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January 02, 2014, 11:32:38 PM
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Hmm, just got 1/3 of what I normally get for the last 3 1/2 hour round  Undecided

21354   2014-01-02 23:26:52   3:24:18   1691667467   89034   0.00111131   278327   25.06796498    99 confirmations left
21353   2014-01-02 20:02:34   0:14:13   115496138   14836   0.00314417   278309   25.13391464    81 confirmations left
21352   2014-01-02 19:48:21   6:47:55   3295892282   416987   0.00310170   278308   25.05689020    80 confirmations left
21351   2014-01-02 13:00:26   2:12:35   1054661872   133515   0.00314380   278274   25.00781000    46 confirmations left
21350   2014-01-02 10:47:51   1:21:35   642031676   85019   0.00336521   278264   25.09772918    36 confirmations left
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January 03, 2014, 01:10:01 AM
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Hmm, just got 1/3 of what I normally get for the last 3 1/2 hour round  Undecided

21354   2014-01-02 23:26:52   3:24:18   1691667467   89034   0.00111131   278327   25.06796498    99 confirmations left
21353   2014-01-02 20:02:34   0:14:13   115496138   14836   0.00314417   278309   25.13391464    81 confirmations left
21352   2014-01-02 19:48:21   6:47:55   3295892282   416987   0.00310170   278308   25.05689020    80 confirmations left
21351   2014-01-02 13:00:26   2:12:35   1054661872   133515   0.00314380   278274   25.00781000    46 confirmations left
21350   2014-01-02 10:47:51   1:21:35   642031676   85019   0.00336521   278264   25.09772918    36 confirmations left

My Block 21354 was normal.

Separate problem, the issue where earnings were frozen as Unconfirmed seems to have returned on the last round. Low balance on the hot wallet once again?
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January 03, 2014, 02:46:42 AM
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New payout issue.  Last reward payout did not make it to my wallet for over 30 minutes.  Checking on the blockchain shows it with "unconfirmed transaction".  It rings a bell about some incident in the past where Slush reward payments were 'stuck' because of unpaid transaction fees.
Has anyone else experienced this recently?

Edit:  payment made it through after a bit over 2 hours. not sure about the cause.
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January 03, 2014, 11:30:08 AM
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I use this-- http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator when speculating about hardware, I know it's falls rapidly out of date for future difficulty rises, but it gives me an idea of what a miner can do, immediately. What I want to know, is does anyone have a link to any mining calculator that might give me some ideas on solo mining? Like one that will say how many days/weeks you could expect a block for with a given hashrate? Does that make sense? Basically, a solo mining calculator. I'm not really planning on trying solo, but it would be interesting to know.

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russell

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg3591740;topicseen#msg3591740

TLDR: For solo mining to be reasonable, you should have roughly about 1/1000 of the network power. That way there's a chance to find a block before next difficulty change.
(With 1/2016 of the network power, you'll find one block from the 2016 blocks on average.)
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January 03, 2014, 12:31:49 PM
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I use this-- http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator when speculating about hardware, I know it's falls rapidly out of date for future difficulty rises, but it gives me an idea of what a miner can do, immediately. What I want to know, is does anyone have a link to any mining calculator that might give me some ideas on solo mining? Like one that will say how many days/weeks you could expect a block for with a given hashrate? Does that make sense? Basically, a solo mining calculator. I'm not really planning on trying solo, but it would be interesting to know.

thanks.

russell

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg3591740;topicseen#msg3591740

TLDR: For solo mining to be reasonable, you should have roughly about 1/1000 of the network power. That way there's a chance to find a block before next difficulty change.
(With 1/2016 of the network power, you'll find one block from the 2016 blocks on average.)

This calc does that http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/ , as for solo mining it may be unlikely that you'd find a block and getting less so, but people solo mine other coins with ASICs and exchange for BTC and do not so bad. You could look at it as a constant lottery too if you did it on BTC, especially if a block is around a grand per BTC or higher. You could get lucky. Smiley
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January 03, 2014, 03:54:52 PM
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yes, the last 2 rounds have been normal (.01 and .009) I would buy the internet connectivity expaination, my ISP  hasnt been wowing me latley  Undecided
Specifically, it looks as if your miner was failing to connect to the server for whatever reason from about 10h05 until about 12h31, as you appear to be missing about 42 minutes' worth of shares from round 21350, and 102 minutes from round 21351, based on the number of shares credited during "normal" rounds.  Yes, I know, I should get out more often.

