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March 15, 2019, 07:15:22 AM
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How can I set a timer on the starting of the miner if I kill the process?

I set a time out on using /timeout 190 but after around 60 seconds it still starts the miner

Any ideas?

Use curl and api and let the zilminer stopping and starting the miner via api. so you get no errors and so on. I have asked if someone need an explanation. But there was no interest.
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March 15, 2019, 07:49:59 AM
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How can I set a timer on the starting of the miner if I kill the process?

I set a time out on using /timeout 190 but after around 60 seconds it still starts the miner

Any ideas?

Use curl and api and let the zilminer stopping and starting the miner via api. so you get no errors and so on. I have asked if someone need an explanation. But there was no interest.

hmm I’ve heard of curl but I’m on windows , is it even available on there? There should be an easy way via option
Or template to ad a delay to the miner start process via awesomeminer,.

All I want is to delay starting the miner back up when zilminer stops it .
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March 15, 2019, 10:21:25 AM
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@moopidoo what is your opinion about the possibility of mixing the data of the suppliers. You have not noticed your this comment from CC and CTM.

I would like to know your opinion.

Hi trucobit,

The points for the pros and cons CC, WTM vs CTM, you've already stated in your observation are fairly correct and I'll elaborate a bit more.

after having a taste at running private pool of 30 odd coins on the Yiimp (thx to cryptopool.builders' script and hardwork (also pool op for thepool.life yiimp pool)). The main flaw came from Yiimp (and MPOS I believe)'s returned profitability data via their API, which sadly, is what CTM's coin stats are based on.

You see, the pools reports not the current block's mining info for the coin, but the last found block on the entire coin's network, this is what's causing the issue, instead of riding the low difficulty, you are instead likely be mining the peak difficulty (some coins' like to adjust difficulty every single block and DGW didn't make it any better), I have been mining on "current" difficulty settings for the past few months, and while in theory, I should be on the favor side of statistics (scoring entire block rewards more often at low difficulties...etc). It didn't work out as good as I thought it could if the coin I'm mining is using pool reported (outdated) data, from CTM for this very reason.

But running a pool with 30 odd sh*tcoins, you get a taste of how difficult it is to maintain (forks, swaps, bugs in code....lack of dev communication, or dev simply scammed ppl for some MN hype), it's going to be a full time job for multiple ppl, and not one person. So you can't blame Karl (who is also working a full-time job, CTM was just his hobby, and it is totally free(mium)), as he had to maintain hundreds of coins, granted coins data are bogus as it came from the pools and it is largely not his to maintain to fullest extent, but like you said, he did exceptionally good job to provide exchange data and that is equally exhausting and time consuming.

So if you ask me about the idea of mixing data from CC/CTM, I would say I vote no, I like CTM's variety, I simply run out of many (potentially profitable) GPU coins to mine if I only rely on CC,WTM (sadly, I don't own any ASICs, FPGA) and my electricity is not free nor $0.02 per kWh.....

I would however, agree with your previous proposal to patrike, about potentially picking up where AMCU has left off, or completely overhauling it and code it in his own way (AMCU is not open source) as AM's core or plugin module, vs the 2, I think it's best that Patrike spends time on improving core functionalities of AM instead of spending time on a "workaround".

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that's my 2 cents.

Cheers,

Thank you Moppidoo for your explanations.

It is clear that obtaining yimp data as CTM does is not the best way and that CC obtains it from the explorer. I suppose this because I compare their data with the explorer and they tend to coincide almost always, the bad thing that CC takes a long time to update prices and there are few exhanges to choose from.

I do not use pool groups of 30, I use about 3 to 7 coins only, which usually change with the days as the coins move.

PArike receives the data of all the moneds from 4 sources, the power to mix them coin by coin seems to me the most logical. It is an advanced function that could be disconnected by default to avoid confusion. I've thought about it a lot and the combination of CC data and prices with CTM exchange is the best.

AM CU, it's fine, but even if they fix it, it has 2 problems

1.- It always gives you the highest price of the exchange, without being able to choose it, that is, it will give you the price of the rare exchange without volume with a high price. I already said that you could choose when defining the currency line the exchange

2.- You have to be attentive to the rewards, as the blocks progress the rewards vary, and you have to change them by hand, then remember to change them.

