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February 04, 2015, 09:47:32 PM
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My miner keep getting disconnected every 10 to fifteen minute......  and after 2 or 3 minute they reconnect   anyone else having that problem......

Nope. I'm pegging it with 6.5TH...no connection errors. Pretty low latency actually.

Just curious, what are your currently pulling in at 6.5Th/s per block. Was thinking of buying some new hardware with my tax money

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February 05, 2015, 09:35:56 AM
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My miner keep getting disconnected every 10 to fifteen minute......  and after 2 or 3 minute they reconnect   anyone else having that problem......

Nope. I'm pegging it with 6.5TH...no connection errors. Pretty low latency actually.

Just curious, what are your currently pulling in at 6.5Th/s per block. Was thinking of buying some new hardware with my tax money

6.5th will yield approx 0.016 - 0.018 per block @ current pool hash rate. Probably not the best idea to spend your tax money on hardware at this point in time and difficulty.

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February 05, 2015, 06:21:42 PM
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My miner keep getting disconnected every 10 to fifteen minute......  and after 2 or 3 minute they reconnect   anyone else having that problem......

Nope. I'm pegging it with 6.5TH...no connection errors. Pretty low latency actually.

Just curious, what are your currently pulling in at 6.5Th/s per block. Was thinking of buying some new hardware with my tax money

6.5th will yield approx 0.016 - 0.018 per block @ current pool hash rate. Probably not the best idea to spend your tax money on hardware at this point in time and difficulty.

yeah, probably cheaper just buying it.

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February 05, 2015, 08:09:35 PM
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Everything slushing right along on US side. No problems, steady BTCcash from steady hash.

There are no problems here in UK either. Must be a local fault.

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February 06, 2015, 06:32:05 AM
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My miner keep getting disconnected every 10 to fifteen minute......  and after 2 or 3 minute they reconnect   anyone else having that problem......

Nope. I'm pegging it with 6.5TH...no connection errors. Pretty low latency actually.

Just curious, what are your currently pulling in at 6.5Th/s per block. Was thinking of buying some new hardware with my tax money

6.5th will yield approx 0.016 - 0.018 per block @ current pool hash rate. Probably not the best idea to spend your tax money on hardware at this point in time and difficulty.

yeah, probably cheaper just buying it.

Yeah this is the conclusion I came to. With the current value of BTC, current difficulty, current price for electricity, current AUD to USD exchange and the price of post, I am MUCH better off buying bitcoin than I am getting new hardware to mine. I'll use existing hardware to light mine and use some of my btc to rent power.

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February 06, 2015, 04:04:10 PM
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Can't get onto Slush's pool since 20.00 5/feb/2015.. GMT..  has anyone any info?
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February 06, 2015, 04:09:49 PM
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Can't get onto Slush's pool since 20.00 5/feb/2015.. GMT..  has anyone any info?
I am still connected to the pool and the website works for me.
Are you behind a firewall?
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February 06, 2015, 04:53:17 PM
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No problems here either. Business as usual

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February 06, 2015, 08:26:52 PM
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My miner keep getting disconnected every 10 to fifteen minute......  and after 2 or 3 minute they reconnect   anyone else having that problem......
Could it be an over-heating problem, either on the miner or the PSU?  Check for air-flow outside, fans working, and dust inside – especially if it's near the floor or in the same room as a tumble dryer, wood-working tools, or other dust generator.  Or it might just be a moody phone line.

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February 07, 2015, 05:37:06 AM
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My shares seem a little high for such a small payout:

23504    2015-02-07 04:18:25    12:02:32    93488484927    9319747    0.00049722    342350    25.00865631    90 confirmations left

Any ideas?

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February 07, 2015, 05:44:05 AM
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My shares seem a little high for such a small payout:

23504    2015-02-07 04:18:25    12:02:32    93488484927    9319747    0.00049722    342350    25.00865631    90 confirmations left

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Did you stop mining on Slush for a period of time during this round? Slush has a very aggressive algorithm which penalizes you severly for any time not mining on their pool. It ramps up to full share in only 1.5 hours but also removes any rewards within 1.5 hours if you stop mining. Even you mined for ten hours or more straight with no blocks, if you stop mining for 1.5 hours and then they get a block you get nothing of it. Not good when you need downtime on your miners.

