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January 02, 2018, 07:44:26 PM
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Just replaced some hardware so my hashrate is back up a little bit.  It was embarrassingly low (but accurate) on that list.   Cheesy

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hi sorry to sound stupid but im new to mining, can somebody explain how payments are calculated? i dont understand herp and derp and im just curious how payouts work if you arent on the payout list. i dont have a big miner only 1.15th so i dont expect much, if i understand it correctly the only payout is if somebody within the pool finds a block then there is a payout for only the miners on the payout list and everybody else just accumulates herpes. so if im not on the list how do i get on the list do i need more herp?, is my hash rate even enough to make it? im going to try for about a month and see what happens but if no blocks are found then no payout? i dont pay for electricity so im not really losing anything so i take this as an experiment and learning experience. thanks in advance to whoever explains this for me. and happy new year. 
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I think this might be a more userful list. It should show the top 50 contributors to the pool over the last 7 days.

Code:
Place -> User -> Hashrate GH/s -> %
1 1EcH7pHYTHLo3cbdXfkf6e6Zh5JzCPGumc 4030000.0  ->  89.36%
2 1GeniexG7MnLr9WH48jG1cPLqgGbqUsaFM 134000.0  ->  2.97%
3 3HWbABbZj1pNWGE8njHNQqDfGC4c5ZMDnA 74700.0  ->  1.66%
4 1FVK2VLqWUpFSqptLmg5DZM9NcKWDA6QQF 66700.0  ->  1.48%
5 1Dsf35RmLdGRa9iwUuuZVH1YUuawsGQktv 24500.0  ->  0.54%
6 3Lp6dqavhqjGR8NLKhXYm8Q5d5351Wb2Xg 19800.0  ->  0.44%
7 17fLF6ZYXFDqpistGUyLnKuPcGhrQ7Xuqm 14800.0  ->  0.33%
8 1Q3j9nyM353ikitd2qj5AYy7EnKywQkMHD 14600.0  ->  0.32%
9 17zyuMZzuD4cd4WCP24WcnnMcBkYiRc3es 13600.0  ->  0.30%
10 12rMUe15NqZsLDUaJb5VWwgshR3Gvqr3ha 12000.0  ->  0.27%
11 16iuKEfX5VVsZP55o8eyikMRhPbHHVSmYS 7200.0  ->  0.16%
12 1FTwbE7DagdmaCbuCFW3yb9FHZsUgdRoSa 6670.0  ->  0.15%
13 17gWFbqYyQHFziHJ4rhkSBUsR2EWZJz1yd 6290.0  ->  0.14%
14 1BHYzdSHRd8kNSrQeSQytS2yQs1wynXEyj 6110.0  ->  0.14%
15 3B7W3JVQVTdWexNXAJRnAv2uukPGMe3XsV 5800.0  ->  0.13%
