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January 08, 2018, 08:18:17 PM
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Quick question about the payouts.

I'm nowhere near the top 100, but moving up the list slowly with my four little 2pacs. I've been mining here four a week or two, and a block was found here on Friday. My "postposed" is still at 0 (zero). Is that because I haven't mined here very long and I get passed up by the system on this most recent block? I'm just trying to fully understand the system.

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The user postponed value is the number of times you've been postponed from receiving a payout from the moment you've earned enough to be entitled to one.

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January 08, 2018, 08:18:35 PM
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Hi Guys,

I'm new here (1st post).

I have a question. any frontend or pretty view for pool results? http://ckpool.org/users/{bitcoin wallet here} or http://ckpool.org/pool/

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That is the front end.

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January 08, 2018, 08:32:04 PM
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Hi Guys,

I'm new here (1st post).

I have a question. any frontend or pretty view for pool results? http://ckpool.org/users/{bitcoin wallet here} or http://ckpool.org/pool/

Thanks!
That is the front end.

JSON is the frontend?

Code:
{
 "hashrate1m": "12.5G",
 "hashrate5m": "11.5G",
 "hashrate1hr": "11.5G",
 "hashrate1d": "9.4G",
 "hashrate7d": "2.61G",
 "lastshare": 1515443185,
 "workers": 1,
 "shares": 419680,
 "bestshare": 4228452.0,
 "lns": 419680.1,
 "luck": 1.03,
 "accumulated": 0.0,
 "postponed": 0,
 "herp": 433572.8564268946,
 "derp": 1.16e-6,
 "worker": [
  {
   "workername": "",
   "hashrate1m": "12.5G",
   "hashrate5m": "11.5G",
   "hashrate1hr": "11.5G",
   "hashrate1d": "9.36G",
   "hashrate7d": "2.59G",
   "lastshare": 1515443185,
   "shares": 419680,
   "bestshare": 4228452.0,
   "lns": 419680.1,
   "luck": 1.03,
   "herp": 433572.8864267946
  }
 ]
}

Cool, i Have more questions. Where I can't find some values definitions? I don't found SPS1m or how to read herp/derp value.

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January 08, 2018, 08:35:17 PM
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is everything working right with the payouts?
on the jan 5th block i got a payout and i havent mined here for months.. ?

it was pretty significant too about 18$ .0012 btc..

the thing i was only mining here with 5 compacs so my hash rate would have been about 60ghs..

thats like almost a whole years worth of bitcoin mining on that hash rate in one block?


if everything is working ok, maybe i should put them back on this pool haha.. they are solo mining on solo ck now.. for a slim to non chance of a block..
Working fine. It's the reward for being one of the first in the pool while stats were building up, along with the high rewards from transaction fees. Rewards haven't even started decaying from 5 blocks' worth yet. Your share is reducing only as a proportion of total shares still so you have maybe a couple of blocks to go.

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January 08, 2018, 08:41:03 PM
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JSON is the frontend?

Code:
{
 "hashrate1m": "12.5G",
 "hashrate5m": "11.5G",
 "hashrate1hr": "11.5G",
 "hashrate1d": "9.4G",
 "hashrate7d": "2.61G",
 "lastshare": 1515443185,
 "workers": 1,
 "shares": 419680,
 "bestshare": 4228452.0,
 "lns": 419680.1,
 "luck": 1.03,
 "accumulated": 0.0,
 "postponed": 0,
 "herp": 433572.8564268946,
 "derp": 1.16e-6,
 "worker": [
  {
   "workername": "",
   "hashrate1m": "12.5G",
   "hashrate5m": "11.5G",
   "hashrate1hr": "11.5G",
   "hashrate1d": "9.36G",
   "hashrate7d": "2.59G",
   "lastshare": 1515443185,
   "shares": 419680,
   "bestshare": 4228452.0,
   "lns": 419680.1,
   "luck": 1.03,
   "herp": 433572.8864267946
  }
 ]
}

Cool, i Have more questions. Where I can't find some values definitions? I don't found SPS1m or how to read herp/derp value.

A lot of thanks -ck
It sure is, JSON is beautiful isn't it?

SPS is shares per second.

Herp is your proportion of the pool's work. Divide it by the pool's herp and you can figure out your contribution to the pool (and what proportion of the reward you should be entitled to.) Derp is your payout in BTC if you've made it into the payout queue, should a block be found now.

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January 08, 2018, 10:49:19 PM
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JSON is the frontend?

