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January 19, 2018, 11:42:48 AM
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Fellas, I am really sorry for the question, but I am new to Slushpool and have been browsing to find an option for hash rate alert (email or phone notification). I know it is possible as it is written in the Help article. I also read that you must switch on reporting first in Slush, but  I can't seem to find how to. Any hint will be appreciated, in the mean time I continue googling.

Go to "settings" -- in the upper left quadrant, click on "Bitcoin" -- then click on "Monitoring".

You can also edit each worker to set your monitoring limits.



Thank you! Worked like a charm, appreciated.

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January 19, 2018, 11:51:36 PM
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Hello! Could I mine etherium on your pool?

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January 20, 2018, 01:04:48 AM
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Hello! Could I mine etherium on your pool?

Here on Slush? No. Only BTC and ZCash.

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January 20, 2018, 02:29:11 PM
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Hey all. Just joined Slush with my 2 new miners yesterday. Question - the 2 workers I made and named show "Off" even though I am mining with them and used them setting up my pool config.
There is a 3rd miner that it looks like Slush made for me, that shows OK and has mining stats next to it but I never used it in setting up my miners. What did I do wrong? I appear to be hashing fine and with both miners, so maybe nothing to worry about?
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January 20, 2018, 02:41:44 PM
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Hey all. Just joined Slush with my 2 new miners yesterday. Question - the 2 workers I made and named show "Off" even though I am mining with them and used them setting up my pool config.
There is a 3rd miner that it looks like Slush made for me, that shows OK and has mining stats next to it but I never used it in setting up my miners. What did I do wrong? I appear to be hashing fine and with both miners, so maybe nothing to worry about?

Slush (and most other pools) will auto create your workers based on what you enter into the "Worker" field on the Miner Config of your hardware.   (e.g., AcccountName.Worker)

Does your hash rate of the 3rd miner equal the combined rate of your miners?   Sounds like you might not have entered the .WorkerName differently on each miner?
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January 20, 2018, 03:02:25 PM
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Hey all. Just joined Slush with my 2 new miners yesterday. Question - the 2 workers I made and named show "Off" even though I am mining with them and used them setting up my pool config.
There is a 3rd miner that it looks like Slush made for me, that shows OK and has mining stats next to it but I never used it in setting up my miners. What did I do wrong? I appear to be hashing fine and with both miners, so maybe nothing to worry about?

Slush (and most other pools) will auto create your workers based on what you enter into the "Worker" field on the Miner Config of your hardware.   (e.g., AcccountName.Worker)

Does your hash rate of the 3rd miner equal the combined rate of your miners?   Sounds like you might not have entered the .WorkerName differently on each miner?

It does equal my total hash rate yes. I used a 1 and 2 after my worker names when setting up the miners. Actually even copy and pasted the worker names from the add worker screen in slush right over to the antminer miner config page.

badaspsvt1.creanis1
badaspsvt1.creanis2

are the 2 workers I used

but Miner1 is what slush self added
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January 22, 2018, 02:59:55 PM
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Guys, a question, me and some associates of mine just joined slush pool with a bunch of S9's.

We noticed that the min threshold for fee-less payout is 0.01 btc so we are thinking of how to optimize cash outs.
I came up to the following scenario, has anyone else done it, I assume all should work like a charm.

1. Set the automatic payout limit to a very high value like 2-3 btc (below is explained why)

2. When we have accumulated enough (for us) rewards (but less than 2-3 btc), each of us will point the payout address to his own wallet i.e. guy A will point to Coinbase - cash out his part, then guy B to Bitfinex and cash out his part, then guy C to Nano S etc.

So basically a few times we'll change the payout address, I guess Slush will allow that.

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January 22, 2018, 03:16:56 PM
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Guys, a question, me and some associates of mine just joined slush pool with a bunch of S9's.

We noticed that the min threshold for fee-less payout is 0.01 btc so we are thinking of how to optimize cash outs.
I came up to the following scenario, has anyone else done it, I assume all should work like a charm.

1. Set the automatic payout limit to a very high value like 2-3 btc (below is explained why)

2. When we have accumulated enough (for us) rewards (but less than 2-3 btc), each of us will point the payout address to his own wallet i.e. guy A will point to Coinbase - cash out his part, then guy B to Bitfinex and cash out his part, then guy C to Nano S etc.

So basically a few times we'll change the payout address, I guess Slush will allow that.

From the same account?  You have to confirm each payout address change before slush will allow the address change.   Sounds like more hassle then it's worth.
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January 22, 2018, 03:21:44 PM
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Guys, a question, me and some associates of mine just joined slush pool with a bunch of S9's.

We noticed that the min threshold for fee-less payout is 0.01 btc so we are thinking of how to optimize cash outs.
I came up to the following scenario, has anyone else done it, I assume all should work like a charm.

1. Set the automatic payout limit to a very high value like 2-3 btc (below is explained why)

2. When we have accumulated enough (for us) rewards (but less than 2-3 btc), each of us will point the payout address to his own wallet i.e. guy A will point to Coinbase - cash out his part, then guy B to Bitfinex and cash out his part, then guy C to Nano S etc.

So basically a few times we'll change the payout address, I guess Slush will allow that.

From the same account?  You have to confirm each payout address change before slush will allow the address change.   Sounds like more hassle then it's worth.

You have to confirm each payout address change before slush will allow the address change.
This was exactly my question - is this an email confirmation or? Is there a risk that Slush deny it etc. I just can't think of a more optimal way. If we cash out to 1 address  (no hassle) and then from this address we transfer to our personal ones, we'll have to pay fees too many times.

