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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4346673 times)
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July 31, 2014, 09:45:01 PM
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A quick question to Slush's.  I am thinking of giving up mining against your pool.  Nothing personal, just with only 2Ghz, it's never really going to be worth the hassle.  I have 0.00308557 BTC reward in my account.  Any way I can get it out?  I would like to have something to show for my time and effort.

Thanks.

Shaun

What if you change your payment threshold to 0.00308557

Would that work? Or is there a minimum threshold?

Also - if you are in NZ I could sell you a 180GH Antminer S1 for cheap Smiley then you could mine up a little faster.
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July 31, 2014, 09:53:59 PM
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A quick question to Slush's.  I am thinking of giving up mining against your pool.  Nothing personal, just with only 2Ghz, it's never really going to be worth the hassle.  I have 0.00308557 BTC reward in my account.  Any way I can get it out?  I would like to have something to show for my time and effort.

Thanks.

Shaun

What if you change your payment threshold to 0.00308557

Would that work? Or is there a minimum threshold?

Also - if you are in NZ I could sell you a 180GH Antminer S1 for cheap Smiley then you could mine up a little faster.
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Then I guess Slush gets to keep anything that get mined and abandoned.  Probably a nice little earner.
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July 31, 2014, 11:09:07 PM
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A quick question to Slush's.  I am thinking of giving up mining against your pool.  Nothing personal, just with only 2Ghz, it's never really going to be worth the hassle.  I have 0.00308557 BTC reward in my account.  Any way I can get it out?  I would like to have something to show for my time and effort.

Thanks.

Shaun

What if you change your payment threshold to 0.00308557

Would that work? Or is there a minimum threshold?

Also - if you are in NZ I could sell you a 180GH Antminer S1 for cheap Smiley then you could mine up a little faster.
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http://support.bitcoin.cz/Knowledgebase/Article/View/11/0/is-here-any-instant-payout-button



Then I guess Slush gets to keep anything that get mined and abandoned.  Probably a nice little earner.

Yeah, your $1.69 is going to make Slush rich!   Grin
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July 31, 2014, 11:59:54 PM
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A quick question to Slush's.  I am thinking of giving up mining against your pool.  Nothing personal, just with only 2Ghz, it's never really going to be worth the hassle.  I have 0.00308557 BTC reward in my account.  Any way I can get it out?  I would like to have something to show for my time and effort.

Thanks.

Shaun

What if you change your payment threshold to 0.00308557

Would that work? Or is there a minimum threshold?

Also - if you are in NZ I could sell you a 180GH Antminer S1 for cheap Smiley then you could mine up a little faster.
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http://support.bitcoin.cz/Knowledgebase/Article/View/11/0/is-here-any-instant-payout-button



Then I guess Slush gets to keep anything that get mined and abandoned.  Probably a nice little earner.

You realize .01 the minimum is only around $5 USD?

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August 01, 2014, 12:54:51 AM
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A quick question to Slush's.  I am thinking of giving up mining against your pool.  Nothing personal, just with only 2Ghz, it's never really going to be worth the hassle.  I have 0.00308557 BTC reward in my account.  Any way I can get it out?  I would like to have something to show for my time and effort.

Thanks.

Shaun

What if you change your payment threshold to 0.00308557

Would that work? Or is there a minimum threshold?

Also - if you are in NZ I could sell you a 180GH Antminer S1 for cheap Smiley then you could mine up a little faster.
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http://support.bitcoin.cz/Knowledgebase/Article/View/11/0/is-here-any-instant-payout-button



Then I guess Slush gets to keep anything that get mined and abandoned.  Probably a nice little earner.

Yeah, your $1.69 is going to make Slush rich!   Grin

I guess he reaaaally knows the value of a dollar Wink.
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August 01, 2014, 12:11:07 PM
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A quick question to Slush's.  I am thinking of giving up mining against your pool.  Nothing personal, just with only 2Ghz, it's never really going to be worth the hassle.  I have 0.00308557 BTC reward in my account.  Any way I can get it out?  I would like to have something to show for my time and effort.

Thanks.

Shaun

What if you change your payment threshold to 0.00308557

Would that work? Or is there a minimum threshold?

Also - if you are in NZ I could sell you a 180GH Antminer S1 for cheap Smiley then you could mine up a little faster.
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http://support.bitcoin.cz/Knowledgebase/Article/View/11/0/is-here-any-instant-payout-button



Then I guess Slush gets to keep anything that get mined and abandoned.  Probably a nice little earner.

You realize .01 the minimum is only around $5. USD?

Hope you would further realize the difficulty in getting that 0.01 BTC (approx $5.93 USD today) converted to "cash" when the typical minimum Conversion amount is 0.1 BTC (approx $59.30 USD). Your $1.83 isn't gonna make Slush break a sweat. He already get 2% of every block resolved (roughly $300 USD) so he smiles everyday on average 6 times per day, and breaks out into serious laughter when the "luck" is running high. But then of course he does have operating expenses that I wouldn't even want to ponder............... so, eh!
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August 01, 2014, 03:41:52 PM
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I see the luck is back in our favour, without any action from anyone. Luck is luck, variance is another matter but playing the varience of pools is as risky as playing the stockmarket.
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August 01, 2014, 05:47:18 PM
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I see the luck is back in our favour, without any action from anyone. Luck is luck, variance is another matter but playing the varience of pools is as risky as playing the stockmarket.
I helped by moving 4 of my miners away. That always seems to help.  Wink
I could move some more away to spit out a few 10 block days.

