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March 27, 2019, 09:38:26 PM
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Version 6.2.9 (Development preview of 6.3)

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Thank you Patrike for the dynamic coin properties update feature, it's simply amazing! Going to test it out for a few days and see if it have significant effect on mining efficiency/luck, will let you know! Wink
Thanks for the great feedback. It's intended to be quite flexible, but it also requires some work to find and enter all data sources.

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March 27, 2019, 09:47:45 PM
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IF it is not used then better. But it is informative to see the health of the currency, to see how much hash there is and to determine if it is worthwhile to enter, or simply to observe its change.

IF it is not fundamental for the currency, do not bother. I am really grateful and enjoying the personalized data, some currencies change very fast and to enter before to mine it that other bots that are based on Yiimp data is already an advantage. With this we already have control of the coins that we mine. And also to be able to mix data taking them from other suppliers. There are coins that your Explorer does not show in difficulty, because they do not have API, so I get it from CC, but I use the CTM prices. Yes, you have made my mining group very happy and personally, we already have some 50 custom coins

A detail, in the update says that coins with something modified would be marked in blue or something similar. I do not see that, even to a currency that I have put the price by hand, does not mark anything in the list of coins that tell me that it is modified. I say it to review it, I am more than happy with everything else.

@PAtrike   Now we can even add new coins, obtaining price and difficulty by api URL. But there is one thing that we can not define and that is as easy as putting an extra field. THE blocktime. It is important because it determines how many blocks a day are generated and I suppose it would be important for AM calculations.

If I could add that simple field, we can now add coins directly as before with AM CU.

I feel like I'm always asking for something ...
Awesome Miner only uses Difficulty, Block Reward, Exchange rate and Exponential factor to calculate coins per day and the revenue for a coin. That's all properties needed to do all the calculations in Awesome Miner.

The other properties like NetHash and Block Time are not required at all - they are only displayed for information purposes. This is also the reason why it's never been possible to manually modify these properties.

About the blue text for coins. It's only on the Coins tab you will see the coin name displayed in blue color in the 'Coin' column - if the coin has custom properties. As soon as you have enabled "Change Properties" for a coin, it should show up with blue name. It may not be that easy to see the small color change, but it should be there.

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Last edit: March 27, 2019, 10:10:39 PM by patrike
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https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/6o2i39gufuevpnt/Captura%20de%20pantalla%202019-03-27%20a%20las%2021.07.31.png


http://explore.placeh.io:8080/api/getdifficulty

I have this fault, which is foreign to AM. It is to obtain the difficulty of a coin. If you run the url in a browser it looks good, but then in AM you see that it also gets the Google Analytics code, Google's free statistics system

But the first line corresponds to the difficulty. I leave it to you in case there is some easy way that you can solve it, as some option to just read the first line, or ignore a scrypt if it has "google" inside as a name. Any option is valid.

This being very useful, there are coins that according to the providers to the explorer there a huge difference. The most realistic difficulty data apart from the explorer, is WTM.

I hope something can be done.
I looked up this one in Chrome dev tools and it's returning a HTML page with a Javascript.

In a web browser this will just look like a number, but it's both HTML and Javascript just like you pointed out.

From an Awesome Miner point of view the information is downloaded but contains much more than just a plain number. A bit strange that they call this an API (in the URL) where it's also including HTML in the response.

I will have to investigate if this can be supported in a good way.

Update: I took your advice and only look on the first line if there are multiple lines for plain text sources. A correction to support these kind of URL's will be included in the next release. No additional configuration will be required, it will just work.

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March 27, 2019, 10:00:44 PM
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Patrick, hello.

 I have when requesting a manual API http://explorer.choosebitcash.com/api/getdifficulty
issues the HTML PUBLIC DOCTYPE "- // W3C // DTD HTML 4.01 // EN"
"http://Http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
<Html>

<Head>
<title> BitCash Explorer </ title>
<meta name = "description" content = "">
<meta name = "keywords" content = "">
</ head>
<frameset lines = "100%, *" border = "0">
<frame src = "http: //188.165.217.191ific001/api/getdifficulty" frameborder = "0" />
</ frameset>

</ html>

When requested with CoinCalculators.io [?(@.Name=='Litecoin')].CurrentDifficulty
always one answer "Unable to read value"

Request Provider: WhatToMine
JSON property expression: coins.Litecoin.difficulty - I get data on all coins

When I request https://explorer.zcha.in/v2/mainnet/network, I get a response with the data, but on top of “Unable to read value”


The idea is very cool. Well done.
Thanks for all feedback.

