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  1. Are the payout (Aka transaction fees) taken from my payout when sent to my wallet or are they paid by Hashvault from the pool fee?
  2. Kilo69

    Formula for estimating rewards?

    Awesome thanks this helps out greatly on my automated profit calculator!
  3. Wasn't sure where to put this so I stuck it here. I'm trying to figure out formulas for rewards based on hashrate. I came across this one for monero: Daily mining estimate = ( (your hashrate) * (current block reward) * 720 ) / (network hashrate) Although this seems like "solo mining" reward What calculations do the pool estimators use? Is there a place I can find those? Thanks!
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    Electroneum's May 30th "anti-asic fork"

    Yeah I was surprised to see even on ETN they still manage a $25-30 a day profit! Thought for sure with Monero out of the picture they be in the single digits. Of course they aren't making the insane amounts they were on monero anymore, but that's not too bad.. until it stops end of May haha
  5. https://electroneum.com/2018/04/25/blockchain-update/ So my question is... where will all the ASIC's go next? they are running out of coins to flock to? Also I wonder how mining ETN will look without those ASIC's running? I'ts hitting 1500 Mh/s now... I'm expecting it to drop below 150 Mh/s after the fork. It will be an interesting end of May for sure. Mark your calendars and get ready to watch the fire lol
  6. So back story a bit: I started mining with old Dell optiplex 790's leftover from work. We ran out of office space and my storage office was needed. So rather than throw them out I took all 22 of them home installed windows 10 during the "free upgrade" phase and they kinda just hung out in my office under a spare desk. The down side... they are dells.. and small form factor/ Low profile making GPU choices limited. Anyway I found out that the dell BIO's only allows a single GPU as the PSU is only 250W (80+ Gold rated though!) and even though they have 2 PCIe slots dell deemed 2 GPU's "TOO MUCH POWER"... so I was looking on ebay and local buy and sell for a LGA 1155 board that supported multiple GPU's since I had a large amount of I5-2400 and I7-2600 CPU's and DDR3 ram for them. Bought one on Ebay... after a week of not shipping I reached out. Seller replied quickly apologizing for the delay as the board I bought had been damaged. He offered a refund but asked if I would give it another week as he likely has more coming. Sure I said... 2 days later he emails saying he has one however doesn't have a CPU cooler as the one I bought... but in lieu would send 8GB of ram instead of the 4GB and refund my shipping for the delay. Great send it along. It arrives quickly and I begin setting it up... find out my Dell CPU coolers are, well, typically "Dell" and not standard so they won't power off the CPU fan connector on the "new" mobo. So I go hunting through my surplus cases. Grab one Cool master case I really can't even recall where I got and open it up. No CPU cooler... looks to be already stripped as the CPU and RAM are gone... then I see it's the EXACT same as the motherboard I just bought off ebay!!! ARGGHH... This whole time I've had one sitting in a old case I had forgotten about... tested it and it works. Oh well guess I have 2 now to use my CPU's and RAM to make a pair of open air miners. I did manage to make a cpu cooler from one of the dell coolers and the fan from another older cooler that wouldn't match the bolt pattern. This weekend I plan to work through the surplus gear and make a damn list... don't want to have this happen again lol plus I really should sell some of this stuff and use that to buy more GPU's! Ever have a similar "duh" moment in your mining experience? I'm sure I'll have more as I continue down this path!
  7. At work our firewall flags forum.hashvault.pro as having "inbound spyware". I assume it's Ivan's vacation paying spyware, but it may cause some to avoid the site. Do you know why and how to prevent this false alarm?
  8. When mining my miner displays a difficulty set by the pool. How does that relate to the network difficulty and when I check my miner stats for shares is that difficulty relate to network or pool difficulty?
  9. Does the pool combine our shares to solve a block, or does one of our miners actually solve it directly?
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    Global hashrate on CRYPTONIGHT

    What does this graph show? Cryptonight and Cryptonight V7 combined? what about Light and Heavy? If it's just Cryptonight and not the new anti-asic flavours then I'd say the ASIC's all shipped the day after the fork... and have slowly come back online to all mine Electroneum LOL Curious where they go after ETN actually forks end of May. I've also seen many many posts by former ETH miners switching over because of profits on CN7... So many confused 800h/s I used to get 30 MH/S! EDIT: I pulled this showing poor poor ETN's fate
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