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December 12, 2015, 01:56:19 PM
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Then he should call it a 'predictive" number, not keep refering to an instant PEAK number (which was NOT valid over a 24 hour period despite his bogus claim about that) as the current hashrate.

stubborn one here aye..  Well lets just let it play out and see who is right and who is bogus here . lol

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Im going to explain to you what i mean here.

so i took some of this info from Phils's thread..  

http://btc.blockr.io/charts
Dec 6   157
Dec 7   149
Dec 8   171
Dec 9   174
Dec 10  212
Dec 11  157
Dec 12   ?

So if the network usually goes thru 144 blocks a day. that's if every block is 10 min avg.  Now if you look at blockr and goto dec 10 you can see its 67 more blocks than normal.. So we take (211-144)/144 * 100.. That gives us an increase of 46.5% for that day.. So if we at 700 peta according to wisdom atm and it was higher!!. that would give us a network hash speed of 700 peta * 1.465 = 1025 petahash. but im sure that the network speed reported by wisdom was a bit lower when we got that surge.. Now the wallet takes an avg of how many blocks were solved in last 24 hours to calculate this output. Bitcoin-cli getnetworkhashps
the current reading is 667873644849506432 hashes per second.. Which isnt that far off from wisdom atm.. When i posted this the reading on the wallet was over 960 petahash.. this is not a prediction.. this is an actual network reading.. What im predicting is how soon we get to that hashrate and difficulty..  Hope that helps explain what im doing:)

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December 12, 2015, 03:32:38 PM
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Im going to explain to you what i mean here.

so i took some of this info from Phils's thread..  


at last diff adjustment we are reported as by wisdom at
Date                    Difficulty             Change      Hash Rate
Dec 06 2015   79,102,380,900   8.77%   566,236,898 GH/s

http://btc.blockr.io/charts
Dec 6   157  9.03 % increase.  hashrate = 618,771,100.3505264 gh/s so if we stayed at this hash 157 blocks for the day would be the norm until the next diff adjustment.

new norm at 9 % network hash increase = 157 blocks for day
Dec 7   149   5.01 % decrease from the previous day   hashrate = 587,770,668.222965 gh/s

norm for day is 149 blocks at 587 ph thru to next diff if hash stayed put
Dec 8   171  14.77 % increase over previous day  or a nethash rate of  674,525,618.8526747 gh/s

norm now is 171
Dec 9   174  1.75% increase over previous day nethashrate 686,329,817.179875 gh/s

new norm is now 174 blocks
Dec 10  212   21.84 % increase over previous day.. nethashrate  836,217,385.9537879  Now i know its not 960 .. i found that to be interesting aswell. But i thought it would most definitely depend on the datapoints. If blockr uses say 12 pm to 12 pm every 24 hours to take there data points .. Whereas the wallet is always showing the last 24 hours of block solves..

Dec 11  157 so on and so on......
Dec 12   ?

So if the network usually goes thru 144 blocks a day. that's if every block is 10 min avg.  Now if you look at blockr and goto dec 10 you can see its 67 more blocks than normal.. So we take (211-144)/144 * 100.. That gives us an increase of 46.5% for that day.. So if we at 700 peta according to wisdom atm and it was higher!!. that would give us a network hash speed of 700 peta * 1.465 = 1025 petahash. but im sure that the network speed reported by wisdom was a bit lower when we got that surge.. Now the wallet takes an avg of how many blocks were solved in last 24 hours to calculate this output. Bitcoin-cli getnetworkhashps
the current reading is 667873644849506432 hashes per second.. Which isnt that far off from wisdom atm.. When i posted this the reading on the wallet was over 960 petahash.. this is not a prediction.. this is an actual network reading.. What im predicting is how soon we get to that hashrate and difficulty..  Hope that helps explain what im doing:)

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January 04, 2016, 01:35:54 PM
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just exeded 1 exahash for 24 hour period.. i think we may have done it a couple days ago but i wasnt here to witness it.  Looks like my ppn number works out really well..  2 to three diff jumps and the 1 day peak comes true .  Looks like tho there has been some turning on and off. had they just turned on and left it .. i think 2-3 diff jumps would have taken us over 1 exahash for the 504 block avg

Net Hashrate

1,001,277.99 TH/s

it cant be seen here just yet. but its on its way.. 8 hour blocks avg way over 1 exahash.. approaching 1.2 exa hash for the second time in a week looks like

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January 04, 2016, 01:48:43 PM
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just exeded 1 exahash for 24 hour period.. i think we may have done it a couple days ago but i wasnt here to witness it.  Looks like my ppn number works out really well..  2 to three diff jumps and the 1 day peak comes true .  Looks like tho there has been some turning on and off. had they just turned on and left it .. i think 2-3 diff jumps would have taken us over 1 exahash for the 504 block avg

