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June 09, 2016, 04:09:55 AM
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It might be dead for the next 3days
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June 13, 2016, 08:47:39 PM
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It might be dead for the next 3days

Why do you say that?

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June 14, 2016, 12:13:36 PM
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Three in a row — nice!   Cool

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June 15, 2016, 07:24:41 PM
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I'm hashing blocks left and right. Today is a good day.

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June 16, 2016, 12:27:02 PM
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ok..you are a senior member and do not get the withholding attack ideea?

Which one? Do you mean Finney attack (committed by the pool and buyer against some merchant)? Or do you mean block withholding attack committed by individual miner against mining pool?
If there is another kind of withholding attack I would be delighted to know.
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June 17, 2016, 02:30:23 AM
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Must be a lot of new hardware going online for the pool. Saw a drastic jump to 76.00 Ph/s. Could've sworn it was 68/69 at least two hours ago.

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June 17, 2016, 08:59:39 AM
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Must be a lot of new hardware going online for the pool. Saw a drastic jump to 76.00 Ph/s. Could've sworn it was 68/69 at least two hours ago.
I saw it reach 82,10 Ph/s at one point, and one block was found when the rate was 81,32.  But every time somebody throws a huge amount of extra power into the mix the only effect seems to be to reduce the amount we get paid per block — my subjective view is that the pool doesn't actually appear to benefit by mining additional blocks. Embarrassed

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June 17, 2016, 09:51:42 AM
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Must be a lot of new hardware going online for the pool. Saw a drastic jump to 76.00 Ph/s. Could've sworn it was 68/69 at least two hours ago.
I saw it reach 82,10 Ph/s at one point, and one block was found when the rate was 81,32.  But every time somebody throws a huge amount of extra power into the mix the only effect seems to be to reduce the amount we get paid per block — my subjective view is that the pool doesn't actually appear to benefit by mining additional blocks. Embarrassed

Generally, the bigger the pool the lower the variance -- and all miners want lower variability in their income, right?

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June 17, 2016, 10:20:25 AM
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Must be a lot of new hardware going online for the pool. Saw a drastic jump to 76.00 Ph/s. Could've sworn it was 68/69 at least two hours ago.
I saw it reach 82,10 Ph/s at one point, and one block was found when the rate was 81,32.  But every time somebody throws a huge amount of extra power into the mix the only effect seems to be to reduce the amount we get paid per block — my subjective view is that the pool doesn't actually appear to benefit by mining additional blocks. Embarrassed

Generally, the bigger the pool the lower the variance -- and all miners want lower variability in their income, right?
What all miners want is more profit, yet they always get hung up on variance and it they end up choosing the lower variance option over better profits to their own detriment. It's a pattern that hasn't changed in years... I praise the pool ops who have the stamina to explain it over and over and over and over and over and over and...

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June 17, 2016, 10:56:05 AM
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my subjective view is that the pool doesn't actually appear to benefit by mining additional blocks.
By which I meant that the extra hashing power doesn't seem to result in additional blocks being mined – at least, not conspicuously so – but I haven't looked at the figures in detail.

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June 17, 2016, 11:01:37 AM
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my subjective view is that the pool doesn't actually appear to benefit by mining additional blocks.
By which I meant that the extra hashing power doesn't seem to result in additional blocks being mined – at least, not conspicuously so – but I haven't looked at the figures in detail.

I kinda jumped the gun there, huh.

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June 17, 2016, 11:15:04 AM
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I kinda jumped the gun there, huh.
Sorry, my fault for being ambiguous.

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June 19, 2016, 05:59:46 PM
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Slush is mining 0x8000004 blocks. What is that?

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June 21, 2016, 07:37:36 AM
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Slushpool is at between 70-80 Ph/s, yet no blocks are discovered.
On the 19-th there were 19 blocks found
On the 20-th 2 blocks
Today until now 1 block.
How is this working? Do  they have some problem or just ... luck?


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June 21, 2016, 12:37:23 PM
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Slush is mining 0x8000004 blocks. What is that?

Hi, these are BitPay's blocks Wink

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June 21, 2016, 12:41:50 PM
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Slushpool is at between 70-80 Ph/s, yet no blocks are discovered.
On the 19-th there were 19 blocks found
On the 20-th 2 blocks
Today until now 1 block.
How is this working? Do  they have some problem or just ... luck?




slush pool seems to have turned into a testbed for code. If you trust this pool is always working 100% then mine on  its prolly just luck;)....

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June 21, 2016, 01:20:05 PM
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Slushpool is at between 70-80 Ph/s, yet no blocks are discovered.
On the 19-th there were 19 blocks found
On the 20-th 2 blocks
Today until now 1 block.
How is this working? Do  they have some problem or just ... luck?

Hi, firstly thanks for being with us. I can confirm that we do not experience issues with our infrastructure It is just a bad luck which we experience from time to time like any other pool.

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June 21, 2016, 05:35:16 PM
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Slushpool is at between 70-80 Ph/s, yet no blocks are discovered.
On the 19-th there were 19 blocks found
On the 20-th 2 blocks
Today until now 1 block.
How is this working? Do  they have some problem or just ... luck?



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June 23, 2016, 07:52:49 AM
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Slushpool is at between 70-80 Ph/s, yet no blocks are discovered.
On the 19-th there were 19 blocks found
On the 20-th 2 blocks
Today until now 1 block.
How is this working? Do  they have some problem or just ... luck?

Hi, firstly thanks for being with us. I can confirm that we do not experience issues with our infrastructure It is just a bad luck which we experience from time to time like any other pool.

Hi, you are doing a fine job and I'm OK with you, had some good profits with you and would be lame to blame you. Keep up your work.
As somebody else said: gotta take the bad with the good. Good luck to everyone.
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June 23, 2016, 05:24:29 PM
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Slushpool is at between 70-80 Ph/s, yet no blocks are discovered.
On the 19-th there were 19 blocks found
On the 20-th 2 blocks
Today until now 1 block.
How is this working? Do  they have some problem or just ... luck?

Hi, firstly thanks for being with us. I can confirm that we do not experience issues with our infrastructure It is just a bad luck which we experience from time to time like any other pool.

I appreciate the work you have done in the past with stratum and continue to do with the trezor(of which i own two)  Also i will say you have one of the best looking mining sites of them all.  This whole experience with your pool left a rather bitter taste in my mouth.  Mostly felt like you didnt give a shit  Yes i didnt loose a whole lot and im still eating just fine,  I just feel it could have been handled a bit better.  But what i expect and what others expect are two different animals altogether. Ill live and let be..  One request .. can you add to your pool luck about 6 more stats maybe on an advanced tab or bottom of page.  500, 1000, 2500, 5000, 10,000 blocks luck percentage.  and last but not least all time pool luck percentage all based on Valid blocks found by the pool?  That should be simple enough 

see here  https://kano.is/index.php?k=pblocks

I apologize for coming off as such an ass in the past.  Ive had to learn to live and let be with this whole deal.. Took it all a bit too serious. And lost a lot of money to boot which didnt help my attitude one bit.  Between the many pools,  BAN keeping my coin to your block withholding attack.  I also mined on btcguild till i couldnt take it anymore.. Just bad luck on my part i guess.. Then i got taken on a few rides with cloud mining.  Sorry i came off so damn strong.. Im stubborn as hell and can be a real prick.  Overall your doing a great job. Not to mention you have contributed to crypto more than 95% of all in this space. Id like thank you for that.  Again my apologies for being such an ass.. One thing i despise most of money is it makes one do things they wouldnt normally do.. Its terrible!

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