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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4372865 times)
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January 05, 2018, 12:53:34 AM
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my pending payment from 1st of december just disapeared from coinbase. it was 0.01btc an it was pending for month. does it mean i will never get it back?
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January 05, 2018, 03:01:22 AM
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Is there something going on with the us-east connection?

Twice in the last 24 hours I've noticed my hash-rate went to about 30% of normal throughput and cgminer switched me to an alternate pool address.

My miners haven't hiccuped and show normal hash-rates - but the effective hashrate on the dashboard dropped dramatically.

First occurrence was at 23:15 CST on Jan 3
Second was at 10:40 CST on Jan 4.
Im also using us.east and my miners have been up and down even now.
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January 05, 2018, 04:24:17 PM
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Just reached my payout threshold, Slush gave me a payout transaction ID, yet when I click the transaction id it says "not found"

So where the hell is my bitcoin.

Here is the transaction id....  87652306ec238f14ccdc814dec79e3add6467055f48bce565f26e487d970c117
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January 05, 2018, 05:58:15 PM
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Im also using us.east and my miners have been up and down even now.

Thanks.  Anyone else seeing this?  Three pretty major drops in hash rate and more variability than normal.

At one point cgminer even switched over to an alternate address....
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January 05, 2018, 07:24:54 PM
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Im also using us.east and my miners have been up and down even now.

Thanks.  Anyone else seeing this?  Three pretty major drops in hash rate and more variability than normal.

At one point cgminer even switched over to an alternate address....

New miner here, but I also noticed a somewhat dramatic drop in rate, even tho my miner says otherwise.  Happened most pointedly this morning (us time) around 17:00z and after.  Still isn't what I would consider normal.  And I'm also on the us.xxx stratum.

In parallel my ZEC miner shows a similar drop during a similar time just as an additional datapoint (both are using slush)
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January 06, 2018, 12:26:25 AM
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Just reached my payout threshold, Slush gave me a payout transaction ID, yet when I click the transaction id it says "not found"

So where the hell is my bitcoin.

Here is the transaction id....  87652306ec238f14ccdc814dec79e3add6467055f48bce565f26e487d970c117

Transaction is in the blockchain and verified:
https://blockchain.info/tx/87652306ec238f14ccdc814dec79e3add6467055f48bce565f26e487d970c117
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January 06, 2018, 12:38:13 PM
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Im also using us.east and my miners have been up and down even now.

Thanks.  Anyone else seeing this?  Three pretty major drops in hash rate and more variability than normal.

At one point cgminer even switched over to an alternate address....

New miner here, but I also noticed a somewhat dramatic drop in rate, even tho my miner says otherwise.  Happened most pointedly this morning (us time) around 17:00z and after.  Still isn't what I would consider normal.  And I'm also on the us.xxx stratum.

In parallel my ZEC miner shows a similar drop during a similar time just as an additional datapoint (both are using slush)


Mine too. My hash power were registering real low, and I went into Antminer stats page and it showed that it was just basically bouncing back and forth in their different stratums.
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January 06, 2018, 02:25:45 PM
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You guys might want to contact slush on fb or twitter regarding this problem. Slush contact person here has been inactive since March of 2017.
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January 06, 2018, 03:37:10 PM
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Hey one question guys. Slush luck s*cked ass lately, eventhough they've doubled in hash power. And I've just figured that we're also mining Namecoin. We don't even get paid for it. Do we..? No. Right? Even if we did, it wouldn't really be worth it because splitting few $ between hundreds of thousands of machines is just stupid. So, why don't we just freaking drop it? Maybe it's stealing our hashrate and we're finding namecoin blocks instead of BTC blocks.

I'm sure dual mining affects our performance.

Can somebody correct me if I'm wrong?
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January 06, 2018, 05:56:00 PM
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Hey one question guys. Slush luck s*cked ass lately, eventhough they've doubled in hash power. And I've just figured that we're also mining Namecoin. We don't even get paid for it. Do we..? No. Right? Even if we did, it wouldn't really be worth it because splitting few $ between hundreds of thousands of machines is just stupid. So, why don't we just freaking drop it? Maybe it's stealing our hashrate and we're finding namecoin blocks instead of BTC blocks.

I'm sure dual mining affects our performance.

Can somebody correct me if I'm wrong?

You shouldn't be sure until you actually research it.  Dual mining uses the same hashes for both coins at the same time so it's not like they are stealing your hashrate to mine namecoin.  There should be no loss other than if the system is less stable or crashes due to increased complexity.
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January 06, 2018, 09:42:17 PM
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Hello all,

I need some help guys. My problem with Slushs pool is following:

I used to mine BTC in 2013 in Slushs pool. I mined 0,088 and something BTC and never reach the payout threshold, which was 1 BTC. In that times I had at my computer installed Qt-wallet. I added one address to payout address and then I locked the payout address against hackers. But I never used payout to this address, so everything is OK. Later in 2014 I had to reinstall my computer, and I didnt make backup from my Qt-wallet. And now in these days if I want change my locked payout address, the support from Slushs pool still tells me this is not possible. I dont understand why it is not possible. Also communicating with support is really hard, they answer me after 5 days, then after 7 days and now I am waiting to answer 8th day.  Now I dont know what to do, or whom to write about my problem.
Is there possibility to lost my mined BTC?  Want they stole me my mined BTC?

