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Author Topic: [2.5+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 4325844 times)
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January 13, 2012, 03:05:29 AM
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woohooo...now I can finally get my *precious* namecoins..

I sold all my 36 namecoins for 0.02000000 btc at bitparking and on top of their charge of 0.4 per cent, if I want to withdraw they charge 0.01000000 so in fact I will have 0.01000000 btc all in all sent to my bitcoin client. I'm sorry, but -wtf-.

It really isn't worth the bother anymore.

I'm with you on that one. The valuation is dog shit low. I just don't care about them anymore...just let them pile up in my NMC wallet. Now if only mtgox opened a NMC exchange I think it would really help it out a bit. I'm not just referring to NMC <---> BTC but also USD <---> NMC


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January 13, 2012, 03:09:33 AM
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woohooo...now I can finally get my *precious* namecoins..

I sold all my 36 namecoins for 0.02000000 btc at bitparking and on top of their charge of 0.4 per cent, if I want to withdraw they charge 0.01000000 so in fact I will have 0.01000000 btc all in all sent to my bitcoin client. I'm sorry, but -wtf-.

It really isn't worth the bother anymore.
http://btc-e.com is a little bit better, but its still meh.

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January 13, 2012, 04:41:34 AM
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I just don't care about them anymore...just let them pile up in my NMC wallet.
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+1

I think the main issue is the lack of demand. Namecoins only have one use right now, which is the .bit naming system. There aren't enough people browsing .bit domains. Maybe if they were seamlessly integrated into tor, adoption would increase and the value of Namecoins would increase.

There was a time when Bitcoins were just as new and had a similar low value compared to USD, but I don't foresee the value of Namecoins hitting US$30 within the next few years ...

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January 13, 2012, 11:43:11 AM
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If you're not going to use them, turn the mining off and leave more for those of us that will use them Smiley
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January 13, 2012, 01:06:22 PM
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If you're not going to use them, turn the mining off and leave more for those of us that will use them Smiley

SECONDED IN THE UTMOST ALLOWABLE MANNER

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January 13, 2012, 02:28:39 PM
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If you're not going to use them, turn the mining off and leave more for those of us that will use them Smiley

SECONDED IN THE UTMOST ALLOWABLE MANNER

/thanks
It appears that neither of you understand how merged mining works.
Each valid Bitcoin share has the potential to also be a valid Namecoin share, and only needs to be compared against the Namecoin chain - there is no extra mining or such going on.

Although, if he deletes his Namecoin address, his reward will be split among the rest of the users, so that could work I suppose Grin

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January 13, 2012, 02:30:46 PM
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Although, if he deletes his Namecoin address, his reward will be split among the rest of the users, so that could work I suppose Grin

That is what I meant Smiley (As I actually use namecoins for the purpose that they were designed for :p)
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January 13, 2012, 02:41:17 PM
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damn we've been having some bad luck here the last day or so... a couple 7-8 hour blocks.

fingers crossed for a streak of <10 minute rounds Smiley

edit: 1 day pool luck is currently at 39%  Cry

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January 13, 2012, 03:58:29 PM
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If you're not going to use them, turn the mining off and leave more for those of us that will use them Smiley

SECONDED IN THE UTMOST ALLOWABLE MANNER

/thanks
Although, if he deletes his Namecoin address, his reward will be split among the rest of the users, so that could work I suppose Grin


that is exactly what I meant.
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January 13, 2012, 04:08:36 PM
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Although, if he deletes his Namecoin address, his reward will be split among the rest of the users, so that could work I suppose Grin

That is what I meant Smiley (As I actually use namecoins for the purpose that they were designed for :p)

Honestly, what can they be used for really? Nobody will ever go to my .bit website if they have to programme their browser. I'd love to use it, I even tried the webhosting stuff but it's pretty much pointless and makes the impression for outsiders my webpage is subcultural or suspiciously hacker related. I believe noone will update their browsers to go to hidden pages (right now).
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January 13, 2012, 04:21:16 PM
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^^^^^^^^  +1

I wish it was as easy as setting up a .com or any other such domains. If only BIND and other dns servers would jump on board and include support for NMC even as an optional feature available during compile.

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January 13, 2012, 04:53:32 PM
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I'm working on a little something that might make it a bit easier, although not as easy as a normal unfortunately...

Probably looking at an "end of february"(ish) release Smiley
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January 13, 2012, 04:59:51 PM
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Namecoin needs a big name integration to make it relevant... Firefox, Tor, something of that nature...

but yeah those 8 hour blocks are  Shocked
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January 13, 2012, 05:16:50 PM
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Namecoin needs a big name integration to make it relevant... Firefox, Tor, something of that nature...


If some of these things like SOPA get pushed through then NMC might become a lot more popular, causing more effort to be put into developing the tech involved with using it easily and effectively. 
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January 14, 2012, 02:19:06 AM
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Can anyone comment as to what sort of payout/GH/s they're getting from this pool? Right now I'm running at around 2GH/s or higher, but only made about 1 BTC today which seems low. On ABC pool in December, I made around 1.25BTC/day from ~1.5GH/s.

Granted, difficulty has increased since then. We have also had some fairly terrible luck recently, so that may explain it as well. Obviously payout is going to have some inherit variation here due to luck as this isn't a PPS pool either.

I guess I'm just looking for someone to estimate the average BTC payout for running 1GH/s for 1 day here. Thanks!

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January 14, 2012, 04:47:00 AM
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I run right around 2.2GH and I was getting between 2-2.5 BTC per day back in December. I sort of bounce between here and Deepbit and I can say that I haven't really noticed much difference in payout between the 2 with the exception of the NMC that you get here at Slush which I feel makes up for the slightly higher variance that I "feel" between deepbit and slush.
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January 14, 2012, 02:59:53 PM
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I average around 1.5ghash and have been averaging about 1.25 btc a day since the ddos attacks...

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Obviously there has been some fluctuation though, I'm just talking averages.  And if you look at the previous couple posts, luck has been way down for the last day or two.

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January 14, 2012, 05:25:09 PM
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Can anyone comment as to what sort of payout/GH/s they're getting from this pool? Right now I'm running at around 2GH/s or higher, but only made about 1 BTC today which seems low. On ABC pool in December, I made around 1.25BTC/day from ~1.5GH/s.

Granted, difficulty has increased since then. We have also had some fairly terrible luck recently, so that may explain it as well. Obviously payout is going to have some inherit variation here due to luck as this isn't a PPS pool either.

I guess I'm just looking for someone to estimate the average BTC payout for running 1GH/s for 1 day here. Thanks!
I run at 200mhash and in the past 715 hours (~30days) I have gotten 0.006223766 per hour.
1Gh/s would be 5 times that so 0.03111883 per hour or 0.74685192 per 24 hours.
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January 14, 2012, 05:32:27 PM
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I run about 900 MHash (current rate in avatar... fluctuates between 870 and 940) and I get around 0.7BTC/day (average over the last 4 weeks)
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January 14, 2012, 06:23:21 PM
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Granted, difficulty has increased since then. We have also had some fairly terrible luck recently, so that may explain it as well. Obviously payout is going to have some inherit variation here due to luck as this isn't a PPS pool either.

You joined the pool in very unlucky day; From the Statistics page, the luck was around 39%, which is very low. However, as you can see, monthly luck is very close to 100% (it usually fluctuates from 99% to 101%, which is expected).

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