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October 11, 2018, 06:53:34 PM
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When benchmarking wildrig on several algos, it never gets above 0h/s. Just shows new jobs being received from the pool but no shares being accepted. Tried different pools as well.
I wasn't able to reproduce this issue. Do you get any hashrate with Wildrig while mining normally (not benchmarking)?

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October 11, 2018, 06:55:08 PM
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Can you add in Online Services->User defined online services->Custom (Yiimp compatible) the option to set a coin??

I think it´s useful in cases where the api provided by the pool does not give us data, so if we can put the currency in particular (or if not, we put Unspecified and we continue with the api's pool data(which we will do)) , we will have an idea more realistic than we get, either in number of coins, value, etc ...

Thanks a lot for your software and keep up the good work
Thanks for your nice feedback!

In this scenario I think you can add it as a standard pool in the Options dialog, Pools section, where you can add the pool URL and specify the exact coin you are mining.


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October 11, 2018, 07:00:38 PM
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Today, the profit of miners is almost zero, the cost of equipment decreases almost every day, but at the same time your program, on the contrary, grows in price. Where is the logic?
It would be more logical to give discounts in such long moments of falling.
How do you think?
Hi and thanks for your comments.

The last price adjustment for Awesome Miner was in December 2017 (10 months ago) and the change was quite small (at most +20% for some licenses). There is no direct relation between the license cost for Awesome Miner and the profitability of mining.

I still hope that you will find the software valuable and that it will save you both time and money when running your mining operations.

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October 11, 2018, 07:16:17 PM
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Can you add in Online Services->User defined online services->Custom (Yiimp compatible) the option to set a coin??

I think it´s useful in cases where the api provided by the pool does not give us data, so if we can put the currency in particular (or if not, we put Unspecified and we continue with the api's pool data(which we will do)) , we will have an idea more realistic than we get, either in number of coins, value, etc ...

Thanks a lot for your software and keep up the good work
Thanks for your nice feedback!

In this scenario I think you can add it as a standard pool in the Options dialog, Pools section, where you can add the pool URL and specify the exact coin you are mining.



Hi patrike,

in many pools, the API provided is general for one single ALGO although you can mine different currencies in different ports or simply setting the pasword as -p mc=COIN. In other cases, we do not have the COIN in AW but we will have it later either by updates of the Coin Statistics Providers or by a manual update. I think that by enabling the option to putting a COIN, we would always have the two options available for any case that could be given. Take the API provided or take the COIN we have. For example, to make it pre-value one value over another, if we select a COIN then the value taken for profit is the COIN, and if we do not select (undefined coin - algo) then the API provided will prevail. It is simply making adding pools more dynamic. Another similar option would be to add the API in POOLS. I think it would be beneficial and gives us more options, if you think it's convenient.
Thanks for the reply
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October 11, 2018, 08:53:32 PM
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https://shittomine.com/calculator/

It would be wonderful if I could add the data of this web to have many more coins, I have not seen anything of api, but maybe if you ask the owner you make an api.

This website lists the newest currencies very quickly, and that is to have a great advantage.

https://shittomine.com/contact-us/
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October 11, 2018, 09:18:45 PM
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Hello @patrike, I would like to explain to you one of the problems and the solutions we can have.

Awesome miner is a great program, but it depends on obtaining data from the coins. What happens that according to the source, because WTM, Coinwarz or CC, and maybe some day Shit to mine, each one gives the price of a different site and that many, but that often gives us not real values ​​of price, because we They give the price they want and it does not match our exchanges. In this way efficiency is lost in the auto profit.

I think you should do a job here, because this is the basis of your program. My idea or suggestion, is that even if the data is collected from these webs, the price is deducted directly from the exchanges. The same thing that AW CU does, in which we put the data by hand, but read the prices of the exchanges prices. And best of all, I could say XVG I want the price of Graviex, I mean, to be able to choose for each currency the exchange where I want the price, and if it is not, then the exchange that has a price similar to that of the exchange that I use. I would choose it, and if I do not choose it, I would show the highest one.

It is very frustrating to mine a currency at a higher price than what I am really selling it, because maybe it takes the price of a rare exchange.

Like AW CU, it reads the prices of a dozen exchanges, but always shows the highest and that is unreal, because normally the highest corresponds to a rare exchange of low volume. To be able to increase the amount of coins with shittomine, and to be able to specify in each currency the exchange that I want the price, would make a huge change. Also if left by default it would show the higher price.