Thanks,

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January 22, 2018, 03:23:17 PM
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Guys, a question, me and some associates of mine just joined slush pool with a bunch of S9's.

We noticed that the min threshold for fee-less payout is 0.01 btc so we are thinking of how to optimize cash outs.
I came up to the following scenario, has anyone else done it, I assume all should work like a charm.

1. Set the automatic payout limit to a very high value like 2-3 btc (below is explained why)

2. When we have accumulated enough (for us) rewards (but less than 2-3 btc), each of us will point the payout address to his own wallet i.e. guy A will point to Coinbase - cash out his part, then guy B to Bitfinex and cash out his part, then guy C to Nano S etc.

So basically a few times we'll change the payout address, I guess Slush will allow that.

From the same account?  You have to confirm each payout address change before slush will allow the address change.   Sounds like more hassle then it's worth.

You have to confirm each payout address change before slush will allow the address change.
This was exactly my question - is this an email confirmation or? Is there a risk that Slush deny it etc. I just can't think of a more optimal way. If we cash out to 1 address  (no hassle) and then from this address we transfer to our personal ones, we'll have to pay fees too many times.

Thanks,

It is an email confirmation, but I'm betting if you change it too many times within an hour/day, it may get locked.  You could just change it every time you hit a threshold (say .04 or .05), then move it to the next wallet address. 
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January 22, 2018, 04:58:47 PM
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If we cash out to 1 address  (no hassle) and then from this address we transfer to our personal ones

That's the only way.
Once you set your limit lower than the amount you have, slush will transfer all the funds at once

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January 22, 2018, 05:23:31 PM
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hopefully only a small bit of education.

Jumped in a couple of days ago with 20THs.  Scored on the first block from last night.  Watched it mature, and the payment and reward show on my account.  So when do the actual transfer happen to my wallet?  Just checked and nothing so far?  Is there a built in delay that I failed to read the memo on? Smiley

Thanks in advance,
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January 22, 2018, 05:27:20 PM
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hopefully only a small bit of education.

Jumped in a couple of days ago with 20THs.  Scored on the first block from last night.  Watched it mature, and the payment and reward show on my account.  So when do the actual transfer happen to my wallet?  Just checked and nothing so far?  Is there a built in delay that I failed to read the memo on? Smiley

Thanks in advance,

you have to get up to .01 before getting paid...(you can get paid on smaller amounts but there's a fee).   
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January 22, 2018, 05:33:29 PM
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hopefully only a small bit of education.

Jumped in a couple of days ago with 20THs.  Scored on the first block from last night.  Watched it mature, and the payment and reward show on my account.  So when do the actual transfer happen to my wallet?  Just checked and nothing so far?  Is there a built in delay that I failed to read the memo on? Smiley

Thanks in advance,

you have to get up to .01 before getting paid...(you can get paid on smaller amounts but there's a fee).   

ah... perfect... Wasn't sure if there was a min.  and I know that Kano is working on making that selectable... perfect, it was only .001 so it will just have to wait Smiley... thanks  for the reply
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January 22, 2018, 05:42:53 PM
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hopefully only a small bit of education.

Jumped in a couple of days ago with 20THs.  Scored on the first block from last night.  Watched it mature, and the payment and reward show on my account.  So when do the actual transfer happen to my wallet?  Just checked and nothing so far?  Is there a built in delay that I failed to read the memo on? Smiley

Thanks in advance,

you have to get up to .01 before getting paid...(you can get paid on smaller amounts but there's a fee).   

ah... perfect... Wasn't sure if there was a min.  and I know that Kano is working on making that selectable... perfect, it was only .001 so it will just have to wait Smiley... thanks  for the reply


You can get paid at .001 but there's a fee.  No reason unless you truly need that .001 that badly.  lol
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January 22, 2018, 06:36:26 PM
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Does the slushpool support difficulty more than 500,000?
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January 22, 2018, 11:08:06 PM
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Hello do somebody advice me should I change dwarf pool to Slush Pool? Which will better?

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January 23, 2018, 03:29:09 AM
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Hello do somebody advice me should I change dwarf pool to Slush Pool? Which will better?

That depends on what you are mining. Slush pool only mines BTC, and ZEC. So if you are mining other coins than those 2 there is no reason to switch over.

I currently only mine BTC, so I can't speak to the ZEC side of things. You might get better responses in the alt coin section as to what pools people are preferring to mine with.

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January 24, 2018, 11:08:42 AM
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hello,

Could someone confirm that the actual 13btc block rewards each 2 or 3 hours can be considered as the usual average (slushpool) rate  Huh ?

Because I only started mining around few weeks ago December the third with a s9, and untill few days it was still 17btc( I don't get the raisons of the sizes of the block but will try to find it by my self )  but above all blocks were found more often ! Difficulties and block size are linked? Grin


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January 24, 2018, 01:32:29 PM
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hello,

Could someone confirm that the actual 13btc block rewards each 2 or 3 hours can be considered as the usual average (slushpool) rate  Huh ?

Because I only started mining around few weeks ago December the third with a s9, and untill few days it was still 17btc( I don't get the raisons of the sizes of the block but will try to find it by my self )  but above all blocks were found more often ! Difficulties and block size are linked? Grin


thank you.

The size of the block is determined by the number of transaction included and the fees paid by users sending BTC. An empty block currently has 12.5 BTC in it. Anything over the 12.5 is made up of the transaction fees of the BTC transactions that are processed within that block.

Not the best explanation but hopefully helps a little.
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