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February 19, 2014, 10:25:18 PM
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When I see "Stratum from pool 0 detected new block" in my bfgminer does this mean that the pool has found
a new block with 25 bitcoins or just a block with potentially 25 bitcoins in it? The current block number mentioned
in bfminer is that the number of the new found block?

If so I don't see all the new blocks found by bfgminer appearing in my stats. Why? Because I'm not working on all
the new found blocks.

It means a block found on the network - not necessary from your 'Pool 0' and definitely not from you.

Each block is at least 25 BTC, it could be more if it contains transactions with fees, but not less.
The current block number is the next block actualy, 'the new found block' is the previous one ... you can check this page which pool have found it and if it is your 'Pool 0' only then it should show in stats page


Thx you both KNK and Ehoitinga Smiley

"Stratum from pool 0 detected new block" = The network, all the pools + solo miners have found a new block (25 BTC+fees)

"not necessary from your 'Pool 0' and definitely not from you."
-Pool 0" I thougth it was only Slush's pool.
-"and definitely not from you." well i guessed that Smiley At what speed is it clever to mine solo?
Did this ever happened to you : ""Found block for pool" - that is when it means YOU found it."
Must be happy that day Smiley

"Stratum from pool 0 requested work update" i see that very often, what is it please?

May I ask you another question please.
At this pace of growing difficulty (+20% every 12 days seems to be exponential) so soon no one will ever mine, so how Bitcoin network will keep on.

Last one lol : Why Slush's Pool has got this very good reputation, are they located in France, got a clue in which city?

Deeply thx for your answears Smiley


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February 19, 2014, 10:46:45 PM
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AFAIK with respect to the math those suggesting they'd leave weren't going to affect the others on here in a negative manner. Depending on how far into solving a block the pool was, it would be beneficial to those who remained if they leave on that round. Subsequently the next round theoretically will take longer to solve but the reward should increase proportionately to the additional time.

It's about yield and not volume of blocks the pool solves.

If my assumtions are correct I suspect these statements are therefore directed at slush but alas he, they, whatever; don't follow this thread.

No, your assumptions are incorrect.

As discussed multiple times in this thread, pool hopping (if done strategically) can increase your expected income per share. That extra comes from full time miners.

That's not what I interpreted from this explanation.

http://support.bitcoin.cz/Knowledgebase/Article/View/32/1/score-based-reward-system
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February 19, 2014, 11:29:47 PM
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Still no movement on block 286444 for me.

If anyone with any influence is reading this... please fix this block so I can get my payout and leave this shit-show of a pool for good.

This place went downhill in a damn hurry.


286444 looks ok for me. Are you sure you was mining at the time? Nice way to get some help by the way, "shit-show of a pool" - that should do it...

Good for you... I'm glad your account is all fine.   How exactly does that help me?

Yes, I'm sure I was mining at the time.  81000 shares on that particular block.  My reward for that block should be 0.00056188, and it shows that in statistics.
However... it's still showing up in my Unconfirmed Rewards bucket preventing me from taking a .01 BTC automatic payout.  It should have been moved to Confirmed Rewards hours ago.

And I'm sorry if "shit-show" offends you.   However, when your trouble tickets and emails all go ignored, you tend to get a little frustrated with lack of support.
I just want my BTC payout and I'm gone.... then you won't need to subject yourselves to my childish rants.

Sad thing for this pool is that I'm definitely not alone.  



As someone who has been with this pool a very very long time, it will get solved. Relax, start mining at your other pool and your stats will get sorted. You obviously have not been here very long if this is your first issue such as this. But they all get resolved, and slush is still my best paying pool vs others i have tried. There is a reason pool hoppers come back Wink

And i am sorry, but a reward of .00056188 is nothing to get frustrated about, so chill, leave and never come back. Have fun at the other Shit-Shows such as eclippse MC, LMAO

1) I fully agree with you, Namnuta.
2) I'm a bit surprised that there are several "newbies" recently with low activity (one or two posts) that are in fact oldtimers (both by their "look and feel" and their declaration). Where did this new phenomenon come from?
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February 19, 2014, 11:42:16 PM
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1) I fully agree with you, Namnuta.
2) I'm a bit surprised that there are several "newbies" recently with low activity (one or two posts) that are in fact oldtimers (both by their "look and feel" and their declaration). Where did this new phenomenon come from?

Works for me, fire up TOR browser, create an hmamail email account, create an alt on here and then you can say what the fuck you want without damaging your rep. Works for me Smiley
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February 19, 2014, 11:59:26 PM
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Guys, move on and try another pool for a week and assess the payout.
For me I tried slush for a week and is trying the other pool (while continue to monitor slush progression).
I will say I glad I moved.

Which pool may I ask did you move to?

gHashio. Small amount per payout compared to Slush, but one day average about 50-60 payouts. Good thing is that the earnings per day is very consistent, unlike slush where it depends on luck. Also, gHashio mines alternative coins at the same time which can be used for BTC or additional hashing power.
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February 20, 2014, 01:15:49 AM
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Who the hell is getting all the blocks? It sure ain't us. Are we in the future now? Will an endless stream of twelve hour blocks become a daily routine?

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February 20, 2014, 01:23:25 AM
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Who the hell is getting all the blocks? It sure ain't us. Are we in the future now? Will an endless stream of twelve hour blocks become a daily routine?


You should post more often - block found

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February 20, 2014, 01:31:39 AM
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Who the hell is getting all the blocks? It sure ain't us. Are we in the future now? Will an endless stream of twelve hour blocks become a daily routine?


You should post more often - block found

Heh... I noticed that too... within just a few minutes... Hmmm, hmmm...

