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October 02, 2014, 01:26:01 AM
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and I can ask if he meant $130 when they are selling for under $80 on ebay...
  The odd thing is to get all angry cuz someone noted they are much cheaper somewhere else...
When u r buying its ok but when u r selling its OMG no u dint!

Loo EXACTLY.

And if people would read first.... It usually says.    "Mssg me to work something out".  Yet people just complain and complain about ur cost or offer or w.e



This is another reason iblove slush.      Respect.  And care  some of u have.... And lots ofnit

Well I've been buying loads of S1's on ebay for next to nothing.  Fed up waiting for Bitmain to produce batch 10.  Plus 4 S1's for £160 gives me much more hashing compared to S3 cost.  Power is not an issue before anyone mentions it.  The main issue I have I they're VERY noisy compared to S3.

OMG! How dare you mention S1's are next to nothing on ebay... when someone is trying to sell them in this thread, and selling them quite well, and more selling right now as I type!  regardless of your inconsiderate mentions of proper prices.
How uncaring and unprofessional of you! I mean it is ok to bash bitmain for charging too much but if u note someone is seeking 2x todays prices then OMG OMG... red face angry man time
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Yeah I could load up on tons of S1's in my server room but I would put the circuits at too much of a load... sigh!
that is why I went with upgrade kits. although I probably should have just got s3's and sold the s1's even though I would only get around $75 for them at the time... but it is good to know people here will pay $130+

and BTW, I moved some stuff back here so we are going to have 10 hour blocks again. SIGH...
I was staring at it last night and went to do something else, come back check and block block block... each time oh well

LMAO

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October 02, 2014, 03:14:50 AM
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You guys kill me Cheesy "We are Slush, we do not forgive, we do not forget".

Listen: meat beat manifesto ~ Edge of no control (pt.1)
Read:"He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past." ~ George Orwell
Think: http://unenumerated.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-dawn-of-trustworthy-computing.html
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October 02, 2014, 06:18:54 AM
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You guys kill me Cheesy "We are Slush, we do not forgive, we do not forget".

I was just having fun and i get slammed from several people so yup i dont forget.

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October 02, 2014, 03:18:16 PM
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My Hash is (a whopping) 6.63 GH/s however on the my account in Slush it is only: Total average hash rate in last 60 minutes: 4.309 Ghash/s

Is this normal?  It's been like this for weeks, but I just bothered to check.  I have two antminers and a bunch of old Block erupters.  They are connected to a Raspberry pi with three hubs.  Would I need to separate them out as different miners to get them to work? They worked at "full power" until I added a second antminer.

Thanks!
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October 02, 2014, 03:34:24 PM
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My Hash is (a whopping) 6.63 GH/s however on the my account in Slush it is only: Total average hash rate in last 60 minutes: 4.309 Ghash/s

Is this normal?  It's been like this for weeks, but I just bothered to check.  I have two antminers and a bunch of old Block erupters.  They are connected to a Raspberry pi with three hubs.  Would I need to separate them out as different miners to get them to work? They worked at "full power" until I added a second antminer.

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I would have to say probably a lack of power.  What kind of hubs / Power adapter amperage do you have?

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October 02, 2014, 03:41:56 PM
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My Hash is (a whopping) 6.63 GH/s however on the my account in Slush it is only: Total average hash rate in last 60 minutes: 4.309 Ghash/s

Is this normal?  It's been like this for weeks, but I just bothered to check.  I have two antminers and a bunch of old Block erupters.  They are connected to a Raspberry pi with three hubs.  Would I need to separate them out as different miners to get them to work? They worked at "full power" until I added a second antminer.

Thanks!

I would have to say probably a lack of power.  What kind of hubs / Power adapter amperage do you have?

JT

I have 2 D-Link DUB-H7 High Speed 7-Port Hubs and 1 generic 7 port powered usb hub.  But Minepeon shows the hashing speed okay, Slush does not.  Would a lack of power do that?  I would think it would my hashing power would show low on my Minepeone status screen also if it was the hub.
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October 02, 2014, 03:54:58 PM
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My Hash is (a whopping) 6.63 GH/s however on the my account in Slush it is only: Total average hash rate in last 60 minutes: 4.309 Ghash/s

Is this normal?  It's been like this for weeks, but I just bothered to check.  I have two antminers and a bunch of old Block erupters.  They are connected to a Raspberry pi with three hubs.  Would I need to separate them out as different miners to get them to work? They worked at "full power" until I added a second antminer.

Thanks!

what is your hash rate saying at your devices though...
Block eruptors dont mine slower from lack of power. the hub fries from lack of power...
you can also try updating the cgminer or bfgminer u r using....
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October 02, 2014, 04:00:07 PM
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You guys kill me Cheesy "We are Slush, we do not forgive, we do not forget".

