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January 05, 2019, 05:27:56 AM
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I've never witnessed a worker on the same address drop after time except for the solo pool. Then I'm three glasses deep of bourbon and getting ready to run some shitty tweets so what do I know? Wink
I'd recommend a fourth glass and then stay away from the tweeter machine... as for me, it's Caribou tonight... a nice fortified wine made in Quebec... I've only seen it at French Festivals so when I saw some in the Liquor Store it said `I might be a prelude to a block solve'... and, it looked lonely, so I took (several) home...Toast to a block OR for a block... either way tastes good! Wink

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January 05, 2019, 05:29:17 AM
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Workers would have to drop to zero herp before they disappear, and given the slow way they decay and the current pool hashrate, it could be years before that happens now...

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January 05, 2019, 05:49:23 AM
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Number of Users up by a handful...
Workers Doubled...
Hashrate Tripled...

Burn-in, Big Fish or Failover?
No matter...
It's a WELCOME sight!

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January 05, 2019, 08:48:48 AM
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Dear CKpool Moderator,

Happy New Year 2019!

I just started to mine in CKpool, and accidentally click the wrong batch cmd to run after tuning the NewPac, with a dot worker1 so how do I delete or remove it?

As pointing my resources to 1 address is advisable accumulating more hash.


Thanks. Smiley

I'm far from a moderator, but if you mean you have, for example, a worker with just YourBTCAddress and another with YourBTCAddress.worker0 and another with YourBTCAddress.worker1 then they are indeed, different workers but  if they're all pointed to the same User profile and YourBTCAddress then they are all accumulated to be paid to the one user called YourBTCAddress. If you don't want to use a certain worker, just stop using it... and re-start your miner pointed to the Address that you want. It seems like once you use a new worker name in your User profile, it doesn't go away (for a long time?)... I've had a couple of worker numbers that I stopped using stay on the user's page for several months... CK or someone else will have to confirm if they can go away after a period of not being used... so far, this has not been the case for me.

Appreciate your reply, guessed I just have to leave it or decide in future to use it if any case needed for the additional dot worker1...  Grin
As long the BTCaddress remains the same.

Thank you, and have a great weekend. Smiley
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January 05, 2019, 04:12:43 PM
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Yea, it's just a small annoyance when you think about receiving the shares you've earned for every hash.

A huge jump, looks like maybe a failover?

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January 05, 2019, 08:11:04 PM
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Workers would have to drop to zero herp before they disappear, and given the slow way they decay and the current pool hashrate, it could be years before that happens now...
Thinking things through, this makes sense as you seem to do everything as fair as possible, and that would be the `fairest' way to do this... As usual, you are technically correct - the best way to be correct! Smiley

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January 05, 2019, 08:14:08 PM
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Question for -ck

I'm not sure if anyone has asked this before, but, would it be possible to reverse the direction of the pool message thread in the CGMINER dialog box to read with the latest `Accepted-Rejected-Etc' at the top, instead of at the bottom? Even as an option?

This question might better belong in the topic=28402.16840 thread, but I didn't read through all 843 pages of that forum topic. I generally run 5 or 6 instances of cgminer per controlling computer... All my miners are GS and all of them are pointed to this pool, so I'm asking on this forum. When setting up all these cgminer instances, it would be kind of nice if the latest message line was at the top, closer to all the header information...instead of at the bottom. With 5 or 6 instances on one video screen there's lots of overlap - so if you see something go amiss in the header information, what's happening `now' is at the bottom of each window, and often hidden. It's not a huge deal, but I'm asking.

I hate bothering you. If this direction reversal is not possible, or you've already been asked 100 times by others about this, I apologize in advance...

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January 07, 2019, 03:29:09 PM
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Ouch! Pool is down to 9PH... Aside from the Halong/btcDrak cabal leaving, where did the other folks move to?

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January 07, 2019, 06:24:28 PM
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Ouch! Pool is down to 9PH... Aside from the Halong/btcDrak cabal leaving, where did the other folks move to?
Sadly... Pool is UP to 9PH...

At the last block solve, mid-December, the rate was +25PH/s

One day later, down to 10PH/s
A day later, down to 5 or 6PH/s where it has remained until the past few days. In the past year, the Pool's Rate seems to go up (marginally?) whenever we hit 80-90% Difficulty... I'll let others decide if it's people/entities letting a bunch of us little guys do the heavy lifting to get to the 80-90% and then jumping in...

