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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2564985 times)
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July 06, 2017, 07:18:06 AM
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Don't blow a fuse sawa  Grin
This is because you are merging a known coin with an unknown
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July 07, 2017, 02:52:22 AM
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I tried to replicate the problem i had while merge mining, but since it took to long to re-sync a bitcoin node, i tried to merge mine DASH + UNITUS...
Had something strange that i can't seem to get fixed, can somebody push me in the right direction?
I haven't merge-mined in a long time, but I remember having to set different RPC ports for each coin. Is that still needed?

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July 07, 2017, 08:06:15 AM
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I tried to replicate the problem i had while merge mining, but since it took to long to re-sync a bitcoin node, i tried to merge mine DASH + UNITUS...
Had something strange that i can't seem to get fixed, can somebody push me in the right direction?
I haven't merge-mined in a long time, but I remember having to set different RPC ports for each coin. Is that still needed?

Well, i have tried two merge mining setups, the first one couldn't find a share if it's life depended on it, the second one seems to be misconfigured, so i might not be the right person to give advice here... But if i did the setup more or less correct, you can set an rpcport if you want to, but if there is no conflict when using the default rpc port, it's not really necessary.
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July 10, 2017, 05:22:20 PM
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Big dry

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July 11, 2017, 01:26:45 AM
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BTClock!!
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July 11, 2017, 01:36:17 AM
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Ah the block summoning dance. May it rain blocks.
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July 11, 2017, 02:04:18 AM
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Ah the block summoning dance. May it rain blocks.

So I'm glad to say I have finally gotten my Bitcoin cherry popped by mining.....

And now that I have had that experience I guess I might be left slightly disappointed and perhaps might need a pointer or two in the right direction.

One thing might be that I might not know exactly what it is we uncover from a block.

I would be deeply appreciative if someone would be able to enlighten me and if anybody could entertain and English conversation over any medium that would be great.

I'm located in California on Pacific Time thank you so much for your consideration.



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July 11, 2017, 05:26:52 AM
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Ah the block summoning dance. May it rain blocks.

So I'm glad to say I have finally gotten my Bitcoin cherry popped by mining.....

And now that I have had that experience I guess I might be left slightly disappointed and perhaps might need a pointer or two in the right direction.

One thing might be that I might not know exactly what it is we uncover from a block.

I would be deeply appreciative if someone would be able to enlighten me and if anybody could entertain and English conversation over any medium that would be great.

I'm located in California on Pacific Time thank you so much for your consideration.





Why are you disappointed?
Sometimes blocks come in waves, one after another!
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July 11, 2017, 01:02:07 PM
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Quote from: tubexc link=topic=18313.msg20061581#msg20061581

Why are you disappointed?
Sometimes blocks come in waves, one after another!
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I was under the impression when we hit a block,  either we processed more of the block, or there was a greater reward based on what was in the block.

Am to understand that whenever we hit a block that we receive about the same amount?

Where might I get s better understanding of What the reward for mining is,  and how it varies with in the pool?

I Thought there was an amount of bitcoin in s block and when a node hit a block, we discovered how many bitcoins were in the block,  and then based on our hash rate,  and number of miners in the pool, we were given a reward for mining/ processing the bitcoin network.....

Thank you for any insight and Enlightenment you can send my way and again I ask if anyone could have a conversation with me about these matters I really appreciate it.





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July 11, 2017, 01:13:58 PM
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Why are you disappointed?
Sometimes blocks come in waves, one after another!

I was under the impression when we hit a block,  either we processed more of the block, or there was a greater reward based on what was in the block.

Am to understand that whenever we hit a block that we receive about the same amount?

Where might I get s better understanding of What the reward for mining is,  and how it varies with in the pool?

I Thought there was an amount of bitcoin in s block add when a node hit a block, we discovered how many bitcoins were in the block,  and then based on our hash rate,  and number of miners in the pool, we were given a reward for mining/ processing the bitcoin network.....

Thank you for any insight and Enlightenment you can send my way and again I ask if anyone could have a conversation with me about these matters I really appreciate it.







 You just need to here http://p2pool.org/stats/
 Select the tab Active Miners
 Locate your Bitcoin Address
 And see your estimated reward  Cool
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July 11, 2017, 01:26:46 PM
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I am familiar with the process and Link you are referring to and I have been monitoring that ever since I started mining and I did start mining with this pool.

So what it looks like is we are rewarded for processing one piece of a block.

Are there variables as to what is contained in the block that affect the reward amount?

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July 11, 2017, 01:41:15 PM
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I am familiar with the process and Link you are referring to and I have been monitoring that ever since I started mining and I did start mining with this pool.

So what it looks like is we are rewarded for processing one piece of a block.

Are there variables as to what is contained in the block that affect the reward amount?



 The only variables are here  http://p2pool.org/learn/start.php
 And if you are a block finder you have a % , if you want you can dig more on this thread doing a search
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July 11, 2017, 01:42:27 PM
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I am familiar with the process and Link you are referring to and I have been monitoring that ever since I started mining and I did start mining with this pool.

So what it looks like is we are rewarded for processing one piece of a block.

Are there variables as to what is contained in the block that affect the reward amount?



Currently the block reward is 12.5 BTC, the variable is the # of transactions included in the block and the fees associated with those transactions. The transactions included in a given p2pool block are determined by the node that finds it. Your reward is based on the number of valid shares currently in the p2pool share chain, your reward is the same % of the block regardless of what node finds it.

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July 11, 2017, 01:54:37 PM
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Thank you for that I believe when I review that further it will make more sense I'm driving at this time.

Where does your hashrate comes into play?

I was under the impression that the greater your hashrate the greater reward you receive as you are able to do more work in the same amount of time.

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July 11, 2017, 01:58:00 PM
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Thank you for that I believe when I review that further it will make more sense I'm driving at this time.

Where does your hashrate comes into play?

I was under the impression that the greater your hashrate the greater reward you receive as you are able to do more work in the same amount of time.



 If your hashrate is normaly under 1T, i think you will receive the pointless same thing  Grin
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If your hashrate is normaly under 1T, i think you will receive the pointless same thing  Grin


And what if it's NOT under 1T?

If you have 5,10,15,20,30+TH/s doesn't that make a difference?

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July 11, 2017, 02:10:32 PM
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If your hashrate is normaly under 1T, i think you will receive the pointless same thing  Grin


And what if it's NOT under 1T?

If you have 5,10,15,20,30+TH/s doesn't that make a difference?

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I think that from 1 T is a growing arithmetic progression but that will stop at a certain time due to the current difficulty
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July 11, 2017, 02:27:40 PM
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If there are MORE Transaction Fees, in the block, is the reward greater?
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July 11, 2017, 02:31:17 PM
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If there are MORE Transaction Fees, in the block, is the reward greater?

Yes.

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July 12, 2017, 04:53:46 PM
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BTClock!!!
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