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February 26, 2018, 12:34:50 PM
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Which pool you use ?  Huh
I can tell by the printout that it's NOMP or a fork of it.  Wink

Sorry man I didn't get your answer about the pool you using  Huh
I am using lycheebit pool but not many blocks founds  Sad and that why I am asking Grin

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NOMP is a pool software ran locally (usually for solo mining).

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February 27, 2018, 04:00:30 PM
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I mined 6 blocks this morning; however, only 5 paid block rewards. In each of the 5 blocks that paid, the reward tx was in the next block.
In the block that was found and not paid (000000000000001fb16ef7577c145423c214044e78993aff23d20050a06710c9), the next block contains only a "NONSTANDARD" tx and a proof of stake payment.

I am pretty baffled--this sure seems like a bug in the currency itself. Now granted, this is only about $7 worth of coins, but my margins are slim doing this kind of mining and losing ~17% of rewards makes it not profitable for me.

For reference, my mining address is P9JqSckAnXkg4qzf6eAS9tQ2u7qPbBbwyX. Here is the log from my pool in which I found the 6 blocks:

2018-02-21 08:46:52 [Pool]      [universal currency] (Thread 2) Block found: e346f0993c03aacdb4c54a178b75204b6898d8e58422a99c8f4a2be278c66eda
2018-02-21 08:47:40 [Pool]      [universal currency] (Thread 1) Block found: 0000000000000010480408fc3e72541f8111c2966be141bfef3a645ea1f6e184
2018-02-21 08:50:54 [Pool]      [universal currency] (Thread 1) Block found: 6285fe2017d11474f39072d955bbbd3f218dcad7931fc813ca3e85830fafab95
2018-02-21 08:52:12 [Pool]      [universal currency] (Thread 1) Block found: 000000000000001fb16ef7577c145423c214044e78993aff23d20050a06710c9
2018-02-21 08:52:32 [Pool]      [universal currency] (Thread 1) Block found: 0000000000000016614c594bdab2e85b40900307f2b0d2326ab318aefa31adfd
2018-02-21 08:52:50 [Pool]      [universal currency] (Thread 1) Block found: 0000000000000013f0f483849f600f1ed2ef0bc426a1239193e01274d32810ab

Anyone who can show me where the block reward was paid for that block?

[EDIT]
I think the block that paid the reward was orphaned:
REORGANIZE: Disconnect 1 blocks; 000000000000001fb16e..000000000000001c8716
REORGANIZE: Connect 2 blocks; 000000000000001fb16e..0000000000000016614c
REORGANIZE: done

Is that possible? If so, wow, that sucks for me.


Which pool you use ?  Huh

I'm running my own pool.
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February 27, 2018, 04:16:01 PM
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Today I mined 7 blocks but got rewards for only 5. Apparently the blocks paying the reward are often getting orphaned. It's like double jeopardy--both the block I mine AND the block paying the reward have a significant chance of being orphaned--and either way I don't get paid. I'm currently seeing 25%+ of my rewards get orphaned.

I guess I will just stop mining Universal.

Today's mined blocks (* indicates reward not paid):

Block found: 000000000000000de41d4c24d5d6823b20cc5f8019100493e269f65e8ff7a7dc
Block found: 0000000000000011a2b931268e96e6fa65ac78dc76b8714b8309e96728cd707d*
Block found: 0000000000000011015daea1000bdf10d22074c553048002f54af1486376a42f
Block found: 4a1627069d23ac5ef755897462badfba3c34bf75a95147a0143b51aeb5bbc703
Block found: 30d513118d98307aaa5859bd0020ec21fc717400108d77caf2f48d11b0aac74c
Block found: 9f1a13fc34fd303221a80091439a189eaae401f218f0fad6c2773366687c48b9*
Block found: 00000000000000051216f13a9e046dcf97d9f47137f71c1430b3508d4f4e5f34

I am wondering if this is true for all "fast" coins? I also mine DGB but have not noticed this happen with that currency. I will keep a closer eye on it...
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February 27, 2018, 06:28:52 PM
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...I guess I will just stop mining Universal...
My suggestion for you would be to stop mining completely until you understand Bitcoin "lingo", what mining is, and how mining works. But, that's just my 2¢

