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July 21, 2018, 04:44:12 AM
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Can someone clarify the ramp up/ramp down again for me? I'm a small miner and have less than 100 gh at the moment. I've been mining here for months and managed to earn $1.06 as of a few days ago (not sure my herp/derp numbers as this was from the computergenie site.

Anyway, I get a problem with my miner and had to take it offline for 48 hours before I could start it again... Only to see my prior work is essentially erased and now I'm sitting at $0.05 in pending payouts.

So my question is if it is even worth my time mining here. I can't guarantee my miners won't have downtime in the months to years it will take to get in the payout pool, and if my prior work gets superceded by the guys with the real hashrates in only a few hours I will never earn a payout.

I don't expect to turn a profit mining, I do it to support the network but if I'll never even get a miniscule payout I might as well join the solo pool and give up here.
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July 21, 2018, 04:48:27 AM
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Can someone clarify the ramp up/ramp down again for me? I'm a small miner and have less than 100 gh at the moment. I've been mining here for months and managed to earn $1.06 as of a few days ago (not sure my herp/derp numbers as this was from the computergenie site.

Anyway, I get a problem with my miner and had to take it offline for 48 hours before I could start it again... Only to see my prior work is essentially erased and now I'm sitting at $0.05 in pending payouts.

So my question is if it is even worth my time mining here. I can't guarantee my miners won't have downtime in the months to years it will take to get in the payout pool, and if my prior work gets superceded by the guys with the real hashrates in only a few hours I will never earn a payout.

I don't expect to turn a profit mining, I do it to support the network but if I'll never even get a miniscule payout I might as well join the solo pool and give up here.
Work is not "erased". Your payout simply dropped from not contributing for 48 hours so you'll get paid for all the shares you submitted before that and any you submit after that. There is no such thing as "superseding" someone else's work. It's silly to worry about downtime thinking that somehow you won't get paid for it - of course you won't get paid for the period you're not mining... but it has no effect on the period you are mining for. The ramp up/down is about 2 weeks long. If it's not worth mining here, then it's not worth mining ANYWHERE with such a small hashrate. This pool has the fairest small miner/dust payout management you'll find anywhere.

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July 21, 2018, 10:50:35 AM
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Can someone clarify the ramp up/ramp down again for me? I'm a small miner and have less than 100 gh at the moment. I've been mining here for months and managed to earn $1.06 as of a few days ago (not sure my herp/derp numbers as this was from the computergenie site.

Anyway, I get a problem with my miner and had to take it offline for 48 hours before I could start it again... Only to see my prior work is essentially erased and now I'm sitting at $0.05 in pending payouts.

So my question is if it is even worth my time mining here. I can't guarantee my miners won't have downtime in the months to years it will take to get in the payout pool, and if my prior work gets superceded by the guys with the real hashrates in only a few hours I will never earn a payout.

I don't expect to turn a profit mining, I do it to support the network but if I'll never even get a miniscule payout I might as well join the solo pool and give up here.

I would argue that  100gh of gear should solo mine

Your numbers are tiny  the power used is more then the   3 cents a day you would earn.

At 3 cents a day  it will take you more then a year  to get to  10 dollars  which is when you would be paid as I think  we are paying at about the 10 dollar level.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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July 21, 2018, 12:48:50 PM
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Can someone clarify the ramp up/ramp down again for me? I'm a small miner and have less than 100 gh at the moment. I've been mining here for months and managed to earn $1.06 as of a few days ago (not sure my herp/derp numbers as this was from the computergenie site.

Anyway, I get a problem with my miner and had to take it offline for 48 hours before I could start it again... Only to see my prior work is essentially erased and now I'm sitting at $0.05 in pending payouts.

So my question is if it is even worth my time mining here. I can't guarantee my miners won't have downtime in the months to years it will take to get in the payout pool, and if my prior work gets superceded by the guys with the real hashrates in only a few hours I will never earn a payout.

I don't expect to turn a profit mining, I do it to support the network but if I'll never even get a miniscule payout I might as well join the solo pool and give up here.

I would argue that  100gh of gear should solo mine

Your numbers are tiny  the power used is more then the   3 cents a day you would earn.

At 3 cents a day  it will take you more then a year  to get to  10 dollars  which is when you would be paid as I think  we are paying at about the 10 dollar level.
You start getting into the queue for a payout once you've accumulated the dust limit which is only 5640 satoshi or 0.00005640 BTC, so much less than 10 dollars, but on average small miners are postponed about 11 blocks at the moment from when they hit the payout limit.

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July 21, 2018, 07:17:35 PM
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Yea, somehow I was able to "collect" another stick miner floating around here. Going to make -ck and I rich with 30gh on solo.ckpool.

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July 22, 2018, 02:21:30 AM
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LET IT RAIN
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July 22, 2018, 04:55:47 AM
Last edit: July 22, 2018, 06:05:18 AM by minefarmbuy
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Yea, in about 1,000 years. .. ... lol My goal is to collect all the sticks the company ordered. Rumor has it there are six. I have two. Feels like 'Ready Player One' a little bit (to bad the movie was terrible btw).