For the rest AM CU is very good, especially to add what others have not added.

In my opinion, the mix of optional data, currency data provider and, on the other hand, prices and exchanges, coin by coin, is the best option, and AM CU is an ideal complement to hand-pick the other items that do not they are added

But now we have that problem.
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March 15, 2019, 10:27:54 AM
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Well, I'm the man with the suggestions.

There is a situation that I can not avoid, I give you a REAL example so that you understand it and see if the suggestion is interesting or not.

There are coins that have little hash, are in their final phase or are coins that are only profitable up to a certain hash. The real example would be Xfox or AZART. I have them added and I have even measured the profit, but what happens to me is that when it enters into auto profit and the currency is the first one in profits, all my rigs enter at the same time. But when they all enter, the profit goes down so much that it stops being profitable, and that soon causes a change. Then again AZART becomes profitable again, and everything goes into the auto profit mode, and again the profir falls because it is too much hash.

The suggestion would be, when defining the pool of the currency, that there would be a field that tells AM how many maximum rigs can be in that currency. For example AZART I would put 2, therefore only 2 rigs would enter to mine that currency, the rest would not enter. If I left it blank, it would behave as usual.

When we play with shitcoins this happens many times, I enter and cause the fall of profit, because everything comes in. Being able to specify the maximum number of RIGS (any of which I have), that would give me more control when mining these small coins and not cause the profit myself and also cause excessive changes.

It can be done by creating different groups pools assigned to each rig, but that would make the management of AM more difficult and more difficult. I hope you like the suggestion that comes in handy to mine these coins that are in their final phase or that give few rewards and when a hash is exceeded, they stop being profitable. Is that right now the only thing I do is disable them, but I would like to control it with an option like the one I have indicated.

I do not know if the rules could do the same, I looked and I think not.

I hope you understand and I hope you consider it.
Thanks for the suggestion. What would be nice as well is if the profit switcher looks at the Network Hashrate for a coin and compare it with your hashpower. If it's a very small coin and you have a significant number of miners, your combined hashrate will have a real impact on the coin difficulty.

However, I think this will have to be a more long term item as it also will require some design changes.

it's just a suggestion, for my good thanks for answering and having it in consideration for the future. I think you understood it perfectly.
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March 15, 2019, 10:41:38 AM
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@moopidoo what is your opinion about the possibility of mixing the data of the suppliers. You have not noticed your this comment from CC and CTM.

I would like to know your opinion.
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Thanks to both of you for all feedback.

I think the first step here is to allow at least Difficulty to be loaded via a custom URL. I assume this is the most problematic property to get right and if you manually find another source where it could be loaded from, it would make sense to bring it in. For some coins there can also be variations in Block Reward.

I will expore this a bit more and get back with an update later on.
it is as easy or difficult as obtaining it from the explorer of each coin, just like AM CU, which scrape each Explorer, but only supports 3 or 4, but when they have been updated, the scrape is no longer valid, it must be redefined to I can read.

You can not get the Yimp hashnet and difficulty data as CTM does, because that YIMP also has a delay when it comes to obtaining the data, and at the end there is a very large lag. CC if you get the data of the explorer, or at least that seems because it is usually very accurate to what the explorer of each currency, but fails in the prices and can not choose so many exchanges, it takes a long time to read the new prices .

If you obtain the data of everything through the APIs, we obtain the data of everything. That is to say, for this currency, the data of the currency of X supplier, and the price data of X supplier. In the currency tab, with double click on Tabs coins, and by default deactivated and with notices to read the information on the subject.

I give you a very clear example that you can check yourself. The formula to calculate the difficulty CTM on Grin29 is so far from reality, that its profit to correct it is 2.1. It has modified until the KArl blocking time but does not guess one. In the end I have mined with CTM and 2.1 of profit, now change to CC and you will see that if you put the profit to 1 it is the same data as CTM. It is crazy the data of difficulty, reward, blocking etc ... in CTM, it does not do well, only in prices and exchanges it makes it perfect.

