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#21
(2017-09-17, 5:47:28 pm)HXY Wrote:  First I thought that we have to mine with the provided VPS.


"Just login and leave the VPS panel page open. The miner automatically works on free accounts. You need to mine atleast 100,000 (100k) hashes per day."

But does it mean that we have to mine on our desktop PC and it runs inside the web browser?

Yes, that's how it works. Benches have shown that the JS miner is about 10x slower than a CPU miner. Coincidentally, it also happens that he uses the same software that TPB is using.
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#22
Doesn't this sorta not make it free anymore? I mean now we're just paying the host indirectly with CPU power. I don't like it. But the host provides way too little resources anyway, doesn't really work well...
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#23
I don't think it is worth running a miner for such low-spec VPS. There might be people who might use it for unknown reason anyways.
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#24
(2017-09-18, 1:23:06 am)karatekidmonkey Wrote:  Yes, that's how it works. Benches have shown that the JS miner is about 10x slower than a CPU miner. Coincidentally, it also happens that he uses the same software that TPB is using.

Actually it's only 1.2x slower. Also TPB is acting scummy for trying to slyly mine without users' knowledge -- which is not right.
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#25
(2017-09-19, 6:25:33 am)Anonman Wrote:  Actually it's only 1.2x slower. Also TPB is acting scummy for trying to slyly mine without users' knowledge -- which is not right.

1.2x? That doesn't seem right. On my computer, I get about 20H/s with CoinHive and about 250H/s with XMRig, which is a 12.5x increase in performance.

Edit: I just tested on an AWS c3.2xlarge instance. CoinHive gives me 50H/s and XMRig gives me 300H/s, a 6x increase in performance.
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(2017-09-19, 7:13:21 am)karatekidmonkey Wrote:  1.2x? That doesn't seem right. On my computer, I get about 20H/s with CoinHive and about 250H/s with XMRig, which is a 12.5x increase in performance.

Edit: I just tested on an AWS c3.2xlarge instance. CoinHive gives me 50H/s and XMRig gives me 300H/s, a 6x increase in performance.

Well, you're limited to the capabilities of JS and Chrome's handling of JS.
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#27
(2017-09-20, 2:35:16 am)doghouch Wrote:  Well, you're limited to the capabilities of JS and Chrome's handling of JS.

Yes, I'm aware, I was stating that the difference between CoinHive and XMRig is much more than @Anonman stated.
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#28
(2017-09-20, 5:06:50 am)karatekidmonkey Wrote:  Yes, I'm aware, I was stating that the difference between CoinHive and XMRig is much more than @Anonman stated.

Bummer that people think that crypto mining can be put off as "proof of work human verification..." It doesn't really prove if one is a human or not, rather if you're willing to sacrifice computing power.
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#29
(2017-09-20, 2:35:16 am)doghouch Wrote:  Well, you're limited to the capabilities of JS and Chrome's handling of JS.

Uhm... Not really. Since you can compile raw assembly code in browsers nowadays. You're no longer limited by things from the past. And i presume that's why the competition has a faster implementation. I'll have to check when i get home to be sure.
#30
How is it free now when I need to Pay when I need to run the VPS? The VPS also keeps on going down and needed to re-rerun before?




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