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Author Topic: ckpool.org ZERO FEE SPLNS no registration mining pool US/DE/CN  (Read 116640 times)
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February 06, 2018, 08:22:34 PM
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Hello! I just joined your pool with my lonely but hardworking S9 miner, I understand that it's stupid to ask how much I will receive, but what is the probability of finding a block by my miner, with an average speed of 12.8-13.3 Th/s?

Look at my post on the previous page, and just google Bitcoin mining calculator Smiley

Calculator is certainly good, does not always coincide with reality, but wanted to know about the real possibility of my S9.
I will not distract .... sorry Sad

No worries.

For solo mining, if this pool mines at around 7PH/s (7000TH/s) and finds a block around every month, your S9 at 13TH/s lets say is about 1.8% 0.18% of the pool. This would mean that it should take around 55 555 months of mining for 1 block on average. It could take 5 mins or 5 years, but that is the estimated average over time. This could also increase with further network difficulty too.

EDIT: 1% of 7000 is 70 not 7 Huh Grin

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February 06, 2018, 08:26:53 PM
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Hello! I just joined your pool with my lonely but hardworking S9 miner, I understand that it's stupid to ask how much I will receive, but what is the probability of finding a block by my miner, with an average speed of 12.8-13.3 Th/s?

Look at my post on the previous page, and just google Bitcoin mining calculator Smiley

Calculator is certainly good, does not always coincide with reality, but wanted to know about the real possibility of my S9.
I will not distract .... sorry Sad

No worries.

For solo mining, if this pool mines at around 7PH/s (7000TH/s) and finds a block around every month, your S9 at 13TH/s lets say is about 0.18% of the pool. This would mean that it should take around 555 months of mining for 1 block on average. It could take 5 mins or 5 years, but that is the estimated average over time. This could also increase with further network difficulty too.

555 months? a long time of course .. but anyway thanks for the information, I'm going to probably look for something easier Smiley
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February 06, 2018, 09:02:32 PM
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Hello! I just joined your pool with my lonely but hardworking S9 miner, I understand that it's stupid to ask how much I will receive, but what is the probability of finding a block by my miner, with an average speed of 12.8-13.3 Th/s?
1 in 9,954

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1 in 9,954

Years, Moons or days?  lol



(Moderator's note: This post was edited by frodocooper to fix broken quote formatting.)
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February 07, 2018, 03:21:29 AM
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1 in 9,954

Years, Moons or days?  lol



(Moderator's note: This post was edited by frodocooper to fix broken quote formatting.)
e) none of the above
The question was "what is the probability of" and that is the answer; because, math.

If you have to ask "why?", you wouldn`t understand my answer.
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February 07, 2018, 03:49:01 AM
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1 in 9,954

Years, Moons or days?  lol



(Moderator's note: This post was edited by frodocooper to fix broken quote formatting.)
e) none of the above
The question was "what is the probability of" and that is the answer; because, math.

After reading this forum, I saw how much panic there was from the low hash, and at some point the pool was on the verge of closure, as here were happy with the minimal rise of the hash .... I am glad that the situation has stabilized in you, which allows you to be ironic, and in fact reject small miners  Smiley
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February 07, 2018, 08:14:28 AM
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....which allows you to be ironic, and in fact reject small miners  Smiley
I reject no one based on size. In every situation, if I felt that sarcasm was called for, then I'd use sarcasm on someone with 100PH just as quickly and easily as with someone with 100GH.

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February 07, 2018, 10:49:03 AM
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Hello! I just joined your pool with my lonely but hardworking S9 miner, I understand that it's stupid to ask how much I will receive, but what is the probability of finding a block by my miner, with an average speed of 12.8-13.3 Th/s?

Pool Hash rate = 24293141.32 TH/s (02/07/2018)
Your Hash rate = 13 TH/s
Block Write to blockchain speed = 1 every 10 mins.
 
