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That pool doesn't seem to be maintained and I think possibly the payout script waits for a certain balance. But also less users on that pool they been moving to grcpool.com


-iFoggz Gridcoin CORE Developer

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grcpool pays more often, and gridcoin.co pays more money, Ithink because of the interest. if u run solo mining, too,  then grcpool might be better because of the staking at your wallet, if u beginner u should better take pool.gridcoin.co and not solomine.

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Some Years ago I have seen a list of Hardware (or maybe just CPUs) used for BOINC and how good it was. Like a Benchmark list. But unfortunately I cant find it anymore. Can anyone send me a link? ^^

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this pool is not maintained and out of date  the projects that are whitelisted are way out of date on it and paments are incorrect. grcpool.com  is up to date and https etc. they r the recommended pool


-iFoggz Gridcoin CORE Developer

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people may be active on the pool but the owner of it has everything automated and was last known as missing. There is lots of posts in this thread dating back many many months ago. A bunch have moved to the biggest pool grcpool.com. The owner of gridcoin.co pool has not updated the whitelist on there pool for payments etc. so some projects that are not whitlisted for a long time are being paid out while some are not. The pool wallet is being paid only for the proejcts that are actually whitelisted. then the pools automated system is doing payouts to users with incorrect whitelist. so payouts are smaller for users crunching the right projects that are on the gridcoin whitelist while others are being given a piece of that same pie for projects that are not whiletisted and not paid for in the gridcoin network.. grcpool.com is always up to date and pays out correctly.

 

also note grcpool.com pays daily in most cases

 

 

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-iFoggz Gridcoin CORE Developer

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Please go to grcpool.com if you are looking for a pool.

pool.gridcoin.co has been more or less abandoned by the administrator.

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6 hours ago, liketaurus said:

So, no chances to payouts?1f612.png

the payouts from gridcoin.co pool is every few weeks and incorrect. again as I have said in many posts that the pool has not updated its whitelist to match the GridCoin network whitelist. so some projects that are not in whitelist are being paid out by the pool still with funds earned from other projects that are whitelisted. so some getting grc where they should`t and others getting less grc then they should.

 

you will get a pay out even if u switch to www.grcpool.com (it`ll take some tiem for your mag on gridcoin.co`s pool to wind down) . on the positive note www.grcpool.com pays usually daily and on occasionally twice daily. so once u get your magnitude up there u will defiantly expect payments at regular intervals.


-iFoggz Gridcoin CORE Developer

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you will get a pay out even if u switch to www.grcpool.com...

How is it possible? I've already (actually yesterday, after reading your messages😀) switched to grcpool.com. And yes, my hosts have the same CPID's. But, I'm new to Gridcoin and maybe I just don't understand something - my balance on gridcoin.co is lost, right?

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