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June 20, 2013, 09:56:18 PM
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do i get this right, you are suggesting some kind of... reverse hopping?

at first, hoppers switched to a pool when a new round started, knowing they would still get paid enough for a finished block in the old pool.
After scoring has been changed to prevent this, and shares submitted later in the round gain higher scores, its time for hopping 2.0!
The average round time could either be calculated via the n last rounds, or just estimated by pool hash-rate, and neo hoppers pop in to provide well scoring late shares. Smiley

Next evolutionary step will be hybrid-hopping, just find yourself one pool with proportional distribution to join early in the rounds, and one with slush-scoring to join late in rounds Smiley
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June 20, 2013, 10:23:20 PM
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No need to even calculate anything, there is "Current shares CDF" right on the stats page. Jump to the pool when that number is high enough for your liking.

Just kidding. LOL
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June 21, 2013, 03:04:59 AM
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18674    2013-06-21 00:55:36    1:07:59    16477367    2305    0.00358311    242516    25.52708500    90 confirmations left

18673    2013-06-20 23:47:37    1:05:06    15732349    2266    0.00386177    242509    25.25864857    83 confirmations left

18672    2013-06-20 22:42:31    1:18:33    19158866    380    0.00313452    242497    25.06230101    71 confirmations left

18671    2013-06-20 21:23:58    3:47:07    54211201    4360    0.00000000    242486    25.25275299    60 confirmations left

Anyone else get zero on #18671

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June 21, 2013, 03:47:22 AM
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18674    2013-06-21 00:55:36    1:07:59    16477367    2305    0.00358311    242516    25.52708500    90 confirmations left

18673    2013-06-20 23:47:37    1:05:06    15732349    2266    0.00386177    242509    25.25864857    83 confirmations left

18672    2013-06-20 22:42:31    1:18:33    19158866    380    0.00313452    242497    25.06230101    71 confirmations left

18671    2013-06-20 21:23:58    3:47:07    54211201    4360    0.00000000    242486    25.25275299    60 confirmations left

Anyone else get zero on #18671

Looks like you had a disconnect near the end of that round because of your low share count in the next round and steady reward.
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June 21, 2013, 03:58:38 AM
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.....Aaand this topic should be called [16000 GH/s] Slush's Pool (mining.bitcoin.cz); TX FEES + UserDiff; ASIC tested  Wink

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June 21, 2013, 04:01:47 AM
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.....Aaand this topic should be called [16000 GH/s] Slush's Pool (mining.bitcoin.cz); TX FEES + UserDiff; ASIC tested  Wink

the topic was changed to 12,000 so  am sure it will go to 16k sooner or later haha...

gotta love the post count anti OMG scammer count negater. 20+ posts and still 42. I will never get to 55 so I can collect BTC! Sad
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June 21, 2013, 04:07:44 AM
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.....Aaand this topic should be called [16000 GH/s] Slush's Pool (mining.bitcoin.cz); TX FEES + UserDiff; ASIC tested  Wink

the topic was changed to 12,000 so  am sure it will go to 16k sooner or later haha...

gotta love the post count anti OMG scammer count negater. 20+ posts and still 42. I will never get to 55 so I can collect BTC! Sad


Yes, but you have to keep on 55th post for a week to be eligible for getting block solved! This is my 8 pseudonim, the other 7 are getting blocks..... Grin

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June 21, 2013, 05:22:56 AM
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18672    2013-06-20 22:42:31    1:18:33    19158866    380    0.00313452    242497    25.06230101    71 confirmations left

18671    2013-06-20 21:23:58    3:47:07    54211201    4360    0.00000000    242486    25.25275299    60 confirmations left

Anyone else get zero on #18671

Looks like you had a disconnect near the end of that round because of your low share count in the next round and steady reward.

Yeah, I tripped my circuit breaker  Cry

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June 21, 2013, 09:29:00 AM
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.....Aaand this topic should be called [16000 GH/s] Slush's Pool (mining.bitcoin.cz); TX FEES + UserDiff; ASIC tested  Wink

the topic was changed to 12,000 so  am sure it will go to 16k sooner or later haha...

gotta love the post count anti OMG scammer count negater. 20+ posts and still 42. I will never get to 55 so I can collect BTC! Sad

16TH? It's now at 18.4TH... so crazy.

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June 21, 2013, 09:39:15 AM
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18672    2013-06-20 22:42:31    1:18:33    19158866    380    0.00313452    242497    25.06230101    71 confirmations left

18671    2013-06-20 21:23:58    3:47:07    54211201    4360    0.00000000    242486    25.25275299    60 confirmations left

Anyone else get zero on #18671

Looks like you had a disconnect near the end of that round because of your low share count in the next round and steady reward.