Code:
{
 "hashrate1m": "12.5G",
 "hashrate5m": "11.5G",
 "hashrate1hr": "11.5G",
 "hashrate1d": "9.4G",
 "hashrate7d": "2.61G",
 "lastshare": 1515443185,
 "workers": 1,
 "shares": 419680,
 "bestshare": 4228452.0,
 "lns": 419680.1,
 "luck": 1.03,
 "accumulated": 0.0,
 "postponed": 0,
 "herp": 433572.8564268946,
 "derp": 1.16e-6,
 "worker": [
  {
   "workername": "",
   "hashrate1m": "12.5G",
   "hashrate5m": "11.5G",
   "hashrate1hr": "11.5G",
   "hashrate1d": "9.36G",
   "hashrate7d": "2.59G",
   "lastshare": 1515443185,
   "shares": 419680,
   "bestshare": 4228452.0,
   "lns": 419680.1,
   "luck": 1.03,
   "herp": 433572.8864267946
  }
 ]
}

Cool, i Have more questions. Where I can't find some values definitions? I don't found SPS1m or how to read herp/derp value.

A lot of thanks -ck
It sure is, JSON is beautiful isn't it?

SPS is shares per second.

Herp is your proportion of the pool's work. Divide it by the pool's herp and you can figure out your contribution to the pool (and what proportion of the reward you should be entitled to.) Derp is your payout in BTC if you've made it into the payout queue, should a block be found now.

I love json. If you don't care I will make a little front for better reading in ES7.

Thanks for your job and your answers Smiley
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January 08, 2018, 11:10:41 PM
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If you don't care I will make a little front for better reading in ES7.
I do care. As I've said numerous times before, I'd be happy for someone to do a front end for me. However so far no one has come through after offering Smiley

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January 08, 2018, 11:47:30 PM
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Can someone explain the way the pool works stats work?

I see it refreshes regularly but new block "height" changes along with the rewards amount...
That is the height of the block we (and the rest of the network) are current working on and the exact amount our total reward (including tx fees) will be if we find a block at that exact moment.

Figured that much however since it shows one block and then it refreshes after a few mins to another block does that mean these are blocks we will confirm over time in sequence? should there be a working list of said blocks?

Is there a URL to reference such blocks and see how many confirms are pending per? I speak from my experience on slush and understandably the stats are a big focus there so when using the current stats here I am not 100% sure of what it means as these blocks keep changing on that stats view... Excuse my learning curve here but I am new and happy to be here.

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January 09, 2018, 12:34:44 AM
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Can someone explain the way the pool works stats work?

I see it refreshes regularly but new block "height" changes along with the rewards amount...
That is the height of the block we (and the rest of the network) are current working on and the exact amount our total reward (including tx fees) will be if we find a block at that exact moment.

Figured that much however since it shows one block and then it refreshes after a few mins to another block does that mean these are blocks we will confirm over time in sequence? should there be a working list of said blocks?

Is there a URL to reference such blocks and see how many confirms are pending per? I speak from my experience on slush and understandably the stats are a big focus there so when using the current stats here I am not 100% sure of what it means as these blocks keep changing on that stats view... Excuse my learning curve here but I am new and happy to be here.
None of those blocks are OURS. There are blocks being found on the bitcoin network all the time.

Watch them match up here:
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC

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January 09, 2018, 03:38:26 AM
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Can someone explain the way the pool works stats work?

I see it refreshes regularly but new block "height" changes along with the rewards amount...
That is the height of the block we (and the rest of the network) are current working on and the exact amount our total reward (including tx fees) will be if we find a block at that exact moment.

Figured that much however since it shows one block and then it refreshes after a few mins to another block does that mean these are blocks we will confirm over time in sequence? should there be a working list of said blocks?

Is there a URL to reference such blocks and see how many confirms are pending per? I speak from my experience on slush and understandably the stats are a big focus there so when using the current stats here I am not 100% sure of what it means as these blocks keep changing on that stats view... Excuse my learning curve here but I am new and happy to be here.
None of those blocks are OURS. There are blocks being found on the bitcoin network all the time.

Watch them match up here:
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC

Git it, while looking at https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC I was not able to locate ckpool under the pools... is there a ckpool view of blocks, aside from the ones listed on ckpool.com ?

