What is the best pool for Dash mining ?

hm86z

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I have 1650 Mh power

What is the best pool for Dash mining ?

I aleardy use (Nicehash) but I looking to best one
what is your advise ?

and waht is the better multi pool or solo ?
 

Balych

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I have 1650 Mh power

What is the best pool for Dash mining ?

I aleardy use (Nicehash) but I looking to best one
what is your advise ?

and waht is the better multi pool or solo ?
Mine at own p2pool node - no 3rd parties between your hash power and DASH network.
 
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Fare advice to suggest solo-mine on a p2pool node. But with 0% fee, how can you go wrong.

Can 3rd party pools even withhold the rewards? Or what else would worry you about 3rd parties for? -Thanks
 
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hm86z

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Mine on Suprnova.cc
1650Mh /1000 = 1.65 Dash per day (Edit: Approximately)

ASIC compatible. X11 Dash pool.
Port 80 / 443 Mining
NICEHASH PORT: 10000
0% fee
is this website use solo mining ?
and what the type of coin when you withdraw the income ?
 

rustycase

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It seems most the information I find about DASH mining, except the ASIC sellers, is dated.

Most the advice I hear is to mine ETH, XRP, or ZEC. <<edit here: xrp is Not mine-able. I had meant xmr

I would like to support DASH with a small GPU mining rig...

Best
rc

Reality has struck since when I entered this post... My electric rate of 25 cents is far too high for any profitable mining.
 
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alphaleonis

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Hi, I would like to rent a rig and join a pool for a day or so to try it out - maybe 500Mh, and then maybe rent periodically after that. Any takers?
 

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Fare advice to suggest solo-mine on a p2pool node. But with 0% fee, how can you go wrong.

Can 3rd party pools even withhold the rewards? Or what else would worry you about 3rd parties for? -Thanks
Hey there. N00b miner here. How do I set up a solo mining on p2pool?
I just grab one of the IP addresses and ports from this p2poolmining.us site, add the stratum prefix and set it in the URL of my miner, like this:

stratum+tcp://50.116.45.138:7903/static/

And it's status is set to alive and active is set to true. But a few seconds later, active sets to false. What's going on?

When configuring the pool in my miner web interface, I set the user to be my wallet address, and just put anything as the password.

The only pool I've been able to get to work is the suprnova.cc
 

Etin

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I would really like to know what the best Dash mining pool is as at July 2017 this thread seems like it may be dated.
 

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I would really like to know what the best Dash mining pool is as at July 2017 this thread seems like it may be dated.
i'm currently using p2pool, and would like to know the return on supernova, 1.65 Dash a day seems quite a lot
 

mrearthbound

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I would really like to know what the best Dash mining pool is as at July 2017 this thread seems like it may be dated.
I've been on coinmine for over a month and it has been good overall. I see that the dominating pool right now is cybtc. The process of entering it is a bit confusing, because you have to ask for an invite on a Chinese Instant Messaging app entering a QQ code or something.

Has anyone been able to mine there?
 

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I've been on coinmine for over a month and it has been good overall. I see that the dominating pool right now is cybtc. The process of entering it is a bit confusing, because you have to ask for an invite on a Chinese Instant Messaging app entering a QQ code or something.

Has anyone been able to mine there?
Thanks
 

Markdroplet

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I've been on coinmine for over a month and it has been good overall. I see that the dominating pool right now is cybtc. The process of entering it is a bit confusing, because you have to ask for an invite on a Chinese Instant Messaging app entering a QQ code or something.

Has anyone been able to mine there?
i'm sure cybtc is a legit pool, since most of the chinese miners are up there. but they charge a 0.5% fee, i think. So i'm gonna stick with p2pool
 

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Has anyone used suprnova.cc with a ibelink asic? They say to connect with port 9991 but it doesn't seem to work. I'm not getting any connections with that port. Can anyone help?
 

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Has anyone used suprnova.cc with a ibelink asic? They say to connect with port 9991 but it doesn't seem to work. I'm not getting any connections with that port. Can anyone help?
I could not get port 9991 to save in my config file. But the default port 80 and 443 connected me to the Pool but the performance was really bad - more discards, rejects and very low Hash rate like 54%

stratum+tcp://dash80.suprnova.cc:80
 
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Amait

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I would suggest you to choose Hashgains for best dash mining pool. Hashgains provides one of the best dash mining plans along with low maintenance fees per Gh/s as well as free setup plan with the contract duration of of 24 Months.
 

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I would suggest you to choose Hashgains for best dash mining pool. Hashgains provides one of the best dash mining plans along with low maintenance fees per Gh/s as well as free setup plan with the contract duration of of 24 Months.
Mining contract? Our reference to mining pool is linked to mining with DASH Asic miners.
 

Daniel Bracha

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I'm new to cryptocurrency and would really appreciate someone's help.
Can someone please explain to me how do pools work? Does it matter where the pool is (country/continent)? What's the best pool? And how to connect an ASIC unit to a mining pool?
 

Etin

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I'm new to cryptocurrency and would really appreciate someone's help.
Can someone please explain to me how do pools work? Does it matter where the pool is (country/continent)? What's the best pool? And how to connect an ASIC unit to a mining pool?
I do not believe in reinventing the wheel so :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mining_pool. To the next part.
  1. To start mining you should have a wallet for the coin you are mining or the coin you would be paid in. (NiceHash would only payout in Bitcoins)
  2. Register with the mining pool - create account and Worker (worker unique reference to differentiate each of your miners in a case where you have many or miner different co
  3. Generate or get the connection details for the pool you registered in it would look like "stratum+tcp://dash80.suprnova.cc:80"
  4. Test the connection to the various ports provided by the Pool and choose the one that is faster and with less latency. Closer is usually better.
  5. Connect your ASIC miner to the internet using a ethernet cable.
  6. Get to the Miner configuration page: Enter your mining Pool Port details, user name and password word (many pools just use 'x'
  7. Please note some Pools require you enter your wallet address as username some pools do not require any account creation you just enter the port details to mine with them and you wallet address for payments. (p2pool)
  8. Its a great idea to try out several so you know which one works best and you have back up pools.
 

worcsminer

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I had my 2x D3 Antminers arrive yesterday, currently Hashing at around 34.8GH/s combined..

I am currently on Suprnova, I have only earned 0.243Dash in 24Hrs.

Using the the calculators ( I understand they can be a long way out) I should be earning around 0.6 Dash a day (Crytocompare and coinwarez both similar) even Suprnova has my daily earnings at 0.440 Dash, but my D3's have been running 24 hours and I have only earned 0.243 Dash.

What is everyone else earning in their mining pools... for a similar Hashing power per day...

Is this a pool issue or just the increase in difficulty...??