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Question: What type of pool payouts do you prefer?
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Author Topic: [40+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 3933000 times)
DustinEwan
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May 18, 2011, 10:07:20 AM
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Slush, could you add a column to your statistics table?

I would like to see something like BTC / Hour or minute or day

Daily earnings are already implemented, see Graphs page.

Hourly and minute earnings are not implemented, but - who cares? Mining is probabilistic process, minute or hour mean nothing. Personally I even don't care about my daily earnings, only 7day average (blue line on graphs), which has some weight.

I'm sometimes surprised when people are saying 'pool that and that is paying less than pool this, I tested it for two hours!'. Looks they have no idea how it works and displaying them 'you earned 0.0001 btc in last hour' will make it even worse.

Ah, sorry, didn't mean to offend (if I did) I'm just kinda new to this and I like to watch numbers as they come in.  Perhaps when I'm a bit older and jaded I'll be content with the daily earnings and that will be that.

It's just mathematically intriguing to me is all.  I don't mean to question your honesty or anything like that... I just find the variance and watching how it all averages out to be fascinating.

Anyway, thanks for providing this pool for us, it's great fun! Cheesy  (and I'm content with the daily earnings chart btw, I just hadn't paid it much attention is all, sorry about that!)
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May 18, 2011, 04:29:48 PM
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I just started mining on slush, but how come my mining client reports I've sent 60 shares, yet the account webpage says I've only sent 19?
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May 18, 2011, 05:13:43 PM
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I just started mining on slush, but how come my mining client reports I've sent 60 shares, yet the account webpage says I've only sent 19?

That is 19 for the current round. The other 41 you sent were probably for previous rounds.

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May 18, 2011, 10:08:15 PM
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I'm just trying to find why pool generates such unusual number of invalid blocks today.

Edit: I'm going to upgrade infrastructure, you may obtain some rpc errors in following minutes.

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May 18, 2011, 10:17:26 PM
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The second to last block seems to not have any data for it at alll
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4585    2011-05-18 16:57:38    0:37:32    172672    none    124990    99 left
Doesn't show the cluster's rate or my rate(which i knew was atleast 700mh/s) and says i made no btc's on it.
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May 19, 2011, 01:23:21 AM
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ugh.... 3.5 hours, and no blocks  Undecided

Luck is cursing is for solving the previous one in 4 seconds  Grin

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May 19, 2011, 01:42:02 AM
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ugh.... 3.5 hours, and no blocks  Undecided

Luck is cursing is for solving the previous one in 4 seconds  Grin

good luck for me...

i'm reinstalling my best miner.  it'd be awesome if i could get it done during one block!  Smiley
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May 19, 2011, 02:09:50 AM
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Sigh.... over 4 hours with no blocks  Huh

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May 19, 2011, 07:09:22 AM
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ugh.... 3.5 hours, and no blocks  Undecided

Yes, difficulty is rising, hashrate is the same. Actually this block was 4.5x<difficulty>, so nothing impossible. Yesterday was pretty good, so it must average sometimes Smiley.

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May 19, 2011, 09:36:13 AM
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This score-base system is just a cheat. I made experement: 3 hours round of mining (large block). About 2.5 hours i was in. About 4 or 5 times 'scores' was reseted, and you know what i get after block was done? NOTHING- 0.0000000000 BTC. Yeah so fucken cooooooooooooooooperative fair mining.
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May 19, 2011, 09:49:43 AM
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About 4 or 5 times 'scores' was reseted,

Score is recalculated every hour, not resetted.

Btw, how many Mhash/s do you have?

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May 19, 2011, 09:55:43 AM
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ugh.... 3.5 hours, and no blocks  Undecided

Yes, difficulty is rising, hashrate is the same. Actually this block was 4.5x<difficulty>, so nothing impossible. Yesterday was pretty good, so it must average sometimes Smiley.
So block was done, right? What you can tell to people like me who get nothing for 2.5 hours of mining?
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May 19, 2011, 09:59:05 AM
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About 4 or 5 times 'scores' was reseted,

Score is recalculated every hour, not resetted.

Btw, how many Mhash/s do you have?
Small mhash - 72. But tell me why you asking this question? i was mining 2.5 hours, and in theory i must have at least 0.000000000000001 BTC. But as you can see from stat i get
 "4587   2011-05-19 02:22:38   4:24:56   1205542   0.00000000   125021     55 confirmations left"|. So tell me, is it fair and normal for mining?
PS: why so huge blocks are not skipping, like this make guys from 'deepbit.net' ? And by the way - at their pool i get reward after EVERY hour of mining, and you know what? This is fair system, users must get what they deserve.
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May 19, 2011, 10:03:05 AM
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Small mhash - 72. But tell me why you asking this question? i was mining 2.5 hours, and in theory i must have at least 0.000000000000001 BTC. But as you can see from stat i get "4587   2011-05-19 02:22:38   4:24:56   1205542   0.00000000   125021     55 confirmations left"|. So tell me, is it fair and normal for mining?

Reward is calculated to 8 decimal places.

I'm asking because hashrate and steady payout are tightly coupled. With 72mhash over 2 hours you're far away from 1000 shares, which are considered to be minimum to have average payout as described here.

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May 19, 2011, 10:11:59 AM
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Ok i get it...its mining for free and ok i'm out from this shit. 2.5 hours of mining for free - sounds lika a dream for me.
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May 19, 2011, 10:19:15 AM
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Bit more reward for me by sticking at it the whole round Cheesy

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May 19, 2011, 10:26:15 AM
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Bit more reward for me by sticking at it the whole round Cheesy
So happy fool - tell me what you get after this one:
4590   2011-05-19 08:03:17   5:11:26   1431028   none   125055     89 confirmations left
?? 0.000001 BTC? - Cool dude, u rule.
Blocks like this must be skipped.
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May 19, 2011, 10:32:39 AM
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Bit more reward for me by sticking at it the whole round Cheesy
So happy fool - tell me what you get after this one:
4590   2011-05-19 08:03:17   5:11:26   1431028   none   125055     89 confirmations left
?? 0.000001 BTC? - Cool dude, u rule.
Blocks like this must be skipped.
I got:

4590    2011-05-19 08:03:17    5:11:26    1431028    0.06877238    125055    84 confirmations left

Not great for a 5 hour round, but I could equally post this which would be 94BTC a day from a single card if it was "average":

4575    2011-05-18 17:53:13    0:01:15    5366    0.08218412    124940    confirmed

The blocks can't just be "skipped" on a whim for a pool, sometimes you'll be lucky and sometimes not, but the scoring method doesn't change results much in the long term if you stick with it.

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May 19, 2011, 10:34:51 AM
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Bit more reward for me by sticking at it the whole round Cheesy
So happy fool - tell me what you get after this one:
4590   2011-05-19 08:03:17   5:11:26   1431028   none   125055     89 confirmations left
?? 0.000001 BTC? - Cool dude, u rule.
Blocks like this must be skipped.
If you're talking about skipping blocks you might want to look into how bitcoin works again...
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May 19, 2011, 10:41:54 AM
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Hello I just jumped on to this pool.

On average, how much is each share worth? Does this sort of statistic even make sense or does it change too much in time?
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