Yes, our pool supports this feature.
In order to start MoneroV on the stock exchange purse, you need to specify the paymentID that you received at the exchange. First you specify the address and after, through the symbol “@” paymentID. it will look like this:
Unfortunately, this is a very common problem on this exchange. Coins can “hang” for quite a while. But do not worry, they will in any case reach.
If you want, you can write to the support team, but they usually answer for a long time and during this time coins are usually credited.
You should also pay attention to when the purses are in the maintenance mode. The wallet becomes inactive for any operation (input / output), and when you hover the mouse cursor on it, a message is displayed that corresponds to its current state (service, there is no connection with peers, etc.). The list of all active / inactive wallets on the Exchange Cryptopia you can always look at this link: CoinInfo.
To do this, in your configuration file, immediately after the purse address, you must put a “+” sign and write a value for the complexity. Example for the XMRig Miner:
In the XMV coin, developers have implemented the advanced algorithm CryptoNightV7. Did this primarily to protect against asic-devices
For the Xmrig in the config.json file:
For mining through Claymore AMD graphics cards, and also with the help of CPU, in the batch file at the end we insert the command:
This situation is quite possible on coins with a weak hash of the pool or if you are the only miner there. You get coins for block decisions. If during the time of mining, not a single block was found, then you will not receive any rewards either. By this principle, any mining pool works.
Therefore, when choosing a coin for mining objectively evaluate your capacities and capacities already available on the pool. This will directly depend on your profit.
Indeed, at some points in time, the Pirl coin rate may differ significantly from the usual one, for example, on the same Cryptopia exchange.
This is due to the fact that the pool is taken from the coinmarketcap service, and it in turn provides the price from the exchange with the highest current trading volume. And recently Pirl went to such a stock exchange – it’s Turkish https://sistemkoin.com/. Very often, the volume of trading Pirl take off and the price accordingly. Hence the displayed course.
A similar problem occurs in 99% of cases due to the fault of the user. What should be done in this case:
- Perhaps you are looking for yourself in the wrong window / not on that bullet (meaning the page);
- You made a mistake when entering the address in the search box;
- Incorrectly configured your miner to work with.
In a normal situation, you should see the data for your master in 3-5 minutes after connecting to the pool. If the data is not longer, then it is worth taking the steps described above. If nothing has helped, contact the pool administrator.
Yes, you can. Our pool supports mining on any of the exchanges.
Even if you see this warning: “WARNING! Please do not mine to your Cryptopia addresses, We do not support transactions from pools like P2Pool etc.” – this should not frighten you. The pool works through the Stratum protocol.
The pool is fully compatible for mining with popular rental services – Nicehash / Miningrigrentals. For detailed information on how to connect to each of the coins, see “Settings”.
This is due to the fact that your program-miner does not pass its hash values to the pool, and the pool simply considers the balls that your hardware solves and, based on their complexity and processing frequency, forms a hashtream for display on the pool.
Typically, the hashreit can differ significantly if the complexity of the ball is too high or vice versa, too low. Therefore, if you are embarrassed by the pool, first check whether the port for connection is correctly selected and the complexity on it. If necessary, set a fixed complexity.
Blockexplorer is a database for all blocks, transactions and addresses (wallets) of a single crypto currency. Its main purpose is to track the movement of funds through transactions (amount, sender address, destination address, time in which block the transaction is going, etc.)
Most explorers allow you to view information on any transactions and addresses, and for example, the XMV or XMR explorer allows you to view detailed information only at your own address. But such restrictions are connected with the policy of the project itself (anonymity).
For clarity, on the screenshot below Blockexplorer MoneroV. Or by link.