so, let's say I have at one address 50 inputs x 20 coins = 1000 coins

weight of each input is say 4, so total weight is 4 x 50 = 200

then when I send there another 20 coins, those new coins will not get weight?

Or what does that nStakeCombineThreshold value means?

however, but some useful info for These miners, you should bundle your Transactions for better stake results.

the combineThreshold is standart working up to 1000 coins.

if you have a lot of small Transactions they just Count up to 1000 coins together as your stakeWeight.

unsigned int nStakeSplitAge = 1 * 24 * 60 * 60;

int64_t nStakeCombineThreshold = 1000 * COIN;

there exist the CoinAge, CoinWeight , StakeWeight,, NetWeight

the coinAge and CoinWeight result into the StakeWeight for your Client , and this is your part from the netweight

at first maybe i try to give a good example ... you can compare this with lottery tickets

each of your Inputs across your whole wallet is a lottery ticket.

These lottery tickets havent the same win Chance, the win Chance is calculated by the Ammount and Age of These Input.

about your 50x20 Inputs ...

basicly each of These Inputs are a single lottery ticket which are able to win the Price

but the CombineThreshold is able to bundle multiple from your lottery tickets as one bigger ticket.

these bundle of single Inputs is just limited on the Address. so yes if you have 1 Address with 50x20 coins Input

the Client would just try to bundle up to 1000 coins. if you add these aditional 20 coins it would result like this below.

-50 x single WinChance with these 51 Inputs each of them has a weight of 200

-1 x WinChance with the power of 50 Inputs with 20 coins inside and a weight @ 4000

if you add now one more Input, you will just receive one more single ticket.

the Client wouldnt try to bundle it. but you would be able to use 51 single tickets , or 1 combined and 1 single ticket

for the case that you have 1000 coins on one address split into 1000 Inputs

-1000x single win Chance

-1 x single win Chance

there is some Limit existing how much Inputs get bundled, but seriously saying i dont know it.

but the value is realy high.

hmm i hope i could help you a bit ^^ this shit isnt easy to understand or to explain.....

these values can get modified Client side. so if you are able to compile a wallet you can

make the changes on your own. otherwise i can build you a custom wallet with specific Settings.

but it would make more sense to generate one big Input and up to 24 Inputs on your Client.

each from these tickets *you remind 50x20* is a single kernel running on your cpu.