16 1LFepM1Jv84nWo9hTeG5SbasXM7kHVnAaZ 4570.0  ->  0.10%
17 1AhnyWPGwkWjrxtz6khAQNhuvppRW7eV8h 3700.0  ->  0.08%
18 1Cko1QNx7mC4dS5R2mcm12zYpDCQJt5rmm 3470.0  ->  0.08%
19 18Tc7P4L5D6LyEhNVcJgCcgzCC58iFXeG2 2970.0  ->  0.07%
20 17g9Frex53fVUzX45Dw28Caw4pFYVmHAbn 2870.0  ->  0.06%
21 1KMzjrA4LEpBwN3oqXkKfE2yewf9bFzPSy 2800.0  ->  0.06%
22 1H2R6s1RknrszdZQ5j1AXbS16Kc1YzgxG5 2670.0  ->  0.06%
23 1NpJZ84TYRgjD9jFcevd5HtTWXnuceV9h7 2030.0  ->  0.05%
24 1EyYkx1L5ncJdi5jdLgYjnzDf9b8gcxCmW 1980.0  ->  0.04%
25 1KeR1jwghL5oHTSiDEfRZpfsKkh8CUopLr 1800.0  ->  0.04%
26 1Lu4coZqQxgaSrXsB3Y1ZctDjKgRNVugd8 1770.0  ->  0.04%
27 16r2NjZuLmye6v34L9ySqDVzRk4aScmAU2 1740.0  ->  0.04%
28 198fMgE5q92r3HUWCrWiobBWQAq9d8FHAx 1480.0  ->  0.03%
29 12v4oypi7qUpkfkMWAeHHtxv9jZyBy32S7 1310.0  ->  0.03%
30 15gDHc8UEER5hh1Vvm19iE9iGqvxzQGpHb 1230.0  ->  0.03%
31 1GzyZmmNyo2P16RUAh5TnKBFLFs4FbgfiC 1210.0  ->  0.03%
32 1EebvdLuomZmtHA24RDBhV7YDMpJVL9SRh 1010.0  ->  0.02%
33 144xhJYYvPsW8a31ZJ244YjBEEJc3h2dsk 971.0  ->  0.02%
34 1Q3Zt4aJg3GC2kBQKTyh8K9RGkNnaFMLJf 897.0  ->  0.02%
35 1DZ2wfFTc1bUhVUC9fSBKitTYZWibr3M7H 860.0  ->  0.02%
36 1BsmsGXpoBZeYFNJnEGvEepKxwe1qQfY9V 829.0  ->  0.02%
37 1MVFBkkRXyRhQeQTVsVoNP7t8KCiTpdjZ5 804.0  ->  0.02%
38 1PQSwTHPp7FadAKdxtuooiVAvo9Q6tWonw 789.0  ->  0.02%
39 1PQpXWxANK2uJCcwro3MFQTyrSMFZ2Fkfa 713.0  ->  0.02%
40 17PrHnctDELLPLcSP7xLqrU2FSNpEpw9gu 707.0  ->  0.02%
41 1FGYWHoK6DoezFsqKFKcoQBqTQHFKbX9BT 652.0  ->  0.01%
42 1NCmczeEcL3rrNcRpcXZFYLDuGTNcMe3JD 605.0  ->  0.01%
43 13knTbSfXtjxyRz3MSvkeshuFcMFbYvW7N 558.0  ->  0.01%
44 156LHoAYzsv9Mn9h1WoydRu1Bv1tmuheMd 528.0  ->  0.01%
45 1BitbeececVVArCqaANj9SWnTJM5GorQDB 465.0  ->  0.01%
46 3LtAacrfqNdegPvV1JTcVj8UsaTXHBD3rH 461.0  ->  0.01%
47 15aknGQMitT85bA5Zckr3Jpzm23y4Phyd4 450.0  ->  0.01%
48 1MEo4aCnSbKA5FaBSVCEPQQYpxRr9MZ4be 444.0  ->  0.01%
49 17rmwiTYff18SRnXsoPW78DaHKPJZudcq1 415.0  ->  0.01%
50 36NUS5Z3xJGJDVTEGq5mKV2bfsG3aSLfce 370.0  ->  0.01%
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January 03, 2018, 05:15:18 AM
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I think this might be a more userful list. It should show the top 50 contributors to the pool over the last 7 days.

