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Wait a sec....they tell you what you're mining, have less rejects, and only a 1% fee, but they're less profitable? I'm not doubting you at all, I just don't get it... thumb.gif

My only guess would be that their algorithm for determining the most profitable coin is inferior to CleverMining's. You can look at the stats too:

WafflePool - 0.00805992 BTC/day per 1MH/s
CleverMining - 0.01066 BTC/day per 1MH/s
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So many new subjects biggrin.gif

1) perhaps someone could make a new topic for the YAC? If I read correctly it is more profitable than LTC. So if people get good results with Nvidia cards this could be a good next coin for a lot of people. Perhaps someone wants to make a guide like Dizz did for this topic?

2) the multipools only mine LTC-typ scryptcoins. Not other coins with different scrypt. So it wouldn't have jumped onto PTS or Vertcoin or any coin with a different type of scrypt.

3) they will not interfere in the blockchain and day to switch to a lower difficulty. They only thing we can do is just all mine PTS again so a lot of blocks get found and the date comes closer. But you all need to understand it is a constant changing market. 1.000s of miners constantly are on the lookout for a good or better coin. When the day comes that the PTS diff drops 40% (like the current estimate) and profitability will be high again loads of miners will swap again to PTS. Which will mean within no time the diff is higher again. The market will baklance itself. It is just that easy, a coin such as this can only be more profitable than the rest for a short period.

4) @IVANLABRIE; I am not flashing a bios untill warranty has run out. Warranty is gone after a bios flash. Not having that. I want to have full waranty when I am mining with it.
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Are there any Cuda PTS miners that work with compute 1.2? I have a GT 240 and get the following error:

kernel_protoshares launch failed 1: invalid device function
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So many new subjects biggrin.gif

1) perhaps someone could make a new topic for the YAC? If I read correctly it is more profitable than LTC. So if people get good results with Nvidia cards this could be a good next coin for a lot of people. Perhaps someone wants to make a guide like Dizz did for this topic?

2) the multipools only mine LTC-typ scryptcoins. Not other coins with different scrypt. So it wouldn't have jumped onto PTS or Vertcoin or any coin with a different type of scrypt.

3) they will not interfere in the blockchain and day to switch to a lower difficulty. They only thing we can do is just all mine PTS again so a lot of blocks get found and the date comes closer. But you all need to understand it is a constant changing market. 1.000s of miners constantly are on the lookout for a good or better coin. When the day comes that the PTS diff drops 40% (like the current estimate) and profitability will be high again loads of miners will swap again to PTS. Which will mean within no time the diff is higher again. The market will baklance itself. It is just that easy, a coin such as this can only be more profitable than the rest for a short period.

4) @IVANLABRIE; I am not flashing a bios untill warranty has run out. Warranty is gone after a bios flash. Not having that. I want to have full waranty when I am mining with it.

1) Scrypt-Jane setup is well documented in the Cudaminer readme. It is not necessarily more profitable than pure scrypt coins.

2) due to the nature of N factor coins, you can't make a switchable pool for them (or at least no pools are willing to try to). All the mutlipools mine scrypt or sha256 coins.

3) PTS's time to retarget needs to be altered, it's that simple. The cycle of 'profit -> hype -> no profit' will continue until the TTR is dropped to a shorter period.

4) RMA departments have no way to check if your bios is modified if your VRM's fry (which is what will most likely happen to mining cards if they die).

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1) Scrypt-Jane setup is well documented in the Cudaminer readme. It is not necessarily more profitable than pure scrypt coins.

2) due to the nature of N factor coins, you can't make a switchable pool for them (or at least no pools are willing to try to). All the mutlipools mine scrypt or sha256 coins.

3) PTS's time to retarget needs to be altered, it's that simple. The cycle of 'profit -> hype -> no profit' will continue until the TTR is dropped to a shorter period.

4) RMA departments have no way to check if your bios is modified if your VRM's fry (which is what will most likely happen to mining cards if they die).

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1) seeing the amount of question about it here I thought there would be a big demand for it. If there isn't, then don't.

