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Nice to see green again on coinmarketcap. I wish I had some ammo, I would have bought that $9 LTC all day long.
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Originally Posted by Jollyburner View Post

no your balance will eventually be fine, but that's not really the point. the point is you should stay away from cryptsy if you are expecting a trading platform.

I know I was, its not like 1000s of forex companies haven't already done this. there must be 100s of versions of trading software that work flawlessly in other markets.

so no worries on them actually taking your money or losing it, as long as your account isn't compromised I think you will be ok. and I do agree that they are obviously swamped right now, but I think they are taking advantage of a good situation as a priority over providing honest and reliable service to the community.

my huge problem with what is happening is that there is no warning about this sustained and VERY drastic trading problems for new people arriving to their site. having used other trading software people will expect orders to be filled at open order prices and relatively quickly, and that their balances will be very real and accurate at all times. and they will definitely not expect anything other than temporary and quickly resolved order queue issues, frozen queues you cant exit are ridiculous. as is "limbo coins" where you are unsure of your position, due to the frozen order queue. (you wont know if your order will be filled or not, mega $$ just floating in invisibleland)

No I don't think they're doing a John Corzine on their customers - that would be instant wipeout for them if people thought they were doing that (I know some exchanges HAVE done that), I think limbo is a good term for it.

However, if coins are disappearing then maybe they just 'borrow' them for a bit ?
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Can someone post those two commands that you type in CMD for mining please. I can't find them and I forgot to save them last time they were posted.
post #5934 of 22544
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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

Thanks for replying. I fixed that a little afer i posted (btw the address i was using was wrong) but netcodepool has been having issues connecting so i moved to multipool. Got about 3k DOGE after almost 5 hours with a hash rate around 220.
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Can some one please help me out with CGminer/ my 290x's. Before today I have never had any problems with my miners not running at 100% GPU usage 24/7. Now today all of a sudden they keep underclocking but the usage still remains at 100%. I have not changed a singe thing nor has windows update. Also I do not run AB, Trixx or GPU Tweak while mining, never needed to in the past. I was under the impression that running these programs can interfere with your mining settings. Any help/input would be greatly appreciated.
you have 3x290X that underclock? yeah sounds like a heat problem. lower the voltage and clocks some. hash rate will be lower but so will your wattage and heat, which to me is more important when running a rig 24/7
post #5936 of 22544
UPDATE: DOGEcoin market cap 5+ million and climbing...to the moon.
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Originally Posted by Jeffinslaw View Post

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.

Jeffinslaw

Thanks for the response. I have been following that thread and even the barebones almost deserted support forum for netcodepool and there has been almost no communication which is ridiclous really. It only take a few second to post and let us know what's going on. Really getting tired of having to sift out this horrible meme speak in every thread though. No age limit for mining I suppose.

I'm over on scryptpools right now in the meantime. There was some talk about it being sketchy so I guess we'll see how it goes.
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hey what should I set my share difficulty to on multi pool?
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hey what should I set my share difficulty to on multi pool?
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Q: What is share difficulty, and what should I use?
Share difficulty is the size of the portion of the current block that the pool hands to your miner to be solved. Over long time periods, share difficulty does not matter, and the default of 64 will work fine for anyone. However, if you experience inconsistent payouts over shorter time periods you may want to set the share difficulty lower on your slower miners. I suggest the following per worker:
Scrypt coins:

250KH and below: 16
250+: 32
500+: 64
1000+: 128
2000+: 256
3000+: 384
4000+: 512

SHA-256 coins:

250MH and below: 1
500MH+: 2
1GH+: 4
10GH+: 16
30GH+: 32
60GH+: 64
125GH+: 128
250GH+: 256
500GH+: 512

Check under the help tab anytime you need help.
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hey what should I set my share difficulty to on multi pool?

From there Help section:
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Q: What is share difficulty, and what should I use?
Share difficulty is the size of the portion of the current block that the pool hands to your miner to be solved. Over long time periods, share difficulty does not matter, and the default of 64 will work fine for anyone. However, if you experience inconsistent payouts over shorter time periods you may want to set the share difficulty lower on your slower miners. I suggest the following per worker:
Scrypt coins:
250KH and below: 16
250+: 32
500+: 64
1000+: 128
2000+: 256
3000+: 384
4000+: 512
SHA-256 coins:
250MH and below: 1
500MH+: 2
1GH+: 4
10GH+: 16
30GH+: 32
60GH+: 64
125GH+: 128
250GH+: 256
500GH+: 512
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