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February 13, 2018, 02:49:45 PM
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I was hoping maybe we found a block and broke it Wink

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February 13, 2018, 02:53:03 PM
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LOL... now THAT would have been a good way to wake up this morning Smiley

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February 13, 2018, 05:15:51 PM
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Pool is reporting dead ?!?
HI jonnybravo0311
 
What happens to the pool?  are you doing an update?  I do not see workers inside (
Sorry about that folks.  Pool didn't restart automatically and I slept through the alarms.  It's all back up and running properly again.  Total downtime was just under 3 hours.

Can you check the 3334 proxy?  NiceHash reporting failure to connect with pool test.
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February 14, 2018, 02:35:20 PM
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Can you check the 3334 proxy?  NiceHash reporting failure to connect with pool test.
I couldn't find any issues, and I saw you had quite a bit of hash pointed to the pool yesterday.

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February 17, 2018, 06:32:42 PM
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How can this happen?

12 blocks found in 2016
Zero blocks found in 2017, exactly at the moment
in which i joined this pool.
What are the odds of this?
I'm an unlucky one, I think.
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February 17, 2018, 08:01:05 PM
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How can this happen?

12 blocks found in 2016
Zero blocks found in 2017, exactly at the moment
in which i joined this pool.
What are the odds of this?
I'm an unlucky one, I think.

Not really  what killed blocks was btc price range.

In  2016  1 btc  at nicehash  could rent a lot and give you about a 1 in 12 shot at a block  from July 15 or so on well maybe more like a 1 in 13 shot at a block

for all of 2016  1 btc was less then 910

so  I could rent  1 btc 1 time a month  for under 500.

As  price shot up in Nov 2016  above 500  from Jan 2016 to Nov 2016  I did 2 or 3 btc in rentals  Spent  well under  2000 doing it.

Last year it was 900 to 19500  and now it is   10,700  I can not spend 1 btc 2 or 3 times  this year.  Same is true for most of use renters  so hitting a block is harder.

3  misses at 10,700 = 31100 usd
3 misses at   500 =  1500 usd

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February 18, 2018, 02:28:29 AM
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Besides the rise in price is also the corresponding rise in difficulty.  When I started this pool in 2015 you had a pretty decent shot of hitting a block or even two by renting 1PH.  The very first block I found was with a rental like that.  Now, a 1PH rental has a very slim chance of finding a block.  Of course, the difficulty when I started was 65,848,255,179.  A bit different than what it is now Smiley

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February 19, 2018, 02:30:41 AM
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Besides the rise in price is also the corresponding rise in difficulty.  When I started this pool in 2015 you had a pretty decent shot of hitting a block or even two by renting 1PH.  The very first block I found was with a rental like that.  Now, a 1PH rental has a very slim chance of finding a block.  Of course, the difficulty when I started was 65,848,255,179.  A bit different than what it is now Smiley

it is why I used the 1btc example  if I rent  1btc at close to the fair price  1/13 or 1/12.5  is my math  or percentage chance of a block

problem for me is 10,400  is simply not doable..

1 btc at nicehash  would get a lot of hash now

.0812 btc is 1 ph for a day    but  your chance of a block is around .0812/125  or 153 to 1

at 10000 a coin  .0812 btc = 812 usd  a lot to lose if you miss.

at 500 a coin .0812 btc = 40.60 usd  not too bad

I need my bigger rentals last spring  when coins was going over 2000 I realized the only way I could lose out was a cold streak  with the rentals  .  So I stopped them ..  At the moment I have 30 gpus mining

here is one gpu  of my 30
https://www.nicehash.com/miner/3QPFEdX8rtXHoVZHct5eUbp7AK1t1vRMfL

in 2 weeks time I will earn enough to do a rental here.  and I will  if it misses I will lose 55 usd

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February 27, 2018, 03:01:10 PM
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In case anyone noticed, the pool was down for a bit this morning.  I was going to update to 0.16 core, but realized that in order to do so, I need to do a bunch of work on the pool software (0.16.0 got rid of the "getinfo" API call).  Until I rewrite the code to use different API calls, I reverted back to 0.15.1.

I'll keep everyone updated on the progress.  In the meantime, the pool is back up and running Smiley.

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March 01, 2018, 06:23:31 PM
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In case anyone noticed, the pool was down for a bit this morning.  I was going to update to 0.16 core, but realized that in order to do so, I need to do a bunch of work on the pool software (0.16.0 got rid of the "getinfo" API call).  Until I rewrite the code to use different API calls, I reverted back to 0.15.1.

