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@ MaXeY « Wed 10:08 am »
has started a new topic: INVALID SUBMISSION RECORDED
@ nikki99 « Wed 2:43 am »
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@ MaXeY « Tue 7:12 pm »
can admin help me how to fix this
@ MaXeY « Tue 7:12 pm »
i didn’t get an email with this error.. i just found it inside my settings
@ MaXeY « Tue 7:12 pm »
URGENT - INVALID SUBMISSION RECORDED FOR ACCOUNT AND BALANCE OVER $600 LIMIT, PAYOUTS ARE BEING STOPPED
@ MaXeY « Tue 7:12 pm »
hi
@ andyb99 « Tue 10:28 am »
@ Steve Sokolowski « Mon 4:48 pm »
has started a new topic: Chris restarting mining servers
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@ S3KshuN8 « Sun 9:46 am »
Goldcoin Reverse-Bitcoin-Hardfork (RBH) scheduled for Q3 still on-track for activation soon.
@ Wanhedaking « Sat 5:13 am »
has started a new topic: 50% of time mining Bitconnectcoin
@ S3KshuN8 « Fri 9:59 am »
Looks to be corrected already. Thanks. :)
@ Steve Sokolowski « Thu 10:50 pm »
S3KshuN8 wrote:
Steve Sokolowski wrote:
S3KshuN8 wrote: 400 watts at 7 cents per KW/h is $0.672 per day, not the $3.50 or whatever your system thinks...
what exact password arguments are you using for this miner so I can investigate it?
I removed them, but give me a few minutes and I’ll add it back. Was w=400 p=0.07
OK, thanks - I’ll look at that first thingin the morning
@ fonestar « Thu 1:20 pm »
has started a new topic: Live Mining Status shows 0.000 H/s?
@ S3KshuN8 « Thu 10:40 am »
For historical info you’d have to look at what they reported up til about a week ago.
@ S3KshuN8 « Thu 10:38 am »
Steve Sokolowski wrote:
S3KshuN8 wrote: 400 watts at 7 cents per KW/h is $0.672 per day, not the $3.50 or whatever your system thinks...
what exact password arguments are you using for this miner so I can investigate it?
I removed them, but give me a few minutes and I’ll add it back. Was w=400 p=0.07
@ Steve Sokolowski « Thu 9:59 am »
S3KshuN8 wrote: 400 watts at 7 cents per KW/h is $0.672 per day, not the $3.50 or whatever your system thinks...
what exact password arguments are you using for this miner so I can investigate it?
@ S3KshuN8 « Wed 9:00 pm »
400 watts at 7 cents per KW/h is $0.672 per day, not the $3.50 or whatever your system thinks...
@ S3KshuN8 « Wed 8:55 pm »
Speaking of which, your calculation for energy cost is still way off.
@ S3KshuN8 « Wed 8:54 pm »
Steve Sokolowski wrote: Yeah, but the profitability of mining is going up
Don’t kid me. I know I’m mining at a loss after electricity.
@ Steve Sokolowski « Wed 6:28 pm »
I’m not sure why, I need to look into whether diff is falling faster
@ Steve Sokolowski « Wed 6:28 pm »
prices declined 5% yesterday but scrypt profitability was actually higher than the day before
@ Steve Sokolowski « Wed 6:28 pm »
S3KshuN8 wrote: With the price of BTC tanking, my live balance in $ is actually dropping even though my miners continue to run.
Yeah, but the profitability of mining is going up
@ S3KshuN8 « Wed 4:59 pm »
With the price of BTC tanking, my live balance in $ is actually dropping even though my miners continue to run.
@ S3KshuN8 « Wed 10:03 am »
Isn’t Huel the big bouncer for Saul Goodman on Breaking Bad?
@ Steve Sokolowski « Wed 9:46 am »
has started a new topic: Updates to the Ultimate Huel Guide
@ Steve Sokolowski « Tue 5:26 pm »
has started a new topic: Profitability comparison with Nicehash
@ Smartguides « Tue 7:31 am »
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@ Steve Sokolowski « Mon 9:45 am »
has started a new topic: Release coming soon
@ Steve Sokolowski « Mon 8:33 am »
@ iannawilson « Mon 2:21 am »
@ Steve Sokolowski « Sun 9:23 pm »
dooda2 wrote: Hi Steve. What time frame is N in PPLNS? How long do you have to stay mining on the pool for the revenue earned to become equal to or greater than PPS? Thanks in advance.
There’s no set amount of time. The odds of being above or below the mean are the same at all times because each hash is an independent trial
@ S3KshuN8 « Sun 7:37 pm »
@ dooda2 likely never. PPS is a bit more profitable, even with higher fees, given that luck variations average out over time. The problem for anyone who needs to run PPLNS is that the vast majority of miners here are part of the PPS pool. Equihash, for example, has only a few coins, so a PPLNS miner on a coin with fairly fast difficulty adjustment probably won’t find a block before the PPS pool jumps on the coin and drives difficulty up for that coin.
@ ajs « Sun 12:04 pm »
has started a new topic: LiteCoin Dusting Attack
@ dooda2 « Sun 11:21 am »
dooda2 wrote: Hi Steve. What time frame is N in PPLNS? How long do you have to stay mining on the pool for the revenue earned to become equal to or greater than PPS? Thanks in advance.