2) I know, that is what I am trying to explain. Before people step into such a multipool know what you step into.

3) If you alter it,your coin is a joke. You have set parameters and you should keep with them. altering for the sake of the profit of the miners means the coin is useless for what it is originally intended.

4) I very much doubt that. More can be die on your gfx card. your cooler for example. I have talked with people in RMA centres and some to check such things. Plus with flashing you can brick it. Now warranty for you if you do. But each to his own. I don't want to. But if others do then fine.
 
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Originally Posted by Hukkel View Post

So many new subjects biggrin.gif

1) perhaps someone could make a new topic for the YAC? If I read correctly it is more profitable than LTC. So if people get good results with Nvidia cards this could be a good next coin for a lot of people. Perhaps someone wants to make a guide like Dizz did for this topic?

2) the multipools only mine LTC-typ scryptcoins. Not other coins with different scrypt. So it wouldn't have jumped onto PTS or Vertcoin or any coin with a different type of scrypt.

3) they will not interfere in the blockchain and day to switch to a lower difficulty. They only thing we can do is just all mine PTS again so a lot of blocks get found and the date comes closer. But you all need to understand it is a constant changing market. 1.000s of miners constantly are on the lookout for a good or better coin. When the day comes that the PTS diff drops 40% (like the current estimate) and profitability will be high again loads of miners will swap again to PTS. Which will mean within no time the diff is higher again. The market will baklance itself. It is just that easy, a coin such as this can only be more profitable than the rest for a short period.

4) @IVANLABRIE; I am not flashing a bios untill warranty has run out. Warranty is gone after a bios flash. Not having that. I want to have full waranty when I am mining with it.

1 - Agreed, a guide wouldn't hurt...the readme does explain most of the stuff but from experience I can tell that you need to find your ideal settings manually.

2 - Yeah, I prefer alternate algo coins for that reason, that and the scrypt asic resistance.

3 - A modified diff retarget time would help, similarly to what the Digitalcoin dev implemented.

4 - All serious miners flash their bioses, you save a LOT on psus, plus the cards run cooler.
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Are there any Cuda PTS miners that work with compute 1.2? I have a GT 240 and get the following error:

kernel_protoshares launch failed 1: invalid device function

What miner is that and what are you trying to mine with it?
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1) seeing the amount of question about it here I thought there would be a big demand for it. If there isn't, then don't.

2) I know, that is what I am trying to explain. Before people step into such a multipool know what you step into.

3) If you alter it,your coin is a joke. You have set parameters and you should keep with them. altering for the sake of the profit of the miners means the coin is useless for what it is originally intended.

4) I very much doubt that. More can be die on your gfx card. your cooler for example. I have talked with people in RMA centres and some to check such things. Plus with flashing you can brick it. Now warranty for you if you do. But each to his own. I don't want to. But if others do then fine.

1. Well I can throw one together tonight and I guess if it people use it, great. If they don't, so be it.

2. smile.gif

3. There's no way that this coin isn't going to get negatively effected in some way. As I said, this cycle will continue unless the way diff is calculated changes. If it doesn't, the coin will simply die anyway.

4. Ofc more can happen than VRM frying, but they aren't as common as as VRM frying haha. Furthermore, you can usually flash a bios back if the card still fires up, so you should still be fine with anything happening. If card boots = you can reflash a bios. If it doesn't boot = the mfg can't read the bios tongue.gif there's no CMOS on a gpu afaik haha.
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PtsGPUz v0.4c (also tried 0.3c), PTS.
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I am using sapphire trixx with my card and on Trixx I have my voltage set to aroun 1.1V, for 1065/1500, for scrypt.

But GPU-z shows .998 or so. So are any of them right...

Been mining on clevermining for last 3 days and it seems to have taken a big hit as to the profitability. Even though its still slightly higher than LTC, its got to be much better to survive. I guess with most altcoins falling, this was bound to happen. Maybe a rebound in altcoin prices will affect the profitibilty positively.
Edited by mav2000 - 3/6/14 at 3:02am
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Indeed, all multipools are affected...
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