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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2566756 times)
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July 26, 2016, 06:54:12 PM
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The donation should use P2Pool's patron_sendmany endpoint to generate the transaction.

It's better to send a single large tx as that will payout a higher percentage of miners, and include some smaller ones that would miss out on smaller amounts.

If we get to a 1BTC commitment level, I'll provide an address for the donations, and then link to the patron_sendmany transaction in the blockchain to prove I sent it.
Sounds good.

Do we have 1btc committed to send?  I can cover 100-200 mBTC worth.
So send it all to you?  I think it is best to combine the funds into one send to make sure it reaches the most on the pool.
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July 26, 2016, 10:43:27 PM
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I think we're up to 0.402 BTC at this point, across (3) donators. 

In terms of sending to a Bitcoin address, I think windpath had the right idea. If he can create an address that links directly to the coincadence.com site, he could handle the routing to the sendmany function at his P2Pool node (with Blockchain records as proof).  That is the best P2Pool site that I can find these days. With the hopes of other people donating in the future, coincadence seems like a legit landing page.

Sorry if I'm over volunteering you windpath  Shocked. You just seem to know what you're doing.
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July 27, 2016, 01:45:00 AM
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I think we're up to 0.402 BTC at this point, across (3) donators. 

In terms of sending to a Bitcoin address, I think windpath had the right idea. If he can create an address that links directly to the coincadence.com site, he could handle the routing to the sendmany function at his P2Pool node (with Blockchain records as proof).  That is the best P2Pool site that I can find these days. With the hopes of other people donating in the future, coincadence seems like a legit landing page.

Sorry if I'm over volunteering you windpath  Shocked. You just seem to know what you're doing.
Yep, that will work. WP send me your address in a PM or something. Or post it here.
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July 27, 2016, 05:05:07 PM
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BLOCK!!! Holy hell finally!


I thought it was more than 0.4 BTC... I was contributing 0.1 or so.  I agree, lets volunteer windpath  Tongue
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July 27, 2016, 07:14:32 PM
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BLOCK!!! Holy hell finally!


I thought it was more than 0.4 BTC... I was contributing 0.1 or so.  I agree, lets volunteer windpath  Tongue

How do you see which node found the block?

When restarting my server, is there a graceful way to terminate p2pool or should I just kill the process?

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July 28, 2016, 02:10:48 PM
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It's possible to know which node found the block, but a bit of a PITA in application.

The last 8 characters of the block hash represent the P2Pool share hash that found the block, so for block 422470:

000000000000000004ede06b3d98068574705bd40a494abaebbb6b883ad4875b

You could visit each P2Pool node and look for who found share 3ad4875b, thats the share that was accepted as a block.

Edit: As far as restarting P2Pool goes, the only way is to kill the process, that being said one of the cool things about P2Pool is you can start a new instance while the existing one is running to minimize downtime. The new instance will wait for the existing to terminate to take over, so...

Start new instance -> wait a few minutes -> kill old instance -> new instance takes over

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July 28, 2016, 02:28:30 PM
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How do you see which node found the block?
This block was found by one of mine.

http://ml.toom.im:9334/static/share.html#000000000000000004ede06b3d98068574705bd40a494abaebbb6b883ad4875b

Note the "Peer first received from: null" message.

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July 29, 2016, 12:12:25 AM
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BLOCK!!! Holy hell finally!


I thought it was more than 0.4 BTC... I was contributing 0.1 or so.  I agree, lets volunteer windpath  Tongue

Ok, I thought you meant 1 milibit, sorry about that. The good news is that means we are at 0.5 BTC! Halfway there Grin
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July 29, 2016, 04:33:54 AM
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BLOCK!!! Holy hell finally!


I thought it was more than 0.4 BTC... I was contributing 0.1 or so.  I agree, lets volunteer windpath  Tongue

Ok, I thought you meant 1 milibit, sorry about that. The good news is that means we are at 0.5 BTC! Halfway there Grin
I thought the original deal was .5btc?

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July 30, 2016, 06:18:00 PM
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I'm pretty sure WP quoted 1 BTC. Seems fair to me, since he is also hosting the website and likely doing the programming for the donation link.

But we're halfway there! If we get lucky and hit a few blocks in a row (not like the last 36 days!) maybe I can chip in more.  Maybe the creator Forest monitors this forum sometime and will chip in. I always have my node donate 1% to him and I'm sure many others do too.

If your listening Forest chip in! Love your work on P2Pool and the hope is this will only make it more popular! And, of course, save BTC thru decentralized mining  Grin
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July 31, 2016, 01:32:10 AM
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I'm pretty sure WP quoted 1 BTC. Seems fair to me, since he is also hosting the website and likely doing the programming for the donation link.

