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July 28, 2013, 10:28:23 PM
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July 29, 2013, 11:39:07 AM
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Hello, I'm newbie here. I just tried this pool yesterday and already produced about 13-15 shares (I don't remember exactly) and then I turn off my miner and go to bed. This morning I saw my estimated reward become zero and nothing at my unconfirmed/confirmed, so what I've mined yesterday is totally useless?

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This pool doesnt use Pay Per Share as a reward system, it uses a different system which is a bit difficult to explain as I dont completely understand it, but your reward will quickly drop to zero if you quit mining... This is to combat pool hopping. Leave your miner on through the end of round until a block is found, and you will be paid your reward for that block. Other pools have PPS as options, but the fee is always higher because of pool hoppers... Happy Mining!

I do not think it is very difficult. The value of each share you submit is calculated with the following formula:

scoreshare = exp(t/C)

where t is round duration in seconds, and C is a constant, currently 200. This means the value of each share is exponentially growing, so old share have significantly lower value compared to recent shares. So if you stop mining while others don't, your part of total pool score for that round will decrease exponentially. You can read the original post about this reward calculation method here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg50002#msg50002.

Additionally, based on measurement I have found that each hour, t is reset to zero and your score is divided by exp(3600/C). This is probably to prevent an arithmetic overflow (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arithmetic_overflow).

Hope this helps,
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Do not quite understand.
If a connected mining shares in the last block. Gain much for little work.
This can cause miners privileged information may be in a pool (pps-pplns) 90% time. The other 10% Score in Slush.
Gaining much more than being 100% (pps-pplns) or 100% score.
There should be a rule, if you're not connected 1 minute before finding the block. Your reward will be divided by 3. This would avoid jumping miners knowing that the pool found a block.

Sorry my english

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July 29, 2013, 01:25:00 PM
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Hello, I'm newbie here. I just tried this pool yesterday and already produced about 13-15 shares (I don't remember exactly) and then I turn off my miner and go to bed. This morning I saw my estimated reward become zero and nothing at my unconfirmed/confirmed, so what I've mined yesterday is totally useless?

Thanks.

This pool doesnt use Pay Per Share as a reward system, it uses a different system which is a bit difficult to explain as I dont completely understand it, but your reward will quickly drop to zero if you quit mining... This is to combat pool hopping. Leave your miner on through the end of round until a block is found, and you will be paid your reward for that block. Other pools have PPS as options, but the fee is always higher because of pool hoppers... Happy Mining!

I do not think it is very difficult. The value of each share you submit is calculated with the following formula:

scoreshare = exp(t/C)

where t is round duration in seconds, and C is a constant, currently 200. This means the value of each share is exponentially growing, so old share have significantly lower value compared to recent shares. So if you stop mining while others don't, your part of total pool score for that round will decrease exponentially. You can read the original post about this reward calculation method here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg50002#msg50002.

Additionally, based on measurement I have found that each hour, t is reset to zero and your score is divided by exp(3600/C). This is probably to prevent an arithmetic overflow (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arithmetic_overflow).

Hope this helps,
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Do not quite understand.
If a connected mining shares in the last block. Gain much for little work.
This can cause miners privileged information may be in a pool (pps-pplns) 90% time. The other 10% Score in Slush.
Gaining much more than being 100% (pps-pplns) or 100% score.
There should be a rule, if you're not connected 1 minute before finding the block. Your reward will be divided by 3. This would avoid jumping miners knowing that the pool found a block.

Sorry my english

I am not sure I correctly understand what you are writing. But if I do: there is no way to predict when exactly a given block will be found by the pool. Looking at the characteristics of the CDF (https://mining.bitcoin.cz/stats/graphs/) you should ask yourself, after how many minutes in the round exactly a 'strategic miner' should join to realize any advantage.

Before starting your own assessment on the topic, it is worth to read what others have already shared regarding this reward calculation method:
http://organofcorti.blogspot.com/2012/08/42-slushs-score-method-and-miner.html
http://organofcorti.blogspot.com/2012/09/43-slushs-score-method-and-miner.html

Hope this helps,
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July 30, 2013, 01:02:12 AM
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Hello,

I've been mining as part of the Slush pool for a few months now. I received some 0.05 BTC payouts as expected, but one (which should have occurred a few weeks ago) never arrived. My bitcoin wallet wasn't running when the payout should have happened, but my understanding was that that was OK and I'd get the BTC when my wallet came up.

Instead, it looks like the 0.05 BTC was silently deducted from my account (there is no record of it in my payout history), and it never appeared in my bitcoin wallet.

Anyone else experience this, or any tips to recover my BTC? I tried posting in the slush mining irc channel about this, and they told me to post on bitcointalk.

Can someone from Slush respond (preferably by personal message) so we can get this resolved?

