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### HASH-TO-COINS pool official announcement ###

Hello everyone, I would like to introduce you to a new mining multipool: http://hash-to-coins.com

Hash-To-Coins has many great features, which include:

  • One port for all coins! Just point your miners here --> stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333
  • Choose currency and autoswitching separately for each worker (see example below)
  • PROP payouts (currently with a 0% fee!)
  • 1% earnings on all referrals with our referral system
  • Clear mining info (see example below)
  • Smooth currency switching (no missed jobs during switchover on large ASICs)

  • Example of the worker setup page:


  • Example of our mining info:


Click here to get started! http://hash-to-coins.com/index.php?page=gettingstarted
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03.20.2015
New pool design
Also new features added:
    - ability to exclude coins from autoswitch (very experimental, see wallets page)
    - coin network detailed info by click on coin icon
    - notifications settings


03.27.2015
Stratum backend reworked:
    - more effective hashing power utilization
    - optimization for coins with low block time (42, DGB, etc)
    - optimizations for KNC miners support
    * I would be grateful if the KNC Titan owners will test changes.

04.14.2015
Stratum chenges:
    - added new port 4444 with manual difficulty adjust from 1024 to infinity, default 8192
      diff on 4444 can be set by pass 'd=YOUR_DIFF' as worker password
    - 3333 port VARDIFF range now 32 to 524288
    - old fixed difficulty ports (4096, 8192, 16383) being removed at the end of the month
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October 10, 2014, 02:27:46 PM
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Just signed up. Will let you know how I get on.
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October 10, 2014, 04:17:11 PM
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I have been using hash-to-coins.com for about 30 days and here's why I like them:

1.  The interface is easy to use.  You just click which coins you want to mine for each individual worker (on one screen).  Or you can choose the auto-switch and let the math do the work.  I typically put it in auto-pilot at night and pick my own coins during the day.

2.  Your mined coins are not converted into LTC or BTC.  They stay in their native coin.  I like this because I enjoy trading them on Cryptsy, etc. in hopes of a higher return.  I've found to get a much better return (with a little work or fun) than just using a typical multi pool that automatically trades them for you -- many times at not the best price.

3.  There are no fees -- although I'm donating 2% right now.  I mean that is the least one could do to help pay for the pool operator's expenses?

4.  There are a wide variety of coins (with various difficulties) that are solid -- not rare obscure coins.  So it works well for those who have 90 mh/s miners and those that might be mining with just 1 mh/s.  I have several machines in all ranges - so I mine the hard coins with the A2's (90 mh/s) and the easier coins with my Zeusminers (10, 20, 40 mh/s).

5.  Payouts are pretty much automatic (if you want them to be).  You can manually withdrawal or set to pay to your wallet once you hit a certain threshold (on a coin by coin basis).

6.  The Pool operator is responsive.  I was having a problem with Lotto coin paying to Cryptsy and he provided a whole spreadsheet of every single withdrawal.  That was really nice.

7.  No down-time.  At least I have not experienced any myself.

8.  Good simple stats.  It will list all of the coins -- their difficulties, trading value from multiple exchanges, net hash, pool hash and their profit based on LTC.  This makes it easy to choose coins to mine at the right time.

I've tried a bunch of different pools for bitcoin mining and altcoin mining and I'm impressed with hash-to-coins.  There's nothing else like it. 

At this point, I feel that if you are going to make any money - you need to mine something else besides LTC or BTC.  Their are so many other coins that trade at better prices for the same amount of hashing (if you are willing to trade them yourself).

Finally - this pool makes mining fun again.  I guess some people just want to run their machines and forget about them.  For me - I want to have some involvement and have some fun.

I'm not trying to be an affiliate and don't know the pool operator personally.  I have no real stake in this pool -- just wanted to provide an unbiased review of the pool and help the operator in some way (as I want it to be around for a while)!

I hope you have as much success with hash-to-coins.com and fun as I currently do.   Smiley






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October 11, 2014, 12:38:46 PM
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it seems pretty good so far.  crashed itself on me a few times while updating my wallet addreses, and my I phone hates it.overall though happy for now.
ill post back with findings on the returns.
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October 11, 2014, 08:56:43 PM
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Curious - what do you mean it crashed on you when updating your wallet?  Never had it crash my Safari browser on my iMac.

I constantly use the site on my iPhone 6 without issue.  Formatting may be a little off, but that is typical for a lot of sites.

The pool operator just added two more coins to the site -- love the extra choices. 
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It made my ipad shut safari down on several occasions and also on my phone I'm on iPhone 4s.
As a whole though I'm pretty pleased with it all. There's a nicer selection of coins than on some of the other big pools. It's just a shame they're not all traded. On cryptsy. So need a few different trading accounts.

Can anyone recommend a exchange for aricoin.

Also does anybody know a good place to find out upto date coin info. I'm not sure places like coinwarz are always on the ball
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October 12, 2014, 02:53:02 PM
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Is merged mining an option on this pool?
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October 12, 2014, 03:13:20 PM
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I have been using hash-to-coins.com for about 30 days and here's why I like them:

1.  The interface is easy to use.  You just click which coins you want to mine for each individual worker (on one screen).  Or you can choose the auto-switch and let the math do the work.  I typically put it in auto-pilot at night and pick my own coins during the day.

2.  Your mined coins are not converted into LTC or BTC.  They stay in their native coin.  I like this because I enjoy trading them on Cryptsy, etc. in hopes of a higher return.  I've found to get a much better return (with a little work or fun) than just using a typical multi pool that automatically trades them for you -- many times at not the best price.

3.  There are no fees -- although I'm donating 2% right now.  I mean that is the least one could do to help pay for the pool operator's expenses?

4.  There are a wide variety of coins (with various difficulties) that are solid -- not rare obscure coins.  So it works well for those who have 90 mh/s miners and those that might be mining with just 1 mh/s.  I have several machines in all ranges - so I mine the hard coins with the A2's (90 mh/s) and the easier coins with my Zeusminers (10, 20, 40 mh/s).

5.  Payouts are pretty much automatic (if you want them to be).  You can manually withdrawal or set to pay to your wallet once you hit a certain threshold (on a coin by coin basis).

6.  The Pool operator is responsive.  I was having a problem with Lotto coin paying to Cryptsy and he provided a whole spreadsheet of every single withdrawal.  That was really nice.

7.  No down-time.  At least I have not experienced any myself.

8.  Good simple stats.  It will list all of the coins -- their difficulties, trading value from multiple exchanges, net hash, pool hash and their profit based on LTC.  This makes it easy to choose coins to mine at the right time.

I've tried a bunch of different pools for bitcoin mining and altcoin mining and I'm impressed with hash-to-coins.  There's nothing else like it. 

At this point, I feel that if you are going to make any money - you need to mine something else besides LTC or BTC.  Their are so many other coins that trade at better prices for the same amount of hashing (if you are willing to trade them yourself).

Finally - this pool makes mining fun again.  I guess some people just want to run their machines and forget about them.  For me - I want to have some involvement and have some fun.

I'm not trying to be an affiliate and don't know the pool operator personally.  I have no real stake in this pool -- just wanted to provide an unbiased review of the pool and help the operator in some way (as I want it to be around for a while)!

I hope you have as much success with hash-to-coins.com and fun as I currently do.   Smiley


Perfect review, I agree in all points. Awesome pool. Some more low diff coins (for the same reasons as hdmediaservices wrote) and merge mining would be cool additions.
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October 17, 2014, 12:04:19 AM
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Anyone else having issues with BTM coin being confirmed on Hash-to-Coins?  I have like 24 BTM that has been in unconfirmed state for over a week.

Thanks for any help.
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Anyone else having issues with BTM coin being confirmed on Hash-to-Coins?  I have like 24 BTM that has been in unconfirmed state for over a week.

Thanks for any help.

BTM blockchain seems hangs.
Waiting for clarification from the developers of the coin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=660544.msg9229433#msg9229433
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October 17, 2014, 12:44:52 PM
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himikk, what about merged-mining with Doge, would that be an option for your pool?
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October 21, 2014, 03:02:15 AM
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Hi Miners -- you might want to watch out when mining ANC, as evidently the block chain is broken.

Here is what Cryptex says:

"The ANC blockchain is broken Transactions are not confirming. Deposits and withdraws are at your own risk that they probably wont be received, we are monitoring the ANC BCT thread, for any news, and will update our wallet should one be made available."

Looks like the pool still has ANC in their "Autoswitch."  It says the "Profit over LTC" is like 300%+ -- but I'm not sure how you would trade it since there are no buyers on Cryptex right now.

Maybe someone knows more about this?  I believe ANC (Anoncoin) was supposed to have a hard fork by October 15th -- looks like that hasn't happened yet.