I'll keep everyone updated on the progress.  In the meantime, the pool is back up and running Smiley.

Thanks!  I noticed my hash failing over.   Glad all is OK.
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March 09, 2018, 01:18:54 PM
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In case anyone noticed, the pool was down for a bit this morning.  I was going to update to 0.16 core, but realized that in order to do so, I need to do a bunch of work on the pool software (0.16.0 got rid of the "getinfo" API call).  Until I rewrite the code to use different API calls, I reverted back to 0.15.1.

I'll keep everyone updated on the progress.  In the meantime, the pool is back up and running Smiley.

This is explains my miniscule balance at the slush pool, where my miners spent their time, instead.

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March 22, 2018, 03:24:08 AM
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All,

I have taken down the stratum servers to upgrade the drives.  I only had 200G drives in them, and just put in 1TB drives.  Only had about 3% available space left.

The server will be down for a bit while I get things moved around.  I will update here when we are back up and running.

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March 22, 2018, 03:28:40 PM
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So, while I got the drive installed, getting everything copied and configured has proven to take a bit more time than I thought.  I brought the server back up last night, so it was only down about 30 minutes.  Today, it'll be up and down a few times - hopefully I'll get things sorted here shortly.

Thanks for your understanding and patience while I get the new drive up and running Smiley

EDIT: And we're back.  Again, sorry for the inconvenience while I upgraded the server.

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March 28, 2018, 07:55:27 PM
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I have a rental at the moment and did not have any trouble connecting to the pool. But yes the price is varying a little, paying @0.0044. Thanks! 
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April 02, 2018, 11:57:59 AM
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going to run 500th at it for a bit.


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April 03, 2018, 10:25:02 PM
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All,

I'm going to be taking down the web server for a bit to perform some maintenance.  The stratum and database servers are still up and running, so your mining will not be impacted - you just won't be able to see anything on the website until it's back up.  I'll reply back here once the maintenance has been completed.

EDIT: Maintenance took a bit longer than I thought it would, but everything's back up and running Smiley

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April 11, 2018, 08:59:07 PM
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 I now have two brand new shiny Terminus 808 pods from Sidehack pointed at the pool, in addition to my 8 2Pac USB stickminers.

 Now I am playing with power.  Wink
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April 23, 2018, 09:50:04 PM
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new miner, looking to join a new pool.

I actually signed up for your pool and tried to join but the link was dead.

Ive got 6 antminer s9s (82+ TH)

can you tell me why I should join your pool? Will I get paid consistently? I am currently using antpool just for entry while I decide which other pool to join.

Thanks!
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April 25, 2018, 04:12:31 PM
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new miner, looking to join a new pool.

I actually signed up for your pool and tried to join but the link was dead.

Ive got 6 antminer s9s (82+ TH)

can you tell me why I should join your pool? Will I get paid consistently? I am currently using antpool just for entry while I decide which other pool to join.

Thanks!

If you look at the pool stats, this pool hasn't found a block in quite awhile.  IIUC it's because the pool has a small fraction of the mining power of other pools.  When it hits, it should hit big, but you will also be sharing that bounty with everyone who's been mining up to that point.  The pool fee is pretty small and very reasonable, from what I've seen.  You won't get regular payouts though, unless a LOT more miners join the pool.  I've been using slushpool.  It's pretty regular and if you watch that, you can get a feel for how this all goes, statistically.  I think the fee there is about 2% though.  I really like and support the idea behind this pool - it just doesn't work for me right now.
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April 26, 2018, 08:05:15 PM
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new miner, looking to join a new pool.

I actually signed up for your pool and tried to join but the link was dead.

Ive got 6 antminer s9s (82+ TH)

can you tell me why I should join your pool? Will I get paid consistently? I am currently using antpool just for entry while I decide which other pool to join.

Thanks!

If you look at the pool stats, this pool hasn't found a block in quite awhile.  IIUC it's because the pool has a small fraction of the mining power of other pools.  When it hits, it should hit big, but you will also be sharing that bounty with everyone who's been mining up to that point.  The pool fee is pretty small and very reasonable, from what I've seen.  You won't get regular payouts though, unless a LOT more miners join the pool.  I've been using slushpool.  It's pretty regular and if you watch that, you can get a feel for how this all goes, statistically.  I think the fee there is about 2% though.  I really like and support the idea behind this pool - it just doesn't work for me right now.

Don't forget the 1BTC bonus to the block finder.
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