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December 11, 2017, 12:28:02 PM
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Hello,

After a fair bit of dilberation I threw my chips in with Slushpool. Great interface, good for the network, most importantly its the oldest pool around. With nicehash ripping off $62m I am amazed that Slushpool, based on everything I have read, has a real soild rep. Hasn't seriously capitalised on this.

I hooked up my S9 to slushpool apporx 48hrs ago and compared to my L3+ on prohasing it's putting a major beat down on it!

The L3+ had around an 8hr avantage - so 56hr's it's done $40. It's doing a bit better with a 18% overclock (side question - is 1.76% HW errors acceptable?)

As you may guess I am a mining newbie (but learning fast) I have an S9 and an L3+ in had and a late Dec L3+ and Jan (wonder how Chinese New year will effect shipping  Huh) S9 both paid for.

Also those mining calculators are BS - they only count 12.5 blocks, I think the average past 2 days is 14 and change. Had to post that somewhere!

But despite the L3+'s 8hr head start it's pulled in $40

Going by xe.com the S9 has made $96

(not included pool fees in either)

I kind of regret going with the L3+ (esp as it cost 6.87 BCC at the time)

But should I regin in my expectations regarding the S9? I noticed today that a block earlier had 41418.43 % pool luck, that's lol.

I'm debating selling the L3+ and picking up 2 S7's (and pocketing $7/800) obv's nobody can tell anyone what to do with their money!

But what would you do in the situation? Also - and pretty much the main point of this post is should I regin in my expectations RE Slush, I mean it's 2hrs now without a block. Has the pool just been 'lucky' last 48hrs?

If so whats a rough average of variance per day +/- 10%/20% more?

Is this just the luck of the Irish joining the pool :p

Thank you if you take the time to answer, it's much appreciated.

* I've been following BTC since $8 or so but Mt Gox put me off, the I had about 12BTC around the $200 mark that I actually gambled up to 30+ on the NBA (rem one accumulator would of netted 40 odd BTC but the Sacramento Kangs somehow beat the Trailblazers by like 2 points - scary cash now lol)

But this June I threw pretty much all I had into it and to keep me in the game I've moved to mining rather than day trading. Although That was profitable.

*Irrelevant information lol -

Thanks again
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December 11, 2017, 02:35:08 PM
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does slushpool have any support on website?
 My payout from 1.12.2017  is still pending. one after that went ok.
transaction id is https://blockchain.info/tx/ddf3d4f14958569215c8e87b675536ac684bedb20aac1f29f73d9af76bfbc6bb
thanks

You can always create support ticket here: https://slushpool.kayako.com/conversation/new

now this is weird a few blocks we did hit today and have been removed from the hash graph as if they were confliced/orphan blocks..  But slush is still showing them in the rewards and in the block history page and nothing is mentioning that that they were invalid blocks.

If you see them in the block history, we've got them (unles the block is marked invalid - oprhaned). Yep, this was really lucky period. Smiley

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But what would you do in the situation? Also - and pretty much the main point of this post is should I regin in my expectations RE Slush, I mean it's 2hrs now without a block. Has the pool just been 'lucky' last 48hrs?

If so whats a rough average of variance per day +/- 10%/20% more?

Yeah, we've been lucky this time. However if you are mining long-term and doesn't exchange the coins right away, luck is basically a non-factor (very close to 100 %). Furthermore we've grown over the last few months, meaning the variance has gotten smaller. So in the end it's about pool fees, which are one of the lowest on Slush Pool.

Also, thanks for the kind comments.  Smiley

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December 11, 2017, 03:36:41 PM
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Re: [150+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool
December 10, 2017, 09:22:55 PM
   
Reply with quote  #22489
Quote from: kwanfs on December 10, 2017, 07:01:36 PM
Quote from: smutboy420 on December 10, 2017, 06:37:40 PM
now this is weird a few blocks we did hit today and have been removed from the hash graph as if they were confliced/orphan blocks..  But slush is still showing them in the rewards and in the block history page and nothing is mentioning that that they were invalid blocks.

all this are no longer showing in the graph with a red line and also no longer showing in my rewards page were they should of been while waiting for 100 confirmations.  and if they were conflicted or orphaned it would be nice if slush was transparent about them and just marked them as such. here are 4 of the 6 blocks we got that are now missing from the hash graph and yet still shown in there block history as if we got them with out being orphaned or conflicted with any other pool finding them blocks at the same time as us.

31854   2017-12-10 09:42   01:14:15   1.344 Eh/s   1590896927258   114.32 %   498577   16.23904592 BTC   71
31853   2017-12-10 08:28   01:29:39   1.349 Eh/s   1590896927258   94.61 %   498569   16.95966501 BTC   63
31852   2017-12-10 06:58   01:06:58   1.344 Eh/s   1590896927258   126.37 %   498562   14.68470214 BTC   56
31851   2017-12-10 05:51   03:32:58   1.360 Eh/s   1590896927258   39.48 %   498554   15.51049758 BTC   48



I have them on the rewards page. The graph sometimes bugs out for old blocks, I guess. https://blockchain.info/blocks does show we got these blocks.

