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November 20, 2013, 11:25:45 PM
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anyone near Philly gets lucky and still gets their modules tonight

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yeah i guess if we told them to hold it in Philly we could of picked it up today..  but mine also went to the burbs to spend the night
When I got my miners, I had them hold it in west chester and grabbed them when they opened in the morning..  I'm a bit busy now so just hope they dont need a signature

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November 20, 2013, 11:27:05 PM
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November 20, 2013, 11:27:21 PM
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And please tell me, why do you mine at Eligius? Such an ugly site! That Wizkid and his pool.

I mine at eligius because with 11 Jupiters, 3% Fees would have been over 11 Coins already for me that I would have given to BTCGuild or other pools.

Why mine at any other pool when Eligius is 0% Fees? Because you like pretty Stats? Not worth all that lost money.

Also 105% PPS NMC helps out, get an extra coin or two per month. Pool basically pays you to mine there Tongue

Ghash.io has 0% fee, pays transactions to miners, and merge-mines NMC, IXC, and DVC - and their stats page seems to be very reliable.

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November 20, 2013, 11:35:40 PM
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And please tell me, why do you mine at Eligius? Such an ugly site! That Wizkid and his pool.

I mine at eligius because with 11 Jupiters, 3% Fees would have been over 11 Coins already for me that I would have given to BTCGuild or other pools.

Why mine at any other pool when Eligius is 0% Fees? Because you like pretty Stats? Not worth all that lost money.

Also 105% PPS NMC helps out, get an extra coin or two per month. Pool basically pays you to mine there Tongue

Ghash.io has 0% fee, pays transactions to miners, and merge-mines NMC, IXC, and DVC - and their stats page seems to be very reliable.

Do you mine there? Any downsides?

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November 20, 2013, 11:37:34 PM
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And please tell me, why do you mine at Eligius? Such an ugly site! That Wizkid and his pool.

I mine at eligius because with 11 Jupiters, 3% Fees would have been over 11 Coins already for me that I would have given to BTCGuild or other pools.

Why mine at any other pool when Eligius is 0% Fees? Because you like pretty Stats? Not worth all that lost money.

Also 105% PPS NMC helps out, get an extra coin or two per month. Pool basically pays you to mine there Tongue

Ghash.io has 0% fee, pays transactions to miners, and merge-mines NMC, IXC, and DVC - and their stats page seems to be very reliable.

Do you mine there? Any downsides?

Just started mining there, but I see no downside so far...

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November 20, 2013, 11:38:10 PM
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Colour me suspicious but ghash.io don't have the greatest track record as an upstanding part of the bitcoin community.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=327767.0

There is more to choosing a pool than just apparent returns.

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November 20, 2013, 11:41:07 PM
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Colour me suspicious but ghash.io don't have the greatest track record as an upstanding part of the bitcoin community.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=327767.0

There is more to choosing a pool than just apparent returns.

Maybe that's real, and maybe it's just FUD to weaken a strong competitor - I don't know and frankly, neither do you at the moment.  I'll give them the benefit of the doubt for now.

Innocent until proven guilty and all that, you know.

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November 20, 2013, 11:43:39 PM
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Colour me suspicious but ghash.io don't have the greatest track record as an upstanding part of the bitcoin community.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=327767.0

There is more to choosing a pool than just apparent returns.

Maybe that's real, and maybe it's just FUD to weaken a strong competitor - I don't know and frankly, neither do you at the moment.  I'll give them the benefit of the doubt for now.

Irrespective of whether you believe it or not, my recommendation is to at least take into consideration a pool's proportion of the total network before jumping in with them to not make this sort of attack so easy to perform.

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November 20, 2013, 11:45:19 PM
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Colour me suspicious but ghash.io don't have the greatest track record as an upstanding part of the bitcoin community.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=327767.0

There is more to choosing a pool than just apparent returns.

Maybe that's real, and maybe it's just FUD to weaken a strong competitor - I don't know and frankly, neither do you at the moment.  I'll give them the benefit of the doubt for now.

Irrespective of whether you believe it or not, my recommendation is to at least take into consideration a pool's proportion of the total network before jumping in with them to not make this sort of attack so easy to perform.

I concur that that is a reasonable factor in any miner's decision on where to mine.

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November 20, 2013, 11:55:00 PM
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does anyone experience some variances after 0.99 upgrade? one of my Jupiters were hashing at about 450gh/s then suddenly after 20 days of mining suddenly drops on 430gh/s after 0.99 upgrade i get only 380gh/s. i assume one of the boards, because it gets hotter than others.

anyone have similar problem?
try wiggle the pci power connections....
use bertmod to watch the vrm come to life...
had the same happen... could help.

