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May 23, 2013, 12:15:10 AM
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Daily pool luck up to 102% at the moment \o/

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May 23, 2013, 12:17:48 AM
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And here again: 25+ min.

Edit: one more time - 13+ min.
Edit 2: and again - 6+ min.
Edit 3: and again - 4 min. Smiley

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May 23, 2013, 12:32:29 AM
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slush must be our lucky ticket, when he was afk pool was either bad luck or just getting by.

now we rolling in blocks.

edit: my god zzzzzzzz blockzzzzzzzzzz

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May 23, 2013, 01:05:46 AM
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Chyeah triple doublez like bosses

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May 23, 2013, 01:11:50 AM
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Chyeah triple doublez like bosses

doesn't this just indicate that difficulty will be going up
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May 23, 2013, 01:28:25 AM
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Chyeah triple doublez like bosses

doesn't this just indicate that difficulty will be going up
The difficulty will always go up with ASICs coming about. Sometimes they are just minutes apart and sometimes an hour. The system tries to keep generation to every 10 minutes. We were just lucky to get those 6 blocks in under 10 minutes.

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May 23, 2013, 01:33:36 AM
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Chyeah triple doublez like bosses

doesn't this just indicate that difficulty will be going up
The difficulty will always go up with ASICs coming about. Sometimes they are just minutes apart and sometimes an hour. The system tries to keep generation to every 10 minutes. We were just lucky to get those 6 blocks in under 10 minutes.

That is the only way they can build in any kind of value otherwise this is nothing more than a great big ponzi scheme.

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May 23, 2013, 03:49:15 AM
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We need more vibes!


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May 23, 2013, 03:54:26 AM
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Holy shit my vibes worked

Site skipped 237447 like last time. Gonna have to wait for that manual adjustment.

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May 23, 2013, 06:47:39 AM
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And all those blocks when my miner was down Sad.
Stupid Windows decided to sleep (after installing some updates) even it is completely disabled everywhere. I have checked again and it still on 'High Performance' with Sleep Never ... any ideas

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May 23, 2013, 07:11:53 AM
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Anyone have experiences with those?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195540.60

There are other group buys but I'm looking at this one since it is EU and relay low price.
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May 23, 2013, 08:23:49 AM
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Anyone have experiences with those?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195540.60

There are other group buys but I'm looking at this one since it is EU and relay low price.

Hmm...

Presently at Slush I get approx. 0.002BTC@~600MH/s at each block (averaged). We find around 16-18 blocks per day.
Assuming I were to pay 2.2BTC for this usb 'block eruptor' I would be looking at:

2.2 / 0.001 / 17 = 130 days to break-even, assuming network difficulty remains as-is, which it WILL NOT.

Because estimates of rate of difficulty increase vary wildly I hesitate to _speculate_ further, but it seems to me that there is a possibility this buy will not pay for itself in a reasonable time frame.

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May 23, 2013, 09:03:52 AM
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18165    2013-05-23 08:31:16    2:23:19    18307104    17149    0.00453823    237493    25.42096358
......
18153    2013-05-22 19:33:54    2:16:21    18220901    16402    0.02183197    237404    25.42343650


And how is it understood?  
My speed = 9Gh/s
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May 23, 2013, 09:05:25 AM
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Anyone have experiences with those?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195540.60

There are other group buys but I'm looking at this one since it is EU and relay low price.

Hmm...

Presently at Slush I get approx. 0.002BTC@~600MH/s at each block (averaged). We find around 16-18 blocks per day.
Assuming I were to pay 2.2BTC for this usb 'block eruptor' I would be looking at:

2.2 / 0.001 / 17 = 130 days to break-even, assuming network difficulty remains as-is, which it WILL NOT.

Because estimates of rate of difficulty increase vary wildly I hesitate to _speculate_ further, but it seems to me that there is a possibility this buy will not pay for itself in a reasonable time frame.


There are two more things to consider - let me use some examples:
- I have 5850 cards which use about 80-85W to produce roughly 300MH (or say it the same as that USB key). Here is the USB key advantage - it uses 0.5W.
- I got my cards at $120-150 each. Some are on dedicated mining rigs, some are used for gaming. At the end of the day I can sell those and recoup some of my investment.

