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As everyone is aware by now, the Sumokoin project has split into two camps. In an attempt to remain neutral we will focus on the aspect of this shake-up that actually matters - you guys, the miners. 

As of block #137500 Sumokoin will change to become an ASIC friendly coin and going back to the original Cryptonight algorithm. At the time of writing that would mean displacing 4,735 mining rigs from hashvault. Looking at the problem we have grouped miners into the following groups.

  • GPU Miners who don't want to be on an ASIC coin
  • ASIC miners wanting a coin to mine that is good
  • SUMO Loyal
  • RYO Loyal

Keeping the above groups in mind, we have decided that we want to support the individual choices of our community without injecting our personal biases onto you. As Sumokoin will require everyone to reconfigure their miner, we have decided to give Sumokoin new shiny servers and rename the pool URL to sumo.hashvault.pro The old mining endpoints will continue to serve cryptonight heavy but the website will redirect to sumo.hashvault.pro and a new website ryo.hashvault.pro is where you can find stats for the cryptonight heavy version.

For clarity sake, this means that a few key points will happen.

  • People who want to follow Sumokoin as part of the update process would have had to perform miner updates anyway. They will also need to change pool URL now while changing algo type 
  • ASIC Miners will connect to the new endpoints listed on the new sumo website
  • People mining to *.sumokoin.hashvault.pro and intend to mine Ryo need to move pool URL to the new URLs at their leisure.

No matter where you personally stand on the events in the Sumokoin community, we hope that you can see the course HashVault are taking is the fairest possible route we can take for miners.

We spent a lot of time taking into consideration views expressed over social channels and private messages. Apologies if you disagree but based on the information we have available we feel this is the best course for HashVault.



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Sumo Server Endpoints

  • pool.sumo.hashvault.pro
  • chicago01.sumo.hashvault.pro
  • frankfurt01.sumo.hashvault.pro
  • singapore01.sumo.hashvault.pro

Ports (avalible on each endpoint)

  • pool.sumo.hashvault.pro:80 - diff: 10,000 - upto 300 h/s
  • pool.sumo.hashvault.pro:443 - diff: 10,000 - upto 300 h/s(firewall bypass)
  • pool.sumo.hashvault.pro:3333 - diff: 50,000 - upto 2kh/s
  • pool.sumo.hashvault.pro:5555 - diff:  500,000 - 20 kh/s (e.g baikal)
  • pool.sumo.hashvault.pro:7777 - diff: 6,000,000 - 200 kh/s (x3)
  • pool.sumo.hashvault.pro:8888 - diff: 12,000,000 - 400 kh/s ( NH)

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All payments are halted until after the fork, everything that is pending to be paid will be processed on both chains after the fork has happened. HashVault won't keep anything from miners and we will post a guide on how to access your Sumo and Ryo on Monday.

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