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January 03, 2014, 06:18:31 PM
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Wow man thanks for digging into that for me. Just curious then, would that also cause the high error rate i was seeing and it may not have been attributed to the higher frequency....or could it be that the errors from  the higher frequency caused the network connectivity issues?
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January 03, 2014, 08:16:16 PM
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600.7 TH/s pool power (just now, last 30 min average)...  :-)
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January 03, 2014, 09:41:21 PM
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21355   2014-01-03 04:56:16   5:29:24   2748897784   613873   0.00000000   278360   25.03977233    confirmed

Is this a joke? Please repair...not gonna pump 1200W all for nothing

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January 03, 2014, 10:07:37 PM
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21355   2014-01-03 04:56:16   5:29:24   2748897784   613873   0.00000000   278360   25.03977233    confirmed

Is this a joke? Please repair...not gonna pump 1200W all for nothing

21355 has paid out as normal here.

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January 03, 2014, 11:01:51 PM
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Question - I am relatively new to this all, and I have been mining only with Slush's pool since the beginning of September. I started with a GPU miner at first, then I added 9 ASIC block errupters, and then about a month ago I added a 10g blade. My MHash/s rates are as follows:
GPU = 615 Mhash/s
9 Block Erruptors = 3,050 Mhash/sec
1 Blade = 10,331 Mhash/s

I notice at first I seem to get a decent payout, but it decreases over time. I recently switched to a Raspberry Pi unit to cut down on the power consumption (powered by one of the hubs) and I noticed I am now averaging around 0.00058202 as a Payout for each round, where as for a while I was at about 0.00100000. Is the difference the amount of people/devices mining the same pool or is something else going on? Should I expect it to drop down much more? Or is it just always going to get lower and I just need to keep adding?

Sorry if this is not the right place for this kind of questions
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January 03, 2014, 11:05:14 PM
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Question - I am relatively new to this all, and I have been mining only with Slush's pool since the beginning of September. I started with a GPU miner at first, then I added 9 ASIC block errupters, and then about a month ago I added a 10g blade. My MHash/s rates are as follows:
GPU = 615 Mhash/s
9 Block Erruptors = 3,050 Mhash/sec
1 Blade = 10,331 Mhash/s

I notice at first I seem to get a decent payout, but it decreases over time. I recently switched to a Raspberry Pi unit to cut down on the power consumption (powered by one of the hubs) and I noticed I am now averaging around 0.00058202 as a Payout for each round, where as for a while I was at about 0.00100000. Is the difference the amount of people/devices mining the same pool or is something else going on? Should I expect it to drop down much more? Or is it just always going to get lower and I just need to keep adding?

Sorry if this is not the right place for this kind of questions

Payout reduces about 50% per month   http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/

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January 03, 2014, 11:10:25 PM
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Question - I am relatively new to this all, and I have been mining only with Slush's pool since the beginning of September. I started with a GPU miner at first, then I added 9 ASIC block errupters, and then about a month ago I added a 10g blade. My MHash/s rates are as follows:
GPU = 615 Mhash/s
9 Block Erruptors = 3,050 Mhash/sec
1 Blade = 10,331 Mhash/s

I notice at first I seem to get a decent payout, but it decreases over time. I recently switched to a Raspberry Pi unit to cut down on the power consumption (powered by one of the hubs) and I noticed I am now averaging around 0.00058202 as a Payout for each round, where as for a while I was at about 0.00100000. Is the difference the amount of people/devices mining the same pool or is something else going on? Should I expect it to drop down much more? Or is it just always going to get lower and I just need to keep adding?

Sorry if this is not the right place for this kind of questions

Payout reduces about 50% per month   http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/

Thank you for the quick reply and link!
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January 04, 2014, 05:37:02 AM
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So the "pool luck" figures under the stats page can't be correct, can they? We've had some long rounds and it's actually showing higher luck than earlier today, something seems off with that. Any insights?
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January 04, 2014, 05:46:40 AM
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So the "pool luck" figures under the stats page can't be correct, can they? We've had some long rounds and it's actually showing higher luck than earlier today, something seems off with that. Any insights?

The luck figures don't factor in the current round.  Additionally old rounds will roll off the luck figure sometimes leading to an inflated percentage being displayed (such as when there was a 22 hour block one day and the luck was showing something absurd like 190% because there were only 2 short blocks actually being used to calculate the 24-hour luck).

