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July 13, 2017, 10:03:50 AM
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Oh, so when I got work from coordinator which leads to winning hash, I cannot send it to bitcoin network as "my own" hash?

In a pooled mining situation, the winning hash cannot be used as "your own".

The hash incorporates all of the transactions in the block, including the one that pays 50 BTC to the generator.

If you are hashing for pooled generation, the winning hash is only useful to the pool.

If you are hashing for yourself, then obviously the winning hash is useful to you. But in that case the "low-difficulty" hashes that you generate are useless to the pool, so the pool will not pay you a share of the generated 50 BTC.

It is a solved problem to prevent cheating with pooled generation.


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July 13, 2017, 10:19:47 AM
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I assumed it was when i bought it. I think have may have found the problem. Its trying to mine Scrypt and if i have it connected to the bitcoin mine it not going to have anything accepted is it?

i will point it at the Zcash and give it a go.

Yeah, Scrypt is not supported by SlushPool at the moment. If it's the gridseed miner I'm thinking of than you can't mine zcash with it either. But it would help if you knew your miner well enough before you used it. It would save you some grief.



Yeah im learning from my mistakes slowly dont worry! haha

it is this miner. i thought this would make it possible to mine scrypt.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awhpugXsiX8


It can, but you're not pointing it to a scrypt pool. Try something like litecoinpool.org or something. That gridseed miner also does BTC mining as well, so you have to mine in "dual" mode. It's a rather weak miner by today's standards so I would suggest not bothering with the SHA-256 (aka bitcoin) part of it and just mine scrypt coins - like litecoin.

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July 13, 2017, 10:32:34 AM
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I assumed it was when i bought it. I think have may have found the problem. Its trying to mine Scrypt and if i have it connected to the bitcoin mine it not going to have anything accepted is it?

i will point it at the Zcash and give it a go.

Yeah, Scrypt is not supported by SlushPool at the moment. If it's the gridseed miner I'm thinking of than you can't mine zcash with it either. But it would help if you knew your miner well enough before you used it. It would save you some grief.



Yeah im learning from my mistakes slowly dont worry! haha

it is this miner. i thought this would make it possible to mine scrypt.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awhpugXsiX8


It can, but you're not pointing it to a scrypt pool. Try something like litecoinpool.org or something. That gridseed miner also does BTC mining as well, so you have to mine in "dual" mode. It's a rather weak miner by today's standards so I would suggest not bothering with the SHA-256 (aka bitcoin) part of it and just mine scrypt coins - like litecoin.


Thank you so much for your help. I will point these gridseeds at nicehash for now as i couldnt get it to connect to the litecoin pool yesterday and keep my ASIC/USB miners pointing at slushpool.

I will get that estimated payout time below 3 years soon! haha
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July 13, 2017, 10:38:41 AM
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lol, I for one really do appreciate it when small miners mine in spite the futility of it. Donating resources to the network is always appreciated. If only there were a winder miner base that would be great. Good luck to you!

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July 13, 2017, 03:12:50 PM
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hi,
At that time im using nicehash miner with nicehash wallet, but i wanted to use slush pool,
But its not working in gui miner,
Slush pool do nothing when i click start in gui miner, nothing happens just says connection problem in summary,
Please help me.
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July 14, 2017, 01:11:07 AM
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Guys, stop using out of date mining software. The mining software has to support Stratum (aka the Stratum protocol). GUI miner has a console section where you can see any error messages or responses from the pool. Look there and see if there are any error messages that are relevant. For example your hashrate could be too low for the pool to consider you a valid or legitimate miner - ie this is part of their anti mining botnet protection (prevent hackers from using people's CPUs and GPUs to mine).


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July 14, 2017, 09:26:12 AM
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i have been mining on slushpool whole day (yesterday) with high speed but at the moment i did not recieve even Unconfirmed Reward. Who can help me ?
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July 14, 2017, 10:10:45 AM
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i have been mining on slushpool whole day (yesterday) with high speed but at the moment i did not recieve even Unconfirmed Reward. Who can help me ?

What is your hashrate?

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July 14, 2017, 10:29:54 AM
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i have been mining on slushpool whole day (yesterday) with high speed but at the moment i did not recieve even Unconfirmed Reward. Who can help me ?

What is your hashrate?


look in on screenshot it is statistic only for evening

http://pixs.ru/showimage/rabotimayn_1682384_26868214.png

http://pixs.ru/showimage/Snimok2JPG_8976442_26868203.jpg
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July 14, 2017, 10:57:11 AM
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i have been mining on slushpool whole day (yesterday) with high speed but at the moment i did not recieve even Unconfirmed Reward. Who can help me ?

