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Your costs are not directly proportional to the hashrate of your pool, so with a percentage fee, the larger miners end up subsidizing the smaller ones. A fixed plus percentage fee would be better for both you and for larger miners. For example if you charged 0.5% + 0.005 eth/day of active mining, you'd get the same revenue from someone mining 1 eth/day. For small miners with just a single GPU you'd get more revenue, and for big miners with > 1GH/s, the fees could be low enough to keep them from dropping out of the pool to mine solo.
@work help me interpret this: here is my dashboard http://i.imgur.com/Sdhp8l5.png claymore says im hashing at 126 mh/s, and my graph confirms this to be around the average http://i.imgur.com/3JWWKgn.png
what is interesting though is that it seems at 11pm every night, my computer stops hashing? you can see it clearly in the middle, and then on the far left it looks like it did it last night as well. I don't know why it would do this.
@miningpoolhub tried using your pool for 6hrs and so far I am no where near my estimated earnings. So far earned - Ethereum 0.16671591 (6hrs)
Mined from ethermine.org and estimated earnings "never missed" per day.
per hour - .05
With your pool I am already behind .2+++
I might go back to ethermine.org if after 24hrs I do not get my earnings what I am supposed to get.
Any logic explanation/s???
BTW: your pool is like WEIPOOL that gives no where near the estimated earnings (MY OPINION ONLY).
Please correct me if I'm wrong.