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October 23, 2014, 03:09:11 AM
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I'm pleased to find my power was cheaper than I previously thought.

Rate Schedule:  Alabama Power

Summer (June-Sept)                  Winter (Oct-May)
Base Charge   $14.50          Base Charge   $14.50
First 1000 kWH   $0.077823   First 750 kWH   $0.077823
Over 1000 kWH   $0.080352   Over 750 kWH   $0.065823

I did the math after taxes on my power bill.  It ends up being roughly .12 per kWH.  The .12 per kWH was based on June through September.  Should be cheaper on the next bill which begins October through May.

They penalize me more in the summer if I use MORE than 1000 kWH and actually encourage me to use more in the winter if I use more than 750 kWH.

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

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October 23, 2014, 03:52:59 AM
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I'm pleased to find my power was cheaper than I previously thought.

Rate Schedule:  Alabama Power

Summer (June-Sept)                  Winter (Oct-May)
Base Charge   $14.50          Base Charge   $14.50
First 1000 kWH   $0.077823   First 750 kWH   $0.077823
Over 1000 kWH   $0.080352   Over 750 kWH   $0.065823

I did the math after taxes on my power bill.  It ends up being roughly .12 per kWH.  The .12 per kWH was based on June through September.  Should be cheaper on the next bill which begins October through May.

They penalize me more in the summer if I use MORE than 1000 kWH and actually encourage me to use more in the winter if I use more than 750 kWH.

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

Shit man my electric bill was $391 last month and that wasnt from miners.  All my miners are at my office and my boss pays that bill.

JT
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October 23, 2014, 04:12:23 AM
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I'm pleased to find my power was cheaper than I previously thought.

Rate Schedule:  Alabama Power

Summer (June-Sept)                  Winter (Oct-May)
Base Charge   $14.50          Base Charge   $14.50
First 1000 kWH   $0.077823   First 750 kWH   $0.077823
Over 1000 kWH   $0.080352   Over 750 kWH   $0.065823

I did the math after taxes on my power bill.  It ends up being roughly .12 per kWH.  The .12 per kWH was based on June through September.  Should be cheaper on the next bill which begins October through May.

They penalize me more in the summer if I use MORE than 1000 kWH and actually encourage me to use more in the winter if I use more than 750 kWH.

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

Shit man my electric bill was $391 last month and that wasnt from miners.  All my miners are at my office and my boss pays that bill.

JT

My power bill for August 18 to September 17 was 278.10 and that was NOT with mining.  I started mining September 22nd.  So, I'm curious what the power bill will be.  It should come in the mail any day now.  Also, that was not a full month of mining; AND I started out with 10 S3's on the 22nd and ended up with 16 S3's 2.5 weeks after that.

So, I really will not know what to expect on power bill till the month after this month's bill.  I still know it should not be as bad as many others who pay .15 per kWH.

My business is headquartered at home.  I train telephone technicians for CenturyLink.  I'm a contractor.  My wife is an accountant and works downtown in Birmingham.  I don't have the luxury of setting up mining rigs at another business somewhere.  I actually like having them here at the house so I can tend to them if needed.  Also, my 3 year old son is here at the house with me.  It's nice being with him.  He stays with my parents or my wife's parents when I travel out of town to train telephone technicians.

I have a static IP at the house.  So, I can connect to my mining rigs when I'm out of town if needed.  I can see my rigs and other parts of the house on webcams as well via the static IP while I'm away.  I just don't have the luxury of doing something with them physically if needed.

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October 23, 2014, 04:16:39 AM
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I'm pleased to find my power was cheaper than I previously thought.

Rate Schedule:  Alabama Power

Summer (June-Sept)                  Winter (Oct-May)
Base Charge   $14.50          Base Charge   $14.50
First 1000 kWH   $0.077823   First 750 kWH   $0.077823
Over 1000 kWH   $0.080352   Over 750 kWH   $0.065823

I did the math after taxes on my power bill.  It ends up being roughly .12 per kWH.  The .12 per kWH was based on June through September.  Should be cheaper on the next bill which begins October through May.