The profitability of mining this coin sure looks tempting…  but many questions???

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October 23, 2014, 10:48:52 AM
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is the anc coin still down because the pool is still mining it
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Looks like you can still mine ANC -- but it may be difficult to sell it (and the pricing is dropping fast).  Cryptex has very few buyers -- at a low price.  Cryptsy has more buyers, but I think it is difficult getting any coin into their wallets.  Getting ANC out of Cryptsy is almost impossible.

Miner beware!
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November 01, 2014, 09:56:23 AM
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Does anybody with iphone4s have their browser crash when entering the miners page on the pool. Does it every time with me. Have to go to my office PC if I want to change anything.
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November 01, 2014, 01:43:56 PM
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Really nice concept, will mine on your pool once I fire up my rig..

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November 29, 2014, 10:38:42 PM
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Right now the exchange Cryptex seems to be down.  This is what Hash-to-Coins pool uses for ARI coin pricing.

Anyone know the status?  I'm not sure who else trades ARI coin.

Lot of people mining ARI right now (over 900Mh).  I would hate to see all of that go down the drain…

Hopefully this is temporary - but there is no status report in their twitter feed.  EEK!
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I was able to get into Cryptex by going to:  https://162.255.116.197

I pulled everything out.
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November 30, 2014, 12:13:28 AM
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Cryptex name resolves now -- yippee!
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December 06, 2014, 01:56:12 AM
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Anyone notice the 8-10 Gh/s spike that this pool had on "42 coin?"  It sent the difficulty sky high and then they left.

I wonder who was behind this?  Typically this pool averages 4000 Mh/s to 6000 Mh/s -- but it was at 15000 Mh/s at about 4pm Pacific time (12/5/14).

Would one consider this an attack on the coin?

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December 06, 2014, 06:45:54 AM
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I am trying to contact with this miner. Seems like he forgot to set up autoswitch.
Really awesome speed (7 to 9 GHash/sec) generated by single miner.
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Everyone should make note:

1.  Cryptex has closed down -- which was the only exchange that was trading ARI and had functional ANC support (unless you know of any others?)  They are letting everyone withdrawal their coins (which is nice)

2.  ANC - cannot be deposited or withdrawn from Cryptsy -- and Brittrex has "disabled" this coin (whatever that means) -- does anyone know where to trade ANC?  I believe ANC is still in the "Multipool" switch on this pool - so beware.  You don't want to waste your hash on a coin you can't trade.



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Everyone should make note:

1.  Cryptex has closed down -- which was the only exchange that was trading ARI and had functional ANC support (unless you know of any others?)  They are letting everyone withdrawal their coins (which is nice)

2.  ANC - cannot be deposited or withdrawn from Cryptsy -- and Brittrex has "disabled" this coin (whatever that means) -- does anyone know where to trade ANC?  I believe ANC is still in the "Multipool" switch on this pool - so beware.  You don't want to waste your hash on a coin you can't trade.





1. There are two other working(?) exchange from official ARI thread:
    https://empoex.com/trade/ARI-BTC
    https://betasharex.com/trade/ARI/BTC

2. I disable ANC quotes load from Bittrex.
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For the many that have been mining ARI coin on this pool -- it is kind of a blow for Cryptex to close down (as it was trading at a decent price).  The other two exchanges don't have much activity for this coin right now.  Betasharex exchange only has buy orders in for .00000016 BTC each (1/4 of what it was trading for on Cryptex).

If you haven't already -- it might help if you vote for ARI coin to be listed on Cryptsy -- it is free to do so if you have a Cryptsy account.

The link is at:  http://cryptsy.com/coinvotes (just be logged into your account first)

Hopefully we can make ARI coin worth mining again!

(BTW -- I'm not affiliated with ARI coin or Hash-to-Coin pool.  I just want to mine this profitable coin again!)

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December 15, 2014, 12:05:48 PM
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you only go with scrypt coins??

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Everyone should make note:

1.  Cryptex has closed down -- which was the only exchange that was trading ARI and had functional ANC support (unless you know of any others?)  They are letting everyone withdrawal their coins (which is nice)

2.  ANC - cannot be deposited or withdrawn from Cryptsy -- and Brittrex has "disabled" this coin (whatever that means) -- does anyone know where to trade ANC?  I believe ANC is still in the "Multipool" switch on this pool - so beware.  You don't want to waste your hash on a coin you can't trade.


ARI can be traded at https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/1142 . But it's a new exchange and doesn't have volume yet.

ANC can be traded at https://cex.io If you like em or not is, of course, up to you.
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NICE! - SONG coin was just added to the pool.  It resets difficulty every 3.5 days -- so it is paying easily 160% or more over LTC right now. 

Get it while it is hot!  You can trade it pretty fast at C-Cex.

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Pool temporary unavailable. We are under DDOS.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Wow - so why do people do this to pools?  I don't get it.

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Wow - so why do people do this to pools?  I don't get it.




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Hmm - someone doesn't want this pool to do well.  Could it have anything to do with the Song coin being added yesterday?

It was crazy as the coin changes difficulty every 3.5 days -- so it paid very well yesterday.  Then it hit that 3.5 day reset mark and the difficulty went sky high -- I guess for another 3.5 days?

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Pool up again
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December 27, 2014, 01:51:58 AM
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VIA hard forked and can be merge-mined now!
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Ok - odd - pool goes down the same time that SONG coin is making 230%+ over LTC.

This happened last time too.

(Edit -- Pool operator got everything back up again quickly!)

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Awesome job Hash-to-coins. You all got a great pool started.

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himikk, you know I like your pool. But what about merge-mining, no plans to add it?
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Any plans to increase the diff past 8192?

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Any plans to increase the diff past 8192?


I set my A2 Terminators to the 8192 difficulty and it goes up to 16384. 

On another note -- I just want to thank the pool operator for running such an efficient, quick and honest pool.  Hash-to-Coins is by far the best pool I've ever used.

This is especially true if you are mining 42 coin -- most other pools give you a ton of orphans -- but on hash-to-coins it is very minimal.

I hope everyone is donating at least a small percentage to this pool, as he is really dedicated to it and responds very quickly to issues.

Keep up the great work!

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Any plans to increase the diff past 8192?


I set my A2 Terminators to the 8192 difficulty and it goes up to 16384. 

On another note -- I just want to thank the pool operator for running such an efficient, quick and honest pool.  Hash-to-Coins is by far the best pool I've ever used.

This is especially true if you are mining 42 coin -- most other pools give you a ton of orphans -- but on hash-to-coins it is very minimal.

I hope everyone is donating at least a small percentage to this pool, as he is really dedicated to it and responds very quickly to issues.

Keep up the great work!



They just increased it to 16384 this past week. I noticed it myself in the worker section.

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Ah you're right.  This guy is always on top of things!

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something wrong with the coin STR, guess u mistaken starcoin with bittrex(str) is actually stellar coin. price are different
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something wrong with the coin STR, guess u mistaken starcoin with bittrex(str) is actually stellar coin. price are different

Stellarcoin and Starcoin have identical tag STR. You should always check full coin name.
I recommend you to use a Cryptsy as Starcoin exchange.
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something wrong with the coin STR, guess u mistaken starcoin with bittrex(str) is actually stellar coin. price are different

Stellarcoin and Starcoin have identical tag STR. You should always check full coin name.
I recommend you to use a Cryptsy as Starcoin exchange.

Your pool says Starcoin STR is on bittrex. Starcoin is NOT on bittrex.
Somehow the pool sees STR on bittrex and thinks it's starcoin where it is stellar.
See if you can fix this.

A few minutes ago it was showing 8000% over LTC


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something wrong with the coin STR, guess u mistaken starcoin with bittrex(str) is actually stellar coin. price are different

Stellarcoin and Starcoin have identical tag STR. You should always check full coin name.
I recommend you to use a Cryptsy as Starcoin exchange.

Your pool says Starcoin STR is on bittrex. Starcoin is NOT on bittrex.
Somehow the pool sees STR on bittrex and thinks it's starcoin where it is stellar.
See if you can fix this.

A few minutes ago it was showing 8000% over LTC



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Fixed


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website going down?
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website going down?

Up again.
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Down again.  Cry

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Down again.  Cry

Pool up and running. Problems arise due to the fact that we moved to another domain registrar. The name can not be resolved for some time.

Try resetting the cache DNS using these instructions:
Win: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc781949(v=ws.10).aspx
Mac: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202516

I'm sorry that it gave you any inconvenience.
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Down again.  Cry

Pool up and running. Problems arise due to the fact that we moved to another domain registrar. The name can not be resolved for some time.