Thanks,
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July 30, 2013, 03:45:56 AM
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Hello,

I've been mining as part of the Slush pool for a few months now. I received some 0.05 BTC payouts as expected, but one (which should have occurred a few weeks ago) never arrived. My bitcoin wallet wasn't running when the payout should have happened, but my understanding was that that was OK and I'd get the BTC when my wallet came up.

Instead, it looks like the 0.05 BTC was silently deducted from my account (there is no record of it in my payout history), and it never appeared in my bitcoin wallet.

Anyone else experience this, or any tips to recover my BTC? I tried posting in the slush mining irc channel about this, and they told me to post on bitcointalk.

Can someone from Slush respond (preferably by personal message) so we can get this resolved?

Thanks,
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Hi Adrian-X:

Thanks for the response.

My wallet synced over a week ago, but the payment never appeared there, nor in the mining.bitcoin.cz payout history, nor in blockchain.info at my address. Again, the payout should have occurred a few weeks ago.

If Slush could private message me to resolve this, that would be appreciated.
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July 30, 2013, 06:32:31 PM
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Finally got my 1st 2 USB erupters hashing on Slush's pool.

684MH/s w/ BFGminer, thanks to Romojonus .

Holy crap, mckennm @ 1.5TH/s?

BTCitcointalk 1%ers manipulate the currency and deceive its user community.
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July 31, 2013, 10:47:42 AM
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Rookie question:

I have 9 of the Block Erupter USB sticks hashing all on the same rig, which averages about 3 Gh/s.  Should I set the difficulty for the worker to 2, since the total hashing power is over 2 Gh/s, or should I keep it at one, since each stick only has 335 Mh/s of power?
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July 31, 2013, 10:49:04 AM
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a block without transactions Huh

http://blockchain.info/block/000000000000001278660e98f9d12f4acb735fd178c51bb00b193d4d6be8690b?site=slush
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July 31, 2013, 11:12:57 AM
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Rookie question:

I have 9 of the Block Erupter USB sticks hashing all on the same rig, which averages about 3 Gh/s.  Should I set the difficulty for the worker to 2, since the total hashing power is over 2 Gh/s, or should I keep it at one, since each stick only has 335 Mh/s of power?

Keep at 1, else endless discarded.
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July 31, 2013, 05:20:09 PM
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Mining works, website down
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July 31, 2013, 05:21:04 PM
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Mining works, website down
website is up again.
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July 31, 2013, 05:27:08 PM
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Can anyone shed some light on this block --->>>>>>19390 Huh
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July 31, 2013, 05:28:29 PM
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Can anyone shed some light on this block --->>>>>>19390 Huh

it will be fixed eventually.
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July 31, 2013, 05:36:18 PM
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I'm more interested in this block - http://blockchain.info/block/000000000000007d537f7461e6a4b25b5afd99bacdae1a5410fe9e1ccf220cd0?site=slush

11.6 BTC fee for one trans?

xjack - 1xjackDMgJCLn1LDtbgh51DYw6uRgeHVb
Reputation thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=482124.0
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July 31, 2013, 05:44:55 PM
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Can anyone shed some light on this block --->>>>>>19390 Huh

it will be fixed eventually.

Nothing to fix really, just that it was relayed < a minute, no transactions, 0 kb in size.
Does that normally happen or.......
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July 31, 2013, 07:05:14 PM
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Um, 310 transactions...

If I help you out: 17QatvSdciyv2zsdAbphDEUzST1S6x46c3
References (bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=): 50051.20  50051.100  53668.0  53788.0  53571.0  53571.0  52212.0  50729.0  114804.0  115468  78106  69061  58572  54747
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July 31, 2013, 07:10:12 PM
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Can anyone shed some light on this block --->>>>>>19390 Huh

it will be fixed eventually.

Nothing to fix really, just that it was relayed < a minute, no transactions, 0 kb in size.
Does that normally happen or.......

oh, i thought you were asking why it said "none" for a bit. as for not including any transactions, it can happen, but it doesn't usual happen on a pool.
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July 31, 2013, 09:08:53 PM
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I've seen that before. Usually it happens when the unlucky Bitcoin user enters their transaction amount in the txn/miner fee field of their wallet GUI by accident. Live and learn (and get burned)! ;-)
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July 31, 2013, 10:10:23 PM
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https://www.facebook.com/MiningBitcoinCz

Slush's pool
14 minutes ago near Prague, Hlavni Mesto Praha
Datacenter where pool webserver is located has planned maintenance of network infrastructure. Because of this, pool website may be unavailable in following hours. This doesn't affect mining itself, it will work without an interruption all the time!
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August 01, 2013, 01:12:28 AM
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Guys,

Can you brag about your hash rate on slush? XXXXMhash
And set up method (ie 27 usb blocks + 3 usb fans on Anker 10port hubs x3) for instance  Cool

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