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Multiminer and Slushpool - what am I doing wrong? #353

rshoe opened this Issue Mar 9, 2018 · 2 comments


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rshoe commented Mar 9, 2018


I just started my mining journey 7 days ago so I believe that makes me an infant to this.
Despite all the reading and research I'm doing (trial and error with most of this), I cannot seem to get a good grasp of what slushpool is telling me. I know I have much more to learn but I think I am doing some things extremely wrong.
I am only running 1 gpu for now until i get a better understanding of this. my 'Worker States' seems to be in "off" all the time and my apparent 'estimated payout period' is constantly telling me something ridiculous like 88 years... I just feel like everything on my dashboard is reading very low and it might be because I have things set up wrong or that what I'm running is horrible.

I have attached a screenshot for an illustration of what I am typing about.

Just trying to reach out for a little (or a lot) help.
thank you



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JonVielhaber commented Mar 9, 2018

If you are mining with a single GPU, even if it's a top of the line 1080ti, that's probably about right. BTC is dominated by ASIC mining now (i.e. BitMain's AntMiners). My older S7's are going about 4.7TH/s and it was almost a month for a payout. GPU mining is probably better for some of the other coins at this point.


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zurylostboys commented Apr 9, 2018

already sluchpool mention in they help section here you can read here
First of all you need specialized hardware (ASIC miner)

Do not even try mining without an ASIC miner. Neither your CPU/GPU nor your Smart phone is sufficient for mining anymore. It is considered dead and unprofitable due to low efficiency (hash rate vs. power consumption).

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