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May 27, 2013, 01:48:06 PM
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18226    2013-05-26 13:56:43    2:04:08    18252665    2769    0.00380921    4002.18272667    238029    25.11921600    confirmed

So, where are my 4002.1827667 Namecoins, huh? XD

Slight calculation error I think.

( Shame that, I could have done with 20something BTC worth of money right now Tongue )

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May 27, 2013, 02:09:51 PM
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18226    2013-05-26 13:56:43    2:04:08    18252665    2769    0.00380921    4002.18272667    238029    25.11921600    confirmed

So, where are my 4002.1827667 Namecoins, huh? XD

Slight calculation error I think.

( Shame that, I could have done with 20something BTC worth of money right now Tongue )

18226   2013-05-26 13:56:43   2:04:08   18252665   3157   0.00417417   3147.16816922   238029   25.11921600    confirmado

I have the same "error". Guess there is a big problem with that block.

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May 27, 2013, 04:37:35 PM
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Every single one you (almost), need to rethink how you view bitcoin and your rewards in this pool.  You act as if you do something you deserve, hahaha lol deserve a reward for it.  And then post many inane data filled clusters about that proof, and don't still realize one simple thing.  I can say none of you get it because the increasing page posts about this and that and how mandy shoulda done this and that within roughly the last half of  the totality of the posts on this thread that I've read does not mention this maxim.


If I do A then I will get B, this is what happens at a J.O.B.  If you endeavor into this realm where A does not mean at all then that B proceeds then you will have learned a lot about life.  If you mine and you have introduced to the pool so many hashes this does not mean you will get rewarded what so ever, and if you do it may not be what you expect.  This is understood, and accepted, it might be a hard concept with which to wrap your head around, but that is it.  And if you have made a huge investment in this endeavor then you did so at your own will.  No one, Not Slush Nor you held a gun to your head and said throw away your money, or risk it.  This is your risk, no one else's, your choice.

Hi, this is a job.  It is recording the Bitcoin transactions and maintaining the security of the Bitcoin network.  Many people in the Internet industry make a living by maintaining computers that perform some type of service such as web hosting, database administration, running data servers, etc.

This bitcoin is a risk, risk will pay you money or make you lose money, but it is a risk.  Not a job, a job will pay you for x amount of work.  In a way you can expect to get paid for x amount of work in a pool, but you still are taking a risk.  Sorry if you can't see it that way.  But that is what it is.  If you have invested large sums of money to mine bitcoin, there is no guarantee you will receive what reward you expect, there is no guarantee here.  I don't care, or rather it don't care how much math you throw at it.
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May 27, 2013, 04:50:22 PM
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Every single one you (almost), need to rethink how you view bitcoin and your rewards in this pool.  You act as if you do something you deserve, hahaha lol deserve a reward for it.  And then post many inane data filled clusters about that proof, and don't still realize one simple thing.  I can say none of you get it because the increasing page posts about this and that and how mandy shoulda done this and that within roughly the last half of  the totality of the posts on this thread that I've read does not mention this maxim.


If I do A then I will get B, this is what happens at a J.O.B.  If you endeavor into this realm where A does not mean at all then that B proceeds then you will have learned a lot about life.  If you mine and you have introduced to the pool so many hashes this does not mean you will get rewarded what so ever, and if you do it may not be what you expect.  This is understood, and accepted, it might be a hard concept with which to wrap your head around, but that is it.  And if you have made a huge investment in this endeavor then you did so at your own will.  No one, Not Slush Nor you held a gun to your head and said throw away your money, or risk it.  This is your risk, no one else's, your choice.

Hi, this is a job.  It is recording the Bitcoin transactions and maintaining the security of the Bitcoin network.  Many people in the Internet industry make a living by maintaining computers that perform some type of service such as web hosting, database administration, running data servers, etc.

This bitcoin is a risk, risk will pay you money or make you lose money, but it is a risk.  Not a job, a job will pay you for x amount of work.  In a way you can expect to get paid for x amount of work in a pool, but you still are taking a risk.  Sorry if you can't see it that way.  But that is what it is.  If you have invested large sums of money to mine bitcoin, there is no guarantee you will receive what reward you expect, there is no guarantee here.  I don't care, or rather it don't care how much math you throw at it.