Try resetting the cache DNS using these instructions:
Win: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc781949(v=ws.10).aspx
Mac: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202516

I'm sorry that it gave you any inconvenience.

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February 27, 2015, 05:42:50 AM
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hi please give a hand~ transaction not found~

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hi please give a hand~ transaction not found~

14947022   BLZ   2015-02-27 06:27:55   Debit_AP   Confirmed   BraAdihj...skdMW18b      n/a   899,054.02931996

Withdraw fails because transaction amount is too high.
I send your BLZ by several smaller transactions. See PM.

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March 20, 2015, 01:04:42 PM
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Pleased to announce new clear pool design.

Also new features added:
  • Ability to exclude coins from autoswitch. Very experimental. (see wallets page)
  • Coin network detailed info by click on coin icon.
  • Notifications settings.
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Stratum backend reworked:
    - more effective hashing power utilization
    - optimization for coins with low block time (42, DGB, etc)
    - optimizations for KNC miners support

I would be grateful if the KNC Titan owners will test changes.
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March 28, 2015, 09:57:31 AM
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Excellent work!  I'm definitely seeing an improvement with my A2 Terminator miners on your pool. 

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Stratum backend reworked:
    - more effective hashing power utilization
    - optimization for coins with low block time (42, DGB, etc)
    - optimizations for KNC miners support

I would be grateful if the KNC Titan owners will test changes.

Are you still needing to test the changes? I can help with that.

Is it necessaty the option "no-submit-stale": true ?
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Stratum backend reworked:
    - more effective hashing power utilization
    - optimization for coins with low block time (42, DGB, etc)
    - optimizations for KNC miners support

I would be grateful if the KNC Titan owners will test changes.

Are you still needing to test the changes? I can help with that.

Is it necessaty the option "no-submit-stale": true ?

Yes, still need feedback from KNC Titan owners.
Especially about coins with small block time (42, DOGED, DGB)


P.S. "no-submit-stale": true
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Stratum backend reworked:
    - more effective hashing power utilization
    - optimization for coins with low block time (42, DGB, etc)
    - optimizations for KNC miners support

I would be grateful if the KNC Titan owners will test changes.

Are you still needing to test the changes? I can help with that.

Is it necessaty the option "no-submit-stale": true ?

Yes, still need feedback from KNC Titan owners.
Especially about coins with small block time (42, DOGED, DGB)


P.S. "no-submit-stale": true

Ok thanks,

I'm setting a worker for one Titan, with config the autoswitch only 42, DOGED and DGB.

I'll will come with the feedback in a while.

Let me know if you want try anything else.
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April 08, 2015, 12:52:47 AM
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The front end of the pool looks like frozen for the last 3 hours.
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April 14, 2015, 02:30:08 PM
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Stratum chenges:
    - added new port 4444 with manual difficulty adjust from 1024 to infinity, default 8192
      diff on 4444 can be set by pass 'd=YOUR_DIFF' as worker password
    - 3333 port VARDIFF range now 32 to 524288
    - old fixed difficulty ports (4096, 8192, 16383) being removed at the end of the month
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May 19, 2015, 07:47:36 AM
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i rented a rig to mine BTB for 3 hours, and all mined from block 114943 to 114972 all Orphaned???!!!!
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May 19, 2015, 08:04:49 AM
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i rented a rig to mine BTB for 3 hours, and all mined from block 114943 to 114972 all Orphaned???!!!!

I will check.
BTB very unstable in the latter days.
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May 19, 2015, 06:12:39 PM
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Thanks for fixing the "duplicate shares exploit."  Hash-to-coins is one of the few pools that has corrected this issue quickly and early.

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July 08, 2015, 03:45:29 PM
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Got an email in my spam folder suggesting I need to login in to my account and change my wallet address. Haven't logged in awhile so don't think I need to


Reply,

Thank you wasn't sure about stuff in spam so I will change everything to be safe. Thank you for your quick actions and securing our accounts. Travel safe an keep up the good work

Pool url: pool.burstcoin.de:8080           
Reward Assignment address: BURST-GHTV-7ZP3-DY4B-FPBFA
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Same, payouts are disabled at the moment. Can't withrdraw coins.
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July 08, 2015, 06:01:01 PM
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As many of you know, Cryptsy has had issues with payment withdrawals lately and some people have had their wallet addresses changed without them knowing.  They also halted a lot of trading with deposits yesterday until they could fix their issues.

I believe the pool operator temporarily disabled payouts to insure that Cryptsy users did not lose any of their coins sent from the pool.  It was also a pre-caution to insure that this problem was isolated with Cryptsy only and not the actual pool.

The pool owner is very honest and might be hard to reach at this moment due to traveling, but do not worry -- this should get straightened out shortly!

I would recommend that everyone change their passwords and pins.  Also -- double check your alt coin wallet addresses (especially those used with Cryptsy). 

I had several wallet addresses get changed by Cryptsy (without notice) -- but luckily no coins were sent to the old addresses on Cryptsy (due to the payments being temporarily suspended).

It appears Cryptsy is still having issues (according to their Twitter feed) -- so the payouts probably will be suspended until we all know that Cryptsy is ok.

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July 08, 2015, 06:20:14 PM
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Sorry for the lack of information.
I'm on the road and can not verify exactly what happened.
Tomorrow I will have access to a computer. Payments will be resumed after security check.

Hope you will treat this with understanding.
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July 09, 2015, 03:24:57 AM
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Pool checked. All Ok.
Payouts enabled.
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Pool checked. All Ok.
Payouts enabled.

awesome!!
are you considering adding more coins?

1. Argentum (ARG)
2. CHNCoin (CHC) AKA CHINA COIN
3. TAG

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Pool checked. All Ok.
Payouts enabled.

awesome!!
are you considering adding more coins?

1. Argentum (ARG)
2. CHNCoin (CHC) AKA CHINA COIN
3. TAG

Smiley

I will see ARG and CHC
TAG was on the pool earlier and then it was deleted because instability.
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CNCoin CNC added to the pool
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July 21, 2015, 02:41:39 PM
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The Goldcoin (GLD) Developers have just released a mandatory client update.

This patch introduces our new difficulty algorithm called "Golden River". Golden River is an innovative difficulty adjustment that rapidly adjusts to fluctuations in hashing power. You must update your client before block 253000 in order to remain compatible with the network.

Please update now! http://www.gldcoin.com/get-started/

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The Goldcoin (GLD) Developers have just released a mandatory client update.

This patch introduces our new difficulty algorithm called "Golden River". Golden River is an innovative difficulty adjustment that rapidly adjusts to fluctuations in hashing power. You must update your client before block 253000 in order to remain compatible with the network.

Please update now! http://www.gldcoin.com/get-started/

Hi!

Thank for your attention!
Gold coin already updates to 0.7.1.9


P.S. You can see detailed info about wallet by clicking on the coin icon
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The Goldcoin (GLD) Developers have just released a mandatory client update.

This patch introduces our new difficulty algorithm called "Golden River". Golden River is an innovative difficulty adjustment that rapidly adjusts to fluctuations in hashing power. You must update your client before block 253000 in order to remain compatible with the network.

Please update now! http://www.gldcoin.com/get-started/

Hi!

Thank for your attention!
Gold coin already updates to 0.7.1.9


P.S. You can see detailed info about wallet by clicking on the coin icon

Sorry to trouble you again! Embarrassed

Due to an attacker running up the difficulty, we've had to adjust the block height of the Goldcoin (GLD) fork. The github has been updated and the new fork is going to be at block 251230, which is just a few blocks from now. Please update asap.

https://github.com/goldcoin/gldcoin

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Also, I wanted to let you know there appears to be a problem with the contact form on your website.

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The Goldcoin (GLD) Developers have just released a mandatory client update.

This patch introduces our new difficulty algorithm called "Golden River". Golden River is an innovative difficulty adjustment that rapidly adjusts to fluctuations in hashing power. You must update your client before block 253000 in order to remain compatible with the network.

Please update now! http://www.gldcoin.com/get-started/

Hi!

Thank for your attention!
Gold coin already updates to 0.7.1.9


P.S. You can see detailed info about wallet by clicking on the coin icon

Sorry to trouble you again! Embarrassed

Due to an attacker running up the difficulty, we've had to adjust the block height of the Goldcoin (GLD) fork. The github has been updated and the new fork is going to be at block 251230, which is just a few blocks from now. Please update asap.

https://github.com/goldcoin/gldcoin

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The Goldcoin (GLD) Developers have just released a mandatory client update.

This patch introduces our new difficulty algorithm called "Golden River". Golden River is an innovative difficulty adjustment that rapidly adjusts to fluctuations in hashing power. You must update your client before block 253000 in order to remain compatible with the network.