Man, my problem is, I have the crappiest job in the world at a great place  to work. All I have to do all night is sit at the computer and goof off, so half my time, I spend monitoring the pool, just for lack of anything better to do. A watched pot never boils, as the old saying goes. Used to, I barely looked at the pool two or  three times a day, but of course, in the "good old days" there has hardly ever a twelve hour block either. I am fixing to buy a 1.2TH miner, but now I'm stopping and thinking... if corporate mining is killing it for us hobbyists, what's the point? I might as well just buy coins and wait. That's not nearly as much fun, though, I enjoy mining.

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February 20, 2014, 02:39:08 AM
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I've been watching it to assess my conglomeration of mining hardware's performance only in hopes that it all functions satisfactorily so as to not have to watch it so closely. Unfortunately with the recent issues my timing to do this turned out to be less than ideal.  Grin

The benefit has been a greater application of the mechanics behind it.
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February 20, 2014, 03:00:19 AM
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All 5 of my antminers are running and I'm getting 1.51 to 1.6 ghash/s out of them however the site only shows a little over 2ghash/s.  Is it issues with the site?
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February 20, 2014, 03:11:54 AM
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All 5 of my antminers are running and I'm getting 1.51 to 1.6 ghash/s out of them however the site only shows a little over 2ghash/s.  Is it issues with the site?

how long have you let it run? if you start in the middle of a block you will see a less than expected hash rate.

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February 20, 2014, 03:36:30 AM
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Yeah I have 4 running...it'll avg out...takes a good day or so. unless the pool is unlucky
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February 20, 2014, 03:49:42 AM
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As I've said before. When it comes to Slush Pool, only look at it once or twice a day to see if your payouts on the stats page are reasonably consistent, say +-10%. And, that your miners are close to the expected hashrate. Do not try and check the math. the computer is smarter than you and doing this will only make ya crazy. Shocked

Mining Slush since May 2013.

Right on, mining since Jan. 2013
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February 20, 2014, 04:58:34 AM
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All 5 of my antminers are running and I'm getting 1.51 to 1.6 ghash/s out of them however the site only shows a little over 2ghash/s.  Is it issues with the site?

Time to get a little more hashing power??

check out titanminer.com good product, good support and good price
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February 20, 2014, 08:09:05 AM
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At what speed is it clever to mine solo?
Approximately 1/2000 of the total network speed or ~12TH right now.

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"Stratum from pool 0 requested work update" i see that very often, what is it please?
'I have some new transactions for the same block - update your work'

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At this pace of growing difficulty (+20% every 12 days seems to be exponential) so soon no one will ever mine, so how Bitcoin network will keep on.
If no one mines the difficulty will go down. The network will keep on, because it will always seek for a balance

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February 20, 2014, 09:55:10 AM
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My 2¢ on rising difficulty.

The biggest concern for increasing difficulty IMHO is the ASIC makers mining with their own ASIC's. Let's face it if they forecast the profitability of the rig they sell to be higher than the equipment cost plus the cost to run it they'd keep it and plug it in.

I notice a tremendous amount of concern for power consumption in design which given rig pricing works out to be percentage wise a fractional amount of the mining costs. So why all the concern? Well I suggest if your going take your ASIC design, engineered by your fabless design company and run your production to build yourself enough ASIC's to run a mining operation, the costs to manufacture additional ASIC's to do so in large quantities is minimal. It would appear that if you had independent miners willing to front you the R&D costs through "pre-order" your R&D costs could be covered. On paper the promised performance appears lucrative but what's missing from the equation is how much of that technology is going to be put in direct competition with that same equipment you're buying? So let's get back to this power concern. If you're going to run a large scale operation and your attempting to get your $ / hash to a minimum to be as competitive as possible; and you've whittled down your hardware cost as much as you possibly can, your remaining cost concern is power which at a relatively low hardware cost becomes a more significant factor.

What I see with this heightened power concern is a trend towards large scale operations. I unfortunately feel bitcoin which was made for the people will end up under the control of a few and as far as that goes the "people" will be the ones who paved the way in fronting money for the development but not reap reward for their investment.

The only way I can see it remain with the people is to have an agreement with the ASIC makers which ensures their investment cannot be used against them.

To this end, without this measure in place, IMHO the next round of ASIC's is going to be devastating to the average miner once these higher efficiency devices get put into play in large numbers.
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February 20, 2014, 09:56:11 AM
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All 5 of my antminers are running and I'm getting 1.51 to 1.6 ghash/s out of them however the site only shows a little over 2ghash/s.  Is it issues with the site?

I rarely get the right rate on the site, 30% less some days. I'm hoping the ten block ave is right, but to be honest I'm about sick of all the issues lately on top of that..losing trust rapidly. 2/3 blocks a day isn't doing it for me at all either.

Just because something has been around a long time doesn't make it worth sticking with, we'd all be using pencils or typewriters based on that logic wouldn't we?

I can make more playing a game with no miner at all in Huntercoins than with an 150GH ASIC on Slush some days. That's nuts.
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February 20, 2014, 10:28:18 AM
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You're poor antminer performance is likely either misinterpreted information or something incorrect with your rig set up.  In spite of the recent system reporting problems the site is reporting accepted shares correctly presently for me. You should be able to cross check this value with your mining software for verification. With ants I recommend using bfgminer (latest build) as I have recently read the others may be experiencing issues with the units.
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February 20, 2014, 10:47:14 AM
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All 5 of my antminers are running and I'm getting 1.51 to 1.6 ghash/s out of them however the site only shows a little over 2ghash/s.  Is it issues with the site?
Why run them at 1.6GH/sec, if you can so easily overclock to about 2 GH/sec (see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=390929.0

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I believe he's stating the sum of his ants. Yes individually they can be software overclocked to 2.2 Gh/s.
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