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October 31, 2017, 01:03:23 AM
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Does anyone have AMD cards mining neoscrypt? I read online that a RX 480/580 can do 600+ hashrate but the best I can get is ~310 kh/s using NSGminer.  Sgminer 5.6 won't even connect to pools. If anyone has an example of their .bat file and the miner they're using I'd be very curious to see it as well as your hashrate.

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October 31, 2017, 04:48:24 AM
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Any of these neoscrypt currencies makes a good profit?

I don't think there are any good profits with BTC hitting 180 USD today unless you have free electricity indeed...


$180 seems like so long ago.  Remember the guy from Back to the Future 2 who wished he could go back and put some money on the Cubbies?  I wish I had put more money on the BeeTeeCees.
Still doing okay.  I got in around $230 in mid-2015.

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October 31, 2017, 03:01:25 PM
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Does anyone have AMD cards mining neoscrypt? I read online that a RX 480/580 can do 600+ hashrate but the best I can get is ~310 kh/s using NSGminer.  Sgminer 5.6 won't even connect to pools. If anyone has an example of their .bat file and the miner they're using I'd be very curious to see it as well as your hashrate.

HD7990 is pulling up to 1MH/s, R9 290X can do over 600KH/s depending on clock speeds. Need to optimise better for the RX series, so they can match and exceed the R9 290X in performance. I have the hardware, just not enough free time.


Any of these neoscrypt currencies makes a good profit?

I don't think there are any good profits with BTC hitting 180 USD today unless you have free electricity indeed...


$180 seems like so long ago.  Remember the guy from Back to the Future 2 who wished he could go back and put some money on the Cubbies?  I wish I had put more money on the BeeTeeCees.
Still doing okay.  I got in around $230 in mid-2015.

I have even more distant memories of BTC being worth next to nothing, but no one knew for sure whether the whole cryptocurrency idea was going to succeed or fail miserably.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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October 31, 2017, 08:14:07 PM
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Does anyone have AMD cards mining neoscrypt? I read online that a RX 480/580 can do 600+ hashrate but the best I can get is ~310 kh/s using NSGminer.  Sgminer 5.6 won't even connect to pools. If anyone has an example of their .bat file and the miner they're using I'd be very curious to see it as well as your hashrate.

HD7990 is pulling up to 1MH/s, R9 290X can do over 600KH/s depending on clock speeds. Need to optimise better for the RX series, so they can match and exceed the R9 290X in performance. I have the hardware, just not enough free time.


Any of these neoscrypt currencies makes a good profit?

I don't think there are any good profits with BTC hitting 180 USD today unless you have free electricity indeed...


$180 seems like so long ago.  Remember the guy from Back to the Future 2 who wished he could go back and put some money on the Cubbies?  I wish I had put more money on the BeeTeeCees.
Still doing okay.  I got in around $230 in mid-2015.

I have even more distant memories of BTC being worth next to nothing, but no one knew for sure whether the whole cryptocurrency idea was going to succeed or fail miserably.


After playing around some more I get a steady ~450 Kh/s with a stock Rx 480 8GB in one of my personal computers.  It doesn't seem to change much if I lower or raise worksize, intensity etc... I haven't tried adjusting core clocks or memory to see if that has any effect on it.

I did a fair bit of mining back in 2011 when Bitcoin was starting to be heard of in the geekier regions of the internet. My last sale before I quit for a number of years was 70 BTC for $12 each. If only I had a crystal ball back then.... Wink

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November 05, 2017, 10:34:42 AM
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November 05, 2017, 11:46:38 AM
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As I know, the latest neoscrypt coin is innova, and it is developed quite well, good trading price and volume at exchanger.
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November 05, 2017, 12:41:47 PM
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There are few coins coming up but none of it is that much profitable or not getting listed in the exchange.
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November 09, 2017, 08:40:28 AM
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Added.

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January 06, 2018, 06:28:46 PM
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Mother of god....

I am trying to find out what the N-Factor number is of neoscrypt coins can someone anyone point me in the right direction ive "N-Factor neoscrypt" all day in google and came up empty handed.

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January 06, 2018, 06:36:59 PM
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Gobyte (GBX)
CrowdCoin (CRC)
Sparks (SPK)


so far top 2 are the best mining option there is to mine ...
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January 09, 2018, 10:08:39 PM
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Gobyte (GBX)
CrowdCoin (CRC)
Sparks (SPK)


so far top 2 are the best mining option there is to mine ...

Added all three.


Mother of god....

I am trying to find out what the N-Factor number is of neoscrypt coins can someone anyone point me in the right direction ive "N-Factor neoscrypt" all day in google and came up empty handed.

Thanks.

N=128 for NeoScrypt, N=1024 for Scrypt

No one has bothered yet to increase NeoScrypt N for any production use. It's ASIC resistant by default.

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January 10, 2018, 03:18:43 AM
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Gobyte (GBX)
CrowdCoin (CRC)
Sparks (SPK)


so far top 2 are the best mining option there is to mine ...

Added all three.


Mother of god....

I am trying to find out what the N-Factor number is of neoscrypt coins can someone anyone point me in the right direction ive "N-Factor neoscrypt" all day in google and came up empty handed.

Thanks.

N=128 for NeoScrypt, N=1024 for Scrypt

No one has bothered yet to increase NeoScrypt N for any production use. It's ASIC resistant by default.


Thank you so much I greatly appreciate it! You were the only person that was able to give me any feedback on what this value is, I thought I was pretty clear about it but people seem to be posting coins not the values. Again Much Thanks ghostlander

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January 10, 2018, 09:17:40 AM
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please add SIGIL (SGL).
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January 12, 2018, 11:15:38 PM
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List of NeoScrypt Powered Coins

 
This is a complete list of coins using NeoScrypt for their proof-of-work (PoW).
 
 
The original announcement thread of NeoScrypt:
 
NeoScrypt: The Future of CPU and GPU Mining
 
 
The following list is in a chronological order.
 


thank you!
very nice info!

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January 15, 2018, 07:19:47 PM
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Does anyone have AMD cards mining neoscrypt? I read online that a RX 480/580 can do 600+ hashrate but the best I can get is ~310 kh/s using NSGminer.  Sgminer 5.6 won't even connect to pools. If anyone has an example of their .bat file and the miner they're using I'd be very curious to see it as well as your hashrate.

gateless gate sharp...best neoscrypt miner
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Today at 06:35:40 AM
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please add SIGIL (SGL).

Added. Seems another Orbitcoin fork. Although they haven't got the total fixed supply right because it's 97.5 million rather than 50 million stated.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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