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December 13, 2017, 04:45:35 PM
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thank you so much .
 Mergemining.com  <== i will try with this pool . since Nicehash down , I still not get any information from them.

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December 14, 2017, 01:35:21 AM
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thank you so much .
 Mergemining.com  <== i will try with this pool . since Nicehash down , I still not get any information from them.


please let us know what you find out.
last I thought, Merged mining yields about 4c per $100 advantage, but I may have missed something.

<<<   "MY DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox - - "MY DOG IS EATING YOUR BITCOIN"...Antpool - - "We were drinking espresso with shots of vodka at this little cafe. My laptop was on the table. This big dog came up behind us and,.. and..." ...nicehash     ANTMINER is currently servicing 20-30% of the entire network hash rate. Enenatis. Quis interdum ac, aliquet nec est. www.bitmaintech.com Euismod risus sed, venenatis tellus. Aliquam vel. Spontaneous emission is not inherent to an emitter, but rather depends on its electromagnetic environment.        "THE DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox
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December 14, 2017, 01:39:44 AM
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thank you so much .
 Mergemining.com  <== i will try with this pool . since Nicehash down , I still not get any information from them.


please let us know what you find out.
last I thought, Merged mining yields about 4c per $100 advantage, but I may have missed something.
It also affects the performance of the pool and the pool's bitcoind block changes, due to running extra scamcoin clients for each extra scamcoin, and thus that also has a hidden cost/loss ...

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December 14, 2017, 04:26:18 PM
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Since i only got a little more than 1TH/s miningpower , should i consider larger or smaller pools to mine for more profit?
could you somehow guide me into the right direction to find out?
regards

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December 14, 2017, 08:36:06 PM
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Since i only got a little more than 1TH/s miningpower , should i consider larger or smaller pools to mine for more profit?
could you somehow guide me into the right direction to find out?
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pool size will only affect the frequency of your payments
larger pool... more smaller payments
smaller pool.. fewer larger payments
too small of a pool.. danger of going several difficulty periods before a payment [not a good thing]

be sure that your pool paysout tx fees.. a lot dont.
the twwo pools of appreciable size with the better pool fees are slushpool and viabtc.com
i split my miners between them to get the same overall payout with less chance of a run of bad luck.
if you can split your power id reccomend that but its up to the individual to decide.

Thats the safest thing i can reccomend while at the same time maximizing your profit.
for a quick start anyway you can place your miners and then take your time looking at all the pool policies. fees. and payouts.

using pplns plan is usually the best payback option .
using  pps type plans will give you a constant even payback regardless of the pools block find success but will in general cost you an extra 1% to 3% bite out of your overall payback.

see my post below a ways, and dont go for the sucker bets.

<<<   "MY DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox - - "MY DOG IS EATING YOUR BITCOIN"...Antpool - - "We were drinking espresso with shots of vodka at this little cafe. My laptop was on the table. This big dog came up behind us and,.. and..." ...nicehash     ANTMINER is currently servicing 20-30% of the entire network hash rate. Enenatis. Quis interdum ac, aliquet nec est. www.bitmaintech.com Euismod risus sed, venenatis tellus. Aliquam vel. Spontaneous emission is not inherent to an emitter, but rather depends on its electromagnetic environment.        "THE DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox
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December 14, 2017, 11:57:55 PM
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Since i only got a little more than 1TH/s miningpower , should i consider larger or smaller pools to mine for more profit?
could you somehow guide me into the right direction to find out?
regards

pool size will only affect the frequency of your payments
larger pool... more smaller payments
smaller pool.. fewer larger payments
too small of a pool.. danger of going several difficulty periods before a payment [not a good thing]

be sure that your pool paysout tx fees.. a lot dont.
the twwo pools of appreciable size with the better pool fees are slushpool and viabtc.com
i split my miners between them to get the same overall payout with less chance of a run of bad luck.
if you can split your power id reccomend that but its up to the individual to decide.

Thats the safest thing i can reccomend while at the same time maximizing your profit.
for a quick start anyway you can place your miners and then take your time looking at all the pool policies. fees. and payouts.

using pplns plan is usually the best payback option .
using  pps type plans will give you a constant even payback regardless of the pools block find success but will in general cost you an extra 1% to 3% bite out of your overall payback.

see my post below a ways, and dont go for the sucker bets.


thank you !
that was really informative Smiley
will look into it but am allready a fan of slush.
viabtc looks good aswell
ill take a glimpse

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December 15, 2017, 03:35:18 AM
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i dusted the dirt off an older s1 and am running it at Kano's pool. Kano.is
If I can get the accumulated grime off of another old s1, i am going to run it solo on solo.ckpool.org  [thanks os2sam]
  [i wouldnt object to a big fat 12.5BTC if i get lucky, and in that case CK deserves his 1% for the help]


a word on the old s1 s....    they ran for 7 months unattended nonstop, then when a shelf collapsed they fell 3 ft onto a stone floor, i put them back and they kept on running.
today they generat 45c per day BTC and they burn 88c per day electric. if the solo unit hits, it will more than cover its cost in used plutonium.

