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February 27, 2019, 01:08:28 PM
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Thank you! I'll try this pool 2 months, then i'll decide.. In the meanwhile i would point one s5 to solo.ck, just to have a try with the lottery!
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February 28, 2019, 12:12:13 AM
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hoping to be like the tv commercial .

Things appear better in groups of three.

so here comes 3 blocks to fill up the plates. Grin






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February 28, 2019, 12:30:44 AM
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Block Smiley

564,959    2,826    1,266,449    12.5 + 0.29296503 BTC    2019-02-27 19:21:41    000000000000000000139843548fe17e
83157a45c52c9f9fda70b753e190ba21    14.36T / 6.07T    

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February 28, 2019, 12:41:59 AM
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Nice, not bad timing. Wink

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February 28, 2019, 01:37:48 AM
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Block finder was

59   17Vx6k9omD9icR7oy377DoWSFEw1g6pws2   15.5TH/s   23.5TH/s   20.9TH/s   2   15,682,074   14364576657184   100%   31,788,958,849   0.01326211

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February 28, 2019, 02:27:50 AM
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Sweet first block found since I got my 2pacs.  I'm still kinda confused about how the payouts work. Is there a minimum deep before you get a payout? My current deep is 0.003
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February 28, 2019, 03:03:16 AM
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Sweet first block found since I got my 2pacs.  I'm still kinda confused about how the payouts work. Is there a minimum deep before you get a payout? My current deep is 0.003

The top 50 get paid.
The rest get carried over, but not lost.

TO see where you are here:
http://ckpool.org/#/work

I am number 38)   16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr  0.01682846









How about that!  8:12  I put the food up and 8:31 we hit a block Grin

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February 28, 2019, 03:27:39 AM
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Sweet first block found since I got my 2pacs.  I'm still kinda confused about how the payouts work. Is there a minimum deep before you get a payout? My current deep is 0.003

The top 50 get paid.
The rest get carried over, but not lost.

TO see where you are here:
http://ckpool.org/#/work

I am number 38)   16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr  0.01682846

How about that!  8:12  I put the food up and 8:31 we hit a block Grin
Honestly Philipma, you gotta start eating more than once a month! Great post... I saved some Caribou fortified wine for just such an occasion... Thanks to everyone who helped get us to this solve... Skoal!

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February 28, 2019, 05:03:21 AM
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Sweet first block found since I got my 2pacs.  I'm still kinda confused about how the payouts work. Is there a minimum deep before you get a payout? My current deep is 0.003

The top 50 get paid.
The rest get carried over, but not lost.

TO see where you are here:
http://ckpool.org/#/work

I am number 38)   16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr  0.01682846

How about that!  8:12  I put the food up and 8:31 we hit a block Grin
Honestly Philipma, you gotta start eating more than once a month! Great post... I saved some Caribou fortified wine for just such an occasion... Thanks to everyone who helped get us to this solve... Skoal!

I will be planning some new food photos.

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February 28, 2019, 06:52:22 AM
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Code:
[2019-02-28 00:21:18.619] Possible block solve diff 14364576657184.058594 !
[2019-02-28 00:21:18.822] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2019-02-28 00:21:18.832] Solved block 564959 by 17Vx6k9omD9icR7oy377DoWSFEw1g6pws2
[2019-02-28 00:21:18.832] User 17Vx6k9omD9icR7oy377DoWSFEw1g6pws2:{"hashrate1m": "19.8T", "hashrate5m": "18.4T", "hashrate1hr": "16.5T", "hashrate1d": "23.9T", "hashrate7d": "21T"}
[2019-02-28 00:21:18.832] Worker 17Vx6k9omD9icR7oy377DoWSFEw1g6pws2:{"hashrate1m": "19.8T", "hashrate5m": "18.4T", "hashrate1hr": "16.5T", "hashrate1d": "23.9T", "hashrate7d": "21T"}
[2019-02-28 00:21:59.376] Hash for block height 564959 confirms block was CONFIRMED

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February 28, 2019, 06:53:33 AM
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The top 50 get paid.
The rest get carried over, but not lost.
Top 100 get paid. 50 get interleaved on top of that. Rest get carried over.

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February 28, 2019, 10:10:49 AM
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The top 50 get paid.
The rest get carried over, but not lost.
Top 100 get paid. 50 get interleaved on top of that. Rest get carried over.

Hey, new here and testing out ckpool

So how is it you actually make it into the top 100 ?

Say you run around 25TH for a week, is that sufficient?
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February 28, 2019, 11:07:21 AM
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I will be planning some new food photos.

 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Yeah, that looks like it is working out for the pool!

Nice Roma Tomato and where the heck did you get the strawberrys from. 
Looks like I have to wait another two month to get them out of my garden.
(Think of me on every bite, I love them)


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February 28, 2019, 03:50:35 PM
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Greetings.  I'm Dord, but you can just call me noob.  I am in a situation where I don't pay for the electricity in my office.  I can probably get away with having one little ASIC and stay under the radar.  So, I picked up an 841 for very little just to check it out for kicks.  (I'm obviously not going to buy my first home with this... but maybe some paper towels on occasion)

If I were to join CKPool, would I be such a piddly little player in this pool of pros that it wouldn't be worth the while?

thx

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February 28, 2019, 04:48:21 PM
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Hey, new here and testing out ckpool

So how is it you actually make it into the top 100 ?

Say you run around 25TH for a week, is that sufficient?

Check the pool site and see about where your hash will land you on active users. You'll need to leave the hash rate here more than a week I imagine.

