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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4328507 times)
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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


thank you.

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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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January 24, 2018, 04:15:12 PM
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hello, just want ask i have 1 s9 mine at slush pool the estimated reward daily is 0.00057093 , around 13.66Th/s.

another 1 s9 at nicehash everyday can get around usd20 ,seem like slush pool much lower reward then nicehash??

anyone can give advise?
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January 24, 2018, 05:42:18 PM
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hello, just want ask i have 1 s9 mine at slush pool the estimated reward daily is 0.00057093 , around 13.66Th/s.

another 1 s9 at nicehash everyday can get around usd20 ,seem like slush pool much lower reward then nicehash??

anyone can give advise?

hi,

my daily reward is right now more around 0.001583xx since few days ( sometime less, sometime up to 0.002xxxxx with a peak at 0.003 past weeks) with 1 s9. ( on slush)

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January 24, 2018, 08:40:42 PM
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Nice - 3 blocks in 6 minutes!
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January 25, 2018, 05:36:10 PM
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Nice - 3 blocks in 6 minutes!

Our luck has been great the past 2 days, although the block value has been lower than a week ago where we were constantly getting the 16, 17, and a few 18 valued blocks.  It does seem to average out in the long run.  I have only been mining for a week and a half now with 2 antminer s9's and I have 2 more on the way.  Right now, my daily average keeps going down, but is hovering around .0029 bitcoins a day.  Does that sound about right with you all with my 27 th's hashing power?

Also, a couple of config questions.  I changed my minimum difficulty from the default of 128 to 4096.  Should I go lower or higher or does it not really even matter?  Would this affect my pay rewards?

Also,  does the preferred blockchain voting affect anything...right now I have "current rules, bitcoin core" because honestly I am not sure what it means as far as, well, anything.  What should I have this set to maximize rewards?

Thanks,
Rick
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January 25, 2018, 11:04:53 PM
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Nice - 3 blocks in 6 minutes!

Our luck has been great the past 2 days, although the block value has been lower than a week ago where we were constantly getting the 16, 17, and a few 18 valued blocks.  It does seem to average out in the long run.  I have only been mining for a week and a half now with 2 antminer s9's and I have 2 more on the way.  Right now, my daily average keeps going down, but is hovering around .0029 bitcoins a day.  Does that sound about right with you all with my 27 th's hashing power?

Also, a couple of config questions.  I changed my minimum difficulty from the default of 128 to 4096.  Should I go lower or higher or does it not really even matter?  Would this affect my pay rewards?

Also,  does the preferred blockchain voting affect anything...right now I have "current rules, bitcoin core" because honestly I am not sure what it means as far as, well, anything.  What should I have this set to maximize rewards?

Thanks,
Rick


I am at exactly the same situation with 2 machines. As far as the daily reward is concerned, your is decreasing (as well as mine and all others') because on the 25th of Jan, mining difficulty jumped from 2.25 to 2.6 something. It happens every two weeks, so rewards will tend to decrease...

For the other questions, it will be interesting to hear the guys opinions.

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January 26, 2018, 09:32:31 AM
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I'm new to slushpool.  If I withdraw a balance higher than .01 btc, there is no fee correct?  How long will it take to arrive in my wallet at bittrex?
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January 27, 2018, 01:01:06 PM
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I'm new to slushpool.  If I withdraw a balance higher than .01 btc, there is no fee correct?  How long will it take to arrive in my wallet at bittrex?

Correct, there are only two types of fees that are incorporated in slush payment system. The first one is stable (pool fee 2% per block) and is used to cover the pool expenses. The second one is introduced only if you set your payout threshold below 0.01 BTC and it equals 0.0001 BTC.
Transaction fees for threshold equal to or higher than the limit value are covered by the pool.

How long, it might take more than a few hours depending on the cold and hot wallet movements in slush.

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January 27, 2018, 08:41:29 PM
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Apologies, I'd like some help with my question.

Whats the benefit of changing the default diff set to 128 on slushpool higher or lower?

Thanks in advance.

Try Kano Pool  (https://kano.is/)
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January 29, 2018, 11:16:23 AM
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Apologies, I'd like some help with my question.

Whats the benefit of changing the default diff set to 128 on slushpool higher or lower?

Thanks in advance.

Take a look at this help article:
https://slushpool.com/help/first-aid/troubleshooting

Also if your machines show near the hardware specs hash power and there is no big fluctuation in it, I wouldn't play with the difficulty setting. Let us know.

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January 29, 2018, 04:01:35 PM
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Apologies, I'd like some help with my question.

Whats the benefit of changing the default diff set to 128 on slushpool higher or lower?

Thanks in advance.

Take a look at this help article:
https://slushpool.com/help/first-aid/troubleshooting

Also if your machines show near the hardware specs hash power and there is no big fluctuation in it, I wouldn't play with the difficulty setting. Let us know.

Upping the diff mattered more back when you had GPU & USB miners in the same pool with bigger miners. The lower miners could shoot for lower diff and at least complete some shares before the next block so they get some kind of payment.   If a weak miner tries to do a huge diff and takes the whole time doing one share and never completes they don't get anything

And on the other side, huge miner farms don't want to have tons of small network traffic doing tiny diff so pools weigh the diff of the share as part of the payout system.. higher diff and less shares can pay more than many shares of lower diff




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January 29, 2018, 09:07:56 PM
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I have 4 BFL Monarch miners (750Gh).  Two of them are performing @ 95% (hashrate/poolrate) and the other two have problems. One is @ 360Gh (94%) (hashrate/poolrate), and the other is pushing 950Gh, but on slushpool, it's only showing 315Gh (32%).  It does not matter which computer I'm using the cgminer software.

'puter: Win 7 Desktop & Win8.3 laptop
software: CGMiner 4.10.0
Pool: SlushPool

How do I go about diagnosing the problem?

TIA
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