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September 28, 2013, 09:37:38 PM
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Wouldn't it increase bitcoin's trade value with increased difficulty to mine?

The way the difficulty adjusts, it can't really effect the price in and of it self. Now people trying to sell the coin they earn will effect price, but downward.
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September 28, 2013, 09:46:26 PM
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Wouldn't it increase bitcoin's trade value with increased difficulty to mine?

-snip-  Now people trying to sell the coin they earn will effect price, but downward.

If all the miners would sell all their generated coins daily then it couldn't affect the price considering the volume traded.

Miners don't have an effect on price at this point.
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September 28, 2013, 10:28:08 PM
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xxxxxx                                  5:07:34+
20204   2013-09-28 14:59:00   2:29:29   167585958   103761   0.01674833   260589   25.36520000    60 confirmations left
20203   2013-09-28 12:29:31   6:12:36   420930780   239865   0.01634494   260573   25.05004290    44 confirmations left
20202   2013-09-28 06:16:55   15:59:47   1084831858   532510   0.01066657   260522   25.00830000    confirmed

I think we need more sacrifices. Bring out the virgins!

Where the hell do ya find a virgin in this day and age?

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September 28, 2013, 10:32:10 PM
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xxxxxx                                  5:07:34+
20204   2013-09-28 14:59:00   2:29:29   167585958   103761   0.01674833   260589   25.36520000    60 confirmations left
20203   2013-09-28 12:29:31   6:12:36   420930780   239865   0.01634494   260573   25.05004290    44 confirmations left
20202   2013-09-28 06:16:55   15:59:47   1084831858   532510   0.01066657   260522   25.00830000    confirmed

I think we need more sacrifices. Bring out the virgins!

Where the hell do ya find a virgin in this day and age?

None left in my village. Time to raid the neighboring village and check.

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September 28, 2013, 10:36:50 PM
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My neighbor's cat is a virgin.
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September 29, 2013, 12:06:39 AM
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System statistics

Current server time:    2013-09-29 00:01:37 UTC
Current round started at:   2013-09-28 21:24:57 UTC
Current round duration:   2:36:40
Current shares CDF:   68.21 %
Current Bitcoin block, difficulty:   260655, 148819199
Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   28%, 81%, 103%
Total score of current round:   7288027.3268
Shares contributed in current round:   170538682
Approx. cluster performance (30 min average):    77021.207 Ghash/s

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September 29, 2013, 12:08:20 AM
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GAaaaaH!
The more I look at the luck the worse it gets!

Today's luck is like mine at the Craps table.  Come on hard 8!!


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September 29, 2013, 12:33:24 AM
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My neighbor's cat is a virgin.

And you haven't sacrificed it yet?

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September 29, 2013, 03:24:35 AM
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So, if killing a virgin cat actually helped you get more bitcoins. How many bitcoins would make it worth it to kill a virgin cat?
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September 29, 2013, 06:21:09 AM
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Anyone else getting many unexpected queue result errors after approx 1/2 hour of mining?  It's been constant these past few days. Sad  Trying to determine if it's software or server issue.  Due to new version of pool being implemented?

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September 29, 2013, 09:06:59 AM
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Is the bitcoin boat sinking?

Looks like it, 15 hours for a block between yesterday and today... That is on Slush's Pool. If the difficulty goes to 200000000 (which is most likely) in 2 weeks time will it still be worth to mine on pools for small miners? Maybe we should all go solo? You won't get much out of pools neither solo but hey if you find a block when soloing it's all yours!  Grin Would be nice to hear what you guys think about it.

Also I was thinking of investing in a Cointerra 2TH box but by the time I get it (Jan or probably "2 weeks time" after that deadline) the difficulty will be so high that you'd need 20TH to mine anything.

And another query, if mining will become impossible/unprofitable for most people will Bitcoin lose its steam?

i think we have a front row seat on the fall and collapse of bitcoin, and never thought i would say that , time to cancel my ebay orders for asic miners !!!!!!!
People got greedy by making asic miners too fast , i don't think satochi thought this would happen , this wasn't in his maths
Prove me wrong someone !!

Your first problem is using eBay to buy a bitcoin miner. The second is I have no clue what you're arguing, that bitcoin is going to die due to asic, that asic is 'cheating', or that the growth curve right now looks any different from the one 3 years ago where using gpus was discovered

Ok so there's a lot wrong with your response and i have no time to point it out , also cant you see the difference between a statement or an argument , i cant respond to what you wrote as you made no sense. i dont mean to be offensive but your kinda short sighted, using the argument of old dose not apply here, was the same situation relevant back then as is now ? No would be the answer!  im sorry but alot of people on this forum dont know what there talking about they just post there un educated responses , im not interested in peoples opinion im looking for information,

my issue is that the times now are not the same as before , forget the jump from CPU to GPU forget the hassle with MtGox , there in the past. TODAY there are new challenges with the network . i don't see it being sustainable in the near future for individuals like us and so far no one has given me a response to prove otherwise!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Or are all these issues with slush pool!!!!!  


i didn't say anything about cheating, i didn't say i was arguing , i didn't say anything about ebay being the problem , you stated that not me ...........


In my opinion, we are quickly approaching the point where the upwards climb will appear to stabilizre a bit. a few more designs will come to the table, low-efficiency devices will stop being used (avalon, BFL), and we wont move past 28nm in the near future. Basically, I think that if you are using a calculator like the genesis block, the point where a 1w/GH miner starts 'losing money' is the point where we will stop the climb and become much more linear as systems turn off, switch to altcoins, etc

Thanks for that information i understand what your saying and you may have a valid point.
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September 29, 2013, 10:04:28 AM
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[Good vibes mode]

Look on the bright side, the pool is doing better and better today.