I do not think that it is necessary according to my opinion to add a url to read the difficulty, if not the option to mix the data. For the newbies it will be like this now and it will not change anything. For the experts we can mix that data currency to currency. The data we have loaded each one when reading the apis, is how we use it, I think it would be the most efficient option.

AM CU would be good to add other coins that are not added.

Remember that in my group and especially me, we measure the coins, a minimum of 4 hours, and getting every 15 minutes of Awesome to see their forecast making the average and then compare it with the obtained. Yesterday with CTM BCI proit 0.65, it's crazy. That 0.65 is to correct the lag of CTM. because if I do not do it, BCI mine mine more times with a false benefit, to correct it by a test of 4 hours, I make everything stay in place, and that's when I realized the bad that is CTM data about difficulty, nethas, blocking etc ...
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March 15, 2019, 11:02:51 AM
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Hello Patrike, this is the second time I'm going to suggest the same thing. It's not because of taste or usability. It is by absolute necessity.

There is a big problem with CTM, if right now you look with CTM its difficulty and even hashnet of XVG, VEIL, BCI, for example those three, you will see that they are out of reality. It gives very different numbers to reality. The best thing that CTM has is the amount of exchange and the prices that also get them well. For example in Grin29 I had to correct their mistakes with 2.1 of profit.

However CC currency data such as difficulty, nethas, rewards, is usually much more accurate, but in prices and exchanges does not have the level of CTM. The problem with CC is that it keeps the price of the coins too long and adds fewer exchanges.

I am almost in the situation of deactivating CTM forever, but there are many currencies that it offers, but the data usually gives them badly. For example, I have been mining BCI with the CTM data but I was not really getting the difficulty data. I think CTM gets this data from other pools instead of the explorer, but CC does get the data from the explorer, but it does poorly with the exchanges.

I know you said it could be confusing for some users, I know, but it can always be explained and disabled by default.

It would be ideal for each currency, can choose the data of the currency (difficulty, hashnet, reward, blocking) of one provider and the prices and exchanges of another, that for each currency. In this way advanced users would have more control, because now both CC and CTM have advantages and disadvantages, and what I propose is that for advanced users to choose data and prices from different sites.

Please, look what I said, XVG, BCI, VEIL, XZC, are just some examples. Allow this function, which is activated from options in advanced, and that when activated, in the coins tab, by double clicking on a coin, have two selectors, one for the data and another for the price, if I choose for CTM prices I can choose between the exchanges. So I would have the best of each provider.

Right now the two fail for different reasons

CC, Against: fewer currencies, prices updated every so often, few exchanges to choose. virtues, the key data of the currency such as difficulty, hashnet, reward gets them perfect

CTM, currency data is a disaster, take data from other pools like zergpool, imagine the quality of data. But it does an excellent job in exchanges and updated prices very frequently and many exchanges.


I hope you have it in mind, for me the problem has become something personal, especially CTM, there are times that Karl even bothers if you correct too many coins, and I can not be constantly correcting the coins to this man.

I hope you think about it and see it as a great step forward, the better the data we manage, and how we can use it. Best results

Right now, with the price with so much waiting in CC makes me lose money
Right now with the lack of control of the data of the CTm currencies makes me lose money

If I mix the data, I have everything perfect.

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I agree with your idea ... I'm giving a lot of problems the failures with the difficulty of CTM, the developers should pay attention to the idea that you propose.
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March 15, 2019, 11:50:31 AM
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this is the people in my telegram group that we all use awesome miner supporting me, because they are aware of the problem I pose and they like my solution
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March 15, 2019, 08:50:34 PM
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Well, I'm the man with the suggestions.

There is a situation that I can not avoid, I give you a REAL example so that you understand it and see if the suggestion is interesting or not.

There are coins that have little hash, are in their final phase or are coins that are only profitable up to a certain hash. The real example would be Xfox or AZART. I have them added and I have even measured the profit, but what happens to me is that when it enters into auto profit and the currency is the first one in profits, all my rigs enter at the same time. But when they all enter, the profit goes down so much that it stops being profitable, and that soon causes a change. Then again AZART becomes profitable again, and everything goes into the auto profit mode, and again the profir falls because it is too much hash.

