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November 06, 2013, 06:10:13 PM
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I smell a 13 hour + round blurgh
I didn't want to say it but whenever round goes over 4 hours I start getting nervous.

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November 06, 2013, 06:14:11 PM
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Time to go solo mining i guess with altcoins

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November 06, 2013, 06:33:25 PM
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What happened with slush's NMC mining?

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November 06, 2013, 06:35:13 PM
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That is already dead for several months.

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November 06, 2013, 08:08:13 PM
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I smell a 13 hour + round blurgh

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November 06, 2013, 08:31:02 PM
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I am now more perplexed as to what is the issue with my blades.
I now have 2 blades, both are using power supplies with well more than the 8.3amps on 12v that is needed triple the amount needed in fact.
I pointed 1 to a bfg proxy and 1 to slush's mining proxy program but neither will exceed 7.2gh/s.
If it were network traffic issues adding the 2nd blade in "theory" should have dropped both?!
They are in the same network.
They both insist on changing proxy servers about every 40 requests.
You can not put a blank or the same ip for both servers or they will stop requesting work after 40 until they are rebooted.
I put a bfg proxy on a server and pointed them to 2 ip's on the server which works. but they do not exceed 7.2gh/s
I setup another server and pointed the other blade at it. still will not exceed 7.2gh/s. I changed one to the slushs miner and the other to bfg, still wont exceed 7.2gh/s
Neither are running hot, they have more than enough cooling on them.
in BFGMiner the first column says 10ish/7.2/7.0gh/s
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November 06, 2013, 10:12:00 PM
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What happened with slush's NMC mining?
That is already dead for several months.

Why? NMC is a by-product from mining BTC is it not? Does he pocket the NMC himself? "Back in the day" I earned a lot of those.. So now Slush earns them all? If that's the story then... Wow.


And another thing about people who say their 60Gh/s mining rig is now worthless. Why is this so, please explain. Maybe you earn less BTC at this speed, but the value of BTC goes up against other currencies so what's the problem? You mine less BTC but the ones you do mine are worth more...

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November 06, 2013, 10:57:21 PM
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And another thing about people who say their 60Gh/s mining rig is now worthless. Why is this so, please explain. Maybe you earn less BTC at this speed, but the value of BTC goes up against other currencies so what's the problem? You mine less BTC but the ones you do mine are worth more...

In terms of Fiat, yes. This is about having less BTC.
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November 06, 2013, 11:26:30 PM
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And another thing about people who say their 60Gh/s mining rig is now worthless. Why is this so, please explain. Maybe you earn less BTC at this speed, but the value of BTC goes up against other currencies so what's the problem? You mine less BTC but the ones you do mine are worth more...

In terms of Fiat, yes. This is about having less BTC.

So why don't we, in some kind of massive effort, decide to shift the comma one to the right? Say you have one bitcoin. 1.000000 BTC. Simply shifting the comma to the right and BOOM 10.00000 BTC Tongue

And people can feel happy because this will cause 1 bitcoin to suddenly cost 20 instead of 200 bucks.

And instead of 37 million BTC in circulation you have 370 million BTC.

Why not? Smiley

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November 07, 2013, 01:52:07 AM
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isbe you have been on this forum almost a year and you seem pretty clueless about Bitcoin, how does that work? where do you get 37 million Bitcoin from? there will only ever be 21 million and that is a long time from now.

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November 07, 2013, 02:39:51 AM
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What happened with slush's NMC mining?
That is already dead for several months.

Why? NMC is a by-product from mining BTC is it not? Does he pocket the NMC himself? "Back in the day" I earned a lot of those.. So now Slush earns them all? If that's the story then... Wow.


And another thing about people who say their 60Gh/s mining rig is now worthless. Why is this so, please explain. Maybe you earn less BTC at this speed, but the value of BTC goes up against other currencies so what's the problem? You mine less BTC but the ones you do mine are worth more...

As stated before merged mining went out the door a few months ago.  NMC mining isn't compatible with slush's stratum.  Was only used with getwork which all support on this pool has ended.  If you want merged nmc go to another pool (bitminter for example)

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November 07, 2013, 05:53:37 AM
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9+ hours now, on top of a 7 hour round. Don't know if slush is doing badly or if this is everywhere else with the diff change?

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November 07, 2013, 07:38:41 AM
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9+ hours now, on top of a 7 hour round. Don't know if slush is doing badly or if this is everywhere else with the diff change?

Date: 6.11.2013: Reward 200.84336771 BTC
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November 07, 2013, 08:31:03 AM
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9+ hours now, on top of a 7 hour round. Don't know if slush is doing badly or if this is everywhere else with the diff change?

well this all came to pass after their downtime upgrade of what was it a week or so ago.....not sure it that applies to all this math wise?

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November 07, 2013, 11:01:43 AM
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isbe you have been on this forum almost a year and you seem pretty clueless about Bitcoin, how does that work? where do you get 37 million Bitcoin from? there will only ever be 21 million and that is a long time from now.

"Seem" being the operative word here. You're running on assumptions. I only got the number wrong. Chill.

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November 07, 2013, 12:18:23 PM
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Again there is an issue with reward payouts.... not happening.... (confirmed, above the threshold, should have been paid once every whole hour)
Slush, please send those coins....
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November 07, 2013, 01:12:45 PM
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Again there is an issue with reward payouts.... not happening.... (confirmed, above the threshold, should have been paid once every whole hour)
Slush, please send those coins....

don't worry you'll get it. Slush has never missed a payment
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November 07, 2013, 07:39:38 PM
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What's the story with Slush today.  My miners are showing up missing hash, particularly my Mercury is missing 30GH/s.  It hadn't been shut down but worried about the missing 30GH/s I shut it down and applied an earlier firmware that has always had good success.  CGminer hadn't indicated the Mercury was missing 30GH/s.  So, it's back up a half hour now with the earlier firmware and still Slush is reading 106745.175 while CGminer is showing: KnC 0:                | 181.6G/139.7Gh/s | A:57924 R:1580 HW:2321 WU:2073.6/m and the Mercury web page is showing MHS av=139781.74.

That's a lot of gigahash to have been missing all morning.

I've been pretty damn loyal to Slush since I started mining and I gotta say, what looks like missing hash seems to happen a LOT.  I realize there's some averaging that makes it slow to register but still.


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November 07, 2013, 08:31:57 PM
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are people pointing their blades to separate workers or all pooled to one worker?
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November 08, 2013, 12:08:14 AM
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I can't connect a new miner to a running worker or connect a new miner to a new worker. I get changing difficulty, connecting but never connect or don't get any shares.

The same thing happened a couple weeks ago after the upgrade, miners got disconnected and I couldn't reconnect them, so they moved out. I want to move back, but it may be to soon.

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