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crypmine

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GTX1050...How will I figure out what went wrong ?
« on: July 27, 2017, 04:54:15 pm »
This is how it looks currently
 
http://imgur.com/a/fyNpF

On my console it is still showing 0 hashes/sec and so I am a bit skeptical about getting mined coins in my wallet. I encountered both of them well known problems associated with nvidia cards earliar and after updating my CUDA driver and Spreadcoin config file in %appdata%, I got the miner working somehow. In order to do so I had to set my rpc user as my spreadcoin wallet address and password is what I chose as the passphrase for this wallet. did i set the username right ?

Also if after 5 days of mining I do not see any block confirmation, How will I find out the error ??

While I was running " Trial and Error" on my miner I found out that even if i remove the miningpriv key from config file, the miner was working fine and irrespective of any username i chose it would still be working as normal. Isn't this weird ?

this is how i config it : is this correct ?

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rpcuser=**mywalletadress**
rpcpassword=**mywalletpassphrase**
rpcport=41677
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
server=1
listen=1
miningprivkey=7*******************************

addnode=5.35.253.206
addnode=94.23.23.194
addnode=52.17.253.8
addnode=37.59.18.108

Is there any way possible for me to just check whether or not the miner is connected to my wallet or not and is actually working ?

This is the bat file for miner.
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spreadminer -o http://127.0.0.1:41677 -u **mywalletaddress** -p **mywalletpassphrase**

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Re: GTX1050...How will I figure out what went wrong ?
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2017, 07:55:49 am »
On my console it is still showing 0 hashes/sec and so I am a bit skeptical about getting mined coins in my wallet.

This is normal.
It would only show a hashes/sec in the debug window if you were to use the built-in CPU miner.
Wallet has no idea what your GPU miner does.

This is the bat file for miner.
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spreadminer -o http://127.0.0.1:41677 -u **mywalletaddress** -p **mywalletpassphrase**

Your setup looks fine, but your hashrate is small, so you'll have a hard time to find any blocks.
If you want you can add a -D to your bat file...

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spreadminer -o http://127.0.0.1:41677 -u **mywalletaddress** -p **mywalletpassphrase** -D

... this way it will enable DEBUG mode and show you more information.
You'll get something like
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DEBUG: got new work in XXX msecwhich is great since it tells you about the communication your wallet has with the miner.