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Author Topic: ckpool.org ZERO FEE SPLNS no registration mining pool US/DE/CN  (Read 135317 times)
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June 27, 2018, 05:15:43 PM
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Been working hard the last couple of blocks. Anyone know the average luck for our pool? Last block over 200% this one around 130% and climbing. I know we had some well under 100. Hope we get a string of luck to balance out last few.
Our paid average is at ~ 113.4% of expected shares and our "in a perfect world" average is just under 104% of expected shares

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June 27, 2018, 05:23:06 PM
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Our paid average is at ~ 113.4% of expected shares and our "in a perfect world" average is just under 104% of expected shares
That's not completely terrible. A bit of luck on next few and we near a perfect world. A bit of luck on coin price would also help the world.
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June 27, 2018, 06:28:15 PM
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Perhaps it is just my impatience or lack of understanding, or both.    But i have had my miners (175 TH) on this pool for nearly 12 days.  Pool found 4 blocks and my payouts were a total of ~.029.   

On slush my miners were yielding .05 payout every ~4.5 days. That is a signaficiant disparity.       I'm also a little disappointed in the ramp time,   It took me nearly that long to ramp up  and now less than 24hrs off the pool and I'm already under 80 TH.     I was thinking it would take just as long to ramp down as I spent ramping up.

This is not intended to be a rant if anyone cares to walk me through the reasoning behind this I'm all ears as I am very new to this.    On a side note, Ill have 13 S9's  for sale soon.   Lol
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June 27, 2018, 07:28:43 PM
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...Pool found 4 blocks and my payouts were a total of ~.029.
On slush my miners were yielding .05 payout every ~4.5 days. That is a signaficiant disparity...
Well, for starters, you're comparing days to blocks.
in reality, you're looking at:
.05BTC out of 2000+ blocks and done vs ~.029BTC out of 4 blocks with more to come


...On a side note, Ill have 13 S9's  for sale soon.   Lol
I'll maybe offer $190 each...

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June 27, 2018, 07:34:58 PM
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See I knew it was just impatience...   Tongue

Willing to take a loss but not that big of one!
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June 27, 2018, 07:44:08 PM
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...Willing to take a loss but not that big of one!
A new S9i-13.5TH/s with PSU (and 180-day warranty) being 734 USD, I can't see anyone with any financial acumen offering too much more.

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June 27, 2018, 08:04:59 PM
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Mine are 5 weeks old working like the day I opened them out of the box.   Would entertain $450 if someone buys them all.
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June 27, 2018, 09:15:34 PM
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Well I just got my s9i today. Bitmain is easy to order from they'll let me order some small orders from them but I have to be in office and no beer allowed.  .. 

However they didn't allow me to order my own asic. I got the June deal Bitmain had up and they gave me a coupon that was about to expire last minute. It was around $500 with psu and no customs charge. Lots of cheap S9i's out there now.

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June 27, 2018, 11:27:36 PM
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I have not upgraded but I have a feeling the S11 model is not far out and I'd like to be in a position to acquire the first batch of them.  I also have a feeling that when they are released there will be an influx of used S9's which of course will kill what little resale value they still have if this bear market continues.
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June 28, 2018, 02:15:52 AM
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Seems reasonable I'll just hope people keep clicking my twitter links so I earn commission to buy upgrades. I bought my s9 in January for March which was $2700. ...  might have to wait till resale is a bit higher to feel value. Then if bull hits like LY I'll power on all my s7's if it's worth it.

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June 28, 2018, 08:11:56 AM
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...Pool found 4 blocks and my payouts were a total of ~.029.
On slush my miners were yielding .05 payout every ~4.5 days. That is a signaficiant disparity...
Well, for starters, you're comparing days to blocks.
in reality, you're looking at:
.05BTC out of 2000+ blocks and done vs ~.029BTC out of 4 blocks with more to come


...On a side note, Ill have 13 S9's  for sale soon.   Lol
I'll maybe offer $190 each...

I'll go 191 as long as it's with the PSU...haha
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June 28, 2018, 08:13:15 AM
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Well the lamb didn't work the other night but we have beef burgers for dinner tonight.

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June 28, 2018, 08:19:42 AM
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Seems reasonable I'll just hope people keep clicking my twitter links so I earn commission to buy upgrades. I bought my s9 in January for March which was $2700. ...  might have to wait till resale is a bit higher to feel value. Then if bull hits like LY I'll power on all my s7's if it's worth it.

I thought I got ripped off at 1100 and my power cost per month is 60 buck per S9...lol
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June 28, 2018, 01:41:52 PM
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Well the lamb didn't work the other night but we have beef burgers for dinner tonight.

We made keto pizza with almond flower crust last night. I though it would taste like cardboard but I was ridiculously good. Three slices filled me where I usually eat a whole large pizza almost on my own. The fire pit is slowly happening. We decided to chop a tree down, remove the stump and place the pit there. Just a small tree, I'll have some pics soon when I get more time to work on it. Busy week already. Want to drink that wine damn it!


Seems reasonable I'll just hope people keep clicking my twitter links so I earn commission to buy upgrades. I bought my s9 in January for March which was $2700. ...  might have to wait till resale is a bit higher to feel value. Then if bull hits like LY I'll power on all my s7's if it's worth it.

I thought I got ripped off at 1100 and my power cost per month is 60 buck per S9...lol

Yea, ROI on that S9 has been terrible but that's what I get even placing the order. I wanted in on Oct/Nov when they were still "only" $1400. Learned the hard way, wait for bear to buy hardware. Unless you can really spare it. I was able to finance the $2700 with credit (not recommended) for 12 month no interest. So could be worse, half paid off now. Really happy to have some more hash and be around 50th. Just need blocks, bull, meat and beer. Smiley

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June 28, 2018, 01:48:06 PM
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Well the lamb didn't work the other night but we have beef burgers for dinner tonight.
Adding beer now so we will hit in minutes.
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June 28, 2018, 03:23:37 PM
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Is-it a fake pool ?!

My DERP up to : "derp": 1.567e-5,

down to "derp": 1.496e-5,

up to "derp": 1.506e-5,
and down again ?

and no "rejected" on miner.
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June 28, 2018, 03:28:32 PM
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Is-it a fake pool ?!

My DERP up to : "derp": 1.567e-5,

down to "derp": 1.496e-5,

up to "derp": 1.506e-5,
and down again ?

and no "rejected" on miner.
You might want to reread page 1 and understand what derp is...

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June 28, 2018, 06:35:31 PM
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Hello


Is this the right solo mining address?

For Germany: de.ckpool.org:3333



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June 28, 2018, 07:04:44 PM
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Hello
Is this the right solo mining address?

For Germany: de.ckpool.org:3333
Per the 1st post in the solo pool thread yes.

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June 28, 2018, 08:18:08 PM
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Somebody sacrifice some animals already! This luck has got to turn around.
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