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July 15, 2014, 02:54:58 PM
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If you pay anything more than 0.03BTC/Th/hr you're not going to get an ROI.  Anything less and you should be okay.
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July 15, 2014, 02:56:22 PM
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If you pay anything more than 0.03BTC/Th/hr you're not going to get an ROI.  Anything less and you should be okay.

Exactly. At this moment, simply mining BTC has more profit that BTCD.
One can only hope prices go up, but if every miner keeps selling...
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July 15, 2014, 03:02:07 PM
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It was more profitable than BTC yesterday because the difficulty wasn't almost 5 millions.
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July 15, 2014, 03:09:30 PM
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Ehm... Roll Eyes I hear no complaints on our area..maybe take a look..

lol, i had complaint but somehow you missed that, i was getting 75% rejects on your pool and tried rigs on 2 more pool, i was getting less than 10% rejects

Before that we set up new port with higher difficulty...

i tested rigs on gameofcrypto on their 128 diff pool and they worked on every diff on your pool i was getting tons of rejects

I think you mean www.GameOfCoins.net ? the 128 diff is actually the vardiff with 128 being the minimum. If I understand correctly you are saying the on GOC that it worked fine correct?
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July 15, 2014, 03:11:35 PM
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does anyone know when gameofcoins pays out? daily?
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July 15, 2014, 03:14:24 PM
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does anyone know when gameofcoins pays out? daily?

Normally NOMP based pools should payout every 20 or 30 seconds (or around these times) .

It's unsafe to mantain the coins for payout longer than this in the public wallet.

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July 15, 2014, 03:18:22 PM
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Difficulty through the roof (~5 million) and net hashrate over 700TH/s... price should be rising soon now that miners are about to start losing money by renting

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July 15, 2014, 03:19:33 PM
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The nomp pools pay after the block found get mature in the pool wallet , after the block get mature the nomp will make the payment to the miners based on their shares. If the pool owner will set the nomp to pay every 30 or 60 sec then the nomp will check the wallet every 30 or 60 sec to see what block get confirmed and to make the payments to the miners. Correct me if I'm wrong

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July 15, 2014, 03:20:30 PM
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The nomp pools pay after the block found get mature in the pool wallet , after the block get mature the nomp will make the payment to the miners based on their shares. If the pool owner will set the nomp to pay every 30 or 60 sec then the nomp will check the wallet every 30 or 60 sec to see what block get confirmed and to make the payments to the miners. Correct me if I'm wrong

That's right.

Obviously if a block isn't found no payout could be done!

But i see that block are found in that pool, so it's kinda strange.
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July 15, 2014, 03:21:16 PM
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bitcoinDark,looks like interesting,lol

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July 15, 2014, 03:21:44 PM
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If you pay anything more than 0.03BTC/Th/hr you're not going to get an ROI.  Anything less and you should be okay.

Exactly. At this moment, simply mining BTC has more profit that BTCD.
One can only hope prices go up, but if every miner keeps selling...

You sure?  1 th/s is netting about .045btc or ~320 coins a day.  320 X .00014 [bid price on Bittrex] = ~.045.

Right?  I mean this will fluxuate .001btc or more but in general if you spend .03 per th/s on a rental it seems like a good idea.
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July 15, 2014, 03:25:43 PM
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hmmm i should recieve at leat some coins at 200gh/s 1,5 hours in right?
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July 15, 2014, 03:31:44 PM
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hmmm i should recieve at leat some coins at 200gh/s 1,5 hours in right?

If you are using minerpools right now, the cronjob to calculate and credit block rewards seems to be hung and the pool op is not online... he has messages awaiting him when he does return and when he restarts that job, coins will credit.

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July 15, 2014, 03:33:19 PM
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hmmm i should recieve at leat some coins at 200gh/s 1,5 hours in right?

If you are using minerpools right now, the cronjob to calculate and credit block rewards seems to be hung and the pool op is not online... he has messages awaiting him when he does return and when he restarts that job, coins will credit.

in the meanwhile you can throw your hashes to pools.cryptoskills.com Smiley And get payouts immediately..we're getting block every minute!

110 TH/s stable now... Wink
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July 15, 2014, 03:34:06 PM
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July 15, 2014, 03:37:22 PM
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The nomp pools pay after the block found get mature in the pool wallet , after the block get mature the nomp will make the payment to the miners based on their shares. If the pool owner will set the nomp to pay every 30 or 60 sec then the nomp will check the wallet every 30 or 60 sec to see what block get confirmed and to make the payments to the miners. Correct me if I'm wrong

Yes and the minimum amount for payout must be reached also. If the minimum amount has not been reached then the miners balance accumulates until the minimum has been achieved and is payed out within 60 secs of reaching this amount.
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July 15, 2014, 03:39:07 PM
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The nomp pools pay after the block found get mature in the pool wallet , after the block get mature the nomp will make the payment to the miners based on their shares. If the pool owner will set the nomp to pay every 30 or 60 sec then the nomp will check the wallet every 30 or 60 sec to see what block get confirmed and to make the payments to the miners. Correct me if I'm wrong

Yes and the minimum amount for payout must be reached also. If the minimum amount has not been reached then the miners balance accumulates until the minimum has been achieved and is payed out within 60 secs of reaching this amount.

yes you're right, I forgot to add that  Wink

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July 15, 2014, 03:40:08 PM
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Where is dev?

Relax guys, I'm here and I'm not going anywhere.

We're making progress.  We should be added to additional exchanges and coinmarketcap in the near future.

Additionally, I've been approached by a few people interested in our project and would like to help implement anon features.

Everything is going quite smoothly overall.  


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July 15, 2014, 03:42:21 PM
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The nomp pools pay after the block found get mature in the pool wallet , after the block get mature the nomp will make the payment to the miners based on their shares. If the pool owner will set the nomp to pay every 30 or 60 sec then the nomp will check the wallet every 30 or 60 sec to see what block get confirmed and to make the payments to the miners. Correct me if I'm wrong

Yes and the minimum amount for payout must be reached also. If the minimum amount has not been reached then the miners balance accumulates until the minimum has been achieved and is payed out within 60 secs of reaching this amount.

yes you're right, I forgot to add that  Wink

Well i think it's always safer to set it to the minimum amount possible for each coin. So that also payouts could be immediate.
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July 15, 2014, 03:42:34 PM
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Where is dev?

Relax guys, I'm here and I'm not going anywhere.

We're making progress.  We should be added to additional exchanges and coinmarketcap in the near future.

Additionally, I've been approached by a few people interested in our project and would like to help implement anon features.

Everything is going quite smoothly overall.  



Okay, I was just trying to figure out what your role would be. Basically overseer of development?
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