P2Pool [12.03.03] p2poolmining.us - Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Piscataway, Seattle, San Jose

ourlink

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DASH - P2Pool Nodes Hosted by P2PoolMining.Us
Node Information: Running Dash Core Version 12.03.03, fee: 0.5% fee.

Switch your miners to our fast, reliable, up-to-date DASH p2pools. We operate and maintain multiple p2pool nodes which are geographically placed across the U.S. to improve latency and the performance of your miners.

First of all NO registration is ever required. All payouts occur automatically as new blocks are found and are paid directly to your wallet address. To get started, choose the node closest to your location and then set up your mining software with that nodes parameters as listed below;

Miami
SERVER: stratum+tcp://dash01.p2poolmining.us:7903 (or http://dash01.p2poolmining.us:7903)
PORT: 7903
USERNAME: Your Dash wallet address
PASSWORD: x

This p2pool node status:
http://dash01.p2poolmining.us:7903/static
http://dash01.p2poolmining.us:7903/static/original

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Seattle
SERVER: stratum+tcp://dash02.p2poolmining.us:7903 (or http://dash02.p2poolmining.us:7903)
PORT: 7903
USERNAME: Your Dash wallet address
PASSWORD: x

This p2pool node status:
http://dash02.p2poolmining.us:7903/static
http://dash02.p2poolmining.us:7903/static/original

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Chicago

SERVER: stratum+tcp://dash03.p2poolmining.us:7903 (or http://dash03.p2poolmining.us:7903)
PORT: 7903
USERNAME: Your Dash wallet address
PASSWORD: x

This p2pool node status:
http://dash03.p2poolmining.us:7903/static
http://dash03.p2poolmining.us:7903/static/original

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Los Angeles
SERVER: stratum+tcp://dash04.p2poolmining.us:7903 (or http://dash04.p2poolmining.us:7903)
PORT: 7903
USERNAME: Your Dash wallet address
PASSWORD: x

This p2pool node status:
http://dash04.p2poolmining.us:7903/static
http://dash04.p2poolmining.us:7903/static/original

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San Jose
SERVER: stratum+tcp://dash05.p2poolmining.us:7903 (or http://dash05.p2poolmining.us:7903)
PORT: 7903
USERNAME: Your Dash wallet address
PASSWORD: x

This p2pool node status:
http://dash05.p2poolmining.us:7903/static
http://dash05.p2poolmining.us:7903/static/original

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Piscataway
SERVER: stratum+tcp://dash06.p2poolmining.us:7903 (or http://dash06.p2poolmining.us:7903)
PORT: 7903
USERNAME: Your Dash wallet address
PASSWORD: x

This p2pool node status:
http://dash06.p2poolmining.us:7903/static
http://dash06.p2poolmining.us:7903/static/original

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All of our pools are constantly updated and running the latest version of DASH pool software. You also have improved insight into the performance of your miners with our unique miner statistics and exclusive interface.

Visit our blog at http://www.p2poolmining.us for updates and FAQ's
 
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ourlink

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One of the features miners enjoy on our pools is the stats and charts for individual miner performance...



Miners can view daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly stats for their miners hash speeds as well as payout statistics.

Does your P2Pool Node provide that?
 
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moli

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We just released a P2Pool Node Scanner for DASH!

http://www.p2poolmining.us/p2poolnodes/

Special thanks goes out to member Crahl for loaning us his sourcecode so that we could put this listing together.
You can read more about the p2pool-scanner for Dash from our blog http://www.p2poolmining.us
Pretty cool! You should promote your pools and website more on other places like Twitter, FB, and Bitcointalk.

Maybe buster can give a shout for all p2pools on his show and raise awareness to have more miners to mine at these pools. Just a thought.
 
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Pretty cool! You should promote your pools and website more on other places like Twitter, FB, and Bitcointalk.

Maybe buster can give a shout for all p2pools on his show and raise awareness to have more miners to mine at these pools. Just a thought.
Ill give a shout out for sure. ourlink if you are interested in coming on the podcast and talking about your project shoot me a pm. We can do a short little interview and promote your pool a little bit. Congrats on the progress and thanks moli for bringing me here :)
 

ourlink

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Ill give a shout out for sure. ourlink if you are interested in coming on the podcast and talking about your project shoot me a pm. We can do a short little interview and promote your pool a little bit. Congrats on the progress and thanks moli for bringing me here :)
I'd love that...

I've been heads down improving our P2Pool Node Tracker putting in enhancements like Google Maps!!