I think Slush's dashboard do show invalid blocks in the reward page.
I'm pretty sure that the graph only shows the last 10 blocks. So when blocks are hit that quickly, they disappear from the left side.


ahhhhhhhh ok thanks.  Tho I did count 11 just before they went away.  But I also see we got paid for all of them so in the long run its all good and works out right. 
Tho I never seen slush pull anything shady like antpool and its shady owners do all the time.   


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December 11, 2017, 03:38:35 PM
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Hello,

After a fair bit of dilberation I threw my chips in with Slushpool. Great interface, good for the network, most importantly its the oldest pool around. With nicehash ripping off $62m I am amazed that Slushpool, based on everything I have read, has a real soild rep. Hasn't seriously capitalised on this.

I hooked up my S9 to slushpool apporx 48hrs ago and compared to my L3+ on prohasing it's putting a major beat down on it!

The L3+ had around an 8hr avantage - so 56hr's it's done $40. It's doing a bit better with a 18% overclock (side question - is 1.76% HW errors acceptable?)

As you may guess I am a mining newbie (but learning fast) I have an S9 and an L3+ in had and a late Dec L3+ and Jan (wonder how Chinese New year will effect shipping  Huh) S9 both paid for.

Also those mining calculators are BS - they only count 12.5 blocks, I think the average past 2 days is 14 and change. Had to post that somewhere!

But despite the L3+'s 8hr head start it's pulled in $40

Going by xe.com the S9 has made $96

(not included pool fees in either)

I kind of regret going with the L3+ (esp as it cost 6.87 BCC at the time)

But should I regin in my expectations regarding the S9? I noticed today that a block earlier had 41418.43 % pool luck, that's lol.

I'm debating selling the L3+ and picking up 2 S7's (and pocketing $7/800) obv's nobody can tell anyone what to do with their money!

But what would you do in the situation? Also - and pretty much the main point of this post is should I regin in my expectations RE Slush, I mean it's 2hrs now without a block. Has the pool just been 'lucky' last 48hrs?

If so whats a rough average of variance per day +/- 10%/20% more?

Is this just the luck of the Irish joining the pool :p

Thank you if you take the time to answer, it's much appreciated.

* I've been following BTC since $8 or so but Mt Gox put me off, the I had about 12BTC around the $200 mark that I actually gambled up to 30+ on the NBA (rem one accumulator would of netted 40 odd BTC but the Sacramento Kangs somehow beat the Trailblazers by like 2 points - scary cash now lol)

But this June I threw pretty much all I had into it and to keep me in the game I've moved to mining rather than day trading. Although That was profitable.

*Irrelevant information lol -

Thanks again


No reason to buy s7's IMO...save the money for an Avalon or an s9. 
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December 11, 2017, 11:53:15 PM
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Hi,

Just connected my miners to Slushpool, approx 17 hours ago.

Quick question...

so, in 5 hours, it'll be 24 hours since i began mining.
I've received .1
Confirmed rewards says .09
Unconfirmed rewards says .16

So, if in 5 hours, it says
first paidout .1
second payout .1
Confirmed rewards .05
unconfirmed rewards .1

Would that mean my total for the 24 hours is .35 BTC?

I ask as the info displayed on the dashboard doesn't seem to reflect this at all.

My estimated daily payout is considerably lower than my payout, and both confirmed and unconfirmed rewards combined.

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December 12, 2017, 02:00:46 AM
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does slushpool have any support on website?
 My payout from 1.12.2017  is still pending. one after that went ok.
transaction id is https://blockchain.info/tx/ddf3d4f14958569215c8e87b675536ac684bedb20aac1f29f73d9af76bfbc6bb
thanks

You can always create support ticket here: https://slushpool.kayako.com/conversation/new

now this is weird a few blocks we did hit today and have been removed from the hash graph as if they were confliced/orphan blocks..  But slush is still showing them in the rewards and in the block history page and nothing is mentioning that that they were invalid blocks.

If you see them in the block history, we've got them (unles the block is marked invalid - oprhaned). Yep, this was really lucky period. Smiley

ya I got paid for them all. and yes that was a nice luck streak we had..     and as someone else pointed out to me. that only 10 lines at a time stay in the hash graph.   wich I happened to have my dashboard open today 2 different times and seen whatever line was all the way to the left go away when they page would refresh its self with a new block line.   

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December 12, 2017, 07:17:13 AM
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Dashboard page is out of service?
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December 12, 2017, 11:15:51 AM
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please add Bitcoin cash mining. More profitable and fees are smaller

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December 12, 2017, 02:36:45 PM
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please add Bitcoin cash mining. More profitable and fees are smaller

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Why would anyone in there right mind or with any morals want slush pool or any pool to support that pos coin that only supports jihan wu and bitmain???   also what good is it when a lot of exchanges are no going to be supporting it come the end of the year and even have said they ware going to sell off and swap bth for btc if any account holders dont have them moved off and in to there own private wallets come the end date. 


So in other words its going to be a very hard coin to sell in just a few weeks and also the price will crash when all them coins from all the people who hold them in bitfinex and bitrex all have then automatically sold off all at once.   

