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Author Topic: [2.5+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 4327332 times)
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January 03, 2015, 08:12:45 PM
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not a conspiracy just a observation Smiley
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January 03, 2015, 08:41:19 PM
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I knew that rpandassociates. I was trying to elicit new and funnier ones from the newbs.

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January 03, 2015, 10:05:21 PM
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I knew that rpandassociates. I was trying to elicit new and funnier ones from the newbs.

... but is it feasible that the sudden increase in Hashrate causes duplication of work assigned ?

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January 04, 2015, 01:06:45 AM
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No. I think the bigger worry is the falling price of BTC. Cost almost as much in electricity as it makes with newer efficient equipment.

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January 04, 2015, 01:12:11 AM
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No. I think the bigger worry is the falling price of BTC. Cost almost as much in electricity as it makes with newer efficient equipment.

at $294.30 i will shut my miners off, it becomes a non viable proposition after that.
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January 04, 2015, 01:16:00 AM
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$283.91 on bitstampUSD. Sayonara smilingloki.

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January 04, 2015, 01:38:00 AM
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$283.91 on bitstampUSD. Sayonara smilingloki.

FFS!! it was at 306 this morning!


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Oh that sux - if the wife sees this, she'll order shutdown!
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January 04, 2015, 05:42:04 AM
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This is why we keep her in the dark. Happy wife equals happy life.

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January 04, 2015, 06:56:50 AM
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Hi!

Is this still available?

https://www.buytrezor.com/slushpool/
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January 04, 2015, 07:07:26 AM
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Unfortunately for me @ $250 I'll be switching my miners off too Sad

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January 04, 2015, 09:56:46 AM
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Would any newbies please enlighten me, why you started mining in the first place?

Have you checked the historical difficulty and exchange rates?
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January 04, 2015, 10:19:32 AM
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Absolutely I have, anything above $250 and current difficulty(even a small increase) is still profitable at the rate I pay for electricity here. I came in when I saw some consistency with the value around the 330 - 340 mark.

I've mined just under half a bitcoin in 3 weeks with miners running 8 - 10hrs a day. I've also flipped some miners for some small profits. I've also leased out my miners during the XPY rush. That yielded a couple hundreds in a matter of days. I can probably make more money flipping miners and equipment but the mining part alone has been worth it.

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January 04, 2015, 05:58:20 PM
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Absolutely I have, anything above $250 and current difficulty(even a small increase) is still profitable at the rate I pay for electricity here. I came in when I saw some consistency with the value around the 330 - 340 mark.

I've mined just under half a bitcoin in 3 weeks with miners running 8 - 10hrs a day. I've also flipped some miners for some small profits. I've also leased out my miners during the XPY rush. That yielded a couple hundreds in a matter of days. I can probably make more money flipping miners and equipment but the mining part alone has been worth it.

XPY rentals certainly made good profits for me netting 8-14 days of BTC earnings per day (made a months worth of bitcoin at my hashrate in just 4 days). Too bad it was short lived.

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January 04, 2015, 06:29:35 PM
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Is this still available?

https://www.buytrezor.com/slushpool/

I think so. I started mining on slush for the first time several days ago. The expected 33% off offer appeared in my dashboard around 3 days later.

But I haven't tried to buy a Trezor with the discount yet. The recent BTC price slide of 15% in a week has given me pause...

Does anyone know how long the 33% discount is good for once it appears in the dashboard?

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January 04, 2015, 06:53:34 PM
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Is this still available?

https://www.buytrezor.com/slushpool/

I think so. I started mining on slush for the first time several days ago. The expected 33% off offer appeared in my dashboard around 3 days later.

But I haven't tried to buy a Trezor with the discount yet. The recent BTC price slide of 15% in a week has given me pause...

Does anyone know how long the 33% discount is good for once it appears in the dashboard?

Should be forever if they already gave it to you. I paid one BTC for my first one and I still think it was worth it (bought two more since then at a much cheaper price).

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January 05, 2015, 12:37:43 AM
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Holy network hashrate Batman! Way to drive out the little guys.

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January 05, 2015, 05:48:16 AM
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BTC price shouldnt stop you from mining you just need to hold the coins until the price comes back up Smiley

I only off load my coins at the end of the month as its time to pay billls it is only the 5th so I am not to worried I am sure the price will come back up by the end of the month

If not then well I will just have to sit on them till it does I never exchange my BTC for less than $320 I would rather sit on them as a long term investment then be looking back one day and saying man I sold them for 250 and now they are worth 450 Smiley yes its a wet dream to imagine them over 1k like years ago not saying it couldnt happen. If it did I would be saying man I sold them at 400 haha

Remember that old kenny song
"you gots to know when to hold them, know when to fold them, know when to walk away , and know when to run" Thats what I did with the XPY rush I mined a ton rented a few rigs mined a ton more dumped them all as soon as they started sliding south and man I am so glad I was well informed of its pump and dump potential I rode that wave to the top then jumped off the backside before it crashed. Gots to say I made 4x times what i would have if i had been mining BTC those few days. Not saying XPY is a dead fish, it will flop around a bit before falling back in the water and my future telling hat says its a good bet to hover around 7$ per coin one day. They have alot of marketing and some VC investors behind them. And they are trying hard with paybase. It still screams pump and dump as of right now though.