Yeah, I tripped my circuit breaker  Cry

what equipment do u get 0.00313452 ?

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June 21, 2013, 10:00:18 AM
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Hi, on 19th June was sent 0.1 BTC from my account to my wallet 1FfuFv2X8pUxXmxBZXGN27m38FBKET2f4a and I still haven't coins.

Transaction info:
http://blockchain.info/tx/32f740b42458092f6f959d0569d67f74418b23ea9ededbe09ab963baa64fccad

What could I do, please?

Thanks!
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June 21, 2013, 10:43:31 AM
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do i get this right, you are suggesting some kind of... reverse hopping?

at first, hoppers switched to a pool when a new round started, knowing they would still get paid enough for a finished block in the old pool.
After scoring has been changed to prevent this, and shares submitted later in the round gain higher scores, its time for hopping 2.0!
The average round time could either be calculated via the n last rounds, or just estimated by pool hash-rate, and neo hoppers pop in to provide well scoring late shares. Smiley

Next evolutionary step will be hybrid-hopping, just find yourself one pool with proportional distribution to join early in the rounds, and one with slush-scoring to join late in rounds Smiley

I'm aftraid this reverse hopping wouln't work..
Long blocks are less frequent than short ones.
And you can't estimate current block duration..
Normal hopping gains from short (and very
short) blocks. Nothing like that is available in
"reverse hopping". I believe one can just lose.
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June 21, 2013, 11:14:56 AM
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yeah, wou are right, i guess.
it would not work because
a) you know for sure when a round starts, but cant know when it will end
b) even though just contributing shares in the second half of a round will get you paid more per share then staying during the complete round, it still gives less than contributing to a shorter round
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June 21, 2013, 12:33:19 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.

When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.

What does it mean?

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June 21, 2013, 12:34:31 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.

When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.

What does it mean?

cgminer detects blocks being solve from other pools and solo miners as well.
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June 21, 2013, 01:15:41 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.

When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.

What does it mean?

cgminer detects blocks being solve from other pools and solo miners as well.

Thank you very much for your fast reply.

So the block I am seeing on cgminer is not really the block I am working on?
Not logical to me  Huh

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June 21, 2013, 01:25:30 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.

When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.

What does it mean?

cgminer detects blocks being solve from other pools and solo miners as well.

Thank you very much for your fast reply.

So the block I am seeing on cgminer is not really the block I am working on?
Not logical to me  Huh

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June 21, 2013, 02:17:35 PM
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18672    2013-06-20 22:42:31    1:18:33    19158866    380    0.00313452    242497    25.06230101    71 confirmations left

18671    2013-06-20 21:23:58    3:47:07    54211201    4360    0.00000000    242486    25.25275299    60 confirmations left

Anyone else get zero on #18671

Looks like you had a disconnect near the end of that round because of your low share count in the next round and steady reward.

Yeah, I tripped my circuit breaker  Cry

what equipment do u get 0.00313452 ?

.003 is probably around 2gh/s-2.5gh/s  I am just guessing assuming this was with 16th/s not 18th/s on the pool! haha...
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June 21, 2013, 02:22:40 PM
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.....Aaand this topic should be called [16000 GH/s] Slush's Pool (mining.bitcoin.cz); TX FEES + UserDiff; ASIC tested  Wink

the topic was changed to 12,000 so  am sure it will go to 16k sooner or later haha...

gotta love the post count anti OMG scammer count negater. 20+ posts and still 42. I will never get to 55 so I can collect BTC! Sad


Yes, but you have to keep on 55th post for a week to be eligible for getting block solved! This is my 8 pseudonim, the other 7 are getting blocks..... Grin

is that how it increases by average posts over a week? I tried to read their explanation but zoned out cuz the reason for implementing it was just nutso...
foil hate nutso.
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 Pool now at 18,900Gh/s loving my new card being negated! Running out of places to install new cards!
I am trying to decide if after GPU's are totally shot if I should swap my Nvidia 650 for one of these 7870xt's but I so hate AMD/ATI....
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June 21, 2013, 02:50:55 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.
When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.
What does it mean?
cgminer detects blocks being solve from other pools and solo miners as well.

Thank you very much for your fast reply.

So the block I am seeing on cgminer is not really the block I am working on?
Not logical to me  Huh

When cgminer shows a new block, slush does, too.
Look at the stats page under current bitcoin block.

It does not start a new round, though, because one round on the pool equals one block found by the pool.
So of a new block is found by someone else, you (and the whole pool) starts working on another block, but in the same pool round, until the pool finds a block and starts a new round.
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