<<<   "MY DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox - - "MY DOG IS EATING YOUR BITCOIN"...Antpool - - "We were drinking espresso with shots of vodka at this little cafe. My laptop was on the table. This big dog came up behind us and,.. and..." ...nicehash     ANTMINER is currently servicing 20-30% of the entire network hash rate. Enenatis. Quis interdum ac, aliquet nec est. www.bitmaintech.com Euismod risus sed, venenatis tellus. Aliquam vel. Spontaneous emission is not inherent to an emitter, but rather depends on its electromagnetic environment.        "THE DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox
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December 15, 2017, 04:03:30 AM
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and to echo another persons perplexed query, why in blue blazes would anybody mine at antpool? or those other three big fat pools with lousy payout policies?
i am seriously curious. if you are one of those people, please leave a note of explanation for the rest of us. are we missing something?
this is not a snide put down. it's a serious question. why take such a large loss and lend power and BTCBTC to corporate avarice threatening the base principals of us all?



PLEASE don't mine at pools with a poor payout/fee policy. It only feeds the monster.

<<<   "MY DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox - - "MY DOG IS EATING YOUR BITCOIN"...Antpool - - "We were drinking espresso with shots of vodka at this little cafe. My laptop was on the table. This big dog came up behind us and,.. and..." ...nicehash     ANTMINER is currently servicing 20-30% of the entire network hash rate. Enenatis. Quis interdum ac, aliquet nec est. www.bitmaintech.com Euismod risus sed, venenatis tellus. Aliquam vel. Spontaneous emission is not inherent to an emitter, but rather depends on its electromagnetic environment.        "THE DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox
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December 15, 2017, 07:57:29 AM
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Please avoid BTCC or BTCCHINA for mining.

I tried to mine BTCC a week ago and never received a payment. So far I have 0.002 BTCs on their hand.

When I contacted the customer support, they said I changed the wallet address and I need to wait for 3 days. After I wait for 3 days, they changed the excuse and said they change the payment policy from 0.001 to 0.01 BTCs.

They have no clear payment policy on their website. They could say whatever they want to avoid the payment.

Scammer at the finest.

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December 16, 2017, 05:30:31 AM
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There is of course also the option of running p2pool.org: Highly distributed, pays out new coins, pretty anonymous, and you can elect 0% to the pool development if you really want to. Also pays out all tx fees.
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December 16, 2017, 05:37:28 AM
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There is of course also the option of running p2pool.org: Highly distributed, pays out new coins, pretty anonymous, and you can elect 0% to the pool development if you really want to. Also pays out all tx fees.
That's only for blocks you find on your own p2pool node.
Everyone else who finds a p2pool block, decides what % of the reward goes to the developer.

Also it's not fully distributed since a lot of people mine to other p2pool nodes rather than creating their own.

Edit: also there's issues with the main p2pool filling up blocks and using segwit ... ... ...

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December 16, 2017, 02:00:32 PM
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True, however:

1) It's not Bitmain
2) It's a pretty fair system
3) Far more distributed than your normal pool (although I really haven't heard of a pool stealing work lately)

YMMV as always.
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December 16, 2017, 02:44:23 PM
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True, however:

1) It's not Bitmain
2) It's a pretty fair system
3) Far more distributed than your normal pool (although I really haven't heard of a pool stealing work lately)

YMMV as always.
Lulz, when only a few mining servers cover most of the p2pool hash rate - the distributed argument doesn't count for much.
Over 2/3 of the BTC in the last p2pool block went to 2 addresses ... 4.65631712 + 6.14104235 out of 15.53807805 BTC

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December 16, 2017, 10:09:18 PM
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Expected Time to Block:   66d 14h 17m 55s...............pffffffffffffft!!

i have infinite patience, but....

