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November 28, 2013, 02:07:30 AM
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Hope I get my .2 paid out shortly.

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November 28, 2013, 02:15:36 AM
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.01 payout was working forever up in-till yesterday. There was no notice of the change.
Nothing at all mentioned on the quick update section.
Pretty shady if you ask me. I already moved all my miners.

Ditto,
just plain wrong.  I moved mine too.

So... I have only used Slush - do you mind me asking where you moved to or who you might recommend?


Anyone?  Can you tell me what the advantages are pooling with Slush compared with someone like Bitminter?   These two seem to be the leaders.
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November 28, 2013, 02:49:33 AM
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.01 payout was working forever up in-till yesterday. There was no notice of the change.
Nothing at all mentioned on the quick update section.
Pretty shady if you ask me. I already moved all my miners.

Ditto,
just plain wrong.  I moved mine too.

So... I have only used Slush - do you mind me asking where you moved to or who you might recommend?


Anyone?  Can you tell me what the advantages are pooling with Slush compared with someone like Bitminter?   These two seem to be the leaders.

  some people old time of Slush that why and people are leaving the pool.
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November 28, 2013, 02:54:27 AM
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Anyone?  Can you tell me what the advantages are pooling with Slush compared with someone like Bitminter?   These two seem to be the leaders.

Not sure what you mean by leaders.  Neither of them are even in the Top 3 by hashrate/users.  They're both good pools, just really curious what you actually mean with "leaders".

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November 28, 2013, 03:17:14 AM
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guys, it of a newb here, apologies but I cant find an answer to this anyway

and this

http://puu.sh/5v0bJ.png

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November 28, 2013, 03:50:01 AM
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Anyone?  Can you tell me what the advantages are pooling with Slush compared with someone like Bitminter?   These two seem to be the leaders.

Not sure what you mean by leaders.  Neither of them are even in the Top 3 by hashrate/users.  They're both good pools, just really curious what you actually mean with "leaders".


I had a list bookmarked a while ago....
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November 28, 2013, 04:00:28 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.

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November 28, 2013, 04:32:02 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).

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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.

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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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