Please update now! http://www.gldcoin.com/get-started/

Hi!

Thank for your attention!
Gold coin already updates to 0.7.1.9


P.S. You can see detailed info about wallet by clicking on the coin icon

Sorry to trouble you again! Embarrassed

Due to an attacker running up the difficulty, we've had to adjust the block height of the Goldcoin (GLD) fork. The github has been updated and the new fork is going to be at block 251230, which is just a few blocks from now. Please update asap.

https://github.com/goldcoin/gldcoin

Updated

Thank you! You're the best! Smiley

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insane amount of orphaned blocks for goldcoin, i count 26 since 8/08 started
have pulled all hashing from here till this gets sorted

never mind i read the goldcoin thread and the massive amount of orphans is built into there new algo
more fluctuations in the hash rate causes more orphans
i will not be mining this coin anymore
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Yes - you have indicated this on the GLD coin topic as well.  I think we all known that you do not want to mine GLD. 

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August 29, 2015, 08:18:20 AM
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I am pleased to present a new project HappySatoshi
 
Multipool with automatic currency exchange
Payout in BTC or LTC (can add other currencies if someone need it)
 
Payouts scheduled at 1pm GMT
 
Pool in beta stage but fully functional
Welcome http://happysatoshi.com
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I was trying to register to your pool.
But i never got my activation mail.
(also looked in the spam folder)

Can you took a look at it ?

Also send you an email, but no response

Promo code 3% discount Genesis-Mining : Q7xXAH
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I was trying to register to your pool.
But i never got my activation mail.
(also looked in the spam folder)

Can you took a look at it ?

Also send you an email, but no response

Hi!

Send me your registration email via pm
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September 28, 2015, 06:34:41 PM
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Hey there  Smiley,
i have some trouble with the H2C payout system...

I get no accepted transactions since 4am on Goldcoin (GLD) but I'm still mining on and your pool accept the shares.
In my Deposit are 13 Coins left, auto payout threshold is 5 Coins... Still waiting for Payout.... (Manual Payout doesn't work either)
Are there any Blockchain problems?

Greetings
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Hi!

Check how
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I can't get my Titan to connect to this pool. What am I missing? Other scrypt ASICs connect fine.
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I can't get my Titan to connect to this pool. What am I missing? Other scrypt ASICs connect fine.

What settings and port you use?
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I can't get my Titan to connect to this pool. What am I missing? Other scrypt ASICs connect fine.

What settings and port you use?

Titan's settings are:

#skipcbcheck (also tried without this)

  "scrypt-n": 10,
  "failover-switch-delay": 30,
  "request-diff": 8192

I've tried both port 3333 and 4444 with a difficulty of 8192 specified.
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The issue was "request-diff": 8192. Removing it allows me to connect to your pool. Guess it's a bug with your stratum implementation, first time I run into this issue.
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The issue was "request-diff": 8192. Removing it allows me to connect to your pool. Guess it's a bug with your stratum implementation, first time I run into this issue.


This is strange. Stratum tested include using of the KNC Titan.
Can you help me to find out what could be the problem? I pm you details.

P.S. Custom difficulty can be selected only on port 4444


UPD
I know what happened.
Stratum disconnect worker on using BFGMiner cistom stratum protocol extention mining.suggest_target (option --request-diff)
Will be implemented on hash-to-coins.com and happysatoshi.com stratums today.
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I am pleased to present a new project HappySatoshi
 
Multipool with automatic currency exchange
Payout in BTC or LTC (can add other currencies if someone need it)
 
Payouts scheduled at 1pm GMT
 
Pool in beta stage but fully functional
Welcome http://happysatoshi.com

Hey can you make a new thread to announce this pool?  I just found out about it and I like it a lot but it needs some more hashrate and maybe an announcement would help in that regard.

I'm a fan of self control, but only in moderation.
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Late night users warning: Turn down your brightness! Flashbang!
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December 20, 2015, 06:08:08 PM
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I am getting 30% of what I should get on this pool.
Other pools give me around 90%

Based on coinwarz I expect 136 GLD coins in 24 hours.
Based on hash to coins is 132 GLD. Ok no big deal there.
Around 130 coins per day is 5.4 coins per hour. Instead of that, I got 5.5 coins in 3 hours.
If we consider h2c has more than 95% of the hashrate, WHERE ARE MY COINS?

Also I was not mining in h2c pool for 2 months and almost all of my coins disappeared from my account.
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I am getting 30% of what I should get on this pool.
Other pools give me around 90%

Based on coinwarz I expect 136 GLD coins in 24 hours.
Based on hash to coins is 132 GLD. Ok no big deal there.
Around 130 coins per day is 5.4 coins per hour. Instead of that, I got 5.5 coins in 3 hours.
If we consider h2c has more than 95% of the hashrate, WHERE ARE MY COINS?

Also I was not mining in h2c pool for 2 months and almost all of my coins disappeared from my account.


1. Are your estimation of the pool effectivity based on 3 hour of mining?
2. PM me your pool login and I check what happened.
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i love this pool but problem I have no replies to questions from admin and.... how to set up miner so it switch to highest paying coin? I have ticket autoswitch but nothing happens. any idea why? im using titan

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i love this pool but problem I have no replies to questions from admin and.... how to set up miner so it switch to highest paying coin? I have ticket autoswitch but nothing happens. any idea why? im using titan

Hi!

To keep your miner always on most profitable coin just set "Auto switch" checkbox on your workers(s).

P.S. Did you send previous message through pool contact form?
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i love this pool but problem I have no replies to questions from admin and.... how to set up miner so it switch to highest paying coin? I have ticket autoswitch but nothing happens. any idea why? im using titan

Hi!

To keep your miner always on most profitable coin just set "Auto switch" checkbox on your workers(s).

P.S. Did you send previous message through pool contact form?
I have that ticked but never switch to new coin.
and yes I did 2-3 times and never got reply

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i love this pool but problem I have no replies to questions from admin and.... how to set up miner so it switch to highest paying coin? I have ticket autoswitch but nothing happens. any idea why? im using titan

Hi!

To keep your miner always on most profitable coin just set "Auto switch" checkbox on your workers(s).

P.S. Did you send previous message through pool contact form?
I have that ticked but never switch to new coin.
and yes I did 2-3 times and never got reply

Did current coin at the pool mining stat "AUTO [ NOW: XXX   NEXT: XXX ]" differ that coin you worker mine?
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i love this pool but problem I have no replies to questions from admin and.... how to set up miner so it switch to highest paying coin? I have ticket autoswitch but nothing happens. any idea why? im using titan

Hi!

To keep your miner always on most profitable coin just set "Auto switch" checkbox on your workers(s).

P.S. Did you send previous message through pool contact form?
I have that ticked but never switch to new coin.
and yes I did 2-3 times and never got reply

Did current coin at the pool mining stat "AUTO [ NOW: XXX   NEXT: XXX ]" differ that coin you worker mine?



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Please pm your account info. Will investigate this issue.
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Please pm your account info. Will investigate this issue.

DOne it yesterday.
are you having problems with XVG   Verge ? since yesterday nothing has been confirmed.

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Please pm your account info. Will investigate this issue.

DOne it yesterday.
are you having problems with XVG   Verge ? since yesterday nothing has been confirmed.

Probably Vorge blockchain hang at block 253613 then released half ago.

Height   Age   Flags   Transactions   Amount   Difficulty   Size (kB)
253614   35 minutes   PoW   19   393378.50852800   25658.97433446   7.56641 kB
253613   6 hours      PoW   1   12500.00000000   17105.98288964   0.28418 kB
253612   6 hours      PoW   1   12500.00000000   11403.9885931   0.28418 kB
253611   6 hours      PoW   1   12500.00000000   7602.64560417   0.28418 kB

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March 01, 2016, 06:19:54 AM
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yo,

I see this notice on https://hash-to-coins.com :

Mar 1, 2016 at 03:14
Be careful, alcurEx exchange has problem with CSC deposit

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they had a security update. You need to generate a new wallet address.

It has effected DOGE, EAC and CSC and It is working fine for me.

The admin / DEV confirmed in the trollbox.

HASH2COINS The Best ASIC Friendly Scrypt Multipool, 0% FEE. Mine now @ http://tinyurl.com/pykjk93
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March 01, 2016, 08:39:07 AM
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what happened to china coin??

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happysatoshi.com will be closed in two weeks at 04/12/2016
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November 19, 2016, 07:49:51 PM
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I was away from the pool for some months.
Today, I logged in and all of my coins are missing.
Balance says "You have no funds"

Transactions says "Could not find any transaction"

That is the second time I find my account empty in your pool.
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November 20, 2016, 06:42:05 AM
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Hi!