<<<   "MY DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox - - "MY DOG IS EATING YOUR BITCOIN"...Antpool - - "We were drinking espresso with shots of vodka at this little cafe. My laptop was on the table. This big dog came up behind us and,.. and..." ...nicehash     ANTMINER is currently servicing 20-30% of the entire network hash rate. Enenatis. Quis interdum ac, aliquet nec est. www.bitmaintech.com Euismod risus sed, venenatis tellus. Aliquam vel. Spontaneous emission is not inherent to an emitter, but rather depends on its electromagnetic environment.        "THE DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox
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December 16, 2017, 11:00:58 PM
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Expected Time to Block:   66d 14h 17m 55s...............pffffffffffffft!!

i have infinite patience, but....
Funny part is that makes no difference as to how much bitcoin you get. Ah well, mine on....
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December 16, 2017, 11:24:27 PM
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Expected Time to Block:   66d 14h 17m 55s...............pffffffffffffft!!

i have infinite patience, but....
Funny part is that makes no difference as to how much bitcoin you get. Ah well, mine on....
Funny part is that it does make a difference.

Since it crosses multiple diff changes it devalues your reward, for your work done, dramatically.

Read up about "Bitcoin Difficulty" Tongue

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December 19, 2017, 05:18:12 PM
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one attempt at a list

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=104664.msg26112365#msg26112365

<<<   "MY DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox - - "MY DOG IS EATING YOUR BITCOIN"...Antpool - - "We were drinking espresso with shots of vodka at this little cafe. My laptop was on the table. This big dog came up behind us and,.. and..." ...nicehash     ANTMINER is currently servicing 20-30% of the entire network hash rate. Enenatis. Quis interdum ac, aliquet nec est. www.bitmaintech.com Euismod risus sed, venenatis tellus. Aliquam vel. Spontaneous emission is not inherent to an emitter, but rather depends on its electromagnetic environment.        "THE DOG ATE YOUR BITCOIN"..mtGox
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December 22, 2017, 04:42:12 AM
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thanks.

so far:...


Slushpool:    2% pool fee                  pays out tx fees to miners                 a fair deal                       tested IRL

Viabtc.com   2% pool  fee                 pays out tx fees to miners                 a fair deal                      tested IRL


Btc.top:          uncertain               cant find pool policies on site, have run my translator over everything i could and cant find fee/payment policies
                                     presumed                        not commiting a miner to the test, asking for input on this one, assuming the worst. red flag.
                                     not-good                                 they don't respond to my inquiries as to 'pool rules'.



Btc.com:                                     guageing by their onboard  earnings calc theier pool is funded with 50% of your tx fees...
                                                                                               NOT An ATTRACTIVE OPTION



Antpool:       0% pool fee          does NOT pay out tx fees to miners        Not an attractive option       tested IRL




F2pool:           still checking               no mention of tx fees,                they keep them, and they                   pay +3%pps.  
                                                                                                                another DREADFUL CHOICE


Smaller pools:     working on it


Kano.is                                             Pool paysout Block rwd and  tx fees           Very Fair Deal         pool fee is only  0.9%      
                                                        small (<1% of networ) pool, but your rewards are therefore proportionally larger.. should hit on average 15 blocks per difficulty period
                                                        think ill put an old s1 there and tell you how it does      ...inna bouta fortnite...
 
                                                       


Bitcoin.com:                                     Tosses the miner a 10% crumb bonus on regular pps, which they can
                                                       fund with the tx fees which they don't pay out. NOT a fair
                                                       system unless you are among the priveleged few who burn money in the fireplace because
                                                       "it clutters up the house."   NAH..

Bw.com                                            Same old same old, but absolutely no indication on what pool fee is or if they payout tx fees.
                                                       Why should I bother trying to find out. Wouldn't waste my time on this one either.
                                                       If you know otherwise, please PM me.
                                                        

Solo:...

Solo.ckpool.org    1%   fee                If you find a block, don't fret over the 1% and feed a few stray cats while you are at it.
                                                       [size of a solo pool, large or small, of course makes no difference for solo.]




viabtc.com :          1%                      offers solo connection at a 1% fee, the usual

                                                           many other pools large and small offer solo mining if you dare or have boatloads of hash power... just keep an eye on the fee.




I've posted this for the benifit of those who want to distribute their hashpower broadly across the network without losing a big chunk of
their A22

i will try to complete this list as time allows me.. good luck to you all
a dash of hash in the smaller pools could be good also

Nice list ~ Thanks  Wink
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December 31, 2017, 05:56:15 PM
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and here from someone else who has done a much more thorough job....

   https://poolprofit.io/en/  

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January 01, 2018, 12:02:11 AM
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and here from someone else who has done a much more thorough job....

   https://poolprofit.io/en/  
as has been stated elsewhere a while ago when that list was already pointed out ... it doesn't include any smaller pools ... nor my pool that comes out above slush Tongue

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