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January 04, 2014, 06:08:07 AM
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Question - I am relatively new to this all, and I have been mining only with Slush's pool since the beginning of September. I started with a GPU miner at first, then I added 9 ASIC block errupters, and then about a month ago I added a 10g blade. My MHash/s rates are as follows:
GPU = 615 Mhash/s
9 Block Erruptors = 3,050 Mhash/sec
1 Blade = 10,331 Mhash/s

I notice at first I seem to get a decent payout, but it decreases over time. I recently switched to a Raspberry Pi unit to cut down on the power consumption (powered by one of the hubs) and I noticed I am now averaging around 0.00058202 as a Payout for each round, where as for a while I was at about 0.00100000. Is the difference the amount of people/devices mining the same pool or is something else going on? Should I expect it to drop down much more? Or is it just always going to get lower and I just need to keep adding?

Sorry if this is not the right place for this kind of questions

Payout reduces about 50% per month   http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/
If that's the case, then your basically saying someone with say 1Th (or any hash be it higher or lower) after a good long while will earn 0 which is not true, since everyone, regardless of the pool your in and regardless of your hash rate still earns something.

 
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January 04, 2014, 06:30:16 AM
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Question - I am relatively new to this all, and I have been mining only with Slush's pool since the beginning of September. I started with a GPU miner at first, then I added 9 ASIC block errupters, and then about a month ago I added a 10g blade. My MHash/s rates are as follows:
GPU = 615 Mhash/s
9 Block Erruptors = 3,050 Mhash/sec
1 Blade = 10,331 Mhash/s

I notice at first I seem to get a decent payout, but it decreases over time. I recently switched to a Raspberry Pi unit to cut down on the power consumption (powered by one of the hubs) and I noticed I am now averaging around 0.00058202 as a Payout for each round, where as for a while I was at about 0.00100000. Is the difference the amount of people/devices mining the same pool or is something else going on? Should I expect it to drop down much more? Or is it just always going to get lower and I just need to keep adding?

Sorry if this is not the right place for this kind of questions

Payout reduces about 50% per month   http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/
If that's the case, then your basically saying someone with say 1Th (or any hash be it higher or lower) after a good long while will earn 0 which is not true, since everyone, regardless of the pool your in and regardless of your hash rate still earns something.

Also, not to point out the obvious, but wanted to add the profit forecasts on genesis block do a full year outlook but only in terms of present value, which really doesn't seem (even slightly) applicable given the volatility of BTC.
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January 04, 2014, 02:43:28 PM
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Payout reduces about 50% per month   http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/
If that's the case, then your basically saying someone with say 1Th (or any hash be it higher or lower) after a good long while will earn 0 which is not true, since everyone, regardless of the pool your in and regardless of your hash rate still earns something.

No.
Mudbankkeith is saying nothing like that.
You're only denying your own statement. :-)

Yes, everyone still earns something.
And as the time still hasn't reached infinity ;-) , there's still some reward for everybody with some (non-zero) hash rate.
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January 04, 2014, 03:35:24 PM
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Payout reduces about 50% per month   http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/
If that's the case, then your basically saying someone with say 1Th (or any hash be it higher or lower) after a good long while will earn 0 which is not true, since everyone, regardless of the pool your in and regardless of your hash rate still earns something.

No.
Mudbankkeith is saying nothing like that.
You're only denying your own statement. :-)

Yes, everyone still earns something.
And as the time still hasn't reached infinity ;-) , there's still some reward for everybody with some (non-zero) hash rate.

As in the Dichotomy paradox.
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January 04, 2014, 03:59:06 PM
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So the "pool luck" figures under the stats page can't be correct, can they? We've had some long rounds and it's actually showing higher luck than earlier today, something seems off with that. Any insights?

The luck figures don't factor in the current round.  Additionally old rounds will roll off the luck figure sometimes leading to an inflated percentage being displayed (such as when there was a 22 hour block one day and the luck was showing something absurd like 190% because there were only 2 short blocks actually being used to calculate the 24-hour luck).

This is not an optimal approach, I'm afraid. The 24 hour period should be taken into account somehow. Maybe the current round could be also counted. That way there would be three rounds, one of them 20+ hours, in last 24 hours, and that wouldn't give such a high luck... :-)
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