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July 15, 2013, 03:15:12 AM
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I don't see rounds under 0.08btc in my stats.
 

Difficulty rose and others are hooking up asic which means anyone standing still appears to be going backwards, hence you recorded a new low payout.   BTC is a hard road seems to me, I only hope its worth it and the world uses it more; so price rises

no that is not what happened there... he lost .04 his norm... if he lost .04 with the hashrate he is doing then I would have seem an  extreme loss to mine. and I did not...

hrmm actually I did get the shaft on 19080...

19080   2013-07-13 04:55:43   3:38:04   55146734   11064   0.00354312   246305   25.18400164    confirmed
19079   2013-07-13 01:17:39   3:28:34   53289059   10701   0.00515743   246282   25.48430000    confirmed

Actually if I remember correctly I think 2 miners hash's were not being recorded during this round so I changed their ip's. however keep in mind that was not my fault it was one of slush's servers not synched with the others, as my hashrate is on par. this has happened a few times. slush didnt fix it and what is done is done...
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July 15, 2013, 04:49:06 AM
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Just curious if anyone is using the BitForce 50 GH/s miner from Butterfly Labs. If so, what's your hash rate? I just decided to buy one for fun. http://products.butterflylabs.com/homepage/50-gh-s-bitcoin-miner.html
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July 15, 2013, 05:59:16 AM
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well, you can claim to know about the scoring system, and then complain about it, but that is the reason you got less of a reward for one round vs another. you got paid for the % of your score vs the rest of the pool. you keep pointing back to your shares, but shares are not the full story. they don't reveal if you were scoring higher than average or scoring lower than average, and they also don't reveal how the rest of the pool was scoring.

My score was similar in both rounds.

Was it? Then your reward should be similar too.
Can you post your score, total score, and block reward, for both rounds? You can calculate your reward from those numbers. And see without doubts whether there's an error or not.
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July 15, 2013, 10:34:37 AM
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Now it is confirmed and nothing changed - less than 3% of normal in 19093!

19093    2013-07-14 11:01:18    5:27:23    82887784    13016    0.00016619    246513    25.11315000

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19104    2013-07-15 04:35:38    5:30:24    82771441    13869    0.00406158    246636    25.16320000
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July 15, 2013, 01:41:56 PM
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Just curious if anyone is using the BitForce 50 GH/s miner from Butterfly Labs. If so, what's your hash rate? I just decided to buy one for fun. http://products.butterflylabs.com/homepage/50-gh-s-bitcoin-miner.html

the early demo videos of their 5gh/s miner was actually running at 5.8-6 gh/s, and can be firmware overclocked to 7gh/s for 100$... so i imagine that their 50gh/s will run well above 50gh/s. (the hash ratings are a minimum, i believe that the specific number depends on the chip quality (being more or less prone to overheating) some chips can run faster than others, but even tho "lowest quality" chips will meet or exceed the minimum hash rate)

that said, they are currently shipping orders from June 2012... (except the 5gh/s miners which currently shipping orders from oct 2012) they have a lot to catch up on. supposedly everything ordered so far should be shipped by the end of September iirc... but if u just ordered yours then it wouldn't surprise me if it was Oct or Nov when u actually get your unit. BFL is pretty awesome at claiming to be on a certain timeline and then missing it completely.

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July 15, 2013, 03:47:35 PM
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Actually I'm running the jalapeno (the low end entry) from BFL. I did pay for the upgrade as well. So I should be running at 6.5 GH minimum. Instead I'm getting 7.45 GH. Admittedly it runs a touch hot for my taste (averaging around 46-50 celsius depending on ambient temp. in room) but if the 50 GH model were to show a similar increase over its minimum hashrate claimed it would be running around 53 GH/sec.

Using CGminer and running it off of a raspberry pi with a powered USB hub. Nice low energy consumption to keep the jalapeno profitable as difficulty, and network hash rate, rises.

For anyone unaware, Jalapeno is what BFL used to call their entry level miner, now known as the 5 GH miner.

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ETA: the 6.5 GH figure is taken from the current claim on older orders of the jalapeno doing 4.5 GH, so with the upgrade 6.5 GH/s.

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July 15, 2013, 04:16:59 PM
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Actually I'm running the jalapeno (the low end entry) from BFL. I did pay for the upgrade as well. So I should be running at 6.5 GH minimum. Instead I'm getting 7.45 GH. Admittedly it runs a touch hot for my taste (averaging around 46-50 celsius depending on ambient temp. in room) but if the 50 GH model were to show a similar increase over its minimum hashrate claimed it would be running around 53 GH/sec.

Using CGminer and running it off of a raspberry pi with a powered USB hub. Nice low energy consumption to keep the jalapeno profitable as difficulty, and network hash rate, rises.

For anyone unaware, Jalapeno is what BFL used to call their entry level miner, now known as the 5 GH miner.

Thralen

ETA: the 6.5 GH figure is taken from the current claim on older orders of the jalapeno doing 4.5 GH, so with the upgrade 6.5 GH/s.

you think 46-50C is too hot for your taste?! ever mine with a GPU? 70-80's are the norm. if that is at 50C I would guess the fan is working pretty good. wouldnt want that fan failing though
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July 15, 2013, 04:46:54 PM
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Wow. Once Synethstesia left our luck returned. Maybe we should send him some BTC to stay away.

Yes... Do this. I'll return unless I receive 1 BTC!  1Jhh2ZA59tmzyaNpX9hG1WvdwcuqJ4mhPG

You have until midnight tonight!