Net Hashrate

1,001,277.99 TH/s

it cant be seen here just yet. but its on its way.. 8 hour blocks avg way over 1 exahash.. approaching 1.2 exa hash for the second time in a week looks like http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-lin-2k.png

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yeah it may have done it on 12- 27- 2015   we did 202 blocks that day.

so 202/144 =  1.41 x 668ph = 937ph.  may have been short on the  27 of dec.

to be sure it will do it today.   network is 743 ph  and we need a 1.35 factor  so 1.35 x 743 = 1,003.05 ph

to get a 1.35 factor we need a  195 block day  and we are on pace for this today Jan 4 2016



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January 04, 2016, 02:33:42 PM
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just exeded 1 exahash for 24 hour period.. i think we may have done it a couple days ago but i wasnt here to witness it.  Looks like my ppn number works out really well..  2 to three diff jumps and the 1 day peak comes true .  Looks like tho there has been some turning on and off. had they just turned on and left it .. i think 2-3 diff jumps would have taken us over 1 exahash for the 504 block avg

Net Hashrate

1,001,277.99 TH/s

it cant be seen here just yet. but its on its way.. 8 hour blocks avg way over 1 exahash.. approaching 1.2 exa hash for the second time in a week looks like http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-lin-2k.png

Best Regards
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yeah it may have done it on 12- 27- 2015   we did 202 blocks that day.

so 202/144 =  1.41 x 668ph = 937ph.  may have been short on the  27 of dec.

to be sure it will do it today.   network is 743 ph  and we need a 1.35 factor  so 1.35 x 743 = 1,003.05 ph

to get a 1.35 factor we need a  195 block day  and we are on pace for this today Jan 4 2016




Yea i must have been busy that day.. I try to check in here daily but with the holidays i missed out on what looks like was a very block filled day on the 27th. Thats an impressive jump for sure.  I'll Be interested to see in a couple days when bitcoinity gets caught up who the miner/s are that are contributing to this spike in hash..  One can only fill so many datacenters before like you said Phil your mining against yourself.

Im starting to see why they are turning on and off I think Smiley 

phil can you help me here. what would the increase have been at say 79 bil diff  vs now at 103.. so how many blocks a day would we be railing at 79 bill diff with this amount of hash added on vs were we are at now being at 103 bil diff and still seeing a 35% increase..  do you understand what im trying to say? 

to be more clear.. how many block day would it be today if we were still at 79 bill diff.. just curious:)

Net Hashrate

1,050,717.03 TH/s still climbing Undecided

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January 04, 2016, 02:42:10 PM
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just exeded 1 exahash for 24 hour period.. i think we may have done it a couple days ago but i wasnt here to witness it.  Looks like my ppn number works out really well..  2 to three diff jumps and the 1 day peak comes true .  Looks like tho there has been some turning on and off. had they just turned on and left it .. i think 2-3 diff jumps would have taken us over 1 exahash for the 504 block avg

Net Hashrate

1,001,277.99 TH/s

it cant be seen here just yet. but its on its way.. 8 hour blocks avg way over 1 exahash.. approaching 1.2 exa hash for the second time in a week looks like http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-lin-2k.png

Best Regards
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yeah it may have done it on 12- 27- 2015   we did 202 blocks that day.

so 202/144 =  1.41 x 668ph = 937ph.  may have been short on the  27 of dec.

to be sure it will do it today.   network is 743 ph  and we need a 1.35 factor  so 1.35 x 743 = 1,003.05 ph

to get a 1.35 factor we need a  195 block day  and we are on pace for this today Jan 4 2016




Yea i must have been busy that day.. I try to check in here daily but with the holidays i missed out on what looks like was a very block filled day on the 27th. Thats an impressive jump for sure.  I'll Be interested to see in a couple days when bitcoinity gets caught up who the miner/s are that are contributing to this spike in hash..  One can only fill so many datacenters before like you said Phil your mining against yourself.

