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June 11, 2014, 11:47:58 AM
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Finally! It was long. 15hours. Grin
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June 11, 2014, 09:35:41 PM
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Quick question, is 100 Mhash/s good? I'm using a GTX 670 as the GPU, and I've gathered that they are much worse than AMD for hash rates, but I still seem to be getting a tiny estimated reward of around 0.00000050 BTC even after several hours of constantly mining the same block (it's been going for nearly 6 hours now, whereas I started mining about 3 ago).
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June 11, 2014, 10:03:38 PM
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Quick question, is 100 Mhash/s good?
In a word, no.  Even 1 Ghash/s is hopelessly inadequate these days.  At that rate it will be many, many moons before you have enough to cash out, and it will be only a tiny fraction of what you spent on electricity.

Quite honestly, you would be better off using your GPU for scrypt mining, where you are likely to earn rather more (but still nowhere near enough to retire on!)

Try www.scryptguild.com - there are others but that one works well for me.

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June 11, 2014, 10:27:48 PM
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Quick question, is 100 Mhash/s good? I'm using a GTX 670 as the GPU, and I've gathered that they are much worse than AMD for hash rates, but I still seem to be getting a tiny estimated reward of around 0.00000050 BTC even after several hours of constantly mining the same block (it's been going for nearly 6 hours now, whereas I started mining about 3 ago).

Punch in you hash power here and see what you get https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty

100mh/s is olden days for btc I'm afraid...

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June 12, 2014, 02:00:11 AM
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Quick question, is 100 Mhash/s good? I'm using a GTX 670 as the GPU, and I've gathered that they are much worse than AMD for hash rates, but I still seem to be getting a tiny estimated reward of around 0.00000050 BTC even after several hours of constantly mining the same block (it's been going for nearly 6 hours now, whereas I started mining about 3 ago).

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June 12, 2014, 02:03:37 AM
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Not quite sure I understand this.... I have shares for this block but no money due?

22233   2014-06-11 11:29:18   14:52:33   39161790803   944613   0.00000000   305249   25.00810801    4 confirmations left
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June 12, 2014, 04:40:12 AM
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 Undecided something is up, my estimated reward is halved right now...

Back up to normal again, glad the round didn't end just then.

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June 12, 2014, 05:08:02 AM
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Not quite sure I understand this.... I have shares for this block but no money due?

22233   2014-06-11 11:29:18   14:52:33   39161790803   944613   0.00000000   305249   25.00810801    4 confirmations left

You have shares but they are stale, your hardware must have quit or network down.

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June 12, 2014, 05:10:18 AM
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Not quite sure I understand this.... I have shares for this block but no money due?

22233   2014-06-11 11:29:18   14:52:33   39161790803   944613   0.00000000   305249   25.00810801    4 confirmations left

You have shares but they are stale, your hardware must have quit or network down.

this answer, 99.95% of the time this is the correct answer.

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June 12, 2014, 07:08:05 AM
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Thanks for the responses!

My estimated reward is still being weird, though it's significantly higher than before (around 0.001 BTC compared to the previous 0.00000050 BTC 0.0). Is it proportional to the amount of shares I accept?

EDIT: And it's dropped a lot again!
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June 12, 2014, 10:14:33 AM
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I have for some time experienced considerable fluctuations in my hash rate at various times of the day, but with a downward trend.  This has often also affected my hash rate with BTC Guild: both have been dropping by as much as 50%, and never quite getting back to their original level.  But an interesting thing happened a couple of days ago:  I watched a one hour TV programme through my internet player, something I never normally do.  After a few pauses for buffering, the programme got into its stride and did not falter again.  Then I noticed that my hash rate on Slush and BTC Guild had both increased to the rate I used to enjoy, despite it being a busy time of day, and they have not fallen since.  The only conclusion I can reach is that my ISP had been throttling my bandwidth but then had to increase it to allow the TV programme to play.  Or perhaps I'm just becoming paranoid.  Anyway, it appears to have remained high some 36 hours after the event.  Perhaps I need to become a couch potato.

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June 12, 2014, 11:07:32 AM
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CAn someone explain what happened with Block 305317?  It looks like something is wrong with the reward...almost 10% of what might be expected.
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June 12, 2014, 11:17:09 AM
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CAn someone explain what happened with Block 305317?  It looks like something is wrong with the reward...almost 10% of what might be expected.

The 10% could be extra hash pwr by others, some of your equipment is not working, you had some stale shares, your equipment threw lots of hw faults over the last 13hrs.

Mine is a little up on what has been happening lately
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June 12, 2014, 01:59:19 PM
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Is something not right when there are no blocks to be validated on the statistics page? My last block was 305317. It's just something I've never seen in my 2 weeks of mining.
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June 12, 2014, 02:09:18 PM
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I have for some time experienced considerable fluctuations in my hash rate at various times of the day, but with a downward trend.  This has often also affected my hash rate with BTC Guild: both have been dropping by as much as 50%, and never quite getting back to their original level.  But an interesting thing happened a couple of days ago:  I watched a one hour TV programme through my internet player, something I never normally do.  After a few pauses for buffering, the programme got into its stride and did not falter again.  Then I noticed that my hash rate on Slush and BTC Guild had both increased to the rate I used to enjoy, despite it being a busy time of day, and they have not fallen since.  The only conclusion I can reach is that my ISP had been throttling my bandwidth but then had to increase it to allow the TV programme to play.  Or perhaps I'm just becoming paranoid.  Anyway, it appears to have remained high some 36 hours after the event.  Perhaps I need to become a couch potato.

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June 12, 2014, 02:14:07 PM
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Quick question, is 100 Mhash/s good? I'm using a GTX 670 as the GPU, and I've gathered that they are much worse than AMD for hash rates, but I still seem to be getting a tiny estimated reward of around 0.00000050 BTC even after several hours of constantly mining the same block (it's been going for nearly 6 hours now, whereas I started mining about 3 ago).

You can use the calculator link provided earlier. But, for a real world example, I have 8 S1 AntMiners overclocked with each pumping out about 200 Ghash/s or 1.6 Thash/s in all. For the 1.8 Thashes/s I average about BTC0.07/day. With threshold set at BTC0.1 I get a payout every 1.5 days. My electricity cost is about $9/day so I'm still making money at current difficulty and BTC value.

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June 12, 2014, 02:21:55 PM
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66tbird, same here and nothing wrong as we are 16+ hours deep in trying to solve a block.

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June 12, 2014, 02:37:04 PM
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Is something not right when there are no blocks to be validated on the statistics page? My last block was 305317. It's just something I've never seen in my 2 weeks of mining.

It just means all the previous blocks have been confirmed in the last 16+hrs the current block has bean churning away
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June 12, 2014, 04:40:58 PM
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Is this the "Block from hell"  or what?  Undecided

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June 12, 2014, 05:05:45 PM
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It just means all the previous blocks have been confirmed in the last 16+hrs the current block has bean churning away
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Strictly, it's the current round, not the current block.  Many blocks have been solved in the last 16+ hours, just not by anyone in this pool.  When someone, somewhere, solves a block we all start working on the next, and all within the current round, which ends only when somebody in this pool solves a block.
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