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July 15, 2013, 06:09:00 PM
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Wow. Once Synethstesia left our luck returned. Maybe we should send him some BTC to stay away.

Yes... Do this. I'll return unless I receive 1 BTC!  1Jhh2ZA59tmzyaNpX9hG1WvdwcuqJ4mhPG

You have until midnight tonight!

LOL!

I would've demanded 10,000,000 BTC!!!
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July 15, 2013, 06:26:06 PM
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Anyone else having issues with blockchain.info?

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July 15, 2013, 06:32:07 PM
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Anyone else having issues with blockchain.info?

Oh nevermind.  They just put a "Site under maintenance" banner up...  Which is code for "Oh crap, something is wrong and we need some time to figure it out"

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July 15, 2013, 06:34:59 PM
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Wow. Once Synethstesia left our luck returned. Maybe we should send him some BTC to stay away.

Yes... Do this. I'll return unless I receive 1 BTC!  1Jhh2ZA59tmzyaNpX9hG1WvdwcuqJ4mhPG

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LOL!

I would've demanded 10,000,000 BTC!!!

We could all send him BTC .00000001  Grin Bet he'd love that.
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July 15, 2013, 07:37:31 PM
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Actually I'm running the jalapeno (the low end entry) from BFL. I did pay for the upgrade as well. So I should be running at 6.5 GH minimum. Instead I'm getting 7.45 GH. Admittedly it runs a touch hot for my taste (averaging around 46-50 celsius depending on ambient temp. in room) but if the 50 GH model were to show a similar increase over its minimum hashrate claimed it would be running around 53 GH/sec.

Using CGminer and running it off of a raspberry pi with a powered USB hub. Nice low energy consumption to keep the jalapeno profitable as difficulty, and network hash rate, rises.

For anyone unaware, Jalapeno is what BFL used to call their entry level miner, now known as the 5 GH miner.

Thralen

ETA: the 6.5 GH figure is taken from the current claim on older orders of the jalapeno doing 4.5 GH, so with the upgrade 6.5 GH/s.

you think 46-50C is too hot for your taste?! ever mine with a GPU? 70-80's are the norm. if that is at 50C I would guess the fan is working pretty good. wouldnt want that fan failing though

Actually yes I have, re: mining with GPU. I had a caseless, headless BAMT mining rig set up with three cards. The card in the center habitually stayed between 80 and 85 Celsius, the max I was willing to run it at. I ran the rig until I got my jalapeno. That rig was tucked out of the way though, the jalapeno isn't and I've got kids, so I consider it hot since they can come into contact with the case on this one but not with the previous rig. Just a comparative thing.

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July 15, 2013, 08:01:12 PM
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Actually yes I have, re: mining with GPU. I had a caseless, headless BAMT mining rig set up with three cards. The card in the center habitually stayed between 80 and 85 Celsius, the max I was willing to run it at. I ran the rig until I got my jalapeno. That rig was tucked out of the way though, the jalapeno isn't and I've got kids, so I consider it hot since they can come into contact with the case on this one but not with the previous rig. Just a comparative thing.

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If I had both a jalapeno and kids, I'd being hiding the mining rig for the sake of the jalapeno... not my kids!!  Hehe, but that's me and I obviously dont have kids.

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Actually yes I have, re: mining with GPU. I had a caseless, headless BAMT mining rig set up with three cards. The card in the center habitually stayed between 80 and 85 Celsius, the max I was willing to run it at. I ran the rig until I got my jalapeno. That rig was tucked out of the way though, the jalapeno isn't and I've got kids, so I consider it hot since they can come into contact with the case on this one but not with the previous rig. Just a comparative thing.

Thralen

If I had both a jalapeno and kids, I'd being hiding the mining rig for the sake of the jalapeno... not my kids!!  Hehe, but that's me and I obviously dont have kids.

yeah put it on top of the fridge or something!!
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July 15, 2013, 10:54:49 PM
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Slush! just watched your trezor vid!  very excited!  but first...  trim your nails bro, at best long nails on a guy make you look effeminate at worst like a coke head.. second is that the sweet pad our 2% buys you in prague?!?!  im mad jealous!!! and 3rd  maybe edit the part of the vid where you say the father of bitcoins himself would be proud... you both look like your in love with just the thought!!!!

  but great work! cant wait to get the btc to preorder!!
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July 16, 2013, 04:52:14 AM
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Great Trezor video guys!

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July 16, 2013, 05:39:48 AM
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19114   2013-07-16 04:28:05   2:46:01   40666603   258   0.00000000   246804   25.16075027    94 confirmations left ??

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July 16, 2013, 09:05:04 AM
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19114   2013-07-16 04:28:05   2:46:01   40666603   258   0.00000000   246804   25.16075027    94 confirmations left ??

What's your hashing power?
Your shares are very low, like ~100 MH/s.
But maybe your power is higher and you've stopped mining before the round end? The round took 2 3/4 hours, if you haven't been mining in last say 30 min, you get plain zero.
(If you'd have been mining for the whole time, you'd get about 0.15 mBTC, but with really high variance.)
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July 16, 2013, 01:30:14 PM
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Something is going on with the pool. I am getting some strange errors.


19111 2013-07-16 01:03:05 2:14:47   33001447   151218 0.11639904 246782  25.00560000   18 confirmations left 
19110 2013-07-15 22:48:18 0:01:12   273855           188 0.01928598 246764  25.02670000       confirmed 
19109 2013-07-15 22:47:06 5:32:55   82434117   372955 0.05572091 246763  25.11881000       confirmed 
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