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April 21, 2013, 06:32:06 PM
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New dificulty! 8,974,296.01
Im using just one ati 5850, 371-372 Mhash, somethimes at 380-382 Mhash.

These are the nw rewards

Here: http://dev.bitcoinx.com/profit/

with 370 Mhash, i should get :

Coins per 24h at these conditions    0.0207 BTC

Later i post the results.

Hio

How many diff-1 shares per day does 370 mhash/s work out to ? 7000 ish ??

That calculator is likely based on expected PPS earnings. Proportionally you should be making 0.00096, on average per round, with the pool at its current hashrate, 9700+ ghash/s. eg.. (your hashrate/pool's hashrate) * 25+ BTC

Btw, thanks to prop pools, I've consistantly made 10-25% more than the expected PPS earnings, during my 6 months of mining. I have yet to see variance eat my cake before I get the chance to. lol

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April 21, 2013, 06:34:56 PM
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bit of digging and the ' update ' file that failed was related to an old NERO i had to install to make a KNOPPIX iso in to a disk.... forgot that older ( win 98 compatable ) programs dumped things in to task sheduler but it should not have had an issue with the wallet.

If you did not get the wallet to back up your transactions ( any since starting it ) finding any coins for the ' old ' wallet may be useless and there is no way ( that I know of with out the cost of sending ' to yourself ' ) to make one wallet out of 2.
The only way I know to restore is to close the wallet, move the backup file ( of the walllet.dat ) on top of ( replacing and re-naming if needed to ' wallet.dat ' ) in the previously mentioned folder ( for those that missed it &system&\&user&\application data\bitcoin )

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April 21, 2013, 06:41:30 PM
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bit of digging and the ' update ' file that failed was related to an old NERO i had to install to make a KNOPPIX iso in to a disk.... forgot that older ( win 98 compatable ) programs dumped things in to task sheduler but it should not have had an issue with the wallet.

If you did not get the wallet to back up your transactions ( any since starting it ) finding any coins for the ' old ' wallet may be useless and there is no way ( that I know of with out the cost of sending ' to yourself ' ) to make one wallet out of 2.
The only way I know to restore is to close the wallet, move the backup file ( of the walllet.dat ) on top of ( replacing and re-naming if needed to ' wallet.dat ' ) in the previously mentioned folder ( for those that missed it &system&\&user&\application data\bitcoin )

Create a wallet at blockchain.info and drag and drop you wallet.dat file there. It supports encrypted files. If you don't trust their security, you can then transfer to a new address created otherwise.
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April 21, 2013, 07:13:44 PM
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Several of us are wondering about why the payouts on block 17605 went down so low.  Many of us are down 25x. :/

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Yes, that seems really strange to me as well. It might just be the side effect of the scoring algorithm, but this one block seems so much out of normal there might some other reason.
In my case, the reward from block is 3% of my earning from the previous block, although all 3 of my miners were constantly hashing.

Seems I am not the only one wondering...  Does anybody have any idea/theory?

Cheers,
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April 21, 2013, 07:24:08 PM
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Several of us are wondering about why the payouts on block 17605 went down so low.  Many of us are down 25x. :/

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Yes, that seems really strange to me as well. It might just be the side effect of the scoring algorithm, but this one block seems so much out of normal there might some other reason.
In my case, the reward from block is 3% of my earning from the previous block, although all 3 of my miners were constantly hashing.

Seems I am not the only one wondering...  Does anybody have any idea/theory?

Cheers,
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The score resets at certain intervals. It reset just before the block was found meaning slower miners would be on a very low score.

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April 21, 2013, 07:25:08 PM
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Hi

Same issue on my side too. I wrote to slush PM, waiting for an answer
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April 21, 2013, 07:28:05 PM
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Block 17605 me also

But my other question is that before the ddos and now i seem to have a reward of 30% less. My cards are the same and my hash rate has gone up by 2%.

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April 21, 2013, 07:29:23 PM
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I'm maybe wrong but before the ddos the pool rate was around 8-8.5TH/s now is nearly 10
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April 21, 2013, 07:31:28 PM
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Several of us are wondering about why the payouts on block 17605 went down so low.  Many of us are down 25x. :/

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Yes, that seems really strange to me as well. It might just be the side effect of the scoring algorithm, but this one block seems so much out of normal there might some other reason.
In my case, the reward from block is 3% of my earning from the previous block, although all 3 of my miners were constantly hashing.

Seems I am not the only one wondering...  Does anybody have any idea/theory?

Cheers,
   T


The score resets at certain intervals. It reset just before the block was found meaning slower miners would be on a very low score.

