More details in app.
It would be great to see exactly what we are doing. Are we just verifying
transactions and if so for which crypto currency or are we actually mining and if mining exactly what are we mining. I am curious when I see a difficulty 50 and see no rejections and yet the 50 does not show up on the mining pool site. More data would be nice.
Thanks for your time.
AdminAlex (CEO / Founder, GroupFabric) commented
Whenever your miner solves a share at a difficulty it shows up on the mining pool site (also the Accepted count in your miner goes up).
The pool tries to adjust your difficulty so you find a share approximately every 20 seconds. When your miner is finding them faster the difficulty is increased, and when it is finding shares slower the difficulty is lowered.
This has the effect of minimizing the bandwidth and network load needed for mining. Higher difficulty values are credited with higher Satoshi amounts, but if your miner is not finding shares then the difficulty is lowered.
A share has to be completed / accepted before it can be credited, otherwise the miner hasn't completely solved the work.
Also, agree the display could be better, it's a by-product of the stats that are traditionally shown in miners but not-necessarily friendly to new users.