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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2034751 times)
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February 23, 2016, 05:29:09 PM
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When I search for "p2pool blocks", I still get the seriously out-of-date p2pool.info page. I know there is a more accurate one out there but it doesn't appear to show in the search results. Any ideas on what we can do to either get p2pool fixed or disabled with a redirect and/or get the other page promoted in the search rankings?

http://minefast.coincadence.com/p2pool-stats.php  Wink

Forrest controls p2pool.info, that's up to him.

I've been considering moving the stats over to P2Pool.org, that would fix the search rankings...

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February 23, 2016, 05:32:35 PM
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http://minefast.coincadence.com/p2pool-stats.php  Wink

Forrest controls p2pool.info, that's up to him.

I've been considering moving the stats over to P2Pool.org, that would fix the search rankings...

Bookmarked, thanks.

If people can link to that page from elsewhere, that should also increase the search rankings. So remember to do it when you get the chance Smiley

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February 23, 2016, 06:43:41 PM
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so where is P2Pool heading? 8 days expected to find a block.. shouldn't we at least remove the "pay only the last 3 days" part? and make sidechain with longer block time ( less work restarts, longer chain )..
so PPLNS could average over the last 30 days or so?

If there is a hardfork necessary to support >1M blocks, that would definitely be the right time to do something about this.

At the moment, when mining with p2pool you're essentially betting on the pool to find a block in the next three days, which is roughly 30%. Otherwise your hashrate is completely wasted, isn't it?
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February 23, 2016, 08:18:11 PM
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so where is P2Pool heading? 8 days expected to find a block.. shouldn't we at least remove the "pay only the last 3 days" part? and make sidechain with longer block time ( less work restarts, longer chain )..
so PPLNS could average over the last 30 days or so?

If there is a hardfork necessary to support >1M blocks, that would definitely be the right time to do something about this.

At the moment, when mining with p2pool you're essentially betting on the pool to find a block in the next three days, which is roughly 30%. Otherwise your hashrate is completely wasted, isn't it?


Plenty of hashrate is wasted anyway. It means it isn't counted as part of your share though. If your percentage of the pool hashrate remains fairly constant, it won't really make much difference.

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February 25, 2016, 12:51:34 AM
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I've now been running 24 hours with the latest git version & all seems good. The error message seems to have stopped & efficiency is back to normal again.

Good stuff.
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February 25, 2016, 06:11:54 AM
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The administrator of p2pool.co he answer to your emails?

From December to me no longer responds and I should update my node addresses...you know a way to contact him?

thank you and ....sorry for OT  Wink

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February 25, 2016, 10:18:20 AM
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The administrator of p2pool.co he answer to your emails?

I wrote a mail last week. No answer.
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February 26, 2016, 09:10:26 AM
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 Shocked

http://61.219.120.109:9332/static/  -  50 TH  - P2Pool version: 14.0-6 (probably protocol 15?)
http://80.74.153.50:9332/static/     -  563 GH - P2Pool version: 13.4-67
http://104.238.174.252:9332/static/ -  769 GH - P2Pool version: 13.4-67 (probably protocol 15?)
http://80.64.65.87:9332/static/       - 543 GH - P2Pool version: 14.0-13 (show pool rate 300TH....it is possible that 300 th they are at version 14?)
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February 26, 2016, 02:33:55 PM
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Shocked

http://61.219.120.109:9332/static/  -  50 TH  - P2Pool version: 14.0-6 (probably protocol 15?)
http://80.74.153.50:9332/static/     -  563 GH - P2Pool version: 13.4-67
http://104.238.174.252:9332/static/ -  769 GH - P2Pool version: 13.4-67 (probably protocol 15?)
http://80.64.65.87:9332/static/       - 543 GH - P2Pool version: 14.0-13 (show pool rate 300TH....it is possible that 300 th they are at version 14?)
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Yea, it's a bummer, that bottom node was restarted 9 days ago, must be automated.

It's IP is hosted in Hungary by Internet4U, but aside from an abuse email for the full IP block I'm not able to find any contact info...

https://apps.db.ripe.net/search/query.html 80.64.65.87

It is possible that we left 300TH behind in the last hard fork, but I can't see how that many folks would mine away for that long without noticing, seems crazy to me....