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January 09, 2018, 03:39:38 AM
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Got it, while looking at https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC I was not able to locate ckpool under the pools... is there a ckpool view of blocks, aside from the ones listed on ckpool.com ?
No, no one has informed blocktrail of how to recognise ckpool.ORG blocks. There is no ckpool.com.

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January 09, 2018, 06:50:38 AM
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I need more hash in my coffee ...

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January 09, 2018, 07:59:14 AM
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I need more hash in my coffee ...

I need more hash in my life
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January 09, 2018, 04:43:57 PM
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I need more hash in my coffee ...

I need more hash in my life

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January 09, 2018, 10:44:37 PM
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I'm a bit fascinated by the (lack of) SegWit adoption.  
This is a combination of inertia and people/entities STILL obsessed by the fact that a block size increase didn't happen and continuing to blame that for high fees and push their own agenda instead of just adopting the new technology that was offered. I use it on all my new receive addresses and all transactions where possible and my fees are lower; if everyone did, our blocks would be 70% bigger and fees would be lower for everyone.

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January 10, 2018, 04:33:15 AM
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is everything working right with the payouts?
on the jan 5th block i got a payout and i havent mined here for months.. ?

it was pretty significant too about 18$ .0012 btc..

the thing i was only mining here with 5 compacs so my hash rate would have been about 60ghs..

thats like almost a whole years worth of bitcoin mining on that hash rate in one block?


if everything is working ok, maybe i should put them back on this pool haha.. they are solo mining on solo ck now.. for a slim to non chance of a block..
Working fine. It's the reward for being one of the first in the pool while stats were building up, along with the high rewards from transaction fees. Rewards haven't even started decaying from 5 blocks' worth yet. Your share is reducing only as a proportion of total shares still so you have maybe a couple of blocks to go.

After the next block will the dormant miners start loosing HERP? 
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January 10, 2018, 06:19:00 AM
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is everything working right with the payouts?
on the jan 5th block i got a payout and i havent mined here for months.. ?

it was pretty significant too about 18$ .0012 btc..

the thing i was only mining here with 5 compacs so my hash rate would have been about 60ghs..

thats like almost a whole years worth of bitcoin mining on that hash rate in one block?


if everything is working ok, maybe i should put them back on this pool haha.. they are solo mining on solo ck now.. for a slim to non chance of a block..
Working fine. It's the reward for being one of the first in the pool while stats were building up, along with the high rewards from transaction fees. Rewards haven't even started decaying from 5 blocks' worth yet. Your share is reducing only as a proportion of total shares still so you have maybe a couple of blocks to go.

After the next block will the dormant miners start loosing HERP? 
No, when we cross 5x network diff in herp, ie about 10 quadrillion shares. However the dormant miners' share of the herp is lessening as time progresses so it's not like they're entitled to the same payout with each subsequent block.

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January 10, 2018, 01:58:54 PM
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I've been gathering data for the past 6 days, primarily to see how I'm doing as far as position in the list and what my percentage is. Six days ago I was right around the 50% mark, but today I cracked the 30% mark with my 4 little 2pacs. The pool has added over 100 users in that shot time span. On January 4 around 2:30pm Eastern there were 1934 users. Today (January 10) at 9am Eastern, there are 2048 users.

While I haven't been gathering the hash rate data, it's been consistently over 6PH since I came onboard about two weeks ago. It's not one of the big pools, but that's a good thing. Thanks for all you do for this community, CK.
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January 10, 2018, 02:19:04 PM
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how do you guys find these stats and percentages? ive seen somebody here post top 50 contributors list and the post above me about his percentage but all i can find is my user dashboard and pool work. are you guys doing these things on your own? i can with with total confidence state that i know absolutely nothing about computers and even less about mining lol.
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January 10, 2018, 02:27:53 PM
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how do you guys find these stats and percentages? ive seen somebody here post top 50 contributors list and the post above me about his percentage but all i can find is my user dashboard and pool work. are you guys doing these things on your own? i can with with total confidence state that i know absolutely nothing about computers and even less about mining lol.

LOL. Good morning, Mr. Joe.

I pull the pool work stats and do a little Excel math. For my percentage, I manually copy/paste the list of users in the Postponed list (outside of the 150 users receiving payouts) to Excel (or as of yesterday, Google Sheets), and have the program find the total number of users, find my user and show its position in the list, then divide my position by the total number of users and multiply it by 100 to find the percentage. The Internet is a wealth of knowledge and help.

Everyone works from the same pages and does their own math. That top 50 contributors list was someone else working with the same data and parsing whatever info they wanted.
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