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FAQ

Most important! Lucky Pool is created by miners for miners. It's our highest priority to provide you with a transparent pool,
Where everything is tracable and nothing is hidden.
Our servers are located in Paris France, Directly connected to the US and the rest of Europe and Russia.

The pool fee is 0% because the owners of the service mine this currency. We do not have free servers. We do not have a free 1Gbps channel on each server. Therefore, if you liked our service, then we will be happy with small donations for the development of the service. The address for donations is YWzgNm1w7TMFY9H6fg9XV8nNWhqaf7LpgT.

We mine Yenten on different servers. There are servers that honestly pay earned but they are extremely unstable. There are servers that are stable and some even with registration on invites. But they dishonestly pay the reward to the miners. For example, on an honest service, 1 vorker earns 1-1.2 YTN per hour and on a dishonest 0.6-0.8 YTN. The statement about honesty can be erroneous. They are based only on statistical data

We run payouts every 1 hour.

This pool uses the following payout system. (PROP) Prop (Proportional) Payouts Explained. A proportional pool means miners are simply paid out when a block is found. No blocks, no payout! With a Prop pool the risk is all on the miners if it takes longer than expected to find a block then the miners earn less. On the flip side, if the pool is lucky (they will all average out the same eventually) the miners get more. This is in complete contrast to the PPS pool where there is no "Variance" Using made up data for simplicity, here’s an example: *A block is found after 100000 shares *You submitted 1000 of those shares (you have 1% of the pools total hash power) *There’s 50YTN per block Quite simply you will get 1% of the block = 0.5YTN. Now if the pool has a bad round (a round is the time taken to find a block) and it takes 200000 shares to find a block (twice as long) and you have submitted 2000 shares (as you’ve been mining twice as long), you still only get 1% of the block = 0.5YTN. This can also work in the miners favour too as if it takes half the time (50000 shares) to find a block and you submitted only 500 - again - 0.5YTN. Basically with a Prop pool you always get you percentage of the block and you win/lose depending on the “Luck” of the pool.

Coins generated by a block will not be available to you right away. They will take some time to be confirmed by the entire network before you are allowed to transfer them out of the pool. Usually coins have a confirmation set to 140. What that actually means: the network (not the pool) has to discover 140 additional blocks on top of the one found by the pool to confirm it. The amount of confirmations needed for each currency can be found inside every pool, From the menu: Statistics => Blocks.

Detached or Orphaned blocks are valid blocks which are not part of the main chain. They can occur naturally when two miners produce blocks at similar times or they can be caused by an attacker (with enough hashing power) attempting to reverse transactions.

Estimated payout is your estimated payout if a block is found at that time. This is an estimate according to your amount of shares submitted for the round(s).

Finding blocks is not an easy task. Since it would take a really long time on some coins, finding a block is broken down into shares. Depending on the server side setting, each share can be a certain difficulty. The more difficult each share is to find by miners, the fewer total shares are required to eventually find a block. On the server side, each share is checked against the coin daemon (a server side wallet with more features) if it is indeed a valid block solution. Every share computed has the potential to be a block solution. I will not go into details why this is, but rest assured that share estimates for blocks can sometimes be exceeded. In the long run though, shorter round with less shares than required will make up for those taking very long. Keep in mind: shares are not blocks! Shares are part of a block and will count towards the block payout! At times, you will see shares being rejected by the pool. This can happen if you try to send an outdated share right after a block was found. Stratum, a protocol used by a miner to request work from a server, is used for share submission and getting new work. It is very solid when it comes to avoiding rejects but they can still happen once in a while. If you are seeing reject all the time, then something isn't working right on your end. You may also notice that your hashrate on the pool website is not increasing while your invalid share count keeps climbing up. In that case turn off your miner and check your settings!

Double check your settings against our getting started page.

9 Out of 10 times the problem lies in the workername, double check your workername on missing capitals etc. Also make sure your miner is delivering shares accepted in the command screen, if you do not see any accepted shares our pool does not show any hashrate. In this case make sure the pool difficulty is not to high for your miner. You can check what difficutly is being used on a port here: getting started page. You can also set the difficulty yourself by using d="Your desired diff number" as your password in your miner software.

You should turn these steps off:
1. Register on the site Yenten Javascrypt Miner
2. Create a manner (set login and password for your site)
3. Insert the code for mining into the page of your site on which you want to place the miner.(code generator coming soon)
4. Start earning Yenten when viewing by your site visitors

When you add new worker(your site), additional options are available for each miner:
1. How many user's core use for mining(by default 1 core in 1 screen)
2. Timeout for start a mining(by default 0sec)
3. Duration of Mining(by default without limit)
4. Activate the line "Download Code"

All of your sites statistic available in Dashboard

Procedure the same as classic cpuminer.
You have 2 ways:
1. Download latest wallet software from Yenten site. Install it to your PC.
    Add your wallet address to Payment Address field in your Account Settings page.
2. Mine to your favorite exchange address.
    List of exchanges you can check on Yenten official site.

For set autostart of your mining software you need to make some steps.

For Windows users:
1. Create yenten.bat file with content : ./cpuminer-sse2.exe -t 1 -a  yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://yenten.luckypool.org:3333 -u Weblogin.WorkerName -p WorkerPassword
where:
t - numbers of CPU cores
Weblogin - your login 
WorkerName  - name of your worker
WorkerPassword - password of your worker
2. Put link to your yenten.bat file into your desctop(or other your favorit place)
3. Draw this shortcut to your autostart menu

For *nix users:
1. Make yenten.sh file with content:
#!/bin/bash
screen 
./cpuminer -t 1 -a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://yenten.luckypool.org:3333 -u Weblogin.WorkerName -p WorkerPassword
where:
t - numbers of CPU cores
Weblogin - your login
WorkerName - name of your worker
WorkerPassword - password of your worker
2. Edit your Cron Job
crontab -e
add this line
@reboot /patch/to/your/file/yenten.sh

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