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Is ypool down again for everyone else?

Woke up to my GPU sitting idle :-/
mine still doing its thing
edit mine is lost too tongue.gif
Edited by lester007 - 2/7/14 at 4:22am
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Is ypool down again for everyone else?

Woke up to my GPU sitting idle :-/

Same here man, feels bad man
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its back online smile.gif
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Don't sweat it, they're still bringing the pools and servers up and down as they tweak code to support MaxCoin.

jh00 just woke up, it seems. smile.gif
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Not sure if it even needs a guide for the people that have already been mining here. Just go to ypool, the go to the "how to" and download the file miner for maxcoin, then setup the appropriate miner, and then use the same basic code as all other miners for a .bat launch file. The only real difference is the -t (threads) since it's CPU mining. For example mine is -t 12 since I have a 6 core hyperthreaded CPU.

It actually seems pretty profitable currently. I've only been mining it for ~7 hours on my CPU now but sitting at 1.1 maxcoin which is roughly $13 at the current BTC rate (which means it will be even higher with the BTC rebound, right?). I actually had to back my CPU clock down to 4.2ghz before I left it running too (combination of months of dust in my rad plus a year and a half since liquid swap = 85C at 100% load @ 4.2 frown.gif Really need to work on that.)

Something people might want to look into is THIS. It has a $10 credit code included. I went ahead and picked up the 2 CPU/$20 month one for now. I will be setting it up to mine later tonight.

The only crappy thing is that the "minerd" miner that the tutorial shows you how to install is actually not supported by ypool. You either have to find another pool or wait for ypool to launch the linux version of xptminer which ypool claims will be any time now. Still that means you have to figure out how to install it by yourself via SSH terminal. If you don't think you're comfortable with that then go ahead and find another pool (talking generally here, not to you DizZz tongue.gif ).

And if you really want to squeeze out some power, you can use THIS for an extra $200 of free compute power.
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That wasn't meant to come off as bossy or condescending so sorry if it sounded that way. As for MaxCoins, I'd be interested in seeing a guide and maybe some general information as well!

Nooo this isn't the guide I'll be doing. I have 97 coins btw, since I last longed off. 1 from ypool and SOLO mining. I'll be posting a quide on solo mining but using Maxcoin as the example. Also I'll be showing some more advanced batch files and whatnot.

So 97 coins at 8.493 a coin is 823.821$

P>S> Wrote this without my glasses so I hope I didn't spell stuff too bad.
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Ypool is back. Is there any pool aside from ypool for protoshares mining?
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Ypool is back. Is there any pool aside from ypool for protoshares mining?

Ok got my glasses. There are but you'll find Ypool is prolly the best. Even though it's slow and people like to DDOS it.
BOOM sold! 1.2 btc's! OMG OMG OMG! I'm writing the guide now guys!
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I have one miner that won't come back online. All the rest are up. Weird.

Man... this is annoying. Get back to work miner!!!

My 670's are offline... !!!!!

AAAAAHhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Ypool is back. Is there any pool aside from ypool for protoshares mining?

Ok got my glasses. There are but you'll find Ypool is prolly the best. Even though it's slow and people like to DDOS it.
BOOM sold! 1.2 btc's! OMG OMG OMG! I'm writing the guide now guys!

Why would you sell now with the price so low? tongue.gif
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Ok got my glasses. There are but you'll find Ypool is prolly the best. Even though it's slow and people like to DDOS it.
BOOM sold! 1.2 btc's! OMG OMG OMG! I'm writing the guide now guys!
cool, i just started lastnight just 2coins i earned so far @ my rate of 14.5 which is fine for 11threads lol
btw how the... you earn coins much faster?! guide would be nice to see biggrin.gif
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