Suprnova's Dcr Pool

Discussion in 'Proof-of-work Mining' started by ocminer, Feb 2, 2016.

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  1. LastNinja

    LastNinja Full Member

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    It's just the equivalent of 130 decent GPUs.

    This photo was posted here previously by @toad. It show appr. 180 GPUs if I count right.

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  2. sambiohazard

    sambiohazard Sr. Member

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    BTW its 0.05 DCR/ tx, so it depends on how many coins you want to send. Although i agree that a) its high by any measure and b) i am annoyed that why is it fixed? with every coin we can choose the fee.
     
  3. LastNinja

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    Anyone can explain this?

    suprnova.cc
    Pool Hash Rate 1,299,680.965 MH/s

    coinmine.pl:
    Pool Hash Rate 51,310.543 MH/s

    pool.mn:
    Pool Hash Rate 281,835.754 MH/s

    maxminers.net:
    Pool Hash Rate 447,201.539 MH/s

    That's already 2,080 Gh/s for these four pools combined.

    However: Net Hash 1,668,651.85 MH/s

    And there must be other pools and large solo miners too because many blocks are not found by these four pools.
     
  4. Aniara

    Aniara Jr. Member

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    There's a new fix for default fee in a recent commit:

    <decredbot> [bitcore-wallet-service] alexlyp pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/decred/bitcore-wallet-service/commit/2aaab2c8eb933553fe57c66cdfea4636cb45cf76
    <decredbot> bitcore-wallet-service/master 2aaab2c Alex Yocom-Piatt: Fix default fee
     
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  5. toad

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    Just to clarify, this isn't my setup on the picture above! I wish it was... but it's not. What I can assure however is this: big miners are in and they getting already most of the minable coins. DCR is not different than any coins; you and I are only getting the dust left. The only way we can have more coins in our wallet is by setting up our own ''Poorman'' pool like I stated earlier. A pool with no fees (or extremely minimal).
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  6. sambiohazard

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  7. LastNinja

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    Pools have a 1% fee. How will less than that improve situation significantly? IMHO only solution is to get more hashpower and cheaper electricity.
     
  8. toad

    toad New Member

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    Don't know if I want to invest on GPUs since Chineses are already prototyping ASICs for Blake256
     
  9. LastNinja

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    Source?
     
  10. toad

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  11. LastNinja

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    Where does it say in that thread that "Chineses are already prototyping ASICs for Blake256"?

    And which other coins use Blake256 and would make it economically feasible to develop an ASIC for them? Not even DCR does and will for a long time.
     
  12. toad

    toad New Member

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    You'll not read about them before they are RTM, you have to deduct it for now. Are you living under a rock or something? Ever heard of Bitcoin? In a year you'll get the same hashrate as your GPUs with an USB stick.
     
  13. LastNinja

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    Never heard about that Bitcoin thing but I'm glad that you found out about it yesterday. So you are spreading BS about Chinese already prototyping ASIC for DCR mining and now you feel very cool? And in 10 years you'll get the same hashrate with your toothbrush?
     
  14. toad

    toad New Member

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    Glad I haven't lost my trolling skills. Thanks for remembering me :) Keep it suprnova focused from now on, I'll :)
     
  15. sambiohazard

    sambiohazard Sr. Member

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    people were saying the same about X11 when dash came out, it really depends on long term development & price.
     
  16. Fakini

    Fakini New Member

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    ok maybe this is a noob question but what's up with all those unconfirmed payment txs?what's the average time for the payments to be confirmed?

    Best regards && thx in advance
     
  17. sambiohazard

    sambiohazard Sr. Member

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    256 blocks
     
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  18. Fakini

    Fakini New Member

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    ah... i thought it was 128 blocks or something.

    Best regards && thx sam
     
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  19. ocminer

    ocminer Jr. Member
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    Or in other words - you have to wait at least 24h to get your coins at the current speed of the network
     
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  20. Fakini

    Fakini New Member

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    Ok got it.I just thought it would take half the blocks...dunno where i got that idea from...

    Best regards
     

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