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« Reply #260 on: September 08, 2014, 02:41:07 pm »

The returns will still go up considerably, considering there is still 200,000 NXT that has not yet been invested into hardware.  The reason for that is that I am hoping to hear back from the FPGA manufacturer soon (I will call them again today) as they have an expected ROI of only 4.5 weeks
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« Reply #261 on: September 08, 2014, 03:31:23 pm »

Hello pf and Hello to the rest of the NXT-Community!

I´m a small miner who sticks with your pool since beta-phase.
At first i would like to thank you for all of your effort developing and maintaining the Hashrate-Pool.
Even if there is a lack of news and information from time to time, i think you are doing a good job.
For example not to dump brandnew coins, furthermore the pool is quite stable now and the website is nice as well!

But back to business:
What happend to keccak-mining on shift 178?
I pointed about 100 kH/s at the keccak-multiport.
The earnings show 0.005654 NXT for the whole shift.
in shift 177 i earned 16.94 NXT with the same hashing power.
Where did my shares go? I checked the miner-stats for my worker-adress several times during the shift and it seemed like i didn´t mine a single coin!
Given the information from the hashrate-table i was mining maxcoin all the time.
In addition the dashboard always showed 0 keccak-profitability. Is this even possible?

In general i wonder about the profitability values on the dashboard.
Could you explain where the data comes from, please?

At last i would like to know what you suppose to to with the darkcash-coins.
Is there any way to get rid of them? I saw the coin on some exchanges by now...

Okay...many questions for a first post  :)

Keep up the good work!

Thanks and greetings, djoser!

worker adress: 7349039241220462321
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« Reply #262 on: September 09, 2014, 12:21:23 am »

Hello pf and Hello to the rest of the NXT-Community!

I´m a small miner who sticks with your pool since beta-phase.
At first i would like to thank you for all of your effort developing and maintaining the Hashrate-Pool.
Even if there is a lack of news and information from time to time, i think you are doing a good job.
For example not to dump brandnew coins, furthermore the pool is quite stable now and the website is nice as well!

But back to business:
What happend to keccak-mining on shift 178?
I pointed about 100 kH/s at the keccak-multiport.
The earnings show 0.005654 NXT for the whole shift.
in shift 177 i earned 16.94 NXT with the same hashing power.
Where did my shares go? I checked the miner-stats for my worker-adress several times during the shift and it seemed like i didn´t mine a single coin!
Given the information from the hashrate-table i was mining maxcoin all the time.
In addition the dashboard always showed 0 keccak-profitability. Is this even possible?

In general i wonder about the profitability values on the dashboard.
Could you explain where the data comes from, please?

At last i would like to know what you suppose to to with the darkcash-coins.
Is there any way to get rid of them? I saw the coin on some exchanges by now...

Okay...many questions for a first post  :)

Keep up the good work!

Thanks and greetings, djoser!

worker adress: 7349039241220462321

Hi djoser!
The darkcash coins I have been sitting on hoping that the coin will eventually rise.  I can liquidate them and pay them out at any point in time, but I would not be surprised to see the price on it get pumped sometime soon (and my plan was to sell them off as soon as that happens).  They have been staking all along (so I will actually increment everyone's balances accordingly).  I might have been mistaken to think it would pump, but I thought it would go a lot higher than it has due to the low coin count.

In regards to that keccak shift - unfortunately maxcoin difficulty is a lot harder now and I think the problem was that we simply didn't solve a maxcoin block that round.  Maxcoin was more profitable than 365coin for a couple entire shifts, which is why if we didn't solve a maxcoin block at all the profitability would have stayed at 0.  The shift before that we lucked out and solved about 5 blocks and had a super high keccak profitability though, so over a long enough timeline it reduces the variance.

The estimated numbers on the main page are calculated by keeping track of each algo's average hashrate over a shift.  The estimated profitability (ie, how much the coins solved so far that block should be worth) divided by the algo average calculate the current profitability.

