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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4377875 times)
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January 09, 2018, 02:20:51 AM
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Slush is mining empty blocks!!?!?
  I’m out of here.  

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slush has been mining empty blocks for a VERY LONG time.
See here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1085800.msg11611896#msg11611896

Edit: every block change work you get from slush is an empty block, followed by normal block work a bit later.
Thus they find empty blocks every so often.

Kano, you should implement payout thresholds on your pool and some of us would come back

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January 09, 2018, 02:23:28 AM
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Slush is mining empty blocks!!?!?
  I’m out of here.  

https://btc.com/0000000000000000007979d7f1c6be97d32b19a0a5a957813d3c8232f9dd22dc
slush has been mining empty blocks for a VERY LONG time.
See here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1085800.msg11611896#msg11611896

Edit: every block change work you get from slush is an empty block, followed by normal block work a bit later.
Thus they find empty blocks every so often.

Kano, you should implement payout thresholds on your pool and some of us would come back
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January 09, 2018, 02:50:58 PM
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Again, while slush is a good pool compared to antpool, leaving out all the smaller pools with a lower fee than slush makes the results misleading.

I agree with you, but don't hold me responsible for the website owner's oversight lol.

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January 09, 2018, 08:32:13 PM
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Again, while slush is a good pool compared to antpool, leaving out all the smaller pools with a lower fee than slush makes the results misleading.

I agree with you, but don't hold me responsible for the website owner's oversight lol.
I'm holding you responsible for posting this url over and over again which is misleading.

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January 10, 2018, 03:28:44 AM
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Again, while slush is a good pool compared to antpool, leaving out all the smaller pools with a lower fee than slush makes the results misleading.

I agree with you, but don't hold me responsible for the website owner's oversight lol.
I'm holding you responsible for posting this url over and over again which is misleading.

I posted it twice, don't exaggerate things - "over and over" makes it sound like I spammed it everywhere I could. Although the link is not to your linking cause it does not include your pool it none the less proves a point about Antpool which is why I posted it. Yes it is misleading I am not going to argue against that.

Also, why don't you work towards better marketing your pool and improve the end user experience if you want to attract more hashing power? I'm almost 100% sure the author of that site did not include your pool because he/she likely does not even know your pool exists.

What I'm saying is that it is very easy for you to post on a forum and point out this and that, but if you would've spend some more time on improving your pool I don't see any reason why your pool should not be in the top 3. The way I see it Slush, Kano, and your pool are the only 3 pools that are actually friends of bitcoin. The "good guy" pools need to work on their marketing and end user experience if they want to compete with the mega Chinese pools.

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January 10, 2018, 01:48:52 PM
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Also, why don't you work towards better marketing your pool and improve the end user experience if you want to attract more hashing power? I'm almost 100% sure the author of that site did not include your pool because he/she likely does not even know your pool exists.

What I'm saying is that it is very easy for you to post on a forum and point out this and that, but if you would've spend some more time on improving your pool I don't see any reason why your pool should not be in the top 3. The way I see it Slush, Kano, and your pool are the only 3 pools that are actually friends of bitcoin. The "good guy" pools need to work on their marketing and end user experience if they want to compete with the mega Chinese pools.
Don't forget Eligius, Bitminter, Jonny's mining emporium, mmpool and p2pool. My pool is completely free so I don't see much point in pushing it, advertising it, or working on a fancy front end given that fact. If people see the merit in a free pool that's good for bitcoin, they will get on board regardless of the lack of fancy front end. However, most people sheep their way to mine with antpool and co.

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January 10, 2018, 03:55:15 PM
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Also, why don't you work towards better marketing your pool and improve the end user experience if you want to attract more hashing power? I'm almost 100% sure the author of that site did not include your pool because he/she likely does not even know your pool exists.

What I'm saying is that it is very easy for you to post on a forum and point out this and that, but if you would've spend some more time on improving your pool I don't see any reason why your pool should not be in the top 3. The way I see it Slush, Kano, and your pool are the only 3 pools that are actually friends of bitcoin. The "good guy" pools need to work on their marketing and end user experience if they want to compete with the mega Chinese pools.
Don't forget Eligius, Bitminter, Jonny's mining emporium, mmpool and p2pool. My pool is completely free so I don't see much point in pushing it, advertising it, or working on a fancy front end given that fact. If people see the merit in a free pool that's good for bitcoin, they will get on board regardless of the lack of fancy front end. However, most people sheep their way to mine with antpool and co.

