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Author Topic: ckpool.org ZERO FEE SPLNS no registration mining pool US/DE/CN  (Read 136297 times)
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March 16, 2018, 11:35:29 PM
Last edit: March 17, 2018, 11:28:28 PM by BSGMiner
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...The pool's HERP is simply added until it reaches 5 * network difficulty. After that it is biased every minute by scaling existing HERP down to add the latest minute's HERP and all users' HERP is adjusted by the same scale the pool's was...
Cool. Thanks for the clarifying quote.
NP, I find it's always useful to requote the OP to people that seem to have not bothered to read it.  Smiley
Ouch...  Wink Actually, I previously read all 1,068 words--yep, I counted 'em--of both the Home page and the first post here; however, I must've forgot that it specifically stated that the users' HERP also adheres to the 5Nd.

Maybe what threw me off was how the "[r]ewards accumulate from blocks worked on even if miners are not scheduled for a payout". Hopefully I'm not missing where it specifically states that those accumulated rewards are also diminished along with the rest of the HERP, but I'll just consider that to be the case unless told otherwise. Thanks again!

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March 17, 2018, 09:17:08 PM
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Ahhhhh...  That would also explain how/why the derp does the two steps forward, one step back thing.... Duh!
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March 19, 2018, 03:29:22 PM
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I have approx 1PH. Would it be easy to configure my Avalon’s to point to this pool? I e tried to read through as much as possible, but it seems different than other pools I’ve used. (slush and NiceHash)

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March 19, 2018, 03:46:38 PM
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I have approx 1PH. Would it be easy to configure my Avalon’s to point to this pool? I e tried to read through as much as possible, but it seems different than other pools I’ve used. (slush and NiceHash)



Mining on this pool is as easy as any other. Point your miners to pool.ckpool.org:3333, with your username as the wallet address you want to send your earned BTC too, and with password x.

Rewards will be larger but less often at this pool due to the lower hashrate. And getting in the top 100 for being paid each time a block is found shouldn't be an issue  of you have 1PH rate.

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March 19, 2018, 09:59:19 PM
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I have approx 1PH. Would it be easy to configure my Avalon’s to point to this pool? I e tried to read through as much as possible, but it seems different than other pools I’ve used. (slush and NiceHash)



Mining on this pool is as easy as any other. Point your miners to pool.ckpool.org:3333, with your username as the wallet address you want to send your earned BTC too, and with password x.

Rewards will be larger but less often at this pool due to the lower hashrate. And getting in the top 100 for being paid each time a block is found shouldn't be an issue  of you have 1PH rate.

Yeah, and in the longterm, you will have much more than on Nicehash, which doesn't pay for Tx fees.
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March 20, 2018, 01:39:10 AM
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I have approx 1PH. Would it be easy to configure my Avalon’s to point to this pool? I e tried to read through as much as possible, but it seems different than other pools I’ve used. (slush and NiceHash)



You won't have a problem getting on the payout list quickly and in the long run should do well with 1PH.
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March 20, 2018, 05:57:26 AM
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Question about shares and the difficulty level:

Over in the support thread for the new terminus miners, we are working on correcting a USB traffic load problem that seems to pop up with multiple miners. Someone floated the idea of using the -suggest diff setting to increase the recognized shares difficulty.

If that ends up working, would that negatively impact our shares in this pool? For the solo pool it makes no difference as the only thing that matters is a hash enough to solve a block... But on this pool our contribution is accumulated over time. Would a suggest diff of, say, 100,000 therefore end up with less herp/derp than one of 40?

It may be a moot point because your pool automatically adjusts to the miner within minutes regardless of the difficulty level...
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March 20, 2018, 05:59:37 AM
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Question about shares and the difficulty level:

Over in the support thread for the new terminus miners, we are working on correcting a USB traffic load problem that seems to pop up with multiple miners. Someone floated the idea of using the -suggest diff setting to increase the recognized shares difficulty.

If that ends up working, would that negatively impact our shares in this pool? For the solo pool it makes no difference as the only thing that matters is a hash enough to solve a block... But on this pool our contribution is accumulated over time. Would a suggest diff of, say, 100,000 therefore end up with less herp/derp than one of 40?

It may be a moot point because your pool automatically adjusts to the miner within minutes regardless of the difficulty level...
Increasing the suggested diff beyond what the pool sets will decrease your bandwidth but increase your variance. Overall your share payout will pretty much end up the same but fluctuate a bit more. Given this pool finds blocks every few weeks I doubt you'll notice any difference whatsoever so if you're trying to decrease bandwidth it's a fine way to do it.

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March 20, 2018, 10:11:52 AM
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I have approx 1PH. Would it be easy to configure my Avalon’s to point to this pool? I e tried to read through as much as possible, but it seems different than other pools I’ve used. (slush and NiceHash)


You'd be most welcome here. There is no need for setting up an account or registering so it's actually easier. Just set the pool to pool.ckpool.org:3333 , the username to your chosen bitcoin address (use the same on all miners) and any password you like.

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March 21, 2018, 05:19:21 PM
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I was using my nicehash BTC wallet address for the pool, do I lose all my work if I change to another wallet?

"accumulated": 5815992.817247814
"herp": 9019192.741226209
You don't lose it but it goes to another address which means you don't accumulate as much in one address. If you were below the payout threshold and abandon the address then it will never get paid anything. I highly recommend using one address as much as possible.

