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Ok, we'll see in 10-20 min time.

As long as you keep piling up unconfirmed coins, they will begin paying out at the same rate you are putting in. It will, but if you read at the bottom of the page, I think it tells you that block rewards are paid out after 120 confirms, so that is what is happening with your coins right now. A similar thing will happen when they are paid to your wallet, they will sit as unconfirmed for a short time, then they will confirm and be fully credited to you. How quickly coins are actually sent to your wallet from confirmed coins will depend upon where you have the pool pays out will be according to what you have set in the settings, but it is recommended to go no higher than 25,000 and based upon your hash power, you might want to go much lower to get your coins to your wallet, pools and exchange wallets are not safe places to just leave you coins laying and I apologize if you already know all this stuff, but we might have somebody reading that can learn.
Edited by Roulette Run - 3/25/14 at 7:29am
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As long as you keep piling up unconfirmed coins, they will begin paying out at the same rate you are putting in. It will, but if you read at the bottom of the page, I think it tells you that block rewards are paid out after 120 confirms, so that is what is happening with your coins right now. A similar thing will happen when they are paid to your wallet, they will sit as unconfirmed for a short time, then they will confirm and be fully credited to you. How quickly coins are actually sent to your wallet from confirmed coins will depend upon where you have the pool pays out will be according to what you have set in the settings, but it is recommended to go no higher than 25,000 and based upon your hash power, you might want to go much lower to get your coins to your wallet, pools and exchange wallets are not safe places to just leave you coins laying and I apologize if you already know all this stuff, but we might have somebody reading that can learn.

Know all this, but looks like there might be something wrong with the pool. Never saw more then 25-30k unconfirmed when i mined @ cryptopoolmining, but ATM i've been mining for 51 min, have 200k as unconfirmed and not a single NUT confirmed. Autopayout is set to 10k.
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Know all this, but looks like there might be something wrong with the pool. Never saw more then 25-30k unconfirmed when i mined @ cryptopoolmining, but ATM i've been mining for 51 min, have 200k as unconfirmed and not a single NUT confirmed. Autopayout is set to 10k.

I will put some of my hash back over there, but I can tell you that it was working as recently as last night and all of my unconfirmed coins have confirmed.

I just switched two of my cards back on there, we'll see what happens.

I'm already collecting unconfirmed coins. I don't know if this may or may not have anything to do with it, but somebody reported that there was a blockchain problem and I PM'd the dev last night to make sure he was aware of the problem and he might be working on it. If that is the case, I think that it might interrupt confirmations. I don't know enough about the inner workings of all this to make an intelligent comment about this, but the coins in the unconfirm bin as I call it have been credited to you and should come through once a problem was resolved.

Looking at my transaction history, I can tell you my last confirmed action came at 13:07:25 and I assume that to be GMT today and coins were last credited to my wallet at 9:07 Eastern U.S. time this morning, just about two hours ago.
Edited by Roulette Run - 3/25/14 at 8:01am
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I will put some of my hash back over there, but I can tell you that it was working as recently as last night and all of my unconfirmed coins have confirmed.

Ok, They say ~ 1 Hour to confirm @ the IRC chat so will give it another 30min to see. Might be that the jump in total hashing power resulted in a little increase in Confirming time. The pool sits @ 6Mh's now, and 2.2 Mhs of those are mine.

Edit: There we go, 10k has been confirmed now so. Only 230k left tongue.gif
Edited by Eggy88 - 3/25/14 at 7:50am
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Ok, They say ~ 1 Hour to confirm @ the IRC chat so will give it another 30min to see. Might be that the jump in total hashing power resulted in a little increase in Confirming time. The pool sits @ 6Mh's now, and 2.2 Mhs of those are mine.

Edit: There we go, 10k has been confirmed now so. Only 230k left tongue.gif

Great, I'm glad you got it figured out. thumb.gif
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Any word from the dev on the block explorer?

Mining all these other coins is nowhere near as fun as soloing nut. And I am hesistant to pull my hash back until I can see them in an explorer.

Can anybody find any of their coins mined/or otherwise transactioned in the block explorer after 3/13/14 ?
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Any word from the dev on the block explorer?

Mining all these other coins is nowhere near as fun as soloing nut. And I am hesistant to pull my hash back until I can see them in an explorer.

Can anybody find any of their coins mined/or otherwise transactioned in the block explorer after 3/13/14 ?

This has listings right up until today: http://explorer.cryptopoolmining.com/chain/Nutcoin
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Any word from the dev on the block explorer?

Mining all these other coins is nowhere near as fun as soloing nut. And I am hesistant to pull my hash back until I can see them in an explorer.

Can anybody find any of their coins mined/or otherwise transactioned in the block explorer after 3/13/14 ?

This has listings right up until today: http://explorer.cryptopoolmining.com/chain/Nutcoin

Well heck! its working again...and my mined coins are able to be searched. Time to put some hash on my nuts.

Edit to add: big jump in difficulty, going to start pool mining for a while. So much for easy coins!
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Thoughts on solo vs. pool mining right now?
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Meh its all about luck. During difficulty increases its generally best to be with a pool. Not a big difference either way though when solo blocks are less then 1 day apart its generally gonna be fairly unaffected
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