@rds As long as @crowetic do not change the assignmemt address for .ninja we will se this movie again. You never know when @fanepatent need more money. Personally I will not join ninja as long as address is the same.
I will join in a bit ccminer pool.
Agree, the pool has to lock it's door. I'm at cc as well now.
There is a nonce calculator so that you can translate space into number of nonces https://forums.burst-team.us/topic/338/nonces-calculator-for-plotting-v3-0
For plotting it is not even needed to have the AIO open (as it uses some ram of your system)
you can go to
and edit the file RunThisAsAdmin.bat and specify there the starting nonce (-sn) and number of nonces (-n)
This is if you want to use the CPU plotter. Is is recommended to plot several files of perhaps less than 400 GB, so that in case something goes wrong and need to start over one looses less time.
I am currently plotting the three hard drives with gpuplotgenerator and it seems pretty reliable for the moment. I think the issues I had previously was maybe due to third party app to acess a ext4 partition on Windows 10.
So, for this time, I booted Ubuntu mate from a usb key and have been gernerating plots with an average of 28000 nounces / minute, 3 plot files at a time, 1TB each. In the end it is going to take around 40 hours to fill the 3 x 6TB hard drives.
@jhip626 i'm not sure if gpu plotting works with APUs, I think you need a discrete graphics card. Someone else with better knowledge regarding this should chime in though.
I have two machines, one has an integrated GPU and one is a real one. I choose to mine both with the GPU but plot with the Xplotter CPU style. My nonces/min, are 3000 on a $350 laptop and 8000 n/min on my bigger AMD machine.
Mostly members here are willing to send you some burst, but you need to provide accountID
Not if you change wallet, but if you change accountID. You can ask in this forum about linux. There is a GPU plotter. https://forums.burst-team.us/category/48/plotter
You are only mining if a mining/miner window is open.
@hgrh Exactly - you could theoretically win with any amount of space - my phone found one with < 200GB. But if you go to a pool for big miners, yes you'll get paid out if/when you finally hit a lock, but nothing until then. With pools for smaller miners you'll earn while looking for the Big One.