PM me your registration email or username.
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Highly recommenedd pool for. Especially for A4 owners
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January 25, 2017, 05:32:34 PM
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Highly recommenedd pool for. Especially for A4 owners
I've been debating pointing my A4 at this pool but do you have to exchange each coin manually or can you get your payouts in one coin such as BTC only?  Thanks!
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Highly recommenedd pool for. Especially for A4 owners
I've been debating pointing my A4 at this pool but do you have to exchange each coin manually or can you get your payouts in one coin such as BTC only?  Thanks!

If you enable auto switching then yes each coin manually. But you can just keep it minning on one coin.
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January 28, 2017, 03:38:55 PM
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Highly recommenedd pool for. Especially for A4 owners
I've been debating pointing my A4 at this pool but do you have to exchange each coin manually or can you get your payouts in one coin such as BTC only?  Thanks!
Currently there is no auto-exchange to BTC, you have to handle the exchange yourself on a coin by coin basis.
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February 03, 2017, 04:43:28 AM
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The pool is down Sad
Just when i found this pool.
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February 03, 2017, 05:27:31 AM
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damn, not fun at all
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February 03, 2017, 06:45:24 AM
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Pool down because of server hardware failure.
Hosting support working on problem right now.

Sorry for inconvenience.
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February 03, 2017, 12:10:10 PM
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Pool down because of server hardware failure.
Hosting support working on problem right now.

Sorry for inconvenience.
Do you know for how long?

Also, before the page went down TIPS was up in 416% profit over LTC, could that be true or just an error?
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February 03, 2017, 12:55:16 PM
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Have you looked at hosting the pool on a HA/FT HW config? Perhaps vmware esxi (which migrates your running VMs if a HW failure occues) or AWS?
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February 03, 2017, 03:00:39 PM
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FROM HTC:

Tonight pool was down because of server failure. Storage system completely broken and I restore pool from daily backup. This take some time because I need to compile and synchronise every pool wallet. Good news - all transaction and mined block until failure are saved. Sorry for inconvenience.
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LTC pool seems to be open again Smiley
Great work for fixing it so fast.
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Working now coins being added one by one.
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February 04, 2017, 10:17:42 AM
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When will my coins appear?
After the crash my coins are gone and so was my workers from my wallet.
It's been 24hrs since the crash, any idea when?
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When will my coins appear?
After the crash my coins are gone and so was my workers from my wallet.
It's been 24hrs since the crash, any idea when?

I can just repeat pool message:
Storage system completely broken and I restore pool from daily backup. This take some time because I need to compile and synchronise every pool wallet (~40 coins)
Think it takes 2-4 days to restore all coins. ADCN, ANC, AUR, CNC, DOT, EAC, GAME, LTB, LTC, NLG, NOTE, NVC, WBB is ready, others on the way.
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February 05, 2017, 03:04:05 PM
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Pools seems to work just fine.
Since im new to the pool i dont know if this is something caused by the crash or if it has always been like that.
But when i put on "auto" it usually just mines a few coins even if several have higher exchange rate.
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February 05, 2017, 03:09:18 PM
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Not all coins are in the active rotation for various reasons.
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February 05, 2017, 04:37:13 PM
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Not all coins are in the active rotation for various reasons.

Such as ?
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Not all coins are in the active rotation for various reasons.

Such as ?
The TIPS* coins are not part of the roration. As to why, you would have to ask the pool. They have a support system for Q&A
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Pools seems to work just fine.
Since im new to the pool i dont know if this is something caused by the crash or if it has always been like that.
But when i put on "auto" it usually just mines a few coins even if several have higher exchange rate.

Switching algo in not so simple. We can't mine coin with network hashrate twice lower than pool switching power (that network can't utilise hashrate efficiently or we can fork coin) as well as we can't mine coins like LTC with huge round time because you can grow old waiting for the block.
Also some coins like TIPS_BTER are very unstable because of frequent attacks.
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Thanx for adding goldcoins. I had problems minnning them some time ago. Either low hasrates on pools, or orphans. Also nice addition about Luna's. BTW ELS is scam coin, that probably can be soon rotated out Smiley Same as LTC which noone mines.
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February 12, 2017, 09:59:25 AM
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Can i mine with my mobile?
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Can i mine with my mobile?

Not sure that you get profit in this case.
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Can i mine with my mobile?

You are gona burn your mobile phone. They are not made to have their CPU/GPU's run for a prolonged period. No heatsinks, no fans and etc.
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Can i mine with my mobile?

You are gona burn your mobile phone. They are not made to have their CPU/GPU's run for a prolonged period. No heatsinks, no fans and etc.
So it is possible but will burn my mobile? If possible then can I mine with all my phones and so?
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Can i mine with my mobile?

You are gona burn your mobile phone. They are not made to have their CPU/GPU's run for a prolonged period. No heatsinks, no fans and etc.
So it is possible but will burn my mobile? If possible then can I mine with all my phones and so?

What kind is your phone? There is Android app.
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Any new coins coming to pool. Long time no coins, would be willing to suggest few more scrypt coins to add to pool.

Eitherway great pool and keep up good work.
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Any new coins coming to pool. Long time no coins, would be willing to suggest few more scrypt coins to add to pool.

Eitherway great pool and keep up good work.

Thank you.

Maybe you have some suggestion about new perspective coins?
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March 28, 2017, 03:44:44 PM
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Few days ago would have suggested GEERTcoin but now volume and price have gone down.

Now would suggest:

Pakcoin
Milocoin
Bitconnect
Dobbscoin
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Few days ago would have suggested GEERTcoin but now volume and price have gone down.

Now would suggest:

Pakcoin
Milocoin
Bitconnect
Dobbscoin

Thank for your suggestion
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Few days ago would have suggested GEERTcoin but now volume and price have gone down.

Now would suggest:

Pakcoin
Milocoin
Bitconnect
Dobbscoin


Pakcoin added
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April 01, 2017, 11:07:58 PM
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Any chance we can get pinkcoin added to a pool somewhere?  Just launched with a new algorithm...

https://t.co/8gkQ7n7Er0
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Any chance we can get pinkcoin added to a pool somewhere?  Just launched with a new algorithm...

https://t.co/8gkQ7n7Er0

As I see in sources this in not scrypt coin it use algorithm named "xxhash". Is this correct?
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Good job keep em coming these coins Smiley
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How about adding emc2?
The coin seems to inreasing steadily in value and market cap Smiley
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How about adding emc2?
The coin seems to inreasing steadily in value and market cap Smiley

Not sure because this coin needs custom stratum realization as I see at their ANN page
I will check if it possible
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EMC2 added
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EMC2 added
Great job Smiley
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Suggestion to add BlazerCoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854985.0

Also please don't take down SFC, as it's one of most profitable coins at your pool
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Suggestion to add BlazerCoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854985.0

Also please don't take down SFC, as it's one of most profitable coins at your pool

Thank for your suggestion, but I have bad news about SFC for you. SFC have 1 to 2 connections, one of them probably master node.
Not sure what will be happened with this master node and SFC at all because the project put up for sale, see here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1747305.msg18645274#msg18645274
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Suggestion to add BlazerCoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854985.0

Also please don't take down SFC, as it's one of most profitable coins at your pool

Thank for your suggestion, but I have bad news about SFC for you. SFC have 1 to 2 connections, one of them probably master node.
Not sure what will be happened with this master node and SFC at all because the project put up for sale, see here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1747305.msg18645274#msg18645274

Then need new profitable coins in SFC place Smiley
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Also SFC block explorer doesn't update. So turns out big rewards ends in 6 days. Guess you can drop coin after than (rewards go from 500 to 50.)
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Suggestion to add BlazerCoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854985.0

Also please don't take down SFC, as it's one of most profitable coins at your pool

Thank for your suggestion, but I have bad news about SFC for you. SFC have 1 to 2 connections, one of them probably master node.
Not sure what will be happened with this master node and SFC at all because the project put up for sale, see here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1747305.msg18645274#msg18645274

Then need new profitable coins in SFC place Smiley

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Does anybody else have issues with the auto switcher not switching their ASIC?

I have it enabled, update, delete worker multiple times etc. but it refuses to change coins.

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Does anybody else have issues with the auto switcher not switching their ASIC?

I have it enabled, update, delete worker multiple times etc. but it refuses to change coins.

Please PM me your pool miner name
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Nice feature to add would be - Choose coins you want for Auto-switch. So idea is that user can decide between which coins he wishes to autoswitch. So you don't end with 20 coins each 30 cents worth and now have to send each of them to diff. exchange. So user could choose to mine let's say LUNA/GAME/TIPS/DGB/WBB and thus auto swticher would only switch between these coins.
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Nice feature to add would be - Choose coins you want for Auto-switch. So idea is that user can decide between which coins he wishes to autoswitch. So you don't end with 20 coins each 30 cents worth and now have to send each of them to diff. exchange. So user could choose to mine let's say LUNA/GAME/TIPS/DGB/WBB and thus auto swticher would only switch between these coins.