The suggestion would be, when defining the pool of the currency, that there would be a field that tells AM how many maximum rigs can be in that currency. For example AZART I would put 2, therefore only 2 rigs would enter to mine that currency, the rest would not enter. If I left it blank, it would behave as usual.

When we play with shitcoins this happens many times, I enter and cause the fall of profit, because everything comes in. Being able to specify the maximum number of RIGS (any of which I have), that would give me more control when mining these small coins and not cause the profit myself and also cause excessive changes.

It can be done by creating different groups pools assigned to each rig, but that would make the management of AM more difficult and more difficult. I hope you like the suggestion that comes in handy to mine these coins that are in their final phase or that give few rewards and when a hash is exceeded, they stop being profitable. Is that right now the only thing I do is disable them, but I would like to control it with an option like the one I have indicated.

I do not know if the rules could do the same, I looked and I think not.

I hope you understand and I hope you consider it.
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March 16, 2019, 10:39:39 AM
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Answer from KARL in his discord to my suggestions, more or less he comes to say that that is what there is, and that they are 24-hour averages, you can not work with coins data with 24-hour averages .... That is crazy. Please consider what I suggest.

The data we obtain, they are within AM in each request of APIS, it is only to be able to choose for each currency, data provider and price provider. because the CTM currency data are very far from reality, and I do not think I'll be correcting coins in your discord all day, that's your job, for that I donated. What's more, I've asked you to make a premium payment API with better data and you do not want to. I would only be able to mix the data of the suppliers, and with that I have everything arranged, both I and the rest of the advanced users

-------  karl çctm DISCORD in BUGS cagegory

Mining calculator look in the past for  show how can be profitable a coin durring the last 24h... it more like a signal maker... i have chose to use the data came from the frendly pool and not the coin explorer... i know than it make sometime a difference... but when you compare no one (mining calculator) said  exactly the same result.  And theorical calculation va the real gain on the pool can be affected by a lot of factor... it not a accurate sciences... i'm provide one option and you chose what you want.
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March 16, 2019, 11:11:46 AM
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CTM takes hours without price data, everything is gray ... MEnos evil that I am mining only one currency right now, although I do not give the profit, I know I'm fine. I do not know if Karl would have bothered or will be again with technical problems. If I continue like this I will have to advise not to use CTM and I would deactivate it myself

I was the maximum donor for your API, I do not mind paying for services as long as they have a minimum of quality

@PAtrike another formula EASY for all without complications, is that you make an API combining the data of one and the other, giving the best of each one. That would not imply confusion for novices. Although I prefer to choose currency to currency.

I think KArl has been bothered by my constructive suggestions and the drops of its API are quite constant, it has a very small VPS, it does not support the requests of all AM users. It would not be crazy to make your own api, mixing the data, and read that api from your server, so CC or CTM would not fall every so often. Always indicted and giving the credit from where you get the data. In the end I would do him a favor, I would remove traffic and falls from his little CPS VPS

I have been working on Web development for years, I have several websites with great traffic, I am the head of programming, although I have not programmed for more than 20 years, but I know what I want. And I also manage some of my servers. A dedicated server is not that expensive and can handle thousands of requests per minute of something as simple as an API. I have websites in Cluster with 3 dedicated Servers and an input balancer / firewall, but of course my websites are very heavy, they have to serve a lot of html, images, queries to BD even though they are cached, JS, Jquery etc ... That's a lot more heavy than asking for the data of an API that does not stop being almost a file of TXT with little data.

CTM is not up to what it should be, because of its crazy data and its constant drops.


I feel insistent, but I am largely alive with this, and bad data = few benefits.

In my group, we lose a lot of time mining by testing the coins to get the real profit from them. And that's where we've realized the CTM madness

Grin29 profit 2.10
BCI profit 0.65
and thus almost all CTM currencies with their data.

It is crazy to mine that way, who does not test profit and use CTM, is losing money every day. I correct it using the profit for it, but I already tell you that I have to invest a lot of time mining some machines to do those tests. In any case I always do them regardless of the provider, but it is normal to move between 0.85 to 0.99 in the other providers, signal that everything is fine, the difference can be rejected, fee of the miner, pool fee etc. .. That is why we test profitability of all currencies.
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March 16, 2019, 07:53:01 PM
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Very great work so far Patrike!!!