This is true, but that does not mean that we dont have the right to complain when things dont work the way that they are supposed to here.  Slush is not doing this for free.  When we mine here we follow the pay out system that slush has in place. It is like a deal that we make with him.  When things dont go according to that deal, and he doesnt acknowledge anything is wrong or do anything to correct it, he broke that deal.  I trust slush to make things right, when he is told about it, but he has been curiously absent for a while now.  Anyone that says we dont have a right to complain at all about him not following through on our "deal" on HIS end, is an iddiot. By that same logic, no one has a right to complain when WE dont follow through with the "deal" on our end and pool hop, or hack/trick the system into giving us a higher payout.

People need to chill out a bit,freaking out when someone points out that something is wrong when the payout system isnt working.
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May 27, 2013, 05:26:43 PM
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This bitcoin is a risk, risk will pay you money or make you lose money, but it is a risk.  Not a job, a job will pay you for x amount of work.  In a way you can expect to get paid for x amount of work in a pool, but you still are taking a risk.  Sorry if you can't see it that way.  But that is what it is.  If you have invested large sums of money to mine bitcoin, there is no guarantee you will receive what reward you expect, there is no guarantee here.  I don't care, or rather it don't care how much math you throw at it.


If I take risk to mean the possibility of things happening that are outside of one's control, everything involves risk (e.g., my boss may default on a loan to the business and I'll find the doors locked and the pay I've earned gone when I show up in the morning).

Gain (or loss) on some risk-taking endeavor is always affected by those who make better (or worse) guesses than I, have better (or worse) timing than I, or do a better (or worse) job of scamming.  Still, I go to work in the mornings, I invest in the stock markets, I mine bitcoins, and I hope for more than enough profit in the long run to offset my losses.
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May 27, 2013, 05:32:03 PM
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ahhh yes you will complain, wish there were a thread for that alone so I wouldn't have to sift thru all of it to get to the meat and potatoes, not that you don't have that right.  But, yet I had not mentioned that so you did introduce that into the point I made, yes you will complain.
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May 27, 2013, 05:41:20 PM
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Pretty much, a job is what you do for a living. Some jobs have more risk than others. For some, mining Bitcoins could indeed be their job. For others it could be a Hobby or Entertainment.

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May 27, 2013, 05:46:16 PM
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ahhh yes you will complain, wish there were a thread for that alone so I wouldn't have to sift thru all of it to get to the meat and potatoes, not that you don't have that right.  But, yet I had not mentioned that so you did introduce that into the point I made, yes you will complain.


This guy obviously just got into bitcoin and only knows it as he reads in the news, Yes sure bitcoin is a risk. BUT we do "work" and if you dont pay your "employees" you wont have any workers thus your business dies and you have no money.

The point to us giving slush figures and letting him know we think something wrong is to FIND OUT IF THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG, otherwise problems can just go on with out anyone notice. Just like the error in the bitcoinid last week with the invaild blocks, slush may or may not have noticed if no body complained.

So get your head out of your ass and screw off if you dont like it, Were here to help in the overall pool health. Were not here demanding he pay us more were just saying shares seem off by mathematical calculations and obviously you cant do that otherwise you would probably notice a difference to.


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May 27, 2013, 05:55:28 PM
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ahhh yes you will complain, wish there were a thread for that alone so I wouldn't have to sift thru all of it to get to the meat and potatoes, not that you don't have that right.  But, yet I had not mentioned that so you did introduce that into the point I made, yes you will complain.


This guy obviously just got into bitcoin and only knows it as he reads in the news, Yes sure bitcoin is a risk. BUT we do "work" and if you dont pay your "employees" you wont have any workers thus your business dies and you have no money.

The point to us giving slush figures and letting him know we think something wrong is to FIND OUT IF THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG, otherwise problems can just go on with out anyone notice. Just like the error in the bitcoinid last week with the invaild blocks, slush may or may not have noticed if no body complained.

So get your head out of your ass and screw off if you dont like it, Were here to help in the overall pool health. Were not here demanding he pay us more were just saying shares seem off by mathematical calculations and obviously you cant do that otherwise you would probably notice a difference to.



ahhh yes you have shown me your level of education as well.  If you can't understand what I'm saying sorry, no need for name calling here, maybe you need to blow (hahahaha) some steam off.
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May 27, 2013, 05:56:24 PM
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I know this topic has been discussed before, but I would like some further clarification in discussion. I recently upgraded my hashing power from 160Mhash/s to 1.3Ghash/s. I found my network traffic was about 10Mb/h before, and since I will be hashing much faster now and I don't want to be consuming almost 10 times the bandwidth. Is it usefull to turn up my difficulty? Should I expect loss from turning my difficulty to something like 5? Is it right to assume that the result will then be that I submit shares 1/5 as fast but they are worth 5x as much while the work submitted still occupies the same number of bits as diff 1? I have tried running this difficulty for a few days now and noticed I still catch the >1 minute blocks. Haven't been carefully analyzing the bandwidth though.

