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May 21, 2014, 05:43:59 AM
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KNC and BFL have not delivered their latest preorders yet. I expect to see a doubling of the global hashrate by the end of this year.

I want to update this prediction to say 200PH/s by end of summer.

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May 21, 2014, 09:18:05 PM
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wow, has a lot of stuff been moving to Slushi's today?  the 30 min average on the hash rate has gone from  1896324.170 Ghash/s   to  2075661.190 Ghash/s  during the day.

At this rate, I will have to rethink an Antminer S2 I was planning to purchase and wonder if its worth spending the same on a big Scrypt ASIC and selling that for Btc instead.

My payout in the last week has dropped from 0.0056 per block to 0.0042.  Agreed it should mean more blocks found but todays rise in hash rate is huge Smiley

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May 21, 2014, 10:21:15 PM
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wow, has a lot of stuff been moving to Slushi's today?  the 30 min average on the hash rate has gone from  1896324.170 Ghash/s   to  2075661.190 Ghash/s  during the day.

At this rate, I will have to rethink an Antminer S2 I was planning to purchase and wonder if its worth spending the same on a big Scrypt ASIC and selling that for Btc instead.

My payout in the last week has dropped from 0.0056 per block to 0.0042.  Agreed it should mean more blocks found but todays rise in hash rate is huge Smiley

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I don't see the Scrypt Asic equipment staying profitable for very long (IF they make ROI now)

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May 22, 2014, 11:54:37 PM
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Hi all

I think i have a problem with job #22125(block #302149)

22125   2014-05-22 23:02:16   3:02:08   5306261360   7295                  0.00000465          302149   25.00000000    97 confirmations restantes
22124   2014-05-22 20:00:08   0:12:03   351206255           668                  0.00004843          302129   25.04247855    77 confirmations restantes
22123   2014-05-22 19:48:05   2:20:43   4111417502   7796                 0.00004736          302125   25.00470822    73 confirmations restantes

someone have the same issue ?

i had some hardware issues for 50 minutes (approximatively 2800 shares)  but reward is that bad ...

Thx for your answers
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May 22, 2014, 11:57:34 PM
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All good over here. Give it some time. Usually slush works everything out in a timely manner. Maybe open a ticket if your issue is not resolved before that round finishing confirming.

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May 23, 2014, 12:05:15 AM
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Thx mstrongbow

I opened a ticket just in case...

i hope it is just a calculus error

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May 23, 2014, 12:11:05 AM
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You bet mate.

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May 23, 2014, 05:19:50 AM
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Hi all

I think i have a problem with job #22125(block #302149)

22125   2014-05-22 23:02:16   3:02:08   5306261360   7295                  0.00000465          302149   25.00000000    97 confirmations restantes
22124   2014-05-22 20:00:08   0:12:03   351206255           668                  0.00004843          302129   25.04247855    77 confirmations restantes
22123   2014-05-22 19:48:05   2:20:43   4111417502   7796                 0.00004736          302125   25.00470822    73 confirmations restantes

someone have the same issue ?

i had some hardware issues for 50 minutes (approximatively 2800 shares)  but reward is that bad ...

Thx for your answers

Hardware issues towards the end of the block could cause this, that is part of slush's anti hopping algorithm
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May 23, 2014, 01:49:09 PM
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Hi all

I think i have a problem with job #22125(block #302149)

22125   2014-05-22 23:02:16   3:02:08   5306261360   7295                  0.00000465          302149   25.00000000    97 confirmations restantes
22124   2014-05-22 20:00:08   0:12:03   351206255           668                  0.00004843          302129   25.04247855    77 confirmations restantes
22123   2014-05-22 19:48:05   2:20:43   4111417502   7796                 0.00004736          302125   25.00470822    73 confirmations restantes

someone have the same issue ?

i had some hardware issues for 50 minutes (approximatively 2800 shares)  but reward is that bad ...

Thx for your answers

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May 23, 2014, 07:21:25 PM
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I see a pretty normal amount for block 22125 for myself, but in the last couple hours, the estimate for the current block dropped from it's normal number to about 1% of normal.  It's still only showing about 2.5% of the "normal" value per block.  And, my average hash rate in the last 60 mins, displayed, is as good as ever.  No issues.

And this block has been cooking for more than 12 hours, it's only in the last couple hours that the estimated dropped away from it's normal range...
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May 23, 2014, 08:07:23 PM
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I see a pretty normal amount for block 22125 for myself, but in the last couple hours, the estimate for the current block dropped from it's normal number to about 1% of normal.  It's still only showing about 2.5% of the "normal" value per block.  And, my average hash rate in the last 60 mins, displayed, is as good as ever.  No issues.

And this block has been cooking for more than 12 hours, it's only in the last couple hours that the estimated dropped away from it's normal range...