AM doesn't add us-east in the address of Monero on MPH in the predefined online services.  I've already changes the algo for Cryptonight V4.


Here is with XMRig:

 * ASSEMBLY     auto:intel
 * POOL #1      stratum+tcp://cryptonight-hub.miningpoolhub.com:17024 variant r
 * API BIND     0.0.0.0:4028
 * COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume
[2019-03-16 15:52:12] [stratum+tcp://cryptonight-hub.miningpoolhub.com:17024] DNS error: "unknown node or service"
[2019-03-16 15:52:13] READY (CPU) threads 4(4) huge pages 4/4 100% memory 8192 KB
[2019-03-16 15:52:18] [stratum+tcp://cryptonight-hub.miningpoolhub.com:17024] DNS error: "unknown node or service"
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Hello Patrike, this is the second time I'm going to suggest the same thing. It's not because of taste or usability. It is by absolute necessity.

There is a big problem with CTM, if right now you look with CTM its difficulty and even hashnet of XVG, VEIL, BCI, for example those three, you will see that they are out of reality. It gives very different numbers to reality. The best thing that CTM has is the amount of exchange and the prices that also get them well. For example in Grin29 I had to correct their mistakes with 2.1 of profit.

However CC currency data such as difficulty, nethas, rewards, is usually much more accurate, but in prices and exchanges does not have the level of CTM. The problem with CC is that it keeps the price of the coins too long and adds fewer exchanges.

I am almost in the situation of deactivating CTM forever, but there are many currencies that it offers, but the data usually gives them badly. For example, I have been mining BCI with the CTM data but I was not really getting the difficulty data. I think CTM gets this data from other pools instead of the explorer, but CC does get the data from the explorer, but it does poorly with the exchanges.

I know you said it could be confusing for some users, I know, but it can always be explained and disabled by default.


+1

It would be ideal for each currency, can choose the data of the currency (difficulty, hashnet, reward, blocking) of one provider and the prices and exchanges of another, that for each currency. In this way advanced users would have more control, because now both CC and CTM have advantages and disadvantages, and what I propose is that for advanced users to choose data and prices from different sites.

Please, look what I said, XVG, BCI, VEIL, XZC, are just some examples. Allow this function, which is activated from options in advanced, and that when activated, in the coins tab, by double clicking on a coin, have two selectors, one for the data and another for the price, if I choose for CTM prices I can choose between the exchanges. So I would have the best of each provider.

Right now the two fail for different reasons

CC, Against: fewer currencies, prices updated every so often, few exchanges to choose. virtues, the key data of the currency such as difficulty, hashnet, reward gets them perfect

CTM, currency data is a disaster, take data from other pools like zergpool, imagine the quality of data. But it does an excellent job in exchanges and updated prices very frequently and many exchanges.


I hope you have it in mind, for me the problem has become something personal, especially CTM, there are times that Karl even bothers if you correct too many coins, and I can not be constantly correcting the coins to this man.

I hope you think about it and see it as a great step forward, the better the data we manage, and how we can use it. Best results

Right now, with the price with so much waiting in CC makes me lose money
Right now with the lack of control of the data of the CTm currencies makes me lose money

If I mix the data, I have everything perfect.
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March 17, 2019, 09:22:45 PM
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Very great work so far Patrike!!!

AM doesn't add us-east in the address of Monero on MPH in the predefined online services.  I've already changes the algo for Cryptonight V4.


Here is with XMRig:

 * ASSEMBLY     auto:intel
 * POOL #1      stratum+tcp://cryptonight-hub.miningpoolhub.com:17024 variant r
 * API BIND     0.0.0.0:4028
 * COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume
[2019-03-16 15:52:12] [stratum+tcp://cryptonight-hub.miningpoolhub.com:17024] DNS error: "unknown node or service"
[2019-03-16 15:52:13] READY (CPU) threads 4(4) huge pages 4/4 100% memory 8192 KB
[2019-03-16 15:52:18] [stratum+tcp://cryptonight-hub.miningpoolhub.com:17024] DNS error: "unknown node or service"

Thanks for letting me know. I will correct this for CryptonightV4 in the next release.