Here's the actual code for it (I've released about 95% of this pool open source in a BTT thread, pm me if you'd like the link to it)

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#!/bin/bash
declare -A ProArr
AlgoCounter=0
now="`date +%s`"
ShiftNumber=`redis-cli hget Pool_Stats This_Shift`
echo "Test"
startstring="Pool_Stats:"$ShiftNumber
starttime=`redis-cli hget $startstring starttime`
endtime=$now
length=$(($endtime - $starttime))
redis-cli hset Pool_Stats CurLength $length
dayslength=`echo "scale=3;$length / 86400" | bc -l`
NXTPrice=`redis-cli hget Exchange_Rates nxt`
TotalEarned=0
TotalEarnedNXT=0
redis-cli hset Pool_Stats CurDaysLength $dayslength
redis-cli del Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:WorkerBTC
redis-cli del Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:WorkerNXT

# START CALCULATING COIN PROFIT FOR CURRENT ROUND
while read line
do
        AlgoTotal=0
        AlgoTotalNXT=0
        logkey2="Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:Algos"
        logkey2NXT="Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:AlgosNXT"
        echo "LOGKEY2: $logkey2"
        # loop through each coin for that algo
        while read CoinName
        do
                coinTotal=0
                coinTotalNXT=0
                thiskey=$CoinName":balances"
                logkey="Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:Coins"
                logkeyNXT="Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:CoinsNXT"
                #Determine price for Coin
                raw2btc=`redis-cli hget Exchange_Rates $CoinName`
                coin2btc=$raw2btc
#               echo "$CoinName - $coin2btc"
                workersPerCoin=`redis-cli hlen $thiskey`
                if [ $workersPerCoin = 0 ]
                then
                        echo "do nothing" > /dev/null
                else

                        while read WorkerName
                        do
                                thisBalance=`redis-cli hget $thiskey $WorkerName`
                                thisEarned=`echo "scale=6;$thisBalance * $coin2btc" | bc -l`
                                coinTotal=`echo "scale=6;$coinTotal + $thisEarned" | bc -l`
                                AlgoTotal=`echo "scale=6;$AlgoTotal + $thisEarned" | bc -l`
                                NXTEarned=`echo "scale=6;$thisEarned / $NXTPrice" | bc -l`
                                coinTotalNXT=`echo "scale=6;$coinTotalNXT + $NXTEarned" | bc -l`
                                AlgoTotalNXT=`echo "scale=6;$AlgoTotalNXT + $NXTEarned" | bc -l`

#                               echo "$WorkerName earned $NXTEarned from $CoinName"
                                redis-cli hincrbyfloat Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:WorkerNXT $WorkerName $NXTEarned
                                redis-cli hincrbyfloat Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:WorkerBTC $WorkerName $thisEarned
                        done< <(redis-cli hkeys $CoinName:balances)
                        redis-cli hset $logkey $CoinName $coinTotal
                        redis-cli hset $logkeyNXT $CoinName $coinTotalNXT
                        echo "$CoinName: $coinTotal"

                fi
        done< <(redis-cli hkeys Coin_Names_$line)
          redis-cli hset $logkey2 $line $AlgoTotal
        redis-cli hset $logkey2NXT $line $AlgoTotalNXT
TotalEarned=`echo "scale=6;$TotalEarned + $AlgoTotal" | bc -l`
TotalEarnedNXT=`echo "scale=6;$TotalEarnedNXT + $AlgoTotalNXT" | bc -l`

done< <(redis-cli hkeys Coin_Algos)


# END CALCULATING COIN PROFITS FOR CURRENT SHIFT


# START CALCULATIN AVERAGE HASHRATES SO FAR THIS SHIFT
echo "Start: $starttime End: $endtime"
        AlgoCounter=0
        while read Algo
        do
                AlgoCounter=$(($AlgoCounter + 1))
                if [ $Algo = "sha256" ]
                then
                        Algo="sha"
                fi
                AlgoHRTotal=0
                counter=0
                loopstring="Pool_Stats:AvgHRs:"$Algo
                while read HR
                do
                        IN=$HR
                        arrIN=(${IN//:/ })
                        amt=${arrIN[0]}
                        counter=`echo "$counter + 1" | bc`
                        AlgoHRTotal=`echo "$AlgoHRTotal + $amt" | bc -l`
               done< <(redis-cli zrangebyscore $loopstring $starttime $endtime)