They penalize me more in the summer if I use MORE than 1000 kWH and actually encourage me to use more in the winter if I use more than 750 kWH.

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

Shit man my electric bill was $391 last month and that wasnt from miners.  All my miners are at my office and my boss pays that bill.

JT

How many mining rigs do you have located at work and what kind of rigs are they?

I will eventually have 23.7 TH/s total; if not more.  With 16 S3's and 8 S4's I will be consuming approximately 16,500 watts (16.5 kW) per hour just from the rigs.  That does not include the AC, fridge, TV's, etc.

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October 23, 2014, 04:47:56 AM
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I'm pleased to find my power was cheaper than I previously thought.

Rate Schedule:  Alabama Power

Summer (June-Sept)                  Winter (Oct-May)
Base Charge   $14.50          Base Charge   $14.50
First 1000 kWH   $0.077823   First 750 kWH   $0.077823
Over 1000 kWH   $0.080352   Over 750 kWH   $0.065823

I did the math after taxes on my power bill.  It ends up being roughly .12 per kWH.  The .12 per kWH was based on June through September.  Should be cheaper on the next bill which begins October through May.

They penalize me more in the summer if I use MORE than 1000 kWH and actually encourage me to use more in the winter if I use more than 750 kWH.

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

Shit man my electric bill was $391 last month and that wasnt from miners.  All my miners are at my office and my boss pays that bill.

JT

How many mining rigs do you have located at work and what kind of rigs are they?

I will eventually have 23.7 TH/s total; if not more.  With 16 S3's and 8 S4's I will be consuming approximately 16,500 watts (16.5 kW) per hour just from the rigs.  That does not include the AC, fridge, TV's, etc.

I currently have a couple 3rd gen Avalon's, 6 S3's, 16 S1's so around 8TH. Looking to upgrade or buy more S3's. I'm an IT manager for a CNC manufacturing firm.  One day I asked for a raise and my boss couldn't at the time, so I asked him if he would host my miners in exchange for the raise and he agreed. So I have a 12x12 room with ac and 4 30 amp 220v outlets all to my lonesome. I think I got the better deal.

JT
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October 23, 2014, 05:03:07 AM
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I'm pleased to find my power was cheaper than I previously thought.

Rate Schedule:  Alabama Power

Summer (June-Sept)                  Winter (Oct-May)
Base Charge   $14.50          Base Charge   $14.50
First 1000 kWH   $0.077823   First 750 kWH   $0.077823
Over 1000 kWH   $0.080352   Over 750 kWH   $0.065823

I did the math after taxes on my power bill.  It ends up being roughly .12 per kWH.  The .12 per kWH was based on June through September.  Should be cheaper on the next bill which begins October through May.

They penalize me more in the summer if I use MORE than 1000 kWH and actually encourage me to use more in the winter if I use more than 750 kWH.

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

Shit man my electric bill was $391 last month and that wasnt from miners.  All my miners are at my office and my boss pays that bill.

JT

How many mining rigs do you have located at work and what kind of rigs are they?

I will eventually have 23.7 TH/s total; if not more.  With 16 S3's and 8 S4's I will be consuming approximately 16,500 watts (16.5 kW) per hour just from the rigs.  That does not include the AC, fridge, TV's, etc.

I currently have a couple 3rd gen Avalon's, 6 S3's, 16 S1's so around 8TH. Looking to upgrade or buy more S3's. I'm an IT manager for a CNC manufacturing firm.  One day I asked for a raise and my boss couldn't at the time, so I asked him if he would host my miners in exchange for the raise and he agreed. So I have a 12x12 room with ac and 4 30 amp 220v outlets all to my lonesome. I think I got the better deal.

JT

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You need to make him REALLY give you a raise by surprising him one day with double what you have right now.  He might be surprised with the power bill.

How's the stability of those 3rd gen Avalon's?

Do you like them more than the S3's?