As far as bitcoin volatility its all these investors causing it, to their own demise, everyone trying to make a buck off of it liquidating its value with short term cashout investments market manipulation and so on.
I tell you one thing if it does go near $200 I will be buying and holding.

My electricity is .10KW I pay about $90 a month for 1.5Th/s I just added 2 more s3's and a c1 this month so I expect my new bill to be about $140-160 I was earning about $270 a month with the 1.5ths I expect much more now I am running 3.5 th/s  today was a great day at slushes If only every day could be like this I would be making a rather nice profit thats ove .06 BTC in roughly 24hrs like $17 at todays rates 17 x 30 ='s 510 minus electric (160) $350 profit (so profit is profit and there is no way I am shutting my miners down) even if it was only a $100 profit its still profit Have to ROI the hardware so cant shut them off hahaha i spent 860$ on the new hardware well plus a bit less than $300 for the PSU's

Now if every day could be as good as today I would be in heaven but theres been days here at slushes where there have been 27hr blocks and naturally those days kill me last month was horrible I only fetched $157 normally $270 for the 1.5 th/s light bill was $180 ($90 from mining)
If i could only setup a 10kw solar power system i would be all set Smiley I live in florida so wind turbines are not a possibility not enough wind or else i would go out and get a bunch of boat wind turbines hahaha I need to move to washington by the hydro electric plants they have some of the cheapest electricity in the US
Or build my self a micro nuclear reactor in the back yard ( I am joking dont call the NSA on me ) 
Maybe move to saudi arabia dont they have free electricity ? I seen a apartment for rent here all utilities included fill it with miners, i wonder if they could terminate the lease because the electric bill go to high? That would be a first for the courts "well your honor i had to evict him for mining BTC" Smiley
Hell I bet my electric company already thinks I am growing pot or something surely my electric bill is double everyone else in the neighborhood not to mention the growhouse like exhaust fans in the windows hahaha

23376    2015-01-05 02:18:12    3:31:13    33989167304    9998280    0.00728615    337538    25.22617999    82 confirmations left
23375    2015-01-04 22:46:59    1:16:52    12287259975    3594613    0.00701987    337516    25.06428187    60 confirmations left
23374    2015-01-04 21:30:07    2:19:16    22322832311    6600165    0.00735157    337502    25.00926052    46 confirmations left
23373    2015-01-04 19:10:51    0:02:58    477591840            142128      0.00711907    337487    25.08785340    31 confirmations left <--- wow if only this could happen all day Smiley
23372    2015-01-04 19:07:53    0:17:07    2743872787    774593    0.00709074    337486    25.09218533    30 confirmations left <--- wow if only this could happen all day Smiley
23371    2015-01-04 18:50:46    6:55:24    66947974717    19790400    0.00734114    337483    25.09901854    27 confirmations left
23370    2015-01-04 11:55:22    2:47:50    27145471987    7998620    0.00716293    337433    25.07058308    confirmed
23369    2015-01-04 09:07:32    7:25:35    71356222019    21061223    0.00731794    337417    25.18287706    confirmed
23368    2015-01-04 01:41:57    4:33:39    43996283153    12819438    0.00721578    337359    25.05021708    confirmed

So the question now is ... Is our luck all burned up here comes the 27hr block?
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January 05, 2015, 05:51:03 AM
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BTC price shouldnt stop you from mining you just need to hold the coins until the price comes back up Smiley
Sure it should. Regardless of my views on the future of Bitcoin, why would I spend $3000 on electricity in a month to mine BTC10 when I could idle my gear and just go buy BTC10 on an exchange for $2500?
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January 05, 2015, 06:44:50 AM
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damn Mr. Teal 3k for electricity where do you live on some island in the middle of nowhere?

I mine almost 1 BTC a month for $90 with 1.5TH/s now I have 3.5 TH/s I should be mining a bit more than 1 BTC @ about $140 electricity cost

I am in Florida and are cost is .10KW which is pretty high compared to other places

I think Saudi arabia is definately calling your name Smiley

Or you need some more efficent mining hardware, are you running dinosaurs?
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January 05, 2015, 07:01:06 AM
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Speaking of dinosaurs... anyone want to buy a Terraminer?

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