1) I noticed the example in the documentation for BitCash didn't work out-of-the-box.
Instead you have to enter the following URL that provides the plain value:
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http://188.165.217.191:3001/api/getdifficulty

I've updated the documentation for this as well. Thanks for letting me know

2) For CoinCalculators and Litecoin - the JSON properties are actually case sensitive.
Please change your configuration from:
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[?(@.Name=='Litecoin')].CurrentDifficulty
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[?(@.name=='Litecoin')].currentDifficulty

3) From what I can see, the Zcash API example works fine. Which property did you try to load?
You do need to specify a JSON property expression like "difficulty" or similar.

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March 28, 2019, 12:41:30 AM
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I also noticed that on the dashboard screen, it shows my active miners as one number but under active devices, under "ASIC" it has the wrong value - my guess is that it relates to the T15, like it sees it as an active miner but not as an ASIC for some reason.

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Patrick, hello.

 I have when requesting a manual API http://explorer.choosebitcash.com/api/getdifficulty
issues the HTML PUBLIC DOCTYPE "- // W3C // DTD HTML 4.01 // EN"
"http://Http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
<Html>

<Head>
<title> BitCash Explorer </ title>
<meta name = "description" content = "">
<meta name = "keywords" content = "">
</ head>
<frameset lines = "100%, *" border = "0">
<frame src = "http: //188.165.217.191ific001/api/getdifficulty" frameborder = "0" />
</ frameset>

</ html>

When requested with CoinCalculators.io [?(@.Name=='Litecoin')].CurrentDifficulty
always one answer "Unable to read value"

Request Provider: WhatToMine
JSON property expression: coins.Litecoin.difficulty - I get data on all coins

When I request https://explorer.zcha.in/v2/mainnet/network, I get a response with the data, but on top of “Unable to read value”


The idea is very cool. Well done.
Thanks for all feedback.

1) I noticed the example in the documentation for BitCash didn't work out-of-the-box.
Instead you have to enter the following URL that provides the plain value:
Code:
http://188.165.217.191:3001/api/getdifficulty

I've updated the documentation for this as well. Thanks for letting me know

2) For CoinCalculators and Litecoin - the JSON properties are actually case sensitive.
Please change your configuration from:
Code:
[?(@.Name=='Litecoin')].CurrentDifficulty
to:
Code:
[?(@.name=='Litecoin')].currentDifficulty

3) From what I can see, the Zcash API example works fine. Which property did you try to load?
You do need to specify a JSON property expression like "difficulty" or similar.


Give thanks. I understood.
Everything is very good.
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March 28, 2019, 11:11:14 AM
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Hi Patrike,

Regarding dynamic loading from local coin node's JSON-RPC which uses POST, can you give an example on whether it is possible to read the data with current v6.2.9 release please?

what I'm trying to achieve is via the built-in JSON-RPC with the example:

Code:
curl --data-binary '{"jsonrpc": "1.0", "id":"curltest", "method": "getinfo", "params": [] }'
    -H 'content-type: application/json;' http://USER:RPCPASS@HOST:PORT/

now I can get it to work by testing it using the Servistate Chrome Extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/servistate-http-editor-re/mmdjghedkfbdhbjhmefbbgjaihmmhkeg)

but I'm not sure exactly how to parse this via AM's interface

Thanks in advance!
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March 28, 2019, 01:28:56 PM
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I also noticed that on the dashboard screen, it shows my active miners as one number but under active devices, under "ASIC" it has the wrong value - my guess is that it relates to the T15, like it sees it as an active miner but not as an ASIC for some reason.
Before I made the change for Antminer T15 in the recent development release 6.2.9, the ASIC count wasn't including this miner like you describe. However, this should be working fine since the latest development version.

