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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4381920 times)
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June 24, 2014, 05:13:49 PM
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Time to pencil mod and UC my S1's!  Grin

Where is the link to under clocking an S1?

Here ya go
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=526060.0;all

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June 24, 2014, 05:37:51 PM
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got it,   thanks

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June 24, 2014, 05:38:35 PM
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You bet!

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June 24, 2014, 06:49:29 PM
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WTF? Diff Increase 30%?
some more such increases and i have to sell my S1 Antminers Sad
damn electricity prices.
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June 24, 2014, 11:59:07 PM
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WTF? Diff Increase 30%?
some more such increases and i have to sell my S1 Antminers Sad
damn electricity prices.



dude! haven't you seen what is still to be delivered? network hash rate will probably double by the end of summer.

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June 25, 2014, 09:57:38 AM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

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June 25, 2014, 10:09:27 AM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

Pay less transaction fees

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June 25, 2014, 12:03:41 PM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

Other than it would be approx $6 or less, and that there are no exchanges that will convert it to cash unless you had 10X of them, No, I couldn't think of any.................... OH yeah, maybe patience! Roll Eyes
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June 25, 2014, 02:00:29 PM
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yes, these reasons. and... if you really need your 6 bux a day, maybe try and get a job.
I try to set payout to once a week or once per month.

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June 25, 2014, 02:18:09 PM
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yes, these reasons. and... if you really need your 6 bux a day, maybe try and get a job.
I try to set payout to once a week or once per month.

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June 25, 2014, 02:36:58 PM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

Pay less transaction fees

I'm confused. Isn't it a 2% fee?

If you're charged 2% on a $100 it's $2.00

If you have two transactions of $ 50 each each charge is $1.00 thus the same amount.

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June 25, 2014, 02:54:42 PM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

Pay less transaction fees

I'm confused. Isn't it a 2% fee?

If you're charged 2% on a $100 it's $2.00

If you have two transactions of $ 50 each each charge is $1.00 thus the same amount.



Not having read the entire conversation, I think they are talking about bitcoin network transaction fees, not pool fees. So two tranaction would each cost (hence 2X transaction fees).
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June 25, 2014, 03:09:05 PM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

Pay less transaction fees

I'm confused. Isn't it a 2% fee?

If you're charged 2% on a $100 it's $2.00

If you have two transactions of $ 50 each each charge is $1.00 thus the same amount.



Not having read the entire conversation, I think they are talking about bitcoin network transaction fees, not pool fees. So two tranaction would each cost (hence 2X transaction fees).

Ahhh, gotcha. Thank you.
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June 25, 2014, 04:12:59 PM
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WTF? Diff Increase 30%?
some more such increases and i have to sell my S1 Antminers Sad
damn electricity prices.



dude! haven't you seen what is still to be delivered? network hash rate will probably double by the end of summer.


What do you mean with "what is still to be delivered"?
i knew the high electricity prices in my country are going to kill me (0.24 €/kWh)...  but i didn't expect that fast growing of the network. damn..
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June 25, 2014, 06:41:23 PM
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yes, these reasons. and... if you really need your 6 bux a day, maybe try and get a job.
I try to set payout to once a week or once per month.

I personally have mine set to payout everyday, sometimes more than once in a day, depending the pool luck.
I don't mind paying a few cents in transaction fees to get my BTC sooner as I would rather sit on it in MY wallet than leave it on the pools wallet and something happen to the pool wallet or whatever. Better safe than sorry.

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June 25, 2014, 06:57:40 PM
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yes, these reasons. and... if you really need your 6 bux a day, maybe try and get a job.
I try to set payout to once a week or once per month.

I personally have mine set to payout everyday, sometimes more than once in a day, depending the pool luck.
I don't mind paying a few cents in transaction fees to get my BTC sooner as I would rather sit on it in MY wallet than leave it on the pools wallet and something happen to the pool wallet or whatever. Better safe than sorry.

This... if I had 90 milibtc on slushis and it went down permanetly I wouldn't be happy.
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June 26, 2014, 02:22:13 AM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

Pay less transaction fees

I'm confused. Isn't it a 2% fee?

If you're charged 2% on a $100 it's $2.00

If you have two transactions of $ 50 each each charge is $1.00 thus the same amount.



Not having read the entire conversation, I think they are talking about bitcoin network transaction fees, not pool fees. So two tranaction would each cost (hence 2X transaction fees).

Aren't transaction fees charged to the sender anyway? These would be operational costs for slush coming out of his income (2% fees) wouldn't they?

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June 26, 2014, 03:20:38 AM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

Pay less transaction fees

I'm confused. Isn't it a 2% fee?

If you're charged 2% on a $100 it's $2.00

If you have two transactions of $ 50 each each charge is $1.00 thus the same amount.



Not having read the entire conversation, I think they are talking about bitcoin network transaction fees, not pool fees. So two tranaction would each cost (hence 2X transaction fees).

Aren't transaction fees charged to the sender anyway? These would be operational costs for slush coming out of his income (2% fees) wouldn't they?

Yes, slush will have to pay transaction fees for your payouts.  However, when you try to spend your minimum payout coins, you too will be paying fees.

Bitcoin network fees are based on coin age and the size of your transaction.  Having lots of small inputs will end up costing you more in fees than a few larger inputs.  As a matter of fact, sufficiently large inputs are typically spendable with no fee while still having very fast confirmation times because the transaction will be less than 1 KB and have a high priority due to the number of confirmations on a single large input (meaning it will have very high "age" as part of the calculation for whether a transaction is spam).

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June 26, 2014, 06:35:12 AM
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Is there any reason to not set the payout threshold to the minimum amount?

Pay less transaction fees

I'm confused. Isn't it a 2% fee?

If you're charged 2% on a $100 it's $2.00

If you have two transactions of $ 50 each each charge is $1.00 thus the same amount.



Not having read the entire conversation, I think they are talking about bitcoin network transaction fees, not pool fees. So two tranaction would each cost (hence 2X transaction fees).

Aren't transaction fees charged to the sender anyway? These would be operational costs for slush coming out of his income (2% fees) wouldn't they?

Yes, slush will have to pay transaction fees for your payouts.  However, when you try to spend your minimum payout coins, you too will be paying fees.

Bitcoin network fees are based on coin age and the size of your transaction.  Having lots of small inputs will end up costing you more in fees than a few larger inputs.  As a matter of fact, sufficiently large inputs are typically spendable with no fee while still having very fast confirmation times because the transaction will be less than 1 KB and have a high priority due to the number of confirmations on a single large input (meaning it will have very high "age" as part of the calculation for whether a transaction is spam).


this is why I get larger payouts. I spend most of my BTC and have never paid fees.

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June 26, 2014, 07:05:39 AM
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this is why I get larger payouts. I spend most of my BTC and have never paid fees.

Can you please explain on an example, how exactly you do that?
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