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July 24, 2014, 05:37:02 PM
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We have lost over 700,000 Ghash/s in the past week...

If i look at the pools stats ; 4818196.535 Ghash/s

About a week ago was hanging around 5500000 and 5600000 ... not 4800000 like right now..


Well.....I have a Jupiter asic at 550gh....it is kinda sorta hanging in there..but probably I will pull the plug in sept 2014

so...could it be that their are enough asicminer usb/avalon/bfl 65mm stuff etc etc out there that now that Summer
is here ...everyone just said it was not worth the electric bill and hassle and pulled the plug?

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I suspect people are piling into Ghash to fight the wild variance swings.  Cry

And now DiscusFish has enabled English translation, I imagine they're picking up a lot of people interested in PPS.

I like Slush's pool very much but still I couldn't decide where to mine. Can you tell me which pool is better? Slush's or Ghash.io or DiscusFish?
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Been here since March and wouldn't mine anywhere else, other pools are just backup but that is me.  Don't want to start the >50% debate but anywhere but Ghash. Running just shy of 5TH

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July 24, 2014, 06:13:26 PM
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I keep 75% of my miners here and the other 25% (anywhere but ghash.io) for variance. This way when we have a bad day or two at this pool, I still have income from the other. I do think a pool like Discus Fish with PPS is good for a back up pool incase your normal pool goes down. Take from everyone's experience that pool hopping doesn't work with PPLNS & vardiff these days or we would ALL be doing it. This link is a good comparison of some other pools. (Note that they are comparing p2pool NOT p2pool.org)


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=416933.0


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July 24, 2014, 07:57:19 PM
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I have 3 S1's and 2 S3's..

I have all of my S3's on Slushies +1 S1, RAWR 1 TERAHASH.  Then two S1's on peercoin.. lol.
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July 25, 2014, 12:00:26 AM
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Gotta luv it now all the S3's are shipping and the hash rate has normalised,

Conspiracy theory 1, Antminer burn the new units in on slush's pool.

the extra peta doesnt make the rounds go any quicker but the lack of that peta helps with coin in my pocket
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July 25, 2014, 12:17:55 AM
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or so it seems

https://www.buytrezor.com?a=55c37b866c11   well sir, I like it!
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July 25, 2014, 12:25:27 AM
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or so it seems

Perception is everything especially in the land of narcissism I call home.
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July 25, 2014, 12:27:07 AM
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Over the last 38 day it has been an average of 3:53:07 hours per block on Slush's

I can live with that  Smiley
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July 25, 2014, 04:24:35 AM
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I reopened my account to use as a backup, enabled 2FA by scanning the QR code.

But it seems no matter how many times I log out an back in I'm not being asked for a code.

*scratches head*

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July 25, 2014, 04:36:20 AM
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I reopened my account to use as a backup, enabled 2FA by scanning the QR code.

But it seems no matter how many times I log out an back in I'm not being asked for a code.

*scratches head*

If I understand your post correctly,

2FA is for changing the payout address, if set up, not for logging in.
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July 25, 2014, 04:41:23 AM
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I reopened my account to use as a backup, enabled 2FA by scanning the QR code.

But it seems no matter how many times I log out an back in I'm not being asked for a code.

*scratches head*

If I understand your post correctly,

2FA is for changing the payout address, if set up, not for logging in.
Lol, either way 2FA is better served against login IMHO.

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July 25, 2014, 06:05:49 AM
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I reopened my account to use as a backup, enabled 2FA by scanning the QR code.

But it seems no matter how many times I log out an back in I'm not being asked for a code.

*scratches head*

If I understand your post correctly,

2FA is for changing the payout address, if set up, not for logging in.
Lol, either way 2FA is better served against login IMHO.

what can someone do to your login account if they can't change the payout address?
use their miners on your account?  don't seem too bad to me.

https://www.buytrezor.com?a=55c37b866c11   well sir, I like it!
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July 25, 2014, 06:22:39 AM
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I reopened my account to use as a backup, enabled 2FA by scanning the QR code.

But it seems no matter how many times I log out an back in I'm not being asked for a code.

*scratches head*

If I understand your post correctly,

2FA is for changing the payout address, if set up, not for logging in.
Lol, either way 2FA is better served against login IMHO.

what can someone do to your login account if they can't change the payout address?
use their miners on your account?  don't seem too bad to me.
It's a preference, but to put a spin on it.

It's like sure, you can break in to my house... its ok because everything's bolted down so you can't steal anything.

It's the idea of just having someone "inside".

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July 25, 2014, 07:59:44 AM
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I reopened my account to use as a backup, enabled 2FA by scanning the QR code.

But it seems no matter how many times I log out an back in I'm not being asked for a code.

*scratches head*

If I understand your post correctly,

2FA is for changing the payout address, if set up, not for logging in.
Lol, either way 2FA is better served against login IMHO.

what can someone do to your login account if they can't change the payout address?
use their miners on your account?  don't seem too bad to me.
It's a preference, but to put a spin on it.

It's like sure, you can break in to my house... its ok because everything's bolted down so you can't steal anything.

It's the idea of just having someone "inside".

But if they don't steal or break anything how would you know to care. hue hue hue

And "It's the idea of just having someone "inside"." Dats what she said
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July 25, 2014, 12:08:46 PM
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Slush pool is doing great considering the recent difficulty and hash power increases!