But we're halfway there! If we get lucky and hit a few blocks in a row (not like the last 36 days!) maybe I can chip in more.  Maybe the creator Forest monitors this forum sometime and will chip in. I always have my node donate 1% to him and I'm sure many others do too.

If your listening Forest chip in! Love your work on P2Pool and the hope is this will only make it more popular! And, of course, save BTC thru decentralized mining  Grin

It was 1 BTC, and note it will go to current miners, not me Wink

As a side note, raising some money for Forrest rather than asking for it might be more appropriate Smiley

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August 01, 2016, 02:40:50 PM
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Touché. I wasn't trying to offend Forest, rather benefit the entire community. For the record, I've donated 1% of all my earnings to him. My intent has simply been to help P2Pool grow, and if we ever get this donation link launched I believe Forest would make back far more than his contribution (as will all us miners).

I'm definitely still a newbie to this forum, and apologize if I offended Forest or anyone else. There's a reason I'm an electrical engineer, and not a PR spokesperson.  Undecided

Again, sorry if I offended. Still halfway there! Let's make it happen Captain!
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August 02, 2016, 02:31:44 AM
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I'm pretty sure WP quoted 1 BTC. Seems fair to me, since he is also hosting the website and likely doing the programming for the donation link.

But we're halfway there! If we get lucky and hit a few blocks in a row (not like the last 36 days!) maybe I can chip in more.  Maybe the creator Forest monitors this forum sometime and will chip in. I always have my node donate 1% to him and I'm sure many others do too.

If your listening Forest chip in! Love your work on P2Pool and the hope is this will only make it more popular! And, of course, save BTC thru decentralized mining  Grin

It was 1 BTC, and note it will go to current miners, not me Wink

As a side note, raising some money for Forrest rather than asking for it might be more appropriate Smiley
naah, you volunteered, so there we go. Forrest gets the 1%. I can't donate a bitcoin at this time, so anyone else want to step up with the rest?

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August 02, 2016, 11:57:14 AM
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Not offended at all, and appriciate your enthusiasm Smiley

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August 04, 2016, 11:45:56 AM
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Not offended at all, and appriciate your enthusiasm Smiley

Cool Beans! Speaking of enthusiasm...BLOCK!! Grin
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August 04, 2016, 02:34:42 PM
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Cool Beans! Speaking of enthusiasm...BLOCK!! Grin
Which block are you referring to? We found two.

Btw, windpath, http://minefast.coincadence.com/p2pool-stats.php is getting confused.

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August 05, 2016, 10:18:34 AM
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We are on a roll! 3 blocks within 30 hours. Hot damn!

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August 06, 2016, 12:39:16 PM
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Cool Beans! Speaking of enthusiasm...BLOCK!! Grin
Which block are you referring to? We found two.

Btw, windpath, http://minefast.coincadence.com/p2pool-stats.php is getting confused.

Yea, never fails when I'm on vacation... Back in office Monday to fix

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August 17, 2016, 02:21:25 PM
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i started using p2p pool with my asic block erupter, and also i can see it connects , current reward for block's is 0 btc but after 24 hours mining it is 0.01 btc,

so does this mean that after 24 hours if i connect and and mine and find a block i will be paid 0.01.??

also the bfg miner is showing 0.00 btc/ hr

then it updated to 196nbtc/hr

1 nBTC = 0.000000001 BTC

after it started accepting so it means its mining 196nbtc now for a hour right.??

so how to i get paid and when and how can i see how much has the bfg miner mined.Huh

there are lots of pools named p2pool

http://www.p2pool.com/

i am using this one , i don't know the pool mentioned here is the same one.

other places named p2pool

http://p2pool.in/

http://p2pool.org/

some guy on a another thread told me this was the officil p2pool thread can anyone help me

and let me know when i will be paid what i mined.??

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August 17, 2016, 03:58:51 PM
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So, first of all, when you mention a block erupter, you mean one of those little USB sticks that does about 333Mh/s, right?  I hate to burst your bubble here, but at current difficulty you would expect to earn about 0.00000039BTC a day.

With p2pool, to even get paid, you need to find a share to be added to the share chain.  That share needs to be on the payout list when somebody finds a block.  Currently, p2pool expects to take about 13 days to find a block.  This means if you are constantly mining with your BE and p2pool is finding blocks at about 100% luck, then every 13 days or so you would expect to see a payout of 0.00000507BTC, which is a dust transaction.  In other words, most mining pools wouldn't consider accepting that as a valid input to any transaction you might want to send, and your transactions would remain pretty much guaranteed not to ever confirm.

By they way, windpath owns/maintains p2pool.org.  He also runs minefast.coincadence.com (a good p2pool node).

I know you would like to mine, and seems like you want to be on p2pool; however, with that BE it just won't be worthwhile.

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