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October 23, 2014, 06:23:42 AM
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Bitcoin Difficulty:   35,002,482,026
Estimated Next Difficulty:   36,047,573,559 (+2.99%)
Adjust time:   After 17 Blocks, About 2.8 hours
Hashrate(?):   261,934,890 GH/s
Block Generation Time(?):   
1 block: 9.7 minutes
3 blocks: 29.1 minutes
6 blocks: 58.3 minutes
Updated:   1:19 (3.5 minutes ago)

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October 23, 2014, 08:28:49 AM
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I currently have a couple 3rd gen Avalon's, 6 S3's, 16 S1's so around 8TH. Looking to upgrade or buy more S3's. I'm an IT manager for a CNC manufacturing firm.  One day I asked for a raise and my boss couldn't at the time, so I asked him if he would host my miners in exchange for the raise and he agreed. So I have a 12x12 room with ac and 4 30 amp 220v outlets all to my lonesome. I think I got the better deal.

JT

That's a sweet raise.

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October 23, 2014, 09:37:22 AM
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Bitcoin Difficulty:   35,002,482,026
Estimated Next Difficulty:   36,047,573,559 (+2.99%)
Adjust time:   After 17 Blocks, About 2.8 hours
Hashrate(?):   261,934,890 GH/s
Block Generation Time(?):   
1 block: 9.7 minutes
3 blocks: 29.1 minutes
6 blocks: 58.3 minutes
Updated:   1:19 (3.5 minutes ago)


Actual Difficulty rise was to 35985640265, which is about 3% - very close to your prediction!

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October 23, 2014, 11:55:08 AM
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I'm pleased to find my power was cheaper than I previously thought.

Rate Schedule:  Alabama Power

Summer (June-Sept)                  Winter (Oct-May)
Base Charge   $14.50          Base Charge   $14.50
First 1000 kWH   $0.077823   First 750 kWH   $0.077823
Over 1000 kWH   $0.080352   Over 750 kWH   $0.065823

I did the math after taxes on my power bill.  It ends up being roughly .12 per kWH.  The .12 per kWH was based on June through September.  Should be cheaper on the next bill which begins October through May.

They penalize me more in the summer if I use MORE than 1000 kWH and actually encourage me to use more in the winter if I use more than 750 kWH.

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

Shit man my electric bill was $391 last month and that wasnt from miners.  All my miners are at my office and my boss pays that bill.

JT

How many mining rigs do you have located at work and what kind of rigs are they?

I will eventually have 23.7 TH/s total; if not more.  With 16 S3's and 8 S4's I will be consuming approximately 16,500 watts (16.5 kW) per hour just from the rigs.  That does not include the AC, fridge, TV's, etc.

I currently have a couple 3rd gen Avalon's, 6 S3's, 16 S1's so around 8TH. Looking to upgrade or buy more S3's. I'm an IT manager for a CNC manufacturing firm.  One day I asked for a raise and my boss couldn't at the time, so I asked him if he would host my miners in exchange for the raise and he agreed. So I have a 12x12 room with ac and 4 30 amp 220v outlets all to my lonesome. I think I got the better deal.

JT

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You need to make him REALLY give you a raise by surprising him one day with double what you have right now.  He might be surprised with the power bill.

How's the stability of those 3rd gen Avalon's?

Do you like them more than the S3's?

I love the Avalon's they are stable as hell allot more than the bitmains. The interfaces are about the same but a Lil more refined on the Avalon i think anyway. But they are a Lil power hungry and louder than a 747. 

Our power bills are about 9-15 k a month anyway and that's with .05 kWh so they really don't care.

JT
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October 23, 2014, 01:58:13 PM
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I love the Avalon's they are stable as hell allot more than the bitmains. The interfaces are about the same but a Lil more refined on the Avalon i think anyway. But they are a Lil power hungry and louder than a 747.  

Our power bills are about 9-15 k a month anyway and that's with .05 kWh so they really don't care.

JT

Thanks for your opinion on the Avalon's.  I'm doing research on them now.

My 8 inch exhaust fan comes in today via UPS.  That means more work to do on my data closet.

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I love the Avalon's they are stable as hell allot more than the bitmains. The interfaces are about the same but a Lil more refined on the Avalon i think anyway. But they are a Lil power hungry and louder than a 747.  

