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March 15, 2015, 03:06:16 AM
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It's looking good, are there any plans to add a mintsy multipool and/or get auto paid in any currency?  If not, maybe there could be a way to add an external pool that is multi-algo.
Multipool coming soon and likely to the any currency.
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March 15, 2015, 03:07:04 AM
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I pre-enrolled but never got an invite, are you still sending them out?

Invites are being sent out in batches in the order folks pre-registered.
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March 15, 2015, 03:07:53 AM
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I got my invite, going to be sending some TH your way soon and trying out the renting and contracts.  It looks awesome.  Thanks.

I agree! The product gets better an better every day!
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March 15, 2015, 04:37:23 PM
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There are no FAQ on site. FAQ is very important.
I have a question.
I bought contract 2 days ago, but I have no payouts (I have worker and pools).
While process of buying I read something about 5 days delay but don't remember exact what.
Could you describe payouts rules?
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March 15, 2015, 05:59:04 PM
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Looks interesting, hope to receive my invite soon Smiley
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March 15, 2015, 08:00:07 PM
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There are no FAQ on site. FAQ is very important.
I have a question.
I bought contract 2 days ago, but I have no payouts (I have worker and pools).
While process of buying I read something about 5 days delay but don't remember exact what.
Could you describe payouts rules?

We have a full FAQ being draft and each page has a help popup associated. I have to dig into the contracts a bit it took mine a day to start working... Remember its still really early beta so expect some goofiness. I will get you the payout info soon and post it here.
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April 06, 2015, 10:03:18 PM
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So whatever happened to the $5k?

Also do you have a list of known working external pools? I'm seeing some widely varied results.

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April 07, 2015, 04:36:21 PM
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Also I've got 33 hours worth of "pending" credits from rental income from one of our rigs. Can you tell me how long before we get paid?

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April 15, 2015, 11:07:42 PM
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I have been mining the BTC Pool for 36 days now and to be honest, I am disappointed because despite contracts, the network doesn't solve enough blocks to get payouts. An example is this: In the last 2 weeks, there has been one solved block for one payout. Since I began 36 days ago, there has been a total of 13 payouts. While I do know this is beta, it does not seem to me that the contract is worth it. Now, I will tell you that they guarantee a refund on hashrate they missed, but that does little good if the network delivers on hashrate but cannot solve blocks. I am on pace to make $8.80 on a contract that cost $59.00.
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April 17, 2015, 01:36:33 AM
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I have been mining the BTC Pool for 36 days now and to be honest, I am disappointed because despite contracts, the network doesn't solve enough blocks to get payouts. An example is this: In the last 2 weeks, there has been one solved block for one payout. Since I began 36 days ago, there has been a total of 13 payouts. While I do know this is beta, it does not seem to me that the contract is worth it. Now, I will tell you that they guarantee a refund on hashrate they missed, but that does little good if the network delivers on hashrate but cannot solve blocks. I am on pace to make $8.80 on a contract that cost $59.00.

You can mine external pools with more hashrate.
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April 17, 2015, 10:53:02 AM
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I have been mining the BTC Pool for 36 days now and to be honest, I am disappointed because despite contracts, the network doesn't solve enough blocks to get payouts. An example is this: In the last 2 weeks, there has been one solved block for one payout. Since I began 36 days ago, there has been a total of 13 payouts. While I do know this is beta, it does not seem to me that the contract is worth it. Now, I will tell you that they guarantee a refund on hashrate they missed, but that does little good if the network delivers on hashrate but cannot solve blocks. I am on pace to make $8.80 on a contract that cost $59.00.

You can mine external pools with more hashrate.


ive always gotten errors when doing the external pool set up through mintsy.
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April 17, 2015, 11:18:03 AM
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I have gotten as much as 60 bonus MH/s with Mintsy.co off of 4 contracts for 10Mh/s each. Pretty amazing. Kinda sucks when it goes the opposite way like right now and only pulling about 6Mh/s per contract. There are a couple questions I have been meaning to e-mail but might as well fire em off here.

When I purchased my most recent contract, I was attempting to buy two 10Mh/s contracts for 6 months, but I believe they have been combined into one worker. I believe this happened since my 3rd worker has an average of double the hashing rate as the first two workers/contracts I set up. Is this something I should worry about? I have 4 workers listed on my account but the 4th is 'inactive' and my OCD doesn't like that  Wink

Also, should each contract be linked to an individual worker set up on the pool's website? I believe I read something along those lines on the website.

As for setting the difficulty on a mining pool, I know it is dependent on your current hash rate, but with mine having a relatively wide range of fluctuation, I don't know what to set it to in order to get the best bang for my buck. I have been setting it to 64 as most pools mention over time that is the best value for all miners.

Lastly, does a scrypt miner handle scrypt-n and jane?