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February 27, 2018, 10:04:37 PM
Last edit: February 27, 2018, 10:18:57 PM by FloridaBear
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...I guess I will just stop mining Universal...
My suggestion for you would be to stop mining completely until you understand Bitcoin "lingo", what mining is, and how mining works. But, that's just my 2¢

LOL. Thanks for the advice  Roll Eyes

EDIT: What "lingo" do I not understand, exactly? My point is that there is a ridiculously high orphan rate for Universal, which throws off my profitability calculations. FYI, been mining since GPUs could profitably mine bitcoin.
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February 28, 2018, 05:56:59 AM
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... What "lingo" do I not understand, exactly? ...
Well, we can start with the word "reward" and go from there...  Roll Eyes
Today I mined 7 blocks but got rewards for only 5. Apparently the blocks paying the reward are often getting orphaned...
If that were true, you'd have 5-7 orphans and not 2...Because, Bitcoin!

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February 28, 2018, 09:05:27 AM
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this coin definitely has some wallet issues (to sum up the last 67 pages so anyone new doesnt have to read them all)

i've ran logs on my firewall and it is most likely a port issue, but the LCC wallet and lots of other altcoin wallets don't face the same "need to open up ports" issue this wallet does. 

if there is any active dev communication with the development team that created UNIT (telegram group?) please post here. 

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February 28, 2018, 10:51:33 AM
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I can't send UNIT from Yobit and Cryptopia. Status "In pending". Has anyone same problems?
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February 28, 2018, 04:03:16 PM
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Well, we can start with the word "reward" and go from there...  Roll Eyes

block reward: The amount that miners may claim as a reward for creating a block. [Bitcoin Glossary]
Perhaps you were upset that I used "reward" instead of "block reward." Not sure what your issue is here.

If that were true, you'd have 5-7 orphans and not 2...Because, Bitcoin!

I was pretty clear in my post. I mined 7 blocks, all of which are in the blockchain. However, 2 of the rewards were not paid--the blocks that should have paid the rewards were orphaned.

Are you sure you know how the blockchain works?
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February 28, 2018, 04:19:52 PM
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I mined 7 blocks, all of which are in the blockchain. However, 2 of the rewards were not paid--the blocks that should have paid the rewards were orphaned.

Are you sure you know how the blockchain works?

Again, "the blocks that should have paid the rewards were orphaned" is wrong, because all 7 "should have paid the rewards". If "the blocks that should have paid the rewards were orphaned", then all 7 would be orphaned. Because, "rewards" and Bitcoin!

Are you sure you know how English works?

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February 28, 2018, 04:29:49 PM
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I mined 7 blocks, all of which are in the blockchain. However, 2 of the rewards were not paid--the blocks that should have paid the rewards were orphaned.

Are you sure you know how the blockchain works?

Again, "the blocks that should have paid the rewards were orphaned" is wrong, because all 7 "should have paid the rewards". If "the blocks that should have paid the rewards were orphaned", then all 7 would be orphaned. Because, "rewards" and Bitcoin!

Are you sure you know how English works?

OK, now you're just being a dick (well you were being a dick before, but I didn't call you out). I mined 7 blocks. I posted the block hashes for all 7. Two of them DID NOT PAY the block rewards. I was trying to understand why I did not receive block rewards for those two blocks. Did you even try to look at the blockchain or help in some way? Nope, just accused me of not understanding mining or the "lingo."

No idea why you keep saying Because, "rewards" and Bitcoin! Makes you look like an idiot TBH.

Still waiting for the "lingo" I used incorrectly.
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February 28, 2018, 05:20:41 PM
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...I mined 7 blocks. I posted the block hashes for all 7. Two of them DID NOT PAY the block rewards. I was trying to understand why I did not receive block rewards for those two blocks...
You can call me a "dick" all you want, that doesn't change the fact that "because, Bitcoin" is the answer to your question (even if you choose to ignorantly refuse to accept that factual answer).

