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Anyone got solid data on hash rates? Currently I have a hash rate of 770 H/s on a single RX 570 that is pulling almost 2 MCN every 3 minutes via MinerGate...... What are overs achieving?

A calculator will not be hard to build once we have some stats on this, I'm sure I can pull more accurate stats from both CPU and GPU mining here.

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Hej Jarad, This is interesting. You need the current difficulty level. This changes very frequently and at irregular intervals.
How can we get a reliable link to this level of difficulty? The actual hashing in the Minergate almost always differs from the hashing of your own hardware.
Excuse my English. It's horrible.
 
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You can get this through the JSON RPC interface. I believe you simply call /getinfo with the following raw data posted:

{

  "jsonrpc" : "2.0"

}

 

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The best for a calculator seems to be Whattomine.com : they got hashrate and consumption for some card on each algorithm, but the problem is that there isn't the Mcn coins... Probably it's possible to talk with a support of the website to implant the coin or at least have the process to calcul earning, because i don't really know how the difficulty is a factor on the calcul 

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17 minutes ago, Alx282 said:

The best for a calculator seems to be Whattomine.com : they got hashrate and consumption for some card on each algorithm, but the problem is that there isn't the Mcn coins... Probably it's possible to talk with a support of the website to implant the coin or at least have the process to calcul earning, because i don't really know how the difficulty is a factor on the calcul 

that's a good idea
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I find this to calculate earning : 

((hashrate*(1-((fees)/100)))/((difficulty*1e9)))*blockReward*3600

If i try with my hardware: 

((250*(1-(15/100)))/((7.39*1e9)))*(log2(7390000)*240)*3600

Which give us 0.556 mcn par Hours, strange because i got much mcn par hours :(

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1 hour ago, Alx282 said:

I find this to calculate earning : 


((hashrate*(1-((fees)/100)))/((difficulty*1e9)))*blockReward*3600

If i try with my hardware: 


((250*(1-(15/100)))/((7.39*1e9)))*(log2(7390000)*240)*3600

Which give us 0.556 mcn par Hours, strange because i got much mcn par hours :(

The minergate calculation is quite accurate, they use:

Reward = ((hashrate * block_reward) / current_difficulty) * (1 - pool_fee) * 3600

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6 minutes ago, Alx282 said:

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Look like don't working :(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(

2.3 coins per hour is quite accurate right? I also have about 250 h/s and get between 2 and 2.5 coins per hour.

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à l’instant, johnJohnsson a dit :

2.3 coins per hour is quite accurate right? I also have about 250 h/s and get between 2 and 2.5 coins per hour.

It's write 230287 coins per hour, probably i got a wrong factor 

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3 minutes ago, Alx282 said:

It's write 230287 coins per hour, probably i got a wrong factor 

2.3 coins per hour;). Look at block reward has 7 digits before the comma and your number 6. Well, the block reward for one block is about 25 mcn (in this case 22) See my calculation?

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il y a 4 minutes, johnJohnsson a dit :

 

2.3 coins per hour;). Look at block reward has 7 digits before the comma and your number 6. Well, the block reward for one block is about 25 mcn (in this case 22) See my calculation?

25Mcn per block? I calculate 2224611 with Log2(Difficulty)

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