Code:
Place -> User -> Hashrate GH/s -> %
1 1EcH7pHYTHLo3cbdXfkf6e6Zh5JzCPGumc 4030000.0  ->  89.36%
2 1GeniexG7MnLr9WH48jG1cPLqgGbqUsaFM 134000.0  ->  2.97%
3 3HWbABbZj1pNWGE8njHNQqDfGC4c5ZMDnA 74700.0  ->  1.66%
4 1FVK2VLqWUpFSqptLmg5DZM9NcKWDA6QQF 66700.0  ->  1.48%
5 1Dsf35RmLdGRa9iwUuuZVH1YUuawsGQktv 24500.0  ->  0.54%
6 3Lp6dqavhqjGR8NLKhXYm8Q5d5351Wb2Xg 19800.0  ->  0.44%
7 17fLF6ZYXFDqpistGUyLnKuPcGhrQ7Xuqm 14800.0  ->  0.33%
8 1Q3j9nyM353ikitd2qj5AYy7EnKywQkMHD 14600.0  ->  0.32%
9 17zyuMZzuD4cd4WCP24WcnnMcBkYiRc3es 13600.0  ->  0.30%
10 12rMUe15NqZsLDUaJb5VWwgshR3Gvqr3ha 12000.0  ->  0.27%
11 16iuKEfX5VVsZP55o8eyikMRhPbHHVSmYS 7200.0  ->  0.16%
12 1FTwbE7DagdmaCbuCFW3yb9FHZsUgdRoSa 6670.0  ->  0.15%
13 17gWFbqYyQHFziHJ4rhkSBUsR2EWZJz1yd 6290.0  ->  0.14%
14 1BHYzdSHRd8kNSrQeSQytS2yQs1wynXEyj 6110.0  ->  0.14%
15 3B7W3JVQVTdWexNXAJRnAv2uukPGMe3XsV 5800.0  ->  0.13%
16 1LFepM1Jv84nWo9hTeG5SbasXM7kHVnAaZ 4570.0  ->  0.10%
17 1AhnyWPGwkWjrxtz6khAQNhuvppRW7eV8h 3700.0  ->  0.08%
18 1Cko1QNx7mC4dS5R2mcm12zYpDCQJt5rmm 3470.0  ->  0.08%
19 18Tc7P4L5D6LyEhNVcJgCcgzCC58iFXeG2 2970.0  ->  0.07%
20 17g9Frex53fVUzX45Dw28Caw4pFYVmHAbn 2870.0  ->  0.06%
21 1KMzjrA4LEpBwN3oqXkKfE2yewf9bFzPSy 2800.0  ->  0.06%
22 1H2R6s1RknrszdZQ5j1AXbS16Kc1YzgxG5 2670.0  ->  0.06%
23 1NpJZ84TYRgjD9jFcevd5HtTWXnuceV9h7 2030.0  ->  0.05%
24 1EyYkx1L5ncJdi5jdLgYjnzDf9b8gcxCmW 1980.0  ->  0.04%
25 1KeR1jwghL5oHTSiDEfRZpfsKkh8CUopLr 1800.0  ->  0.04%
26 1Lu4coZqQxgaSrXsB3Y1ZctDjKgRNVugd8 1770.0  ->  0.04%
27 16r2NjZuLmye6v34L9ySqDVzRk4aScmAU2 1740.0  ->  0.04%
28 198fMgE5q92r3HUWCrWiobBWQAq9d8FHAx 1480.0  ->  0.03%
29 12v4oypi7qUpkfkMWAeHHtxv9jZyBy32S7 1310.0  ->  0.03%
30 15gDHc8UEER5hh1Vvm19iE9iGqvxzQGpHb 1230.0  ->  0.03%
31 1GzyZmmNyo2P16RUAh5TnKBFLFs4FbgfiC 1210.0  ->  0.03%
32 1EebvdLuomZmtHA24RDBhV7YDMpJVL9SRh 1010.0  ->  0.02%
33 144xhJYYvPsW8a31ZJ244YjBEEJc3h2dsk 971.0  ->  0.02%
34 1Q3Zt4aJg3GC2kBQKTyh8K9RGkNnaFMLJf 897.0  ->  0.02%
35 1DZ2wfFTc1bUhVUC9fSBKitTYZWibr3M7H 860.0  ->  0.02%
36 1BsmsGXpoBZeYFNJnEGvEepKxwe1qQfY9V 829.0  ->  0.02%
37 1MVFBkkRXyRhQeQTVsVoNP7t8KCiTpdjZ5 804.0  ->  0.02%
38 1PQSwTHPp7FadAKdxtuooiVAvo9Q6tWonw 789.0  ->  0.02%
39 1PQpXWxANK2uJCcwro3MFQTyrSMFZ2Fkfa 713.0  ->  0.02%
40 17PrHnctDELLPLcSP7xLqrU2FSNpEpw9gu 707.0  ->  0.02%
41 1FGYWHoK6DoezFsqKFKcoQBqTQHFKbX9BT 652.0  ->  0.01%
42 1NCmczeEcL3rrNcRpcXZFYLDuGTNcMe3JD 605.0  ->  0.01%
43 13knTbSfXtjxyRz3MSvkeshuFcMFbYvW7N 558.0  ->  0.01%
44 156LHoAYzsv9Mn9h1WoydRu1Bv1tmuheMd 528.0  ->  0.01%
45 1BitbeececVVArCqaANj9SWnTJM5GorQDB 465.0  ->  0.01%
46 3LtAacrfqNdegPvV1JTcVj8UsaTXHBD3rH 461.0  ->  0.01%
47 15aknGQMitT85bA5Zckr3Jpzm23y4Phyd4 450.0  ->  0.01%
48 1MEo4aCnSbKA5FaBSVCEPQQYpxRr9MZ4be 444.0  ->  0.01%
49 17rmwiTYff18SRnXsoPW78DaHKPJZudcq1 415.0  ->  0.01%
50 36NUS5Z3xJGJDVTEGq5mKV2bfsG3aSLfce 370.0  ->  0.01%
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im number 48 on that list Cool  hopefully its not a top 50 out of 51 total list lol
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January 03, 2018, 05:16:40 AM
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hi sorry to sound stupid but im new to mining, can somebody explain how payments are calculated? i dont understand herp and derp and im just curious how payouts work if you arent on the payout list. i dont have a big miner only 1.15th so i dont expect much, if i understand it correctly the only payout is if somebody within the pool finds a block then there is a payout for only the miners on the payout list and everybody else just accumulates herpes. so if im not on the list how do i get on the list do i need more herp?, is my hash rate even enough to make it? im going to try for about a month and see what happens but if no blocks are found then no payout? i dont pay for electricity so im not really losing anything so i take this as an experiment and learning experience. thanks in advance to whoever explains this for me. and happy new year. 
Just keep hashing. 1TH is enough to easily get into the payouts list, it just takes time.

