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September 26, 2013, 08:45:49 PM
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I'll say it again. The future ain't what it used to be, and we're living in it. Fifteen hour block. Sheesh. Who was getting all the blocks, while we weren't? Who are the big players now? Can we stick names to those addresses that are sucking all the coins up? I guess Bitcoin CZ is no longer a "big player", not with just a measley 80,000 gigahashes. Man, I gotta get a new hobby. And Stockpair is looking better and better every day.

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September 26, 2013, 09:22:07 PM
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I'll say it again. The future ain't what it used to be, and we're living in it. Fifteen hour block. Sheesh. Who was getting all the blocks, while we weren't? Who are the big players now? Can we stick names to those addresses that are sucking all the coins up? I guess Bitcoin CZ is no longer a "big player", not with just a measley 80,000 gigahashes. Man, I gotta get a new hobby. And Stockpair is looking better and better every day.

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September 26, 2013, 10:17:48 PM
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You would love to see constans 150+% luck wouldn't you Cheesy

Damn right I would Cheesy

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September 26, 2013, 10:19:29 PM
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We are only about 6.5 % of the pie. we're a little guy now.  Undecided

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September 26, 2013, 10:33:28 PM
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hmm wierd reward on that one. No down time at all in the last 2 weeks.


20190   2013-09-26 22:10:17   5:08:13   342910751   84110   0.00108327   260287   25.20839017    97 confirmations left
20189   2013-09-26 17:02:04   2:41:23   178421111   44038   0.00674094   260261   25.13050650    71 confirmations left
20188   2013-09-26 14:20:41   1:11:47   79825876   19586   0.00662401   260241   25.09860212    51 confirmations left
20187   2013-09-26 13:08:54   3:10:54   213637486   51576   0.00617680   260236   25.27385642    46 confirmations left
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September 26, 2013, 11:11:55 PM
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ok ok dont laugh at my hash rate my 30Ghasher Hasn't arrived yet ,but yeah that top one went wiered for me as well


20190    2013-09-26 22:10:17    5:08:13    342910751    3616    0.00026051    260287    25.20839017    96 confirmations left
20189    2013-09-26 17:02:04    2:41:23    178421111    1888    0.00029479    260261    25.13050650    70 confirmations left
20188    2013-09-26 14:20:41    1:11:47    79825876    813    0.00027722    260241    25.09860212    50 confirmations left
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September 26, 2013, 11:34:03 PM
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I'll say it again. The future ain't what it used to be, and we're living in it. Fifteen hour block. Sheesh. Who was getting all the blocks, while we weren't? Who are the big players now? Can we stick names to those addresses that are sucking all the coins up? I guess Bitcoin CZ is no longer a "big player", not with just a measley 80,000 gigahashes. Man, I gotta get a new hobby. And Stockpair is looking better and better every day.

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September 26, 2013, 11:49:44 PM
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Thanks Graet - that's a worthwhile link to have.

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September 26, 2013, 11:56:27 PM
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Thanks Graet - that's a worthwhile link to have.
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I am spreading it around as much as possible, the alternative (blockchain.info) is so very inaccurate and they don't seem to care to fix it :/

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September 27, 2013, 12:00:22 AM
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Now, technically, we should all still get what our hash dictates, right? Not what this implies? Although now they I think of it that might be the same thing. Is it?
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September 27, 2013, 01:41:03 AM
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Thank you, Graet... that is kind of fascinating... how come I am not using BTC Guild again? What would be the advantage, other than the fact they seem to be finding the majority of blocks...?

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September 27, 2013, 09:41:03 AM
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this maybe of interest ,

Im still getting the same rewards and same frequency of rewards using the same hash rate i was running 3 weeks ago even though ive seen the pool hash rate basicaly double !!!
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September 27, 2013, 09:48:50 AM
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I've been flip-flopping between EMC, BTCGuild, p2pool, and slush's.  My payouts have been basically the same across all the pools, though the speed of payments differs.  With a slow pool like p2pool, I was getting the same payout, but it may take a few days before the payments arrived.  BTCGuild, with it's fast blocks, means no waiting for payments.  EMC is fine, no problems with it to report.

