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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4342137 times)
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November 22, 2013, 08:51:49 AM
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Anyone been paid out today?

I'm also not being paid, despite being almost 2 times my threshold.... Cry

Edit:  finally came through.... Thanks Sulsh Smiley
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November 22, 2013, 08:54:06 AM
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No problem here with this one.  Maybe your miner(s) went for a rest a short time before the end of this block, in that case Slush's 'anti hopping' mechanism reduces your reward... It can also work in your favor if you join a block some time before it finishes, and you get 'the full reward' despite not spending the full duration there...
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20910    2013-11-22 01:58:43    11:11:58    2147483647    198336    0.00155814
You should have received something like 0.000103 if you were mining 'constantly' through this block.

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Hm.  There was a storm going on not too long ago, so there could have been a power surge or something that messed with my miners.  Just unlucky, I suppose.
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November 22, 2013, 08:55:49 AM
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No problem here with this one.  Maybe your miner(s) went for a rest a short time before the end of this block, in that case Slush's 'anti hopping' mechanism reduces your reward... It can also work in your favor if you join a block some time before it finishes, and you get 'the full reward' despite not spending the full duration there...
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20910    2013-11-22 01:58:43    11:11:58    2147483647    198336    0.00155814
You should have received something like 0.000103 if you were mining 'constantly' through this block.

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Hm.  There was a storm going on not too long ago, so there could have been a power surge or something that messed with my miners.  Just unlucky, I suppose.
yes, that would be a logical explanation... get a UPS perhaps....
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November 22, 2013, 08:57:24 AM
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Anyone been paid out today?

I'm also not being paid, despite being almost 2 times my threshold.... Cry


same here it seems there's some kind of delay in payment process.

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November 22, 2013, 09:02:07 AM
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Anyone been paid out today?

I'm also not being paid, despite being almost 2 times my threshold.... Cry


same here it seems there's some kind of delay in payment process.

Really annoying, but I like the pool otherwise...

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November 22, 2013, 09:04:21 AM
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Anyone have experience with Bitminter? Considering changing pools?

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November 22, 2013, 09:07:02 AM
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Anyone been paid out today?

I'm also not being paid, despite being almost 2 times my threshold.... Cry


same here it seems there's some kind of delay in payment process.

Really annoying, but I like the pool otherwise...

It's the first glitch I'm experiencing in almost 2 months of mining @slush, but quite annoying thou.

Anyway it's quite a pity to see Slush running in some sort of "maintenance" mode, a part from the two-factor auth (that didn't work for me) I haven't see any kind of improvements lately.

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November 22, 2013, 09:11:15 AM
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Should I stay or should I go hmmm... I'm getting a decent reward here I think. .1 to .2 per 24 hours on a 100-130 ghs machine, is that decent? That all considering we don't get too many 11 hour rounds!

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November 22, 2013, 09:17:25 AM
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Should I stay or should I go hmmm... I'm getting a decent reward here I think. .1 to .2 per 24 hours on a 100-130 ghs machine, is that decent? That all considering we don't get too many 11 hour rounds!

It's a metter of pool's luck. To evaluate it properly you need enough data points, that means time. For how long are you mining here?

To check if it fits just use a profit calculator and compute the theoretical revenue you should have and compare to what you've earned for real.

Obviously the higher the pool's hashrate the lower the variance, the lower the variance the more your theoretical profit should match your real one.

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November 22, 2013, 09:21:06 AM
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Should I stay or should I go hmmm... I'm getting a decent reward here I think. .1 to .2 per 24 hours on a 100-130 ghs machine, is that decent? That all considering we don't get too many 11 hour rounds!

It's a metter of pool's luck. To evaluate it properly you need enough data points, that means time. For how long are you mining here?

To check if it fits just use a profit calculator and compute the theoretical revenue you should have and compare to what you've earned for real.

Obviously the higher the pool's hashrate the lower the variance, the lower the variance the more your theoretical profit should match your real one.

I've been actively mining here at this rate for about a month. I don't want to change pools, I'd just like to be paid out daily.

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November 22, 2013, 09:27:33 AM
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Should I stay or should I go hmmm... I'm getting a decent reward here I think. .1 to .2 per 24 hours on a 100-130 ghs machine, is that decent? That all considering we don't get too many 11 hour rounds!

It's a metter of pool's luck. To evaluate it properly you need enough data points, that means time. For how long are you mining here?

To check if it fits just use a profit calculator and compute the theoretical revenue you should have and compare to what you've earned for real.