                if [ $Algo = "sha" ]
                then
                        Algo="sha256"
                fi
                thisalgoAVG=`echo "scale=8;$AlgoHRTotal / $counter" |  bc -l`
                string="average_"$Algo
                redis-cli hset Pool_Stats:CurrentShift $string $thisalgoAVG
                string3="Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:Algos"
                thisalgoEarned=`redis-cli hget $string3 $Algo`
                thisalgoP=`echo "scale=8;$thisalgoEarned / $thisalgoAVG / $dayslength" | bc -l`
                string2="Profitability_$Algo"
                redis-cli hset Pool_Stats:CurrentShift $string2 $thisalgoP
                if [ $Algo = "keccak" ]
                then
                        thisalgoP=`echo "scale=5;$thisalgoP * 500" | bc -l`
                elif [ $Algo = "sha256" ]
                then
                        thisalgoP=`echo "scale=5;$thisalgoP * 100" | bc -l`
                elif [ $Algo = "x11" ]
                then
                        thisalgoP=`echo "scale=4;$thisalgoP * 4" | bc -l`
                else
                        echo "done" >/dev/null
                fi
                ProArr[$AlgoCounter]=$thisalgoP

                redis-cli hset Pool_Stats:CurrentShift $string2 $thisalgoP

                echo "For Current Shift Algo $Algo had an average of $thisalgoAVG - profitability was $thisalgoP"
        done< <(redis-cli hkeys Coin_Algos)

                profitstring=${ProArr[1]}":"${ProArr[2]}":"${ProArr[3]}":"${ProArr[4]}
        #       redis-cli hset Pool_Stats_Profitability $ShiftNumber $profitstring


this_scrypt=`redis-cli hget Pool_Stats:CurrentShift Profitability_scrypt`
this_x11=`redis-cli hget Pool_Stats:CurrentShift Profitability_x11`
this_sha256=`redis-cli hget Pool_Stats:CurrentShift Profitability_sha256`
this_keccak=`redis-cli hget Pool_Stats:CurrentShift Profitability_keccak`
this_string=$this_scrypt":"$this_x11":"$this_sha256":"$this_keccak
redis-cli hset Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:Profitability $now $this_string
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« Reply #263 on: September 09, 2014, 07:47:24 am »

Hey pf,

The darkcash coins I have been sitting on hoping that the coin will eventually rise.  I can liquidate them and pay them out at any point in time, but I would not be surprised to see the price on it get pumped sometime soon (and my plan was to sell them off as soon as that happens).  They have been staking all along (so I will actually increment everyone's balances accordingly).  I might have been mistaken to think it would pump, but I thought it would go a lot higher than it has due to the low coin count.

If you think there will be a significant rise in value of darkcash then hold on to them. I totally trust your judgement, since you are much more involved into the "cryptocurrency-scene" than i am :)
As mentioned before i also think it´s senseless to dump new coins directly after mining them. I haven´t calculated the profitablility of the BTCD mining, but it was HUGE because of the time you haven´t sold them.


In regards to that keccak shift - unfortunately maxcoin difficulty is a lot harder now and I think the problem was that we simply didn't solve a maxcoin block that round.  Maxcoin was more profitable than 365coin for a couple entire shifts, which is why if we didn't solve a maxcoin block at all the profitability would have stayed at 0.  The shift before that we lucked out and solved about 5 blocks and had a super high keccak profitability though, so over a long enough timeline it reduces the variance.

The estimated numbers on the main page are calculated by keeping track of each algo's average hashrate over a shift.  The estimated profitability (ie, how much the coins solved so far that block should be worth) divided by the algo average calculate the current profitability.

Okay, that makes sense to me. I didn´t notice that there was no block found during the shift, hence my confusion. Bad luck, but it is well covered by the previous shift (177) :)
Thanks for explaination, i do understand that matter better now!

Regards, djoser!


