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Vaz

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  1. Awesome, thanx for the reply - all looks good and I've finally staked again!! Thanx for the help dudes
  2. Hi Guys, My Internet connection had been down for a week, connected again, got crazy fork stuff happening, saw this thread I've upgraded to the latest wallet, but even with 38 connections to the network was still 'offline' and couldn't stake. I rebuilt the blockchain (2 days later) and now I'm back, but with the following: blocks 1151711 Difficulty 0.178 Have I been forked again? - I'm staking again at least, but haven't had a payout for a while Thanx VAZ
  3. Hey Mr Wood Mining has been going OK. And I have a new PC on the way to help boost my Mag - it fluctuates between 8 and 20 - I'm still looking for a GPU only project to share some time with SETI. I've mined approx 600 GRC, and have 'paid it forward' the 500 GRC you sent to me in 3 different transactions to 3 users. Hope you are well and that your mining progresses at a great pace VAZ
  4. You can also 'force' it to report by selecting the project and click on the UPDATE button VAZ
  5. Depends why you're BIONCing For straight out Mag, seti is awful. check out gridcoin.io - they have a graph showing 'best' project by Mag VAZ
  6. I'm in it for the glory of having my CPU find alien life! Just joking VAZ
  7. Magnitude = 1.00

    Hey Taucher, If you go to gridcoin.io they have a chart showing 'potential' RAC per project that they are achieving on their Xeon server. Might be an idea to change to a more productive project if you want a better RAC VAZ
  8. Hi BigD87, You've been 'forked'. Not uncommon, a bit of a pain. What happens... 2 wallets create a block at EXACTLY the same time. Lots of clients see one block, fewer see the other. The fewer are considered a 'fork'. Things progress 'normally' on BOTH the fork and the main chain. Those on the 'fork' will see many more 'stakes' than normal because there are so few clents on the fork. Eventually (can take days) all the clients in the WHOLE CHAIN realise there is a problem and those on the fork are 'rolled back' to the main chain. Hope some of that makes sense. With 280 GRC you should never see 2 'mining' transactions in a week. maybe once every 2 months? Maybe With 5000GRC I would mine once a week Cheers VAZ
  9. What Next?

    Yes they do I'm a big Seti supporter but it's Mag/RAC is low. Universe has a better Mag/RAC per CPU time and so do a few others. There is a chart on the main page of gridcoin.io that demonstrates this Cheers VAZ
  10. What Next?

    Wim, Mag is what's happening on BOINC - rule of thumb is your RAC / 1000 is approx your MAG - it determines how much you get 'paid' when you stake Lots of GRC - stake more often High MAG - get paid more when you do stake VAZ
  11. What Next?

    Pool is probably OK for you for now. Here's my SOLO figures for comparison 17000 GRC 20.00 Mag Earn approx 5 GRC a day - sometimes I mine 3 times in one day - sometimes I don't mine for three days. When I had 5000GRC I would mine approx once a week for approx 10 GRC weekly Hope that helps VAZ
  12. Necessary, no, but if you want to 'mine' GRC then yes. Basically if your wallet is connected to the Inet then you are saying "I am available to 'make' a block" - the longer you are connected the more chance you have of 'making' that block and earning GRC VAZ
  13. Noob itching to stake

    Well done, I haven't mined since you started - are you taking all the coin? HAHA I like BOINCing seti but it's RAC is V low, maybe it's time to find a project to share CPU time with seti VAZ
  14. Noob itching to stake

    Awesome that it's fixed for you - I'm guessing your mining twice a day??? I had my first 2 mines in 1 day this week followed by 3 mines in 24 hours! Now to get my Mag up so I mine a few more GRC VAZ
  15. Noob itching to stake

    Just saw your post in the Tech forum - "...smart dude..." <blush> But not smart enough to fix it :(
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