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February 27, 2016, 04:48:22 PM
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Fist ~44 hours with ~7 GH:

Accepted: 6490/6500 (99.85%)

Total earned 17.67 DCR



what? i've 1/5 of that and my earning is 1 decred per day, something is seriously fucked here on the pool i'm not buying the luck stuff, in fact they are investigating on the backend now read the news
i think some payment of some users went to another users, because you're basically doing 3 decred per day with a single 970, that's impossible
that's because you don't know how to read... 17 in 44hours means 9.6decred/day

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February 27, 2016, 05:00:54 PM
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Fist ~44 hours with ~7 GH:

Accepted: 6490/6500 (99.85%)

Total earned 17.67 DCR



what? i've 1/5 of that and my earning is 1 decred per day, something is seriously fucked here on the pool i'm not buying the luck stuff, in fact they are investigating on the backend now read the news
i think some payment of some users went to another users, because you're basically doing 3 decred per day with a single 970, that's impossible
that's because you don't know how to read... 17 in 44hours means 9.6decred/day

then we are in two that dunno how to read lol, because i said that i'm doing 1 decred only per day, and by your post i should do almost 2, 1/5 of 9.6 = 2
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February 27, 2016, 05:06:22 PM
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Fist ~44 hours with ~7 GH:

Accepted: 6490/6500 (99.85%)

Total earned 17.67 DCR



what? i've 1/5 of that and my earning is 1 decred per day, something is seriously fucked here on the pool i'm not buying the luck stuff, in fact they are investigating on the backend now read the news
i think some payment of some users went to another users, because you're basically doing 3 decred per day with a single 970, that's impossible
that's because you don't know how to read... 17 in 44hours means 9.6decred/day

then we are in two that dunno how to read lol, because i said that i'm doing 1 decred only per day, and by your post i should do almost 2, 1/5 of 9.6 = 2
the pool has low net hashrate, so lower chance to get a block... then if you are unsure, you can check all the block you mined and do the full calculation (and see where it goes) rather than doing speculations...

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February 27, 2016, 05:13:24 PM
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@Vaccomondus:
Small pool, big variance. It get's closer to the experience of mining solo. Some days you get a lot, some days you get just a little. You'd need to compare earnings over much larger periods to read any sort of reasonable average of daily returns...

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February 27, 2016, 05:17:57 PM
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Small pool, big variance. It get's closer to the experience of mining solo. Some days you get a lot, some days you get just a little. You'd need to compare earnings over much larger periods to read any sort of reasonable average of daily returns...

i'm mining on supernova which has 50% of the net hash, how is this a small pool?
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February 27, 2016, 05:23:17 PM
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February 27, 2016, 05:42:48 PM
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Guys , which speed gtx970 reaches on decred, I can't find such statistics...
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February 27, 2016, 06:09:52 PM
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1.3g average but with oc more
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February 27, 2016, 06:11:36 PM
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@Vaccomondus:
Small pool, big variance. It get's closer to the experience of mining solo. Some days you get a lot, some days you get just a little. You'd need to compare earnings over much larger periods to read any sort of reasonable average of daily returns...

i'm mining on supernova which has 50% of the net hash, how is this a small pool?
lol thought you were mining on yiimp, since you were complaining here Grin

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February 27, 2016, 06:13:17 PM
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@Vaccomondus:
Small pool, big variance. It get's closer to the experience of mining solo. Some days you get a lot, some days you get just a little. You'd need to compare earnings over much larger periods to read any sort of reasonable average of daily returns...

i'm mining on supernova which has 50% of the net hash, how is this a small pool?

I was referring to the numbers that antantti posted, as I understand he's mining on Yiimp. You are comparing your returns (from a large pool with low variance), with his returns (from a small pool with high variance), right? So not a sensible comparison, was my point...

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February 27, 2016, 06:14:19 PM
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I was referring to the numbers that antantti posted, as I understand he's mining on Yiimp. You are comparing your returns (from a large pool with low variance), with his returns (from a small pool with high variance), right? So not a sensible comparison, was my point...

ah... you think that he was lucky?
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February 27, 2016, 06:16:31 PM
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Yes. I'd say Yiimp had a particularly good couple of days there.
May it have many more!  Cool

Edit: As a bit of a side note, I've always gotten a feel that smaller pools have better efficiency (and thus slightly better payouts). I don't have any significant numbers to back this reasoning, but anyhow, generally speaking, I always tend to point my hashrate at a small or small'ish pool.

