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April 30, 2016, 06:46:36 PM
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I have noticed that in the last 12 days that my payout at every 2 days is now always 0.0079xxxx, before that it was ALWAYS 0.009xxxxx.

I am running at about 17.6TH.

Please elaborate, those numbers make absolutely zero sense. 100% luck you should be making ~0.09856 every two days, down from ~0.11264 every 2 days due to difficulty change on Apr 14.

I will have to answer that question in detail later as 6 of my miners (6Th) went offline and i have only turned them back on about 1.5 hours ago.

BUT usually when i connect back to the pool the scoring hashrate usually matches the miners hashrate BUT they are ALL but one running at 0.16 Huh? I have not altered ANY details !!!!!

One of the miners is showing a scoring hashrate of over 6Th Huh? The machines are all 1Th.......

NEVER  came across this before.....

The scoring hashrate on the main dashboard is correct (17.5Th) BUT the individual miner hashrate is not ??

Any ideas ??
Sounds like those 6 miners are all pointed to the same worker name.
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April 30, 2016, 07:18:07 PM
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I have noticed that in the last 12 days that my payout at every 2 days is now always 0.0079xxxx, before that it was ALWAYS 0.009xxxxx.

I am running at about 17.6TH.

Please elaborate, those numbers make absolutely zero sense. 100% luck you should be making ~0.09856 every two days, down from ~0.11264 every 2 days due to difficulty change on Apr 14.

I will have to answer that question in detail later as 6 of my miners (6Th) went offline and i have only turned them back on about 1.5 hours ago.

BUT usually when i connect back to the pool the scoring hashrate usually matches the miners hashrate BUT they are ALL but one running at 0.16 Huh? I have not altered ANY details !!!!!

One of the miners is showing a scoring hashrate of over 6Th Huh? The machines are all 1Th.......

NEVER  came across this before.....

The scoring hashrate on the main dashboard is correct (17.5Th) BUT the individual miner hashrate is not ??

Any ideas ??
Sounds like those 6 miners are all pointed to the same worker name.

That could be it, i added th tag DADS_ to the worker name on the workers page of the pool BUT this was last week.

I have not altered any of the miner details though....

I will remove the DADS_ prefix reference and add it to LABELS section for reference.

Thanks

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May 04, 2016, 07:09:30 AM
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SLUSH POOL IS HOT! Smiley DOUBLE TIME!
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May 04, 2016, 08:31:07 AM
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Wow...after everything there are still people mining Slush ?!?

This is called "an inertia".

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May 04, 2016, 09:18:24 AM
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Wow...after everything there are still people mining Slush ?!?

This is called "an inertia".

I used to mine on P2Pool BUT had no remote access or any way of monitoring my miners, some Dragon/LKETC miners just stop for some reason and need restarting. I did leave an old netbook on the local network with Teamviewer installed but it got nicked...lol

I only use Slush for it's great interface, even though i only get around just over 0.1 BTC every 2 days at 17.6Th.

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May 08, 2016, 06:37:53 PM
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Slush is rolling lately congrats.
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May 08, 2016, 06:47:47 PM
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Slush is rolling lately congrats.

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May 11, 2016, 11:53:08 AM
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Wow...after everything there are still people mining Slush ?!?

This is called "an inertia".
It is rather a lot of people who mine know variance effects and know that after rain comes sunshine. No need to hurry.

Moreover it seems that the sun shines on the pool of slush now!
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May 11, 2016, 12:12:18 PM
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Wow...after everything there are still people mining Slush ?!?

This is called "an inertia".
It is rather a lot of people who mine know variance effects and know that after rain comes sunshine. No need to hurry.

Moreover it seems that the sun shines on the pool of slush now!
If people truly understood how the variance works, they'd know that past rain has no bearing whatsoever on future sunshine.

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May 11, 2016, 02:02:57 PM
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Wow...after everything there are still people mining Slush ?!?

This is called "an inertia".
It is rather a lot of people who mine know variance effects and know that after rain comes sunshine. No need to hurry.

Moreover it seems that the sun shines on the pool of slush now!
If people truly understood how the variance works, they'd know that past rain has no bearing whatsoever on future sunshine.

while that is true it is only true with completely level equipment and software.

Best two examples   as follows

1) two guys flip a set of true coins.  They both should do 50 -50

But one guy is very good with his hands and due to his skill level can truly flip and get 55-45

That would be great software.

2) two guys flip a set of coins one is loaded to turn heads

so the guy with a loaded coin will do 53-47

This would be great servers  + great internet + ddos protection

So in our game  100% luck   may not be normal for the pool of your choice.