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January 03, 2018, 05:35:14 AM
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I think this might be a more userful list. It should show the top 50 contributors to the pool over the last 7 days.
Code:
Place -> User -> Hashrate GH/s -> %
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2 1GeniexG7MnLr9WH48jG1cPLqgGbqUsaFM 134000.0  ->  2.97%
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and 3.331574% overall, but who's counting?  Tongue

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I think this might be a more userful list. It should show the top 50 contributors to the pool over the last 7 days.

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Place -> User -> Hashrate GH/s -> %
14 1BHYzdSHRd8kNSrQeSQytS2yQs1wynXEyj 6110.0  ->  0.14%
15 3B7W3JVQVTdWexNXAJRnAv2uukPGMe3XsV 5800.0  ->  0.13%
16 1LFepM1Jv84nWo9hTeG5SbasXM7kHVnAaZ 4570.0  ->  0.10
I’m number 15 after just ~3 days with 2 T9’s.  

If this pool had a fancy front end it would be a top 10 hash rate pool.  I don’t understand why you don’t invest in a pretty website.  You could take a small fee and be rolling in BTC.
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January 03, 2018, 06:39:51 AM
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... I don’t understand why you don’t invest in a pretty website...
Because that's everything this pool was never intended to be.

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January 03, 2018, 06:42:37 AM
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... I don’t understand why you don’t invest in a pretty website...
Because that's everything this pool was never intended to be.
A few people offered to make a pretty front end for the pool and I said sure, but none ever completed any work so it remains as it is until the next one comes along to offer it. I'll only ever put a fee on this pool if it gets large to prevent centralisation of power and the chance of that happening in the current climate appears to be absolutely zero.

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i dont have a big miner only 1.15th so i dont expect much,

1 S7 I got from ebay got me on the payout list in 3 days? 4 maybe?  So you're probably looking at a week and half, two weeks to make the list would be my guess.


Now, our big whale with all his hash certainly makes climbing the list harder, it terms of how much of a payout you get but... at this hash we're mathmatically going to hit what... about every three weeks?  That's back of the napkin math and obviously luck dependent, but what do you make with 1 Th on a big pool?  A dollar a day?  Two? $2.50?  Again, I'm not pulling out a calculator here, but my gut tells me .003 every three weeks > .0001 every day.  (I'm sure someone will come along and actually do the math. I'm spit-balling rather wildly)

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January 03, 2018, 09:10:08 PM
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Hi all, please be aware that bech32 addresses (starting with bc) which have started appearing in some wallets are not currently supported by this pool, though segwit addresses (starting with 3) are supported. As always if it's unsupported the pool will simply not allow you to authenticate when trying to mine.