Edit: #1 & #3 are running protocol 15, you can visit the /local_stats endpoint to see

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February 26, 2016, 03:00:16 PM
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http://80.74.153.50:9332/static/     -  563 GH - P2Pool version: 13.4-67

This one seems to be on testnet or something. Says 50BTC block reward, and it was just started on 2/23 as you can see in the stats.

If there's no contact to be found, one could try to reach the miner(s) via tiny BTC payment with a message attached.
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February 26, 2016, 03:29:34 PM
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It is possible that we left 300TH behind in the last hard fork, but I can't see how that many folks would mine away for that long without noticing, seems crazy to me....

not good. .

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February 27, 2016, 12:36:54 AM
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Natural ...  Grin ... selection.

When you have money ... you don't have necessary ... the mind to monitor things.


French ... but not so much   ---===---   P2P ... it's people at the end   ---===---   P2Pool (10,9 GH/s).
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February 27, 2016, 10:23:19 AM
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Hi,

I'm very new to bitcoin mining. I'm following the guide in http://p2pool.in

I have a few question:

When the p2pool start, it creates a wallet in bitcoin core. lets call it Wallet A.

and me and my friend setup the miner with the username Wallet B and Wallet C.

My question is when assuming I get something. Does the payment go to Wallet A or Wallet B and C automatically?

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February 27, 2016, 03:36:27 PM
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My question is when assuming I get something. Does the payment go to Wallet A or Wallet B and C automatically?

Code:
start /min g:\p2pool\run_p2pool --net bitcoin -a BITCOINRECEIVEADRESS RPCUSER RPCPASS

don't use a wallet ... use a Bitcoin receive adress.
more safe ... when you don't know.

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February 27, 2016, 03:42:58 PM
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Hi,

I'm very new to bitcoin mining. I'm following the guide in http://p2pool.in

I have a few question:

When the p2pool start, it creates a wallet in bitcoin core. lets call it Wallet A.

and me and my friend setup the miner with the username Wallet B and Wallet C.

My question is when assuming I get something. Does the payment go to Wallet A or Wallet B and C automatically?
It only creates an address if you don't specify one on the command line when starting your node.  That's because it needs a default address to account for node fees and also any shares generated by miners trying to use something other than their BTC address as a username.

If you then have two miners on your node and they are using proper BTC addresses (B and C), then if they have any shares on the chain when a block is hit, the coinbase transaction will directly pay to B and C.

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February 27, 2016, 03:43:39 PM
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Hi,

I'm very new to bitcoin mining. I'm following the guide in http://p2pool.in

I have a few question:

When the p2pool start, it creates a wallet in bitcoin core. lets call it Wallet A.

and me and my friend setup the miner with the username Wallet B and Wallet C.

My question is when assuming I get something. Does the payment go to Wallet A or Wallet B and C automatically?

Hey
There are two separate parts to running your own node.
Bitcoin core (Which has wallet capabilities but warning using these wallets while running full node required for p2pool https://bitcoin.org/en/full-node )
P2pool (when you start p2pool using "python run_p2pool.py" add parameter -a {YOUR BITCOIN ADDRESS HERE})
EXAMPLE OF RUNNING P2POOL WITH DEFINED WALLET (python run_p2pool.py -a 1MuRbSfrKi6KErZjGfiMec76dEkt12fbvg)
When you point your miner to p2pool you also define your wallet under worker aka username but setup above will be a backup just in case you messed up something.

Hope this answers it send me a PM if you need any further help.


 
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February 27, 2016, 04:56:54 PM
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Hi,

I'm very new to bitcoin mining. I'm following the guide in http://p2pool.in

I have a few question:

When the p2pool start, it creates a wallet in bitcoin core. lets call it Wallet A.

and me and my friend setup the miner with the username Wallet B and Wallet C.

My question is when assuming I get something. Does the payment go to Wallet A or Wallet B and C automatically?
It only creates an address if you don't specify one on the command line when starting your node.  That's because it needs a default address to account for node fees and also any shares generated by miners trying to use something other than their BTC address as a username.