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March 28, 2019, 01:34:44 PM
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Hi Patrike,

Regarding dynamic loading from local coin node's JSON-RPC which uses POST, can you give an example on whether it is possible to read the data with current v6.2.9 release please?

what I'm trying to achieve is via the built-in JSON-RPC with the example:

Code:
curl --data-binary '{"jsonrpc": "1.0", "id":"curltest", "method": "getinfo", "params": [] }'
    -H 'content-type: application/json;' http://USER:RPCPASS@HOST:PORT/

now I can get it to work by testing it using the Servistate Chrome Extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/servistate-http-editor-re/mmdjghedkfbdhbjhmefbbgjaihmmhkeg)

but I'm not sure exactly how to parse this via AM's interface

Thanks in advance!
I looked into this scenario and there was no way of including the username and password in the HTTP authorization header.

I've just added support for entering a username and password for the HTTP request and tested it with a local wallet - and it works fine.

I've also updated the documentation for this, although you cannot use it until the next development release is available. Please see "Load coin difficulty from local wallet software via JSON-RPC API":
https://support.awesomeminer.com/support/solutions/articles/35000115480-load-coin-properties-from-a-custom-source

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March 28, 2019, 09:10:31 PM
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I looked into this scenario and there was no way of including the username and password in the HTTP authorization header.

I've just added support for entering a username and password for the HTTP request and tested it with a local wallet - and it works fine.

I've also updated the documentation for this, although you cannot use it until the next development release is available. Please see "Load coin difficulty from local wallet software via JSON-RPC API":
https://support.awesomeminer.com/support/solutions/articles/35000115480-load-coin-properties-from-a-custom-source

Thank you patrike! This is marvellous! This resolves the issue with some public explorers with API caching issue (chainz.cryptoid.info - and consequently, CoinCalculators using it) and cause delay in reported difficulty which is far different than actual "current" value.

Time to setup a dedicated wallets node box for good potential PoW chains without a (good) explorer while waiting for next AM release (Perfect Timing!). Saves API bashing public services as well and potentially getting oneself banned/flagged by them.
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March 28, 2019, 10:54:08 PM
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I also noticed that on the dashboard screen, it shows my active miners as one number but under active devices, under "ASIC" it has the wrong value - my guess is that it relates to the T15, like it sees it as an active miner but not as an ASIC for some reason.
Before I made the change for Antminer T15 in the recent development release 6.2.9, the ASIC count wasn't including this miner like you describe. However, this should be working fine since the latest development version.

sorry but maybe I am misunderstanding - are you saying it should be corrected now? or will be corrected with next update? I have no updates to install and says it is using most current version but I do not see the temps for the T15 nor do I see it counted as an ASIC on the dashboard screen.

Still having the API disconnect every few minutes as well. sometimes it reconnects other times I have to reboot all the miners. I may have to stop using AM and find another way to report miner details. I feel that with all the reboots that I am just losing money because the miners are being stopped and rebooted simply so AM can see them - when in fact they are working fine.

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March 29, 2019, 07:14:03 AM
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I also noticed that on the dashboard screen, it shows my active miners as one number but under active devices, under "ASIC" it has the wrong value - my guess is that it relates to the T15, like it sees it as an active miner but not as an ASIC for some reason.
Before I made the change for Antminer T15 in the recent development release 6.2.9, the ASIC count wasn't including this miner like you describe. However, this should be working fine since the latest development version.

sorry but maybe I am misunderstanding - are you saying it should be corrected now? or will be corrected with next update? I have no updates to install and says it is using most current version but I do not see the temps for the T15 nor do I see it counted as an ASIC on the dashboard screen.
The device count should be fine in development version 6.2.9, released a few days ago. Version 6.2.8 is the latest public release - but you can upgrade to 6.2.9 in this way:
To get access to development versions, open the Options dialog in Awesome Miner. In the General section, enable Check for development versions. Then go to the Menu and click Check for updates.

You can confirm your current version in the lower left corner of the Awesome Miner main application.

Still having the API disconnect every few minutes as well. sometimes it reconnects other times I have to reboot all the miners. I may have to stop using AM and find another way to report miner details. I feel that with all the reboots that I am just losing money because the miners are being stopped and rebooted simply so AM can see them - when in fact they are working fine.
For the Antminer API - did you follow my previous suggestion about testing with a completely different mining pool?