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February 28, 2018, 06:21:49 PM
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...I mined 7 blocks. I posted the block hashes for all 7. Two of them DID NOT PAY the block rewards. I was trying to understand why I did not receive block rewards for those two blocks...
You can call me a "dick" all you want, that doesn't change the fact that "because, Bitcoin" is the answer to your question (even if you choose to ignorantly refuse to accept that factual answer).

Such a helpful response. I appreciate it--you are of course correct. Never mind that unlike "Bitcoin," Universal currency pays block rewards in the next block, not the mined block. That would have been a more helpful response. So really, "bitcoin" has NOTHING to do with this particular issue, because this is NOT POSSIBLE with bitcoin.

So thanks for nothing.

Still waiting on my incorrect "lingo."
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February 28, 2018, 07:35:47 PM
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...Universal currency pays block rewards in the next block, not the mined block...
Where, in the name of crypto, did you get that monkey feked idea? Seems the next lingo you need to learn is "coinbase transaction".  Roll Eyes

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February 28, 2018, 09:04:55 PM
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...Universal currency pays block rewards in the next block, not the mined block...
Where, in the name of crypto, did you get that monkey feked idea? Seems the next lingo you need to learn is "coinbase transaction".  Roll Eyes

Look at the UNIT blockchain and get back to me.
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February 28, 2018, 09:34:27 PM
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...Universal currency pays block rewards in the next block, not the mined block...
Where, in the name of crypto, did you get that monkey feked idea? Seems the next lingo you need to learn is "coinbase transaction".  Roll Eyes

Look at the UNIT blockchain and get back to me.
What am I looking at/for, besides how wrong you are and how little you know?
Code:
{
  "hash": "000000000000001522ddc374c1f6547689b2c4da8c8cdb25aa2108e80f48762b",
  "confirmations": 3663,
  "size": 215,
  "height": 3011949,
  "version": 1,
  "merkleroot": "7548adb6f5a9c37f0f2276ca4fd3cfd57d51f782731bcc1ee4fb17585ad190ee",
  "mint": 5,
  "time": 1519753444,
  "nonce": 3372000353,
  "bits": "191d6e58",
  "difficulty": 145931070.7133584,
  "blocktrust": "8b2c3f17a9022be",
  "chaintrust": "bf951dd14a391409f5d",
  "previousblockhash": "b5b68e645e867e7b532679be479665a4b4ae67e867b171437597ed6d82a6c7ed",
  "nextblockhash": "cea230591b20646112d642f1ae67d15d965a3f1efad889197a77c776974800aa",
  "flags": "proof-of-work",
  "proofhash": "000000000000001522ddc374c1f6547689b2c4da8c8cdb25aa2108e80f48762b",
  "entropybit": 1,
  "modifier": "a35bca5aff92b1dc",
  "modifierchecksum": "fad402f7",
  "tx": [
    "7548adb6f5a9c37f0f2276ca4fd3cfd57d51f782731bcc1ee4fb17585ad190ee"
  ]
}
Code:
{
  "hex": "01000000e498955a010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff22036df52d04e598955a08380000001c3600000f2f436f6d707574657247656e69652f00000000010065cd1d0000000023210341454771f686b541fc25669e5ad4a1ee15e6b50e94b84de9db6b574b43750e65ac00000000",
  "txid": "7548adb6f5a9c37f0f2276ca4fd3cfd57d51f782731bcc1ee4fb17585ad190ee",
  "version": 1,
  "time": 1519753444,
  "locktime": 0,
  "vin": [
    {
      "coinbase": "036df52d04e598955a08380000001c3600000f2f436f6d707574657247656e69652f",
      "sequence": 0
    }
  ],
  "vout": [
    {
      "value": 5,
      "n": 0,
      "scriptPubKey": {
        "asm": "0341454771f686b541fc25669e5ad4a1ee15e6b50e94b84de9db6b574b43750e65 OP_CHECKSIG",
        "reqSigs": 1,
        "type": "pubkey",
        "addresses": [
          "PMSmaRfChy6cKj9CrMzjeKNEHY9aeDU6DJ"
        ]
      }
    }
  ],
  "blockhash": "000000000000001522ddc374c1f6547689b2c4da8c8cdb25aa2108e80f48762b",
  "confirmations": 3660,
  "blocktime": 1519753444
}
coinbase hex converted to ASCII:
Code:
?m?-????Z?8????6???/ComputerGenie/
Because, Bitcoin! Smiley