P.S.: If my english is a little strange sometimes, please forgive. English is not my native language...
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« Reply #264 on: September 09, 2014, 08:24:12 am »

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If you think there will be a significant rise in value of darkcash then hold on to them. I totally trust your judgement, since you are much more involved into the "cryptocurrency-scene" than i am :)
As mentioned before i also think it´s senseless to dump new coins directly after mining them. I haven´t calculated the profitablility of the BTCD mining, but it was HUGE because of the time you haven´t sold them.
I would suggest not to hold on any coins. I think Hashrate is not to be consider a fund, but a mining pool.
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« Reply #265 on: September 09, 2014, 01:45:11 pm »

I would suggest not to hold on any coins. I think Hashrate is not to be consider a fund, but a mining pool.

Hello Sebastien,

You are mining (if you do) to get as much NXT as possible, right? But if you dump brandnew coins right after mining you loose a lot of profit.
Yes, Hashrate is a mining pool and not a fund, but mining considering the economical rules of new coins on the cryptocurrency market makes much more sense to me.
New coins are worth nearly zero when they are started, so what´s the point of selling them right after mining when you can get multiple times of NXT just for waiting a little bit?

Greetings, djoser.
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« Reply #266 on: September 09, 2014, 02:57:52 pm »

I would suggest not to hold on any coins. I think Hashrate is not to be consider a fund, but a mining pool.

Hello Sebastien,

You are mining (if you do) to get as much NXT as possible, right? But if you dump brandnew coins right after mining you loose a lot of profit.
Yes, Hashrate is a mining pool and not a fund, but mining considering the economical rules of new coins on the cryptocurrency market makes much more sense to me.
New coins are worth nearly zero when they are started, so what´s the point of selling them right after mining when you can get multiple times of NXT just for waiting a little bit?

Greetings, djoser.

ha ok, I did not tought you were talking about new coins.
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« Reply #267 on: September 10, 2014, 12:26:51 am »

...btw, sometimes a poll were funny... :)
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« Reply #268 on: September 12, 2014, 10:55:52 am »

Hello PF.

Great site indeed. I would like to ask a few things.

1. What is payout treshold?
2. Do you consider scrypt to be the most profittable way to go?
3. Any plans to inprove the site? (earnings list is WAY to long and stuff) and more things could be done better. Shout if you need help with anything as I work with programming and design.

I am pushing a small about of 25M at your scrypt stratum 3333 but at what difficulty will I get? (rental mining)


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« Reply #269 on: September 12, 2014, 04:36:22 pm »

I got a couple questions myself.

Any ETA on Cryptonote mining?

Also, is there an API on the site to share profitability in a JSON format?  I guess that's what Poolpicker is looking for in order to list Hashrate.
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« Reply #270 on: September 12, 2014, 06:45:38 pm »

Hello PF.

Great site indeed. I would like to ask a few things.

1. What is payout treshold?
2. Do you consider scrypt to be the most profittable way to go?
3. Any plans to inprove the site? (earnings list is WAY to long and stuff) and more things could be done better. Shout if you need help with anything as I work with programming and design.

I am pushing a small about of 25M at your scrypt stratum 3333 but at what difficulty will I get? (rental mining)


Regards, Robert
Historically, keccak is usually the most profitable way to mine.   X11 sometimes, but with our limited hashrate it depends on luck for a large part because sometimes X11 doesn't solve a block in a certain shift
I will truncate the earnings and payouts and coin transaction lists right now to get rid of a bunch of the ancient historical data.

I will work on the JSON profitability - I can easily reveal the previous shift profitabilites, but turning those into actual dates is a bit trickier.  I might just cheat and make each shift's profitability count for a full day historically, then finally automate the shifts to change at 12:01AM PST so that I can just use the shift profitabilities as the daily ones.
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« Reply #271 on: September 12, 2014, 09:21:25 pm »

Thanks man! nice reply!

Right now doing 1TH on your site.
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« Reply #272 on: September 13, 2014, 05:21:38 am »

So 1 shift = 1 day or what? :)
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« Reply #273 on: September 13, 2014, 09:20:28 am »

Also, do I earn more NXT by mining only 1 coin for example Terracoin which has a greater value than the rest?