Our power bills are about 9-15 k a month anyway and that's with .05 kWh so they really don't care.

JT

Thanks for your opinion on the Avalon's.  I'm doing research on them now.

My 8 inch exhaust fan comes in today via UPS.  That means more work to do on my data closet.

The one thing i do absolutely love about the Avalon's is that you can overclock on the fly.  Say its winter and my server room is on the cold side i can go into the ip overclock it and im done.  Dont have to go through putty etc.  I got a really good deal on 2 full Avalon Suit's only reason i have them.  But i do have to say i love them.

Yeah have fun with putting the fan in.  I just pulled a ceiling tile out and put in 2 box fans lol.

JT
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I love the Avalon's they are stable as hell allot more than the bitmains. The interfaces are about the same but a Lil more refined on the Avalon i think anyway. But they are a Lil power hungry and louder than a 747.  

Our power bills are about 9-15 k a month anyway and that's with .05 kWh so they really don't care.

JT

Thanks for your opinion on the Avalon's.  I'm doing research on them now.

My 8 inch exhaust fan comes in today via UPS.  That means more work to do on my data closet.

The one thing i do absolutely love about the Avalon's is that you can overclock on the fly.  Say its winter and my server room is on the cold side i can go into the ip overclock it and im done.  Dont have to go through putty etc.  I got a really good deal on 2 full Avalon Suit's only reason i have them.  But i do have to say i love them.

Yeah have fun with putting the fan in.  I just pulled a ceiling tile out and put in 2 box fans lol.

JT

WOW!!!

Yeah, I would have to get a good deal on those to buy them.  I don't doubt their stability and reliability but DAMN they are expensive!  LOL

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October 23, 2014, 06:13:23 PM
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How is it that "1 Day Luck" was at 52% at about the 11th hour into this block and now it is at 104% at the 15th hour into this same block?

Are we finding blocks that we are not seeing [two more] that would send us to 104% for 1 Day Luck?

If someone tries to say 104% is for the last 24 hour period, they are wrong by that calculation as well.  Also, I KNOW I saw 52% at the 11th hour.

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How is it that "1 Day Luck" was at 52% at about the 11th hour into this block and now it is at 104% at the 15th hour into this same block?

Are we finding blocks that we are not seeing [two more] that would send us to 104% for 1 Day Luck?

If someone tries to say 104% is for the last 24 hour period, they are wrong by that calculation as well.
The luck went up because the 19 hour block 326328 dropped off the 24 chart. The luck doesn't include the current block, so it's not updated in realtime. I believe it is the pool luck for the 24 hours preceding the start of the current block, but I'm not 100% sure on that.
Hence why in the previous discussion on difficulty why I said I wasn't sure with Slush. The calculation for luck as difficulty/shares is trivially easy, but it's not immediately apparent what timeframe slush looks at since it's not updated in realtime.
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October 23, 2014, 07:13:05 PM
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That would make more sense to me.

Thank you!

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How is it that "1 Day Luck" was at 52% at about the 11th hour into this block and now it is at 104% at the 15th hour into this same block?

Are we finding blocks that we are not seeing [two more] that would send us to 104% for 1 Day Luck?

If someone tries to say 104% is for the last 24 hour period, they are wrong by that calculation as well.
The luck went up because the 19 hour block 326328 dropped off the 24 chart. The luck doesn't include the current block, so it's not updated in realtime. I believe it is the pool luck for the 24 hours preceding the start of the current block, but I'm not 100% sure on that.
Hence why in the previous discussion on difficulty why I said I wasn't sure with Slush. The calculation for luck as difficulty/shares is trivially easy, but it's not immediately apparent what timeframe slush looks at since it's not updated in realtime.

No, it does not make sense after looking at it more.

You said 24 hours "preceding the start of the current block."

The current block at that time was the one I high lighted in blue. We were 15 hours into it when I posted this in the forum.

Count the hours before that block by just looking at when the block was found [high lighted in green from the 19 hour block and the 7 hour 50 minute block from date 10/21/2014 to 10/22/2014.  THAT is when the block was FOUND for each of those blocks.  The 16 hour 26 minute block was found well into 20/23/2014 [almost a full 48 hours from that 19 hour block.