Thanks for helping me and sorry for my english, its not my mother tongue.
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January 06, 2018, 11:14:31 PM
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Hey one question guys. Slush luck s*cked ass lately, eventhough they've doubled in hash power. And I've just figured that we're also mining Namecoin. We don't even get paid for it. Do we..? No. Right? Even if we did, it wouldn't really be worth it because splitting few $ between hundreds of thousands of machines is just stupid. So, why don't we just freaking drop it? Maybe it's stealing our hashrate and we're finding namecoin blocks instead of BTC blocks.

I'm sure dual mining affects our performance.

Can somebody correct me if I'm wrong?

The namecoins the pool miners get converted automatically to btc and given to YOU. The pool is not "stealing your hashrate"

Also there is no correlation between luck and hashing power. I wish someone with a mathematics degree would come here and lay down some serious talk about probability just to confuse all the people that bring up this word "luck" until they never mention it again. Luck is random. Repeat after me..I will never complain about pool luck for as long as I mine, so help me god. lol
 Cheesy

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January 07, 2018, 01:26:42 AM
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Hahahahahahaah nothing more to say  Wink

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January 07, 2018, 01:35:24 AM
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IIRC Slushpool used to show how much Namecoin you earned per block like Bitcoin and had you could see all the stats like Bitcoin. Not sure why they stopped displaying it. It's not a whole lot per block anyways, you're probably making pennies a day in NMC per day. Not incredibly noticeable, but it amounts to a couple extra bucks per year.
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January 07, 2018, 03:26:38 AM
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IIRC Slushpool used to show how much Namecoin you earned per block like Bitcoin and had you could see all the stats like Bitcoin. Not sure why they stopped displaying it. It's not a whole lot per block anyways, you're probably making pennies a day in NMC per day. Not incredibly noticeable, but it amounts to a couple extra bucks per year.

It's not even pennies...maybe a few pennies a month. 
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January 07, 2018, 03:39:04 AM
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I take a pass on SPV pools like antpoopoo

Mines at Kano.is best profit in the world!

在Kano.is的BTC
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January 07, 2018, 11:06:36 AM
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Hey one question guys. Slush luck s*cked ass lately, eventhough they've doubled in hash power. And I've just figured that we're also mining Namecoin. We don't even get paid for it. Do we..? No. Right? Even if we did, it wouldn't really be worth it because splitting few $ between hundreds of thousands of machines is just stupid. So, why don't we just freaking drop it? Maybe it's stealing our hashrate and we're finding namecoin blocks instead of BTC blocks.

I'm sure dual mining affects our performance.

Can somebody correct me if I'm wrong?

You shouldn't be sure until you actually research it.  Dual mining uses the same hashes for both coins at the same time so it's not like they are stealing your hashrate to mine namecoin.  There should be no loss other than if the system is less stable or crashes due to increased complexity.

Got it. Today's luck confirmed it Cheesy

Hey one question guys. Slush luck s*cked ass lately, eventhough they've doubled in hash power. And I've just figured that we're also mining Namecoin. We don't even get paid for it. Do we..? No. Right? Even if we did, it wouldn't really be worth it because splitting few $ between hundreds of thousands of machines is just stupid. So, why don't we just freaking drop it? Maybe it's stealing our hashrate and we're finding namecoin blocks instead of BTC blocks.

I'm sure dual mining affects our performance.

Can somebody correct me if I'm wrong?

The namecoins the pool miners get converted automatically to btc and given to YOU. The pool is not "stealing your hashrate"

Also there is no correlation between luck and hashing power. I wish someone with a mathematics degree would come here and lay down some serious talk about probability just to confuse all the people that bring up this word "luck" until they never mention it again. Luck is random. Repeat after me..I will never complain about pool luck for as long as I mine, so help me god. lol
 Cheesy

I never said that the pool was somehow stealing our hashrate Cheesy and yes, correlation between luck and hash power is almost zero but it does addup!
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January 08, 2018, 07:36:22 AM
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Slushpool mines like antpool sad!

Sad! I have transactions that need verifying!

503,136   antPool     12.50000000 BTC
503,135   antPool     12.50000000 BTC

Mines at Kano.is best profit in the world!

在Kano.is的BTC
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January 08, 2018, 03:36:08 PM
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Slushpool mines like antpool sad!

Sad! I have transactions that need verifying!

503,136   antPool     12.50000000 BTC
503,135   antPool     12.50000000 BTC

Yes, no transactions paid out to miners...completely stupid to mine there.
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January 08, 2018, 09:10:08 PM
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https://poolprofit.io/en/

Go there guys.

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