Well... Here's to hoping nicehash comes back online. Hate to lose my work because of their misfortune. If not, I guess I'll just have a learning experience.
The problem is that I can't start allowing people to change addresses unless they had a way to prove they owned those other addresses through signing from the original address. Remember the cardinal rule with bitcoin - unless you own the private keys to your address, you do not have control of your money. Always always use your own wallet where you are in control of your address. Time and time again any time there has been a hack, only those who have not used their own wallets were adversely affected a great deal.

Sorry to rehash an old topic, but I've recently upgraded to a segwit address. If I send you a signed verification from my prior address are you able to merge the two?

If not, or it's work on your end don't worry about it. I literally have no hash power so the amounts are pennies, if that. Mostly I'm trying to increase my chances of getting in the payout pool 😁
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March 21, 2018, 06:48:09 PM
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Sorry to rehash an old topic, but I've recently upgraded to a segwit address. If I send you a signed verification from my prior address are you able to merge the two?

If not, or it's work on your end don't worry about it. I literally have no hash power so the amounts are pennies, if that. Mostly I'm trying to increase my chances of getting in the payout pool 😁
Sorry no, it would need the pool to be literally taken down and manually edit its database before restarting it. It simply doesn't have that kind of functionality. Given the fee free nature of the pool I'm reluctant to add code for such a feature.

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March 21, 2018, 08:53:17 PM
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Sorry no, it would need the pool to be literally taken down and manually edit its database before restarting it. It simply doesn't have that kind of functionality. Given the fee free nature of the pool I'm reluctant to add code for such a feature.

What if someone lost control of their mining address' private key?

Edit: It just occurred to me that if someone lost control of their mining address' private key, they wouldn't be able to sign a message with it to prove that it belonged to them. Still, I'm curious to know how such an issue could be resolved here; it wouldn't be ideal to have someone's subsequent payouts sent to a black hole or a thief.
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March 21, 2018, 09:00:23 PM
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Funny you mention that because that is exactly what happened to me at Kano's pool.
I had to watch helplessly as my pool payouts got immediately withdrawn while I scrambled to download and sync a new wallet/address.


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March 21, 2018, 09:27:07 PM
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Edit: It just occurred to me that if someone lost control of their mining address' private key, they wouldn't be able to sign a message with it to prove that it belonged to them. Still, I'm curious to know how such an issue could be resolved here; it wouldn't be ideal to have someone's subsequent payouts sent to a black hole or a thief.
There's a cyclical problem there - if you can't prove you own the address, then even if the payout was just disabled, the pool could wrongly be withholding someone else's valid reward. Private keys are everything with address based payouts I'm afraid. Then again, private addresses with a proper bitcoin wallet are already far more secure than any web based online security.

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March 21, 2018, 10:46:29 PM
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As the T1s with asicboost are about to start hitting the pools, I will be doing a brief restart of the pool within the next hour updating the parameters accepted by asicboost to stay in line with the recommended mask of version bits for them. We are already starting to see some of the hashrate on the pool as it is now being used for some factory testing already.
Restart completed with no downtime. Mine on.

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March 22, 2018, 05:52:43 PM
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What do you guys think about joining this pool with 23th/s Bitcoin mining?

Go for it man. Support the smaller pools, with the closer community and support. One of the only pools with 0% fees and transaction fees included.

You get paid more but less often than other larger pools, so if you're ok with that this pool should work well for you.  Cheesy

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March 22, 2018, 06:46:25 PM
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What do you guys think about joining this pool with 23th/s Bitcoin mining?

Go for it man. Support the smaller pools, with the closer community and support. One of the only pools with 0% fees and transaction fees included.

You get paid more but less often than other larger pools, so if you're ok with that this pool should work well for you.  Cheesy

Downside of a truly zero fee pool is there is no incentive for the operator to run it and pay all the expenses, or to further develop it.

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March 22, 2018, 07:25:45 PM
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It ain't broke...no need for development it was just fine with the plain old black and white stats. I miss them.
Besides  he gets FREE upgrades from devoted miners...out of love and respect
And it means he is NOT in the game to profit OFF OF THE MINERS...like that other guy
So he does not need to resort to smear tactics and deceptive propaganda bribes and fees to seduce fools to mine at his pool.
It is a real shame his pool does not have a huge hash rate.
The only reason I can't mine here is I can't risk the variance of such a low hash rate PPLNS.
Further CK does not lie and deceive miners of the risks of PPLNS and he PAYS OUT THE DUST.

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March 23, 2018, 01:50:30 AM
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The recent modest rise in hashrate is halong burn testing their new hardware. Here's hoping for a flood of T1 miners choosing this as their home ground in the future too Smiley

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March 23, 2018, 03:58:52 AM
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The recent modest rise in hashrate is halong burn testing their new hardware. Here's hoping for a flood of T1 miners choosing this as their home ground in the future too Smiley

Ahmen to that...

Can't help wondering how long 'wetsuit' 1EcH7pHYTHLo3cbdXfkf6e6Zh5JzCPGumc can afford to continue to contribute his 5.8P of 745 workers....( is 7.7Th /worker still profitable?)

And wondering if the new guy 36JMs8rogpizjkkp6eeKMmm3SLbSNo5H9V with (approx) 2P and 200 workers  (10th/worker)  is Halong warm-up or a whack of T9's

Should we be watching for some 16Th/worker address?
Or is the chip burn in process like running a new race car engine at low rpm?

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