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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4343098 times)
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June 10, 2018, 11:36:53 PM
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I understand that, so you are telling me Slushpool isn't doing this on purpose? I'm just trying to get down to why it happened so suddenly out of the blue.

not sure what you mean when you get "6.5-7" coins per your 18TH...was there a period of bad luck on the pool? Remember the pool has to find blocks before you get paid, if they find less blocks...it takes longer to reach your payout.

6500 or 7000 satoshis per reward/block. I understand how mining works.

Doesn't seem so.   Slush's hash rate has risen, yours hasn't, so you make less per block.   
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June 11, 2018, 08:18:46 AM
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Just to clarify, the rewards are only influenced by rising network difficulty at the end: https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty

Pool size only influences short-term variance of the rewards, not the amount.

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June 15, 2018, 07:13:37 PM
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Btc prices is so bad. I am a miner and I feel teriale.  Angry Angry Angry
Any one like me?
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June 25, 2018, 09:37:30 PM
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Looking for some help / recommendations.  I am running one 13.5 Th/s rated Antminer S9i on Slush Pool, Hardware version 22.0.1.3, firmware version Tue May 22 20:08:17 CST 2018.

My hardware hash rate is not matching my scoring hashrate on slushpool.  I understand that this will not match exactly because it depends on which are actually accepted by the pool... but my slush pool scoring hash rate seems to be all over the place.  Most often 1 - 1.5 Th/s lower than my hardware is showing... sometimes close to normal at 13 Th/s,   and even sometimes (rarely) showing hash score higher than my hardware 14+ Th/s.   It seems to swing up and down all the time, while my S9i stays right around 13.5 - 13.6 Th/s.  

Attached is a snapshot of what hardware / slush pool is showing / chart history showing that its up and down all over the place.  Does anyone have any recommendations as to how to get a more consistent scoring hashrate on slushpool of near 13.5 Th/s ?

hardware screen, it shows 13k GH/S(avg) , but I am thinking that me be affected by the miner being down for some hours during this time.  The hashrates from hardware to slushpool not matching are during a set period of time that I watching both closely, so Slushpool had time to adjust to the hardware hashrate.  Thanks in advance for the help guys!  Grin BTC

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June 26, 2018, 01:10:01 AM
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Your daily average is 13.4 TH/s so that’s pretty darn close to right on the money. Scoring hash rate does tend to vary in real-time, but you should only really pay attention to variance from expected hash rate on the 1 hr and longer time periods.

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July 02, 2018, 01:25:15 PM
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Hi guys,

does anyone still experience any issues with their Innosilicon a9? Any feedback is appreciated.
https://support.slushpool.com/conversation/new

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July 02, 2018, 02:56:49 PM
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Hi guys,

does anyone still experience any issues with their Innosilicon a9? Any feedback is appreciated.
https://support.slushpool.com/conversation/new

Happy mining!

Is "slush official" a legit account?

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July 03, 2018, 11:04:25 AM
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Hi guys,

does anyone still experience any issues with their Innosilicon a9? Any feedback is appreciated.
https://support.slushpool.com/conversation/new

Happy mining!

Is "slush official" a legit account?

It is an excellent question, minefarmbuy. Don't trust, verify! Wink 
In order to prove our identity we signed a message for you with our mining wallet below.

address: 1CK6KHY6MHgYvmRQ4PAafKYDrg1ejbH1cE
message: "SlushPool official @ bitcointalk.org - I'm Slush Pool operator."
signature: H27dr30KnLWNxOrFIgWIoX2SyhyQ1W8eirCR3FOcnMMEYM8vAVBtknPW9K8MbjHE7DbOwIfMuSI7gBy uO/TX3Co=

Happy mining!  Cool

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July 04, 2018, 06:36:13 AM
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no block for almost 14 hours!
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July 04, 2018, 08:00:18 AM
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no block for almost 14 hours!
its terrible... i switched to BTC.COM last week at least the payments are regular.. but got quite a few HW errors there.. any good pool recommendations
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July 04, 2018, 08:05:16 AM
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no block for almost 14 hours!
its terrible... i switched to BTC.COM last week at least the payments are regular.. but got quite a few HW errors there.. any good pool recommendations

heading to 16h!

is this normal? first time on slush!
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July 04, 2018, 08:08:46 AM
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no block for almost 14 hours!
its terrible... i switched to BTC.COM last week at least the payments are regular.. but got quite a few HW errors there.. any good pool recommendations

heading to 16h!

is this normal? first time on slush!