So lets say we had the identical number of machines mining on PPS and PPLNS that started at the same time. At what stage would PPLNS out pay PPS?
@ dooda2 « Sun 11:17 am »
Hi Steve. What time frame is N in PPLNS? How long do you have to stay mining on the pool for the revenue earned to become equal to or greater than PPS? Thanks in advance.
@ Steve Sokolowski « Sun 10:50 am »
gmeador2008 wrote: My Coinbase payouts have not gone for the last 3 days?
Because this issue requires personal information to investigate, please submit a support ticket and we’ll be glad to assist you - thanks!
@ Steve Sokolowski « Sun 10:49 am »
S3KshuN8 wrote: In other words, those modes are essentially competing with each other. A PPLNS miner will chug along on one coin while the difficulty for that coin might drop over time, making it more profitable to the PPS pool which swoops in, finds some blocks and kicks the difficulty right back up again. Nice. :/
All miners are competing with each other. The only difference is that now PPLNS miners from our pool are competing with PPS miners, instead of PPLNS miners or solo miners from a different pool competing with PPS miners. The difficulty isn’t affected by which pool the miner uses.
@ gmeador2008 « Sun 9:58 am »
My Coinbase payouts have not gone for the last 3 days?
@ S3KshuN8 « Sun 9:56 am »
In other words, those modes are essentially competing with each other. A PPLNS miner will chug along on one coin while the difficulty for that coin might drop over time, making it more profitable to the PPS pool which swoops in, finds some blocks and kicks the difficulty right back up again. Nice. :/
@ Steve Sokolowski « Sun 7:54 am »
S3KshuN8 wrote: I’m a bit confused as to how PPS and PPLNS modes work together... Say I have a miner that plugs along and finds 10 shares of a coin in PPLNS, then the PPS pool jumps in and submits 90 shares to find a block. Does that mean the PPLNS miner gets credited with 10% of the block reward and the rest goes to the PPS pool?
PPLNS blocks are considered separately of PPS blocks, so PPS work does not dilute the PPLNS miners’ earnings
@ S3KshuN8 « Sat 7:58 pm »
I’m a bit confused as to how PPS and PPLNS modes work together... Say I have a miner that plugs along and finds 10 shares of a coin in PPLNS, then the PPS pool jumps in and submits 90 shares to find a block. Does that mean the PPLNS miner gets credited with 10% of the block reward and the rest goes to the PPS pool?
@ NIMZA « Fri 4:43 am »
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool stratum+tcp://prohashing.com:3333 -u USERNAMEHERE -p PASSWORDHERE -eworker WORKERNAMEHERE -epsw x -allcoins -1 -mode 1 -allpools 1 -tstop 89 -tstart 50 -ethi 8
@ NIMZA « Fri 4:19 am »
is someone available to help me understand why i have had two workers going but recieve no coins i am new to prohashing i thought i did miner right can someone help me fix my script?
@ KCCPECK « Thu 9:50 pm »
@ Steve Sokolowski « Thu 10:47 am »
has started a new topic: Release later today
@ S3KshuN8 « Thu 8:24 am »
Steve Sokolowski wrote:
bffminer wrote: Hi there, may I know why scrypt payout been drop for few days?
The litecoin block halving occurred, causing miners to earn half as much as they did before - it’s something that happens every four years, and unfortunately is a permanent change :(
However, LTC’s hashrate is beginning to drop. Some of that has gone to other coins, but many miners have had to power off due to unprofitability. I’d give it a week or so before miners find the new equilibrium.
@ Steve Sokolowski « Thu 8:15 am »
bffminer wrote: Hi there, may I know why scrypt payout been drop for few days?
The litecoin block halving occurred, causing miners to earn half as much as they did before - it’s something that happens every four years, and unfortunately is a permanent change :(
@ bffminer « Thu 12:52 am »
Hi there, may I know why scrypt payout been drop for few days?
@ Steve Sokolowski « Wed 2:54 pm »
pacman008 wrote: i enter the good adress for stellar and i don’t have recerved the 4 august
Please submit a support ticket and Chris will be glad to assist you!
@ Steve Sokolowski « Wed 9:57 am »
has started a new topic: Status as of Wednesday, August 7, 2019
@ Steve Sokolowski « Tue 9:08 am »
has started a new topic: Tether payouts now available
@ pacman008 « Tue 8:21 am »
i enter the good adress for stellar and i don’t have recerved the 4 august
@ pacman008 « Tue 8:20 am »
i have a problem with payout
@ pacman008 « Tue 8:20 am »
hi
@ Steve Sokolowski « Tue 8:11 am »
dnprod wrote:
Steve Sokolowski wrote:
dnprod wrote: as usual a "modern look" web design looks like finger painting demanding a full screen view just to see any reasonable amount of information.
"finger painting?" could you describe more about what specifically you don’t like?
larger fonts, more whitespace. on the Dashboard what i could see (2 columns) with a browser window using about 50% of my screen width i now have to go to near 80% of my screen width. its not just you, a lot of ’modern’ web sites have this fetish for spreading things out with lots of lovely bright white space (clean !! ooOooOoo.) i just happen to personally prefer compact layouts that actually contain a lot of information.
I agree with you completely. However, bounce rates have declined by 4% since the release. I don’t understand why people like this "modern" look, as I definitely prefer the old look better.
@ jpickard « Tue 3:59 am »
yeh its ok now, i didnt relogin

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