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May 09, 2017, 01:19:43 PM
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Hi guys, i have an small mining operatio about 43 TH. Most of the time mining in slush pool. Switchet to viabtc for a while and the results were worts than slush.

I have read a lot or you guys using kano. Is kano the best pool out there?

Thanks in advance

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May 09, 2017, 01:22:21 PM
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Kano

Read up on the pool and operator...  you won't regret it!
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May 09, 2017, 01:27:12 PM
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You can try your luck
www.bravo-mining.com
If you split the block, you will receive a reward

1 BTC
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May 09, 2017, 01:41:08 PM
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kano works very well for us. we run just over 160TH/s
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May 09, 2017, 02:56:22 PM
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Ive been in kano since it was A 2ph pool A few years back. And i have been very happy with payouts. I Got 30th my self
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May 10, 2017, 02:07:11 AM
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~50TH on Kano

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May 10, 2017, 08:32:28 AM
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 Grin
I suggest ckpool.org just try it
and be part of the first block that will be found.

for info, look here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1876330.msg18650392#msg18650392



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May 26, 2017, 03:44:27 PM
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Do not join viabtc.
Because the fraudsters have deflected me viabtc you stay away.
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May 27, 2017, 03:15:05 PM
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Probably either Kano or (I always recommend this, regardless of their stats) P2Pool
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May 28, 2017, 09:52:56 AM
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As long as you pick a pool with relatively low fees, you're good.  Kano has fees of 0.9%, compared to Antpool's 2.5% + transaction fees (in practice, well over 10% which ends up being extremely high compared to your profit margin).

Kano also has the ideal amount of hashrate.  It's enough to make the variance pretty insignificant on a monthly basis, but not so much that it contributes to pool centralisation.

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May 29, 2017, 01:14:50 AM
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Hi guys, i have an small mining operatio about 43 TH. Most of the time mining in slush pool. Switchet to viabtc for a while and the results were worts than slush.

I have read a lot or you guys using kano. Is kano the best pool out there?

Thanks in advance

Rao

Pool.bitcoin.com is 110% PPS.  While I have mined on Kano's pool, and it works very well, the reliable nature of a PPS pool that pays me daily, or on scheduled days is very nice.  I always know how much I am going to make, and when it will show up in my wallet.
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May 29, 2017, 11:09:09 AM
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Hi guys, i have an small mining operatio about 43 TH. Most of the time mining in slush pool. Switchet to viabtc for a while and the results were worts than slush.

I have read a lot or you guys using kano. Is kano the best pool out there?

Thanks in advance

Rao

Pool.bitcoin.com is 110% PPS.  While I have mined on Kano's pool, and it works very well, the reliable nature of a PPS pool that pays me daily, or on scheduled days is very nice.  I always know how much I am going to make, and when it will show up in my wallet.
... and that 110% PPS: it is expected to be less reward than most low fee PPLNS pools.

So mining PPS, you'd be giving away bitcoin due to simple impatience and lack of understanding of PPLNS.
PPS is a bad idea for anyone mining, but most PPS miners don't even understand mining, let alone the statistics of payouts schemes.

P.S. I never said your silly pool was "charging huge fees" - but I ignored your last post for lying that I said something that I never did.
For this month, assuming luck is as expected, your pool is charging a ~9% expected fee ... and saying your pool is always having bad luck simply says people shouldn't mine there, it doesn't excuse your pool currently charging that ~9% expected fee.

Pool: https://kano.is Here on Bitcointalk: Forum BTC: 1KanoPb8cKYqNrswjaA8cRDk4FAS9eDMLU
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June 10, 2017, 03:20:19 PM
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You can try your luck
www.bravo-mining.com
If you split the block, you will receive a reward

1 BTC

sure to received reward using this pool??

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June 15, 2017, 03:13:46 PM
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P.S. I never said your silly pool was "charging huge fees" - but I ignored your last post for lying that I said something that I never did.
For this month, assuming luck is as expected, your pool is charging a ~9% expected fee ... and saying your pool is always having bad luck simply says people shouldn't mine there, it doesn't excuse your pool currently charging that ~9% expected fee.