Tonight's beer: Terminal Gravity Eagle Cap IPA, "Center of the Universe" and a little home grown dab.

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2nd edit. Wife gave me vegan cheese made from coconut. Please save yourselves from this abomination.

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July 22, 2018, 07:51:10 AM
Last edit: July 22, 2018, 09:26:29 AM by gvb
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I would argue that  100gh of gear should solo mine

Philip,

I also have a few 2PACs.

Would it be more wise then to load balance between the solo and multi ck pool to have chances on both?

And as backup as a pool might go down.
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July 22, 2018, 11:55:56 AM
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I would argue that  100gh of gear should solo mine

Philip,

I also have a few 2PACs.

Would it be more wise then to load balance between the solo and multi ck pool to have chances on both?

And as backup as a pool might go down.

Well  the math   shows  they lose money on multi ck pool  unless  your power is free.

the math shows  they are a crazy high longshot on ck solo pool.

I have mine on ck solo

http://solo.ckpool.org/users/1JdC6Xg3ajT3rge3FgPNSYYFpmf53Vbtje

but  my pc has a good cpu and I mine an alt  which helps a bit.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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July 22, 2018, 01:49:30 PM
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A big pool failover has made the hashrate hit new record highs. Here's hoping we get some blocks while they're here.

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July 22, 2018, 02:27:40 PM
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A big pool failover has made the hashrate hit new record highs. Here's hoping we get some blocks while they're here.


1   16vV8JJ6rHFmo7gcNxDqyUb5wdpJVQkU7W   116PH/s   7.44PH/s   1.08PH/s   3   153,128,698,502   116011120086   100%   152,665,090,361   0.07389008


is he still here?

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July 22, 2018, 02:31:02 PM
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A big pool failover has made the hashrate hit new record highs. Here's hoping we get some blocks while they're here.


1   16vV8JJ6rHFmo7gcNxDqyUb5wdpJVQkU7W   116PH/s   7.44PH/s   1.08PH/s   3   153,128,698,502   116011120086   100%   152,665,090,361   0.07389008


is he still here?
Yes he is. I know who it is too since he's been communicating with me and they'll be here for at least half a day.

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July 22, 2018, 02:31:38 PM
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Pool's hashrate is growing incredibly!!!
Current Block Reward: 12.60931193      

Current Difficulty Needed: 5,178,671,069,072

     Pool 5 min: 363P

     Estimated time between blocks: 0 day, 17 hours, 1 min, 14 sec

     Estimated time for new miner to hit full 5N: 3 days, 13 hours, 6 min, 11 sec
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July 22, 2018, 04:05:58 PM
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A big pool failover has made the hashrate hit new record highs. Here's hoping we get some blocks while they're here.


1   16vV8JJ6rHFmo7gcNxDqyUb5wdpJVQkU7W   116PH/s   7.44PH/s   1.08PH/s   3   153,128,698,502   116011120086   100%   152,665,090,361   0.07389008


is he still here?
Yes he is. I know who it is too since he's been communicating with me and they'll be here for at least half a day.
Hey big miner, you're welcome to stay.
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July 22, 2018, 04:17:01 PM
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A big pool failover has made the hashrate hit new record highs. Here's hoping we get some blocks while they're here.


1   16vV8JJ6rHFmo7gcNxDqyUb5wdpJVQkU7W   116PH/s   7.44PH/s   1.08PH/s   3   153,128,698,502   116011120086   100%   152,665,090,361   0.07389008


is he still here?
Yes he is. I know who it is too since he's been communicating with me and they'll be here for at least half a day.
Hey big miner, you're welcome to stay.
Here's one for you
Hey Big Spender
http://dai.ly/x64o94e


Thanks for spending the day with us 16vV8JJ6rHFmo7gcNxDqyUb5wdpJVQkU7W!

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July 22, 2018, 04:17:07 PM
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Pool's hashrate leveling off at 400PH

Current Block Reward: 12.67375705      

Current Difficulty Needed: 5,178,671,069,072

     Pool 5 min: 402P

     Estimated time between blocks: 0 day, 15 hours, 22 min, 9 sec

     Estimated time for new miner to hit full 5N: 3 days, 4 hours, 50 min, 48 sec


     Pool's current block diff (percent submitted of 1 block expected): 150.7%

     Time left to block (assuming perfect world 100%): 0 day, -7 hours, -47 min, -32 sec
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July 22, 2018, 04:26:13 PM
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...Time left to block (assuming perfect world 100%): 0 day, -7 hours, -47 min, -32 sec
Iirc, there's a "flaw" in that calc, in that it assumes the current hashrate was the total the whole time. It doesn't work as well past 100% as it does leading up to 100%.  Embarrassed

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July 22, 2018, 09:36:19 PM
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Having to downsize anyone looking for some new unopened t1's to add to the pool?

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July 22, 2018, 11:48:51 PM
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And they're gone without finding a block Sad A block popped up in solo instead.
However we seem to have gone up in hashrate concurrently anyway.

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July 23, 2018, 12:12:50 AM
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That's alright, you mentioned it was just a fail over anyway. I have that good block feeling. Smiley

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