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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4374740 times)
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March 16, 2018, 10:24:19 PM
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The main difference is pool fees - 2% at Slush and 0.9% at Kano.  Kano pays 1.1% more per block found.

What are other diff's bt pools?  I know slushpool but not CK pool?


ckpool.org 's fee is zero. 0%.
But the losses due to diff changes are expected to be around 5% to 10%

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March 18, 2018, 11:13:18 AM
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Has someone an ''easy trick'', or rule of thumb to roughly calculate the real payout time remaining , after that the stupid green/blue bar reached 100% ?

thank you.
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March 18, 2018, 02:01:28 PM
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Has someone an ''easy trick'', or rule of thumb to roughly calculate the real payout time remaining , after that the stupid green/blue bar reached 100% ?

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If you are referring to the "% to payout" bar. Once it is full you should have reached the payout threshold you have set for your account. This usually pays out automatically within a couple hours.
One time I noticed it hadn't paid out in over a day so I sent them an email and it was sorted out 2 hours later

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March 18, 2018, 04:44:47 PM
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Has someone an ''easy trick'', or rule of thumb to roughly calculate the real payout time remaining , after that the stupid green/blue bar reached 100% ?

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All depends on how much hash you're pointing at the pool and your threshold payout. 
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March 18, 2018, 07:34:27 PM
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Has someone an ''easy trick'', or rule of thumb to roughly calculate the real payout time remaining , after that the stupid green/blue bar reached 100% ?

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All depends on how much hash you're pointing at the pool and your threshold payout.  


yes of course, and others factors, like your scoring rewards etc; So independently of whatever hasrate you have etc, I wonder how do you calcultate the real remaining time to the real payout.

Lets take an example with:  
-80 th/s.
-treshold at 0.01btc.


As soon as your total of confirmed and unconfirmed reward reach 0.01btc the bar is full and 100% payout appear. ( just to make you happy )

Let's say that at this moment your Confirmed reward is at 0.005btc to stay simple. So the Unconfirmed is at least at 0.005btc. But how do you simply do your maths at this moment ?
Between the blocks, the duration of the confirmation, the unconfirmed rewards and the rewards of each unconfirmed blocks...It's a little bit tricky isn't it ?
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March 18, 2018, 08:06:58 PM
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Has someone an ''easy trick'', or rule of thumb to roughly calculate the real payout time remaining , after that the stupid green/blue bar reached 100% ?

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All depends on how much hash you're pointing at the pool and your threshold payout.  


yes of course, and many others factors, like your rewards, block value etc; So independently of whatever hasrate you have etc, I wonder how do you calcultate the real remaining time to the real payout.

Lets take an example with:  
-80 th/s.
-treshold at 0.01btc.


As soon as your total of confirmed and unconfirmed reward reach 0.01btc the bar is full and 100% payout appear. ( just to make you happy )

Let's say that at this moment your Confirmed reward is at 0.005btc to stay simple. So the Unconfirmed is at least at 0.005btc. But how do you simply do your maths at this moment ?
Between the blocks, the duration of the confirmation, the unconfirmed rewards and the rewards of each unconfirmed blocks...It's a little bit tricky isn't it ?

 I don't worry about the difference between confirmed and unconfirmed...as it all eventually ends up in the confirmed pile (roughly 16 hours after the latest block that you've participated in). 
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March 18, 2018, 09:15:24 PM
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Its not that complex.

100 confirmations and something goes to confirmed. If you are below the threshhold you need to wait till 100 confs. It even says how long left on the website. I'm not following where it is confusing in any way.
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March 19, 2018, 02:27:27 AM
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There is no way to predict exactly when it will reach it's 100 confirmations. As each confirmation is a block that was created on the bitcoin network. Since it is a random event, there is no way to predict it. But for the sake of argument, the blocks should be found at 10 minute intervals, so plan on 1000 minutes for a block to reach maturity.
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March 19, 2018, 02:46:51 AM
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There is no way to predict exactly when it will reach it's 100 confirmations. As each confirmation is a block that was created on the bitcoin network. Since it is a random event, there is no way to predict it. But for the sake of argument, the blocks should be found at 10 minute intervals, so plan on 1000 minutes for a block to reach maturity.

Yeah I usually give it a bit more than 16 hours...just a rough guesstimate that's pretty damn close for government work!
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March 19, 2018, 06:28:09 AM
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ok, so around 16h after the last block that brang you to 100% fill bar ( but you have to know it ! ) seems to be the only way.

 
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March 19, 2018, 11:26:35 AM
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ok, so around 16h after the last block that brang you to 100% fill bar ( but you have to know it ! ) seems to be the only way.

 

Well no, you could be at 99% and have all 99% confirmed.

But 16h after you hit 100% is the longest it could take.
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March 19, 2018, 02:30:55 PM
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ok, so around 16h after the last block that brang you to 100% fill bar ( but you have to know it ! ) seems to be the only way.

 

Well no, you could be at 99% and have all 99% confirmed.

But 16h after you hit 100% is the longest it could take.


Well it could be 17-18 hours due to a long period of not finding blocks solved, but 16 hours is a pretty good guestimate as it will be just a little bit longer than that if everything played out right and every block was solved at exactly 10 minutes.
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March 19, 2018, 02:59:10 PM
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Assuming you have solid internet connection and your miners are running @ full hash, is there really a formula for maximizing efficiency in slushpool?  I have been using slushpool a little over a month and am wondering if anybody using slushpool follows a formula to determine if their current server in slushpool is maximizing their returns?

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March 28, 2018, 10:07:21 AM
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I've been mining Bitcoin on Slush from around middle January. I see that the Namecoin rewards in my report just says "Processing". In that history it looks like the last Namecoin was processed at block 41647 on 2018-01-12 10:28, days before I started mining on Slush.

What gives? Why is there no processing taking place? Why is there no Namecoin payout?

Any insight into this would be appreciated.
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March 28, 2018, 11:56:09 AM
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I've been mining Bitcoin on Slush from around middle January. I see that the Namecoin rewards in my report just says "Processing". In that history it looks like the last Namecoin was processed at block 41647 on 2018-01-12 10:28, days before I started mining on Slush.

What gives? Why is there no processing taking place? Why is there no Namecoin payout?

Any insight into this would be appreciated.

We are currently experiencing some difficulties with the exchange it takes a while before the rewards gets processed. For technical reasons we process the NMC rewards only every few weeks. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Either way, NMC value is quite low nowadays - unfortunately.

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March 29, 2018, 10:50:26 AM
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After a very high good luck period ( 200%/250% for last 10 blocks) , I wonder if shutting down the miners for 6/8 hours is not a bad idea to gain electricity cost...As it seems to usually fall down just after.     Huh Roll Eyes
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March 29, 2018, 01:40:52 PM
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33694   2018-03-29 05:49   07:39:59   2.927 Eh/s
Over 7 hours for the last one. Ouch
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March 29, 2018, 05:30:44 PM
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33694   2018-03-29 05:49   07:39:59   2.927 Eh/s
Over 7 hours for the last one. Ouch

2 in the last 12hrs....double ouch
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March 29, 2018, 05:39:43 PM
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I was afraid to see the 12 hours graph empty...
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March 31, 2018, 09:34:50 AM
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Dear US east-coast miners, we have resolved recent connectivity issue which affected only AWS part of the pool infrastructure. Everything is fully operational now. We apologize for the inconveniences.
Slush Pool team

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