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jtmining17 last won the day on February 11 2018

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  1. Check your transactions list in your wallet, it should show if it was orphaned.
  2. Yes you are mining fine, as long as ccminer is showing you hashrates and block updates. You’ll see a ‘yay’ if you solve any blocks. I used to solo mine but with so many people in the pools now, 1000+, it’s getting harder and harder to make a profit on it.
  3. try completely deleting all data and reinstalling the wallet... I don't run linux but i'm almost positive you can build your wallet from the data of the site. Make sure you are using the 2.0 wallet!!! don't be afraid to look around the forums, plenty of help is already availible https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases
  4. march 14th 6:55PM 6:55pm GMT wallet address is in my profile if needed
  5. is staking enabled in your denarius.conf ? check this thread here. I had similar issues when i first started. https://denariustalk.org/index.php?/topic/95-wallet-does-not-stake/
  6. So am I still good with my update or do I need to redownload? Seems to be running good. Edit: Nevermind, i need to think before replying sometimes... Need a way to delete my own posts lol
  7. Im referring to a permanent OC setting on my cards not having afterburner load everytime windows starts up. I already have that setup to happen, but if a card or driver crash happens, my miner is configured to restart, but it restarts at full power and default settings, not my normal tweaked settings.
  8. Do you have multiple receiving addresses in your wallet? (If you don't want the 87DNR i'll be more than happy to provide a happy safe home for it)
  9. @Vagumera What rush is referring to is the 51% vulnerability in a blockchain. Essentially what can happen is if someone has 51% or more (a majority) of the hashing power of the network, they control the network and can do evil things and falsify information as they outnumber everyone else's vote on whether a block is legitimate or not.
  10. WOOHOO! Good job Carsen and anyone else who helped behind the scenes! PS: if links above are giving you an issue try here, brings you to the main directory https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases
  11. Most people use cheap celerons and a single stick of ram. The pc specs don't matter. It's all in your gfx cards
  12. You can use various cards nvidia and amd mixed. It becomes a bit of a mess getting everything together drivers, multiple mining programs, etc. if theyre at least all one brand it simplifies things a lot. I personally matched all my cards exactly. You definitely went high end on the pc specs for your rig. I have a cannibal computer running my 5 1060s and its running great. Key things are low power consumption and high hashrate. Specs here
  13. Question for those with a bit more technically inclined than myself... Is there a way or even a config that can be made so that when a gpu driver crash occurs that it reloads the power and core settings that i have set before the crash? I'm using MSI Afterburner on my cards with a fairly aggressive overclock. +150 core +250 mem 70% power. The issue being is that if it decides to go unstable (randomly at that), i then have to reset everything to get the OC to go back into the system cleanly.
  14. Look into a GTX 1060 6gb. You can get 40m/h for 90watts. They can be found for about $330usd. Its a bit of a markup from prices a few months back but still not bad.
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