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Author Topic: [40+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 3859904 times)
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February 28, 2014, 06:26:34 AM
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Is it me or have 12hr+ blocks been really common lately?

I am kinda wondering what the block length will be in about 8hrs when difficulty jumps to 3,800,299,673?

May end up jumping ship if slushes pool can't get the hash rate up to complete blocks quickly.

It just isn't justifiable to stay on a pool that solves 2-3 blocks in 24hrs.

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February 28, 2014, 06:54:50 AM
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21743   2014-02-27 03:28:59   8:15:39   5847647408   12538810   0.01035140   288025   25.06305116   Please look down, is unknown error in calculation Huh
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February 28, 2014, 07:03:22 AM
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Is it me or have 12hr+ blocks been really common lately?

I am kinda wondering what the block length will be in about 8hrs when difficulty jumps to 3,800,299,673?

May end up jumping ship if slushes pool can't get the hash rate up to complete blocks quickly.

It just isn't justifiable to stay on a pool that solves 2-3 blocks in 24hrs.



BTC Guild has cleared 11 blocks in the last 7.5 hours, Much better over there. Slush has turned into a joke.
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February 28, 2014, 07:35:55 AM
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Hi,

I have a small amount of btc awaiting payout. I previously had the threshold set too high, I have just reduced it. How long does this take?
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February 28, 2014, 07:52:10 AM
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This is the first time I've ever had 0 confirmed, 0 unconfirmed and 0 balance (fully paid).

I think it's a sign.
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February 28, 2014, 07:57:40 AM
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I am often confused about block time and numbers of actual shares >90% - I am still very new to this mining, but so far I understood that we all try to solve the actual block and if somebody else find we start over with a new one and even more with arrival of new transaction, they in included in calculation - so at all we again start over? How often? After every new transaction, after 10, after 100 or it`s limited? If we always start over - we at all ever try more then 1-5% of possibs on one calculation?
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February 28, 2014, 10:10:08 AM
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liston i went to bed at 2:00am and woke up at 12:00 pm.  I am in the bedroom getting dressed thinking about the situation at hand.

I hath earned more in this period of time than I hath in a day with mt.slush.

Based on this information I am looking after number 1 and decideth to stick on BTC guild until i die.

It hath given me more information than any other pool in the world.  The blocs are steady and frequent and stabol i cannot ask for more than that.

BTC dose not mess me about and in return i do not mess it about i respect it all.

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February 28, 2014, 10:52:52 AM
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liston i went to bed at 2:00am and woke up at 12:00 pm.  I am in the bedroom getting dressed thinking about the situation at hand.

I hath earned more in this period of time than I hath in a day with mt.slush.

Based on this information I am looking after number 1 and decideth to stick on BTC guild until i die.

It hath given me more information than any other pool in the world.  The blocs are steady and frequent and stabol i cannot ask for more than that.

BTC dose not mess me about and in return i do not mess it about i respect it all.

Good luck, Sir.

Over the last 30 days I have received EXACTLY what I expected from Slush in terms of rewards. Yes, some days have been great, and some truly awful. But that's the game.

Enjoy elsewhere, but do try not to come to a forum for a pool you are no longer using and troll.

It's a waste of your valuable time. Moan on their forum, instead Smiley
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February 28, 2014, 11:20:44 AM
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liston i went to bed at 2:00am and woke up at 12:00 pm.  I am in the bedroom getting dressed thinking about the situation at hand.

I hath earned more in this period of time than I hath in a day with mt.slush.

Based on this information I am looking after number 1 and decideth to stick on BTC guild until i die.

It hath given me more information than any other pool in the world.  The blocs are steady and frequent and stabol i cannot ask for more than that.

BTC dose not mess me about and in return i do not mess it about i respect it all.

Good luck, Sir.

Over the last 30 days I have received EXACTLY what I expected from Slush in terms of rewards. Yes, some days have been great, and some truly awful. But that's the game.

Enjoy elsewhere, but do try not to come to a forum for a pool you are no longer using and troll.

