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September 23, 2014, 08:29:41 PM
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Is there another pool for this coin?  The one pool that is setup my ASICs don't like.  They will run for about 10 minutes, then will drop in hashrate and eventually stop all together.  I also noticed the difficulty jumping an awful lot.  It would go from 1600 to 600 to 200 to 1 and the back up almost randomly.  I think this may be causing a problem for my machines.

I am really interested in mining this coin as I believe the value will go up after than the calculator shows.  But as I understand this coin is supposed to be ASIC compatible but not so much with the FURYs.

Any suggestions?  Maybe another pool I can try?  A lot of the time if im having a problem it's usually with how the pool is setup and using a different pool fixes the situation.

Edit: for some reason "maybe but most likely not" keeps getting put after my question about another pool.  So please disregard that.  I really don't know why it keeps showing up in there.

Same here, G-blades on Windows using cpuminer will work for some time, and then stop.  They may restart at some point, but not always.  G-blades on Raspi work much better, but accepted hashrate variations are huge.  I tried to run separate instances of cpuminer per blade on Windows using stratumaverage.midaspool, same thing, first all is well, diff 512, occasionally going up to 6xx range, and then at some point mining stops, all I see is "stratum detected a new block" messages.  Using stratumlow didn't help either, same scenario, at first all is good, diff climbes according to hashrate, and then at some point mining stops, diff drops to teens, and again just "detected new block" messages...

edit: BTW, on the same computer, same blades/cpuminer work just fine on nicehash with diff 512, and on clevermining with diff256/512, so it is something about midas pool for sure...

This actually took me a long time to figure out.  Check to see if the software you are running is CGMiner 3.* if it is look for 4.7.1.  I've been using that for an hour so far without problems.

Thats interesting i use 3.1.1 and have never had a problem

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September 23, 2014, 09:59:44 PM
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Pending support ticket bounty has been Paid, check your email (or support ticket) for the midascoin voucher!

In case we missed anyone, simply open a support ticket at http://midaspay.io/helpdesk or update your existing ticket.

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September 23, 2014, 10:01:48 PM
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Is there another pool for this coin?  The one pool that is setup my ASICs don't like.  They will run for about 10 minutes, then will drop in hashrate and eventually stop all together.  I also noticed the difficulty jumping an awful lot.  It would go from 1600 to 600 to 200 to 1 and the back up almost randomly.  I think this may be causing a problem for my machines.

I am really interested in mining this coin as I believe the value will go up after than the calculator shows.  But as I understand this coin is supposed to be ASIC compatible but not so much with the FURYs.

Any suggestions?  Maybe another pool I can try?  A lot of the time if im having a problem it's usually with how the pool is setup and using a different pool fixes the situation.

Edit: for some reason "maybe but most likely not" keeps getting put after my question about another pool.  So please disregard that.  I really don't know why it keeps showing up in there.

Same here, G-blades on Windows using cpuminer will work for some time, and then stop.  They may restart at some point, but not always.  G-blades on Raspi work much better, but accepted hashrate variations are huge.  I tried to run separate instances of cpuminer per blade on Windows using stratumaverage.midaspool, same thing, first all is well, diff 512, occasionally going up to 6xx range, and then at some point mining stops, all I see is "stratum detected a new block" messages.  Using stratumlow didn't help either, same scenario, at first all is good, diff climbes according to hashrate, and then at some point mining stops, diff drops to teens, and again just "detected new block" messages...

edit: BTW, on the same computer, same blades/cpuminer work just fine on nicehash with diff 512, and on clevermining with diff256/512, so it is something about midas pool for sure...

This actually took me a long time to figure out.  Check to see if the software you are running is CGMiner 3.* if it is look for 4.7.1.  I've been using that for an hour so far without problems.

I'm using CPUminer, sandor111 version, works like a charm everywhere else.  I actually switched to it from cgminer/bfgminer because it gave me much less rejects using Gridseeds (both pods and blades) on the pools I use (multipools mostly).  I'm going to try bfgminer with midaspool...

edit: Funny, just got the same issue with gridseed blades and nicehash, I bet people are buying hashrate there to point to midaspool Wink  Back to clevermining they go.

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September 24, 2014, 03:55:16 AM
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Im confused we are at 22GH with 600 difficulty and earlier today we had 15GH with 1,200 diff.
what is the equation for the difficulty adjustment?