You can check it out for yourself on the following link - http://www.p2poolmining.us/p2poolnodes

Give us your feedback!
 

ourlink

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To help drive interest in our pools and DASH mining on P2Pool we have temporarily lowered our fees to 0.5% through the month of May.

We have some new features and functionality in the works and will be making an announcement within the next couple of weeks.

Watch for details!!
 

ourlink

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Did you know that Latency is a killer of performance for your miner?

Use our p2pool node listing to check how well your P2Pool node is performing. http://www.p2poolmining.us/p2poolnodes/

Pay particular attention to the PING and GWTL columns for your selected P2Pool node.
Both of these settings are monitored real time. Ping is measured from your computer to each p2pool node in the listing.

  • PING - represents the amount of time it takes for communications packet to get from your computer to the server and back again.
  • GWTL - represents GetWorkTrafficLatency which determines how fast the server responds to your miners request for mining work.
    Click Check in the listing for the node you want to see the stats for.

The lower the latency is for both of these indicators the better your mining rig will perform!

 

ourlink

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We've been receiving a lot of inquiries lately from new P2Pool operators wondering how they can get their p2pool listed in our P2Pool Node Listing for DASH.So, I thought I should provide some information about how our node listing works.

The list of nodes shown in the node listing comes directly from the P2Pool network. If you are running a p2pool node, once your node is recognized on the network, your node will eventually show up in the listing. Keep in mind it could take up to 48 hours for your node to be listed!

It's important to note - your node must stay active for the entire 48 hours. If your node goes off the network for any time then the clock starts over again.

Thanks
 

ourlink

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We've been receiving a lot of inquiries lately from new P2Pool operators wondering how they can get their p2pool listed in our P2Pool Node Listing for DASH.So, I thought I should provide some information about how our node listing works.

The list of nodes shown in the node listing comes directly from the P2Pool network. If you are running a p2pool node, once your node is recognized on the network, your node will eventually show up in the listing. Keep in mind it could take up to 48 hours for your node to be listed!

It's important to note - your node must stay active for the entire 48 hours. If your node goes off the network for any time then the clock starts over again.

Thanks
 
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ourlink

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Usage on our pools has been way down lately.... Not sure if it is a general trend in the market or if P2Pool usage is just down.

This downtrend is causing us to think about the consolidation of our 4 mining pools into just 2.
Our Seattle and Chicago pools will remain online.
We'll be routing all Los Angeles traffic to Seattle.
All Miami traffic will be routed to Chicago.

These changes will allows us to reduce our costs and continue to provide mining pools for all of our US based miners.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to let us know.
 

rustycase

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I'd love that...

Give us your feedback!
I've got feedback !

The great work you have done implementing the map shows a concentration on the eastern seaboard of the US, and another in central Eurozone.

How might this information relate to actual volume, activity, fiber optic line quality, and power costs ?

Tnx !
rc

edit: Post #23 looks like I might have hedged upon asking the right questions ??
 

Talon8Ya

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Chicago has been solid. Really like it thanks.
I will add more to it next week.



I've got feedback !

The great work you have done implementing the map shows a concentration on the eastern seaboard of the US, and another in central Eurozone.

How might this information relate to actual volume, activity, fiber optic line quality, and power costs ?

Tnx !
rc

edit: Post #23 looks like I might have hedged upon asking the right questions ??
 

ourlink

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Do you own an X11 ASIC Miner? Would you like to write a review of your machines mining capability and have your review published on the p2poolmining.us blog?

We're looking for guest bloggers with X11 ASIC mining experience that could write a review of their miner. If you are interested please send us a PM or email us @ [email protected]

If your article is selected for inclusion on our blog you can expect to receive a lot of traffic and exposure for your work from our P2Pool Nodes and P2Pool Node Listing.
 

Talon8Ya

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I can't publish my reviews on there but you are welcome to link to mine.
You can contact me maybe we can do some cross promotion.
We have Amanda's videos and more.
Here is my Baikal miner review, my iBeLink and Pineda reviews who be coming out over the next several days.
http://bitcoinist.net/review-of-the-baikal-150-mhs-x11-dash-asic-miner/

Do you own an X11 ASIC Miner? Would you like to write a review of your machines mining capability and have your review published on the p2poolmining.us blog?

We're looking for guest bloggers with X11 ASIC mining experience that could write a review of their miner. If you are interested please send us a PM or email us @ [email protected]

If your article is selected for inclusion on our blog you can expect to receive a lot of traffic and exposure for your work from our P2Pool Nodes and P2Pool Node Listing.