* Units like yours trying to win a blok =  24293141.32 / 13 = 1868703

* 1 / 1868703 * 100 = 0,000053513 % to win a block in 10 minutes

* 1868703 * 10 mins * 1h /60 mins * 1 day / 24 h  = 13000 days = 35,55 years to win a block

0,000053513% probability to win a block in 10 minutes
0,00032% probability to win a block in 1 hour
0,0077% probability to win a block in 1 day
2,8% probability to win a block in 1 year
100% probability to win a block in 35,55 years
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February 07, 2018, 02:05:31 PM
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Hello! I just joined your pool with my lonely but hardworking S9 miner, I understand that it's stupid to ask how much I will receive, but what is the probability of finding a block by my miner, with an average speed of 12.8-13.3 Th/s?

Pool Hash rate = 24293141.32 TH/s (02/07/2018)
Your Hash rate = 13 TH/s
Block Write to blockchain speed = 1 every 10 mins.
 
* Units like yours trying to win a blok =  24293141.32 / 13 = 1868703

* 1 / 1868703 * 100 = 0,000053513 % to win a block in 10 minutes

* 1868703 * 10 mins * 1h /60 mins * 1 day / 24 h  = 13000 days = 35,55 years to win a block

0,000053513% probability to win a block in 10 minutes
0,00032% probability to win a block in 1 hour
0,0077% probability to win a block in 1 day
2,8% probability to win a block in 1 year
100% probability to win a block in 35,55 years



I would love to see this exercise on 7 PH/s
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February 07, 2018, 03:41:23 PM
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Hi All, first post here. I've been mining here for a few days with two S9s. When I go here: http://ckpool.org/pool/pool.miners , my miner shows up, but when I go to the dashboard: http://ckpool.org/#/dashboard , I do not.

Could someone explain the difference between the two lists?

Thanks in advance.

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February 07, 2018, 03:52:08 PM
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Hi All, first post here. I've been mining here for a few days with two S9s. When I go here: http://ckpool.org/pool/pool.miners , my miner shows up, but when I go to the dashboard: http://ckpool.org/#/dashboard , I do not.

Could someone explain the difference between the two lists?

Thanks in advance.

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The dashboard link is for the payout if we hit a block right now.  Top 100 miners plus 50 of the smaller miners who did not get payed on last block or have waited the longest to get paid.

It will take a few days to get up to the top 150 with 2 S9's  then you should show up on the list. 

But all your hashes are still counted.
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February 07, 2018, 04:14:40 PM
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Hi All, first post here. I've been mining here for a few days with two S9s. When I go here: http://ckpool.org/pool/pool.miners , my miner shows up, but when I go to the dashboard: http://ckpool.org/#/dashboard , I do not.

Could someone explain the difference between the two lists?

Thanks in advance.

188HkPyFMXKvB5jwUBd1mGYQSwFxmmeZzf



The dashboard link is for the payout if we hit a block right now.  Top 100 miners plus 50 of the smaller miners who did not get payed on last block or have waited the longest to get paid.

It will take a few days to get up to the top 150 with 2 S9's  then you should show up on the list. 

But all your hashes are still counted.

Copy that. Thanks Ron!
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February 07, 2018, 05:24:24 PM
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Can someone tell me what the Headers are in OpenWRT running Avalon miners?

In particular in the Device status line at the end are two columns after input voltage PG and EC.

What are these?

Tks bruhs (where ARE the girls?Wink
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February 07, 2018, 07:00:05 PM
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Hello! I just joined your pool with my lonely but hardworking S9 miner, I understand that it's stupid to ask how much I will receive, but what is the probability of finding a block by my miner, with an average speed of 12.8-13.3 Th/s?

Pool Hash rate = 24293141.32 TH/s (02/07/2018)
Your Hash rate = 13 TH/s
Block Write to blockchain speed = 1 every 10 mins.
 
* Units like yours trying to win a blok =  24293141.32 / 13 = 1868703

* 1 / 1868703 * 100 = 0,000053513 % to win a block in 10 minutes

* 1868703 * 10 mins * 1h /60 mins * 1 day / 24 h  = 13000 days = 35,55 years to win a block

0,000053513% probability to win a block in 10 minutes
0,00032% probability to win a block in 1 hour
0,0077% probability to win a block in 1 day
2,8% probability to win a block in 1 year
100% probability to win a block in 35,55 years



I would love to see this exercise on 7 PH/s


BlockChain Hash rate = 24293141.32 TH/s (02/07/2018)
Pool Hash rate = 7000 TH/s
Block Write to blockchain speed = 1 every 10 mins.
 