My observations about payout are similar to mrm0's - with one rig at 900MH/s my average is about B 0.035-0.04/day (depending on luck). Or it will pay itself off in about 160-200 days (at current difficulty levels).
A GPU card (priced let's say 1.1BTC at current levels) making the same 300MH/sec minus price of electricity (2KW@$0.15=$0.3 or B0.0025) will bring you B 0.01/day or given the same presumptions will pay itself off in 100 days.
So, after the same 200 days each of those cards will pay itself and bring me about $120-150 profit + I can sell the cards for let's say $75 = total profit $200/card.

I'm over-simplifying it but you get the idea.

Bottom line is - if you're just now entering the mining world it is probably not worth the money as there are better alternatives.

EDIT: See this site for calculating the break-even duration: https://bitclockers.com/calc

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May 23, 2013, 09:09:15 AM
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18165    2013-05-23 08:31:16    2:23:19    18307104    17149    0.00453823    237493    25.42096358
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18153    2013-05-22 19:33:54    2:16:21    18220901    16402    0.02183197    237404    25.42343650


And how is it understood? 
My speed = 9Gh/s

I think we've seen this before ...

Mine is not much different:
18165    2013-05-23 08:31:16    2:23:19    18307104    2994    0.00000931    237493    25.42096358    99 confirmations left

I looked at my stats at around 8:15 server time and my score was almost zero, so it must've been recently reset (I guess at 8:00). With one exceptions those things usually self-correct after some time.

So - let's be patient for now.

Edit: took me some time to find the previous "famous" such block - it is 17925. The fun starts around page 388 and goes for a dozen pages if you want to read. Smiley

Edit 2 : I suspect we may hear from Slush soon - that block now shows:
18165    2013-05-23 08:31:16    2:23:19    18307104    none    none    237493    25.42096358    97 confirmations left

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May 23, 2013, 09:13:56 AM
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I looked at my stats at around 8:15 server time and my score was almost zero, so it must've been recently reset (I guess at 8:00). With one exceptions those things usually self-correct after some time.

So - let's be patient for now.

I noticed the reset too - I think the reset kicks in after exactly two hours into a round to stop numbers getting too big to handle.

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May 23, 2013, 09:33:20 AM
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18166   2013-05-23 09:08:42   0:37:26   4917512   1085   0.00578440   237495   25.48589671    98 potvrzení zbývá
18165   2013-05-23 08:31:16   2:23:19   18307104   none   none   237493   25.42096358    96 potvrzení zbývá
18164   2013-05-23 06:07:57   0:26:47   3562681   868   0.00608675   237468   25.06620000    71 potvrzení zbývá

asi problémik... Huh
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May 23, 2013, 09:39:25 AM
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no problem, this always happens, check again! like now, just fixed it's self! Grin

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May 23, 2013, 09:42:09 AM
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žiadny problém, vždy to stane, skontrolujte znova! ako teraz, len pevné, že je to sám!   if google translate works Tongue

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May 23, 2013, 09:48:10 AM
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18165    2013-05-23 08:31:16    2:23:19    18307104    17149    0.00453823    237493    25.42096358
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18153    2013-05-22 19:33:54    2:16:21    18220901    16402    0.02183197    237404    25.42343650


And how is it understood? 
My speed = 9Gh/s

I think we've seen this before ...

Mine is not much different:
18165    2013-05-23 08:31:16    2:23:19    18307104    2994    0.00000931    237493    25.42096358    99 confirmations left

I looked at my stats at around 8:15 server time and my score was almost zero, so it must've been recently reset (I guess at 8:00). With one exceptions those things usually self-correct after some time.

So - let's be patient for now.

Edit: took me some time to find the previous "famous" such block - it is 17925. The fun starts around page 388 and goes for a dozen pages if you want to read. Smiley

Edit 2 : I suspect we may hear from Slush soon - that block now shows:
18165    2013-05-23 08:31:16    2:23:19    18307104    none    none    237493    25.42096358    97 confirmations left


Aaaaaaand it's now fixed:  Smiley
18165    2013-05-23 08:31:16    2:23:19    18307104    2994    0.00407427    237493    25.42096358    95 confirmations left

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