I'm currently mining with Slush, out of loyalty - I started out mining there back at the start of the year with a lowly HD5870.  I was getting more BTC back then with that single 5870 than I am now with 2x ASICMiner Blades, 11 ASICMiner Erupters.  Of course it's an addiction, so I've two BitFury USBs on order, waiting on a Jalapeno since July, and am bidding on another Jalapeno April pre-order.  I know they won't make back their value now, but I'm stock piling BTC for when they shoot up to $275 again....  Undecided
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September 27, 2013, 09:56:47 AM
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I've been flip-flopping between EMC, BTCGuild, p2pool, and slush's.  My payouts have been basically the same across all the pools, though the speed of payments differs.  With a slow pool like p2pool, I was getting the same payout, but it may take a few days before the payments arrived.  BTCGuild, with it's fast blocks, means no waiting for payments.  EMC is fine, no problems with it to report.

I'm currently mining with Slush, out of loyalty - I started out mining there back at the start of the year with a lowly HD5870.  I was getting more BTC back then with that single 5870 than I am now with 2x ASICMiner Blades, 11 ASICMiner Erupters.  Of course it's an addiction, so I've two BitFury USBs on order, waiting on a Jalapeno since July, and am bidding on another Jalapeno April pre-order.  I know they won't make back their value now, but I'm stock piling BTC for when they shoot up to $275 again....  Undecided

i hear ya , thats a lot of hashing power you got , i dont think people realise that once bit coin goes mainstream you will be looking at a single bit coin being worth around £1000 each
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September 27, 2013, 10:40:46 AM
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Yeah, I have around 30GH at the moment, with another 19GH on it's way/ordered.  It'll keep the house warm over winter if nothing else. Smiley
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September 27, 2013, 10:50:43 AM
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Yeah, I have around 30GH at the moment, with another 19GH on it's way/ordered.  It'll keep the house warm over winter if nothing else. Smiley

I'm in the UK and my places gets proper cold so im justifying it in the same way, if i have to run a heater at least it can pay for its self lol i feel ive joined bit coin at a turning point with so many people on the fence now . i think you have to start with min 30Ghash to really see anything happen . with 600Ghash from BFL its going to be interesting to see what happens , whats your thoughts ?
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September 27, 2013, 12:10:25 PM
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Yeah, I have around 30GH at the moment, with another 19GH on it's way/ordered.  It'll keep the house warm over winter if nothing else. Smiley

That's about all they're good for ATM. Your place is warm even when you're not there as opposed to coming home to turn on the heater then wait.
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September 27, 2013, 05:12:07 PM
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Dang it! Our luck is up again, somebody do something about that! Cool

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September 27, 2013, 05:26:39 PM
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this maybe of interest ,

Im still getting the same rewards and same frequency of rewards using the same hash rate i was running 3 weeks ago even though ive seen the pool hash rate basicaly double !!!
no sure how that can be?

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September 27, 2013, 05:57:52 PM
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I just hope the the new and improved Slush 2.0 solves this long-assed block soon and moves on Smiley

Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days): 135%, 98%, 106%

Pool luck looks normal so maybe its just the new mining world with these high difficulties and so many different pools and large solo miners. You can only cut the pie so many times until all the pieces look to small.


I'm pretty sure that luck reflects the results of the previous block found, not the current block. when this one resolves, it will drag luck down.

That is correct. A round does not factor into luck calculations until after a block is found, and when the current round is over the daily luck is going to drop well under 100%.
Ok I have a question, since posting the pool's luck and the block is still ongoing why is the 1 day pool luck going up when nothing has been found for us? It seems as this block (over 14 hours now) continues that the 1 day luck would adjust down not up, as we see in the 7 and 30day? No big deal just more curious than anything else.

 Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days): 179%, 96%, 105%

The current block will be taken into account when it finishes, it doesn't influence the calculated luck until then. Currently, some older long rounds may be dropping out of the 24 hour window, thus making our 1-day luck look better. Smiley
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