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May 27, 2013, 06:04:55 PM
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I know this topic has been discussed before, but I would like some further clarification in discussion. I recently upgraded my hashing power from 160Mhash/s to 1.3Ghash/s. I found my network traffic was about 10Mb/h before, and since I will be hashing much faster now and I don't want to be consuming almost 10 times the bandwidth. Is it usefull to turn up my difficulty? Should I expect loss from turning my difficulty to something like 5? Is it right to assume that the result will then be that I submit shares 1/5 as fast but they are worth 5x as much while the work submitted still occupies the same number of bits as diff 1? I have tried running this difficulty for a few days now and noticed I still catch the >1 minute blocks. Haven't been carefully analyzing the bandwidth though.
10 MB/h? That sounds too high. The stratum protocol was designed to use kilobytes per share. You can try it. You wont lose anything but your Utility will drop because its submitting fewer, more difficult shares. So for every 1 you submit, the pool counts it as 5.

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May 27, 2013, 06:19:37 PM
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10 MB/h? That sounds too high. The stratum protocol was designed to use kilobytes per share.

Thank you for your reply. I was measuring total traffic over 24 hours. But it's a shared home network, so I could have had a number of interferences. I know it uses only kilobytes per share, but if you go through a thousand or so per hour, that becomes megabytes. Accumulate that over a month and it adds up to enough that it gets in the way of other uses I'd like to share my bandwidth to... Educational purposes, you understand.

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May 27, 2013, 07:12:33 PM
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I have not gotten mine in the pool ... This always appears the error: "No JSON oObject Could be decoded"

I'm using the program GUIMiner.
What can I do?

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May 27, 2013, 07:17:14 PM
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10 MB/h? That sounds too high. The stratum protocol was designed to use kilobytes per share.

Thank you for your reply. I was measuring total traffic over 24 hours. But it's a shared home network, so I could have had a number of interferences. I know it uses only kilobytes per share, but if you go through a thousand or so per hour, that becomes megabytes. Accumulate that over a month and it adds up to enough that it gets in the way of other uses I'd like to share my bandwidth to... Educational purposes, you understand.
10MB/24h gets in a way of other users?Huh Are you using dial up? But your speed is still low so I wouldn't suggest more then difficulty 1 below 2GH
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May 27, 2013, 07:46:33 PM
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I wonder if the total volume is balanced out across the pool?

i.e. if x people are being underpaid, are y people being overpaid on that block, equal to the full volume of BTC per that block?

Or is there a deficit?
No it is balanced out. nottm28 is example of this. He got 4 times normal on one of the blocks and it didn't get fixed so my guess is that system didn't detect a mistake. As I was saying.
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I guess it may is occur by miner, rather than worker - so someone with a larger share rate has a better chance of gaining from the error.
 Thanks for the info.

Well, when a round is proceeded after a block has been found (and also when "recalculation" appears sometimes), both the share count and the reward change in increments according to one's workers. So I believe the workers' shares are stored separately in the database and their score and resulting reward is calculateded separately too.
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May 27, 2013, 07:51:01 PM
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I have not gotten mine in the pool ... This always appears the error: "No JSON oObject Could be decoded"

I'm using the program GUIMiner.
What can I do?

Start with setting up the Stratum Proxy,
http://mining.bitcoin.cz/mining-proxy-howto

Set GUIMiner to server: solo
host: local host
Port: 8332
username/password - what you find from your info at https://mining.bitcoin.cz/accounts/profile/
SAVE SETTINGS!!!  - don't try mining just yet.....


1) start the mining proxy, make sure it is allowed out of your pc/mac/network.... if the DOS window shows no connection, check it's settings, if a firewall is blocking it, etc.