You can disable coins you don't want to mine. Jist check "mining disabled" option at the "wallets" page.
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Thanx for Pro Tip Dev. Didn't know it
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Possibly dumb question. But "submit stale shares" leave it on? Turn it off? I notice a bunch of them after a block is found. If there's no earnings in it, then no point submitting them. But I just wanted to check how the pool actually calculates for them.

(And if it's "Nope, don't need them", telling people to turn it off might reduce a % of your bandwidth?)
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Possibly dumb question. But "submit stale shares" leave it on? Turn it off? I notice a bunch of them after a block is found. If there's no earnings in it, then no point submitting them. But I just wanted to check how the pool actually calculates for them.

(And if it's "Nope, don't need them", telling people to turn it off might reduce a % of your bandwidth?)

Pool rejects all stale shares so you can disable "submit stale shares" option.
Stale shares is a very small part of the traffic but anyway thank for worrying about pool bandwidth.


P.S. What hardware and settings you use? Maybe you need to use lower diff settings?
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Anyone know what the difference is between the ports are? 3333, 4444, and 5555?  What should i be using for my L3+?
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3333 is vardiff, 4444 static diff of what you choose and 5555 for titans. I would choose 4444 with 32k or 65k diff. I don't own L3's though.
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I get solid numbers with 3333 on both my L3 and L3+.  Haven't tried any other ports though.
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Is the site down or is it just me? Not receiving any transactions for my mining in the past 5 hours
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Stuck coin?
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What does that mean?  Just mining one coin. Im not on auto switch and im getting no transactions
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What does that mean?  Just mining one coin. Im not on auto switch and im getting no transactions

Seems like I don't receive pool notification on a new post.
So what happened? Site completely down for you or something else?
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I see there's an intriguing API key under "Edit Account", but no information on an API.
Any plans to document it?

Also, possibly a bad idea, but any love for CypherFunk coin? It needs some regular hashing power to keep it churning over. Is listed vs. LTC on Cryptopia (not checked other exchanges).
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Does this pool have an option for auto-converting to BTC?  I only want payout in BTC.  Thanks.
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Does this pool have an option for auto-converting to BTC?  I only want payout in BTC.  Thanks.

Pool has no auto-converting option
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Quick question, if I;m 10% of the pool's hash rate and the rewards are 25, shouldnt I be getting about 2.50 a transaction when a block is found?  Why am I getting half of that?

Thanks for the help
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Quick question, if I;m 10% of the pool's hash rate and the rewards are 25, shouldnt I be getting about 2.50 a transaction when a block is found?  Why am I getting half of that?

Thanks for the help


The reward depends on the ratio of the shares you solve to the shares of the other users, and not on the speed at the time of the block.
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I think my problem is not realizing that GAME reward size has just halved
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I think my problem is not realizing that GAME reward size has just halved

Seems like GAME reward halved at block 1680000
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Suggesting again to add bitconnect coin. BCC.

It is very profitable right now.
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I just started on Hash-to-Coin, mining MOONcoins. However, I have been mining for 3 hours and my balance is still 0.0... monitoring the worker seems to work on the homepage, but no balance. When/where do I see a record of my mining?
Username on Hash-to-Coin is "snowbladin".  Huh
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I just started on Hash-to-Coin, mining MOONcoins. However, I have been mining for 3 hours and my balance is still 0.0... monitoring the worker seems to work on the homepage, but no balance. When/where do I see a record of my mining?
Username on Hash-to-Coin is "snowbladin".  Huh

What are your hashrate?
As I see, right now estimated block time for MOON is 10 hrs
coin      Diff         Net         Pool         Time est    Progress%   LTC profit%      BTC/Gh
MOON    680.35    5.2 Gh/s    22.2 Mh/s   10h 51m    101%    77%         0.0212
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like owner told. MOON hasrate on pool is too low to find blocks fast.
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Someone could tell me the differences and advantages of HASH-TO-COINS (autoswitch) for Nicehash (autoswitch)

I did not find the fee charges?
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Someone could tell me the differences and advantages of HASH-TO-COINS (autoswitch) for Nicehash (autoswitch)

I did not find the fee charges?

Not sure that you can compare Nicehash and H2C autoswitch because they are completely different.
Pool currently has no fees, miners can donate a percentage of their earnings at will.
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Can someone tell me if I can use my Antminer L3+ on this pool? And if so, what are the steps I need to take to set it up. I am mining on litecoinpool.org right now. Thanks
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Can someone tell me if I can use my Antminer L3+ on this pool? And if so, what are the steps I need to take to set it up. I am mining on litecoinpool.org right now. Thanks
Yes you can, and you can start here (link) for set up.

Basic steps are:
  • Create account.
  • Set up a worker and specify if you want to auto switch to the most profitable coin or select which coin you want to mine.
  • Input your wallet addresses for payout.
  • Input pool name on L3+ cgminer page: stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333, worker: [your worker name], pw: [your password]
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Can someone tell me if I can use my Antminer L3+ on this pool? And if so, what are the steps I need to take to set it up. I am mining on litecoinpool.org right now. Thanks
Yes you can, and you can start here (link) for set up.

Basic steps are:
  • Create account.
  • Set up a worker and specify if you want to auto switch to the most profitable coin or select which coin you want to mine.
  • Input your wallet addresses for payout.
  • Input pool name on L3+ cgminer page: stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333, worker: [your worker name], pw: [your password]

Thank for the help, wlefever. You have explained all wonderful.
From myself I will add, for ASIC it is better to use port 4444
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Someone could tell me the differences and advantages of HASH-TO-COINS (autoswitch) for Nicehash (autoswitch)

I did not find the fee charges?

I can write about differences if you are still interested?
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Are withdrawals for WBB handled manually currently?  I just made a withdrawal that is not showing on the blockchain yet.  Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

Thank for the help, wlefever. You have explained all wonderful.
From myself I will add, for ASIC it is better to use port 4444
Great, thanks for the info!
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Are withdrawals for WBB handled manually currently?  I just made a withdrawal that is not showing on the blockchain yet.  Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

Thank for the help, wlefever. You have explained all wonderful.
From myself I will add, for ASIC it is better to use port 4444
Great, thanks for the info!

PM me your WBB transaction ID, I'll check.
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whats the best way to utilize knc titan on this pool? should i just do auto switch, or mine currently most profitable coin whattomine.com suggests?

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whats the best way to utilize knc titan on this pool? should i just do auto switch, or mine currently most profitable coin whattomine.com suggests?

The best way is manually select coins with block time > 60 sec (NOVA, GAME etc), but autoswitch also work tolerably well.
Ensure using 5555 port.
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whats the best way to utilize knc titan on this pool? should i just do auto switch, or mine currently most profitable coin whattomine.com suggests?

Keep in mind that Whattomine doesn't show many of coins that we have at this pools. And some are very profitable.
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thanks. so if a exchange you recommend says not to mine directly to their addresses. is it still safe to send from your pool like once a day?

how the hell am i suppose to transfer coins to btc, if i cannot mine directly Smiley

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thanks. so if a exchange you recommend says not to mine directly to their addresses. is it still safe to send from your pool like once a day?

how the hell am i suppose to transfer coins to btc, if i cannot mine directly Smiley

Do not worry, it recommendations only affects P2Pool generated transactions. You can safely withdraw funds from this pool to the exchange.
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Question about mining on H2C. I set one of my workers for LTC, but the round progress is at 500+%. Shouldn't it goto 100% then drop back to 0% and start again? Is there something that is stuck? I haven't seen anything on LTC in my transactions.
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No it means that pool has done 5x more work trying to solve a block (and still haven't solved) than it should have on average. So this time pool is "unlucky". Once block is found percentage will go to 0%. If you wanna mine LTC there are better pools for that. But there are more profitable coins on H2C than LTC.
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Sorry, pool temporary down, someone performs a DDoS attack on frontend and startum.
Will be online soon.

UPD Online now
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Hi himikk,

Do you have any API instructions? I can see the token in my account but not sure how to get the info of how to consume the API.
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Hi himikk,

Do you have any API instructions? I can see the token in my account but not sure how to get the info of how to consume the API.

Hi mussrya,

Yes, the pool has API, but it is incomplete at the moment, so I do not want to expose it publicly.
I sent you a description of the implemented methods through private messages.
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No it means that pool has done 5x more work trying to solve a block (and still haven't solved) than it should have on average. So this time pool is "unlucky". Once block is found percentage will go to 0%. If you wanna mine LTC there are better pools for that. But there are more profitable coins on H2C than LTC.

