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Author Topic: [ANN] [XMG] MAGI | CPU mining | mPoW | mPoS | [MagiPay]  (Read 2373497 times)
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September 18, 2014, 09:07:18 AM
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Block reward should be 500 at present difficulty?
There must be GPU miner on suprnova 10,264 kh/s

I guess it makes no sense. The top 10 guys with the crazy hashrates will still earn 90% of the coins

What do you think they are doing different than you?

Go look at the OP -> Click on "VPS Guide" -> enjoy it like everyone else.

Sure it may cost you a little, but it can pay for itself in the long hall as m7m is a great algo that many coins will probably follow.

We all have the same opportunity.  


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September 18, 2014, 09:15:17 AM
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Who has tested out different thread levels with VPS pool mining?

-t 4
-t 8
-t 12



4vcore servers (EC2 x)

-4 -5 gives out similar performance. (32Khash)
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September 18, 2014, 09:52:30 AM
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Just got 62 coins solo mining!!!!

Found 117 coins on my server since start.

Should I switch to pool !?

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September 18, 2014, 10:26:58 AM
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Just got 62 coins solo mining!!!!

Found 117 coins on my server since start.

Should I switch to pool !?
sure
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September 18, 2014, 10:41:05 AM
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BTW I wasn't able to make a proper macro for failover. Can someone share it's macro for retrying both of the pools if the first one fails?

The one I make always tries the second one, regardless if the first one is down or not.

Thanks!
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September 18, 2014, 10:55:31 AM
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Who has tested out different thread levels with VPS pool mining?

-t 4
-t 8
-t 12



4vcore servers (EC2 x)

-4 -5 gives out similar performance. (32Khash)


Thanks for the feedback.

I've figured that as well 1 thread per core is about right.

I know some people here have went to the higher cores while mining this, so i'm kind of curious the value they set for their threads.

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September 18, 2014, 11:34:31 AM
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Block reward should be 500 at present difficulty?
There must be GPU miner on suprnova 10,264 kh/s

I guess it makes no sense. The top 10 guys with the crazy hashrates will still earn 90% of the coins

What do you think they are doing different than you?

Go look at the OP -> Click on "VPS Guide" -> enjoy it like everyone else.

Sure it may cost you a little, but it can pay for itself in the long hall as m7m is a great algo that many coins will probably follow.

We all have the same opportunity.  



I tried this:
Code:
cd ~/magi/src
./magi &

The last command runs the daemon.


I get the following screen:

> ./magi &
>

and what to do now?



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September 18, 2014, 11:40:05 AM
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It's unfair that there is no AMD miner.
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September 18, 2014, 12:00:34 PM
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Just got 62 coins solo mining!!!!

Found 117 coins on my server since start.

Should I switch to pool !?
sure



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September 18, 2014, 12:08:22 PM
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It's unfair that there is no AMD miner.

there is no nvidia miner as well.
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September 18, 2014, 12:12:13 PM
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Why has everybody jumped ship on nonce-pool?
This guy compiled the best pool miner so far and got a lot of hashpower yesterday, why did everybody move over to suprnova?
The distribution of the hashpower is a bit disturbing now.

A fine is a tax you pay for something you did wrong.
A tax is a fine you pay for something you did right.
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September 18, 2014, 12:17:51 PM
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Why has everybody jumped ship on nonce-pool?
This guy compiled the best pool miner so far and got a lot of hashpower yesterday, why did everybody move over to suprnova?
The distribution of the hashpower is a bit disturbing now.

It happend just after it was noticed that there was a problem with payouts.
People changed to Nova to get the payouts. The issue was fixed soon but the trillion hash mega guy changed to Nova anyway :-)

Now more people coming to nonce, BTW, doubled hashrate in 1 hour.
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September 18, 2014, 12:29:00 PM
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Why has everybody jumped ship on nonce-pool?
This guy compiled the best pool miner so far and got a lot of hashpower yesterday, why did everybody move over to suprnova?
The distribution of the hashpower is a bit disturbing now.

It happend just after it was noticed that there was a problem with payouts.
People changed to Nova to get the payouts. The issue was fixed soon but the trillion hash mega guy changed to Nova anyway :-)

Now more people coming to nonce, BTW, doubled hashrate in 1 hour.

Please spread the hash guys, without Nonce suprnova's pool for this coin wouldn't exist, its all their credit, they deserve the fees definitely !

No worries, seems like most of the big guys, including the mysterious anonymous switchted to nonce.
We may need to stop some of them to stay in Nova now Tongue
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September 18, 2014, 12:41:24 PM
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I wonder if Claymore made his closed source ati miner and mines with such great hashpower lol.

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September 18, 2014, 12:43:15 PM
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I wonder if Claymore made his closed source ati miner and mines with such great hashpower lol.


My bet would be on Wolf0
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September 18, 2014, 12:46:40 PM
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I wonder if Claymore made his closed source ati miner and mines with such great hashpower lol.


My bet would be on Wolf0

Wolf0 has sold his other miner privately.
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September 18, 2014, 12:51:28 PM
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I wonder if Claymore made his closed source ati miner and mines with such great hashpower lol.

I think that someone just have CPU farm to mine. I don't think that this is a GPU miner...

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September 18, 2014, 01:02:58 PM
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Net Hashrate

119,570.95 KH/s

can´t be true....
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September 18, 2014, 01:04:34 PM
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Net Hashrate

119,570.95 KH/s

can´t be true....

Well, why not, actually..
Just 20 EC2 instances can net 5M hashrate. That's easily rentable by a common miner.
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September 18, 2014, 01:13:13 PM
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net hashrate is calculated by blocktime vs diff, if you got a fast block the net hashrate is high, like a lucky block in 20% of the expected time -> net hashrate +80%, next block is on time again so the net hashrate is back -80%, it always jumps all over the place short term.

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