K.

ok but im running 10 workers all around 300Mhash each, how can i lose 2400% my normal reward. we are talking .084 down to .00035

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April 21, 2013, 07:32:43 PM
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Several of us are wondering about why the payouts on block 17605 went down so low.  Many of us are down 25x. :/

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Yes, that seems really strange to me as well. It might just be the side effect of the scoring algorithm, but this one block seems so much out of normal there might some other reason.
In my case, the reward from block is 3% of my earning from the previous block, although all 3 of my miners were constantly hashing.

Seems I am not the only one wondering...  Does anybody have any idea/theory?

Cheers,
   T


The score resets at certain intervals. It reset just before the block was found meaning slower miners would be on a very low score.

K.

I have read the details of the reward calculation. Even without a periodic reset, the exponential nature of the calculation would be effective against pool hopping, correct?
Do you know for a fact, that scores were reset just immediately before the end of the block?
My fastest miner is around 800MHash/s, I know there are beefier rigs out there but 3% is really out of normal, isn't it?

Cheers,
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April 21, 2013, 07:33:39 PM
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I'm maybe wrong but before the ddos the pool rate was around 8-8.5TH/s now is nearly 10

pool rate up 12%, my reward down 30%, my hash rate up 2%

Was 8.5 when i was getting my normal reward, now 9.7 and im down ~30%

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April 21, 2013, 07:37:07 PM
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Pool luck is down to 51%, Just stick with it and probability dictates it will even out.

It was up to 160% right after DDoS, I was raking it in Smiley

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April 21, 2013, 07:38:47 PM
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Do you know for a fact, that scores were reset just immediately before the end of the block?

Yeah, I happened to be watching - I was gutted.

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April 21, 2013, 07:47:58 PM
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Do you know for a fact, that scores were reset just immediately before the end of the block?

Yeah, I happened to be watching - I was gutted.

K.

So what happens to all them nice BTC that are *LOST*

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April 21, 2013, 07:48:42 PM
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Pool luck is down to 51%, Just stick with it and probability dictates it will even out.

It was up to 160% right after DDoS, I was raking it in Smiley

K.

But that should not affect the rewards, just the number of rewards?

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April 21, 2013, 07:50:37 PM
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Do you know for a fact, that scores were reset just immediately before the end of the block?

Yeah, I happened to be watching - I was gutted.

K.

So what happens to all them nice BTC that are *LOST*

joolz

They're not lost, the score determines how much you get a share, when it resets, faster miners who get a few shares quickly will take the lions share.

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April 21, 2013, 07:58:57 PM
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Pool luck is down to 51%, Just stick with it and probability dictates it will even out.

It was up to 160% right after DDoS, I was raking it in Smiley

K.

But that should not affect the rewards, just the number of rewards?

joolz

You are right, it is just how often, not how much.

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April 21, 2013, 07:59:59 PM
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Several of us are wondering about why the payouts on block 17605 went down so low.  Many of us are down 25x. :/

(...)

Yes, that seems really strange to me as well. It might just be the side effect of the scoring algorithm, but this one block seems so much out of normal there might some other reason.
In my case, the reward from block is 3% of my earning from the previous block, although all 3 of my miners were constantly hashing.

Seems I am not the only one wondering...  Does anybody have any idea/theory?

Cheers,
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In the ' Theory ' catagory.... shear hash rate vs miners for the last 2 days cpu mining not one share ( which is odd as i am getting used to short blocks with 4 shares and 0.00 payout ).
the shear volume of hashes vs shares lately means it won't drop below the 9 mill shares/round that makes it so I get something CPU mining.  This is not me being all cry babyish over only affording CPU mining, this is me at the bottom of the perspective saying hey look how much is wayyyy above me keeping me from getting another 0.00000001 BTC and happy for the shear volume in this pool.

Good for all of ya that get the GHash/sec to keep any one pool under the 51% and to keep BTC a reliable currency.

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April 21, 2013, 08:02:31 PM
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Do you know for a fact, that scores were reset just immediately before the end of the block?

Yeah, I happened to be watching - I was gutted.

K.

So what happens to all them nice BTC that are *LOST*

joolz

They're not lost, the score determines how much you get a share, when it resets, faster miners who get a few shares quickly will take the lions share.

K.

So your saying my 3Ghash are slow and thats why im getting nothing?

And all the people mining <1Ghash are the same.

Is there anybody here who got a real reward on this block

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April 21, 2013, 08:03:39 PM
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Scores just reset, estimated reward plummeted...

K.
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