Obviously the higher the pool's hashrate the lower the variance, the lower the variance the more your theoretical profit should match your real one.

I've been actively mining here at this rate for about a month. I don't want to change pools, I'd just like to be paid out daily.

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My payout happened, after complaining about it a few posts ago.... I've been tracking the individual block rewards to payouts, and to Slush's credit it is 100% accurate.... I have the confidence that despite the annoying delays, the payout always happens eventually....

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November 22, 2013, 09:30:30 AM
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Should I stay or should I go hmmm... I'm getting a decent reward here I think. .1 to .2 per 24 hours on a 100-130 ghs machine, is that decent? That all considering we don't get too many 11 hour rounds!

It's a metter of pool's luck. To evaluate it properly you need enough data points, that means time. For how long are you mining here?

To check if it fits just use a profit calculator and compute the theoretical revenue you should have and compare to what you've earned for real.

Obviously the higher the pool's hashrate the lower the variance, the lower the variance the more your theoretical profit should match your real one.

I've been actively mining here at this rate for about a month. I don't want to change pools, I'd just like to be paid out daily.

* sigh *
My payout happened, after complaining about it a few posts ago.... I've been tracking the individual block rewards to payouts, and to Slush's credit it is 100% accurate.... I have the confidence that despite the annoying delays, the payout always happens eventually....

Cheers

When were you paid out? Can you guide me a little more on tracking when my payout should happen?

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November 22, 2013, 09:32:29 AM
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I'm going to be rather annoyed if payout doesn't happen before BTC drops below $700 on my exchange again, if it does. Great if it doesn't, but just whinging, it's been a day or two...

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November 22, 2013, 09:36:39 AM
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My payout happened, after complaining about it a few posts ago.... I've been tracking the individual block rewards to payouts, and to Slush's credit it is 100% accurate.... I have the confidence that despite the annoying delays, the payout always happens eventually....


just receive my due payout too  Tongue

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November 22, 2013, 09:42:24 AM
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May I ask what you guys have your thresholds set to and what your reward balances were?

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November 22, 2013, 10:08:40 AM
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And... I was just paid out too, few Smiley However, nothing has hit my wallet confirmed or unconfirmed. Odd, usually hits my wallet either way. Anyone have any info on this?

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November 22, 2013, 10:13:33 AM
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i think that the treshold must be lowered to payout that wil encourage people to do mining instead of wating until 0.01000000 BTC
so set treshold at 0.00005000 BTC would be better
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November 22, 2013, 10:24:13 AM
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I had 0.1, changed it to 0.05. I'll see what difference that makes.

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November 22, 2013, 11:08:45 AM
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Should I stay or should I go hmmm... I'm getting a decent reward here I think. .1 to .2 per 24 hours on a 100-130 ghs machine, is that decent? That all considering we don't get too many 11 hour rounds!

It's a metter of pool's luck. To evaluate it properly you need enough data points, that means time. For how long are you mining here?

To check if it fits just use a profit calculator and compute the theoretical revenue you should have and compare to what you've earned for real.

Obviously the higher the pool's hashrate the lower the variance, the lower the variance the more your theoretical profit should match your real one.

I've been actively mining here at this rate for about a month. I don't want to change pools, I'd just like to be paid out daily.

* sigh *
My payout happened, after complaining about it a few posts ago.... I've been tracking the individual block rewards to payouts, and to Slush's credit it is 100% accurate.... I have the confidence that despite the annoying delays, the payout always happens eventually....

Cheers

When were you paid out? Can you guide me a little more on tracking when my payout should happen?
You can collect your stats from the Slush stats page into a spreadsheet, also your payout history and a scv output of your transactions from your wallet, do some basic calculations on these (like aligning the UTC time on Slush payouts to whatever time your wallet uses such as your local time).  Then you can see how each group of confirmed block rewards adds up until your payout threshold is crossed and compare this to actual payouts.  If you can 'drive' a spreadsheet, it should be easy.  The only 'down side' is that you need to do this every day or so, as the stats 'vanish' after a while, and no long term history is available on the web.

In my case the payout threshold is set at the min (0.01) and it usually happens close to the whole hour after the threshold is crossed, then it takes a few minutes until it appears in the wallet.

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November 22, 2013, 11:09:36 AM
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well this is the minium treshold 0.01   ( 0.01000000 BTC )
and to encourage people is should be    0.00005000 BTC ->  Wink that would let me go on mining !

becouse its so muts more fun to get reciving some coins regulare  Smiley

and specialy for beginners  Cheesy like me
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