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Author Topic: [40+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 3857743 times)
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June 19, 2013, 12:34:42 PM
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Okay thanks. It did just get one share a minute ago Smiley

Already running these systems + no cost for power so figure it won't hurt !
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June 19, 2013, 01:03:00 PM
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Really!?  Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   44%, 84%, 95%

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June 19, 2013, 01:11:04 PM
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it was a catalyst/ driver prob..  reinstalled OS and just rebuilt my rig from there..  hashing away now again!!!  thanks for all of the help!!
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June 19, 2013, 01:30:24 PM
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If i got this right, later shares give higher scores, to prevent pool hopping.
Calculating the hashing speed based on score would not be correct.
If its the way you state, maybe the current hashing speed should not be calculated via shares/round but lets say shares/last five minutes.

This would raise the variance/inaccuracy especially for slow miners. I believe it's better to keep it as it is, it works fine for full-time miners, and for the others - they have to remember that non-complete round just displays false speed.
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June 19, 2013, 01:30:33 PM
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This is interesting. If no new ASICs are plugged into the ecosystem, difficulty might go down next time:
http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

Like that's ever gonna happen...
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June 19, 2013, 01:41:26 PM
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This is interesting. If no new ASICs are plugged into the ecosystem, difficulty might go down next time:
http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

Like that's ever gonna happen...

It's too early to predict...
Graph says, just for now, network rate is going down. But I don't believe this will last for a long time, it looks more like a fluctuation. Maybe whole network is now so "lucky" as our pool is... ;-)



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I'd be very glad if the difficulty did not go up too much next time. Just not believing it will go down.
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June 19, 2013, 01:43:17 PM
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Really!?  Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   44%, 84%, 95%

I was just about to post this.
Yes, luck is really compensating us for the last days... :-))))))))
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June 19, 2013, 02:19:05 PM
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I was wondering too about the lowering of the total network hashrate !

Anyone knows what is happening ? I'm really surprised about this...
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June 19, 2013, 02:27:43 PM
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I was wondering too about the lowering of the total network hashrate !

Anyone knows what is happening ? I'm really surprised about this...

Well, based on what i've read on the forums here, Avalon has stopped using customer's rigs for mining. Also, i saw that, i think it is BFL is playing with a 500 Gh/s rig, no sure how much difference that makes.

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June 19, 2013, 02:51:16 PM
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I was wondering too about the lowering of the total network hashrate !

Anyone knows what is happening ? I'm really surprised about this...

Well, based on what i've read on the forums here, Avalon has stopped using customer's rigs for mining. Also, i saw that, i think it is BFL is playing with a 500 Gh/s rig, no sure how much difference that makes.

Well that's just obnoxious...  I may be wrong here but from what I understand, the difficulty jumps as a method of keeping found blocks at about 10 minutes apart. The higher the network hashrate, the quicker the blocks are found (at any single given difficulty).  So the network hashrate being around 125,000-140,000 caused the difficulty to jump significantly in attempt to reduce block frequency and then whatever\whoever accounted for the 15,000-30,000 drops out and we are left with too high of a difficulty for the current hashrate.  Hence the find rate is about 12.5 minutes right now according to blockchain.info.   I know network hashrate with grow again, maybe naturally or maybe when that 15,000-25,000 come back but it really screws with the rest of us.  I would hope there would be some level of self-imposed responsibility when people have enough hashing power at their disposal to significantly affect the entire network...  Then again, I'm not too surprised that hope is in vain.

Whatever, I'll keep plugging away with my 1.5GH/s and continue to catch the scraps off the table of the huge miners.


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June 19, 2013, 02:57:54 PM
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It's possible and even likely the lowered hash rate is caused by cpu/gpu miners giving up.
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June 19, 2013, 03:02:55 PM
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It's possible and even likely the lowered hash rate is caused by cpu/gpu miners giving up.

throw in my 2 cents here, bitminter is under heavy ddos attack for several days now, and I know slush had a problem about a month ago.  Wonder who is behind all these ddos attacks, seems worse lately
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June 19, 2013, 03:09:12 PM
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It's possible and even likely the lowered hash rate is caused by cpu/gpu miners giving up.

throw in my 2 cents here, bitminter is under heavy ddos attack for several days now, and I know slush had a problem about a month ago.  Wonder who is behind all these ddos attacks, seems worse lately

People try to create panic and drop BTC price so they can buy. I really wish the community would catch on to this.  Embarrassed

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June 19, 2013, 03:16:05 PM
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It's possible and even likely the lowered hash rate is caused by cpu/gpu miners giving up.

15,000 GH/s is ALOT of GPU miners and and even bigger number of CPU miners. For them ALL to coincidentally go offline within a few days of each other is unlikely, in my opinion.  Using Occam's razor, I am forced to lean towards the fluctuation being caused by a major producer of Hashing equipment. But who really knows... that's the wonderment of the BTC ecosystem

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June 19, 2013, 03:44:06 PM
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It's possible and even likely the lowered hash rate is caused by cpu/gpu miners giving up.

throw in my 2 cents here, bitminter is under heavy ddos attack for several days now, and I know slush had a problem about a month ago.  Wonder who is behind all these ddos attacks, seems worse lately

People try to create panic and drop BTC price so they can buy. I really wish the community would catch on to this.  Embarrassed

The community is fully aware of this - but what can you do when someone is hammering your website with 10's of thousands of requests per hour...

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June 19, 2013, 04:17:26 PM
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BTCguild is under attack too. Huh  don't people have better things to do with their time? I guess when it comes to money there will always be people who try to play the system. Sad

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June 19, 2013, 06:47:06 PM
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So the network hashrate being around 125,000-140,000 caused the difficulty to jump significantly in attempt to reduce block frequency and then whatever\whoever accounted for the 15,000-30,000 drops out and we are left with too high of a difficulty for the current hashrate.  Hence the find rate is about 12.5 minutes right now according to blockchain.info.   I know network hashrate with grow again, maybe naturally or maybe when that 15,000-25,000 come back but it really screws with the rest of us.  I would hope there would be some level of self-imposed responsibility when people have enough hashing power at their disposal to significantly affect the entire network...  Then again, I'm not too surprised that hope is in vain.

If the block rate can keep at 12.5 min for long enough time, difficulty shall drop significantly at the end of the period. That would be good, wouldn't it? Smiley
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June 19, 2013, 06:48:11 PM
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BTCguild is under attack too. Huh  don't people have better things to do with their time? I guess when come to money there will always be people who try to play the system. Sad

never delved into this sort of stuff eh...

how much time does it take u to type
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aka how long does it take u to type 5 words and hit enter. this is the time u r asking if people have better stuff to do.
i just wasted more time typing this here sentence.
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June 19, 2013, 06:48:58 PM
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It's possible and even likely the lowered hash rate is caused by cpu/gpu miners giving up.

15,000 GH/s is ALOT of GPU miners and and even bigger number of CPU miners. For them ALL to coincidentally go offline within a few days of each other is unlikely, in my opinion.  Using Occam's razor, I am forced to lean towards the fluctuation being caused by a major producer of Hashing equipment. But who really knows... that's the wonderment of the BTC ecosystem

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June 19, 2013, 08:09:23 PM
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Did anyone else notice that his post count went down? I notice that some of the users went from hero to junior... It hapened to me but not such big drop... And I lost all my trust scores...
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