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February 07, 2015, 05:47:25 AM
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My shares seem a little high for such a small payout:

23504    2015-02-07 04:18:25    12:02:32    93488484927    9319747    0.00049722    342350    25.00865631    90 confirmations left

Any ideas?

Did you stop mining on Slush for a period of time during this round? Slush has a very aggressive algorithm which penalizes you severly for any time not mining on their pool. It ramps up to full share in only 1.5 hours but also removes any rewards within 1.5 hours if you stop mining. Even you mined for ten hours or more straight with no blocks, if you stop mining for 1.5 hours and then they get a block you get nothing of it. Not good when you need downtime on your miners.

I don't think I had that level of down time, on either of my miners, but then again I never know what happens when I am at work Sad

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February 07, 2015, 07:20:49 AM
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My shares seem a little high for such a small payout:

23504    2015-02-07 04:18:25    12:02:32    93488484927    9319747    0.00049722    342350    25.00865631    90 confirmations left

Any ideas?

Did you stop mining on Slush for a period of time during this round? Slush has a very aggressive algorithm which penalizes you severly for any time not mining on their pool. It ramps up to full share in only 1.5 hours but also removes any rewards within 1.5 hours if you stop mining. Even you mined for ten hours or more straight with no blocks, if you stop mining for 1.5 hours and then they get a block you get nothing of it. Not good when you need downtime on your miners.

I don't think I had that level of down time, on either of my miners, but then again I never know what happens when I am at work Sad

Theres an app for andoird called BTCDroid Free. Its written for Slush pool, just scan the API code into it and you can monitor your speeds while at work. You can also login to your dashboard, click workers and see what was happening with your workers.

Slush's pays well but should incorporate some sort of a PPS system along side the current. I've had my miners drop out and a block shortly found afterwards and my result was not worth the miners being on. It has happened a lot. For home miners its no good too if you have down time. I run my miners for 8hrs a day. I miss out on a fair bit of reward at night.

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February 07, 2015, 09:51:23 AM
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getting a 503 error when logging onto www.slushpool.com  Huh Huh Huh

please tell me i didnt lose my bitcoin ? Please tell me my rigs are still hashing? They say they are but they could be working for the bitmain w.o. me knowing lolz
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February 07, 2015, 09:57:26 AM
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getting a 503 error when logging onto www.slushpool.com  Huh Huh Huh

please tell me i didnt lose my bitcoin ? Please tell me my rigs are still hashing? They say they are but they could be working for the bitmain w.o. me knowing lolz

That is not their website. It is https://beta.mining.bitcoin.cz.

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February 07, 2015, 10:34:56 AM
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getting a 503 error when logging onto www.slushpool.com  Huh Huh Huh

please tell me i didnt lose my bitcoin ? Please tell me my rigs are still hashing? They say they are but they could be working for the bitmain w.o. me knowing lolz

Seriously?? How did you even manage to join the pool? There's a little site that could help you at times like this. It's called Google.

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February 08, 2015, 03:01:57 AM
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getting a 503 error when logging onto www.slushpool.com  Huh Huh Huh

please tell me i didnt lose my bitcoin ? Please tell me my rigs are still hashing? They say they are but they could be working for the bitmain w.o. me knowing lolz
Slush's web site is at http://mining.bitcoin.cz/

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February 08, 2015, 03:35:06 AM
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My shares seem a little high for such a small payout:

23504    2015-02-07 04:18:25    12:02:32    93488484927    9319747    0.00049722    342350    25.00865631    90 confirmations left

Any ideas?

That block did have a pool hash rate of 10 Petahash.  That could be it.  Mine was down from it's normal amount.

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February 08, 2015, 06:48:39 AM
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Yeah there was a 2ph spike!

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This reminds me of slush's performance back in the day. 


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