Same Here, good that it's only an estimate. If the block would end now this Will get feed by slush, like it gets fixed every time.
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May 24, 2014, 07:32:35 AM
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I'm trying to get into an old account and can't remember my password. I've put my email in the password reset form but I never received an email.

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May 24, 2014, 07:45:11 AM
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I'm trying to get into an old account and can't remember my password. I've put my email in the password reset form but I never received an email.

Raise a supporticket, nobody from slush is following this thread anymore...
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May 24, 2014, 09:56:19 AM
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I'm trying to get into an old account and can't remember my password. I've put my email in the password reset form but I never received an email.

Raise a supporticket, nobody from slush is following this thread anymore...

Thanks for the info.

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May 24, 2014, 12:41:35 PM
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Hi guys
could someone please advise me, i have a knc jupiter miner and it doesnt have a wirleless card in it
i am toild there is a way to move it to my garage and have it run  wirelessly.with one ethernet cable
coming out of the router into a box, and in the garage from this box to jupiter.problem being i havnt a
clue what the box i need is called. (dont want to use a long ethernet cable)....any help would be great......tommy
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Hi guys
could someone please advise me, i have a knc jupiter miner and it doesnt have a wirleless card in it
i am toild there is a way to move it to my garage and have it run  wirelessly.with one ethernet cable
coming out of the router into a box, and in the garage from this box to jupiter.problem being i havnt a
clue what the box i need is called. (dont want to use a long ethernet cable)....any help would be great......tommy


Get a wireless range extender with ethernet port or try powerline network extender. If you have an old wireless router it can be set up to act as a wireless range extender.
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May 24, 2014, 04:25:06 PM
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Hi guys
could someone please advise me, i have a knc jupiter miner and it doesnt have a wirleless card in it
i am toild there is a way to move it to my garage and have it run  wirelessly.with one ethernet cable
coming out of the router into a box, and in the garage from this box to jupiter.problem being i havnt a
clue what the box i need is called. (dont want to use a long ethernet cable)....any help would be great......tommy


Get a wireless range extender with ethernet port or try powerline network extender. If you have an old wireless router it can be set up to act as a wireless range extender.

I think he is saying his miner does not have a wireless nic. An extender will not help. Tommy, what you are looking for is called a wireless bridge. You need two, one at each end to plug in to the Ethernet ports of your router and miner. I would first test with a laptop, tab or phone to verify you can get a good signal from one point to the other. I've worked with the most expensive and the cheapest ones out there, and have to say for a short term solution these $20 units work great.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833704048&cm_re=access_point-_-33-704-048-_-Product

For some odd reason DHCP sometimes fails over these units. Set you miner up with static IP address and get it running before moving it to the other end of the bridge. And when I say "short term solution" it is because under constant use the wireless on these cheap things wear out in as little as 4-6 months and begin to drop packets. But then again, its a good fit as your miner will cost more to run than it produces in a few weeks if not already.
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May 24, 2014, 04:34:12 PM
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Great thank you all very much guys for all your help....tommy   Cheesy Cheesy
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May 24, 2014, 04:47:25 PM
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Hi guys
could someone please advise me, i have a knc jupiter miner and it doesnt have a wirleless card in it
i am toild there is a way to move it to my garage and have it run  wirelessly.with one ethernet cable
coming out of the router into a box, and in the garage from this box to jupiter.problem being i havnt a
clue what the box i need is called. (dont want to use a long ethernet cable)....any help would be great......tommy


Get a wireless range extender with ethernet port or try powerline network extender. If you have an old wireless router it can be set up to act as a wireless range extender.

I think he is saying his miner does not have a wireless nic. An extender will not help. Tommy, what you are looking for is called a wireless bridge. You need two, one at each end to plug in to the Ethernet ports of your router and miner. I would first test with a laptop, tab or phone to verify you can get a good signal from one point to the other. I've worked with the most expensive and the cheapest ones out there, and have to say for a short term solution these $20 units work great.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833704048&cm_re=access_point-_-33-704-048-_-Product

For some odd reason DHCP sometimes fails over these units. Set you miner up with static IP address and get it running before moving it to the other end of the bridge. And when I say "short term solution" it is because under constant use the wireless on these cheap things wear out in as little as 4-6 months and begin to drop packets. But then again, its a good fit as your miner will cost more to run than it produces in a few weeks if not already.


You can accomplish the same thing using a laptop with wifi....connect the laptop to the wireless network...BRIDGE the Wifi and Ethernet adapters in windows (highlight both adapters, right click and select "Bridge Connections")...then connect your miner to the wifi laptop via ethernet cable and you now have a WiFi access point WITH a battery backup Wink You can even use a network switch off your wifi laptop to gain more ports over the single ethernet port.

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May 24, 2014, 10:11:53 PM
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Difficulty increased by 18% to 10455720138.  Crank that handle a bit harder....
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