Hot time, summer in the city, back of my mine getting hot & gritty!!!
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August 01, 2014, 11:15:24 PM
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I see the luck is back in our favour, without any action from anyone. Luck is luck, variance is another matter but playing the varience of pools is as risky as playing the stockmarket.
Indeed this cannot be! How are we to have forum parties together about bad luck and drinking booze to forget our bad luck!? Smiley.

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August 02, 2014, 02:04:32 AM
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luck is luck, serious, many complaints on the bad luck
but 3 short duration in a row.
hurray~~~
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August 02, 2014, 02:14:44 AM
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After the recent glitch in the Slush matrix I decided to move the test miners over to Eligius.  Hardly any change to a regular day on Slush. They're moved back now.  End result was there's not much point going elsewhere. Payout was set to 0.04 minimum and was paid quickly.  Left them with 0.029 in the kitty.

Just stay calm and ride out the rough!

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August 02, 2014, 06:05:07 AM
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hi bigbitmine,
what is the payout for eligius? i moved to eligius when slush hit the 1 day duration but the payout was very small
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August 02, 2014, 01:44:29 PM
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  End result was there's not much point going elsewhere. Payout was set to 0.04 minimum and was paid quickly.  Left them with 0.029 in the kitty.

Just stay calm and ride out the rough!
sure there is, move to ghash and get paid your nmc like you should be. Slush is probably mining them and keeping them for himself as well as charging the pool fee.
So go to ghash get your nmc, ixc, dvc as an added bonus.
If you are in it for the money, I don't see why you wouldn't.

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August 02, 2014, 02:08:06 PM
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Slush is probably mining them and keeping them for himself as well as charging the pool fee.

Proof? Sounds like bullshit and slander to me.

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August 02, 2014, 03:04:26 PM
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Slush is probably mining them and keeping them for himself as well as charging the pool fee.

Proof? Sounds like bullshit and slander to me.
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August 02, 2014, 04:17:00 PM
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hi bigbitmine,
what is the payout for eligius? i moved to eligius when slush hit the 1 day duration but the payout was very small

I ran 2 Antminer S3 and an Antminer S1.  Total hash was approx 1050 GH/s.  Earnings were approx 0.025 per day.  Earnings per block was approx 0.0028.  On Slush the they get about 0.0050 per block.  Slush can "normally" churn out about 5 blocks per day on average so it was similar.  Eligius paid out at 0.044.  They add the request to the payment queue and I got the reward after approx 5-6 hours.

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August 02, 2014, 09:56:07 PM
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hi all, so after week of mining, I am still confused and I am hoping that someone can explain few more things.

So am I reading this right that blocks play critical role in rewards. E.g. if a pool has not found a block for 5 days, then we are all only getting tiny payout? e.g. at 550gh/s I am getting approx 0.0025 for each block found and in last few days we had a good run so there were quite a few. So thats cool. However, if the pool has not found a block for a week lets say, does that mean that all I am getting is the same 0.0025 ? If that is the case, I understand now why ppl are jumping pools but how does the equatino work out over long term if I stay with the pool, does it balance out ? Also, how many blocks on average does Slush's pool find ? Where can I find that statistic?

also regarding the long periods to find a block, if the above is true, then its bit crazy as for example, if I am running a 1THs setup which would chew up approx 900W of power that would equate to $5.40 electricity cost per day but if all I get is 0.0025btc, thats only equal to $1.50 .... so thats why this all confuses me. If someone could explain, that would be great. thanks
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August 02, 2014, 10:22:30 PM
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Me thinks this pool is dying.
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August 02, 2014, 10:37:28 PM
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Here we go again!!!  Another 9 hour minimum.  Time to grit the teeth.

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August 02, 2014, 10:55:54 PM
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hi all, so after week of mining, I am still confused and I am hoping that someone can explain few more things.

So am I reading this right that blocks play critical role in rewards. E.g. if a pool has not found a block for 5 days, then we are all only getting tiny payout? e.g. at 550gh/s I am getting approx 0.0025 for each block found and in last few days we had a good run so there were quite a few. So thats cool. However, if the pool has not found a block for a week lets say, does that mean that all I am getting is the same 0.0025 ? If that is the case, I understand now why ppl are jumping pools but how does the equatino work out over long term if I stay with the pool, does it balance out ? Also, how many blocks on average does Slush's pool find ? Where can I find that statistic?

also regarding the long periods to find a block, if the above is true, then its bit crazy as for example, if I am running a 1THs setup which would chew up approx 900W of power that would equate to $5.40 electricity cost per day but if all I get is 0.0025btc, thats only equal to $1.50 .... so thats why this all confuses me. If someone could explain, that would be great. thanks

You get your share no matter how long it runs.  Holding participants static, then yes every hit will get you the same. Why would it be different.  If it takes 10 people to find something in an hour you split it.  If it takes the same  10 people to find the same thing in five days you split what you found.  In this case a block of 69 TIT.  Doesn't matter how long it takes.
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