I was just having fun and i get slammed from several people so yup i dont forget.

JT


Odd, cuz I have no clue who was attempting to sell the over priced S1's. BUT I sure will keep mentioning it...
im sure they google'd me pretty heavily to get REVENGE!  RED ANGER!

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October 02, 2014, 05:02:22 PM
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My Hash is (a whopping) 6.63 GH/s however on the my account in Slush it is only: Total average hash rate in last 60 minutes: 4.309 Ghash/s
The figure on the web site is only an estimate, back-calculated from the shares submitted.  As the minimum difficulty threshold set by the pool is now 8, which is a bit high for your hash rate (probably 2-3 would be better), it could be that you are effectively under-performing.  That is, where on a setting of 2 you might submit 6 shares and be credited with 12 (6x2), on the higher setting for the same period you may be submitting only 1 share and being credited with 8, even though your farm (vegetable plot?) is working just as hard.

I also find that at certain times of day the peak loading on the internet can slow everything down, with a noticeable effect on my results.

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October 02, 2014, 05:24:04 PM
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My Hash is (a whopping) 6.63 GH/s however on the my account in Slush it is only: Total average hash rate in last 60 minutes: 4.309 Ghash/s
The figure on the web site is only an estimate, back-calculated from the shares submitted.  As the minimum difficulty threshold set by the pool is now 8, which is a bit high for your hash rate (probably 2-3 would be better), it could be that you are effectively under-performing.  That is, where on a setting of 2 you might submit 6 shares and be credited with 12 (6x2), on the higher setting for the same period you may be submitting only 1 share and being credited with 8, even though your farm (vegetable plot?) is working just as hard.

I also find that at certain times of day the peak loading on the internet can slow everything down, with a noticeable effect on my results.

So I just need more power.
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October 02, 2014, 07:46:15 PM
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So I just need more power.
Aye.  So do I, as I have only a little more than you and sometimes see the same thing.  I'm waiting for the next batch of S3+ to be released, when I might consider investing my accumulated BTC, as I don't seem to be using them for anything else.

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October 03, 2014, 04:51:09 AM
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So I just need more power.
Aye.  So do I, as I have only a little more than you and sometimes see the same thing.  I'm waiting for the next batch of S3+ to be released, when I might consider investing my accumulated BTC, as I don't seem to be using them for anything else.
I think Blockchain.info is having a ddos attack wallets are acting very funny atm can't get 2fa to come thru hit or miss logging in on smartphone etc

BTC ADDY just in case you are my rich uncle lol 1GmrgmiAWKA4yXuo4JECxyvzzjnBEtGwwL
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October 03, 2014, 05:21:52 AM
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Forgive my ignorance, but is the pool1 password (in the AntMiner S3 settings) the same as the login password I created for the Slush's pool website or is it different as in the "x" shown in the password box on the account stats?
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October 03, 2014, 05:23:59 AM
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The pool password can be anything now. That's why the x is where the password used to be. As long as your worker name is correct, you can put anything as the password and it will work.

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October 03, 2014, 05:34:25 AM
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The pool password can be anything now. That's why the x is where the password used to be. As long as your worker name is correct, you can put anything as the password and it will work.
thanks.
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October 03, 2014, 10:27:14 AM
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I think Blockchain.info is having a ddos attack wallets are acting very funny atm can't get 2fa to come thru hit or miss logging in on smartphone etc

Blockchain working normally for me.
Only the difficulty graph at https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty is not being updated for the last couple of hours.
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October 03, 2014, 10:27:55 AM
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Looks like the graphs are not showing the correct values for the last days (by counting the stats). Anyone else experiencing the same?
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October 04, 2014, 02:55:39 AM
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I think Blockchain.info is having a ddos attack wallets are acting very funny atm can't get 2fa to come thru hit or miss logging in on smartphone etc

Blockchain working normally for me.
Only the difficulty graph at https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty is not being updated for the last couple of hours.


My Blockchain wallet is saying that my BTC is worth -$0.16. Something has gone wrong.

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October 04, 2014, 03:23:17 AM
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Has anybody seen what's been happening to the BTC price lately?  Yikes!!
Does anyone have any theories as to why this is happening?
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October 04, 2014, 03:40:18 AM
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Has anybody seen what's been happening to the BTC price lately?  Yikes!!
Does anyone have any theories as to why this is happening?

Was a bunch of sell offs today, it had gotten down to 338 but seems to be holding around 350 lately. Biggest question is "how low will it go" ?

BTC ADDRESS: 12Qwd8VKLQ4xF44ytHXBpCAKuF9VknG4X2
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