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July 31, 2014, 04:45:51 AM
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Oh, sorry for you, body. Where do you live? And how much you pay per KB, if I can ask?
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July 31, 2014, 04:49:11 AM
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Oh, sorry for you, body. Where do you live? And how much you pay per KB, if I can ask?
IPS is chinatelecom, 12GB per year, about 20 US$.
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July 31, 2014, 05:07:22 AM
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Oh, sorry for you, body. Where do you live? And how much you pay per KB, if I can ask?
IPS is chinatelecom, 12GB per year, about 20 US$.

$20 a year, not bad at all Smiley

Just put 256 in miners settings, vardiff will work.
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July 31, 2014, 12:28:15 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

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July 31, 2014, 02:15:07 PM
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OK I argued for not panicking about the bad pool luck but now its time to move along, because maybe it is something else after all. Can't hang around for days waiting to see if and what it might be. I'll be back!

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July 31, 2014, 03:13:19 PM
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OK I argued for not panicking about the bad pool luck but now its time to move along, because maybe it is something else after all. Can't hang around for days waiting to see if and what it might be. I'll be back!



If you understood the concept of luck you would realise the futility of your comments. Don't panic!
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July 31, 2014, 03:19:50 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

.003 isn't really worth a lot so don't expect a reply. The best you could do is to give your account to someone to mine it up to .02 so it can be withdrawn, then hope they send you the .003.
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July 31, 2014, 03:31:58 PM
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thank god another 15:49:05 duration gone. 4 days average 2 payout, let's hope it recovers.
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July 31, 2014, 04:40:00 PM
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BREAK THE MOJO DEAL

I have a great record for getting slush out of a rut!
I'm 3 out of the last 3:
Last time I moved my miners away, slush pool found 9 blocks the following day
Time before that when I moved my miners away, slush pool found 10 blocks following day
Time before that when I moved my miners away, slush pool found 9 blocks following day

Anybody willing to pay for this service if I can again deliver 8+ blocks per day?

For 0.05% of profits from daily blocks above 8, 9, and 10 I'll move! Cheap!

No payment if slush makes fewer than 8 blocks in one UTC day or for blocks beyond number 10.




Hot time, summer in the city, back of my mine getting hot & gritty!!!
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July 31, 2014, 04:41:03 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

.003 isn't really worth a lot so don't expect a reply. The best you could do is to give your account to someone to mine it up to .02 so it can be withdrawn, then hope they send you the .003.

.01 is the min payout - but you might get some luck from slush by raising a ticket on his facebook page. It's unlikely he will respond here.

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July 31, 2014, 05:04:34 PM
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If you understood the concept of luck you would realise the futility of your comments. Don't panic!

Thing is you really do not know when something is just bad luck or not....! When there is a fire burning under my butt I do get up at some point and move away, you prefer to keep sitting thats your choice ;-)

anywho, I pointed some of my hash power over to ghash.io yesterday and have been getting steady payouts. not to say i won't go back to slush soon. it's all good fun in the end.
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July 31, 2014, 05:14:42 PM
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About the best you can do is to spread your hashing power with 2,3 or 4 pools to reduce your risks associated with variance.

If you like Slush's pool or any other one that is great, but to just mine one pool is not the smartest thing to do. This is especially true when it comes to smaller pools!

If you are to small to diversify, then you need to go with a large pool.

Small pools when they get to small have no choice but to somehow increase their has rate or shut down.

I remember give-me-coins.com shut down the "BitCoin" mining pool they were running as it was just to small.

I use to mine litecoin and feathercoin with them. A very nice smaller pool.

The problem is they start a pool, and most stop development. They don't really want to put any more money or time into development.

Some people don't like GHash.io because they are so large, but I feel the reason they are so large is because they have a great platform. I am confident that they have put in extreme amounts of cash and labor and it shows.

Hard work pays off.

I know Slush could have just as good a platform if he tried, but I have not seen anything change here really. (In a very, very long time.)

How much more do you think a pool could make if they went from 5 to 35 petahash and stayed at 2% fees. I bet they make a lot more :-)



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July 31, 2014, 05:15:40 PM
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I use GHash.IO sometimes too but it makes me feel guilty. Not sure why, but feels like I'm helping to feed a monster.

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July 31, 2014, 05:45:02 PM
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About the best you can do is to spread your hashing power with 2,3 or 4 pools to reduce your risks associated with variance.

If you like Slush's pool or any other one that is great, but to just mine one pool is not the smartest thing to do. This is especially true when it comes to smaller pools!

If you are to small to diversify, then you need to go with a large pool.

Small pools when they get to small have no choice but to somehow increase their has rate or shut down.

I remember give-me-coins.com shut down the "BitCoin" mining pool they were running as it was just to small.

I use to mine litecoin and feathercoin with them. A very nice smaller pool.

The problem is they start a pool, and most stop development. They don't really want to put any more money or time into development.

Some people don't like GHash.io because they are so large, but I feel the reason they are so large is because they have a great platform. I am confident that they have put in extreme amounts of cash and labor and it shows.

Hard work pays off.

I know Slush could have just as good a platform if he tried, but I have not seen anything change here really. (In a very, very long
time.)

How much more do you think a pool could make if they went from 5 to 35 petahash and stayed at 2% fees. I bet they make a lot more :-)





Great job on the varience/luck info, but understand Ghash.io is so big because they own most of the hardware mining there. That's why people don't like them. It doesn't have anything to do with platforms. Slush for the most part created pooled mining and the stratum proxy we have to use for asics and is now putting out the wallet that will launch bitcoin to a whole new level. Anyway, all this is actually a complement to you for your post, I just got a little side tracked.

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July 31, 2014, 09:21:42 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, 09:45:01 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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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.

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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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