But the simple idea of ​​many more currencies, and more realistic prices to the exchanges we work, can make a big difference, but now that the market is so low.

I also consider that what I ask or suggest, is the most important part of this program, the quantity and quality of the data. You can not take whattomine prices that can be different from CC or coinwarz, but being able to choose the exchange where you look at the price per coin, would be a step forward that many would appreciate and raise a step more the quality of Awesome miner in front of their competition.

It is very normal, very recurrent that many times we are undermining with exaggerated prices, for that reason, you should collect the prices of the exchanges, apart from the data of the pages of currency. In two different processes. It gives you more control and many more coins if you add Shittomine

Those that seem good idea, please comment, because if many people support these ideas, patrike will think more.
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October 11, 2018, 09:55:24 PM
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Hi,

sadly, Pinpins decided to close Zergpool today Sad


-We have taken decision to close down the pool. Stratum servers will be stopped during next hours, and all pending earnings payed within next 24h above respective twice less thresholds .

Thank you so much for all support during this journey

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Can you please add  https://icemining.ca/  instead? They have really good support, new algos (BCD, x22i, renesis, lbk3..)

Thank you very MUCH for your brilliant support (as always Cheesy )
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October 11, 2018, 09:59:53 PM
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Hi,

sadly, Pinpins decided to close Zergpool today Sad


-We have taken decision to close down the pool. Stratum servers will be stopped during next hours, and all pending earnings payed within next 24h above respective twice less thresholds .

Thank you so much for all support during this journey

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Can you please add  https://icemining.ca/  instead? They have really good support, new algos (BCD, x22i, renesis, lbk3..)

Thank you very MUCH for your brilliant support (as always Cheesy )

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October 11, 2018, 10:56:05 PM
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New WildRig Multi released with --benchmark parameter, so now you can use this for proper measurement.
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October 11, 2018, 10:59:49 PM
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I want to turn off a certain notification that keeps popping up.

"Mining process not running, initiating restart (Claymore's Dual Ethereum Miner, Unspecified / Multi-algorithm, Nanopool)"

We are using Claymore on all our miners . The source in the notification is "system."

I tried turning all all Predefined rules and User-defined rules in Awesome Miner notification settings. The notification keeps appearing.

Does anyone know how to stop this notification from coming up? Thanks.
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October 12, 2018, 06:33:01 AM
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Today, the profit of miners is almost zero, the cost of equipment decreases almost every day, but at the same time your program, on the contrary, grows in price. Where is the logic?
It would be more logical to give discounts in such long moments of falling.
How do you think?
Hi and thanks for your comments.

The last price adjustment for Awesome Miner was in December 2017 (10 months ago) and the change was quite small (at most +20% for some licenses). There is no direct relation between the license cost for Awesome Miner and the profitability of mining.

I still hope that you will find the software valuable and that it will save you both time and money when running your mining operations.
It is about this that the cost of the license was raised precisely at the peak of the cost of cryptocurrency, and since then, both the equipment and the cryptocurrency have decreased in price several times, and the software has remained at the same level
maybe it makes sense to give discounts while the market is in a fall?
I am ready to consider a purchase, but only with a good discount
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October 12, 2018, 09:55:34 AM
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@patrike

Can you add in Online Services->User defined online services->Custom (Yiimp compatible) the option to set a coin??

I think it´s useful in cases where the api provided by the pool does not give us data, so if we can put the currency in particular (or if not, we put Unspecified and we continue with the api's pool data(which we will do)) , we will have an idea more realistic than we get, either in number of coins, value, etc ...

Thanks a lot for your software and keep up the good work
Thanks for your nice feedback!

In this scenario I think you can add it as a standard pool in the Options dialog, Pools section, where you can add the pool URL and specify the exact coin you are mining.



Hi patrike,

in many pools, the API provided is general for one single ALGO although you can mine different currencies in different ports or simply setting the pasword as -p mc=COIN. In other cases, we do not have the COIN in AW but we will have it later either by updates of the Coin Statistics Providers or by a manual update. I think that by enabling the option to putting a COIN, we would always have the two options available for any case that could be given. Take the API provided or take the COIN we have. For example, to make it pre-value one value over another, if we select a COIN then the value taken for profit is the COIN, and if we do not select (undefined coin - algo) then the API provided will prevail. It is simply making adding pools more dynamic. Another similar option would be to add the API in POOLS. I think it would be beneficial and gives us more options, if you think it's convenient.
Thanks for the reply
Thanks for the update - I do see your point for the scenario where the specific coin profitability isn't provided via WhatToMine or Coincalculators - and only via the Yiimp-pool API. This could be supported in the future.