And now lots of luck hunters have gone, our find rate will increase - always happens...

Indeed. I tend to "set it and forget it" when it comes to my BTC miners and Slush pool.
So long as they are still mining and being reported on my dashboard, I am cool.

Every pool has their luck, whether good/bad/indifferent, lol.
Patience is a BIG part of mining, even when mining gold, diamonds and platinum...takes time to uncover those rich veins hidden by layers upon layers of rock!

That's my approach now as well.  Never expected to become obsessed or spend so much time on this.  Time is money as well so I need to back off.  Since I started with 30G, moved to 180, now I have 1.2T I am in the honeymoon phase of actually scoring "big" (haha).
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July 25, 2014, 12:41:11 PM
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7 blocks confirming, good to see that again!

General question: How does one graduate from being a 'newbie' ?
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July 25, 2014, 12:56:07 PM
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7 blocks confirming, good to see that again!

General question: How does one graduate from being a 'newbie' ?

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July 25, 2014, 02:39:40 PM
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Slush pool is doing great considering the recent difficulty and hash power increases!

And now lots of luck hunters have gone, our find rate will increase - always happens...

Indeed. I tend to "set it and forget it" when it comes to my BTC miners and Slush pool.
So long as they are still mining and being reported on my dashboard, I am cool.

Every pool has their luck, whether good/bad/indifferent, lol.
Patience is a BIG part of mining, even when mining gold, diamonds and platinum...takes time to uncover those rich veins hidden by layers upon layers of rock!

That's my approach now as well.  Never expected to become obsessed or spend so much time on this.  Time is money as well so I need to back off.  Since I started with 30G, moved to 180, now I have 1.2T I am in the honeymoon phase of actually scoring "big" (haha).

Haha good luck man.  I had much lweor hash last year and I used to make like .01 a day but then it started dwindling to like .0001 per night and then it basically became too frustrating and useless to mine so I gave up.  Just know that your hardware is going to slowly become obsolete and the difficulty will keep going up so don't think the profits will last forever.  Good luck!

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July 25, 2014, 04:03:33 PM
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Slush pool is doing great considering the recent difficulty and hash power increases!

And now lots of luck hunters have gone, our find rate will increase - always happens...

Indeed. I tend to "set it and forget it" when it comes to my BTC miners and Slush pool.
So long as they are still mining and being reported on my dashboard, I am cool.

Every pool has their luck, whether good/bad/indifferent, lol.
Patience is a BIG part of mining, even when mining gold, diamonds and platinum...takes time to uncover those rich veins hidden by layers upon layers of rock!

That's my approach now as well.  Never expected to become obsessed or spend so much time on this.  Time is money as well so I need to back off.  Since I started with 30G, moved to 180, now I have 1.2T I am in the honeymoon phase of actually scoring "big" (haha).


     As with your regular job, you have to continually grow your capabilities or the office will quickly outpace your salary, with mining you need to continually grow your equipment (read “hash rate”) or the pool will quickly outpace your rewards. If you sit with the same equipment you had last year at this time, you find yourself wondering if your electric bill will get paid. Slush has grown from 850 TH/s to topping 5 PH/s since February. The only way to keep your reward constant is to grow your mining farm at the same rate. If you had 10 GH/s capability in February, you would need 60 GH/s today just to get the same reward. The only way to grow your earnings is to outpace the pool. If you wanted ten times the February reward, today you would need 600 GH/s mining capability. It’s easy math, and it just requires you to justify the cash outlay for the equipment, but like gambling, you don’t want to put any more money into the venture than you can honestly afford. Fortunately, the equipment manufacturers are making the possibility of faster mining equipment more financially feasibly.
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July 25, 2014, 04:38:51 PM
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7 blocks confirming, good to see that again!

General question: How does one graduate from being a 'newbie' ?

Nice to hear! See this post : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178608.0 . Full details about the status is there. Try not to post such questions here. Smiley
Kindly,
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July 25, 2014, 06:54:30 PM
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Slush pool is doing great considering the recent difficulty and hash power increases!

And now lots of luck hunters have gone, our find rate will increase - always happens...

Indeed. I tend to "set it and forget it" when it comes to my BTC miners and Slush pool.
So long as they are still mining and being reported on my dashboard, I am cool.

Every pool has their luck, whether good/bad/indifferent, lol.
Patience is a BIG part of mining, even when mining gold, diamonds and platinum...takes time to uncover those rich veins hidden by layers upon layers of rock!

That's my approach now as well.  Never expected to become obsessed or spend so much time on this.  Time is money as well so I need to back off.  Since I started with 30G, moved to 180, now I have 1.2T I am in the honeymoon phase of actually scoring "big" (haha).

Haha good luck man.  I had much lweor hash last year and I used to make like .01 a day but then it started dwindling to like .0001 per night and then it basically became too frustrating and useless to mine so I gave up.  Just know that your hardware is going to slowly become obsolete and the difficulty will keep going up so don't think the profits will last forever.  Good luck!

I hear ya, haven't seen my electric bill yet but getting about .006 a day so this may end up as a hobby, thanks, as I could easily get wrapped up obsessed with more power, probably end the expense here.
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