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September 24, 2014, 07:54:38 AM
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Est. Shares this Round    121,651,627 (done: 939.5%)

What the hell?
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September 24, 2014, 08:37:35 AM
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2 hours since last block, what's wrong with midaspool  Huh

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September 24, 2014, 08:58:10 AM
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2 hours since last block, what's wrong with midaspool  Huh

I have rent and I will earn nothing. Already happened like last time  Embarrassed
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September 24, 2014, 09:26:23 AM
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Ok next small blocks

problem fixed  Grin
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September 24, 2014, 10:55:27 AM
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can u change the security.inc of the official pool...it sucks everytime unlock the options and than confirm with email

set security.inc to false pls Smiley

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September 24, 2014, 12:24:48 PM
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Apologies for the late block time, our PoM system froze for an hour or so which caused difficulty spikes in which time the blocks were not able to process correctly. As you noticed the system was resolved and all is running smooth. Block time will be faster over the next few hours to compensate. Now is the best time to mine.

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September 24, 2014, 02:07:56 PM
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Apparently there is only bot tradig on bittrex.

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Interesting concept. Where is the Gold stored? Is there a proof that the Gold is really bought and stored in a bank safe available at any time?

That means the coin already has 22 kg Gold now?
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September 24, 2014, 03:25:09 PM
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Apparently there is only bot tradig on bittrex.


easiest way to buy cheapest and sell for the most you can. gotta get coins somehow Smiley

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September 24, 2014, 03:59:58 PM
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can u change the security.inc of the official pool...it sucks everytime unlock the options and than confirm with email

set security.inc to false pls Smiley

Hello,

We can't do that.

Unfortunately we get every second login attempts from automated sources.

We assume someone is trying a big list of user/password combination from other pools.

Changing those settings will most likely lead to some account of being compromised and a loss of funds, something that we cannot simply accept.

We know that the security procedure may be boring, but are a benefit for all the community.

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September 24, 2014, 04:01:41 PM
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can u change the security.inc of the official pool...it sucks everytime unlock the options and than confirm with email

set security.inc to false pls Smiley

Hello,

We can't do that.

Unfortunately we get every second scan and tens of scan and login attempt.

We assume someone is trying a big list of user/password combination from other pools.

Changing those settings will most likely lead to some account of being compromised and a loss of funds, something that we cannot simply accept.

We know that the security procedure may be boring, but are a benefit for all the community.

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you should not remove security, but your mail server is a bit slow, maybe you can fix that, i received confirmation mail for chenging detail 10-15 minutes after asked
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September 24, 2014, 04:27:39 PM
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can u change the security.inc of the official pool...it sucks everytime unlock the options and than confirm with email

set security.inc to false pls Smiley

Hello,

We can't do that.

Unfortunately we get every second scan and tens of scan and login attempt.

We assume someone is trying a big list of user/password combination from other pools.

Changing those settings will most likely lead to some account of being compromised and a loss of funds, something that we cannot simply accept.

We know that the security procedure may be boring, but are a benefit for all the community.

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you should not remove security, but your mail server is a bit slow, maybe you can fix that, i received confirmation mail for chenging detail 10-15 minutes after asked

i get mine instantly everytime. maybe its your email provider Cheesy

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September 24, 2014, 05:41:14 PM
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Just want to say thank you to MidasCoin and team for the opportunity to be King for 24 hours. I like what you guys are doing and have every intention of supporting and following your progress indefinitely. The dedication to support and contact with the community far exceeds most other altcoin dev teams. Great work guys. Looking forward to future developments from the MidasCoin team.
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September 24, 2014, 09:35:54 PM
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sleek market at bittrex

only 1.4 BTC to 1 sat

and only 0.4 BTC to 40k sat


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September 24, 2014, 10:19:24 PM
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you should not remove security, but your mail server is a bit slow, maybe you can fix that, i received confirmation mail for chenging detail 10-15 minutes after asked

Hey Tommy,

We use the transactional email service Mandrill, that ensure high and fast delivery rate.  (yes, we pay for every email sent)

I don't think we can do more on that matter Smiley

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September 24, 2014, 10:32:20 PM
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Weird, why only sell order on exchange.
Seems no one buy this coin.

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