**On Eliguis...   I'm really happy there... We solve blocks like "White on rice" compared to slush, the transaction fees really add up... and Wizkid has proven to be VERY reliable...  and talented. High % uptime; and the graphs aren't done...he's working on them.... right now actually; along with many other features...  given time, I'd bet he's planning merge mining other crypto's like LTC, DEV,  like ghash.io does.....
No offense to slushie pool, he's a talent himself! These guys are brainiacs....   just I like Eligius better for a few reasons, NMC, no pool Fees, shared transaction fees, etc...  the graphing...
I think Luke & Wizkid should join forces.... just a thought....


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November 21, 2013, 12:26:46 AM
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Colour me suspicious but ghash.io don't have the greatest track record as an upstanding part of the bitcoin community.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=327767.0

There is more to choosing a pool than just apparent returns.

Maybe that's real, and maybe it's just FUD to weaken a strong competitor - I don't know and frankly, neither do you at the moment.  I'll give them the benefit of the doubt for now.

Innocent until proven guilty and all that, you know.


Whoah kano went off on one there at the end Shocked

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November 21, 2013, 12:31:25 AM
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does anyone experience some variances after 0.99 upgrade? one of my Jupiters were hashing at about 450gh/s then suddenly after 20 days of mining suddenly drops on 430gh/s after 0.99 upgrade i get only 380gh/s. i assume one of the boards, because it gets hotter than others.

anyone have similar problem?
try wiggle the pci power connections....
use bertmod to watch the vrm come to life...
had the same happen... could help.

**On Eliguis...   I'm really happy there... We solve blocks like "White on rice" compared to slush, the transaction fees really add up... and Wizkid has proven to be VERY reliable...  and talented. High % uptime; and the graphs aren't done...he's working on them.... right now actually; along with many other features...  given time, I'd bet he's planning merge mining other crypto's like LTC, DEV,  like ghash.io does.....
No offense to slushie pool, he's a talent himself! These guys are brainiacs....   just I like Eligius better for a few reasons, NMC, no pool Fees, shared transaction fees, etc...  the graphing...
I think Luke & Wizkid should join forces.... just a thought....

I thought Elgius was known as "Luke-Jr's pool" but wizkid057 maintained it?

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November 21, 2013, 12:36:02 AM
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Colour me suspicious but ghash.io don't have the greatest track record as an upstanding part of the bitcoin community.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=327767.0

There is more to choosing a pool than just apparent returns.

Maybe that's real, and maybe it's just FUD to weaken a strong competitor - I don't know and frankly, neither do you at the moment.  I'll give them the benefit of the doubt for now.

Innocent until proven guilty and all that, you know.


Whoah kano went off on one there at the end Shocked
Hah that's usual for kano. His point about luke-Jr actually condoning that action was still a very valid point though.

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November 21, 2013, 12:40:47 AM
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Honestly, I think that if anyone is really deeply committed to 'doing your part' to fight decentralization of mining, you NEED to be mining with P2pool, or using your coding skills to help forrestv make it the best pool option available.

P2pool (or some other yet-to-be-invented distributed pool system) is the ONLY chance to really fight decentralization.  Expecting miners to altruistically choose their mining pool is NOT a realistic long-term strategy.

I tried to use P2pool, but right now, it simply does not work well enough with the fastest ASIC H/W currently available - or maybe the H/W does not work well with P2pool.  Regardless of where the fault lies, miners are going to use the fastest H/W they can get, and P2pool will lose until either it adapts to the H/W, or future vendors adapt to P2pool.

In any case, the point here is that distributed pool mining needs to be the future if decentralization is to be avoided.  Anything else is just a losing strategy.  Altruism, while admirable, will not save the day here.  It will just lose you money in the short term.

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does anyone experience some variances after 0.99 upgrade? one of my Jupiters were hashing at about 450gh/s then suddenly after 20 days of mining suddenly drops on 430gh/s after 0.99 upgrade i get only 380gh/s. i assume one of the boards, because it gets hotter than others.

anyone have similar problem?
try wiggle the pci power connections....
use bertmod to watch the vrm come to life...
had the same happen... could help.

