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Author Topic: [150+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 4015723 times)
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June 13, 2013, 06:58:09 PM
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I too have been wondering about this, I get diverted I think.  api2.bitcoin.cz:8332 is my server? When I open new other miner in GUIminer it asks for an .exe I don't seem to have...

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June 13, 2013, 07:22:52 PM
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Slush's pool is dropping off. Less than 16TH/s now and still dropping. Checked the global network hash rate and that has dropped from 155 to 152TH/s since last night.

BFL began shipping singles yesterday - I suspect the peaks and troughs are bfl testing the ready to release singles on slush's pool!

In a way its good if they are testing, it gives miners fore knowledge of the increases and wont go much above the previous numbers, should mean 1 big difficulty change and then a bit more calm.

from reading forums, the boost was because 50BTC was having connection issues so 4,000gh/s got shifted to slush around 9am est 6/12. it looks like 50% of that has shifted back...
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June 13, 2013, 07:47:42 PM
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I too have been wondering about this, I get diverted I think.  api2.bitcoin.cz:8332 is my server? When I open new other miner in GUIminer it asks for an .exe I don't seem to have...
Don't create new "other miner", use the opencl one (prolly there is one open by default).
from the Pools dropdown menu pick "other"
enter stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333
fill username and password for the worker

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June 13, 2013, 09:28:56 PM
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I too have been wondering about this, I get diverted I think.  api2.bitcoin.cz:8332 is my server? When I open new other miner in GUIminer it asks for an .exe I don't seem to have...
Don't create new "other miner", use the opencl one (prolly there is one open by default).
from the Pools dropdown menu pick "other"
enter stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333
fill username and password for the worker

Thank you! That bumped my hash up a bit.
I separated the host and port into there respective entrees.
Host : stratum.bitcoin.cz      Port: 3333
I just updated my currant workers with these, no downtime at all. Thanks again.

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June 13, 2013, 11:25:08 PM
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I have a question about ASIC mining on slush's pool. what software should i use? will the guiminer work? I haven't received delivery of my ASIC yet because; BFL, but I want to be ready to go as soon as I get it.(in 2 weeks apparently)
anyways, what is the recommended software to hook up my ASIC to the pool?

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June 13, 2013, 11:30:36 PM
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I have a question about ASIC mining on slush's pool. what software should i use? will the guiminer work? I haven't received delivery of my ASIC yet because; BFL, but I want to be ready to go as soon as I get it.(in 2 weeks apparently)
anyways, what is the recommended software to hook up my ASIC to the pool?

Pretty much the only option for ASIC mining is cgminer or bfgminer.

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June 14, 2013, 01:02:06 AM
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I have a question about ASIC mining on slush's pool. what software should i use? will the guiminer work? I haven't received delivery of my ASIC yet because; BFL, but I want to be ready to go as soon as I get it.(in 2 weeks apparently)
anyways, what is the recommended software to hook up my ASIC to the pool?

I like cgminer myself.

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June 14, 2013, 01:25:31 AM
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I have a question about ASIC mining on slush's pool. what software should i use? will the guiminer work? I haven't received delivery of my ASIC yet because; BFL, but I want to be ready to go as soon as I get it.(in 2 weeks apparently)
anyways, what is the recommended software to hook up my ASIC to the pool?

Not sure if guiminer will handle ASICs, but I couldn't get it to work with my FPGAs.  I use it on one gpu rig and cgminer on the other.  I've had trouble with cgminer staying connected for FPGAs so for them I use bfgminer.  Since bfgminer also handles Avalon rigs, I imagine it will run BFL ASICs, too.
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June 14, 2013, 02:31:19 AM
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cool guys. all info duly noted. mebby some programmer out there will invent a noob friendly asic mining software. be veddy profitable, no?

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June 14, 2013, 03:16:13 AM
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Another long block... 5 hours and counting... Sad

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June 14, 2013, 03:34:44 AM
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Another long block... 5 hours and counting... Sad

and it is a nice 5hour INVALID block 241420 EclipseMC got this block not us
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June 14, 2013, 04:58:25 AM
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Another long block... 5 hours and counting... Sad

and it is a nice 5hour INVALID block 241420 EclipseMC got this block not us

241420 is an orphaned as well.....
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June 14, 2013, 01:11:00 PM
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Somebody is yanking our pool with brute force of 1TH/s!  Angry

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June 14, 2013, 03:22:48 PM
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well i've got to say thanks for the intro and help and such but after this statement ---->


"The average time to generate a block at 250.0 Mhps, given difficulty of 15605632.6813, is 8 years, 26 weeks, 1 day, 2 hours, 6 minutes, and 58 seconds"



what with my lonely 1 gpu 6870 (250-300MH) sett-up that runs at approx. 288W on an elec rate of 14.43KW/h and a standing charge of 18pence a day......i'm out.

i'll be back next year when i have a Pi and a BFL Jal'

so long and thnx for all the fish.

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June 14, 2013, 03:35:29 PM
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well i've got to say thanks for the intro and help and such but after this statement ---->


"The average time to generate a block at 250.0 Mhps, given difficulty of 15605632.6813, is 8 years, 26 weeks, 1 day, 2 hours, 6 minutes, and 58 seconds"



what with my lonely 1 gpu 6870 (250-300MH) sett-up that runs at approx. 288W on an elec rate of 14.43KW/h and a standing charge of 18pence a day......i'm out.

i'll be back next year when i have a Pi and a BFL Jal'

so long and thnx for all the fish.

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Just because you won't find a block, doesn't mean you still can't make $25+ a month mining with that single card.  I don't know if it's worth it for you, but that's the beauty of mining pools.  You don't have to find a block to make btc...

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June 14, 2013, 03:38:47 PM
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If everyone wasn't aware, slush is a little busy with trezor which I just preordered. Check it out, I got to finally see a picture of him. Hope it works with blockchain.

http://www.bitcointrezor.com/news/trezor-timeline

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June 14, 2013, 05:16:15 PM
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well i've got to say thanks for the intro and help and such but after this statement ---->


"The average time to generate a block at 250.0 Mhps, given difficulty of 15605632.6813, is 8 years, 26 weeks, 1 day, 2 hours, 6 minutes, and 58 seconds"



what with my lonely 1 gpu 6870 (250-300MH) sett-up that runs at approx. 288W on an elec rate of 14.43KW/h and a standing charge of 18pence a day......i'm out.

i'll be back next year when i have a Pi and a BFL Jal'

so long and thnx for all the fish.

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Just because you won't find a block, doesn't mean you still can't make $25+ a month mining with that single card.  I don't know if it's worth it for you, but that's the beauty of mining pools.  You don't have to find a block to make btc...

i'd love to, but it would cost me 60 a month or so in power bills to make that ...

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June 14, 2013, 05:19:05 PM
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If everyone wasn't aware, slush is a little busy with trezor which I just preordered. Check it out, I got to finally see a picture of him. Hope it works with blockchain.

http://www.bitcointrezor.com/news/trezor-timeline

Great initiative ! But really far too expensive for the limited amount of btc I own....
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June 14, 2013, 05:36:54 PM
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Great initiative! Hope it doesn't require the "admin" to manually fix anomalies every ten transactions though ;-)
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June 14, 2013, 06:21:49 PM
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So long as it does the job routinely for people in the real world, buying a car or just doing the monthly shopping then its good.    I wonder how the card companies would cast their eye over it with all their chip and wf technology

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