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Good afternoon. I'm a fairly new miner in general, and only been on CKPool for about a day. My three, and sometimes four, 2Pac miners churning out about 16Gh/s each have me at about 2.22e-6 (.00000222) derp. I think that equates to about $.03US. I know that's below the payout line, and in the dust area. The camaraderie of this group is great and I love the idea of helping the little guy who helps so many (-ck). Thank you for all you do. I'm using cgminer, 2pacs and CKpool. Keeping it in the family. Smiley

I've read the first 10 pages and the last 5 pages of this thread, so I may have missed these things in those tl;dr pages.

The data:
My 2Pacs are bumbling along at 16-30Gh/s each, and have self-leveled off at a difficulty in the 41-48 range.

The questions:
Would it be beneficial to bump up the difficulty manually?
What is the likelihood that I would ever reach the payout stage?
If I do reach the payout stage, at this level of mining, what amount of money could I possibly receive?

Anything else I should know or consider? I don't have the money for something that can churn out Th/s or Ph/s.

Thanks in advance.
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January 04, 2018, 02:43:30 AM
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I'm 9th
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https://btc.com/0000000000000000003fe07d5b83f59499f7f721da189ac72437c810cd875292

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Woohoo and the party continues \o/

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[2018-01-05 10:34:08.884] Possible block solve diff 4406454059696.944336 !
[2018-01-05 10:34:09.097] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2018-01-05 10:34:09.354] Solved block 502677 by 1EcH7pHYTHLo3cbdXfkf6e6Zh5JzCPGumc.300_3
[2018-01-05 10:34:09.354] User 1EcH7pHYTHLo3cbdXfkf6e6Zh5JzCPGumc:{"hashrate1m": "5.8P", "hashrate5m": "5.75P", "hashrate1hr": "5.75P", "hashrate1d": "5.68P", "hashrate7d": "4.51P"}
[2018-01-05 10:34:09.354] Worker 1EcH7pHYTHLo3cbdXfkf6e6Zh5JzCPGumc.300_3:{"hashrate1m": "1.33P", "hashrate5m": "1.32P", "hashrate1hr": "1.32P", "hashrate1d": "1.32P", "hashrate7d": "1.1P"}
[2018-01-05 10:41:38.048] Hash for block height 502677 confirms block was CONFIRMED

Again courtesy of our core hashrate miner Cheesy

Nice big fat 17 BTC block at 91.5% diff.

http://ckpool.org/blocks/502677.confirmed


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January 05, 2018, 11:20:03 AM
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I love waking up to find that we've found another block.

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January 05, 2018, 11:24:11 AM
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Just as a data point, the smallest active miners that received a payout were about 50GH. Some of the smaller ones may get a look in on subsequent blocks thanks to interleaving Smiley Not a single satoshi is wasted or put aside here.

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January 05, 2018, 11:42:20 AM
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...Not a single satoshi is wasted or put aside here.
Every reason why this is the only pool that I invest in. While it's great for my income wallet, I think it's one of the best contributions to the space in quite some time!

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January 05, 2018, 11:42:46 AM
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hmmm

i've been mining since the 25'th of october with 550 GH, but i've been paid every second block
so i have been paid  not on the 29'th of november but
on the  14'th of December
not paid at the 5'th of january but now on the paylist for the next block....

so it seems even with 550 GH you will not paid every block.....

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January 05, 2018, 11:59:23 AM
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hmmm

i've been mining since the 25'th of october with 550 GH, but i've been paid every second block
so i have been paid  not on the 29'th of november but
on the  14'th of December
not paid at the 5'th of january but now on the paylist for the next block....

so it seems even with 550 GH you will not paid every block.....

BTW: Happy new year to all
Happy New Year indeed.

That sounds about right. Only the top 100 miners are guaranteed of a payout with each block and as the hashrate rises the size of miner that gets interleaved will get larger. While it's done to limit the size of the generation transaction on the pool, there is actually a benefit to the miner - they don't lose any accumulated payout if they miss one of the payouts, they get a larger payout instead of multiple smaller ones. The advantage of this is that many smaller payouts end up costing you a lot more in fees when you want to spend your earned bitcoin later on. Halve the number of payouts - half the fees, quarter the number of payouts - quarter the fees, and so on.

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