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it is as easy or difficult as obtaining it from the explorer of each coin, just like AM CU, which scrape each Explorer, but only supports 3 or 4, but when they have been updated, the scrape is no longer valid, it must be redefined to I can read.

You can not get the Yimp hashnet and difficulty data as CTM does, because that YIMP also has a delay when it comes to obtaining the data, and at the end there is a very large lag. CC if you get the data of the explorer, or at least that seems because it is usually very accurate to what the explorer of each currency, but fails in the prices and can not choose so many exchanges, it takes a long time to read the new prices .

If you obtain the data of everything through the APIs, we obtain the data of everything. That is to say, for this currency, the data of the currency of X supplier, and the price data of X supplier. In the currency tab, with double click on Tabs coins, and by default deactivated and with notices to read the information on the subject.
I'm currently investigating how to design a solution that is flexible enough for most scenarios. The main goal will not be to try to replicate the AM CU features, but to offer more flexibility how to set the Difficulty and a few other properties of a Coin via external sources.

What I'm looking at is a way to specify a data source API URL (coin statistics provider, block explorer, exchange, wallet RPC, pool API or any other data source) in combination with a JSON expression how to find the property of interest in the data response. Basically a way of loading almost any value from almost any API URL. Awesome Miner will not be able to understand the JSON data responses from any data source, but if you specify something like "coinInfo.difficulty", Awesome Miner could lookup and use any value inside the data response.

I'm still exploring this topic so I will not be able to share much more details at the moment.

It would not be crazy to make your own api, mixing the data, and read that api from your server, so CC or CTM would not fall every so often.
The problem here is that I don't own the data and I'm only allowed to consume it inside Awesome Miner itself. Otherwise I would like to have a service that combined everything and exposed it to Awesome Miner.

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March 18, 2019, 10:35:01 AM
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Awesome Miner version 6.2.8

 Integration
  - New default block explorer for Siacoin balance
  - Predefined MiningPoolHub pool for Monero changed to CryptonightV4
 Mining softare
  - TeamRedMiner 0.4.2
  - XMRig 2.14.1 for AMD an nVidia
  - TT-Miner 2.1.19
  - SrbMiner 1.8.1
  - GMiner 1.36
 Corrections
  - Correction to drag and drop of miners between groups where it could result in a miner ending up as a sub node to another miner
  - Correction to the coin display when the pool URL is identical for two Managed Miners, but the coin is different.
  - Correction to benchmark of user defined software based on CryptoDredge
  - Allow hiding coins from the Coins tab even when no coin statistics are available
  - Changed custom algorithm mapping for coins to be applied before any exchange filter is used

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March 18, 2019, 06:47:28 PM
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Let me ask if how can I setup the miner with awesome miner If I want to mine solo?
I have a full node sample ravencoin how can I setup awesome miner to mine through localhost as URI?

I just want to ask this because I'm getting an error and I can't make it work with trex miner.

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March 18, 2019, 07:51:28 PM
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Let me ask if how can I setup the miner with awesome miner If I want to mine solo?
I have a full node sample ravencoin how can I setup awesome miner to mine through localhost as URI?

I just want to ask this because I'm getting an error and I can't make it work with trex miner.

I think that Trex don't allow solo mining
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March 18, 2019, 08:37:59 PM
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it is as easy or difficult as obtaining it from the explorer of each coin, just like AM CU, which scrape each Explorer, but only supports 3 or 4, but when they have been updated, the scrape is no longer valid, it must be redefined to I can read.

You can not get the Yimp hashnet and difficulty data as CTM does, because that YIMP also has a delay when it comes to obtaining the data, and at the end there is a very large lag. CC if you get the data of the explorer, or at least that seems because it is usually very accurate to what the explorer of each currency, but fails in the prices and can not choose so many exchanges, it takes a long time to read the new prices .

If you obtain the data of everything through the APIs, we obtain the data of everything. That is to say, for this currency, the data of the currency of X supplier, and the price data of X supplier. In the currency tab, with double click on Tabs coins, and by default deactivated and with notices to read the information on the subject.
I'm currently investigating how to design a solution that is flexible enough for most scenarios. The main goal will not be to try to replicate the AM CU features, but to offer more flexibility how to set the Difficulty and a few other properties of a Coin via external sources.