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« Reply #274 on: September 13, 2014, 01:43:18 pm »

The pool checks regularily the most profitable coin to mine and switches to it.
It currently checks every 8 minutes.

BTW, for the shareholders - i have been able to double the amount of FPGA gear that we have acquired this week.  This means approximately 1 BTC will be coming in for dividends weekly from it (considering Scrypt-N coin difficulties are actually going down, while the coin prices are staying stable!!)
I am just paying for an additional order which should start paying out for by next week which will bring the FPGA income up to approximately 2.5 BTC/week  (absolutely amazing - that will just be from the FPGA gear, not any of the SHA equipment either)  with an ROI on the initial investment at about 37 days (our first FPGA investment has brought in 1.5 BTC on a 2.25 BTC investment only three weeks ago).  I am super super stoked about this.
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« Reply #275 on: September 13, 2014, 02:20:04 pm »

When is the next payout? :)
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« Reply #276 on: September 13, 2014, 08:02:06 pm »

The pool checks regularily the most profitable coin to mine and switches to it.
It currently checks every 8 minutes.

BTW, for the shareholders - i have been able to double the amount of FPGA gear that we have acquired this week.  This means approximately 1 BTC will be coming in for dividends weekly from it (considering Scrypt-N coin difficulties are actually going down, while the coin prices are staying stable!!)
I am just paying for an additional order which should start paying out for by next week which will bring the FPGA income up to approximately 2.5 BTC/week  (absolutely amazing - that will just be from the FPGA gear, not any of the SHA equipment either)  with an ROI on the initial investment at about 37 days (our first FPGA investment has brought in 1.5 BTC on a 2.25 BTC investment only three weeks ago).  I am super super stoked about this.

So you bought about 10BTC of this stuff and it will be start mining next week? I'm very bullishright now!
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« Reply #277 on: September 13, 2014, 08:46:35 pm »

The pool checks regularily the most profitable coin to mine and switches to it.
It currently checks every 8 minutes.

BTW, for the shareholders - i have been able to double the amount of FPGA gear that we have acquired this week.  This means approximately 1 BTC will be coming in for dividends weekly from it (considering Scrypt-N coin difficulties are actually going down, while the coin prices are staying stable!!)
I am just paying for an additional order which should start paying out for by next week which will bring the FPGA income up to approximately 2.5 BTC/week  (absolutely amazing - that will just be from the FPGA gear, not any of the SHA equipment either)  with an ROI on the initial investment at about 37 days (our first FPGA investment has brought in 1.5 BTC on a 2.25 BTC investment only three weeks ago).  I am super super stoked about this.

So you bought about 10BTC of this stuff and it will be start mining next week? I'm very bullishright now!
Correct.  Once I have the new gear credited properly to my account and the payment processed, I will post the manufacturer I am using in this thread (as up until today I haven't wanted to increase any competition on what limited gear they have been bringing online and offering for sale).
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Re: [ANN] Hashrate.org - NXT Community Owned Mining Pool
« Reply #278 on: September 13, 2014, 09:17:17 pm »

So, when it is plan to swicth to 60%/40% ratio? Do you still have fund that is not invest in hashrate at the moment?
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« Reply #279 on: September 13, 2014, 09:24:51 pm »

So, when it is plan to swicth to 60%/40% ratio? Do you still have fund that is not invest in hashrate at the moment?
Once all of the initial raised capital is spent.  We've still got another 60,000 NXT before that happens.
I may yet sink them into additional FPGA miners if I hear that they are able to bring any more online (the return on investment on them is absolutely unbelievably high still.  I hadn't thought that we'd see mining hardware that could ROI in less than 45 days ever again.  I have been unbelievably lucky by having a contact inside the FPGA manufacturer)  The best part is that none of the competitor Scrypt-N/X11 ASIC hardware looks like it will be shipping any time in the next several months.
Whenever we do change to the 60/40 ratio, the best part is that it looks like we would be able to buy an additional hosted FPGA miner (each miner = ~30 MH of Scrypt-N or ~180 MH of X11) every ~10 days!
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