I've had a number of cases in the past where some specific mining pools could cause the problems you describe with miners showing up as Disconnected after a while - although they still were mining on the pool. What happens here is an issue on the Antminers when mining on some pools begin to respond slower and slower to monitoring applications (API requests). After a while the responses are so slow (or not given at all) that Awesome Miner will simply consider the miner to be Disconnected.

Please note that this is an issue on the Antminer under certain conditions - not an Awesome Miner issue. For this reason you will run into the same issues even if you would test with another monitoring solution.

This is also why I keep answer with the same suggestion all the time, about doing troubleshooting and testing with another mining pool, so we can confirm the issue. Thanks!

There is one setting in Awesome Miner that might help a bit, where you can have Awesome Miner wait longer for the responses from the Antminer. Please go to the Options dialog, Advanced section, and increase the "Miner API connection timeout" to 10 seconds for example. This will however not solve the main problem, only make it show up less frequent. You can try this if you want, but my main suggestion is still about the mining pool.

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For the Antminer API - did you follow my previous suggestion about testing with a completely different mining pool?

I've had a number of cases in the past where some specific mining pools could cause the problems you describe with miners showing up as Disconnected after a while - although they still were mining on the pool. What happens here is an issue on the Antminers when mining on some pools begin to respond slower and slower to monitoring applications (API requests). After a while the responses are so slow (or not given at all) that Awesome Miner will simply consider the miner to be Disconnected.

Please note that this is an issue on the Antminer under certain conditions - not an Awesome Miner issue. For this reason you will run into the same issues even if you would test with another monitoring solution.

This is also why I keep answer with the same suggestion all the time, about doing troubleshooting and testing with another mining pool, so we can confirm the issue. Thanks!

There is one setting in Awesome Miner that might help a bit, where you can have Awesome Miner wait longer for the responses from the Antminer. Please go to the Options dialog, Advanced section, and increase the "Miner API connection timeout" to 10 seconds for example. This will however not solve the main problem, only make it show up less frequent. You can try this if you want, but my main suggestion is still about the mining pool.

yes, Kano.is, Slushpool, BTC.com pool, ViaBTC pool also tried several other SHA-256 pools that are not bitcoin pools. I get it no matter what the pool is.  I understand what you mean but it does not solve my issue - I need to be able to remotely see what each miner is doing without having the need to reboot them. Before I just had the Antminer screens open - one browser window per miner (so you can imagine a lot of windows) and each window set to a 15 second refresh and this worked fine except for the need to switch between so many windows.

I will try the miner API Connection timeout - I think you suggested that once before and it might have worked - I do not recall but maybe one of the updates reset it back? and I just need to go in and change it again.

I will play with the settings this weekend and let you know.

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For the Antminer API - did you follow my previous suggestion about testing with a completely different mining pool?

I've had a number of cases in the past where some specific mining pools could cause the problems you describe with miners showing up as Disconnected after a while - although they still were mining on the pool. What happens here is an issue on the Antminers when mining on some pools begin to respond slower and slower to monitoring applications (API requests). After a while the responses are so slow (or not given at all) that Awesome Miner will simply consider the miner to be Disconnected.

Please note that this is an issue on the Antminer under certain conditions - not an Awesome Miner issue. For this reason you will run into the same issues even if you would test with another monitoring solution.

This is also why I keep answer with the same suggestion all the time, about doing troubleshooting and testing with another mining pool, so we can confirm the issue. Thanks!

There is one setting in Awesome Miner that might help a bit, where you can have Awesome Miner wait longer for the responses from the Antminer. Please go to the Options dialog, Advanced section, and increase the "Miner API connection timeout" to 10 seconds for example. This will however not solve the main problem, only make it show up less frequent. You can try this if you want, but my main suggestion is still about the mining pool.

yes, Kano.is, Slushpool, BTC.com pool, ViaBTC pool also tried several other SHA-256 pools that are not bitcoin pools. I get it no matter what the pool is.  I understand what you mean but it does not solve my issue - I need to be able to remotely see what each miner is doing without having the need to reboot them. Before I just had the Antminer screens open - one browser window per miner (so you can imagine a lot of windows) and each window set to a 15 second refresh and this worked fine except for the need to switch between so many windows.

