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November 28, 2013, 04:49:45 AM
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Only thing bad for me about Slush's pool is the payouts... sigh...

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November 28, 2013, 04:58:49 AM
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I have only tried two pools. Slush's and BTCGuild. I only tried BTCGuild for about 24 hours and while they both have different "earning" systems, I make much more at slush's pool even though blocks are found much, much less often.  I am a noob so don't quote me on anything, it is just my personal experience. I think the massive amount of hashing power left me in the back at BTC Guild. I am sure someone on here could give a much better referral to either pool.

Edit to add: The interface over at BTC Guild is pretty damn nice.

For the last month BTC Guild has paid out *significantly* more than Slush (~6% better luck, not counting bonus NMC income).  24-hours is not even remotely long enough to compare earnings between pools due to variance.  BTC Guild by default will beat slush on even luck (NMC + paid orphans is worth more than a 1% fee difference).

Does it take more than 10 shifts to get your max earnings? I was at first concerned. I only earned only a fraction during my trial run is why I ask. Also, if you don't mind me asking, don't you have right at 50% of the total mining power atm? Or is that just some smoke post that I read, I know everything you read isn't fact. Like I said I am still new, but shouldn't hashpower be somewhat evenly divided? I haven't really read in to it to much. What do you think a fair run trying your pool out would be? My hardware is only getting older by the second so I wasn't to keen on a whole lot of trial and error. That's why I stated how much time I did put in, just what I had experienced. I know I am kind of running off on to something else, sorry about that.


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November 28, 2013, 05:04:16 AM
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I have only tried two pools. Slush's and BTCGuild. I only tried BTCGuild for about 24 hours and while they both have different "earning" systems, I make much more at slush's pool even though blocks are found much, much less often.  I am a noob so don't quote me on anything, it is just my personal experience. I think the massive amount of hashing power left me in the back at BTC Guild. I am sure someone on here could give a much better referral to either pool.

Edit to add: The interface over at BTC Guild is pretty damn nice.

For the last month BTC Guild has paid out *significantly* more than Slush (~6% better luck, not counting bonus NMC income).  24-hours is not even remotely long enough to compare earnings between pools due to variance.  BTC Guild by default will beat slush on even luck (NMC + paid orphans is worth more than a 1% fee difference).

Does it take more than 10 shifts to get your max earnings? I was at first concerned. I only earned only a fraction during my trial run is why I ask. Also, if you don't mind me asking, don't you have right at 50% of the total mining power atm? Or is that just some smoke post that I read, I know everything you read isn't fact. Like I said I am still new, but shouldn't hashpower be somewhat evenly divided? I haven't really read in to it to much. What do you think a fair run trying your pool out would be? My hardware is only getting older by the second so I wasn't to keen on a whole lot of trial and error. That's why I stated how much time I did put in, just what I had experienced. I know I am kind of running off on to something else, sorry about that.



Responding in PM just to get it out of slush's thread.

EDIT:  Will answer the first one publicly.  BTC Guild has -never- had 50% of the HASHRATE.  When it was at ~42% at it's peak (April 2013), it would have lucky days where it solved over 50% of blocks.  That is not the same as 51% *hash rate* which is the point where you're guaranteed to be able to control the blockchain if you wish to do evil.

However, BTC Guild is currently only 25-28% of the network hash rate.

R.I.P. BTC Guild, 2011 - 2015.
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November 28, 2013, 05:08:03 AM
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Fair enough.

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November 28, 2013, 08:03:30 AM
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Please pay me Slush. I'm well over my threshold now.

Thanks,

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November 28, 2013, 08:09:58 AM
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Please pay me Slush. I'm well over my threshold now.

Thanks,

They seem to be working now, my payment got sent about 6 hours ago but maybe theres a slight bag log if its not showing up yet.
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November 28, 2013, 08:23:19 AM
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Please pay me Slush. I'm well over my threshold now.

Thanks,

They seem to be working now, my payment got sent about 6 hours ago but maybe theres a slight bag log if its not showing up yet.

Doesn't appear to have left the pool yet and no email, so I guess I'll keep on waiting.

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November 28, 2013, 09:07:29 AM
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FFS, calm down. Your coin isn't lost. Once it hits your wallet what are you going to do with it?

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November 28, 2013, 09:58:16 AM
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FFS, calm down. Your coin isn't lost. Once it hits your wallet what are you going to do with it?

