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May 01, 2013, 02:31:33 PM
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Block 17788 isn't showing on my stats page, anyone else noticing this?

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listed as processing on mine, just showed up within last two minutes or so


Now my shares reset for this round to 0 Cry (I guess it doesn't really matter too much if everyone's did)

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May 01, 2013, 02:39:16 PM
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Block 17788 isn't showing on my stats page, anyone else noticing this?

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listed as processing on mine, just showed up within last two minutes or so


Now my shares reset for this round to 0 Cry (I guess it doesn't really matter too much if everyone's did)

K.
I have also noticed the time and percentage are way outta wack.

Winter is coming.

Just a simple miner trying to make it in this crazy digital world.
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May 01, 2013, 02:52:19 PM
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I have also noticed the time and percentage are way outta wack.

Winter is coming.

My speed is also down... And I don't see enough shares...
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May 01, 2013, 03:33:45 PM
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When the missing block was added, it reset the round half way through, the last round was split in two (shares and speeds where affected, but reward should be about right). That's why it's showing as 17790 instead of 17789.

Winter is coming.

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May 01, 2013, 03:38:09 PM
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Winter is coming.

And with it... The Others (nmc & ltc miners).

Edit, sorry.  NMC miners are The Others, ltc miners are White Walkers.  I know, I know way too much about SoI&F

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May 01, 2013, 03:42:07 PM
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Winter is coming.

And with it... The Others (nmc & ltc miners).

Edit, sorry.  NMC miners are The Others, ltc miners are White Walkers.  I know, I know way too much about SoI&F

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May 01, 2013, 05:43:18 PM
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Hey slush!

Any change you can add the Your Shares data to this api when a specific api key is provided:

https://mining.bitcoin.cz/stats/json/

Would appreciate it but i know you are busy.

Also..  want to make a pitch (again) about merged mining nmc, dvcm ixc under stratum.  I know they may be dead coins to some, but they still can be converted to btc - at least nmc - because the conversion to btc rate is enough to make it noticable when the btc rates are as high as they are..

Would a bribe of a few btc help make it reality maybe???

Thanks!
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May 01, 2013, 06:29:27 PM
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Slush's pool is relatively popular. I'm a small miner, two 16 Mhash workers and one 6 Mhash worker, so i contemplate what being small means, how i am impacted. There are 5Ghash miners coming into existance now. there will be a time where they will reap huge shares until the difficulty adjusts to compensate for them. we had a 32 sec block? either great luck or a fast hasher.

once the difficulty adjusts, Mhashers will obviously become the slow guys, equivalent to the current CPU miners. But, considering the slow deliverys on the Ghash machines it will be sometime before the difficulty adjusts totally in their favor, probably 3-6 months.

The point is that with the fast machines coming into being we are going to see more and more blocks where we've been excluded from the payout or got a really small portion. But, the alternative is not mining. sure you could go to another pool where there is less competion for the share. But, small pools will have less of a chance of finding a block in the first place.

Maybe Slush needs to add more zeroes to the right of the decimal so we feel like we aren't mining for nothing. Or, we just accept that there will be some 0BTC blocks for us little guys. Personally, I like Slush's pool will hang in there. Someday there will be reasonable delivery times on Ghash machines and i'll be able to get some and claw my way back up to the level of the playing field. In the mean time anything that i get is better than not mining. I'm enjoying mining as a hobby, hobbies are rarely profitable.

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May 01, 2013, 06:29:52 PM
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Also..  want to make a pitch (again) about merged mining nmc, dvcm ixc under stratum.  I know they may be dead coins to some, but they still can be converted to btc - at least nmc - because the conversion to btc rate is enough to make it noticable when the btc rates are as high as they are..

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I made some investigations and figure out we are loosing more then 10% of income. So I would really appreciated...
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May 01, 2013, 06:38:42 PM
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Also..  want to make a pitch (again) about merged mining nmc, dvcm ixc under stratum.  I know they may be dead coins to some, but they still can be converted to btc - at least nmc - because the conversion to btc rate is enough to make it noticable when the btc rates are as high as they are..

+1

I made some investigations and figure out we are loosing more then 10% of income. So I would really appreciated...

Actually i came up with about the same number roughly.
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May 01, 2013, 08:00:24 PM
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I made some investigations and figure out we are loosing more then 10% of income. So I would really appreciated...

https://www.youtube.com/embed/GeI5ke0BENw?feature=player_detailpage

Maybe I just picked a bad time to test Slush's pool.  "2% fees" they tell me.  I moved over from 5% pool, where payout was 0.02 / 9 hours for my little 1.1GH/s rig.  In 18 hours, I've earned 0.019.  So maybe this is 50% fees pool?

