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February 12, 2015, 05:09:42 PM
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Been a bit of a slowdown ... hey!? And that wih the entire network too ... (at least it seems to me). Wonder whether that recent update to the blockchain.info website has anything to do with it  Roll Eyes , it is taking a tad longer to load now it displays the entire transaction tree by default.
Still ... I expect business as usual at slush soon ....

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February 12, 2015, 07:45:39 PM
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Odd that we seem to have better luck when we're below 9.5 Ph/s.  Huh
Guess that's why they call it luck.

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February 12, 2015, 08:17:06 PM
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Yup I agree every time we cross 10PH these long blocks come. Glad to see I am not the only one noticing this odd coincidence that makes absolutely no mathmatical sense whatsoever. The higher the hash rate the more blocks you find, is what the math says. But time and time again as soon as we cross 10PH blam long a$$ block times
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February 12, 2015, 09:30:30 PM
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If you check about 30 pages back, the same was happening around 8PH mark and there were theories about server problems etc., while this time your statement is more correct:
Guess that's why they call it luck.
It's just coincidence - don't look for any conspiracy Wink

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February 12, 2015, 11:07:01 PM
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IT'S A CONSPIRACY!!!  They're out to get us.  Break out the tin foil hats!!!  I made a video about the SP10 noise.  http://youtu.be/-oywSYmPPMg  Driving me mad!

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February 13, 2015, 01:24:20 AM
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what software is that on the laptop?
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February 13, 2015, 01:40:13 AM
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It's running cgremote. Excellent software.  Has remote access and sends emails if something goes wrong. I really wish I could turn the sp10 off for the night but this round is taking forever.

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February 13, 2015, 06:44:53 AM
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Such a horrible block Sad Another pool has been absolutely smashing blocks as of late.

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February 13, 2015, 08:52:52 AM
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Yup I agree every time we cross 10PH these long blocks come. Glad to see I am not the only one noticing this odd coincidence that makes absolutely no mathmatical sense whatsoever. The higher the hash rate the more blocks you find, is what the math says. But time and time again as soon as we cross 10PH blam long a$$ block times

Screw coincidence!  It did it again. Dropped to 9.5PH and normal service resumes. Wierd.

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February 13, 2015, 10:58:36 AM
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I also agree that as soon as we get over the 10PH marks things grind to a hault.

I have been with slush over a year now, and left a few weeks back because of the really odd rounds, but now im back and while were under 10PH normal service has been resumed.

By the way i lost more by leaving slush than i would have made by staying, so there is that to throw in the mix, I tried BTCguild for a week and tried Eligius also.

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February 13, 2015, 11:50:38 AM
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I'm currently giving Bitcoin Affiliate Network a spin for a few hours.  Purely experimental.

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February 13, 2015, 12:03:23 PM
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I've earned 0.00071229 in 30 minutes.  On slush I get approx. 0.008 per block.  At this rate it will take approx. 5.5 hours to earn 0.008btc

However.  By entering the last 10 block durations at http://www.csgnetwork.com/timescalc.html it gives an average duration of 5 hours 24 minutes.

10 previous was average 5 hours 16 minutes.

So, no real difference there.  Might go looking at some other pools to compare.

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February 13, 2015, 12:18:22 PM
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I've earned 0.00071229 in 30 minutes.  On slush I get approx. 0.008 per block.  At this rate it will take approx. 5.5 hours to earn 0.008btc

However.  By entering the last 10 block durations at http://www.csgnetwork.com/timescalc.html it gives an average duration of 5 hours 24 minutes.

10 previous was average 5 hours 16 minutes.

So, no real difference there.  Might go looking at some other pools to compare.

Unless some pool gets super lucky BAN pays the best because it is PPS with no fees and 1% bonus.

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February 14, 2015, 01:43:05 AM
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I've earned 0.00071229 in 30 minutes.  On slush I get approx. 0.008 per block.  At this rate it will take approx. 5.5 hours to earn 0.008btc

However.  By entering the last 10 block durations at http://www.csgnetwork.com/timescalc.html it gives an average duration of 5 hours 24 minutes.

10 previous was average 5 hours 16 minutes.

So, no real difference there.  Might go looking at some other pools to compare.

Unless some pool gets super lucky BAN pays the best because it is PPS with no fees and 1% bonus.
Except when they don't pay or they reduce your payout PPS rate because they feel like paying you less than they should Tongue

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February 14, 2015, 02:22:28 AM
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I've earned 0.00071229 in 30 minutes.  On slush I get approx. 0.008 per block.  At this rate it will take approx. 5.5 hours to earn 0.008btc

However.  By entering the last 10 block durations at http://www.csgnetwork.com/timescalc.html it gives an average duration of 5 hours 24 minutes.

10 previous was average 5 hours 16 minutes.

So, no real difference there.  Might go looking at some other pools to compare.

Unless some pool gets super lucky BAN pays the best because it is PPS with no fees and 1% bonus.
Except when they don't pay or they reduce your payout PPS rate because they feel like paying you less than they should Tongue
Or when every 9 blocks out of 10 is an orphan.

Or when they have "payout bugs"...

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February 14, 2015, 04:35:52 AM
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Slush pays well per block but as things average out, as we have seen in the last month or two, it can slow down to a halt. Those big gains you think you made in one day level out for those big 24hr blocks. If you spend enough time on Bitcoin Affiliate vs Slush pool on an normal average run, the rewards will be approx the same. 5thash on BFA will yield .06btc per day. 5thash on Slush will yield approx 0.012btc. You will need to find 5+ blocks per day to be consistently higher for the week on average.

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February 14, 2015, 06:24:13 AM
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Slush pays well per block but as things average out, as we have seen in the last month or two, it can slow down to a halt. Those big gains you think you made in one day level out for those big 24hr blocks. If you spend enough time on Bitcoin Affiliate vs Slush pool on an normal average run, the rewards will be approx the same. 5thash on BFA will yield .06btc per day. 5thash on Slush will yield approx 0.012btc. You will need to find 5+ blocks per day to be consistently higher for the week on average.
There's no point quoting figures like '5 blocks' and '0.012 BTC'
They are purely dependent upon the pool hash rate and if the hash rate drops, although the number of blocks found is expected to drop, the amount you get paid per block will increase.

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February 14, 2015, 06:47:58 AM
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Slush pays well per block but as things average out, as we have seen in the last month or two, it can slow down to a halt. Those big gains you think you made in one day level out for those big 24hr blocks. If you spend enough time on Bitcoin Affiliate vs Slush pool on an normal average run, the rewards will be approx the same. 5thash on BFA will yield .06btc per day. 5thash on Slush will yield approx 0.012btc. You will need to find 5+ blocks per day to be consistently higher for the week on average.
There's no point quoting figures like '5 blocks' and '0.012 BTC'
They are purely dependent upon the pool hash rate and if the hash rate drops, although the number of blocks found is expected to drop, the amount you get paid per block will increase.

Yeah you're right but on average the pool does sit on 9thash. I'm simply applying the formula based on the figure in the title of the thread which is what most new member to the pool will initially see.

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February 14, 2015, 01:29:10 PM
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Well my experiment is done. Payout was prompt. Earning were no different to slush really but is a close 2nd.

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February 14, 2015, 11:00:37 PM
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Another double-bubble ..... ! Surely, this makes a difference ....

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