Kano, Now Bitcoin.com is paying 120% PPS.  Where does that put us with the effective fees of the pool? 
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June 15, 2017, 05:52:23 PM
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P.S. I never said your silly pool was "charging huge fees" - but I ignored your last post for lying that I said something that I never did.
For this month, assuming luck is as expected, your pool is charging a ~9% expected fee ... and saying your pool is always having bad luck simply says people shouldn't mine there, it doesn't excuse your pool currently charging that ~9% expected fee.

Kano, Now Bitcoin.com is paying 120% PPS.  Where does that put us with the effective fees of the pool?  
Well my pool's average block size this month so far is 123%
So that would be taking that 3% out of 123% as fees Smiley

Edit: though since you seem to keep pushing this point, I'll add that so far this month luck has also been 109% on my pool ... so that's averaging 133.9% PPS so far on my pool Cheesy
(last month was 124.1% and the previous month was 162.33%)
https://kano.is/index.php?k=blocks

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June 16, 2017, 05:50:02 AM
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P.S. I never said your silly pool was "charging huge fees" - but I ignored your last post for lying that I said something that I never did.
For this month, assuming luck is as expected, your pool is charging a ~9% expected fee ... and saying your pool is always having bad luck simply says people shouldn't mine there, it doesn't excuse your pool currently charging that ~9% expected fee.

Kano, Now Bitcoin.com is paying 120% PPS.  Where does that put us with the effective fees of the pool?  
Well my pool's average block size this month so far is 123%
So that would be taking that 3% out of 123% as fees Smiley

Edit: though since you seem to keep pushing this point, I'll add that so far this month luck has also been 109% on my pool ... so that's averaging 133.9% PPS so far on my pool Cheesy
(last month was 124.1% and the previous month was 162.33%)
https://kano.is/index.php?k=blocks

You are right, I enjoy pushing the point.  I sincerely hope you know that I do it in good fun, and not to troll you or pick a fight.  That isn't my intention.  I would love to get a 162.33% effective payout, all I need now is to find a pool that signals BU and pays that rate.  I don't suppose you would signal BU or another non-segwit large block?  I know based on your other messages you seem to not be a segwit fan.
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June 16, 2017, 11:17:21 AM
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I came here with a question about Slushpool - however, I see now that I might switch to Kano - but my question:

On Antpool I was getting .0039xxxx BTC per day on average with 10.5TH and I switched to Slush two days ago where it's showing .0050xxxxBTC as expected daily earning.

Although it's only showing .004xxxxBTC as a confirmed reward after two days of mining.   Shouldn't it be double that or is Slush a day behind in their "Confirmed Reward"?

Sorry for the newbie question, obviously I've new to this. 
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June 16, 2017, 07:21:14 PM
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I've got miners on 3 different pools at the moment.

Your expected daily earnings is an average that your 10.5 tH/s will produce per day over a longer period of time.  You can't base an average from 1 or 2 days at a pool.  Some days it will produce more, some days it will produce less, and some days you won't get a reward at all.  Also, at Slushpool and maybe elsewhere, it will take about 16 hours for unconfirmed rewards to be confirmed and it takes some time for your scoring hash rate to come up depending on the pool.  Slushpool only found 4 blocks on the 15th, so it was a little bit lower than average; some days they find 10 blocks.  Kano is a great pool, as is slushpool.
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June 22, 2017, 11:33:56 AM
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Hi,

since we're already talking about different pools and fees, I have one more question:

I need to pay transaction fees if I want to transfer Btc. So far, so good. As I've understood you need to pay a smaller amount of transaction fees if you have very few, but big, payments in your wallet, vs you pay a high transacvtion fee if you have a lot, but small, payments in you wallet. Is that correct?

Cause in this case I'd also need to add these fees to my calcutlations concerning which pool is more profitable, since the fees may not be kept by kano, but are still substracted from my margin.

Thanks again for your answers.
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