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June 15, 2013, 01:13:55 AM
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The guy with low mh/s that is quiting was talking about finding a block on the pool.
Are there any bonus reward for the one that finds a block ?

I believe you get the transaction fees.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg1354066#msg1354066

Nope. Transaction fees are considered part of the total reward for the block, and as such are shared with everyone (proportionally to their score).

I found block 239418 last week and didn't get anything more that any other time.

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June 15, 2013, 01:17:16 AM
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The guy with low mh/s that is quiting was talking about finding a block on the pool.
Are there any bonus reward for the one that finds a block ?

I believe you get the transaction fees.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg1354066#msg1354066

Nope. Transaction fees are considered part of the total reward for the block, and as such are shared with everyone (proportionally to their score).

I found block 239418 last week and didn't get anything more that any other time.

exactly the increase isn't noticeable. so it is pretty much nonexistant.

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June 15, 2013, 01:21:33 AM
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The guy with low mh/s that is quiting was talking about finding a block on the pool.
Are there any bonus reward for the one that finds a block ?

I believe you get the transaction fees.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg1354066#msg1354066

Nope. Transaction fees are considered part of the total reward for the block, and as such are shared with everyone (proportionally to their score).

I found block 239418 last week and did not get anything more that any other time.

exactly the increase isn't noticeable. so it is pretty much nonexistant.

The one thing that did suprise me was when i clicked on the link for the block that I found it did not show a map of where I live, it showed some where in Russia? I thought the map showed where the person is located that found the block?

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June 15, 2013, 01:48:27 AM
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The guy with low mh/s that is quiting was talking about finding a block on the pool.
Are there any bonus reward for the one that finds a block ?

I believe you get the transaction fees.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg1354066#msg1354066

Nope. Transaction fees are considered part of the total reward for the block, and as such are shared with everyone (proportionally to their score).

I found block 239418 last week and did not get anything more that any other time.


exactly the increase isn't noticeable. so it is pretty much nonexistant.

The one thing that did suprise me was when i clicked on the link for the block that I found it did not show a map of where I live, it showed some where in Russia? I thought the map showed where the person is located that found the block?

no, we determined a few pages back that the map shows where the first verification was done.

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June 15, 2013, 09:59:15 AM
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erm..the fish i mentioned was a funny reference from hitch hikers guide to the galaxy...nothing to do with prizes/bonus's or anything to do with mining.... Smiley
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oh and i think ill just do satday/sunday just to keep me hand in. for 800 years Smiley

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June 15, 2013, 10:18:52 AM
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erm..the fish i mentioned was a funny reference from hitch hikers guide to the galaxy...nothing to do with prizes/bonus's or anything to do with mining.... Smiley
silly

I know, I was also joking when I mentioned it...
I should have said "42"...  Smiley

(btw, the guide is never silly...)


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June 15, 2013, 10:39:10 AM
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hi   there
can someone explain me how to use the "suggested difficulty" feature ?

bigger is the SD , bigger is the pps reward value ? that's right ?

what's the best SD for a 2-4 gh/s worker ? , in other pools like btc50, 8 is recommended  , and on slush pool "2"  is guessed as best value

right now all my workers are set to 1? so i'm wondering if i could increase my income if i set the right SD value

thanx
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June 15, 2013, 10:45:48 AM
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erm..the fish i mentioned was a funny reference from hitch hikers guide to the galaxy...nothing to do with prizes/bonus's or anything to do with mining.... Smiley
silly

I know, I was also joking when I mentioned it...
I should have said "42"...  Smiley

(btw, the guide is never silly...)




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June 15, 2013, 10:48:05 AM
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oh heres a question i'm finding difficulty finding instructions on 'manual flags' for bfgminer

particularly i watch to have me gpu fan set between a couple of numbers

and any other flags i may have to use, are thr any comprehensive instructions please


soemthing like --gpu- 40-65 ?

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https://github.com/luke-jr/bfgminer

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June 15, 2013, 11:04:47 AM
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Hi there!
I noticed there is a new column on stats page - Your NMC reward. Is it possible to merged mine NMC  on Block erupter blades with stratum proxy? I started namecoind.exe but nothing seems to happens.
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June 15, 2013, 11:31:20 AM
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hi   there
can someone explain me how to use the "suggested difficulty" feature ?

bigger is the SD , bigger is the pps reward value ? that's right ?

what's the best SD for a 2-4 gh/s worker ? , in other pools like btc50, 8 is recommended  , and on slush pool "2"  is guessed as best value

right now all my workers are set to 1? so i'm wondering if i could increase my income if i set the right SD value

thanx

If you increase difficulty your income will not change - variance in your income per block will increase while total will remain the same, but you will use less bandwidth for your connection and also will put less burden on the server.

For 50BTC the time of your share submission is not so important, so 8 is OK there and they will put less load on their server, so will you on your internet connection.

For Slush it is a bit more important when is your share submitted, that's why he suggests much lower difficulty, so with 4GH you will have a share each second at diff 1 and each 2-3 sec with diff 2.