I will try the miner API Connection timeout - I think you suggested that once before and it might have worked - I do not recall but maybe one of the updates reset it back? and I just need to go in and change it again.

I will play with the settings this weekend and let you know.
Thanks for the update. Please keep me updated on any findings with the timeout.

Is it only a reboot of the Antminer that makes it show up correctly again - I suppose a restart of the Awesome Miner application doesn't resolve anything? Thanks!

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March 29, 2019, 02:46:10 PM
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Thanks for the update. Please keep me updated on any findings with the timeout.

Is it only a reboot of the Antminer that makes it show up correctly again - I suppose a restart of the Awesome Miner application doesn't resolve anything? Thanks!

I did increase the timeout - already had 2 miners report as disconnected on AM while still showing active on pool - however, within a few seconds AM showed them "reconnected" so they are still dropping but they seem to get re-added back.

I waited for one to disconnect and then restarted the AM software, it does not reconnect - the warning changes from the API warning to a simple disconnected warning.

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Thanks for the update. Please keep me updated on any findings with the timeout.

Is it only a reboot of the Antminer that makes it show up correctly again - I suppose a restart of the Awesome Miner application doesn't resolve anything? Thanks!

I did increase the timeout - already had 2 miners report as disconnected on AM while still showing active on pool - however, within a few seconds AM showed them "reconnected" so they are still dropping but they seem to get re-added back.

I waited for one to disconnect and then restarted the AM software, it does not reconnect - the warning changes from the API warning to a simple disconnected warning.
For one of the Mining (connected) ASIC miners:
In the Summary tab in the lower part of the screen you will find a property called "Response time", indicating how fast the ASIC miner is responding to monitoring requests from Awesome Miner. If the miner shows up as Disconnected, you will not see anything here, but otherwise you will see a value here. The value should be less than 500 ms all the time.

For one of the Disconnected ASIC miners:
Please select the miner and click go to the toolbar: Tools -> API Report. If the ASIC miner respond to any requests, you will have more than 100 lines of information in the response. If no response, you will just have a few lines with the name of the API commands that Awesome Miner sent to the ASIC miner.

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Version 6.2.10 (Development preview of 6.3)

 Features
  - Updates to the built-in web interface, including a new dark theme (configurable in the Options dialog, Web section)
  - Added menu entry to the Log File menu to only return the most recent log entries
 User interface
  - Mining software list visual updates
 Integration
  - Automatically setup Phoenix Miner pool parameters when using with Zergpool ProgPow
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March 29, 2019, 10:11:56 PM
Last edit: March 29, 2019, 11:41:55 PM by GoRdiE
 #9338

Hi patrike,

1/ I'm testing the load value from custom JSON source. In my case, with the exchange rate.

I get a api like that (in the explorer) and the value that interest me is "buy":

https://i.imgur.com/OcD2jK7.jpg

But then I get the result witha a metric: x.xxxE-05

https://i.imgur.com/4FWgvOH.jpg

How can I find a artithmetric expression to that?

2/ Another question:

When I set a Custom provider, in this case in the exchange, It would be nice if we could see the name of the new provider instead of the original name

3/ And how get a buyPrice on CoinCalculators?