Personally, it doesn't matter as I always get paid for every share on this pool.

For those using `beefy' miners, the electrical cost must be becoming prohibitive considering the low BTC Reward values (if you use them to pay for mining).

BTC.com shows the entire pool at above 50EH/s in October, down to the mid 30's in December and just lately creeping over the 40EH/s level...

So where did everybody go? For many, the answer was `away'... hopefully they'll be back when the value of BTC goes back up again...In the meantime, my herp and derp keep growing much faster... and I'm in it for the long game.

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January 07, 2019, 07:10:39 PM
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My derp is saying something way different than ouch. And hash is still over double then when I joined in April. Wink

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January 07, 2019, 09:31:12 PM
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My derp is saying something way different than ouch. And hash is still over double then when I joined in April. Wink
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January 07, 2019, 09:52:47 PM
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Tanning from the neck up eh? Here would feel like the tropics for you.

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January 08, 2019, 04:25:21 PM
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hello

i hope I am not out of subject but, please tell me if it is a good idea to mine with Hive Os or if there is any other alternative tell me
thx

Being that it is HiveOS, I am guessing that your mining with GPU's..  If that is the case, gpu mining is actually discouraged here,
since your competing against asic miners (think F1 car against a pinto).. That said, any miner that can connect via stratum
can physically mine here.

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January 08, 2019, 04:29:10 PM
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Actually, more like a F1 car against a 3-legged plow horse... Current ASIC-based miners are hundred's of thousands times faster than mining BTC using GPU's.

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January 08, 2019, 07:00:00 PM
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Actually, more like a F1 car against a 3-legged plow horse... Current ASIC-based miners are hundred's of thousands times faster than mining BTC using GPU's.

And its far more profitable to mine altcoins with the GPUs and then sell those for bitcoin than attempting to mine bitcoin directly with GPUs.
There are plenty of pools to choose from in the Pools (Altcoins) forum area, and some even automate the selling for BTC part!

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January 09, 2019, 09:38:53 PM
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Actually, more like a F1 car against a 3-legged plow horse... Current ASIC-based miners are hundred's of thousands times faster than mining BTC using GPU's.

And its far more profitable to mine altcoins with the GPUs and then sell those for bitcoin than attempting to mine bitcoin directly with GPUs.
There are plenty of pools to choose from in the Pools (Altcoins) forum area, and some even automate the selling for BTC part!

It's not a question of being "more profitable", you will never make the payment distribution list on this pool w/ GPUs
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It's not a question of being "more profitable", you will never make the payment distribution list on this pool w/ GPUs
I thought if you mined/failed-over here long enough with any applicable miner that you'd eventually get to join the round-robin of The Lucky 50 that get bumped from the Postponed to Payment group eventually...

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January 10, 2019, 02:09:36 AM
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You will, eventually. CPU's and GPU's will take much longer. S9's are cheap, gekko science has their newpac usb stick. So there are cost friendly options for hobbyists. I still mine with my gpu but won't go into much more detail on ck's thread as they mine altcoins to trade for BTC.

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January 10, 2019, 02:16:02 AM
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I thought if you minded here long enough with any applicable miner that you'd eventually get join the round-robin of The Lucky 50 that get bumped from the Postponed to Payment group...

You will, eventually. CPU's and GPU's will take much longer. S9's are cheap, gekko science has their newpac usb stick. So there are cost friendly options for hobbyists. I still mine with my gpu but won't go into much more detail on ck's thread as they mine altcoins to trade for BTC.

No, I'm quite sure you will never get enough hashes to ever get a payout even here. It's not a lucky 50, you still have to get above the dust threshold and then get in line. There's no luck involved at all. To get above dust threshold with a GPU miner here, you will have to mine for probably a decade with everything else being equal. That's not going to happen. Ergo don't.

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January 10, 2019, 02:28:04 AM
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No, I'm quite sure you will never get enough hashes to ever get a payout even here. It's not a lucky 50, you still have to get above the dust threshold and then get in line. There's no luck involved at all. To get above dust threshold with a GPU miner here, you will have to mine for probably a decade with everything else being equal. That's not going to happen. Ergo don't.
No GPU mining for me, but thanks for clarifying the key part of needing to get over the dust threshold first--0.001BTC reward, I presume--and *then* you're qualified to get in line... I see now.

P.S. - 'The Lucky 50' was a poorly phrased reference for the last 50 of the total 150 slated to get a payment on the next block.

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