Try using 5 - you should have a share each 5-10 sec which i think is good compromise between bandwidth and not missing on short blocks, but if you are not happy with the variance of per block income, then reduce the diff to 4 or 3 ... i think 2 is too low for 4GH, but if you are closer to 2GH than try that too.

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June 15, 2013, 11:33:36 AM
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Hi there!
I noticed there is a new column on stats page - Your NMC reward. Is it possible to merged mine NMC  on Block erupter blades with stratum proxy? I started namecoind.exe but nothing seems to happens.

NMC is being phased out, and isn't currently mined on stratum. Once getwork's gone, NMC will also go.

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June 15, 2013, 11:36:30 AM
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hi   there
can someone explain me how to use the "suggested difficulty" feature ?

bigger is the SD , bigger is the pps reward value ? that's right ?

what's the best SD for a 2-4 gh/s worker ? , in other pools like btc50, 8 is recommended  , and on slush pool "2"  is guessed as best value

right now all my workers are set to 1? so i'm wondering if i could increase my income if i set the right SD value

thanx

If you increase difficulty your income will not change - variance in your income per block will increase while total will remain the same, but you will use less bandwidth for your connection and also will put less burden on the server.

For 50BTC the time of your share submission is not so important, so 8 is OK there and they will put less load on their server, so will you on your internet connection.

For Slush it is a bit more important when is your share submitted, that's why he suggests much lower difficulty, so with 4GH you will have a share each second at diff 1 and each 2-3 sec with diff 2.

Try using 5 - you should have a share each 5-10 sec which i think is good compromise between bandwidth and not missing on short blocks, but if you are not happy with the variance of per block income, then reduce the diff to 4 or 3 ... i think 2 is too low for 4GH, but if you are closer to 2GH than try that too.


thanx dude, it's clear now
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June 15, 2013, 01:42:03 PM
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The shares submitted in the last second are worth more than all other shares, but the block finder's total reward for the round should still be roughly proportional to his hash rate.

It's not a big difference by the way. At exp(t / 300), the last share will get only 0.3% more than the shares from one second before.

The last share is guaranteed to have the highest score, so if you are a low hashrate miner and you found a block you will definitely get more than usual ... not much but still more than you usually get.
Those doing most of the work may/will not notice such an increase, but a low rate miner will.

The effect is below the limits of resolution with the normal variance for the low rate miner also. The effect of the previous share times has to be taken into account.
An example: In the "successful" round, when the miner finds the block, he has this very last share, and the previous share may had been found 60 seconds earlier. In the last minute of the next round, last two shares can be found e.g. 30 and 20 seconds before the round end, and the total reward can then be higher.
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June 15, 2013, 06:20:14 PM
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Pool luck has been pretty abysmal this past week.  Here's hoping it turns around or the difficulty increase will be that much more painful to bear.
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June 15, 2013, 06:43:46 PM
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I temporarily doubled my hash rate and earning the same amount per round.  Once I sell my other PC with the 7850, I think I'm done with cryptocoins.

Reaper is the only mining software working with my hardware, so I'm limited with what I can use with LTC (reaper, cgminer, bfgminer, none works for me on LTC mining).

GPU Mining is the only viable option for me since AISC is not easily or affordably obtainable.

And this dwindling luck isn't helping.  This s the first I've seen it dip down to the 60s %

Put something in my tip jar if I made your day. Smiley
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June 15, 2013, 07:30:39 PM
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Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   67%, 90%, 97%  Huh

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June 15, 2013, 07:36:58 PM
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Sending good vibes to the pool Cool

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June 15, 2013, 07:55:05 PM
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I temporarily doubled my hash rate and earning the same amount per round.  Once I sell my other PC with the 7850, I think I'm done with cryptocoins.

Reaper is the only mining software working with my hardware, so I'm limited with what I can use with LTC (reaper, cgminer, bfgminer, none works for me on LTC mining).

GPU Mining is the only viable option for me since AISC is not easily or affordably obtainable.

And this dwindling luck isn't helping.  This s the first I've seen it dip down to the 60s %

cgminer works ok for me mining LTC.  You might have a typo in some option or left something out, tho.  Here's my cmd line for WeMineLTC pool:

cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://us.wemineltc.com:80 -u workername -p workerpass -d 0 -I 12 -w 64 --thread-concurrency 8192

I use the -d 0 so that only gpu0 starts, and then I can start or stop my other gpus ala guiminer.  Makes switching from mining to gaming to mining easy.

If you haven't already seen it, check out https://github.com/ckolivas/cgminer/blob/master/SCRYPT-README for using cgminer on LTC.
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June 15, 2013, 08:55:53 PM
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Wow. I mined for almost 4 hours and got this:


18587   2013-06-15 07:20:58   3:57:56   54853253   4704   0.00029513   none   241625   25.29251782    confirmed

Anyone else get that or am I the lucky one?  Cry   
Since its already confirmed it looks like that's what I'm keeping.

I'm a noob just starting, all donations are welcome.  13DXKRXQncUnWAFtemSwNH7boRZfEfsg5a
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