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February 23, 2014, 01:19:45 AM
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Apparently the 800 threshold has no baring judging by today. Possibly the red bold font was the fix required. From posts the S1 appears to be the current weapon of choice for the more pedestrian non-100 Th/s ruler of BTC types.

Well considering they are 1.45 BTC for the past month, make around 1-1.1 BTC a month currently. And you could buy one for $750 if you bought 1.45 BTC when it was around $500. They are a VERY good investment.

They were a good buy a week or so ago at 1.45.  But that 1.45 was equivalent to a out 1000-1100.  It might be 750 now but that is march delivery and toe jumps in difficulty.  So that roi calculation could be off - and especially if btc to fiat keeps dropping.
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February 23, 2014, 01:25:56 AM
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Bitcoin was never a "short game" you've got to be in it for the long run for it to pay off with mining hardware.
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February 23, 2014, 01:41:26 AM
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Bitcoin was never a "short game" you've got to be in it for the long run for it to pay off with mining hardware.

Agreed in fact you want the price of BTC in the toilet as a miner until you've had the chance to clear out the mine. That makes mining unattractive and people unwilling to overpay for their hardware to mine it.
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February 23, 2014, 03:09:12 AM
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Bitcoin was never a "short game" you've got to be in it for the long run for it to pay off with mining hardware.

Agreed in fact you want the price of BTC in the toilet as a miner until you've had the chance to clear out the mine. That makes mining unattractive and people unwilling to overpay for their hardware to mine it.

Smiley reminds me of the days my 5850s mining. 1.2 GHash seemed like so much. And everyone said, whats bitcoin. My Wife (Now ex) thought i was retarded for "Mining bitcoins" , because at the time they were worth really nothing tangible. 

I was always in for the end game, but got weak when BTC was over 1K. Still holding some, but i now have no truck payment. Smiley

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February 23, 2014, 04:30:31 AM
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Good for you. I bought an S1 off a student for $ the other day. He said the money was going to school which made me happy. I asked if he earned it mining and his answer was yes. His friends probably thought he was a fool back when they were playing games with their graphics cards and he bided his time doing something else. Who's the fool now?  Grin
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February 23, 2014, 07:17:23 AM
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http://v1.freep.cn/3tb_1402231516144us2512293.png
Why is invalid rewards 287249?
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February 23, 2014, 08:25:07 AM
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Apparently the 800 threshold has no baring judging by today. Possibly the red bold font was the fix required. From posts the S1 appears to be the current weapon of choice for the more pedestrian non-100 Th/s ruler of BTC types.

The only way to solve anything is to get it out in the open and to talk about it - 800TH was my 'elephant in the room'.

The only dilema now is have I tempted fate by talking about it....?

I would agree the S1 is popular. cheaper, more reliable and quieter than my BFLs -  a bit thirsty though -
Although reading the above, could be my PSU

I shall refrain from writing in RED bold text in future as some of the estrogen filled old bulls seem to charge for it...
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February 23, 2014, 09:13:23 AM
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Why is invalid rewards 287249?
It sometimes happens that 2 pools find a block 'almost at the same time', so the first one wins, and the other one becomes an 'orphan' or 'invalid'.  This happens sometimes, not very often.

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February 23, 2014, 09:15:09 AM
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Why is invalid rewards 287249?
It sometimes happens that 2 pools find a block 'almost at the same time', so the first one one of them wins, and the other one becomes an 'orphan' or 'invalid'.  This happens sometimes, not very often.

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It's not always the first one that wins - network connectivity plays a large part too.

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February 23, 2014, 12:09:05 PM
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I shall refrain from writing in RED bold text in future as some of the estrogen filled old bulls seem to charge for it...

On a 12hr block day it's blood in a sea of sharks.
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February 23, 2014, 04:18:54 PM
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Someone please explain to me how this works?



With over 2 million shares how has my payout dropped to that little? please explain.
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February 23, 2014, 04:32:02 PM
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Someone please explain to me how this works?
Check Here

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February 23, 2014, 05:10:42 PM
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Someone please explain to me how this works?
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 Grin Well it looks like someone expects something good out of MtGox today judging by the price of BTC. Can someone please start a good rumor to bring it down for us miners? I was really kind of liking MtGox for being the poster child for BTC bad news.

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February 23, 2014, 05:23:40 PM
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It's not always the first one that wins - network connectivity plays a large part too.
This time GHash.IO beat us to it by a couple of seconds and won fair and square.

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February 23, 2014, 08:21:30 PM
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I am working on stratum protocol and there is not much explained about this anywhere on web, so I have to ask here.

Would it be possible to delegate work that I get from stratum pool further?

Pool <-> mypool <-> cgminer instances

Only single connection would be kept between pool and mypool. All work passed from pool should be adequately modified for each cgminer instance in mypool and all shares from cgminer instances should be modified in mypool to be accepted by the pool.

I believe if I simply send same work to each cgminer instance then they would be working on same work which is pointless and would only waste hashes for nothing?

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February 23, 2014, 08:43:53 PM
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I am working on stratum protocol and there is not much explained about this anywhere on web, so I have to ask here.

Would it be possible to delegate work that I get from stratum pool further?

Pool <-> mypool <-> cgminer instances

Only single connection would be kept between pool and mypool. All work passed from pool should be adequately modified for each cgminer instance in mypool and all shares from cgminer instances should be modified in mypool to be accepted by the pool.

I believe if I simply send same work to each cgminer instance then they would be working on same work which is pointless and would only waste hashes for nothing?
What you describe is simply stratum proxy - no need to reinvent the wheel, just download and run it.

EDIT: check http://mining.bitcoin.cz/mining-proxy-howto

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February 23, 2014, 08:47:49 PM
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No, stratum proxy is a link between stratum pool and ordinary non-stratum miner.

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February 23, 2014, 08:58:17 PM
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You can point cgminer or bfgminer at a stratum proxy just fine.
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February 23, 2014, 09:08:25 PM
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I know I can, but I am looking for lightweight solution I can code on my own, if it is possible... No need to use python + going one step back by using getwork if I can eventually code everything in C for super fast execution and when I will need to scale this to great sizes.

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February 23, 2014, 09:40:21 PM
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Someone please explain to me how this works?
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still over 2 million shares and i get a tiny tiny fraction of my normal payout, my shares have not dropped my hashrate has not dropped.  this is a fucking joke, and fucking funny shit with the LMGTFY link..  If it cant be explained then the one place I have trusted since i started mining almost 3 years ago has turned to a fucking joke.
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