What is your hashrate?


look in on screenshot it is statistic only for evening





You haven't been a part of confirmed block that had your full hashing power apart of it. Your 5 min average is 0 and same with hourly. Is your gear even online? Maybe it's hashing for a backup pool if you set one. The blocks with the green checkmark are the ones confirmed. It even tells you how much hashing power you contributed to each block.You also had the bad luck of only having 94 TH into that super long block otherwise your reward from that block should have been 0.02 btc or around there.

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July 14, 2017, 11:29:11 AM
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its from yours helpcenter:

User participation to pool's mining power is measured by scoring hash rate. It reflects how much work the user did in recent hours (i have been mining whole day with some breaks).
Rewards are fully independent from rounds. The only important thing is the scoring hash rate.... my hash was normal. How could i miss block confirmation during so long time its unreal ? Can you see my account ?

First of all I am not part of the SlushPool team, I am a fellow miner there like yourself. I'm not saying you missed block confirmation, I'm saying you were not part of that block -ie you did not contribute any hash.

If you are not 24/7 mining Slush is not the pool for you cause of the reward system it uses. Find a PPS or PPLNS pool instead. This pool rewards miners that stick with the pool for long durations.

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July 14, 2017, 11:38:32 AM
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its from yours helpcenter:

User participation to pool's mining power is measured by scoring hash rate. It reflects how much work the user did in recent hours (i have been mining whole day with some breaks).
Rewards are fully independent from rounds. The only important thing is the scoring hash rate.... my hash was normal. How could i miss block confirmation during so long time its unreal ? Can you see my account ?

First of all I am not part of the SlushPool team, I am a fellow miner there like yourself. I'm not saying you missed block confirmation, I'm saying you were not part of that block -ie you did not contribute any hash.

If you are not 24/7 mining Slush is not the pool for you cause of the reward system it uses. Find a PPS or PPLNS pool instead. This pool rewards miners that stick with the pool for long durations.


thanks for explanation.  any way, support did not answer me ((
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July 14, 2017, 11:45:57 AM
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Like I said, ensure your miners show in the pool and you have a scoring hashrate both at the top of the status page and in the 5 min and 1 hr average and let them mine and you'll get a better picture later. You should see your estimated daily payout and other stats change to reflect your SCORING hashrate. If I had to guess I'd say you just aren't patient enough. Not only is this a small pool and it takes longer to find blocks but you aren't even with the pool long enough to see it in action. If you really really cannot wait to get some confirmed earning than mine with Antpool or any of the other large Chinese pools - as much as that would pain me to see or to say.

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July 14, 2017, 03:18:29 PM
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Are you renting hashing power or do you run your own miners?  According to your screen shot it looks like you were contributing hashing power for 15 minutes but it varied wildly.  If you can send a screen shot of your miner configuration setup and miner status it would give us more info to help you.
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July 17, 2017, 05:08:52 PM
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Chinese pools started signaling BIP91 today in order to get SegWit locked in as soon as possible. You can see results at https://www.xbt.eu/. Will SlushPool join in signaling BIP91?

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July 17, 2017, 06:02:39 PM
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Seems I have an issue with my dashboard? It doesn't seem to be updating and hasn't since 4pm utc
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July 18, 2017, 02:54:46 AM
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Chinese pools started signaling BIP91 today in order to get SegWit locked in as soon as possible. You can see results at https://www.xbt.eu/. Will SlushPool join in signaling BIP91?

It's funny cause I was just about to ask the same! Slush can you give us an additional voting option? Does voting for the bitcoin core option equal signaling BIP91? I'm currently voting for BIP148.


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July 18, 2017, 11:07:45 AM
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Chinese pools started signaling BIP91 today in order to get SegWit locked in as soon as possible. You can see results at https://www.xbt.eu/. Will SlushPool join in signaling BIP91?

Is that the reason my Slush reward has gone stagnant for nearly 2 days?   I've been stuck at 50% to payout for two days...   and I've never seen such poor luck!?

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July 18, 2017, 11:22:59 AM
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Chinese pools started signaling BIP91 today in order to get SegWit locked in as soon as possible. You can see results at https://www.xbt.eu/. Will SlushPool join in signaling BIP91?

Is that the reason my Slush reward has gone stagnant for nearly 2 days?   I've been stuck at 50% to payout for two days...   and I've never seen such poor luck!?



Luck has been really shit, that's why.

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July 18, 2017, 01:21:24 PM
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I do not think luck has anything to do with that. Slushpool is just not changing settings or something, i saw article on coindesk saying that all now most of the pools are  pointed to bip91 and slushpool which is 5% of hash network might join them soon.
Well after 5-7 blockes mined on daily basis and went down to 1-2 a day and there is no information from slushpool, Im just burning electricity for nothing. Im thinking of switching to other pool it will be that way for one more day without any announcement from official
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