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1  Bitcoin / Pools / Slush's pool block notification on: October 08, 2013, 11:56:24 AM
Hello,
I have written a small python script that sends a system notification whenever a new block was found on slush's pool.
You can check it out here => https://github.com/stylesuxx/slush-block-notification
You only need your API token from the pools account page and you are ready to go.

This *should* work cross platform, although I have not tested it on win and mac. So if anyone does, let me know if it works.

Feedback is appreciated. Also I take feature requests.
2  Local / Treffen / Wien on: September 24, 2013, 04:27:26 PM
Holla,
mich würde interessieren ob hier auch Wiener Bitcoin Aficionados anwesend sind und ob es vielleicht schon einen Stammtisch gibt, bzw falls es den nicht gibt, Interesse an einem bestünde.

Wenn es bereits einen gibt würde ich mich über Infos dazu freuen.
3  Other / Beginners & Help / Luck hopping on: September 09, 2013, 03:44:56 PM
Hello,
I started mining a couple of days and since it is always more fun to do things in groups I joined slush's pool.

Now I could observe that whenever the Luck goes up the cluster performance goes up to. So I guess there are people watching the pools luck and joining the pool that is most lucky. In fact I don't think that they physical are watching the luck but rather that a script is choosing the pool with the best luck for the next block.

I would be interested which scripts are used for luck hopping and if it really increases the reward. I mean, just because the pool had good luck the last couple of hours does not mean that the next block will also be solved that fast - otherwise it would not be called luck,....

So yeah basically I am interested in luck hopping scripts and the percental more gain you can get from hopping.

Cheers,
Chris
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