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December 14, 2017, 05:01:13 PM
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I'm still debating on switching to slush from kano.

I actually have one s9 on both.


I cant tell which one would be best Smiley

Why do you need to go away from kano? Slush is taking 2% fees. Compare it with kano's fee these days. And AFAIK there has been detected a few years ago that Slush's pool was making some strange manipulations with pool's hashrate, so I can't fully trust to Slush's pool now.

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Why would anyone in there right mind or with any morals want slush pool or any pool to support that pos coin that only supports jihan wu and bitmain???   also what good is it when a lot of exchanges are no going to be supporting it come the end of the year and even have said they ware going to sell off and swap bth for btc if any account holders dont have them moved off and in to there own private wallets come the end date. 


So in other words its going to be a very hard coin to sell in just a few weeks and also the price will crash when all them coins from all the people who hold them in bitfinex and bitrex all have then automatically sold off all at once.   

If the exchange is favorable, slush could mine bitcoin cash and immediately turn it into bitcoin for us. I wouldn't mind getting a few extra BTCs without having to do anything (similar to namecoin working for us without us having to care about it).
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December 15, 2017, 09:52:29 AM
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https://slushpool.com/news/enjoy-namecoin-merged-mining/

"The top right corner has a slide switch that enables showing rewards for all Namecoin blocks interleaved with Bitcoin blocks. Statistics which we provide for Namecoin blocks is pretty much the same as for Bitcoin except values in the "Block Value” column. Let us explain."

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https://slushpool.com/stats/blocks/?c=btc&mc=nmc


"40169   2017-12-08 13:43   00:48:55   1269293003686   374190   25.01143391 NMC   Processing…   98"

from just now

They're not worth much, 0.00018300 BTC ATM, which is auto converted and paid in BTC and that one is worth ~0.0045 divided by the pool in the normal way etc.

Slush you get paid the fee's compaired with antpool. That's ~16ish per block not 12.5 and we had a 22+ block a little while back! It's pretty decent from what i've seen so far (~2 months)




Ya ik they arent worth a ton or ne thing like that. I did try finding the slide switch they mention but the only options i see are btc and zec and no nmc. I can view the rewards for nmc but that page doesnt look like its even updating so the reward info for nmc blocks is blank and provides 0 info so im assuming if the system isnt updating the block/reward info it is also not paying out for namecoins mined either.

Namecoins are something that i like holdin on to which is y i mined at antpool. If antpool had a system like slush that sold off the namecoins or gave the value of them at that moment to the miners i would have gotten a handful of pennies per coin. Each namecoin is now worth close to $4 based on the coin ticker app i use so thats a big difference in price. Also since they arent worth a ton its not like holding them cost me tens of thousands of dollars like bitcoin does which is why i held them. Low investment costs (next to nothing since they r dual mined) + multi fold increase in price = enough to make me ask antpool and slush where my namecoins r and why blocks arent being updated on the site. Antpool has given me the run around for months now and owes me some coins still. I have only been on slush for a week or so and dont want to get stuck in the same kinda situation. They dont have a support ticket system as far as i can see which bothers me. Maybe im just missing it?? If there truely isnt one how do people contact him for help with issues?? Hes makin bank im sure but what is somethin goes wrong??

Another thing im confused about is the payout times. I thought bitcoin blocks were confirmed after 6 confirmations. Slush uses 100 confirmations which is quite a bit more. Im not sayin its wrong but im not used to that long of a wait to get my payouts....
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December 16, 2017, 06:32:19 AM
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Do you know on average how much icon your S9 mines daily on each pool?

Kanopool had very bad luck in Oct when he tried to push the pool hash rate - more hash rate and less blocks.


I'm still debating on switching to slush from kano.

I actually have one s9 on both.


I cant tell which one would be best Smiley
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December 17, 2017, 05:49:33 PM
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Hi all:

I am new to mining and I just got 2 S9's and I signed up on Slush pool and I got one of them to work for like two minutes, after that it went offline and will not get back online again. The other one never even got online once, what to do?
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December 17, 2017, 08:21:23 PM
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Hey, you must be another's pool owner, right? :-D Again, specially for you. I changed logic, which means, that new payments will be cleared in way described above. There is still unconfirmed 200 BTC earned with old accounting system, so few people have to wait. (I have no data to send old payments "in order" with new clearing system) You are inside. You Must Wait. Sorry. I will not send payment specially for you. By the way, I even don't know which nick in pool is yours. Stop spamming here, enjoy it in your thread.
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December 20, 2017, 08:11:41 PM
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Is it only me, or have payouts been halted on Slush? I am way past my threshold, for more than 10 hours...

The Pool is supposed to check and send out payments automatically every hour.....
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December 20, 2017, 08:22:00 PM
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That happened to me a couple weeks ago, just send support an email and they take care of it quickly. I think I emailed them and then it moved an hour later or something like that.

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December 20, 2017, 08:29:59 PM
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Is it only me, or have payouts been halted on Slush? I am way past my threshold, for more than 10 hours...

The Pool is supposed to check and send out payments automatically every hour.....

I'm over my threshold too.   
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