2 GH/s right now, and don't know how well GH/s scales up with CPU Load.

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June 07, 2012, 11:39:02 PM
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Do you really need a server that big? How are your CPU Loads over the last 30 days?

I've been playing around with a p2pool server that is 1/4 the cost of yours, and I'm only about 40% CPU load.
But I'm only serving 1.2 GH/s right now, and don't know how well GH/s scales up with CPU Load.

Don't forget p2pmining also is merged mining, Litecoin is a beast on memory according to JayCoin. Don't know how it fairs on CPU load. Cheesy

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If BTC became the global currency & money supply = 100 Trillion then ⊅1.00 BTC = $4,761,904.76.
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June 07, 2012, 11:54:49 PM
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Do you really need a server that big? How are your CPU Loads over the last 30 days?

I've been playing around with a p2pool server that is 1/4 the cost of yours, and I'm only about 40% CPU load.
But I'm only serving 1.2 GH/s right now, and don't know how well GH/s scales up with CPU Load.

Don't forget p2pmining also is merged mining, Litecoin is a beast on memory according to JayCoin. Don't know how it fairs on CPU load. Cheesy

So sorry I forget to say I'm running merged mining all alt coins and litecoin.

My p2pool is taking around half a gig of ram and litecoin is taking around half a gig of ram each.

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June 08, 2012, 12:58:24 AM
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Do you really need a server that big? How are your CPU Loads over the last 30 days?

I've been playing around with a p2pool server that is 1/4 the cost of yours, and I'm only about 40% CPU load.
But I'm only serving 1.2 GH/s right now, and don't know how well GH/s scales up with CPU Load.

Don't forget p2pmining also is merged mining, Litecoin is a beast on memory according to JayCoin. Don't know how it fairs on CPU load. Cheesy

So sorry I forget to say I'm running merged mining all alt coins and litecoin.

My p2pool is taking around half a gig of ram and litecoin is taking around half a gig of ram each.

Well besides the number of users, there is also the website, which I assume is on the same server. Apache is a massive resource hog unless it is tuned very carefully, and so that could add a bit of load.

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June 08, 2012, 05:39:04 PM
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Do you really need a server that big? How are your CPU Loads over the last 30 days?

I've been playing around with a p2pool server that is 1/4 the cost of yours, and I'm only about 40% CPU load.
But I'm only serving 1.2 GH/s right now, and don't know how well GH/s scales up with CPU Load.

Don't forget p2pmining also is merged mining, Litecoin is a beast on memory according to JayCoin. Don't know how it fairs on CPU load. Cheesy

So sorry I forget to say I'm running merged mining all alt coins and litecoin.

My p2pool is taking around half a gig of ram and litecoin is taking around half a gig of ram each.

Well besides the number of users, there is also the website, which I assume is on the same server. Apache is a massive resource hog unless it is tuned very carefully, and so that could add a bit of load.
My p2pool server is custom in the fact that I record every share that is submitted in a mysql table and if is DOA or not.  Also, the batch processing that is performed every few minutes is a resource hog. It checks every block chain for new blocks, checks balances for payment thresholds and makes all the payments in the same script.

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June 08, 2012, 05:45:11 PM
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I will be selling mining hardware through bitmit.net . I will also be listing it on p2pmining.com/?method=forsale.

If anyone wants to post there mining hardware items for sale on bitmit, send me a PM and I will add them to the list. Send a short description and bitmit link.

ALSO: I updated the website to actually change the page title.  This should help with bookmarking. (This was requested a long time ago)

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June 10, 2012, 08:07:38 PM
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How does the merged mining payouts work?  I understand -

It is very easy to start mining at P2Pmining. Just point your miner at: http://p2pmining.com:9332 and use your Bitcoin address as your username. Use anything for your password.

- but where do the merged mining payouts go?

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June 10, 2012, 08:57:18 PM
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How does the merged mining payouts work?  I understand -

It is very easy to start mining at P2Pmining. Just point your miner at: http://p2pmining.com:9332 and use your Bitcoin address as your username. Use anything for your password.

- but where do the merged mining payouts go?

You can register alt-coin addresses on your miner's tab.
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June 10, 2012, 09:00:07 PM
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How does the merged mining payouts work?  I understand -

It is very easy to start mining at P2Pmining. Just point your miner at: http://p2pmining.com:9332 and use your Bitcoin address as your username. Use anything for your password.

- but where do the merged mining payouts go?

You can register alt-coin addresses on your miner's tab.

Where's is and/or what is your miner's tab?  I've checked the website and there is no where to registrar.  Thanks.

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June 10, 2012, 09:09:50 PM
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How does the merged mining payouts work?  I understand -

It is very easy to start mining at P2Pmining. Just point your miner at: http://p2pmining.com:9332 and use your Bitcoin address as your username. Use anything for your password.

- but where do the merged mining payouts go?

You can register alt-coin addresses on your miner's tab.

Where's is and/or what is your miner's tab?  I've checked the website and there is no where to registrar.  Thanks.

http://p2pmining.com/?method=pool  -> 'Current miners' tab -> select your address/miner -> 'Register Merged Mining' tab

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June 10, 2012, 09:11:01 PM
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How does the merged mining payouts work?  I understand -

It is very easy to start mining at P2Pmining. Just point your miner at: http://p2pmining.com:9332 and use your Bitcoin address as your username. Use anything for your password.

- but where do the merged mining payouts go?

You can register alt-coin addresses on your miner's tab.

Where's is and/or what is your miner's tab?  I've checked the website and there is no where to registrar.  Thanks.

http://p2pmining.com/?method=pool  -> 'Current miners' tab -> select your address/miner -> 'Register Merged Mining' tab

N/p

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June 11, 2012, 02:17:01 AM
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Sorry I missed something. I have cgminer miner pointing at you correctly. Trying to set up Namecoin. But it is not accepting the Namecoin address.

What is "Signature (sign the Namecoin address with your bitcoin address):"

Is this the mining address? If so is that unsafe?

But anyway tried it and still could not set up NameCoin.

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June 11, 2012, 05:13:52 AM
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I think it requires a Bitcoin client and an FAQ. Grin

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June 11, 2012, 01:30:07 PM
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I think the pool is down?

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June 11, 2012, 06:24:49 PM
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Pool was down. Bitcoind crashed.  I0coin merged mining is shutdown until I figure what's goin on. Pool is up again.

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