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June 24, 2018, 05:42:04 PM
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The pool hash rate appears to be dropping. Is Halong dropping off?
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{"hashrate1m": "89.5P", "hashrate5m": "88.1P", "hashrate15m": "86.6P", "hashrate1hr": "84.1P", "hashrate6hr": "102P", "hashrate1d": "171P", "hashrate7d": "173P"}
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June 24, 2018, 11:26:04 PM
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I guess we'll ride the wave to shore now. We looking at a block every three days or so now?

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I guess we'll ride the wave to shore now. We looking at a block every three days or so now?
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Current Difficulty Needed: 5,077,499,034,879
     Pool 5 min: 43.7P

     Estimated time between blocks: 5 days, 18 hours, 37 min, 19 sec
     Estimated time for new miner to hit full 5N: 28 days, 21 hours, 6 min, 37 sec


     Pool's current block diff (percent submitted of 1 block expected): 42.0%
     Time left to block (assuming perfect world 100%): 3 days, 8 hours, 24 min, 2 sec
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June 25, 2018, 01:46:36 AM
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ComputerGenie, in your script (thanks) you have 'Estimated time for new miner to hit full 5N: 28 days, 4 hours, 5 min, 31 sec'.
What is the definition of new miner in regard to the pool? Is it a 'new user' or a 'new worker'? For example I am a User for 5 months using 5 machines. If I were to add a 6th miner/worker is this new miner at 5N or does it ramp up from 0N-5N based on the current pool hash rate?
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June 25, 2018, 02:29:55 AM
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ComputerGenie, in your script (thanks) you have 'Estimated time for new miner to hit full 5N: 28 days, 4 hours, 5 min, 31 sec'.
What is the definition of new miner in regard to the pool? Is it a 'new user' or a 'new worker'? For example I am a User for 5 months using 5 machines. If I were to add a 6th miner/worker is this new miner at 5N or does it ramp up from 0N-5N based on the current pool hash rate?
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I think it's just math since you need 5 blocks to be "fully vested".

N is one block, so at the hashrate he used in his script, N = 5 days, 18 hours, 37 min, 19 sec.

More workers make the pool hash faster (obviously), but 5N is still that miner (wallet address, not device), being in the pool for 5 block finds.

This is my understanding of it at least.

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June 25, 2018, 02:42:30 AM
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ComputerGenie, in your script (thanks) you have 'Estimated time for new miner to hit full 5N: 28 days, 4 hours, 5 min, 31 sec'.
What is the definition of new miner in regard to the pool? Is it a 'new user' or a 'new worker'? For example I am a User for 5 months using 5 machines. If I were to add a 6th miner/worker is this new miner at 5N or does it ramp up from 0N-5N based on the current pool hash rate?
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New miner starts from 0....has to go all the way, which is a product of Halong pulling their machines.   Your ramp down right now is very very long though. 
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June 25, 2018, 03:05:35 AM
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ComputerGenie, in your script (thanks) you have 'Estimated time for new miner to hit full 5N: 28 days, 4 hours, 5 min, 31 sec'.
What is the definition of new miner in regard to the pool? Is it a 'new user' or a 'new worker'? For example I am a User for 5 months using 5 machines. If I were to add a 6th miner/worker is this new miner at 5N or does it ramp up from 0N-5N based on the current pool hash rate?
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It looks at the "Pool 5 min" and calculates how long that hashrate would take to hit 5N shares; "new miner" assumes you, almost literally, just started but are included in the "Pool 5 min" hashrate (0N-5N). This only covers a "new worker" if that worker has a different addy than your other worker(s) as anything you've already commited on any existing addy is above 0N. Since hash fluctuates, there's no way to do an exact, 100% definite calculation, so I went with that.
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June 25, 2018, 03:09:42 AM
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...but 5N is still that miner (wallet address, not device), being in the pool for 5 block finds.
5N and 5 blocks are only interchangeable terms if the average of 5 blocks is 100% of expected.
If our average is 105% of expected, then 5N will be less than 5 blocks; if our average is 51% of expected, then 5N will be more than 9 blocks.

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June 25, 2018, 04:15:23 AM
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ComputerGenie, in your script (thanks) you have 'Estimated time for new miner to hit full 5N: 28 days, 4 hours, 5 min, 31 sec'.
What is the definition of new miner in regard to the pool? Is it a 'new user' or a 'new worker'? For example I am a User for 5 months using 5 machines. If I were to add a 6th miner/worker is this new miner at 5N or does it ramp up from 0N-5N based on the current pool hash rate?
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that is like 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 = 500

you are now 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 + 0 = 500

first case divide by 5 = 100% of you 5n

second case divide by 6 = 83.33% of your 5n

so you will fill in from 83.33% to 100% in about 25-26 days  although that is subject to change.  If pools hash rate goes up a lot .