**On Eliguis...   I'm really happy there... We solve blocks like "White on rice" compared to slush, the transaction fees really add up... and Wizkid has proven to be VERY reliable...  and talented. High % uptime; and the graphs aren't done...he's working on them.... right now actually; along with many other features...  given time, I'd bet he's planning merge mining other crypto's like LTC, DEV,  like ghash.io does.....
No offense to slushie pool, he's a talent himself! These guys are brainiacs....   just I like Eligius better for a few reasons, NMC, no pool Fees, shared transaction fees, etc...  the graphing...
I think Luke & Wizkid should join forces.... just a thought....

i will inspect the power connections, i have not tried the bertmod yet as i am very scared it might brick the device. anyway, thanks for the answer and i will look up on the knc forum for some bertmod help.
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November 21, 2013, 12:49:48 AM
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Honestly, I think that if anyone is really deeply committed to 'doing your part' to fight decentralization of mining, you NEED to be mining with P2pool, or using your coding skills to help forrestv make it the best pool option available.

P2pool (or some other yet-to-be-invented distributed pool system) is the ONLY chance to really fight decentralization.  Expecting miners to altruistically choose their mining pool is NOT a realistic long-term strategy.

I tried to use P2pool, but right now, it simply does not work well enough with the fastest ASIC H/W currently available - or maybe the H/W does not work well with P2pool.  Regardless of where the fault lies, miners are going to use the fastest H/W they can get, and P2pool will lose until either it adapts to the H/W, or future vendors adapt to P2pool.

In any case, the point here is that distributed pool mining needs to be the future if decentralization is to be avoided.  Anything else is just a losing strategy.  Altruism, while admirable, will not save the day here.  It will just lose you money in the short term.


I know what you mean I went over to multipool which I used to use for scrypt mining on gpu's as they were trying to get their Bitcoin pool hashrate up. I spent nearly 48 hours there without getting one decimal fraction of a BTC because basically I was like 15% of the hashrate on my own. Effectively it was like solo mining.

Whats P2pool like as an experience?

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Honestly, I think that if anyone is really deeply committed to 'doing your part' to fight decentralization of mining, you NEED to be mining with P2pool, or using your coding skills to help forrestv make it the best pool option available.

P2pool (or some other yet-to-be-invented distributed pool system) is the ONLY chance to really fight decentralization.  Expecting miners to altruistically choose their mining pool is NOT a realistic long-term strategy.

I tried to use P2pool, but right now, it simply does not work well enough with the fastest ASIC H/W currently available - or maybe the H/W does not work well with P2pool.  Regardless of where the fault lies, miners are going to use the fastest H/W they can get, and P2pool will lose until either it adapts to the H/W, or future vendors adapt to P2pool.

In any case, the point here is that distributed pool mining needs to be the future if decentralization is to be avoided.  Anything else is just a losing strategy.  Altruism, while admirable, will not save the day here.  It will just lose you money in the short term.


I know what you mean I went over to multipool which I used to use for scrypt mining on gpu's as they were trying to get their Bitcoin pool hashrate up. I spent nearly 48 hours there without getting one decimal fraction of a BTC because basically I was like 15% of the hashrate on my own. Effectively it was like solo mining.

Whats P2pool like as an experience?

It works pretty well if you have enough hashpower, but the variance is very high if you are a low-hashrate miner.  Some hardware (like Knc H/W) does not work well with it, at least it didn't the last time I tried.  The payout is good - miners get 100% of block reward + transactions.

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November 21, 2013, 12:57:25 AM
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KnC works fine on p2pool with the later firmwares which fixed the slow block change problem (ie >= 0.97).

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November 21, 2013, 01:04:19 AM
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KnC works fine on p2pool with the later firmwares which fixed the slow block change problem (ie >= 0.97).

It works a lot better, but my experience was that I seemed to still end up losing about 40GH/s over time.  It's hard to tell what the actual effect of the apparent lower hash rate is with P2pool though - it's possible that I just didn't give it enough time - the dynamics of mining on P2pool are a lot different than on traditional pools.  In bitcoin mining, though, difficulty never rests, so time is very much at a premium.  I just gave up and moved on.

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I know what you mean I went over to multipool which I used to use for scrypt mining on gpu's as they were trying to get their Bitcoin pool hashrate up. I spent nearly 48 hours there without getting one decimal fraction of a BTC because basically I was like 15% of the hashrate on my own. Effectively it was like solo mining.

Whats P2pool like as an experience?

It works pretty well if you have enough hashpower, but the variance is very high if you are a low-hashrate miner.  Some hardware (like Knc H/W) does not work well with it, at least it didn't the last time I tried.  The payout is good - miners get 100% of block reward + transactions.


But a 2% pool fee? According to p2pool.org

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