ALSO:  24 hours from the beginning of that block in discussion where the luck changed from 52% to 104% is highlighted in purple.

22997   2014-10-23 19:42:49   16:26:51   111496217152   101036274  0.01998294   326661   25.15691386   79 confirmations left
22996   2014-10-23 03:15:58   2:00:10   13659371794   12445010    0.02250698   326559   25.04462995   confirmed
22995   2014-10-23 01:15:48   5:08:14   34443220190   31684740    0.02213125   326547   25.13387705   confirmed
22994   2014-10-22 20:07:34   7:50:27   52866271563   48021070    0.02191315   326516   25.11536340   confirmed
22993   2014-10-22 12:17:07   9:04:42   60590855696   56001130    0.02321977   326459   25.04656126   confirmed
22992   2014-10-22 03:12:25   7:11:35   49118198933   44347412    0.02230260   326403   25.08423240   confirmed
22991   2014-10-21 20:00:50   2:36:33   17929014931   15894990    0.02178437   326341   25.17831095   confirmed
22990   2014-10-21 17:24:17   19:05:23   131276931588   117224096  0.02225403   326328   25.15150823   confirmed

Again, you said 24 hours (1 day - as in 1 Day Luck) preceding the start of the current block.  If that is the case, you simply go by WHEN the block prior to that one was found: 2014-10-23 03:15:58   2:00:10.  Make note it is the 23rd Day of October.

24 hours before that block would have fallen on the 22nd day of October for the block found 2014-10-22 03:12:25.

So, NO, it still does not make sense.

Sorry, if fishy things would not occur in math [pretty much a universal language] then those who participate would not think something fishy is going on.

People can criticize me all they want to.  I learn fast and I analyze everything.  If I ever see what I think is an error, I ask questions instead of being herded around like sheep.

That's just me.

I'm sure what I'm typing right now is being analyzed by moderators.  The moderators are the ones I'm concerned about.  They are the shepherds and we are the sheep.

Any problems with me asking questions?

You would be asking questions if you have experienced things I have experienced.

For instance.  The other night I navigated over to BTCGuild.  All of a sudden my fan in my laptop starts blowing real hard to do some serious cooling.  I'm like, that's not good.  So, I went to my activity monitor in my Mac and saw BTC Guild in Safari was using 99% of my CPU.  WHY?  I believe it was to use my laptop to hash.  

I send the owner of the guild a PM telling him about it and 10 to 15 minutes later it stops.  

Too much fishy crap going on around here.  Well, the owner of the guild is a moderator on here.  I never get a response to the PM I sent.  The CPU usage just stops and it hasn't occurred anymore.

So, what would you think if you were me?

I'm not one to be herded around like sheep.

I ask questions...

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percent calculations are all with times based on UTC so new days start at a complete different time frame then mst. or est. as was stated we dont know the exact parameters used for the simple luck calculation 54% could easily be 3 blocks found last 24 hours based on shares submitted vs current cdf 3 blocks close to 220 billion shares current dif 35b etc but without knowing his starting or calculation parameters its conjecture but you could tell me again about being a telco trainer  Tongue

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percent calculations are all with times based on UTC so new days start at a complete different time frame then mst. or est. as was stated we dont know the exact parameters used for the simple luck calculation 54% could easily be 3 blocks found last 24 hours based on shares submitted vs current cdf 3 blocks close to 220 billion shares current dif 35b etc but without knowing his starting or calculation parameters its conjecture but you could tell me again about being a telco trainer  Tongue

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October 24, 2014, 12:17:41 AM
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percent calculations are all with times based on UTC so new days start at a complete different time frame then mst. or est. as was stated we dont know the exact parameters used for the simple luck calculation 54% could easily be 3 blocks found last 24 hours based on shares submitted vs current cdf 3 blocks close to 220 billion shares current dif 35b etc but without knowing his starting or calculation parameters its conjecture but you could tell me again about being a telco trainer  Tongue

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