Oh wow is Eligius still up and running? It's been a long time since I used to mine there.

The technically savvy among miners will get on board in spite of the lack of those features you mentioned, but the majority of miners like some decent stats page and other such niceties or dare I say "luxuries". It would be nice to attract some of these sheep miners. Sheep need to be guided so they don't wonder into the stomping grounds of the big bad wolf.

Send me a PM when you get a chance. If there is some help I can send your way to cover the costs of a nicer interface for the pool I'll see what I can do.

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January 11, 2018, 03:37:31 AM
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Hello. I just joined slush pool today. Is there away to see who solved each block? I'd like to be able to look up if I ever solved one with my miner. Thank you
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January 11, 2018, 10:29:55 AM
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my last payout from slush giving "Transaction not found"
why it happening ?
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January 11, 2018, 12:11:51 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.

Hey, is this for real? I assume this is something new, as only antpool used to take the money from transactions. I was just planning to switch to Slush and if they do the same it will be very sad Sad


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January 11, 2018, 02:37:49 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.

Hey, is this for real? I assume this is something new, as only antpool used to take the money from transactions. I was just planning to switch to Slush and if they do the same it will be very sad Sad




minus the fee, slush pays out the transaction fees...unlike antpoo which holds all of those transaction fees.
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January 11, 2018, 02:47:41 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.

Hey, is this for real? I assume this is something new, as only antpool used to take the money from transactions. I was just planning to switch to Slush and if they do the same it will be very sad Sad


minus the fee, slush pays out the transaction fees...unlike antpoo which holds all of those transaction fees.
Except when slush creates empty blocks ... then those have no transaction fees Smiley

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January 11, 2018, 04:06:02 PM
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I can't reset my password.. I'm trying to send reset link from my mail but never received.. I already checked the SPAM folder. Bad customer Support too from here?
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January 11, 2018, 04:15:59 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.

Hey, is this for real? I assume this is something new, as only antpool used to take the money from transactions. I was just planning to switch to Slush and if they do the same it will be very sad Sad


minus the fee, slush pays out the transaction fees...unlike antpoo which holds all of those transaction fees.
Except when slush creates empty blocks ... then those have no transaction fees Smiley

That is very true kano-san! 
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January 14, 2018, 01:35:02 AM
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i think my payout from slush are getting double spend

can anyone check for me ?

my wallet 3FAJDtbPc5jtjcucKEcdYqduaTwgZuvjTB
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January 14, 2018, 02:17:20 AM
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i think my payout from slush are getting double spend

can anyone check for me ?

my wallet 3FAJDtbPc5jtjcucKEcdYqduaTwgZuvjTB

check a different block explorer if the one you are currently using says double spend tx

Others were making the same observation when checking status on blockchain.info while different block explorers showed otherwise

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January 14, 2018, 02:21:08 AM
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i think my payout from slush are getting double spend

can anyone check for me ?

my wallet 3FAJDtbPc5jtjcucKEcdYqduaTwgZuvjTB

check a different block explorer if the one you are currently using says double spend tx

Others were making the same observation when checking status on blockchain.info while different block explorers showed otherwise

blockchain.info show my txid as double spend, bitaps showed me unconfirmed same as blockcypher

which should i believe ?
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January 14, 2018, 02:35:59 AM
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i think my payout from slush are getting double spend

can anyone check for me ?

my wallet 3FAJDtbPc5jtjcucKEcdYqduaTwgZuvjTB

check a different block explorer if the one you are currently using says double spend tx

Others were making the same observation when checking status on blockchain.info while different block explorers showed otherwise

blockchain.info show my txid as double spend, bitaps showed me unconfirmed same as blockcypher

which should i believe ?

tx is unconfirmed

blockchain.info is always screwing something up

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January 14, 2018, 03:02:15 AM
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Any time a pool uses an address that has been exposed to an orphan block, they report every freaking address the pool sends out to as possible double spend.
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January 14, 2018, 03:15:20 AM
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i think my payout from slush are getting double spend

can anyone check for me ?

my wallet 3FAJDtbPc5jtjcucKEcdYqduaTwgZuvjTB

check a different block explorer if the one you are currently using says double spend tx

Others were making the same observation when checking status on blockchain.info while different block explorers showed otherwise

blockchain.info show my txid as double spend, bitaps showed me unconfirmed same as blockcypher

which should i believe ?

tx is unconfirmed

blockchain.info is always screwing something up

thank you. make me more comfortable lol
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