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Discussion in 'Solo Mining' started by sw1, Feb 10, 2016.
i try to start but occour some erro when dcrclt connect to my localhost
post the error and we can try help you out
Sure, thanks for helping
./dcrctl -u username -P 'password' --wallet walletpassphrase privatepassphrase 0
Post https://localhost:9110: dial tcp 127.0.0.1:9110: getsockopt: connection refused
Is the username / password combination exactly the same as the dcrd and dcrwallet were started with? I put mine in .dcrctl/dcrctl.conf instead of putting them on the command line.
is rpc server and wallet running when you are running this
yeah, they are shutdown.
ok ok fixed
any explain for
and this steps:
-setup the scripts to run on startup
-create AMI of the instance
-assign elastic ip
Hi guys. Is there a way to calculate PoS and PoW mining profitability in DCR?
PoW is pretty simple. It's your hash rate divided by the network hash rate multiplied by the block reward. That will give you earnings on a single block. You can then multiply that by the average blocks per day (about 290) for a daily rate. That's for solo mining, although pool mining should give similar returns over time minus fees.
As for PoS, I've written a few posts about how to calculate it so you could search for those. I don't how well the math works for low numbers of tickets, but for around 200 the return is about 5-7% per fortnight not including compounding effects.
Is possible Amazon stolen you passport if have your Dcr wallet for pos mining at his cloud service???
Hi, I have a Linux node on Digital Ocean and its working fine, but I did not enable a firewall. Which ports do I have to open? Just the 22? Thanks and sorry for my english
You will need port 9108 for Mainnet or 19108 for Testnet.
If you signed up for the AWS free trial a year ago, you might want to think about doing another free trial on a new account and killing your old account before they charge you.