* Units like yours trying to win a blok =  24293141.32 / 7000 = 3470,448

* 1 / 3470,448 * 100 = 0,028814 % to win a block in 10 minutes

* 3470,448 * 10 mins * 1h /60 mins * 1 day / 24 h  = 24 days  ->  100% probability to win a block in 24 days !

Probabilities for this pool as for today

0,028814% probability to win a block in 10 minutes
0,17% probability to win a block in 1 hour
4,14% probability to win a block in 1 day
29% probability to win a block in 1 week
128% probability to win a block in 1 month
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February 07, 2018, 07:54:00 PM
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Hi All, first post here. I've been mining here for a few days with two S9s. When I go here: http://ckpool.org/pool/pool.miners , my miner shows up, but when I go to the dashboard: http://ckpool.org/#/dashboard , I do not.

Could someone explain the difference between the two lists?

Thanks in advance.

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Click on the user menu item. Insert your address into the line and press "see user" then when you go back to the dashboard it will show your 1day average hashrate.

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February 07, 2018, 08:12:57 PM
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0,028814% probability to win a block in 10 minutes
0,17% probability to win a block in 1 hour
4,14% probability to win a block in 1 day
29% probability to win a block in 1 week
128% probability to win a block in 1 month

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February 07, 2018, 08:16:45 PM
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Hello! I just joined your pool with my lonely but hardworking S9 miner, I understand that it's stupid to ask how much I will receive, but what is the probability of finding a block by my miner, with an average speed of 12.8-13.3 Th/s?
Your Hash rate = 13 TH/s
100% probability to win a block in 35,55 years



I would love to see this exercise on 7 PH/s


Pool Hash rate = 7000 TH/s
128% probability to win a block in 1 month
Alas these are wrong. There is no such thing as 100% probability with mining which is a stochastic process. It keeps approaching 100% but never gets there.

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February 07, 2018, 11:12:45 PM
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Hello! I just joined your pool with my lonely but hardworking S9 miner, I understand that it's stupid to ask how much I will receive, but what is the probability of finding a block by my miner, with an average speed of 12.8-13.3 Th/s?
Your Hash rate = 13 TH/s
100% probability to win a block in 35,55 years



I would love to see this exercise on 7 PH/s


Pool Hash rate = 7000 TH/s
128% probability to win a block in 1 month
Alas these are wrong. There is no such thing as 100% probability with mining which is a stochastic process. It keeps approaching 100% but never gets there.

Maybe better to say

Your Hash rate = 13 TH/s -> If you have neutral luck you will mine 1 block in 35,55 years
Pool Hash rate = 7000 TH/s -> Having neutral luck 1 block will be mined in 24 days (or 1.28 blocks in 1 month, even it is imposible to mine 0,28 blocks)

Definetively, 128% luck doesn't make any sense
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February 07, 2018, 11:24:56 PM
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Maybe better to say

Your Hash rate = 13 TH/s -> If you have neutral luck you will mine 1 block in 35,55 years
Pool Hash rate = 7000 TH/s -> Having neutral luck 1 block will be mined in 24 days (or 1.28 blocks in 1 month, even it is imposible to mine 0,28 blocks)

Definetively, 128% luck doesn't make any sense
Maybe better to say that if nothing changes and you work on the exact same block, then you are likely to have an average find rate of 1 valid share for the current diff every 35 years (and this could also mean that you find 0 for the next 100 years and then find 3 in a row), and all of these numbers will be rendered moot in ~ 12 Days 6 Hours when the diff rises another likely 10%.  Smiley

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February 07, 2018, 11:36:28 PM
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I've spent this evening making a very basic app to view your user mining details on android for personal use.

I've not added individual miners yet and it is in the same format as the old web version. I'll make it look pretty with graphs and other things in the future but just thought that i would share it for those who want to use it.

You just enter your wallet address and it gets the details, refreshing every 5 seconds or on click. Just gets the data from the webpage and puts it in an app form basically :)



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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.BadgerHobbs.CKPoolMonitor&rdid=com.BadgerHobbs.CKPoolMonitor&pli=1

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