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March 01, 2018, 01:51:43 PM
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I am not sure why you chose that block. If you look at a block that actually paid me, e.g. 0000000000000016614c594bdab2e85b40900307f2b0d2326ab318aefa31adfd:
Code:
{
"hash" : "0000000000000016614c594bdab2e85b40900307f2b0d2326ab318aefa31adfd",
"confirmations" : 25214,
...
"previousblockhash" : "a1e202e116a5bdc6a09cd2b1ba269b07b4f851bf1d99326f7beb8ba78a30169f",
"nextblockhash" : "0000000000000013f0f483849f600f1ed2ef0bc426a1239193e01274d32810ab",
"flags" : "proof-of-work",
"proofhash" : "0000000000000016614c594bdab2e85b40900307f2b0d2326ab318aefa31adfd",
"entropybit" : 1,
"modifier" : "bb5363e560e189a1",
"modifierchecksum" : "0ac5cbc9",
"tx" : [
"a62324c29acdf2f34d5995947434d464497f38cbbe067d04308aab140558a02b"
]
}

The only transaction there, a62324c29acdf2f34d5995947434d464497f38cbbe067d04308aab140558a02b, did NOT pay the reward for that block:

Code:
{
"txid" : "a62324c29acdf2f34d5995947434d464497f38cbbe067d04308aab140558a02b",
"version" : 2,
"time" : 1519221130,
"locktime" : 0,
"vin" : [
{
"coinbase" : "038ca92d048c798d5a0881001011b27f47007969696d7000",
"sequence" : 0
}
],
"vout" : [
{
"value" : 5.00000000,
"n" : 0,
"scriptPubKey" : {
"asm" : "0331182068972fc1c29f4f76f81a786d7ab296602fb41b2c1e354e29136b0d5c84 OP_CHECKSIG",
"reqSigs" : 1,
"type" : "pubkey",
"addresses" : [
"PMNfpij1zymvFsbmfQ4b36hLJJBScADdDa" <====== not my address
]
}
}
],
"blockhash" : "0000000000000016614c594bdab2e85b40900307f2b0d2326ab318aefa31adfd",
"confirmations" : 25214
}
Instead, if you look at the next block, 0000000000000013f0f483849f600f1ed2ef0bc426a1239193e01274d32810ab:

Code:
{
"hash" : "0000000000000013f0f483849f600f1ed2ef0bc426a1239193e01274d32810ab",
"confirmations" : 25219,
...
"tx" : [
"838959a5faac1576bb729ce32e454c7a1eefba12cee8a34c5b35621a3a663a82"
]
}
and tx 838959...:

Code:
{
"txid" : "838959a5faac1576bb729ce32e454c7a1eefba12cee8a34c5b35621a3a663a82",
"version" : 1,
"time" : 1519221136,
"locktime" : 0,
"vin" : [
{
"coinbase" : "038da92d0493798d5a0828000000e8e7bd000d2f6e6f64655374726174756d2f",
"sequence" : 0
}
],
"vout" : [
{
"value" : 5.00000000,
"n" : 0,
"scriptPubKey" : {
"asm" : "03bf809c72626f4b294879399874f1f5dc1c1007f7f1de94a20e1a2a9227182fbd OP_CHECKSIG",
"reqSigs" : 1,
"type" : "pubkey",
"addresses" : [
"P9JqSckAnXkg4qzf6eAS9tQ2u7qPbBbwyX"
]
}
},
{
"value" : 0.00000000,
"n" : 1,
"scriptPubKey" : {
"asm" : "OP_DUP OP_HASH160 ecf809f1ec0ba4faa909d5175e405902a21282be OP_EQUALVERIFY OP_CHECKSIG",
"reqSigs" : 1,
"type" : "pubkeyhash",
"addresses" : [
"PWC9mHZcmZnwHdSvuJr88XrLJAY11dN6bQ"
]
}
},
{
"value" : 0.00000000,
"n" : 2,
"scriptPubKey" : {
"asm" : "OP_DUP OP_HASH160 22851477d63a085dbc2398c8430af1c09e7343f6 OP_EQUALVERIFY OP_CHECKSIG",
"reqSigs" : 1,
"type" : "pubkeyhash",
"addresses" : [
"PBjhZ41Kbhpnc4Cnc1KuWeTZdHjqQYqLtg"
]
}
}
],
"amount" : 5.00000000,
"confirmations" : 25219,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "0000000000000013f0f483849f600f1ed2ef0bc426a1239193e01274d32810ab",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1519221136,
"txid" : "838959a5faac1576bb729ce32e454c7a1eefba12cee8a34c5b35621a3a663a82",
"time" : 1519221136,
"timereceived" : 1519221149,
"details" : [
{
"account" : "Pool main wallet",
"address" : "P9JqSckAnXkg4qzf6eAS9tQ2u7qPbBbwyX",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 5.00000000
}
]
}