Thanks. I'll just mine the other coins.
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Normally how long would it take for H2C start mining the changed worker's mining pool?
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Normally how long would it take for H2C start mining the changed worker's mining pool?

Not sure what do you mean. If it about autoswitch, it changes coin every 15 minutes.
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can i point a antminer s2 to your site?

i got one laying around and just wondering
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can i point a antminer s2 to your site?

i got one laying around and just wondering


Sorry, you can't. This is SCRYPT pool.
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Hello, I m newbie in mining so I have a silly question) How to use autoswitch at H2C? Can I use it if I mine with nicehash hashing power?
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Hello, I m newbie in mining so I have a silly question) How to use autoswitch at H2C? Can I use it if I mine with nicehash hashing power?

To use it just set "autoswitch" option enabled for your miner and pool will select must profitable coin.
You can use autoswitch with any hash rental services include nicehash.
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I m mining at h2c and it shows the block is every 2 mins and i didnt recive anything last 2h? I am mining with 260mhs.. Did some 1 have this problem? And how to solve it?
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Which coin you are minning? Check ballance tab and see probably coins are still uncorfirmed.
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Which coin you are minning? Check ballance tab and see probably coins are still uncorfirmed.


game and after 3h i got 5 transactios
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Somebody help me please Sad

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https://fotos.subefotos.com/44f1f5322b831ca4dca4df476cafc8d4o.png

I tried to use Cgminer 4.10 but my graphics card (Ati Radeon HD 4350) does not support OpenCL, so I tried to use the CPU with: Pooler-cpuminer-2.5.0-win32 but I can not make it work, I want to mine small cryptocurrencys or try to know how to mine in the future when I have better components, could anyone help me with these errors? what am I doing wrong?

EDIT: I trying with Emerald (EMD) in https://hash-to-coins.com/
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I tried to use Cgminer 4.10 but my graphics card (Ati Radeon HD 4350) does not support OpenCL, so I tried to use the CPU with: Pooler-cpuminer-2.5.0-win32 but I can not make it work, I want to mine small cryptocurrencys or try to know how to mine in the future when I have better components, could anyone help me with these errors? what am I doing wrong?

EDIT: I trying with Emerald (EMD) in https://hash-to-coins.com/

Cgminer vision > 2.7.3 can't work with GPU, only ASICs
PM me your cpuminer config, I try to help
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@himikk

Consider adding Tradev2 - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1870377.0

MN coming in September.
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Also Unify hot now.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1969629
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Thank for your suggestion. Both coins are very interesting.
One thing, I'm on the road now, not sure can add it quickly.
Probably will add it at 07.20
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Thank for your suggestion. Both coins are very interesting.
One thing, I'm on the road now, not sure can add it quickly.
Probably will add it at 07.20

Thanx , have a nice trip.
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How about Bitconnect Coin as another option?
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Thank for your suggestion. Both coins are very interesting.
One thing, I'm on the road now, not sure can add it quickly.
Probably will add it at 07.20

Thanx , have a nice trip.

Both coins added
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Hello is it viable to put 10 antminer l3+ on auto switch I will be getting them next month or shall I divide them some on fixed and some on auto switch thanks

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Hello is it viable to put 10 antminer l3+ on auto switch I will be getting them next month or shall I divide them some on fixed and some on auto switch thanks

Hi,

Yes, you can. Autoswitch algorithm adaptive to increase hashing power.
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Hello is it viable to put 10 antminer l3+ on auto switch I will be getting them next month or shall I divide them some on fixed and some on auto switch thanks

Hi,

Yes, you can. Autoswitch algorithm adaptive to increase hashing power.


Hi himikk, i plan to use your pool in the next days for some bitmains L3+, i have a question what stratum is better to use

stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333

or the optimized for KNC Titan ASICs
stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:5555/#skipcbcheck

Thanks in advance. Smiley

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Hello is it viable to put 10 antminer l3+ on auto switch I will be getting them next month or shall I divide them some on fixed and some on auto switch thanks

Hi,

Yes, you can. Autoswitch algorithm adaptive to increase hashing power.


Hi himikk, i plan to use your pool in the next days for some bitmains L3+, i have a question what stratum is better to use

stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333

or the optimized for KNC Titan ASICs
stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:5555/#skipcbcheck

Thanks in advance. Smiley

I suggest you use stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:4444 for your ASICs.
Also, you can try 5555 but not sure you feel a difference.
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How to use the API to configure the automatic payment of credit. Instructions API on what to do with it?
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How to use the API to configure the automatic payment of credit. Instructions API on what to do with it?

API still incomplete, you can only see account info and configure workers with it:

https://hash-to-coins.com/index.php?page=api&action=getuserhashrate&api_key=_USER_API_KEY_
https://hash-to-coins.com/index.php?page=api&action=getuserworkersinfo&api_key=_USER_API_KEY_
https://hash-to-coins.com/index.php?page=api&action=getuserbalances&api_key=_USER_API_KEY_
https://hash-to-coins.com/index.php?page=api&action=getnetworksinfo&api_key=_USER_API_KEY_
https://hash-to-coins.com/index.php?page=api&action=setworkercurrency&api_key=_USER_API_KEY_&worker=_WORKER_NAME_&coin=_COIN_TAG_

The only way to automate withdrawals is set up autopayout by a threshold
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Please add LiteCoinUltra - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2052209.0
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How do I set the automatic withdrawal time on the wallet?
Configuration instruction.
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I am a newbie... Need answers to some questions here please

1.Can you make a youtube video on how to use your website in conjunction with Nicehash.com?
2.What to put in username and password on Nicehash while buying some hashpower on rent from someone?
3.What is automatic switching? Do you switch the mining of coins according to the difficulty or according to the profitability?


Can you show a filled up form of Nicehash here or pm me please? I am big investor and I can buy huge mining power if I understand this well.
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I am a newbie... Need answers to some questions here please

1.Can you make a youtube video on how to use your website in conjunction with Nicehash.com?
2.What to put in username and password on Nicehash while buying some hashpower on rent from someone?
3.What is automatic switching? Do you switch the mining of coins according to the difficulty or according to the profitability?


Can you show a filled up form of Nicehash here or pm me please? I am big investor and I can buy huge mining power if I understand this well.

Hi,

1. This is the first request on the video tutorial. If I receive a few more I made it.
2. This pool is similar to others in terms of passwords/logins. As the login, the full name of your worker (through the point), the password on this pool is not important, you can enter anything.
3. Automatic switching select next coin by several parameters first of them is coin profitability, but pool also checking pool/coin hashpower rate and estimate block finding time.
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Hi
You make great pool. Have you got API?
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I found API key on account page, but how I can use it? Where I can find instruction?
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Hi
You make great pool. Have you got API?

Hi

See four posts upper, here
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hi there, i cant mine any coins using your pool. Im using ccminer, but when launched, it seem its mining nothing, i have very low low  stats ... any idea?

here is my command line cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 -u XXXXX.XXXXXX -p XXXXXX

i have a 1080ti

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hi there, i cant mine any coins using your pool. Im using ccminer, but when launched, it seem its mining nothing, i have very low low  stats ... any idea?

here is my command line cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 -u XXXXX.XXXXXX -p XXXXXX

i have a 1080ti


Hi,

What cgminer version you use? This software drop GPU support for versions > 3.7.2
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hi there, i cant mine any coins using your pool. Im using ccminer, but when launched, it seem its mining nothing, i have very low low  stats ... any idea?

here is my command line cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 -u XXXXX.XXXXXX -p XXXXXX

i have a 1080ti


Hi,

What cgminer version you use? This software drop GPU support for versions > 3.7.2

ok i just learned that cgminer is only for asic miner.. so we cant use your pool with GPU miners ?

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hi there, i cant mine any coins using your pool. Im using ccminer, but when launched, it seem its mining nothing, i have very low low  stats ... any idea?

here is my command line cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 -u XXXXX.XXXXXX -p XXXXXX

i have a 1080ti


Hi,

What cgminer version you use? This software drop GPU support for versions > 3.7.2

didnt catched your answer... now i have 70kh/s ... dont know why its so low..
there is only cgminer to use ?

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hi there, i cant mine any coins using your pool. Im using ccminer, but when launched, it seem its mining nothing, i have very low low  stats ... any idea?

here is my command line cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 -u XXXXX.XXXXXX -p XXXXXX

i have a 1080ti


Hi,

What cgminer version you use? This software drop GPU support for versions > 3.7.2

didnt catched your answer... now i have 70kh/s ... dont know why its so low..
there is only cgminer to use ?