If you then have two miners on your node and they are using proper BTC addresses (B and C), then if they have any shares on the chain when a block is hit, the coinbase transaction will directly pay to B and C.

Thank you for explaining to me... so basically the BTC address that p2pool created in the bitcoin core is useless and the amount will always be zero unless someone mine on my p2pool and use their username other than a proper BTC address ? Is it correct?

ok let say my p2pool node have shares (which I assume is "my shares" in the p2pool web stat), and let say I mine at 100 GHZ and my friend at 80 GHZ... when a block is hit... I get 55.555% of the payment? and my friend the rest of it? or is it based on the "payout address" in the share data when you click the share.

Thanks.

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February 27, 2016, 05:05:48 PM
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Hi,

I'm very new to bitcoin mining. I'm following the guide in http://p2pool.in

I have a few question:

When the p2pool start, it creates a wallet in bitcoin core. lets call it Wallet A.

and me and my friend setup the miner with the username Wallet B and Wallet C.

My question is when assuming I get something. Does the payment go to Wallet A or Wallet B and C automatically?

Hey
There are two separate parts to running your own node.
Bitcoin core (Which has wallet capabilities but warning using these wallets while running full node required for p2pool https://bitcoin.org/en/full-node )
P2pool (when you start p2pool using "python run_p2pool.py" add parameter -a {YOUR BITCOIN ADDRESS HERE})
EXAMPLE OF RUNNING P2POOL WITH DEFINED WALLET (python run_p2pool.py -a 1MuRbSfrKi6KErZjGfiMec76dEkt12fbvg)
When you point your miner to p2pool you also define your wallet under worker aka username but setup above will be a backup just in case you messed up something.

Hope this answers it send me a PM if you need any further help.


Can you a little bit explain to me what is the advantage of running full node?
at the moment I only open port 9332 and 9333 so that my friend can connect to my p2pool.
I think I need to open port 8333 to run full node but I don't know what is the advantage of running full node?

as far as I know from jonny explanation is that the BTC address is useless unless someone mine on my p2pool node and not using their BTC address in their username
or unless I want to setup a -f (fee) on my p2pool node to receive fee. otherwise it will not be use for payment ?

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February 27, 2016, 05:49:28 PM
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Hi,

I'm very new to bitcoin mining. I'm following the guide in http://p2pool.in

I have a few question:

When the p2pool start, it creates a wallet in bitcoin core. lets call it Wallet A.

and me and my friend setup the miner with the username Wallet B and Wallet C.

My question is when assuming I get something. Does the payment go to Wallet A or Wallet B and C automatically?

Hey
There are two separate parts to running your own node.
Bitcoin core (Which has wallet capabilities but warning using these wallets while running full node required for p2pool https://bitcoin.org/en/full-node )
P2pool (when you start p2pool using "python run_p2pool.py" add parameter -a {YOUR BITCOIN ADDRESS HERE})
EXAMPLE OF RUNNING P2POOL WITH DEFINED WALLET (python run_p2pool.py -a 1MuRbSfrKi6KErZjGfiMec76dEkt12fbvg)
When you point your miner to p2pool you also define your wallet under worker aka username but setup above will be a backup just in case you messed up something.

Hope this answers it send me a PM if you need any further help.


Can you a little bit explain to me what is the advantage of running full node?
at the moment I only open port 9332 and 9333 so that my friend can connect to my p2pool.
I think I need to open port 8333 to run full node but I don't know what is the advantage of running full node?

as far as I know from jonny explanation is that the BTC address is useless unless someone mine on my p2pool node and not using their BTC address in their username
or unless I want to setup a -f (fee) on my p2pool node to receive fee. otherwise it will not be use for payment ?

In all running a full node connects you with more than 8 peers for an array of purposes mainly in our case mining check the link for exactly what bitcoin core does. Your required to run a full node for p2pool to work properly.

Here a link for more info: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=153232.0
I recommend you read this full it will answer some questions you may have.

If you set things up right at every step parameter -a could be considered "useless". I think its a must and should be setup just-in-case-shit.
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February 28, 2016, 05:35:59 AM
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It's getting hard to solo mine Ethereum...
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