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May 13, 2016, 01:27:08 AM
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Apart from high interest rate, is there any other selling point of this coin?
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May 13, 2016, 01:30:58 AM
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What was the reason for the DDoS attack?  Anyone know?
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May 13, 2016, 02:14:13 AM
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What was the reason for the DDoS attack?  Anyone know?
Good question! probably someone is jealous.

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May 13, 2016, 02:19:54 AM
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What was the reason for the DDoS attack?  Anyone know?
Good question! probably someone is jealous.
good answer mate, who ever it is might seeing the full potential of this coin and what would it be in the next day. hope the wallet are safe and we won't be bother of it.

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May 13, 2016, 05:09:44 AM
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Hi guys, please someone have the miner binaries for windows?

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try one of these:

http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/hodlcoin-miner/



This one have virus in it. Anyone can confirm this?
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May 13, 2016, 05:24:30 AM
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This one have virus in it. Anyone can confirm this?
Why do you think that the virus in the archive? Let's see in results: https://virustotal.com/ru/file/3f663fc4dab44752aaad389b292e5ae278be1d19db1af8af384b29b7ca21e7d8/analysis/1463116554/
You want to get miner and this paranoid antiviruses said "Oh, yeah, this is miner!". So again why you thing that this is virusWink

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May 13, 2016, 05:33:20 AM
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Yes the pool has loads of shares to calculate because the DDoS bogged down the calculations, it's currently catching up but will probably need a few hours until it has fully catched up with the calculations.

Awesome, thanks - definitely not complaining because as always, the pool's been super stable, and I for one liked the new interface haha - only thing I found myself missing was the worker stats box on the dashboard.

all should be good by now.

I'd recommend using the other pool(s) as well at least as a backup as I don't know if the attacker comes back.

There still appear to be some issues. I'm getting some workers dropping off the list occasionally due to infrequent
share submissions, but I'll ride it out. Cheap shot: I wouldn't have been able to tell with the new interface. Wink

It's curious that the ddos coincided with the price rise.


Edit: The stratum diff is much higher than previously. My i7 often has a diff over 10, that never happened before.
It's been over 10 minutes since my core2quad submitted a share. I don't know if it has anything to with the ddos
or mitigation or unrelated.

Ah thanks for that, I almost forgot to reduce it again.

It should be a bit higher initially but should go down pretty fast if you don't submit shares fast enough.

The reason for the DDoS ? Hmm... Unsure, but probably someone with a big farm wants to solo mine and needs pools to go down so the diff lowers for him.

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May 13, 2016, 06:37:52 AM
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Can somebody explain me one thing?
Total hashrate of hodl.blockquarry.com  is less then total hashrate of hodl.maxminers.net.
Why blocks in hodl.blockquarry.com are found more often then in pool hodl.maxminers.net?

Thank you!
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May 13, 2016, 06:43:26 AM
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do you guy think this can reach 100k satoshi before the deposit end?
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May 13, 2016, 06:45:12 AM
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Can somebody explain me one thing?
Total hashrate of hodl.blockquarry.com  is less then total hashrate of hodl.maxminers.net.
Why blocks in hodl.blockquarry.com are found more often then in pool hodl.maxminers.net?

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May 13, 2016, 07:20:49 AM
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Can somebody explain me one thing?
Total hashrate of hodl.blockquarry.com  is less then total hashrate of hodl.maxminers.net.
Why blocks in hodl.blockquarry.com are found more often then in pool hodl.maxminers.net?

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pretty simple really: hashrate alone isn't what determines the speed at which a pool will find blocks. Number of miners also plays a big factor in it.

looking at the number of workers on the 3 pools now,
suprnova: 1095
blockquarry: 635
maxminers: 50

and the reported pool hashrates:
suprnova: 338kh/s
blockquarry: 101kh/s
maxminers: 151kh/s

difference in hashrate between blockquarry and maxminers really isn't that large, but the difference in number of workers is. the larger offset in number of workers is more than likely attributing to the higher count of blocks solved.

Now, when maxminers DOES solve a block, each miner will end up getting a bigger piece of the pie (for that block) because it is distributed amongst fewer users, so take that into consideration too.

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May 13, 2016, 08:31:05 AM
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Can somebody explain me one thing?
Total hashrate of hodl.blockquarry.com  is less then total hashrate of hodl.maxminers.net.
Why blocks in hodl.blockquarry.com are found more often then in pool hodl.maxminers.net?

Thank you!
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pretty simple really: hashrate alone isn't what determines the speed at which a pool will find blocks. Number of miners also plays a big factor in it.

looking at the number of workers on the 3 pools now,
suprnova: 1095
blockquarry: 635
maxminers: 50

and the reported pool hashrates:
suprnova: 338kh/s
blockquarry: 101kh/s
maxminers: 151kh/s

difference in hashrate between blockquarry and maxminers really isn't that large, but the difference in number of workers is. the larger offset in number of workers is more than likely attributing to the higher count of blocks solved.

Now, when maxminers DOES solve a block, each miner will end up getting a bigger piece of the pie (for that block) because it is distributed amongst fewer users, so take that into consideration too.

Thank you!!!!!!!!


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May 13, 2016, 09:06:39 AM
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Can somebody explain me one thing?
Total hashrate of hodl.blockquarry.com  is less then total hashrate of hodl.maxminers.net.
Why blocks in hodl.blockquarry.com are found more often then in pool hodl.maxminers.net?

