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I'm obviously doing something wrong and i could use some help... I downloaded the dogecoin wallet, set up an account at netcodepool.org and created a batch file. Thing is though that when i run the file the DOS window opens for an instant and then shuts down. I'm using this config:

cudaminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://netcodepool.org:3333 -O ****.worker1:a


Don't know if you have been answered yet or not but this is one I came up with that works for me. Just change your user and password. Also check the port and mining address,I just copied those in for you I don't use netcode.

I am a rookie at this but it works for me. I copied some of this from set ups I found. Not sure about the -i, -c or -l but it took my kh/s from around 42 to avg 150. I am using a GTX 670. Hope it helps.


cudaminer.exe -i 0 -C 2 -l 32x4 -m 1 -o stratum+tcp://netcodepool.org:3333 -O password:username
Edited by antonio8 - 12/18/13 at 9:21pm
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Originally Posted by Moragg View Post

One day we're going to learn AMD started off the mining craze. That would be... the most ingenious way to sell your product.

I don't actually believe this, but imagine if it were true,

The way it's meant to be mined.
post #5913 of 22321
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Originally Posted by antonio8 View Post

Don't know if you have been answered yet or not but this is one I came up with that works for me. Just change your user and password. Also check the port and mining address,I just copied those in for you I don't use netcode.

I am a rookie at this but it works for me. I copied some of this from set ups I found. Not sure about the -i, -c or -l but it took my kh/s from around 42 to avg 150. I am using a GTX 670. Hope it helps.


cudaminer.exe -i 0 -C 2 -l 32x4 -m 1 -o stratum+tcp://netcodepool.org:3333 -O password:username

I see you have an account at netcodepool, as do I. I have 10K doge sitting in that pool that I can't access because the main page hasn't worked in the last 24hours. Do you have any idea's as to what's going on with that pool?

I recommend people steer clear of that pool for now. Somethings not right.
Edited by Slightly skewed - 12/18/13 at 9:36pm
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Doge is rising on Cryptsy.

Edit: Also set my 6870 to mine nothing but Doge as well.

Edit: Nevermind. As soon as it did - it dropped.
Edited by Faint - 12/18/13 at 9:45pm
post #5915 of 22321
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Originally Posted by Jollyburner View Post

crypsty is not even useable as trading market. do not be fooled, your coins will die. as said, the markets mysteriously break when you need to move into or out of them. basically if volume hits, queues stall. i strongly suspect every angle of dishonest practise is occurring. just my opinion.

you will experience the following:

dissapearing trades
dissapearing coins
incorrect balances
half filled orders refunded
refunded from orders balances sometimes show up, sometimes not, and lately refund more than u should get, leaving negatvie balances and you trading imagginary sums of coin.
generic support emails indicating the problems are being addressed (for 2 weeks now))
completely broken queues for 8+ hours while you are stuck in that position

and in all honesty, no exagerration, in the last 2 weeks i have made 800 trades, ~30% went through without problems, 70% of the time the queues are broken or my balance dissapeared for hours leaving me not even aware of what position i am in, whether my trade will show up as canceled or go through, and at what price...

it is unuseable, to say the least, and i would not recommend taking ANY short term position on cryptsy until the community is reporting back that its working very smoothly for everyone. it is still the best/only place to dump some coins @ market tho so ... yeah

I've had all that. It's based in Las Vegas isn't it ? Is that a clue ?
It's hard to tell if they're bent or just snowed under with demand or what. Haven't had any permanent coin disappearence, but they do seem to blink out and in to existence.
Edited by dogbiscuit - 12/18/13 at 9:57pm
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Would a couple 6850's be any good? Is there a particular crypto that they would suit?
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I see you have an account at netcodepool, as do I. I have 10K doge sitting in that pool that I can't access because the main page hasn't worked in the last 24hours. Do you have any idea's as to what's going on with that pool?

I recommend people steer clear of that pool for now. Somethings not right.

I woke up this morning, 12/18, and it was down. Have no idea. Can't even say how many coins I have there.

I just basically filled out that line for another poster.

Been using CryptoCulture for doge coins.

Once I done with those I am going back to Give-Me-Coins for FTC and LTC.
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Originally Posted by TheLAWNOOB View Post

DOGE
Such Stress
So not confirmed
No fun

WOW

So slow

Giving me a headache much

Depressing

Much fail sad-smiley-002.gif

I'm going to take a shower and continue to waste my post count.

My theory is Crystsy DOGE deposite shows up as pending at 150 confirm, available at 300 confirm. I have 261 at the moment, not confirmed

Same, I haven't been able to find a block in the last two days using 3 different pools. I don't know what the heck is going on.

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So is it time to panic now?

Calm down man learn to have some patience.
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Originally Posted by blkdoutgsxr View Post

This get rich quick scheme isn't getting me rich quick. Whats up with that.

It's not a guarantee to get rich quick by any means.
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So I just completed a sell of some Doge on cryptsy, and I don't see my BTC.

Where does it go?

It should go to your Crypsty account first.


So I just placed a sell order for 1000DOGE @ 1 BTC (each) lets see if I get any biters lol
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Originally Posted by iCrap View Post

whoa man no begging allowed. thumb.gif
if you guys have been watching, the market has been starting to stablize. i have already moved all my DOGE back into LTC.

...but damn that was one hell of a ride lol. left some DOGE in the wallet though.
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Originally Posted by Slightly skewed View Post

I see you have an account at netcodepool, as do I. I have 10K doge sitting in that pool that I can't access because the main page hasn't worked in the last 24hours. Do you have any idea's as to what's going on with that pool?

I recommend people steer clear of that pool for now. Somethings not right.

Apparently, they are having some pathing problems with the IP address or something? The pool admin mentioned something over in the discussion page on bitcointalk.org, link here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=361813.4260

I decided to move over to gooddoge.com. Will mine for a bit there. They have low fees and a 1000 Doge block finder bonus.

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