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October 12, 2018, 10:02:46 AM
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@patrike

Can you add in Online Services->User defined online services->Custom (Yiimp compatible) the option to set a coin??

I think it´s useful in cases where the api provided by the pool does not give us data, so if we can put the currency in particular (or if not, we put Unspecified and we continue with the api's pool data(which we will do)) , we will have an idea more realistic than we get, either in number of coins, value, etc ...

Thanks a lot for your software and keep up the good work
Thanks for your nice feedback!

In this scenario I think you can add it as a standard pool in the Options dialog, Pools section, where you can add the pool URL and specify the exact coin you are mining.



Hi patrike,

in many pools, the API provided is general for one single ALGO although you can mine different currencies in different ports or simply setting the pasword as -p mc=COIN. In other cases, we do not have the COIN in AW but we will have it later either by updates of the Coin Statistics Providers or by a manual update. I think that by enabling the option to putting a COIN, we would always have the two options available for any case that could be given. Take the API provided or take the COIN we have. For example, to make it pre-value one value over another, if we select a COIN then the value taken for profit is the COIN, and if we do not select (undefined coin - algo) then the API provided will prevail. It is simply making adding pools more dynamic. Another similar option would be to add the API in POOLS. I think it would be beneficial and gives us more options, if you think it's convenient.
Thanks for the reply
Thanks for the update - I do see your point for the scenario where the specific coin profitability isn't provided via WhatToMine or Coincalculators - and only via the Yiimp-pool API. This could be supported in the future.

Thanks patrike, your support is always excellent
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October 12, 2018, 10:09:34 AM
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Hello @patrike, I would like to explain to you one of the problems and the solutions we can have.

Awesome miner is a great program, but it depends on obtaining data from the coins. What happens that according to the source, because WTM, Coinwarz or CC, and maybe some day Shit to mine, each one gives the price of a different site and that many, but that often gives us not real values ​​of price, because we They give the price they want and it does not match our exchanges. In this way efficiency is lost in the auto profit.

I think you should do a job here, because this is the basis of your program. My idea or suggestion, is that even if the data is collected from these webs, the price is deducted directly from the exchanges. The same thing that AW CU does, in which we put the data by hand, but read the prices of the exchanges prices. And best of all, I could say XVG I want the price of Graviex, I mean, to be able to choose for each currency the exchange where I want the price, and if it is not, then the exchange that has a price similar to that of the exchange that I use. I would choose it, and if I do not choose it, I would show the highest one.

It is very frustrating to mine a currency at a higher price than what I am really selling it, because maybe it takes the price of a rare exchange.

Like AW CU, it reads the prices of a dozen exchanges, but always shows the highest and that is unreal, because normally the highest corresponds to a rare exchange of low volume. To be able to increase the amount of coins with shittomine, and to be able to specify in each currency the exchange that I want the price, would make a huge change. Also if left by default it would show the higher price.

But the simple idea of ​​many more currencies, and more realistic prices to the exchanges we work, can make a big difference, but now that the market is so low.

I also consider that what I ask or suggest, is the most important part of this program, the quantity and quality of the data. You can not take whattomine prices that can be different from CC or coinwarz, but being able to choose the exchange where you look at the price per coin, would be a step forward that many would appreciate and raise a step more the quality of Awesome miner in front of their competition.

It is very normal, very recurrent that many times we are undermining with exaggerated prices, for that reason, you should collect the prices of the exchanges, apart from the data of the pages of currency. In two different processes. It gives you more control and many more coins if you add Shittomine

Those that seem good idea, please comment, because if many people support these ideas, patrike will think more.
Since earlier this week, I have been in contact with the admin of ShitToMine about adding API support for Awesome Miner. No decisions are made yet, but I'm open for adding it in Awesome Miner.