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47.4P  that is about 1 block in 5 days or 5 blocks in 25 days

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June 25, 2018, 11:27:56 AM
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Very small outfit here, newbie
Mining with an Antminer V9 running at 3T/hs because I'm on 110v (891w)
I run this between 7pm and 7am because the electricity rate is less than half (6.5 cents)
Between 7am and 7pm I run my Gekkoscience gear at 88G/hs
The purpose being to maintain but not add to the value of previous work done
I have noticed herp starts running down.
Is there a minimum hash rate in order to maintain my standing until the Antminer is turned back on at 7pm?
Thanks in advance  Cheesy
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June 25, 2018, 11:29:37 AM
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Very small outfit here, newbie
Mining with an Antminer V9 running at 3T/hs because I'm on 110v (891w)
I run this between 7pm and 7am because the electricity rate is less than half (6.5 cents)
Between 7am and 7pm I run my Gekkoscience gear at 88G/hs
The purpose being to maintain but not add to the value of previous work done
I have noticed herp starts running down.
Is there a minimum hash rate in order to maintain my standing until the Antminer is turned back on at 7pm?
Thanks in advance  Cheesy

Your herp proportion of the pool is your hashrate proportion of the pool... if the pool's hashrate goes up, your herp will go down, but the pool will find more blocks so you'll get a smaller reward more frequently. Just remember you get paid for the shares you contribute, nothing more, nothing less. People overthink this.

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June 25, 2018, 11:54:44 AM
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Great info provided to my question above. Thanks all and ComputerGenie for responding.  Good group of people. here.
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June 25, 2018, 09:15:35 PM
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Very small outfit here, newbie
Mining with an Antminer V9 running at 3T/hs because I'm on 110v (891w)
I run this between 7pm and 7am because the electricity rate is less than half (6.5 cents)
Between 7am and 7pm I run my Gekkoscience gear at 88G/hs
The purpose being to maintain but not add to the value of previous work done
I have noticed herp starts running down.
Is there a minimum hash rate in order to maintain my standing until the Antminer is turned back on at 7pm?
Thanks in advance  Cheesy



12 hours at 3th  + 12 hours at 88gh

= a 24 average of 1.544th.


that is about 48 cents a day

or about 0.00007646 a day


so  you will drop when you are on the usb sticks.

you would average   1.50  if you just mine the v9 for 12 hours.

if I were you I would mine the v9 for 12 hours  here and mine  the usb sticks on solo ck pool.   not here.



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June 25, 2018, 11:19:49 PM
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Understood and Thanks!

I've been switching around between the two pools up to this point.....
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June 25, 2018, 11:39:22 PM
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Very small outfit here, newbie
Mining with an Antminer V9 running at 3T/hs because I'm on 110v (891w)
I run this between 7pm and 7am because the electricity rate is less than half (6.5 cents)
Between 7am and 7pm I run my Gekkoscience gear at 88G/hs
The purpose being to maintain but not add to the value of previous work done
I have noticed herp starts running down.
Is there a minimum hash rate in order to maintain my standing until the Antminer is turned back on at 7pm?
Thanks in advance  Cheesy



12 hours at 3th  + 12 hours at 88gh

= a 24 average of 1.544th.


that is about 48 cents a day

or about 0.00007646 a day


so  you will drop when you are on the usb sticks.

you would average   1.50  if you just mine the v9 for 12 hours.

if I were you I would mine the v9 for 12 hours  here and mine  the usb sticks on solo ck pool.   not here.




Why the solo pool for the sticks? isn't finding a block with 88Gh pretty improbable? (Not arguing, just asking).

Looks like Halong had add some more hash again. 50ph to almost 80 now. Should speed us up by a day.

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June 26, 2018, 12:45:16 AM
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...Why the solo pool for the sticks? isn't finding a block with 88Gh pretty improbable? (Not arguing, just asking)...
Because you're looking at maybe $3-4 a year in earnings (profit is less than that), so your better bet is to gamble and maybe get ultra lucky (in theory, every hash has an equal chance of being a block solver).

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June 26, 2018, 12:58:13 AM
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...Why the solo pool for the sticks? isn't finding a block with 88Gh pretty improbable? (Not arguing, just asking)...
Because you're looking at maybe $3-4 a year in earnings (profit is less than that), so your better bet is to gamble and maybe get ultra lucky (in theory, every hash has an equal chance of being a block solver).

this and the v9  does 3th vs 88gh for the sticks.

so he makes a steady amount with the v9  maybe 125 in a year after power cost.

and if he gets lucky with the sticks he does amazing.

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June 26, 2018, 01:28:26 AM
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Thanks to you both. They ordered some sticks here from gekko and said I could have them after tech support gets familiar.  Smiley

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June 26, 2018, 02:56:03 AM
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CK, what do you need to start a 'Small Cap' pool? 100TH or less as a user?  This would do Two things. 1) Keep the Bitcoin cause alive for decentralization. 2) Keep the little guy feeling like he is not being whipsawed by drop in whalers.
Just a thought.
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June 26, 2018, 02:59:31 AM
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CK, what do you need to start a 'Small Cap' pool? 100TH or less as a user?  This would do Two things. 1) Keep the Bitcoin cause alive for decentralization. 2) Keep the little guy feeling like he is not being whipsawed by drop in whalers.
Just a thought.
This pool IS the small cap pool. What do you want, to make the pool even smaller? The big miners here do NOT adversely affect you; I dunno why people get that impression. They only help.

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