Leaving as soon as I can get back to my rig.   Angry
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May 01, 2013, 08:03:05 PM
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Slush's pool is relatively popular. I'm a small miner, two 16 Mhash workers and one 6 Mhash worker, so i contemplate what being small means, how i am impacted. There are 5Ghash miners coming into existance now. there will be a time where they will reap huge shares until the difficulty adjusts to compensate for them. we had a 32 sec block? either great luck or a fast hasher.

once the difficulty adjusts, Mhashers will obviously become the slow guys, equivalent to the current CPU miners. But, considering the slow deliverys on the Ghash machines it will be sometime before the difficulty adjusts totally in their favor, probably 3-6 months.

The point is that with the fast machines coming into being we are going to see more and more blocks where we've been excluded from the payout or got a really small portion. But, the alternative is not mining. sure you could go to another pool where there is less competion for the share. But, small pools will have less of a chance of finding a block in the first place.

Maybe Slush needs to add more zeroes to the right of the decimal so we feel like we aren't mining for nothing. Or, we just accept that there will be some 0BTC blocks for us little guys. Personally, I like Slush's pool will hang in there. Someday there will be reasonable delivery times on Ghash machines and i'll be able to get some and claw my way back up to the level of the playing field. In the mean time anything that i get is better than not mining. I'm enjoying mining as a hobby, hobbies are rarely profitable.

What are you mining with? My i5 laptop can get 10+MHash! For a while I had a cluster of dual-core desktops I have access to (I don't pay the leckie and the ToU didn't prohibit it. Stopped when I got a "Theres some strange activity on your account" email from the admin) getting me 100+MHash and there can only have been 25 of them running at most!

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May 01, 2013, 08:05:08 PM
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I made some investigations and figure out we are loosing more then 10% of income. So I would really appreciated...

https://www.youtube.com/embed/GeI5ke0BENw?feature=player_detailpage

Maybe I just picked a bad time to test Slush's pool.  "2% fees" they tell me.  I moved over from 5% pool, where payout was 0.02 / 9 hours for my little 1.1GH/s rig.  In 18 hours, I've earned 0.019.  So maybe this is 50% fees pool?

Leaving as soon as I can get back to my rig.   Angry

The more i look at it, im thinking the shares set up skews towards high powered miners. Still to prove it with some maths and tests. Last exam is on Tuesday. After that I can have a proper look.

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May 01, 2013, 08:12:14 PM
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So my miners were down for like 5 minutes last block. i did 3500 shares and got 0 reward.

Just a simple miner trying to make it in this crazy digital world.
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May 01, 2013, 08:13:31 PM
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I made some investigations and figure out we are loosing more then 10% of income. So I would really appreciated...

https://www.youtube.com/embed/GeI5ke0BENw?feature=player_detailpage

Maybe I just picked a bad time to test Slush's pool.  "2% fees" they tell me.  I moved over from 5% pool, where payout was 0.02 / 9 hours for my little 1.1GH/s rig.  In 18 hours, I've earned 0.019.  So maybe this is 50% fees pool?

Leaving as soon as I can get back to my rig.   Angry

Well it was a good time. 15 blocks in 18 hours. Unless you were having connection problems or you haven't mind all the time you should be getting 0,05-0,06. Looks at block rewords. Or are you looking at just confirmed reword?
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May 01, 2013, 08:15:29 PM
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Leaving as soon as I can get back to my rig.   Angry

C ya

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May 01, 2013, 08:21:15 PM
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So at 1 ghs a guy should be at .05-.06 in 8-9hrs? I make that in a day with 950mh/s!  I hope that estimate isn't right otherwise something isn't right on my end or the server lol.

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May 01, 2013, 08:31:39 PM
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So at 1 ghs a guy should be at .05-.06 in 8-9hrs? I make that in a day with 950mh/s!  I hope that estimate isn't right otherwise something isn't right on my end or the server lol.
It is for last 18 hours... But only for last 18 hours not for every day... Luck is a component that you need to factor in...

EDIT: and you misread. He told us he was on pool for 18 hours...
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May 01, 2013, 08:38:33 PM
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The more i look at it, im thinking the shares set up skews towards high powered miners. Still to prove it with some maths and tests. Last exam is on Tuesday. After that I can have a proper look.
If a pool is biased in favor of high performance miners, it is not a fair pool and should be abandoned by all but the single highest performing miner.

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May 01, 2013, 08:46:05 PM
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So at 1 ghs a guy should be at .05-.06 in 8-9hrs? I make that in a day with 950mh/s!  I hope that estimate isn't right otherwise something isn't right on my end or the server lol.

No my average last week was about 0.053/day but there were outages, etc.  Off ~1200MH/s. 

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