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Best / Fastest Pool to mine Dogecoin?

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by G0TZCH1CK3N, Feb 15, 2014.

  1. G0TZCH1CK3N

    G0TZCH1CK3N Newbie

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    So I pretty much kicked myself for not getting on the bitcoin train and we all know how much those are worth now.

    Now that Dogecoin is taking off, those Olympians got funded through it, it's getting a lot of attention.

    I currently don't have the best rig just a AMD 8 core 8350 with a 7850 ATI video card (2GB O/c to 1100 core clock)

    So I'm not getting too many coins but I did notice a big difference between the server I'm on currently and one I was on last night.

    I was wondering if it's just me, or do different pools mine faster/slower? Currently im in doge.pool.mn

    I wanna push my card to the limits currently I'm running cgminer through command prompt and the card is on 80% fan level so it doesn't exceed 36C
     
  2. youtalkmedia

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    pools do well based on how many they solve. the more people on a pool the more that will be solved. One block is worked on my many pools. the first pool to solve it gets the coins. So if your in a slow pool it is a bigger payout for you each coin that does get solved BUT if you are in a fast pool more of the coins will be solved resulting in a lower average payout per coin for you, but more of them.

    I rather go for a bigger pool.
     
  3. akacash

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    https://doge.nut2pools.com has been the best for me. I've tried a few others, but as said above, they're either too slow and thus the payouts, though bigger per block, are too far apart, or they had too many people and the payouts were just too small. That pool there is the one I've had the best success with over 24 hour periods. It's a big pool, but not as big as say hashfaster.com which has well over 5k miners usually. They hit enough blocks to keep the payouts coming, and there's not so many people that you only get 5 coins for the block. The halving a few days effected things as well, so just keep that in mind. That 7850 you have should be able to get you about 350-400 kh/s. With the difficulty being what it is now, that would get you in the neighborhood of around 1500-2k coins per day. That number can fluctuate quite a bit, but that's a rough estimate of what you could expect.
     
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    suchcoins is a mess, don't go there. I have no idea how they managed to keep it up as long as it has.

    Use dogehouse.org
     
  5. youtalkmedia

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    dogehouse is not accepting new ppl. i am on suchcoins atm.. the solve rate seems very low