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April 17, 2015, 02:48:10 PM
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I have been mining the BTC Pool for 36 days now and to be honest, I am disappointed because despite contracts, the network doesn't solve enough blocks to get payouts. An example is this: In the last 2 weeks, there has been one solved block for one payout. Since I began 36 days ago, there has been a total of 13 payouts. While I do know this is beta, it does not seem to me that the contract is worth it. Now, I will tell you that they guarantee a refund on hashrate they missed, but that does little good if the network delivers on hashrate but cannot solve blocks. I am on pace to make $8.80 on a contract that cost $59.00.

You can mine external pools with more hashrate.

Not with a contract.
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April 18, 2015, 08:00:29 PM
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I have been mining the BTC Pool for 36 days now and to be honest, I am disappointed because despite contracts, the network doesn't solve enough blocks to get payouts. An example is this: In the last 2 weeks, there has been one solved block for one payout. Since I began 36 days ago, there has been a total of 13 payouts. While I do know this is beta, it does not seem to me that the contract is worth it. Now, I will tell you that they guarantee a refund on hashrate they missed, but that does little good if the network delivers on hashrate but cannot solve blocks. I am on pace to make $8.80 on a contract that cost $59.00.

You can mine external pools with more hashrate.

Not with a contract.

Yes you can mine external pools with a contract. Just setup the external pool and point your contract work at that pool. I am mining multipool as we speak.
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April 20, 2015, 07:16:16 AM
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I have gotten as much as 60 bonus MH/s with Mintsy.co off of 4 contracts for 10Mh/s each. Pretty amazing. Kinda sucks when it goes the opposite way like right now and only pulling about 6Mh/s per contract. There are a couple questions I have been meaning to e-mail but might as well fire em off here.

When I purchased my most recent contract, I was attempting to buy two 10Mh/s contracts for 6 months, but I believe they have been combined into one worker. I believe this happened since my 3rd worker has an average of double the hashing rate as the first two workers/contracts I set up. Is this something I should worry about? I have 4 workers listed on my account but the 4th is 'inactive' and my OCD doesn't like that  Wink

Also, should each contract be linked to an individual worker set up on the pool's website? I believe I read something along those lines on the website.

As for setting the difficulty on a mining pool, I know it is dependent on your current hash rate, but with mine having a relatively wide range of fluctuation, I don't know what to set it to in order to get the best bang for my buck. I have been setting it to 64 as most pools mention over time that is the best value for all miners.

Lastly, does a scrypt miner handle scrypt-n and jane?

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April 21, 2015, 11:32:33 AM
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So whatever happened to the $5k?

Also do you have a list of known working external pools? I'm seeing some widely varied results.

bump..

$5k probably went to Zhenya's $300k salary lol

But props to the Mintsy team the platform is looking good.

Also external pool redirections are probably being done via stratum's extranonce.subscription, this can be tricky if not implemented well.


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April 22, 2015, 02:00:25 AM
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When I purchased my most recent contract, I was attempting to buy two 10Mh/s contracts for 6 months, but I believe they have been combined into one worker. I believe this happened since my 3rd worker has an average of double the hashing rate as the first two workers/contracts I set up. Is this something I should worry about? I have 4 workers listed on my account but the 4th is 'inactive' and my OCD doesn't like that  Wink

Also, should each contract be linked to an individual worker set up on the pool's website? I believe I read something along those lines on the website.
You would have to contact the support guys on this one Ill dig around and see what I can find out, or just buy a second contract myself. I owe you an answer for this.

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As for setting the difficulty on a mining pool, I know it is dependent on your current hash rate, but with mine having a relatively wide range of fluctuation, I don't know what to set it to in order to get the best bang for my buck. I have been setting it to 64 as most pools mention over time that is the best value for all miners.

I use 64 so far so good.

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Lastly, does a scrypt miner handle scrypt-n and jane?

No but there will be options for these in the future

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May 05, 2015, 03:57:16 PM
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Sha-256 Contracts have been increased.  No Price changes.

If you had a 100 Gh/s contract before, it is now 250 Gh/s. If you had a 1 Th/s contract, it is now 2.5 Th/s.

We are also giving you credit for the time used on your old contract. 60% of the time you have already used in your existing contract will be appended to the expiration date of your contract.

This means if you have had your contract for 30 days already, then 18 more days will be added to the end of your contract to extend it's expiration date.
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May 06, 2015, 03:10:35 PM
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I setup external pool pointing to multipool.us, but after few hours, it somehow stopped mining on my external pool, showing 0 khs when i login to multipool. I think to fix it, I have to meedle with the worker's pool configuration and save it for it to start mining again.
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May 07, 2015, 04:51:35 AM
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any mining calculator can i use if i buy contract in Minsty ?
now iam use bitcoincloudservice and cloudminr.io Smiley

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