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POOL PAYMENT SENT TWICE - Our pool sent some payment twice to a few users can you please check your wallets and see if you are one of them. Please send the second payment back to this address: 44v6fSRKQSMDAaS3zRXNvDJng6zoLuENaEgPQBZtXksEBxu7Ue3ttf9XZG8idJc6PAaQNck22xS9DYsdCEfB6EpPUmveg8y
Please remember that mined blocks need to mature so your balance will only update after they are fully matured or unlocked.
You can also set your minimum payout level down to 0.3XMV or up to 200 XMV. Just visit your dashboard and click the "Edit" link beside your Minimum payout.
If you cant see your mined coins on your XMV wallet, just reimport your keys again and make sure that your wallet is synchronized your GUI should report the same blockheight as reported on the explorer: https://monerovexplorer.com/
3 дня синькаласть в итоге, какая то херня. в статусе демона написано
Height: 1565026/1565026 (100.0%) on mainnet, not mining, net hash 0 H/s, v8, up to date, 5(out)+1(in) connections, uptime 0d 0h 15m 4s
Who wants to win 200 XMV?
Giving away 200 XMV to a random active miner on XMV! (plus a little extra to cover fees)
The winner will be chosen at a random time during the month
Must be an active miner on our pool (https://xmv.codpool.com/)
Must have received at least 1 payment to validate your mining and address
Must provide your miner address (to notifiy you) in our Reddit Post for the giveaway (https://goo.gl/vqo84U)
Must be a member of our Discord Channel (https://discord.gg/TPWVQPp)
Monero Under Increased Risk of 51% Attack, Warns Binance Report!The hard fork MoneroV is released to stop spam attacks on the network and prevent ASIC miningThe hard fork will knock out ASIC miners on the Monero networkhttps://beincrypto.com/binance-research-releases-report-on-moneros-latest-fork/
More specifically, efficient mining requires: 64-bit architecture IEEE 754 compliant floating point unit Hardware AES support (AES-NI extension for x86, Cryptography extensions for ARMv8) 16 KiB of L1 cache, 256 KiB of L2 cache and 2 MiB of L3 cache per mining thread Support for large memory pages At least 2.5 GiB of free RAM per NUMA node Multiple memory channels may be required: DDR3 memory is limited to about 1500-2000 H/s per channel (depending on frequency and timings) DDR4 memory is limited to about 4000-6000 H/s per channel (depending on frequency and timings)