you finally see the block reward. It doesn't ALWAYS seem to be this way--but for the majority of UNIT blocks, the reward is getting paid in the next block. It makes sense--how else could I possibly have mined blocks that are clearly in the main chain, but never received a reward? That is literally impossible unless the reward is getting paid in the next block.

I've clearly proved my point here and I'm done with your accusations of my lack of knowledge. If you're going to continuously accuse me of stupidity, then I am not willing to continue this conversation. Have a great life.
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March 01, 2018, 02:02:39 PM
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... It doesn't ALWAYS seem to be this way--but for the majority of UNIT blocks, the reward is getting paid in the next block. It makes sense--how else could I possibly have mined blocks that are clearly in the main chain, but never received a reward? That is literally impossible unless the reward is getting paid in the next block.

I've clearly proved my point here and I'm done with your accusations of my lack of knowledge. If you're going to continuously accuse me of stupidity, then I am not willing to continue this conversation. Have a great life.
  • You haven't the vaguest idea what you're on about

  • You haven't the vaguest idea how to run a stratum pool

  • You haven't the vaguest idea about UNIT

  • You haven't the vaguest idea about whatever pool software you're using

  • You haven't the vaguest idea that your stratum is what is paying you later

  • You haven't the vaguest idea about Bitcoin protocol

  • You continually type stupid things that lead me to comment on the level of stupidity you typed

You're "getting paid in the next block" because that's what you told your pool to do. As you have it set up, you're getting you're block reward and then pissing away fees repaying yourself later. This is not a UNIT issue, this is a you don't know what the fek you're doing issue.

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... It doesn't ALWAYS seem to be this way--but for the majority of UNIT blocks, the reward is getting paid in the next block. It makes sense--how else could I possibly have mined blocks that are clearly in the main chain, but never received a reward? That is literally impossible unless the reward is getting paid in the next block.

I've clearly proved my point here and I'm done with your accusations of my lack of knowledge. If you're going to continuously accuse me of stupidity, then I am not willing to continue this conversation. Have a great life.
  • You haven't the vaguest idea what you're on about

  • You haven't the vaguest idea how to run a stratum pool

  • You haven't the vaguest idea about UNIT

  • You haven't the vaguest idea about whatever pool software you're using

  • You haven't the vaguest idea that your stratum is what is paying you later

  • You haven't the vaguest idea about Bitcoin protocol

  • You continually type stupid things that lead me to comment on the level of stupidity you typed

You're "getting paid in the next block" because that's what you told your pool to do. As you have it set up, you're getting you're block reward and then pissing away fees repaying yourself later. This is not a UNIT issue, this is a you don't know what the fek you're doing issue.

I think I know a bit. But aside from all that, what you're saying is impossible. The pool is NOT paying the block reward. You're just wrong. What you're thinking of is the pool making payments to miners--that is turned off completely in my pool config. If you actually took the time to look at what I posted, you will see that the transaction in the next block has "generated":true, meaning that it's generated coins. It's not a payment to miners. There are no payments to miners.

I'm not sure why you are being such an arrogant prick, when you clearly are struggling to explain this in between insults.
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March 01, 2018, 02:38:36 PM
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any dev here ? i read at first post about block explorer bounty . is it still avaliable ?

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