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Originally Posted by Willanhanyard View Post

Why is everyone addicted to Doge?
I could've hopped on board about 4-5 days ago, but I was like.. this is retarded. I don't want anything to do with it. I've been mining doge for 24 hours now. biggrin.gif
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Yeah I am just frustrated because people keep coming back with post like HALP scryptpool down HALP netcodepool down! ...It just did not seem like anyone was listening.?


I was listening, I was just busy mining on another multicoin pool at the moment. Thanks for the pointer though. +1
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Originally Posted by ForceProjection View Post

It's more profitable than mining any other alt coin at the moment, but that's only about half the reason though. If it really takes off, like LTC did, it would be nice to be sitting on a fat stack when & if that day comes. biggrin.gif

Full disclosure: I'm holding on to 20% of what I'm mining in a DOGE savings account...of sorts. wink.gif


@ Lawnoob: Nice job Lawnoob! *pat on the back*

@ IvanlaBrie: I'm definitely down for that! biggrin.gif

Heck yeah! tongue.gif

And doing the same thing, as with any alt, save 20% dump the rest...pay for power, then wait for a pump.
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Originally Posted by Shurr View Post

jesus how long does it take for cryptsy to let you use what you deposited. I see my 200k doge in blue numbers but cant do anything with them

Cryptsy, well...SUCKS!

I'm using coins-e.com atm, for doge...bter.com for the rest, and btc-e for ltc,xpm,nmc,ppc and usd alt/btc trading.
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Heck yeah! tongue.gif

And doing the same thing, as with any alt, save 20% dump the rest...pay for power, then wait for a pump.
Cryptsy, well...SUCKS!

I'm using coins-e.com atm, for doge...bter.com for the rest, and btc-e for ltc,xpm,nmc,ppc and usd alt/btc trading.

yea ive always dealt with only btce since till doge ive only done ltc/ftc/xpm. which btce has all of. I guess for future trades ill try bter or coins-e.
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Does anyone know why the stupid "The total exceeds your balance when 0.00000001 BTC transaction fee is included" pops up when trying to send BTC?
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Does anyone know why the stupid "The total exceeds your balance when 0.00000001 BTC transaction fee is included" pops up when trying to send BTC?

The transaction fee is added on to the transaction amount so you need subtract the fee from the total you want to move. Easy FIX!
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I have my multipool difficulty at the default 64, but my kh/s is right around 1100, should I move that up to 96/128? What will that do exactly.
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I have my multipool difficulty at the default 64, but my kh/s is right around 1100, should I move that up to 96/128? What will that do exactly.
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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
So 64 would be fine in the long run but maybe push it to 128?
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I was listening, I was just busy mining on another multicoin pool at the moment. Thanks for the pointer though. +1

Haha thanks buddy! I love OCN thumb.gif
Edited by selk22 - 12/19/13 at 5:22pm
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Originally Posted by RAFFY View Post

The transaction fee is added on to the transaction amount so you need subtract the fee from the total you want to move. Easy FIX!

Ahhh got it. I thought the program would do it automatically. Rep+

I couldn't wait any longer to cash out ha.

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Edited by MotO - 12/19/13 at 5:23pm
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Originally Posted by selk22 View Post

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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
So 64 would be fine in the long run but maybe push it to 128?

Cool I'll keep an eye on it. Testing multipool right now as I stated earlier in this thread. I'm not sure if/how much difficulty has increased since last night but in 24 hours on fast-pool I gained 47k. In 3 hour's on multipool I've gained 3k. So, 2k per hr on fast, 1k per hr on multi. I'll give it 24 hour's to compare more definitively though.
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