The pool with months of 93% luck  may be doing its best since it works with poor software or is ddos over and over.

And a pool with months of 102% luck  may be under preforming and having truly bad luck.
Since it is 
coded great, has great gear ,great internet, and great ddos protection. 

So how do you determine what pool to use?  Beats me I use 3 or 4 of them.



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May 11, 2016, 02:14:39 PM
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Hardware, connectivity, software, etc all do indeed play roles in the overall performance of a pool.  For example, we all know there are some "bad actors" out there, and those actors have taken advantage via block withholding attacks (here, Eligius, BTCGuild).

However, my point wasn't to compare the possibilities of someone gaming the system to influence things, it was simply a statement that past performance has no bearing on future performance.  Previous events (i.e. I solved 5 blocks in a row under 0.5 CDF) do not influence future.  In other words, you cannot state, "We have been unlucky for the past 5 blocks, therefore, we are due for good luck."  Or, to use the euphemism of the previous poster, "yesterday's rain does not guarantee today's sunshine."

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May 11, 2016, 02:20:18 PM
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Hardware, connectivity, software, etc all do indeed play roles in the overall performance of a pool.  For example, we all know there are some "bad actors" out there, and those actors have taken advantage via block withholding attacks (here, Eligius, BTCGuild).

However, my point wasn't to compare the possibilities of someone gaming the system to influence things, it was simply a statement that past performance has no bearing on future performance.  Previous events (i.e. I solved 5 blocks in a row under 0.5 CDF) do not influence future.  In other words, you cannot state, "We have been unlucky for the past 5 blocks, therefore, we are due for good luck."  Or, to use the euphemism of the previous poster, "yesterday's rain does not guarantee today's sunshine."

True enough.

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May 11, 2016, 02:24:47 PM
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http://www.newmusicbox.org/articles/From-Computer-Models-of-Musical-Creativity/  i take it noone read this.  Cry

too each their own.. This is all about perspective.  we all know that after 10,000 blocks it will be near .5 cdf. 100 % luck whatever your flavor, using that logic one can (not with 100% certainty) predict future luck.. I say do what you want.  Again its a perspective issue.  

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May 11, 2016, 02:28:19 PM
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Wow...after everything there are still people mining Slush ?!?

This is called "an inertia".
It is rather a lot of people who mine know variance effects and know that after rain comes sunshine. No need to hurry.

Moreover it seems that the sun shines on the pool of slush now!
If people truly understood how the variance works, they'd know that past rain has no bearing whatsoever on future sunshine.

Maybe a better way to put it is that while it is raining, that is to be expected, because it will rain from time to time. But we can also expect sunshine, because there will be sunshine from time to time. Over a long enough period of time, we are likely to see that we've had the appropriate amount of rain and sunshine.
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May 11, 2016, 02:30:15 PM
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Yes, that is exactly how you can state it.

@d57: 100% luck is 0.63 CDF.

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May 13, 2016, 06:00:02 PM
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Did anybody else notice the 10+ Ph/s jump in the pool hash rate?

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May 17, 2016, 03:51:01 AM
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Did anybody else notice the 10+ Ph/s jump in the pool hash rate?

Yeah, its over 70 now... but its not helping lol 7.5 hours without a block  Undecided
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May 19, 2016, 07:39:27 AM
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Did anybody else notice the 10+ Ph/s jump in the pool hash rate?

Yeah, its over 70 now... but its not helping lol 7.5 hours without a block  Undecided

The blocks just rolling like crazy my friend....haven't seen it?
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May 19, 2016, 03:59:02 PM
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Are there any compelling reasons that make miners stay on this pool?

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May 19, 2016, 04:52:34 PM
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Are there any compelling reasons that make miners stay on this pool?

Pros:

1. Transparency that goes far above and beyond any other pool that I am aware of.
2. Really nicely done GUI, tools, and statistics.
3. Democratic hashpower voting for user-submitted proposals. (Never heard of another pool doing this)
4. Years of experience and uptime coupled with a continually evolving system.
5. Backed by large amount of hashpower including some mines over 1PH.
6. Can use Google 2FA for wallet address changes (As well as perm-locking an address to an account) really nice security features.

Cons:

1. Slightly higher PPS fees.
2. Seems to attract a lot of hate, haven't figured that one out yet.


Feel free to look back over the debate spanning basically the entire life of this post, but better question:

Do you have any compelling reason why not to use this pool?

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