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February 12, 2018, 09:05:04 PM
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"1MEo4aCnSbKA5FaBSVCEPQQYpxRr9MZ4be": 1813018012.14....
that's 111 down the postponed list

If you click on the pool work link http://ckpool.org/pool/pool.work you will see who's scheduled to receive a reward on the next block find under "payouts". If you're in the "postponed" list that means you haven't contributed enough hashrate yet to receive a payout and will be postponed. As you contribute hashrate you can move up into the payout list if a block hasn't yet been found if your hashrate is significant enough. That work page is created dynamically every minute and changes continuously and is an estimate of payout should a block be found this instant.

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February 12, 2018, 09:06:27 PM
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ok, im going to ask a stupid question... i was looking at how payouts work and i dont understand something, im probably seeing it wrong or im just not as knowledgeable as the rest of you guys are but it says that the top 100 miners plus an additional 50 get paid out when a block is found

  "Each time a block is solved, the top 100 miners will receive a payout while 50 of the remaining smaller miners will receive a payout. Rewards will alternate between the smaller miners according to who has waited the longest for a payout. Rewards accumulate from blocks worked on even if miners are not scheduled for a payout with that block."

looking at the active miners list on the new website i am sitting at around the high 30's out of top 100 and i have 2 postponed so far and im not currently on the current payout list. did i miss something or am i overlooking something?
You are in the top 100 currently active miners. The top 100 share contributors in the last 10 trillion shares are the the ones that get paid. Over time you will eventually contribute a proportionate number of shares.

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February 12, 2018, 09:17:35 PM
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ok, im going to ask a stupid question... i was looking at how payouts work and i dont understand something, im probably seeing it wrong or im just not as knowledgeable as the rest of you guys are but it says that the top 100 miners plus an additional 50 get paid out when a block is found

  "Each time a block is solved, the top 100 miners will receive a payout while 50 of the remaining smaller miners will receive a payout. Rewards will alternate between the smaller miners according to who has waited the longest for a payout. Rewards accumulate from blocks worked on even if miners are not scheduled for a payout with that block."

looking at the active miners list on the new website i am sitting at around the high 30's out of top 100 and i have 2 postponed so far and im not currently on the current payout list. did i miss something or am i overlooking something?
You are in the top 100 currently active miners. The top 100 share contributors in the last 10 trillion shares are the the ones that get paid. Over time you will eventually contribute a proportionate number of shares.

thank you for the clarification.
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February 13, 2018, 01:03:43 AM
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 I love the new page:

 http://ckpool.org/#/miners

Thanks morktadela!

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February 13, 2018, 02:28:16 AM
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I love the new page:

 http://ckpool.org/#/miners

Thanks morktadela!

I agree. Never hurts to see how you stack up against everyone else. You never know, maybe it will lead to people upgrading their equipment to move up the list.
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February 13, 2018, 08:05:07 AM
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ok, im going to ask a stupid question... i was looking at how payouts work and i dont understand something, im probably seeing it wrong or im just not as knowledgeable as the rest of you guys are but it says that the top 100 miners plus an additional 50 get paid out when a block is found

  "Each time a block is solved, the top 100 miners will receive a payout while 50 of the remaining smaller miners will receive a payout. Rewards will alternate between the smaller miners according to who has waited the longest for a payout. Rewards accumulate from blocks worked on even if miners are not scheduled for a payout with that block."

looking at the active miners list on the new website i am sitting at around the high 30's out of top 100 and i have 2 postponed so far and im not currently on the current payout list. did i miss something or am i overlooking something?
You are in the top 100 currently active miners. The top 100 share contributors in the last 10 trillion shares are the the ones that get paid. Over time you will eventually contribute a proportionate number of shares.

am I wrong in saying that, 1MEo4aCnSbKA5FaBSVCEPQQYpxRr9MZ4be, going to get around 0.00214289 BTC if a block is found in the near future?


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February 13, 2018, 10:31:45 AM
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ok, im going to ask a stupid question... i was looking at how payouts work and i dont understand something, im probably seeing it wrong or im just not as knowledgeable as the rest of you guys are but it says that the top 100 miners plus an additional 50 get paid out when a block is found

  "Each time a block is solved, the top 100 miners will receive a payout while 50 of the remaining smaller miners will receive a payout. Rewards will alternate between the smaller miners according to who has waited the longest for a payout. Rewards accumulate from blocks worked on even if miners are not scheduled for a payout with that block."

looking at the active miners list on the new website i am sitting at around the high 30's out of top 100 and i have 2 postponed so far and im not currently on the current payout list. did i miss something or am i overlooking something?
You are in the top 100 currently active miners. The top 100 share contributors in the last 10 trillion shares are the the ones that get paid. Over time you will eventually contribute a proportionate number of shares.

am I wrong in saying that, 1MEo4aCnSbKA5FaBSVCEPQQYpxRr9MZ4be, going to get around 0.00214289 BTC if a block is found in the near future?



Not on the next block unless you accumulate a lot more shares before the block is found (and then you'll earn more than the .002). You'll see you're not on the pool work payouts list, only in the active miners. However that amount will be credited towards whichever block you do end up getting into the work.

