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Author Topic: [40+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 3931390 times)
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May 27, 2011, 11:21:02 PM
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I don't get why some rounds take 2-3 hours, while others take 10-30 minutes. Can someone explain this to me?

Because we are GUESSING at the hash for a block and get "lucky".
Hence probability, not fixed rate of success.
Read the wiki entry on mining and what the actual block generation process entails for more details.

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May 27, 2011, 11:36:08 PM
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Unconfirmed/confirmed should not be affecting the total...

Of course not. But during block confirmations I'm 'moving' those unconfirmed funds from one 'heap' to another. This can take some time, usually few seconds. Don't forget that profile page is cached for minute, so when you hit time during this calculation, you might see this for one minute.

Technical details: unconfirmed reward is calculated as database query from block reward table, filtering out already confirmed blocks. Once funds are confirmed, they are added to user's 'reward' field.

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May 28, 2011, 06:07:32 AM
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can you set payouts to less than 1btc or is that the minimum, like say every .5 btc instead of 1.0??

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May 28, 2011, 06:28:00 AM
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can you set payouts to less than 1btc or is that the minimum, like say every .5 btc instead of 1.0??

I the payout set very low atm (don't see alot of movement with my low 31.7M hash rate) and have no problems at all.

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May 28, 2011, 06:29:53 AM
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can you set payouts to less than 1btc or is that the minimum, like say every .5 btc instead of 1.0??

I the payout set very low atm (don't see alot of movement with my low 31.7M hash rate) and have no problems at all.

thanks.

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May 28, 2011, 09:54:50 AM
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4893    2011-05-28 09:30:05    0:00:26    2819    none    127290    99 confirmations left
Good job guys, although I was unlucky.
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May 28, 2011, 10:11:14 AM
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mining is down men  Grin

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May 29, 2011, 02:53:05 AM
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Thank you for confirming what I noticed. The missing amount usually comes back, except the one time it went down and didn't come back before a payout. It's like I'm mining and suddenly my rewards from a round or two ago just disappears.
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I started mining 8 hours ago been using your pool for 6 i just had around 35 shares of the following round.


4915   2011-05-29 02:42:51   2:13:47   1010313   none   127404    100 confirmations left

why didnt i got any reward?? it has happen 3 times already the other times i thought it was lag but it's been 3 hours since those rounds ended and it still says none.


where is the 0.003xxx btc i had went? since they haven't rolled over to the current round. If they did there is no visual indication for me to see if since it says share 0. (for current round).

EDIT: After a while the statistic page showed that i had a reward in that block.

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May 29, 2011, 06:12:48 AM
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EDIT: After a while the statistic page showed that i had a reward in that block.

Yes, it take few minutes after round closing to calculate round rewards.

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May 29, 2011, 06:34:27 AM
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Oh hi slush, you're a real person Smiley

I'm new.  Just joined your pool last week.  Started @ 80MH, Currently at 440MH, and hopefully will be ~610MH tomorrow!
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May 29, 2011, 06:42:54 AM
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Oh hi slush, you're a real person Smiley

I'm new.  Just joined your pool last week.  Started @ 80MH, Currently at 440MH, and hopefully will be ~610MH tomorrow!

So if I want to contriube 568MH, what is the payout like? *never pooled mine, just curious..if you can convince me*
I need to hit another 500MH soon before though.

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May 29, 2011, 07:25:10 AM
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So if I want to contriube 568MH, what is the payout like? *never pooled mine, just curious..if you can convince me*
I need to hit another 500MH soon before though.
Pooled mining versus solo doesn't change your average payout other than the 2% fee, it just makes it much more steady which is important when otherwise you could go a month or more without solving a block, and think how pissed you'd be if when you solved that block it was stale. The things that change payout are the current difficulty and exchange rate, things that slush would only be guessing at like anyone else, so he probably doesn't want to convince you, it's your decision. To get an estimate based on current numbers use the following page (and subtract 2%)

http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator.php

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May 29, 2011, 08:47:09 AM
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To many newbies, it seems they are contributing to pool, forgetting the reality that if they go solo, they will just end up paying electricity, wasting time & they won't get any bitcoin.
Pooled mine is for every miner to get some bitcoins stably. You are not contributing to pool, actually your are begging pool to join, so that you will get at least some minimum bitcoins, instead of invalid blocks after 30 days of continuous mining in solo.
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May 29, 2011, 10:44:55 AM
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Hi there slush!

I am loving your pool, the best out there I think..

Only thing that I feel that it is lacking is individual worker stats via the json request (BTCMine.com has it!). Perhaps you would be able to add this is? - I would love to write a webpage for myself to notify me when(if) my miner fails and stops submitting shares.

Thanks for listening!

Edit:

Also maybe another json url for the user graphs?

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May 29, 2011, 03:44:36 PM
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To many newbies, it seems they are contributing to pool, forgetting the reality that if they go solo, they will just end up paying electricity, wasting time & they won't get any bitcoin.
Pooled mine is for every miner to get some bitcoins stably. You are not contributing to pool, actually your are begging pool to join, so that you will get at least some minimum bitcoins, instead of invalid blocks after 30 days of continuous mining in solo.

I mostly agree that most people don't have enough hashing power to go solo, especially people new to mining. As of the second part of your statement I see pools and miners as a cooperation, I mean the miner benefits from having consistent but smaller payouts, and the pool benefits by having more hashing power and able to have shorter rounds.
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May 29, 2011, 04:46:50 PM
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Sure, its cooperation between pools & miners. & This pool actually called in the name of "cooperative mining"
Why should pool owner convince a miner?

So if I want to contriube 568MH, what is the payout like? *never pooled mine, just curious..if you can convince me*
I need to hit another 500MH soon before though.
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May 29, 2011, 05:28:29 PM
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My confirmed reward just dropped by .06 BTC. I mean .. its confirmed right? How can it still drop?
I'm not complaining about .06 BTC, but what if it happened with way more.
Edit: Its fixed now. Still strange though because it was confirmed.
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May 29, 2011, 05:58:25 PM
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There are too many guy posting here about the reward is wrong, losing the confirmed reward...
you guy don't just stay and looking at the rewards all the time, all the day men.
The server must take time to calculate the reward of all members, and the true numbers is showing then ( i think it take about 10m+). reward right or wrong is base on the stats, instal the greasemonkey to check it.

Then, just come back and check you graphs the how many btc you earn for a day, counting the block we are solved, then calculate your rewards to check again is it rights.

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May 29, 2011, 06:20:08 PM
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Maybe it's time for a new balancer?

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2011-05-29 21:17:48: Listener for "slush": 29/05/2011 21:17:48, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-29 21:18:24: Listener for "slush": 29/05/2011 21:18:24, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-29 21:19:38: Listener for "slush": 29/05/2011 21:19:38, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC

And this is only a small sample!
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May 29, 2011, 07:32:17 PM
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Sure, its cooperation between pools & miners. & This pool actually called in the name of "cooperative mining"
Why should pool owner convince a miner?

So if I want to contriube 568MH, what is the payout like? *never pooled mine, just curious..if you can convince me*
I need to hit another 500MH soon before though.

Didnt mean it like that. Just wanted to see peoples thoughts and advantages between the two.

Calc says I'll do 1.30 BTC solo, so does the pool calc at deepbit if I pool.
So far so good though, im already pooling and liking it.

Solo mining was becoming annoying without proper hasing power.
What do you think is good hashing power to go solo? over 1gh?

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