First a 16 hrs block
next a 6 hrs
now 2.5 hrs
next Huh

Do the math (maths?)

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This is known as "regression to the mean" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regression_toward_the_mean). The next value after an extreme value is likely to be closer to the mean value. Mean block time for Slush is (about) 2.5 hours.
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September 29, 2013, 02:37:09 PM
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How many BFL miners are here? anyone care to share their experiences running them?

I have some 5ghs miners but I am very disappointed with them. I almost have downtime every single day due to various errors. In contrast I haven't got downtime with any of my ASICMINER HW (USBs and blades) eventhough I run those for a lot longer than the bloody BFLs.

BFL customer service is pretty much useless and at this point it doesn't even worth to send them back.
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September 29, 2013, 03:00:15 PM
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How many BFL miners are here? anyone care to share their experiences running them?

I have some 5ghs miners but I am very disappointed with them. I almost have downtime every single day due to various errors. In contrast I haven't got downtime with any of my ASICMINER HW (USBs and blades) eventhough I run those for a lot longer than the bloody BFLs.

BFL customer service is pretty much useless and at this point it doesn't even worth to send them back.

Sorry to hear you are having problems with your BFL stuff. I am running two 5GH/s miners. One flashed to 8.1GH/s and the other putting out 7.3GH/s, also one Single running at an average of 59 GH/s. I have not had any problems with any of my BFL gear. I am not a fan of the company but I like the gear so far.

I also run 3 blades and some usb's from asic miner and a small kit from bitfury. All have been trouble free except the bitfury ate its rpi the other day. Running it on back up now.

What kind of errors are you getting from your 5GH/s miners?  Are you using Cgminer or BFGminer?

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September 29, 2013, 03:18:20 PM
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Sorry to hear you are having problems with your BFL stuff. I am running two 5GH/s miners. One flashed to 8.1GH/s and the other putting out 7.3GH/s, also one Single running at an average of 59 GH/s. I have not had any problems with any of my BFL gear. I am not a fan of the company but I like the gear so far.

I also run 3 blades and some usb's from asic miner and a small kit from bitfury. All have been trouble free except the bitfury ate its rpi the other day. Running it on back up now.

What kind of errors are you getting from your 5GH/s miners?  Are you using Cgminer or BFGminer?

Regards,

I'm running them on win7 /w bfgminer now. Basically they generate only rejects after a random number of shares submitted (usually after 150K, sometimes sooner), other times the software crashes or reports dead miners. Upon restart they work ok again. I have tried cgminer, but it was a lot worse than BFGminer (3.2.1 as of now), got ~30% reject with every version.

The temps are fine, they are usually at 38C, the max is 40C.

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Sorry to hear you are having problems with your BFL stuff. I am running two 5GH/s miners. One flashed to 8.1GH/s and the other putting out 7.3GH/s, also one Single running at an average of 59 GH/s. I have not had any problems with any of my BFL gear. I am not a fan of the company but I like the gear so far.

I also run 3 blades and some usb's from asic miner and a small kit from bitfury. All have been trouble free except the bitfury ate its rpi the other day. Running it on back up now.

What kind of errors are you getting from your 5GH/s miners?  Are you using Cgminer or BFGminer?

Regards,

I'm running them on win7 /w bfgminer now. Basically they generate only rejects after a random number of shares submitted (usually after 150K, sometimes sooner), other times the software crashes or reports dead miners. Upon restart they work ok again. I have tried cgminer, but it was a lot worse than BFGminer (3.2.1 as of now), got ~30% reject with every version.

The temps are fine, they are usually at 38C, the max is 40C.



I'm at a loss. I would have just suggested to switch software, you did that. My Jals have been up to 49c with no errors. This is a curious situation. Hopefully someone with more knowledge than me can help you.

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September 29, 2013, 03:31:37 PM
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I'm at a loss. I would have just suggested to switch software, you did that. My Jals have been up to 49c with no errors. This is a curious situation. Hopefully someone with more knowledge than me can help you.

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Thanks for trying to help. The funny thing is that BFL support is completely useless. they stopped responding after switching software didn't help much.

Is there a decent guide out there for reflashing them? I would give that a try, I might try to lower the performance a bit and see what effect does that have.
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I'm at a loss. I would have just suggested to switch software, you did that. My Jals have been up to 49c with no errors. This is a curious situation. Hopefully someone with more knowledge than me can help you.

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Thanks for trying to help. The funny thing is that BFL support is completely useless. they stopped responding after switching software didn't help much.

Is there a decent guide out there for reflashing them? I would give that a try, I might try to lower the performance a bit and see what effect does that have.
I used http://www.kano-kun.net/?p=70 guide to flash mine and cgminer to mine on it

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September 29, 2013, 03:42:53 PM
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How many BFL miners are here? anyone care to share their experiences running them?

I have some 5ghs miners but I am very disappointed with them. I almost have downtime every single day due to various errors. In contrast I haven't got downtime with any of my ASICMINER HW (USBs and blades) eventhough I run those for a lot longer than the bloody BFLs.

BFL customer service is pretty much useless and at this point it doesn't even worth to send them back.

Do they run ok on their own?

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I'm at a loss. I would have just suggested to switch software, you did that. My Jals have been up to 49c with no errors. This is a curious situation. Hopefully someone with more knowledge than me can help you.

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Thanks for trying to help. The funny thing is that BFL support is completely useless. they stopped responding after switching software didn't help much.

Is there a decent guide out there for reflashing them? I would give that a try, I might try to lower the performance a bit and see what effect does that have.
also have you tried swapping usb cables?
and are you plugging directly into mobo or powered hub?

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