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May 23, 2016, 02:49:37 PM
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Although sometimes it's really tempting to use f2pool.
Please don't.  There are far better options out there from which you can choose.  Here, kano, my pool, bcmonster, bitminter... just don't go to f2pool or antpool or any of the big, bad-for-bitcoin pools.

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May 23, 2016, 07:36:13 PM
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So in the grand scheme of things I am new to this.  I just wonder why it seems like slush pool will have long lags with no blocks.  I was wondering if the merged mining with namecoin may be a cause maybe by using up processing capability that could be focused on finding the next block.

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May 24, 2016, 07:06:57 AM
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processing capability that could be focused on finding the next block
Well, this is not how mining works.

In simple terms, the miners "focus" on finding Bitcoin blocks only, whereas the mining pool does all the background administration including merged-mining operations.
In other words, the miner's ASIC chips don't even know if their mining pool does merged mining or not. All the hashing power goes into finding a Bitcoin block. You will notice the merged mining feature, however, as soon as a few NMCs show up in your account. This is a free numerical side effect if the pool supports merged mining.
That said, merged mining actually does have a microscopic effect on the Bitcoin orphans rate. We are talking about 1 in 100000 blocks or so, depending on lots of factors.

For the technically minded: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Merged_mining_specification
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May 24, 2016, 03:31:37 PM
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To Kano: Why are you coming here and complaining about this pool!? Go to your pool, which BTW sucks! You charge 0.9% fee for what? Ugly graphics like from 90's, no miners monitoring and settings, poor pool information and low luck! If you like McDonald you don't come to Burger King and complain that their burgers suck. Just eat McDonald and shut up!
What low luck? Cheesy

Let miners cash out when they want to now, Kano?  Not yet?  Then STFU until you do, you're rhetoric yields nothing.
You're all talk Kano, so easy to condemn, so hard to create, eh?
Stop trying to poach miners, makes you look a desperate loser to be honest.

Actions speak louder than words. 
Maybe when you have similar features as Slush, like letting miners cash out when they want and block version voting, then you can try poaching here.
Until then, you're ants at a picnic, you don't belong here.  I like ya but you're coming out like a total scumbag and I put poachers out of business.
Miners are here because Slush actually progresses, I don't see why I should bless you with my presence and hashrate when you just sit around waiting for an easy paycheck.

This is all time you could use to set up new features but no, poaching more important.

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May 24, 2016, 11:28:09 PM
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Gigabit you sound really mad. You should take a break and go outside for some fresh air.
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May 30, 2016, 01:32:53 AM
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Not enough blocks in the last few days.

Is there anything that I don't know about?Huh
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May 30, 2016, 04:47:05 AM
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73.01 %
Last 10 Blocks

110.52 %
Last 50 Blocks

113.99 %
Last 250 Blocks

This is still really good, sadly you can't roll in 200% every day Sad

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June 01, 2016, 01:29:18 AM
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I don't expect 200% everyday.

But if its steady at around 100% that would be good.
7-8 blocks per day is a reasonable expectation.
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June 04, 2016, 08:28:26 AM
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i don't believe his honesty 100% now.i have a clear feeling that from time to time he is not sharing the blocks foud. i know for sure that he has another pool server with another adress for pool login because i was invited in a while back ago. my speculation is that he is broadcasting blocks from time to time from the second one.....so...sadly i'll leave this pool also  Sad

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June 04, 2016, 09:03:42 AM
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aaaand yes..i remember a few months ago your pool luck was around 80%..it should be 100+ %.. now it begins to look the same...let me give you a refresh of the mathematics behind bitcoin infrastructure...http://imgur.com/gpR1yE3

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June 04, 2016, 11:20:38 AM
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ups...there are 2 unknown ip adresses just today broadcasting new blocks...care to count few days back? Shocked ..bye bye slush  Lips sealed

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June 04, 2016, 12:59:41 PM
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let me give you a refresh of the mathematics behind bitcoin infrastructure...http://imgur.com/gpR1yE3
Care to elaborate?
What is luck of one specific pool to do with the Bitcoin network's time-to-next-block?
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June 04, 2016, 01:43:12 PM
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i don't believe his honesty 100% now.i have a clear feeling that from time to time he is not sharing the blocks foud. i know for sure that he has another pool server with another adress for pool login because i was invited in a while back ago. my speculation is that he is broadcasting blocks from time to time from the second one.....so...sadly i'll leave this pool also  Sad

You know what you are hashing, right?
Pool sends you work which includes coinbase address. If it sent some strange coinbase address (not official one belonging to Slush), you would notice. If it sent Slush's pool Coinbase and then Slush used another server to broadcast that block, reward would still go to Slush's pool and you would notice. I do not understand your problem.
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June 04, 2016, 02:00:06 PM
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ok..you are a senior member and do not get the withholding attack ideea?

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June 04, 2016, 02:59:55 PM
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Thanks again to Organofcorti and Philipma1957, you are gentlemen among trolls  Grin

This discussion is so entertaining, counting T-minus 2 weeks until it starts up again with the same old FUD.


Nailed it, almost exactly two weeks.

Please read back through the recent discussions. If you have irrefutable evidence Slush is taking part in block withholding, or that there is block withholding going on, or that he is siphoning funds, you can post it here or in the Scam Accusations thread.

If you are here to spread FUD and make more nonsense accusations you can go to Kano's thread, you will be welcome there.

You don't want to mine on Slush anymore? No one cares, that's your choice to make.

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June 04, 2016, 04:08:09 PM
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Thanks again to Organofcorti and Philipma1957, you are gentlemen among trolls  Grin

This discussion is so entertaining, counting T-minus 2 weeks until it starts up again with the same old FUD.


Nailed it, almost exactly two weeks.

Please read back through the recent discussions. If you have irrefutable evidence Slush is taking part in block withholding, or that there is block withholding going on, or that he is siphoning funds, you can post it here or in the Scam Accusations thread.

If you are here to spread FUD and make more nonsense accusations you can go to Kano's thread, you will be welcome there.

You don't want to mine on Slush anymore? No one cares, that's your choice to make.
... and if you are a dickhead keep posting like Erumara.

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June 04, 2016, 04:43:23 PM
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... and if you are a dickhead keep posting like Erumara.

Ooo jeez, almost hurt my feelings this time, always a pleasure when you grace us with your presence.

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June 05, 2016, 09:27:57 AM
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... you are a dickhead ...
You seem to use this sentence too often when talking to others. Maybe you should stop looking in the mirror while posting

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June 05, 2016, 01:00:51 PM
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Any one realized that slush has changed the title of this discussion and he was last active on 21-05-2016.

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June 07, 2016, 01:58:26 AM
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189.04% last 10 blocks

98.37% last 50 blocks

110.39% last 250 blocks

two days ago I was barely hitting my payout. These past two days I've collected my annual payout nearly twice to three times a day. I'm loving this pool luck!!!

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