2) on error still, go back to http://mining.bitcoin.cz/mining-proxy-howto then retry 1)

3) open GUIMiner and start the miner, open it to that tab if you enabled the summery tab ( under view, show summery )
This step is first run manditory to ensure at the bottom it does connect.  Subsequent connections, you can either wait for the proxy to be loaded then have the miner checked to autostart OR open it, wait for the proxy to connect and click start.

4) for more than 1 pool, you can copy tabs, set CPU affinity so each tab is only using part of the CPU cycle per pool.  This will lower your per pool hash rate and let you mine from more than 1 pool at a time.  Repeat step 4 if you have multiple GPUs or want to include CPU mining to get all the hashrate your mining rig can get.  Every hash/sec can count!

5) if any weird issues like blank screens, system freezes, blue screen and reboot happen, you may need to clean the northbridge cooler and remove/re-apply thermal paste and/or get a fan on it.  I had to do that since one board is PCIEx16 ver 1.1 and the cards are 2.0 and it heats up fast as soon as I start mining.... thank god an old ATI card had the same size fan/heatsink and an old power plug to fan addapter could be made to work on startup to cool the issue.

6) after a week of mining, think how useful this was and consider a donation to me  Roll Eyes

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some people tend to leave out the full steps such as in this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tO5sxLapAts

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Please make sure that mining proxy ends something like the following, obviously time/date will be different when you start it, if it doesn't contain these lines, ya got issues

2013-05-27 14:19:50,437 WARNING proxy mining_proxy.main # ----------------------
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2013-05-27 14:19:50,437 WARNING proxy mining_proxy.main # PROXY IS LISTENING ON
ALL IPs ON PORT 3333 (stratum) AND 8332 (getwork)
2013-05-27 14:19:50,437 WARNING proxy mining_proxy.main # ----------------------
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2013-05-27 14:19:50,437 INFO proxy client_service.handle_event # New job 5c5 for
 prevhash f70ffeea, clean_jobs=True


from the shortcut the ' startup ' line should look similar to this C:\downloads\guiminer\mining_proxy.exe -o stratum.bitcoin.cz -sp 3333

-o stratum.bitcoin.cz can be one of 3 addresses for Slush's pool, that or -o stratum2.bitcoin.cz -o stratum3.bitcoin.cz

After extensive tests on all 3, I can safely use any of them with my miners, stratum.bitcoin.cz seems to have intermittant connection issues ( max 2 times in 24 hours disconnect having to restart the proxy to connect since it stops finding it )

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May 27, 2013, 08:08:16 PM
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4) for more than 1 pool, you can copy tabs, set CPU affinity so each tab is only using part of the CPU cycle per pool.  This will lower your per pool hash rate and let you mine from more than 1 pool at a time.  Repeat step 4 if you have multiple GPUs or want to include CPU mining to get all the hashrate your mining rig can get.  Every hash/sec can count!

Don't include CPU. You will pay more for electricity then get in BTC. Unless it is free...

EDIT: If you must use CPU it is better to use it for LTC but it also doesn't pay out. But CPU/GPU ratio is much beter with LTC then BTC... But it will take you forever to get any usable amount of LTC.
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4) for more than 1 pool, you can copy tabs, set CPU affinity so each tab is only using part of the CPU cycle per pool.  This will lower your per pool hash rate and let you mine from more than 1 pool at a time.  Repeat step 4 if you have multiple GPUs or want to include CPU mining to get all the hashrate your mining rig can get.  Every hash/sec can count!

Don't include CPU. You will pay more for electricity then get in BTC. Unless it is free...

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the whole point of BTC seemed to me ( other opinions will vary greatly so let's not start a flame war )  was independance from ' The System ' and making your own power is part of it, so is a currency for using with out ' the system ' monitoring it.  If you get in to LTC mining, get USED to CPU mining.... it's a script miner (LTC and a few other crypto currencies )and ya can run it out of GUIMiner once ya get a decent script to connect to a LTC pool.

[EDIT] and when ya start off... i still recomend the day or 2 of CPU mining so ya learn REAL FAST how hash rate increases your profits by going to the next level of hash power, not to full time mine unless it's LTC or other script currency.

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May 27, 2013, 08:46:37 PM
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ah such a long nice run we had... block 238247 invalid.... not found by us...
238247 26 minutes    475 6,738.94381887 BTC 173.73.78.124 242

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I tried to register to the pool but n ever received any activation email, also tried lost password but also did not receive it. What can I do to get my account activated?
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