What I'm looking at is a way to specify a data source API URL (coin statistics provider, block explorer, exchange, wallet RPC, pool API or any other data source) in combination with a JSON expression how to find the property of interest in the data response. Basically a way of loading almost any value from almost any API URL. Awesome Miner will not be able to understand the JSON data responses from any data source, but if you specify something like "coinInfo.difficulty", Awesome Miner could lookup and use any value inside the data response.

I'm still exploring this topic so I will not be able to share much more details at the moment.

It would not be crazy to make your own api, mixing the data, and read that api from your server, so CC or CTM would not fall every so often.
The problem here is that I don't own the data and I'm only allowed to consume it inside Awesome Miner itself. Otherwise I would like to have a service that combined everything and exposed it to Awesome Miner.

complicated at the programming level is not. Neither do the data belong to CTM or CC, they are public and without intellectual property.

we have two default selectors deactivated for everyone and only those who activate them choose a provider for Data and another for prices I do not think it is too complicated. It would be more difficult to create the menu in the corresponding window than the data mix programming. Also you do not mix them, it is the user with your risk who says, this currency, X gives me data and X gives me prices. I do not see it complicated at the development level. Taking into account that we ask for the data of the 4 apis every few minutes and we have them in the AW loaded.

it's more that you want to do it Patrike, than the complexity that may have its development.

I hope that in some update you dare to offer it. I have already spoken privately with CC and CTM, and none want to improve their api in exchange for a monthly subscription. They do not have eyes to see that there is an empty market niche, without competition, you just have to give all the data well, not just a part of them.
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March 18, 2019, 08:42:23 PM
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it is as easy or difficult as obtaining it from the explorer of each coin, just like AM CU, which scrape each Explorer, but only supports 3 or 4, but when they have been updated, the scrape is no longer valid, it must be redefined to I can read.

You can not get the Yimp hashnet and difficulty data as CTM does, because that YIMP also has a delay when it comes to obtaining the data, and at the end there is a very large lag. CC if you get the data of the explorer, or at least that seems because it is usually very accurate to what the explorer of each currency, but fails in the prices and can not choose so many exchanges, it takes a long time to read the new prices .

If you obtain the data of everything through the APIs, we obtain the data of everything. That is to say, for this currency, the data of the currency of X supplier, and the price data of X supplier. In the currency tab, with double click on Tabs coins, and by default deactivated and with notices to read the information on the subject.
I'm currently investigating how to design a solution that is flexible enough for most scenarios. The main goal will not be to try to replicate the AM CU features, but to offer more flexibility how to set the Difficulty and a few other properties of a Coin via external sources.

What I'm looking at is a way to specify a data source API URL (coin statistics provider, block explorer, exchange, wallet RPC, pool API or any other data source) in combination with a JSON expression how to find the property of interest in the data response. Basically a way of loading almost any value from almost any API URL. Awesome Miner will not be able to understand the JSON data responses from any data source, but if you specify something like "coinInfo.difficulty", Awesome Miner could lookup and use any value inside the data response.

I'm still exploring this topic so I will not be able to share much more details at the moment.


It would not be crazy to make your own api, mixing the data, and read that api from your server, so CC or CTM would not fall every so often.
The problem here is that I don't own the data and I'm only allowed to consume it inside Awesome Miner itself. Otherwise I would like to have a service that combined everything and exposed it to Awesome Miner.

To extract data of difficulty is not complicated, the complicated thing is the Scrape of the different types of script that there is to mount the Explorer, and that when they update it changes the scrape.

The reward can be a huge pain, be aware of when it changes according to block, the part that goes to MN

I think that if we could read at least the HASh and difficulty of a coin in real time by adding the urls of the explorer, we would have the solution for CTM. But sometimes CTM also rewards do not have them well.

Sincerely, create an API service that mixes the data and offer them with monthly subscription. I would buy. Put the service on behalf of another person outside of you and that's it. Neither will the others know where you are extracting the data, but we both know where we would do it ... If they do not want them, someone will have to do it.
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