I was having a conflict between McAfee and Bravatek Tuitio AKA Appgaurd Solo. I had to completely remove McAfee in order to get the Chain up to date and the miner to work again. It was big hassle to straighten things out but I'm finally back to Bursting. THANK YOU!
strange - My browser view is different - I have to click the transaction to see the details - and then another click on "mulitple recipients" to see the actual receivers of a pool payout (in my case 5 were paid) - but the the transaction consisted of 3 payments
but its good to read that its worked on ...
trust me on this matter - but buying Asics and constantly having them up to date to be on par in BTC mining ... requires more money than buying another HDD in the 8 ... 12 TB region which come (with a little luck) at $150 to $250 on ebay - compared to like $2500 for an up to date Asic-rig which you can throw away after one or 2 years because its now inefficient - leaving energy costs aside
no you are wrong
NONCE Start 0 .. Number of nonces 100 -> goes from 0 to 99
Next Start 100 Number of nonces 100 -> goes from 100 to 199 .. you dont see those 99 , 199 and so on
If you use QBundle the "differential plotter" you get the same results .. it only takes 200 times longer than Turboplotter 9000 even in the non-pro version (provided you have GPU support and an SSD )
Simplest solution would be to use pool mining - except you have like thousands of TB of local HDD-space (ok .. some hundred TB would be probably sufficient for now - but the difficulty rises .. meaning the total capacity that burst "knows" )
Second way that comes to mind is to use an online-wallet .. as this makes it easier to relay your mined burst to one wallet
Sorry was interrupted by lunchbreak
Third and probably easiest .. Use the numeric account ID from the "qbundle PC" ... and assure that all plotted files are sequential
PC1 ... 0 to 1000
PC2 ..1001 to 2000
PC3 .. 2001 to 3000
PC4 .. 3001 to 4000
and so fort
@haitch Great stuff! That helps a lot. And thank you for a definitive answer.
It's a great hobby for me, which when just mining (not plotting) still leaves my computer very useable for other things. Burst on!