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February 13, 2018, 02:49:04 PM
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I have some dust (low value derp) mined under an old address that I don't plan on reusing.  

Is there any way for miners to donate that to the pool?  

Signed message maybe?



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February 13, 2018, 08:11:57 PM
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I have some dust (low value derp) mined under an old address that I don't plan on reusing.  

Is there any way for miners to donate that to the pool?  

Signed message maybe?
Thanks for the offer. Don't worry about it, if it's below dust threshold it will just go away with time and isn't worth worrying about. Now if only our hashrate was higher so that the "with time" happened faster.

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February 13, 2018, 11:53:45 PM
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Just added 9T.  Going to stick around for a month or two and see how it goes.
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February 14, 2018, 04:36:00 AM
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Just added 9T.  Going to stick around for a month or two and see how it goes.
Welcome aboard, one needs to be very patient to mine here for the time being.

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As I have done on the solo pool, I will be restarting this pool within the next hour to bring native segwit address AKA bech32 support.

Restart completed uneventfully. This pool now supports bech32 addresses. These are currently available on only electrum wallet by default, but the next version of bitcoin core due out, 0.16.0, will be able to natively support them. These are native segwit addresses that start with bc1 instead of 1x or 3x (eg bc1qw508d6qejxtdg4y5r3zarvary0c5xw7kv8f3t4), and the advantage of native segwit addresses is they take up less blockchain space making transactions that use them slightly smaller and thereby having a very slight decrease in transaction fee.

For more information, see:
https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0173.mediawiki

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February 17, 2018, 04:04:28 PM
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Sorry guys, moving the 50Th/s to CK's 'solo' mining pool, better lottery chance there ... I was in the top bracket not postponed, but didn't receive payout for either 2 blocks.

13yji5b65pXXWQjQo4B1oxZGwjQRXnV7hr   0.01226845


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February 17, 2018, 04:46:37 PM
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As I have done on the solo pool, I will be restarting this pool within the next hour to bring native segwit address AKA bech32 support.

Restart completed uneventfully. This pool now supports bech32 addresses. These are currently available on only electrum wallet by default, but the next version of bitcoin core due out, 0.16.0, will be able to natively support them. These are native segwit addresses that start with bc1 instead of 1x or 3x (eg bc1qw508d6qejxtdg4y5r3zarvary0c5xw7kv8f3t4), and the advantage of native segwit addresses is they take up less blockchain space making transactions that use them slightly smaller and thereby having a very slight decrease in transaction fee.

For more information, see:
https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0173.mediawiki

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February 17, 2018, 05:14:45 PM
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Sorry guys, moving the 50Th/s to CK's 'solo' mining pool, better lottery chance there ... I was in the top bracket not postponed, but didn't receive payout for either 2 blocks.

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What 2 blocks?

Looks like you started mining here around jan. 30th.

we found a block on Feb. 4th and you recived 0.00922159 BTC

http://ckpool.org/blocks/507708.confirmed and https://blockchain.info/tx/a95cd7cee31d441f3ead84e343cb29fd2dac6aaa2423695dacbc22b78eab714d
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If we found a block right now,  with you stopping mining, you would receive another approx. "13yji5b65pXXWQjQo4B1oxZGwjQRXnV7hr": 0.01252767 BTC  + more over the course of the next 4 blocks as your hash rate winds down.

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February 17, 2018, 11:34:02 PM
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My address is under the "payouts" section, no payout: "14KWusF6jjxCaEi1e2fF2pv4AUFybo6RMe": 0.00395418
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February 17, 2018, 11:35:17 PM
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My address is under the "payouts" section, no payout: "14KWusF6jjxCaEi1e2fF2pv4AUFybo6RMe": 0.00395418
Right, it means when we find a block, that's how much you will get as a payout.

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February 17, 2018, 11:56:59 PM
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My address is under the "payouts" section, no payout: "14KWusF6jjxCaEi1e2fF2pv4AUFybo6RMe": 0.00395418
Right, it means when we find a block, that's how much you will get as a payout.

Oh. So after a cycle? Wait for the second one found for a payout to happen? Was chipping away before the last block came.
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February 18, 2018, 12:46:20 AM
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My address is under the "payouts" section, no payout: "14KWusF6jjxCaEi1e2fF2pv4AUFybo6RMe": 0.00395418
Right, it means when we find a block, that's how much you will get as a payout.

Oh. So after a cycle? Wait for the second one found for a payout to happen? Was chipping away before the last block came.
You weren't in the payouts list at the time the block came.

Here are the full block details for the last found block:
http://ckpool.org/blocks/507708.confirmed

You'll see you're in the postponed list with this much herp:
"14KWusF6jjxCaEi1e2fF2pv4AUFybo6RMe": 1084910365.24,

You hadn't mined enough prior to that block find.

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February 18, 2018, 04:36:36 PM
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Right, it means when we find a block, that's how much you will get as a payout.

This statement is confusing to me (as a newbie). Seems like you should have said; If we find the current block (that we are working on), that's how much you will get as a payout.

The reward for each block changes and more than likely you will not get that amount, could be more or could be less.

Now if you changed derp to show the payout based on the minimum block reward of 12.5 you could state it the way you did. But, you would need a new field to track the variable payout from fees included in the block.

IMHO
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