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March 5, 2018 at 1:12 am #5565
Sorry, I’m using Google translator.
Hello. On my VPS there are free capacities. I there installed a platform for mining JSEcoin. The meining stops and a message appears:
“VPN / Proxy / Tor IP Address Detected
Sorry it is not currently possible to mine from an anonymous IP address. This may be because you are connected to the internet via:
A VPN (Virtual Private Network)
TOR Onion Router
To start mining please disconnect from your VPN / Proxy / Tor connection and use a valid IP address.
We have put these measures in place to prevent mining fraud.”
I do not use VPN / Proxy / Tor /. How can I fix this problem and continue the mining??
Thanks for the answer.March 5, 2018 at 7:41 am #5566
Yes it is because you are using a server to mine and we are only allowing browser clients. We don’t want to get in to a position where someone could potentially setup a server farm with lots of devices all mining on different accounts as this would ruin it for everyday users and would make the system no better than Bitcoin. I’ll update the error message to include virtual private servers.March 22, 2018 at 4:42 pm #5699
i have a question similar to this…. There are different home PCs connected to same incoming router in our building, can other people also mine with their own PC having their own account ? since i am also mining connected to same router, cable guy gives multiple homes from single router … this shouldn’t be consider as server farm ?March 26, 2018 at 7:43 am #5738
Hi Wali, you can do this but the rewards will be split between all users on the same IP address. So whoever finds a hash first in the household will get the ticket to that blocks lottery. This is to make sure there is no benefit to setting up multiple devices for end users. The drawback is that some large organizations such as schools/offices may have genuine multiple users but I think this is a fair price to pay to prevent the potential for fraud for allowing multiple device from the same IP.