Sell it for a grand? Why, you think it'll go higher? 2 grand, three? Cheesy

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November 28, 2013, 10:19:44 AM
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FFS, calm down. Your coin isn't lost. Once it hits your wallet what are you going to do with it?

Sell it for a grand? Why, you think it'll go higher? 2 grand, three? Cheesy

Honestly I don't think it is going anywhere if people are looking for a cash cow. Instead of thinking about USD, demand it for a currency locally. BTC is a market. In the end if no one accepts it as a currency it is worthless. Where can you spend that coin in your area?

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November 28, 2013, 10:43:12 AM
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Hi, any one received any payment on the last 24h? I'm over 300% my threshold... and nothing.
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November 28, 2013, 11:04:45 AM
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Hi, any one received any payment on the last 24h? I'm over 300% my threshold... and nothing.

Others have, I haven't. I guess we just have to wait it out?

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November 28, 2013, 01:12:54 PM
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Hi, any one received any payment on the last 24h? I'm over 300% my threshold... and nothing.
My threshold is set to 0.1 and I received a payment this morning at 01h47 GMT - a few hours and two or three extra rounds Grin after the threshold was crossed.

I wonder - is your threshold still set below what appears to be the new minimum of 0.05?  If so, perhaps it is being treated as zero and ignored.

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November 28, 2013, 02:42:55 PM
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OOOOOOOPPPPSSSSSS

Sorry, totally wrong and maybe it helps to other people. I was looking to TOTAL REWARD, instead of CONFIRMED REWARDS.

Total Rewards are overpassing but the confirmed are still under.
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November 28, 2013, 02:52:56 PM
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Total Rewards are overpassing but the confirmed are still under.
Yup, that would do it.

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November 28, 2013, 04:58:49 PM
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Can someone explain this to me. This is copy pasted from https://mining.bitcoin.cz/stats/.

20957   2013-11-26 15:52:43   0:02:35   12301112   1191   0.00238445   271627   25.10929891    confirmed
20956   2013-11-26 15:50:08   2:06:37   621115370   48184   0.00216099   271626   25.31762960    confirmed
20955   2013-11-26 13:43:31   4:16:28   1269260019   37362   0.00000000   271612   25.06672930    confirmed
20954   2013-11-26 09:27:03   6:10:40   1798179211   177845   0.00265711   271587   25.35120125    confirmed

In line 20955, block number 271612 I have a zero payout, but I also obviously mined the block before for over 6 hours, that one for over 4 hours, and the one thereafter for 2 hours.

Why is this block paid at zero? I emailed info@bitcoin.cz already 2 days ago. Ive had no response.

This concerns me because I'm  providing shares to the pool and someone somehow is getting a payout for this block, I checked it on block chain, it was certainly mined by slushes pool.

What am I missing here?
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November 28, 2013, 05:39:38 PM
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Can someone explain this to me. This is copy pasted from https://mining.bitcoin.cz/stats/.

20957   2013-11-26 15:52:43   0:02:35   12301112   1191   0.00238445   271627   25.10929891    confirmed
20956   2013-11-26 15:50:08   2:06:37   621115370   48184   0.00216099   271626   25.31762960    confirmed
20955   2013-11-26 13:43:31   4:16:28   1269260019   37362   0.00000000   271612   25.06672930    confirmed
20954   2013-11-26 09:27:03   6:10:40   1798179211   177845   0.00265711   271587   25.35120125    confirmed

In line 20955, block number 271612 I have a zero payout, but I also obviously mined the block before for over 6 hours, that one for over 4 hours, and the one thereafter for 2 hours.

Why is this block paid at zero? I emailed info@bitcoin.cz already 2 days ago. Ive had no response.

This concerns me because I'm  providing shares to the pool and someone somehow is getting a payout for this block, I checked it on block chain, it was certainly mined by slushes pool.

What am I missing here?

As it is possible to see by amount of your shares in that round, which is lower as your total for 2 hour round, your miner was not submitting, and as the reward is zero, and by the amount of submitted shares, I will say that it was not working on that round from the 1 and half hour after the start to the finish. It was explained in this forum to people x times before.

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November 28, 2013, 09:41:23 PM
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im waiting on a payout as well, never had this problem before
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November 29, 2013, 12:48:19 PM
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same here, threshold crossed some hours ago, but the payout is still not happening.... Cry
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November 29, 2013, 05:00:11 PM
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Hello i have a problem to sing in slush pool in my account and in stadistics i cant enter to those pages, the browser goes stuck.
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