Im starting to see why they are turning on and off I think Smiley  

phil can you help me here. what would the increase have been at say 79 bil diff  vs now at 103.. so how many blocks a day would we be railing at 79 bill diff with this amount of hash added on vs were we are at now being at 103 bil diff and still seeing a 35% increase..  do you understand what im trying to say?  

to be more clear.. how many block day would it be today if we were still at 79 bill diff.. just curious:)

Net Hashrate

1,050,717.03 TH/s still climbing Undecided

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so 79  vs 103


divide 103 by 79 =  a factor of 1.3  so right now   we are at 391727 - 391607 = 120 blocks + 1 = 121 blocks on the day  x 1.3 = 157 or 158  instead of 120/121

since the time is  14:41 pm  for the block day that should be 88

so 88 = norm
121= actual

157/158 = answer to your question

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January 04, 2016, 04:14:24 PM
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to be sure it will do it today.   network is 743 ph  and we need a 1.35 factor  so 1.35 x 743 = 1,003.05 ph

to get a 1.35 factor we need a  195 block day  and we are on pace for this today Jan 4 2016



I don't think we will do 195 Blocks Today, would require an average 7.2 Min Block Time for the rest of the Day and I think at some point we will see a slight pull back. I predict 188 Blocks. But I am pretty good at being wrong....  Smiley


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to be sure it will do it today.   network is 743 ph  and we need a 1.35 factor  so 1.35 x 743 = 1,003.05 ph

to get a 1.35 factor we need a  195 block day  and we are on pace for this today Jan 4 2016



I don't think we will do 195 Blocks Today, would require an average 7.2 Min Block Time for the rest of the Day and I think at some point we will see a slight pull back. I predict 188 Blocks. But I am pretty good at being wrong....  Smiley


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153 with 3 ½ hours to go.  so maybe only 175   .  it is what makes diff pretty much impossible to predicate right not on short term time sets.  the power up power down is too easy to do.

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January 04, 2016, 11:03:18 PM
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to be sure it will do it today.   network is 743 ph  and we need a 1.35 factor  so 1.35 x 743 = 1,003.05 ph

to get a 1.35 factor we need a  195 block day  and we are on pace for this today Jan 4 2016



I don't think we will do 195 Blocks Today, would require an average 7.2 Min Block Time for the rest of the Day and I think at some point we will see a slight pull back. I predict 188 Blocks. But I am pretty good at being wrong....  Smiley


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153 with 3 ½ hours to go.  so maybe only 175   .  it is what makes diff pretty much impossible to predicate right not on short term time sets.  the power up power down is too easy to do.

Boy are you right.. Look at that drop.. 400 peta instant shut down.. Crazy!!



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to be sure it will do it today.   network is 743 ph  and we need a 1.35 factor  so 1.35 x 743 = 1,003.05 ph

to get a 1.35 factor we need a  195 block day  and we are on pace for this today Jan 4 2016



I don't think we will do 195 Blocks Today, would require an average 7.2 Min Block Time for the rest of the Day and I think at some point we will see a slight pull back. I predict 188 Blocks. But I am pretty good at being wrong....  Smiley


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153 with 3 ½ hours to go.  so maybe only 175   .  it is what makes diff pretty much impossible to predicate right not on short term time sets.  the power up power down is too easy to do.

Boy are you right.. Look at that drop.. 400 peta instant shut down.. Crazy!!



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even if it was only 250ph  and the rest was variance there is no doubt that a huge amount of gear is on and off quite easy to do or looks like that.

Your ppn method helps to  point out the true top limits of the network.  Which are 950 to 1050 ph a rough guess on that by me after looking and doing a few ad hock calculations.

We are going to have a very interesting 6-7 months until ½ ing.

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January 04, 2016, 11:50:56 PM
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to be sure it will do it today.   network is 743 ph  and we need a 1.35 factor  so 1.35 x 743 = 1,003.05 ph

to get a 1.35 factor we need a  195 block day  and we are on pace for this today Jan 4 2016



I don't think we will do 195 Blocks Today, would require an average 7.2 Min Block Time for the rest of the Day and I think at some point we will see a slight pull back. I predict 188 Blocks. But I am pretty good at being wrong....  Smiley


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153 with 3 ½ hours to go.  so maybe only 175   .  it is what makes diff pretty much impossible to predicate right not on short term time sets.  the power up power down is too easy to do.

Boy are you right.. Look at that drop.. 400 peta instant shut down.. Crazy!!



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even if it was only 250ph  and the rest was variance there is no doubt that a huge amount of gear is on and off quite easy to do or looks like that.

Your ppn method helps to  point out the true top limits of the network.  Which are 950 to 1050 ph a rough guess on that by me after looking and doing a few ad hock calculations.

We are going to have a very interesting 6-7 months until ½ ing.

Yes i agree. i wonder if a lot of the drop was antpool today.. I seen in another thread that they might have been under ddos attack today..  Gonna be fun to watch that's for sure.. Id like to get some s7 as i hate to be out of mining altogether .. just want to wait a bit more to see where things settle.. with the halving coming im pretty much shooting in the dark anyway lol..

Thanks for your feedback..I appreciate it

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