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Author Topic: [40+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 3931562 times)
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December 10, 2013, 08:49:08 PM
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New diff 908M more than an hour ago.
28.4 % increase.
(Pool hasn't found a block since yet.)


Viability of mining might be shorter lived than anticipated!

Wait until the diff is 300 trillion and the next block reduction hits...

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December 10, 2013, 08:50:42 PM
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14 Blocks found until now. Not bad for 908M
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December 10, 2013, 09:07:21 PM
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Any changes to the minimum payout?

I have 0.006 stuck after I switched to bitminter.

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December 10, 2013, 10:59:12 PM
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Any changes to the minimum payout?

I have 0.006 stuck after I switched to bitminter.
try http://support.bitcoin.cz/Knowledgebase/List

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December 11, 2013, 12:00:59 AM
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Any changes to the minimum payout?

I have 0.006 stuck after I switched to bitminter.

Minimum payout is now at .05.  Some places in the knowledge base refer to it being .01, but that was changed a long time ago I believe.

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December 11, 2013, 12:42:52 AM
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can someone tell me how many btc make a day in slush pool?
and how many MH/GH you use?

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December 11, 2013, 01:06:51 AM
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can someone tell me how many btc make a day in slush pool?
and how many MH/GH you use?

Thanks

It's based on luck, but Slush's pool averages around 12 blocks per day so here's the math:

Your Hash Rate/Pool's Hash Rate * blocks per day * 25 which is current payout per block *.98 after Slush takes 2%.  There will be some variation since the payout per block doesn't include transaction fees.

So if you were hashing at 100Gh/s you could expect 0.062 Bitcoin per day based upon the hash rate at the current time I checked.

100/474653.331 * 12 * 25 * .98 = .062

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December 11, 2013, 01:19:51 AM
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can someone tell me how many btc make a day in slush pool?
and how many MH/GH you use?

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It's based on luck, but Slush's pool averages around 12 blocks per day so here's the math:

Your Hash Rate/Pool's Hash Rate * blocks per day * 25 which is current payout per block *.98 after Slush takes 2%.  There will be some variation since the payout per block doesn't include transaction fees.

So if you were hashing at 100Gh/s you could expect 0.062 Bitcoin per day based upon the hash rate at the current time I checked.

100/474653.331 * 12 * 25 * .98 = .062

Thanks mate.
Would you say it makes more sense to go with BTC Guild?


Also my Estimated reward at slush pool are changing all the time.
Sometimes I will get 0.000231 BTC, sometimes i will get 0.000192. is that normal?
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December 11, 2013, 01:30:27 AM
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Thanks mate.
Would you say it makes more sense to go with BTC Guild?


Also my Estimated reward at slush pool are changing all the time.
Sometimes I will get 0.000231 BTC, sometimes i will get 0.000192. is that normal?

It's normal since Slush uses a method where the latest shares submitted are more valuable than earlier shares.  If you have disconnects or pool hop, you'll see wide swings in earnings.

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December 11, 2013, 01:35:06 AM
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thanks.
is btcguild better than slush coz of more THs pool speed?
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December 11, 2013, 01:38:35 AM
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thanks.
is btcguild better than slush coz of more THs pool speed?

Higher pool speed means more blocks, but you'll earn less share per block.  As long as the pool is large enough to consistently generate blocks, you'll see earnings pretty stable no matter which major pool you choose.  It's really a preference at that point and learning the nuances of each pool.

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December 11, 2013, 01:40:31 AM
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When I first started with Slush about two weeks ago I set the threshold to 0.01 and when I crossed the threshold it transferred.

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December 11, 2013, 11:43:44 AM
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mannn this is a long round, lets hope we get a few fast ones to make up for it when this one is over!

Also how does everyone go about selling their bitcoins (if they do)... I won't go into asking whether it's good to hold onto them as that will only start arguments Tongue is there a thread dedicated to the best BTC exchanges or something? n00b question I know!
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December 11, 2013, 11:57:29 AM
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mannn this is a long round, lets hope we get a few fast ones to make up for it when this one is over!

