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So what are you guys mining? I've just been mining at waffle pool, but I hate these auto switching coins. Any new coins that are getting some vibe?
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Man, it's so hard not to sell some BTC when the price starts rising. I have over 1.5 btc that has been sitting around for awhile.
Any exchange worth it's salt should not have expiring orders. I don't use mintpal but I'm sure the orders don't expire.

Speaking of orders, I'm trying to understand how Cryptorush's "queues" work. I set an order to sell at a higher price. A couple hours later the sell price passed that threshold, and then it went back down.

Common sense tells me my order should have been bought as it passed that price, or at least some of it. But my whole order is still open. Haven't even sold anything and "queue" is 3 whatever that means.
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Originally Posted by ccRicers View Post

Speaking of orders, I'm trying to understand how Cryptorush's "queues" work. I set an order to sell at a higher price. A couple hours later the sell price passed that threshold, and then it went back down.

Common sense tells me my order should have been bought as it passed that price, or at least some of it. But my whole order is still open. Haven't even sold anything and "queue" is 3 whatever that means.

it means it needs to reach that price 3 times for it to get bought thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by ZaknafeinGR View Post

You should try a few more clock settings... If you have Elpida memory, it will generally have the best hashrate at 1250 or 1500. For core, you should try multiples of 25 to speed the search for the best clock, no point doing it by 5-10mhz at a time. Also, don't discount lower clocks, I had to underclock my 280X to push it above 700Kh/s, as strange as that sounds. So in your place I'd start testing from 900Mhz and up for core and 1250/1500 memory at each step.

Do I have to restart Sgminer when I'm changing the clocks in AMD Catalyst control for them to take effect? And do I have to add gpu and memory tags in the .bat file?

Okay. I'll give that a shot. Thanks thumb.gif

EDIT:

Stock: 486 hash and 71 temp.

Stock/10% power boost: 500 hash and 77 temp.

1130/1500/No Power Boost= 486 hash and 72 temp.

1050/1500/10% power boost = 561 hash and 83 temp

1150/1250/10% power boost = 525 hash and 81 temp. Little bit of artifacting.

1150/1250/20% power boost = 510 hash and 82 temp. Little bit of artifacting.
Edited by frickfrock999 - 3/4/14 at 10:59pm
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it means it needs to reach that price 3 times for it to get bought thumb.gif

I see. Wow, what are the odds my price had that big of an order. It seemed like a pretty arbitrary number.
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Originally Posted by lacrossewacker View Post

in Mintpal, if I create a sell order that's too high, will that sell order just sit quietly and wait until somebody buys it? I just want to create a safety net before I go to bed..

It will sit until the expired date (which should have one in most cases) I use mintpal I am not sure if there is an option to do so but in general it should not expire.
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it means it needs to reach that price 3 times for it to get bought thumb.gif

That doesn't make any sense.... The order should have filled if the price passed his sell price.
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To everybody that has been voting to help us get Nutcoin onto Allcrypt.com, we thank you for your help. Allcrypt is now a functioning exchange and I know they'd appreciate any business you might want to throw their way.

Thanks again!!! thumb.gifbiggrin.gif
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That doesn't make any sense.... The order should have filled if the price passed his sell price.

That's what I am thinking, but I ran across this Reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoMarkets/comments/1xpyoo/warning_cryptorushin_processes_orders_incorrectly/

This explains quite clearly in detail how Cryptorush takes orders. It can only fulfill them if the price matches a bid or ask exactly. So if the price is off even by a few satoshi, if the price isn't in the table it stays there.

For instant selling, this has been no problem for me (have done it several times with Potcoin) but I think I'm moving my business to Mintpal for the other newer coins.
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Originally Posted by ccRicers View Post

That's what I am thinking, but I ran across this Reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoMarkets/comments/1xpyoo/warning_cryptorushin_processes_orders_incorrectly/

This explains quite clearly in detail how Cryptorush takes orders. It can only fulfill them if the price matches a bid or ask exactly. So if the price is off even by a few satoshi, if the price isn't in the table it stays there.

For instant selling, this has been no problem for me (have done it several times with Potcoin) but I think I'm moving my business to Mintpal for the other newer coins.

I made a killing on PotCoin because of this flaw in the system.... It is a major flaw that can be easily exploited and I would stay away from any exchange that can't figure out the simple task of filling an order.
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