Greetings.  I'm Dord, but you can just call me noob.  I am in a situation where I don't pay for the electricity in my office.  I can probably get away with having one little ASIC and stay under the radar.  So, I picked up an 841 for very little just to check it out for kicks.  (I'm obviously not going to buy my first home with this... but maybe some paper towels on occasion)

If I were to join CKPool, would I be such a piddly little player in this pool of pros that it wouldn't be worth the while?

thx


I would check the draw and use a power cost calculator you might find even on industrial asic could be pretty noticeable cost wise. Maybe a $100 or so added to the electric bill a month.

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February 28, 2019, 05:09:20 PM
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Greetings.  I'm Dord, but you can just call me noob.  I am in a situation where I don't pay for the electricity in my office.  I can probably get away with having one little ASIC and stay under the radar.  So, I picked up an 841 for very little just to check it out for kicks.  (I'm obviously not going to buy my first home with this... but maybe some paper towels on occasion)

If I were to join CKPool, would I be such a piddly little player in this pool of pros that it wouldn't be worth the while?

thx



I would read how to clock the A841  a bit lower  to save some power and sound.

I have a thread on it, I will look for the link.



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I would check the draw and use a power cost calculator you might find even on industrial asic could be pretty noticeable cost wise. Maybe a $100 or so added to the electric bill a month.

Indeed.  I have quite a few other computers (crunching numbers for SETI hahah) and other equipment that I typically leave on 24/7. Once the 841 is set up, I will discontinue that practice.  A lot of those computers are very old and inefficient, so I'm hoping that turning them off will make up for most of the new draw from the 841.  I'll be splitting the two (120v) power supplies for the 841 between two breakers.  It'll be dicey, but an adventure that should garner some laughs.  Fortunately there are no life support systems here.


I would read how to clock the A841  a bit lower  to save some power and sound.

I have a thread on it, I will look for the link.



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I would mine here 1 day a week------ solo.ckpool.org

I did read about adjusting the voltage offset, but that doesn't sound like clocking.  Any further information you can link would be wonderfully welcome.  Thanks!

Re: your recommended schedule: These are the two pools that I was looking at. I was wondering if there was a way to utilize both, and it's like you read me mind!  I'll definitely do the 6/1 split as my original point of departure.  Thanks again.  I really appreciate it.  Smiley
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February 28, 2019, 06:03:50 PM
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Thank you! I'll try this pool 2 months, then i'll decide.. In the meanwhile i would point one s5 to solo.ck, just to have a try with the lottery!
Hey, new here and testing out ckpool

So how is it you actually make it into the top 100 ?

Say you run around 25TH for a week, is that sufficient?
Greetings.  I'm Dord, but you can just call me noob.  I am in a situation where I don't pay for the electricity in my office.  I can probably get away with having one little ASIC and stay under the radar.  So, I picked up an 841 for very little just to check it out for kicks.  (I'm obviously not going to buy my first home with this... but maybe some paper towels on occasion)

If I were to join CKPool, would I be such a piddly little player in this pool of pros that it wouldn't be worth the while?thx
This is the best paying pool (0 fees + bech32), but is also the slowest to pay. Of course in a perfect world the whale miners would move a couple of Exa hashes here and then nobody would need the other pools anymore...

Anyway at the current hashrate every 6 weeks or so (on average) a block should be found, but not everyone is paid; only the top 100 plus 50, chosen from those who have waited the longest. At least that is how i understand it. Therefore variance is extreme. Once you do get paid, you will reap the benefits of your hashrate no matter how many months you waited, but at current rates expect at least three months or so to see any payment.

Oh yes there is also ramp up and ramp down, i think the ramp up is a bit faster than the ramp down. Current ramp up takes 209 days at 7.2PH/s according to computergenie's page.

You cannot "test" the pool for a couple of months, instead, you'll need to wait two years for the results to be meaningful... Or bring a couple of Exahashes per second here, then the design should shine.

Re: your recommended schedule: These are the two pools that I was looking at. I was wondering if there was a way to utilize both, and it's like you read me mind!  I'll definitely do the 6/1 split as my original point of departure.  Thanks again.  I really appreciate it.  Smiley
This probably involves scheduling using crontab to relaunch cgminer after changing its config, unless the Avalons expose such feature in their UI.

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February 28, 2019, 06:54:03 PM
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I would check the draw and use a power cost calculator you might find even on industrial asic could be pretty noticeable cost wise. Maybe a $100 or so added to the electric bill a month.

Indeed.  I have quite a few other computers (crunching numbers for SETI hahah) and other equipment that I typically leave on 24/7. Once the 841 is set up, I will discontinue that practice.  A lot of those computers are very old and inefficient, so I'm hoping that turning them off will make up for most of the new draw from the 841.  I'll be splitting the two (120v) power supplies for the 841 between two breakers.  It'll be dicey, but an adventure that should garner some laughs.  Fortunately there are no life support systems here.


I would read how to clock the A841  a bit lower  to save some power and sound.

I have a thread on it, I will look for the link.



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I would mine here 1 day a week------ solo.ckpool.org

I did read about adjusting the voltage offset, but that doesn't sound like clocking.  Any further information you can link would be wonderfully welcome.  Thanks!

Re: your recommended schedule: These are the two pools that I was looking at. I was wondering if there was a way to utilize both, and it's like you read me mind!  I'll definitely do the 6/1 split as my original point of departure.  Thanks again.  I really appreciate it.  Smiley

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3375954.0

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February 28, 2019, 07:29:24 PM
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That's some great info.  I'll be running this on 120v lines, and even during the NYC winter, my steam heat (which I have no control over) is way too much for the room.  I can't crack windows when I'm not here. I'm on the 1st floor and it's a bit of a security thing. (No bars.)  

I certainly don't mind getting a lower hash rate to keep this working.  Thanks again for pointing me in that direction.  Great info!
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