Try to use ccminer, it developed exactly for nVidia cards
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Have you got API to get current profitability, I didnt found it in your message.
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Hi

I have noticed that auto switch doesn't work for me. Also i would like to ask if there is a way to adjust diff below 512.


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Hi

I have noticed that auto switch doesn't work for me. Also i would like to ask if there is a way to adjust diff below 512.


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Hi,

1. Check you coins settings. Autoswitch may not work if you have too many coins excluded from it.
    When pool switch workers to the next coins and this coin mark you as excluded, then pool just ignore your worker and it continues to mine current coin.
2. Currently, you can reach diff < 1024 only if vardiff algorithm set it for you. I can reduce the lower diff limit on 3333 port if you explain why do you need it.
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Have you got API to get current profitability, I didnt found it in your message.

What do you mean current profitability?
Coin profitabilities available in getnetworksinfo method output
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auto-switching works nice Smiley
I don't know how to use the API either  Huh
I used one before with btc to view its info on a smartphone App.
Is there an easy way to view the mining on some App using the API for this cool pool  Wink ?
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Have you got API to get current profitability, I didnt found it in your message.

What do you mean current profitability?
Coin profitabilities available in getnetworksinfo method output
Thank you, I didnt notice.
If I will change worker currency then all my hashrate will immediately begin to mine a new coin or it needs some time to move hashrate from one currency to another?
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you can see on the 'home' tab it needs a little time




edit:    Can we mine Doge ?    Tongue
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you can see on the 'home' tab it needs a little time




edit:    Can we mine Doge ?    Tongue
I know that I can watch on the "home" tab, but I have doubts about accuracy of the data, so I asked the question.
Also you can see on the "home" tab that there is no "Doge"
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Have you got API to get current profitability, I didnt found it in your message.

What do you mean current profitability?
Coin profitabilities available in getnetworksinfo method output
Thank you, I didnt notice.
If I will change worker currency then all my hashrate will immediately begin to mine a new coin or it needs some time to move hashrate from one currency to another?

It takes some time. At least from my observations.
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Hi can your pool add bitconnect coin

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Can bitconnect coin be added to your pool please reply it is a scrypt coin

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I can't seem to get cgminer to work with hash-to-coins. On their getting started page, they list 3 URLs. I've tried all three, but it doesn't matter what I put in, it just says "URL stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 failed alive testing, reinput details".

So then I tried creating a .BAT file using "cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 -u worker.name -p worker.password" but it said that --scrypt was an unrecognized option, so I took one of the dashes out. After that it just says:

Started cgminer 4.10.0
No devices detected!
Waiting for USB hotplug devices or press q to quit

Other people seem to be able to use hash-to-coins just fine, so I'm not sure what the issue is. If cgminer is just broken, is there another miner that supports LINDA coin?
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Does anyone have any historical data on payouts? How does H2C compare to the Scrypt alternatives?

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I can't seem to get cgminer to work with hash-to-coins. On their getting started page, they list 3 URLs. I've tried all three, but it doesn't matter what I put in, it just says "URL stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 failed alive testing, reinput details".

So then I tried creating a .BAT file using "cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 -u worker.name -p worker.password" but it said that --scrypt was an unrecognized option, so I took one of the dashes out. After that it just says:

Started cgminer 4.10.0
No devices detected!
Waiting for USB hotplug devices or press q to quit

Other people seem to be able to use hash-to-coins just fine, so I'm not sure what the issue is. If cgminer is just broken, is there another miner that supports LINDA coin?

What device do you use with cgminer? Versions higher than 2.7.3 don't support GPU
Can you please send me your cgminer output via PM?
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September 08, 2017, 03:05:44 AM
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Does anyone have any historical data on payouts? How does H2C compare to the Scrypt alternatives?



Pool stores historical data for last month, if you need older info PM me the reason and I try to see backups.
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September 08, 2017, 03:32:47 AM
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Dear himikk can you please tell me that BCC bitconnect coin can be added to your pool or not

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September 09, 2017, 02:54:28 PM
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I can't seem to get cgminer to work with hash-to-coins. On their getting started page, they list 3 URLs. I've tried all three, but it doesn't matter what I put in, it just says "URL stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 failed alive testing, reinput details".

So then I tried creating a .BAT file using "cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://hash-to-coins.com:3333 -u worker.name -p worker.password" but it said that --scrypt was an unrecognized option, so I took one of the dashes out. After that it just says:

Started cgminer 4.10.0
No devices detected!
Waiting for USB hotplug devices or press q to quit

Other people seem to be able to use hash-to-coins just fine, so I'm not sure what the issue is. If cgminer is just broken, is there another miner that supports LINDA coin?

What device do you use with cgminer? Versions higher than 2.7.3 don't support GPU
Can you please send me your cgminer output via PM?

I'm using an NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti, and I heard back from hash-to-coins about the cgminer version and they suggested I used CudaMiner. I was able to successfully connect to the pool, but then it crashed because it failed to call various files located in D:/Christian/Documents/Visual Studio 2010/Projects/CudaMiner/salsa_kernel.cu

So there seems to be  problem with CudaMiner, and it's not using relative path names. I just don't know where I need to go to change the path of the files it's looking for.
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September 12, 2017, 08:15:01 PM
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anyone managed to sucessfully turn on auto switch option?
my L3 miner never switch to other coins even tho autoswitch is ticked

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September 13, 2017, 05:21:35 AM
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anyone managed to sucessfully turn on auto switch option?
my L3 miner never switch to other coins even tho autoswitch is ticked

Do you mark any coins as unmineable ('Mining disabled' checkbox at the 'Wallets' page)?
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September 16, 2017, 09:48:56 PM
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anyone managed to sucessfully turn on auto switch option?
my L3 miner never switch to other coins even tho autoswitch is ticked

It does not show which coin it switches to in that worker-view once you activated it.
You can see it on the main page where it shows your hashrate on the specific coin.
Sometimes it shows an error in the workers-pane on the upper left for me when i update workers.
Then i just click it a second time to save.
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September 16, 2017, 09:50:22 PM
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anyone managed to sucessfully turn on auto switch option?
my L3 miner never switch to other coins even tho autoswitch is ticked

Do you mark any coins as unmineable ('Mining disabled' checkbox at the 'Wallets' page)?

The ones sub 200 of coinmarkectap.com might be a good idea. The coins are hard to get rid of if the cap is very small.
They are profitable for a few minutes and you end up with worth of around 50 cent. To trade at bittrex you need 15 $ of them.
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September 17, 2017, 05:36:06 PM
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manual payouts seem 'broken' or delayed ? normally its really fast ... but its been a few hours so far - pool getting busier ?(all the new l3+?)
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September 17, 2017, 05:45:31 PM
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manual payouts seem 'broken' or delayed ? normally its really fast ... but its been a few hours so far - pool getting busier ?(all the new l3+?)

Please pm me your payout data
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September 17, 2017, 06:20:53 PM
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Dear himkk

I have 2 questions first one I asked many times that why can't you add bitconnect to your mining pool and second is that about affiliate program you are giving 1 % of the income from the refered person if you are not charging any fees what is your source of income and how will you give 1 % and also cover the cost of servers and maintenance and the opportunity cost of your time

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September 17, 2017, 06:27:47 PM
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Dear himkk

I have 2 questions first one I asked many times that why can't you add bitconnect to your mining pool and second is that about affiliate program you are giving 1 % of the income from the refered person if you are not charging any fees what is your source of income and how will you give 1 % and also cover the cost of servers and maintenance and the opportunity cost of your time

1. BCC was added today
2. 1% charged from referred account
3. pool lives mostly on donations
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September 18, 2017, 09:02:52 AM
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BDL ?   BDL?
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September 18, 2017, 01:23:40 PM
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BDL ?   BDL?

You want I add BDL coin?
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September 19, 2017, 01:01:18 AM
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Wondering when we would be able to withdraw "unify" from our h2c wallet?
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September 19, 2017, 05:41:01 AM
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Yes BDL coin would be nice
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September 22, 2017, 05:57:20 AM
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hi

how to manually select which coin mine

like mine just LTC, or LINDA or etc

not multipool

thanks
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September 23, 2017, 08:57:29 AM
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You are not doing X11 anytime soon are you ?
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September 24, 2017, 04:08:24 PM
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hi

how to manually select which coin mine

like mine just LTC, or LINDA or etc

not multipool

thanks

Under My Account > Workers > Select Coin Type to the coin you wish to mine.
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September 24, 2017, 04:09:58 PM
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is there a way to promote a new coin to be added to H2C ?

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September 24, 2017, 06:27:08 PM
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is there a way to promote a new coin to be added to H2C ?

Msg ool owner. Or post in here your coin which you would like to add.
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