Also how does everyone go about selling their bitcoins (if they do)... I won't go into asking whether it's good to hold onto them as that will only start arguments Tongue is there a thread dedicated to the best BTC exchanges or something? n00b question I know!

One option is to open a bitstamp account. useful for buying and selling, (there are other sites also available)

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December 11, 2013, 02:41:33 PM
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Also how does everyone go about selling their bitcoins

localbitcoins. It's easy, and payments are often instantaneous. No exchange necessary. Your mileage may vary depending on where you live though  Smiley
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December 11, 2013, 03:37:26 PM
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mannn this is a long round, lets hope we get a few fast ones to make up for it when this one is over!

Also how does everyone go about selling their bitcoins (if they do)... I won't go into asking whether it's good to hold onto them as that will only start arguments Tongue is there a thread dedicated to the best BTC exchanges or something? n00b question I know!

I use coinbase. Their exchange rate is very nice (usually between mtgox and btce) and refreshes frequently. You get money into your account within 2-3 days of selling them. More reliable than any other place I've tried, and they have merchant capabilities, and are actively listening to the user base for suggestions and making improvements.

If you're interested in signing up with them (after looking into them), you could use my referral link below. They'll deposit $5USD worth of BTC into your account by using my link.

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December 11, 2013, 10:34:27 PM
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mannn this is a long round, lets hope we get a few fast ones to make up for it when this one is over!

Also how does everyone go about selling their bitcoins (if they do)... I won't go into asking whether it's good to hold onto them as that will only start arguments Tongue is there a thread dedicated to the best BTC exchanges or something? n00b question I know!

I use coinbase. Their exchange rate is very nice (usually between mtgox and btce) and refreshes frequently. You get money into your account within 2-3 days of selling them. More reliable than any other place I've tried, and they have merchant capabilities, and are actively listening to the user base for suggestions and making improvements.

If you're interested in signing up with them (after looking into them), you could use my referral link below. They'll deposit $5USD worth of BTC into your account by using my link.

do they work with Bank of America? I seem to recall hearing some banks will close your account or get pissy about anything being transferred in from a bitcoin wallet...

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December 11, 2013, 11:04:27 PM
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mannn this is a long round, lets hope we get a few fast ones to make up for it when this one is over!

Also how does everyone go about selling their bitcoins (if they do)... I won't go into asking whether it's good to hold onto them as that will only start arguments Tongue is there a thread dedicated to the best BTC exchanges or something? n00b question I know!

I use coinbase. Their exchange rate is very nice (usually between mtgox and btce) and refreshes frequently. You get money into your account within 2-3 days of selling them. More reliable than any other place I've tried, and they have merchant capabilities, and are actively listening to the user base for suggestions and making improvements.

If you're interested in signing up with them (after looking into them), you could use my referral link below. They'll deposit $5USD worth of BTC into your account by using my link.

do they work with Bank of America? I seem to recall hearing some banks will close your account or get pissy about anything being transferred in from a bitcoin wallet...

Yes just fine, it's one of the accounts I use to buy/sell with. Have had no issues, even with $,$$$ transfers.

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December 12, 2013, 05:16:41 AM
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#              Block found at             Duration     Total shares   Your shares    Your BTC reward           Block #               Block value         Validity
21134        2013-12-12 02:38:27   7:12:12      2915351239        46180         0.00000106               274426                25.03606987       84 confirmations left

Anybody else have this problem with this monster? I was on the whole time, reward should have been .0005ish... just wondering what happened...

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December 12, 2013, 05:18:41 AM
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#              Block found at             Duration     Total shares   Your shares    Your BTC reward           Block #               Block value         Validity
21134   2013-12-12 02:38:27   7:12:12   2915351239   46180    0.00000106           274426            25.03606987    84 confirmations left

Anybody else have this problem with this monster? I was on the whole time, reward should have been .0005ish... just wondering what happened...


I had 251,125 shares for a whopping 0.00189796, which is nearly .001 lower then usual.
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