CoinCalculators.io do have a concept of Highest Bid / Lowest Ask, but they are not yet exposed over their API. I think the Highest Bid is a value that might be of interest for you so I've reached out to them to see if this can be a value to provide to Awesome Miner.
UPDATE: This has been sorted out now and I've just finished the implementation in Awesome Miner where you can select if you want CoinCalculator statistics with Highest Bid or Lowest Ask - and as a bonus I also made it configurable to get the coin difficulty based on Current, 3h, 6h or 24h.

In addition to the above, I do see your point about being able to get the coin exchange rates directly from the exchanges for the scenarios where the coin statistics providers doesn't deliver an exchange rate that is realistic enough. I will have to explore this a bit more and this could possibly be an improvement that would make sense to add.

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October 12, 2018, 10:14:06 AM
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Hi,

sadly, Pinpins decided to close Zergpool today Sad


-We have taken decision to close down the pool. Stratum servers will be stopped during next hours, and all pending earnings payed within next 24h above respective twice less thresholds .

Thank you so much for all support during this journey

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Can you please add  https://icemining.ca/  instead? They have really good support, new algos (BCD, x22i, renesis, lbk3..)

Thank you very MUCH for your brilliant support (as always Cheesy )
Icemining looks like one of the more popular pools right now so I've reached out to them with a request.

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October 12, 2018, 10:20:37 AM
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Today, the profit of miners is almost zero, the cost of equipment decreases almost every day, but at the same time your program, on the contrary, grows in price. Where is the logic?
It would be more logical to give discounts in such long moments of falling.
How do you think?
Hi and thanks for your comments.

The last price adjustment for Awesome Miner was in December 2017 (10 months ago) and the change was quite small (at most +20% for some licenses). There is no direct relation between the license cost for Awesome Miner and the profitability of mining.

I still hope that you will find the software valuable and that it will save you both time and money when running your mining operations.
It is about this that the cost of the license was raised precisely at the peak of the cost of cryptocurrency, and since then, both the equipment and the cryptocurrency have decreased in price several times, and the software has remained at the same level
maybe it makes sense to give discounts while the market is in a fall?
I am ready to consider a purchase, but only with a good discount
Thanks for your feedback.

Software pricing is always a difficult topic as there can be many opinions. Please note that the pricing is intended to reflect the value of the software and the included support. Also note that Awesome Miner is much more feature rich today compared to a year ago. Compared to other solutions out there, including those that are less powerful, Awesome Miner is not expensive at all.

The idea is to keep the pricing as fair and transparent as possible for everyone. For this reason there are no discounts given for the editions you can buy directly from the web site.

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October 12, 2018, 10:22:37 AM
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I want to turn off a certain notification that keeps popping up.

"Mining process not running, initiating restart (Claymore's Dual Ethereum Miner, Unspecified / Multi-algorithm, Nanopool)"

We are using Claymore on all our miners . The source in the notification is "system."

I tried turning all all Predefined rules and User-defined rules in Awesome Miner notification settings. The notification keeps appearing.

Does anyone know how to stop this notification from coming up? Thanks.
Thanks for your question. Please go to the Options dialog, Notifications section, uncheck "Include system messages as notifications". I think this should resolve the case you describe.

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October 12, 2018, 01:48:57 PM
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Tell me URL API to check the balance on the KMD coin

Alternatively, coin statistics can be collected from a number of calculators to display the average, since at the moment it costs one of the three calculators
to raise the price tag and a bunch of RIG and ASIC under AM control will switch to this coin (let's call this attack 31% *LOL*)

https://www.coingecko.com
API
https://www.coingecko.com/api/docs/v3

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October 12, 2018, 02:34:03 PM
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New WildRig Multi released with --benchmark parameter, so now you can use this for proper measurement.
Thanks - I will include this one and use the new benchmark parameter when the benchmarking is configured to run without pools (offline mode).

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October 12, 2018, 02:35:55 PM
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Tell me URL API to check the balance on the KMD coin

Alternatively, coin statistics can be collected from a number of calculators to display the average, since at the moment it costs one of the three calculators
to raise the price tag and a bunch of RIG and ASIC under AM control will switch to this coin (let's call this attack 31% *LOL*)

https://www.coingecko.com
API
https://www.coingecko.com/api/docs/v3

Thank you
Can you test this Block Explorer for KMD?
https://explorer.komodo.services/api/addr/[address]

There should probably be some kind of feature to detect unrealistic profit values - but this will have to be configurable in some way.

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