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June 09, 2011, 03:29:48 PM
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Hi,

I have two simple questions and I didn't find any answers in the forum yet:

1. If I solo mine where do I see I if I have calculated blocks and if hit the right one (poclbm on Ubuntu 11.04)? I mean under pool mining I got shares and blocks assigend from the pool and I can see something happen.
2. If I'm lucky and got one, how does it work that I get 50 BTC as a compensation? I mean there is no transaction from A to B. In pool mining the pool calculates my share on the calculated block (PPS, Props, ...) and then I can easily transfer the BTCs to my wallet.

Thanks

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June 09, 2011, 04:14:23 PM
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Your miner should be pointing to your wallet address. If you hit a block, the first transaction will be 50BTC to your wallet address. You can just check your wallet balance to see if you hit one.

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OK, but from whom are the 50 BTC coming from?
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