@ciscler Yep, same for me ... but as long as you do not run into memory issue, it will at least work. Now it is on you, how fast you get your plots converted. Best case would be to maybe convert up to 50% until the fork happens, and than convert the other 50% after it to reach normal scantimes again. Thats at least my strategy so far.
@shirotama I've not used minerpp - I only have one Linux based box, and Creepminer works great on it. You might want to ask about your CreepMiner issue over on their Discord: https://discord.gg/FXANZ5k
@haitch said in Re-plot?:
@tinycoins a replot is not required - there are tools to convert existing plots into PoC2 format.
Hi do you know how long it take to convert plots for every TB ?
btw is it possible to still mining using old plots that not yet being converted??
thank you for your information
@viewtek Try https://faucet.burstpay.net/ - use the Burst to join a pool NOT to set your name.
13TB is not enough to solo mine - you don't want to think about it with under 200TB.
As for a pool, I'm biased ( ) but: http://pool.burst-team.us:8080/
ok so i try again and now its successful, i am just using compiled version and using ubuntu 16.04 instead 14.04
but now seems its only have half speed than using blagominer, is that something i should do to maximize the speed? im using default config and my PC is 4 core and 8 gb ram
since this different topic, should i open new thread instead guys? thank you
0-100 The winner of the block does not take away nothing, only the proportional part like all the other miners in the pool.
50-50 The winner of the block wins 50% and the rest is shared among all the pool miners.
100-0 The winner of the block takes it all, it's as if he mined alone
Think it is so
@myim1974 The format of the file name is:
It's Account_field1_field2_field3 - so next file must be >= field1 + field2
Crypto Guru 0-100
Burst Team U.S.A. 0-100
Those three I recommend due to their legacy and hashing capacity. @mustangchefe and anyone with smallish capacity you will need to wait for the value of burst to surge for small amounts of coin to really appreciate your efforts perhaps to buy more capacity?
There's a plethora of second-hand disks for sale and or auction on eBay, amazon etc., new drives aren't essential because plots are written to disk once and read forever after by the miner so any hard disk would last beyond ordinary use.
New disks are best purchased from profits as a way to further invest and secondhand ones are ideal to get into the hash power..... and its less disappointing for beginners. like many or all other coins the block difficulty goes up due to mining popularity. THE POOLS I'VE RECOMMENDED ARE GOOD FOR MINERS UP TO 50TB and there are 50-50 pools for larger. those over 150tb i'd recommend the 100-0 pools or even solo mine.