Thank you!
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pretty simple really: hashrate alone isn't what determines the speed at which a pool will find blocks. Number of miners also plays a big factor in it.

looking at the number of workers on the 3 pools now,
suprnova: 1095
blockquarry: 635
maxminers: 50

and the reported pool hashrates:
suprnova: 338kh/s
blockquarry: 101kh/s
maxminers: 151kh/s

difference in hashrate between blockquarry and maxminers really isn't that large, but the difference in number of workers is. the larger offset in number of workers is more than likely attributing to the higher count of blocks solved.

Now, when maxminers DOES solve a block, each miner will end up getting a bigger piece of the pie (for that block) because it is distributed amongst fewer users, so take that into consideration too.
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May 13, 2016, 09:29:30 AM
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Can somebody explain me one thing?
Total hashrate of hodl.blockquarry.com  is less then total hashrate of hodl.maxminers.net.
Why blocks in hodl.blockquarry.com are found more often then in pool hodl.maxminers.net?

Thank you!
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pretty simple really: hashrate alone isn't what determines the speed at which a pool will find blocks. Number of miners also plays a big factor in it.

looking at the number of workers on the 3 pools now,
suprnova: 1095
blockquarry: 635
maxminers: 50

and the reported pool hashrates:
suprnova: 338kh/s
blockquarry: 101kh/s
maxminers: 151kh/s

difference in hashrate between blockquarry and maxminers really isn't that large, but the difference in number of workers is. the larger offset in number of workers is more than likely attributing to the higher count of blocks solved.

Now, when maxminers DOES solve a block, each miner will end up getting a bigger piece of the pie (for that block) because it is distributed amongst fewer users, so take that into consideration too.
For 3 years of mining firstly hear about that

its basic probabilities. mining isn't done in a linear fashion so the more people mining a block together, the greater probability that they can overcome a difference in raw speed against another individual/group...like 10 people searching a haystack for a needle vs 100 people searching, even if each of the 100 people are slower at searching than the 10, as a collective they have a higher probability at finding the needle given the nearly infinite "starting points" of searching.

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May 13, 2016, 12:06:28 PM
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Over the long term the pool with the higher hashrate will find more blocks though, even if it's only one user mining.
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May 13, 2016, 12:33:55 PM
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Over the long term the pool with the higher hashrate will find more blocks though, even if it's only one user mining.
Then whats the problem with maxminers.net then? Last 24h its 400% unlucky block found.

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May 13, 2016, 02:00:38 PM
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Over the long term the pool with the higher hashrate will find more blocks though, even if it's only one user mining.
Then whats the problem with maxminers.net then? Last 24h its 400% unlucky block found.

I am not a statistician but I have an opinion: luck. I agree with uowner, over time it's the hashrate
that will win.

The distribution of block time varies from 0 to infinity. Slow blocks can take mutiples of the average time
so a couple of very slow blocks would require a larger number of fast blocks to average out.

Let's look at an example of finding 2 blocks with a estimated TTF of 1 hour. The first blolck is found immediately
but the second takes 4 hours. That's an average of 2 hours/block even though the luck seems evenly distributed,
one very good, one very bad. It would take two more blocks found in zero time to match the average 1 hour TTF.

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May 13, 2016, 02:22:58 PM
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Over the long term the pool with the higher hashrate will find more blocks though, even if it's only one user mining.
Then whats the problem with maxminers.net then? Last 24h its 400% unlucky block found.

I am not a statistician but I have an opinion: luck. I agree with uowner, over time it's the hashrate
that will win.

The distribution of block time varies from 0 to infinity. Slow blocks can take mutiples of the average time
so a couple of very slow blocks would require a larger number of fast blocks to average out.

Let's look at an example of finding 2 blocks with a estimated TTF of 1 hour. The first blolck is found immediately
but the second takes 4 hours. That's an average of 2 hours/block even though the luck seems evenly distributed,
one very good, one very bad. It would take two more blocks found in zero time to match the average 1 hour TTF.
Yeah, but maxminers have about 90% "slow" block (about 200-700% above required shares)

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May 13, 2016, 02:44:27 PM
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Over the long term the pool with the higher hashrate will find more blocks though, even if it's only one user mining.
Then whats the problem with maxminers.net then? Last 24h its 400% unlucky block found.

I am not a statistician but I have an opinion: luck. I agree with uowner, over time it's the hashrate
that will win.

The distribution of block time varies from 0 to infinity. Slow blocks can take mutiples of the average time
so a couple of very slow blocks would require a larger number of fast blocks to average out.

Let's look at an example of finding 2 blocks with a estimated TTF of 1 hour. The first blolck is found immediately
but the second takes 4 hours. That's an average of 2 hours/block even though the luck seems evenly distributed,
one very good, one very bad. It would take two more blocks found in zero time to match the average 1 hour TTF.
Yeah, but maxminers have about 90% "slow" block (about 200-700% above required shares)


Sorry guys we had an error in our hashrate calculation, the hashrate was displayed about twice as much as normal which also resulted in wrong or false stats.

Big thanks to ocminer who helped us finding it, its now corrected and the pool is showing correct values at all places.
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May 13, 2016, 04:49:40 PM
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In regards to the 5%~ standard interest, is there a way to find how much has been earned from this from the wallet or blockchain?
Also, to confirm, after 30 days worth of blocks, you no longer earn interest and just need to send it via wallet to another address in your wallet?

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