So far longest was 6-7hrs for the past 4 months, seems unusual this round. Hope the luck improve soonz
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July 04, 2018, 04:05:50 PM
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no block for almost 14 hours!
its terrible... i switched to BTC.COM last week at least the payments are regular.. but got quite a few HW errors there.. any good pool recommendations

heading to 16h!

is this normal? first time on slush!
Switched to BTC.com enough of these dragged out payouts...
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July 04, 2018, 05:25:04 PM
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no block for almost 14 hours!
its terrible... i switched to BTC.COM last week at least the payments are regular.. but got quite a few HW errors there.. any good pool recommendations

heading to 16h!

is this normal? first time on slush!


is it me or the slushpool drop to 3% of the world hashrate?

https://www.blockchain.com/pools?timespan=24hours
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July 04, 2018, 07:08:32 PM
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no block for almost 14 hours!
its terrible... i switched to BTC.COM last week at least the payments are regular.. but got quite a few HW errors there.. any good pool recommendations

heading to 16h!

is this normal? first time on slush!


is it me or the slushpool drop to 3% of the world hashrate?

https://www.blockchain.com/pools?timespan=24hours
Its proper bad! I have switched, Slush were upsetting me for some time with this irregular payment system that is near to impossible to keep track of.. better to have a payment at 12 midnight for your work and its done. not this rubbish.. miners working for days without a payment.
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July 05, 2018, 12:43:16 AM
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So ... some fun numbers for those of you that have some hash rate at slush also Smiley

Their last 5 blocks diff% is 1117%, 127%, 237%, 119%, 509%

Putting that into a CDF[Erl] calculation says it should happen about once every ... 717839 blocks Smiley

Sorta like one in a million - well almost Smiley

The lower tail gamma is 6.96535e-06 so i.e. it's one in (1/6.96535e-06) or 1 in 143567.8 x 5 blocks

But I'd suggest you get them to look into that - coz when they were looking for that 1117% block yesterday, their #1 top miner with 400PH was showing no found blocks ... ...

Yeah you really need to keep an eye on the stats ... though some pools (ckpool) have none at all to verify such things and don't keep any share statistics to check such issues.

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July 05, 2018, 06:03:07 AM
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Here is a screenshot of slushpool 7 hours ago when it had difficulty finding blocks i.e. 3% of bitcoin network hashrate. <a href="https://ibb.co/cf5RcJ"><img src="https://thumb.ibb.co/cf5RcJ/slushpool.png" alt="slushpool" border="0"></a>

Six hours later, slushpool is 7% <a href="https://ibb.co/fKc04y"><img src="https://thumb.ibb.co/fKc04y/7percent.png" alt="7percent" border="0"></a>.
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July 07, 2018, 11:07:33 PM
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Is anyone else's Slush Pool stuck on block number 530395?
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July 08, 2018, 04:20:57 PM
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Ahh ole slush letting huge miners “test” again.  Was it an accidental block withold again? Asic boost gone awry ehh?  Again no compensation sorry my bad guys.  Remember this is beta after all.    I’d suggest just because this pool is big means nothing.  It’s mostly one or two people controlling that hash in the guise of looking decentralized Cheesy. That’s why you have 400 peta miner with no blocks.  And whoever that miner is surely doesn’t understand why bitcoin has value.  Greed has no boundaries.

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Edit what I should say is greed has no consequence in today’s society.  I have no worries nature will fix this for us sooner rather than later.  Let us not ignore the signs.  Wink

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July 09, 2018, 01:47:12 PM
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@SlushPool official

Can you please comment on this.
And on the other older case as well, thanks


So ... some fun numbers for those of you that have some hash rate at slush also Smiley

Their last 5 blocks diff% is 1117%, 127%, 237%, 119%, 509%

Putting that into a CDF[Erl] calculation says it should happen about once every ... 717839 blocks Smiley

Sorta like one in a million - well almost Smiley

The lower tail gamma is 6.96535e-06 so i.e. it's one in (1/6.96535e-06) or 1 in 143567.8 x 5 blocks

But I'd suggest you get them to look into that - coz when they were looking for that 1117% block yesterday, their #1 top miner with 400PH was showing no found blocks ... ...

Yeah you really need to keep an eye on the stats ... though some pools (ckpool) have none at all to verify such things and don't keep any share statistics to check such issues.

Ahh ole slush letting huge miners “test” again.  Was it an accidental block withold again? Asic boost gone awry ehh?  Again no compensation sorry my bad guys.  Remember this is beta after all.    I’d suggest just because this pool is big means nothing.  It’s mostly one or two people controlling that hash in the guise of looking decentralized Cheesy. That’s why you have 400 peta miner with no blocks.  And whoever that miner is surely doesn’t understand why bitcoin has value.  Greed has no boundaries.

BR

Edit what I should say is greed has no consequence in today’s society.  I have no worries nature will fix this for us sooner rather than later.  Let us not ignore the signs.  Wink

BR

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