It's a waste of your valuable time. Moan on their forum, instead Smiley

Don't you get it ?  These are the people who jump back when luck swings.. Otherwise you're right they have little need to stick around... The sit in other pools collecting smaller payouts, and swing back to the bigger payouts when things get resolved..

Btw , I'm starting to doubt our published hash rate on the front stats page and thinking that because our hash rate has not gained like other pools as the difficulty has increased we have maybe been left out in the cold..

Just a theory..

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February 28, 2014, 12:09:00 PM
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I straddle both pools pretty equally. . .  In the last 10 days, BTC-g has paid more than slush exactly 6 times vs 4 for slush. .    That being said, on two of those days slush's pool paid almost 75% more than the BTC-g average - so the score is essentially 6 vs 5.5.  It's that close, even with the bad run of "luck". . .  

BTC has much less variance over it obviously so its payouts tend to be fairly stable.   Slush has a lot more variance. .  There are days when slush's pool can pay double what btc-g pays, and there are days where slush can pay 1/2 of what btc-g pays. .   But its very very close between the two. .   just the variance is greater with one vs the other. .  On a good run of probability/luck with slush, it'll easily outpace the other pools.  unfortunately its been on a rather bad run recently.

and to give a better indication. .  BTC guild hasn't found a block in 1.5 hours now.  Since they have 6.5x the hashing power of slush - that equates to an 9 hour block for them. . .  Granted its not a 22 hour block just yet, but similar concept.
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February 28, 2014, 12:20:56 PM
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Oh, great, now the network difficulty has just changed again.  3.81G.

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February 28, 2014, 12:54:57 PM
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Oh, great, now the network difficulty has just changed again.  3.81G.
22% jump
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February 28, 2014, 02:50:42 PM
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Oh, great, now the network difficulty has just changed again.  3.81G.
22% jump
Shouldnt the Difficulty level out seeing as at the point were it gets so hard no one will bother mining and how would bitcoin work when no computers are there for the transactions?

I bet this is a noob question, but hey im a noob.
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February 28, 2014, 02:51:28 PM
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Still mining on Slush with just 12.5 GH/s I had 240 GH/s going but sold miners just a few days ago. Cheesy Scrypt mining FTW
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February 28, 2014, 03:03:46 PM
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It shows me mining on slush but I have no miners pointed there...odd
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February 28, 2014, 03:22:47 PM
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It shows me mining on slush but I have no miners pointed there...odd
Perhaps you have Slush as the fallback, and it's switched over for some reason?

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February 28, 2014, 03:24:06 PM
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or check that you have actually committed your changes to the configuration. . .

BTC is currently bageling the last 2.5 hours which is equivalent to a 16.5 hour round so far here. ..
 
I find the break even point between the two is somewhere between 3 to 4 blocks.  If slush solves more than 4 blocks in a 24 hour period, its payout is greater than BTC-G. .   If its less than 4 blocks, then BTC-G pays more. .     BTC doesn't vary much over any 24 hour period because of its size, but slush can solve 2 blocks or 9 blocks.  So when its a large number of blocks, Slush wins big. .   but generally they are very close to each other in terms of payout performance.
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February 28, 2014, 04:20:50 PM
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It shows me mining on slush but I have no miners pointed there...odd
Perhaps you have Slush as the fallback, and it's switched over for some reason?
Thats what I thought to and checked all 4 antminers...I have no failovers pointed at Slush currently, but it is showing my hash rate at 400gh/s currently..I switched over about 2 days ago and all blocks I worked on have been confirmed...but just odd showing me giving shares I wont complain lol

**I applied the configs and such, I even gave each antminer a reboot(before reading your comment). I thought it was some gear I got rid of awhile back maybe they didnt change the credentials,but never 400gigahash worth
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February 28, 2014, 06:32:24 PM
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Still mining on Slush with just 12.5 GH/s I had 240 GH/s going but sold miners just a few days ago. Cheesy Scrypt mining FTW

explain more of Scrypt mining! point me to the gold
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February 28, 2014, 06:43:47 PM
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can somebody do some magic so we can have better luck?

As long as it's not "Magic The Gathering Online Exchange" . We don't need any more of that!
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