- May 2, 2014
Have you tried using the masternode as an exit node for Darksend rounds, If your masternodes are not getting paid?
Couldn't hurt, but that wasn't my question. Is the payout scheme formally written up anywhere?Anecdotally, Ive seen several posts that basically say the country where the MN is at seems to matter. If i were getting super bad luck i'd switch to nodes in another country, couldn't hurt...
Is that in the configuration settings?Have you tried using the masternode as an exit node for Darksend rounds, If your masternodes are not getting paid?
That would be a centralized system of payment, something like banking system, which is not what Darkcoin is all about. Evan said he wishes to implement a round robin system if he can figure out how to do it decentralized.What is the absolute reason to even have variance at all? It sounds fishy to people.
I see other options. A fair split, 1 drk / # active nodes every mine payout.
That way, everyone is compensated equally.
Does this introduce too much complexity?
It'd be more trusted. We could verify its working properly. All celebrate we have mn online and receive some drk in short time.
If I could make Release Candidates for Darkcoin, I would make a version for a fair split for masternodes. Is there a blatant problem in that?
Its really good to hear somebody else say it takes 8 days to start receiving payments. It has taken me some months to gain a zen like calm that there is nothing wrong with my masternode and that the payments will come one day. My older nodes always pay better than my newer ones. Hearing 8 days actually makes me feel a little more sane after the stressing I went through as a total n00b!Hi,
The current weekly average I get is 0,6428 DRK per Masternode. Many pools still pay 10% only or don't pay at all. For example nicehash isn't nice at all ^^.
Anyways, it takes about 8 days here till the first payments show up after establishing a france based masternode.
All costs get covered with my current average income per masternode, but I can hardly wait till enforcements get enabled.
Random thing are always strange because they are, well, random.The randomity is really strange here.
My masternodes act quite strange, some of them got payments more then they should have but some get payments once a week. At the end doing an average I get ~0,7drk/MN/day after all...
Masternode payments are not random. That is for sure.Random thing are always strange because they are, well, random.
If you want to quantify random events you have to look at the average result over a longer period of time (or with more Masternodes producing more results in the same time).
So, it's the rule, not the exception, that some get more and some get less than the expected average payment/MN/day.
Evan says that he is reverting to the RC3 voting mechanism when RC5 comes along. Unfortunately, I have yet to find somebody who can explain to me what this actually means. I figured that Evan has other stuff on his plate right now.Evan for sure has to change the "randomity" of the votes... and enforce in some way the payments cause I got only 50% payments the other 50% are not paid or immlist or not detected or not paid at all....
Its a randomly voted top 6.. so it is random, just not blindly random. How the voting is random, that I dont know. You get up-voted by having your MN up and running, and when you reach 6 votes, you get the payout for that block.Evan says that he is reverting to the RC3 voting mechanism when RC5 comes along. Unfortunately, I have yet to find somebody who can explain to me what this actually means. I figured that Evan has other stuff on his plate right now.
The transaction's input has no previous output ('Previous output: Generation'), so it's either solo mined or paid to a Masternode.Okay, seems I did get a payment of exactly 1DRK: http://explorer.darkcoin.io/address/XvJPvhhtn9AQeL8t6KWCN6bR8UjyRetsta
Is there a way to check if it's paid by the network, or if someone sent it as a (charity) gift?