Code:
[
  {
    "name": "Grin_31",
    "algorithm": "cuckAToo31",
    "image": "images/coin/grin.png",
    "blockTime": 60.0,
    "blockReward": 60.0,
    "lastBlock": 105091.0,
    "price_usd": 3.0702565507108046,
    "price_btc": 0.00074869867660520557,
    "highestBid": 0.00075128,
    "lowestAsk": 0.00059898,
    "volume_usd": 1234929.7665118622,
    "totalSupply": 0.0,
    "marketCapUSD": 0.0,
    "percentChange_1h": 0.0,
    "percentChange_24h": -0.019512294599506763,
    "percentChange_7d": 0.0,
    "symbol": "GRIN",
    "nethash24": 37576.587968220338,
    "nethash6": 36653.468465308753,
    "nethash3": 32042.740900438337,
    "currentNethash": 28091.858434797192,
    "difficulty24": 3264615362.9355512,
    "difficulty6": 3184793531.0840335,
    "difficulty3": 2784170726.8305087,
    "currentDifficulty": 2440881389.0,
    "powerWatt": 0.0,
    "kWhPriceUSD": 0.0,
    "rewardsInHour": 11497.884233393746,
    "rewardsInDay": 275949.22160144988,
    "rewardsInWeek": 1931644.5512101492,
    "rewardsInMonth": 8278476.6480434965,
    "rewardsInYear": 100721465.8845292,
    "revenueInHourUSD": 35301.45438689163,
    "revenueInDayUSD": 847234.90528539894,
    "revenueInWeekUSD": 5930644.3369977931,
    "revenueInMonthUSD": 25417047.158561971,
    "revenueInYearUSD": 309240740.42917061,
    "profitInHourUSD": 35301.45438689163,
    "profitInDayUSD": 847234.90528539917,
    "profitInWeekUSD": 5930644.336997794,
    "profitInMonthUSD": 25417047.158561975,
    "profitInYearUSD": 309240740.42917073,
    "yourHashrate": 1000000.0,
    "exchanges": [
      {
        "name": "QBTC",
        "base": "USDT",
        "quote": "GRIN",
        "price": 0.000734525427283417,
        "price_in_base": 3.01,
        "volume": 83.888021192869957,
        "change": 0.0,
        "buyPrice": 0.0,
        "sellPrice": 0.0,
        "lastUpdate": 1553902444
      },
      {
        "name": "Poloniex",
        "base": "BTC",
        "quote": "GRIN",
        "price": 0.00075685884465330271,
        "price_in_base": 0.00075685,
        "volume": 61.475533484613287,
        "change": 0.20644307,
        "buyPrice": 0.00075012,
        "sellPrice": 0.00075685,
        "lastUpdate": 1553902505
      },
      {
        "name": "Bittrex",
        "base": "BTC",
        "quote": "GRIN",
        "price": 0.00074000864774188282,
        "price_in_base": 0.00074,
        "volume": 42.965251329801717,
        "change": 0.0,
        "buyPrice": 0.00074,
        "sellPrice": 0.00075,
        "lastUpdate": 1553902505
      },
      {
        "name": "Kucoin",
        "base": "BTC",
        "quote": "GRIN",
        "price": 0.00075092877535450628,
        "price_in_base": 0.00075092,
        "volume": 40.672430054091613,
        "change": 0.0,
        "buyPrice": 0.00075128,
        "sellPrice": 0.00075997,
        "lastUpdate": 1553902525
      },
      {
        "name": "Hitbtc",
        "base": "USD",
        "quote": "GRIN",
        "price": 0.00073740279805725023,
        "price_in_base": 3.0184,
        "volume": 21.453548793850032,
        "change": 0.0,
        "buyPrice": 3.01459,
        "sellPrice": 3.03165,
        "lastUpdate": 1553902515
      },

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March 30, 2019, 02:12:59 AM
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https://cointomine.today/calculator/coin/VEIL/?&hashrate=205&power=1344&poolfee=0.0&blockreward=50&difficulty=4666.48&cost=0


@patrike you can add the Vinex exchange that is new to CTM and using this, I can not choose it in the currency exchange list.
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March 30, 2019, 05:35:02 AM
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Hi Patrike,

little issue with dynamic update (via wallet JSON-RPC), I'm running a TZC (TrezarCoin - Neoscrypt) node and setting up RPC for access, difficulty was easy with the

Code:
getinfo

method

then I try to get the Block Reward (reported by pool as incorrect, in my experience, all blocks are 100 TZC so far, ZergPool reports 80 TZC, CoinToMine reports 92 as it uses pools data and avg), so I setup the dynamic update call with getblocktemplate method

Code:
{"jsonrpc": "1.0", "id": "curltest", "method": "getblocktemplate", "params": [{"rules":["segwit"]}] }
and AM read the value without issues from the UI with JSON propertie expression:

Code:
result.coinbasevalue

+ Arithmetic operation

Code:
/ 1000000

however, in the coins tab, only the difficulty gets updated and the Block Reward remains at 0.0 when I enable dynamic update from coin properties (check only Difficulty + Dynamic update, Block reward + Dynamic Update checkboxes)

Could you please see if you you can replicate the issue when you have the chance, Thank you!
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