Hereeee Blockie blockie blockieeeee
Here blockie blockie, got something for you
Oh My!!! That’s just wrong in so many ways.
But it does have a certain appeal
Dude, that should be our mascot.
This is worth a read… From TrustNodes
Thanks for the post. This is definitely a good read.
Dude is right. It isn’t at some big exponent of the current GPU efficiency. It also can’t be resold to gamers hungry for a GPU. However, I still think I am going to put more of my resources towards Ethereum Classic right. Even with the current decline in ETH difficulty.
There it is! Under 100 sweet.
Double block dance party!
The smaller pool is paying pretty damn good!!!
It does… But soooo seldom
Here’s to hoping the luck changes soon.
I think the ETC pool is a great example of how bigger pools work, in a sense. Not saying it’s big as much as it is going much faster than the ETH pool. We hit that 537% variance block, but it happened so quickly that it didn’t seem to matter.
“da udder pools gave da korrekt hash!”
ETH pool dropped under 10 gh/s… But my round share is impressive
If we make 8 blocks per month
It was looking like the eth price may separate from btc? Holding and rising out of sync for once
Miners using claymore should remove “-allpools 1”.
When you use this parameter, the miner will jump to an other pool (dwarf, ethermine, nanopool).
So we lose 1% of claymore hashpower and we have 1% chance to miss a block.
Anorak is stratum+tcp compatible so claymore miner will mine devfee on the pool and this won’t affect the miner.
I am connected through rigproxy but it is the same as being connected directly to eth.anorak.tech (except that I get back 1% minus rigproxy fees) and I have no problem with dev fee mining.
Apr 10 09:41:43 RIG2 sh: DevFee: ETH: Stratum - connecting to ‘eu.rigproxy.com’ <126.96.36.199> port 8004 (unsecure)
Apr 10 09:41:43 RIG2 sh: DevFee: ETH: Stratum - Connected (eu.rigproxy.com:8004) (unsecure)
Apr 10 09:41:43 RIG2 sh: DevFee: start mining
Apr 10 09:41:55 RIG2 sh: DevFee: ETH: 04/10/18-09:41:54 - New job from eu.rigproxy.com:8004
Apr 10 09:42:00 RIG2 sh: DevFee: ETH: 04/10/18-09:42:00 - New job from eu.rigproxy.com:8004
Apr 10 09:42:20 RIG2 sh: DevFee: stop mining and disconnect
I have pointed this out several times, no one seems to agree with me to drop allpools from the recommended settings.
Eh? I just set mine to ALLPOOLS: 0 in my epools.txt file.