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February 27, 2016, 06:32:09 PM
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Yes. I'd say Yiimp had a particularly good couple of days there.
May it have many more!  Cool

Edit: As a bit of a side note, I've always gotten a feel that smaller pools have better efficiency (and thus slightly better payouts). I don't have any significant numbers to back this reasoning, but anyhow, generally speaking, I always tend to point my hashrate at a small or small'ish pool.
on a large pool, only large miner gets "normal" payout, small miner may not get shares for every block which are found, reducing a bit the income (well on suprnova you can choose your diff though), scaling might differ a bit between small and larger miner etc...
however there is a smaller risk involved by using large pool than small one (as for small pool, you need to run a longer time before finding a block...)

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February 27, 2016, 06:48:40 PM
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i'm using diff 8 on supernova, what should i use with one gpu only?

edit...seems better now, 10 hours = 0.7 decred, i think there was a problem in their end indeed
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February 27, 2016, 06:50:27 PM
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on suprnova, 1 or 4 on the longpoll from my first tests

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February 27, 2016, 07:56:00 PM
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i'm using diff 8 on supernova, what should i use with one gpu only?

edit...seems better now, 10 hours = 0.7 decred, i think there was a problem in their end indeed

DCR is quite "slow" coin, last found blocks have about 4 minutes between them ( should be 15 but thats another story) so you are not in hurry to send at least one share to every block.

Find settings that give you efficiency closer to 100%. If one pool doesn't work for you then try another one.

Me and some fellow miners are reporting 99.8 - 99.85% accepted share rates at http://yiimp.ccminer.org.



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February 28, 2016, 03:49:39 AM
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hey why nvidia is trash on ethereum? nothing can be done? also it appear that the best amd is 280x and not the last card generation(fury etc...)

this is NEVER a static thing ... block hits are NOT exact and NEVER expected ...

its a lottery draw - no matter which way you look at it ... you are never guaranteed a block ...

so you should never calculate based on 'guaranteed' block hits ... ever ...

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so that estimate on supernova is fucked up?

No it's not. The bigger the pool, the closer to estimated income you'll get, since you'll find blocks more often. You can look at this under the 'blocks' tab and then look at the %. If it's above 100% then the pool has been having problems finding blocks and you'll receive a reduced income, if it's below 100 you'll receive more then the estimate.

As with most stats, the more data points you have, the closer it'll reflect estimates and the more accurate estimates will be. This is why people generally all mine on bigger pools, it's more static income and less random 'luck'. Faster block times can also help with this sort of thing... But there are problems with doing that.

Generally speaking look for a pool with a 24hr luck that is around 100%. If it's 20% higher or lower then that, it's generally not worth mining on. I personally don't mine on pools with less then 5% of the network hashrate as well as the RNG is way too high (although that depends on block time for the coin).

This is putting aside that pools seem to have been having problems with stratum support. It seems like the stratums are screwed up compared to using normal getwork without stratum. I've found normal getwork works better for this coin. Your hashrate usually does not fluctuate at all.

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February 28, 2016, 07:45:45 AM
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hey why nvidia is trash on ethereum? nothing can be done? also it appear that the best amd is 280x and not the last card generation(fury etc...)

this is NEVER a static thing ... block hits are NOT exact and NEVER expected ...

its a lottery draw - no matter which way you look at it ... you are never guaranteed a block ...

so you should never calculate based on 'guaranteed' block hits ... ever ...

#crysx

so that estimate on supernova is fucked up?

No it's not. The bigger the pool, the closer to estimated income you'll get, since you'll find blocks more often. You can look at this under the 'blocks' tab and then look at the %. If it's above 100% then the pool has been having problems finding blocks and you'll receive a reduced income, if it's below 100 you'll receive more then the estimate.

As with most stats, the more data points you have, the closer it'll reflect estimates and the more accurate estimates will be. This is why people generally all mine on bigger pools, it's more static income and less random 'luck'. Faster block times can also help with this sort of thing... But there are problems with doing that.

Generally speaking look for a pool with a 24hr luck that is around 100%. If it's 20% higher or lower then that, it's generally not worth mining on. I personally don't mine on pools with less then 5% of the network hashrate as well as the RNG is way too high (although that depends on block time for the coin).

This is putting aside that pools seem to have been having problems with stratum support. It seems like the stratums are screwed up compared to using normal getwork without stratum. I've found normal getwork works better for this coin. Your hashrate usually does not fluctuate at all.

good explanation, it make sense now supernova is sitting on 110%, so i'm losing 10% i guess and the other small pool has 5% of the hash, so it's not worthit to mine there, in fact m earning was even worse
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February 28, 2016, 03:41:31 PM
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One thing came to my mind, if you have set really low auto payout treshold then relatively high tx fees eat 4 x 0.05= 0.2 DCR from your daily earnings.

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February 28, 2016, 03:52:15 PM
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Yes it was the main reason for the 5%.

I still need to compute them Wink

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