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May 30, 2013, 03:20:38 PM
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same thing here, but I haven't changed anything:



I have got some disconnect because of bad weather too at the same time :S

Is it possible that my rewards degraded this much because of  ~10min(overall) spent offline?

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May 30, 2013, 03:32:52 PM
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I have also noticed a drop in reward - also the Getwork seems to be surprisingly small, especially since the pool as a whole is now well over 11000GH/s now.

Could the two be connected?

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May 30, 2013, 03:34:23 PM
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Any from the UK interested in a USB miner?


Small UK group buy Block Erupter USB @ 1.99 BTC + taxes/duty & postage
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219555.msg2312370#msg2312370

Price is too high. Half year need to return the buy price:P

This.  I could pay half that, get a device that mines at twice the speed, and allows me to play games as well.  Oh, and heats my house in the winter.  

Block Erupter is far too slow and far too expensive.  

This guy is getting 660mh/s out of his...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195037.msg2318757#msg2318757

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May 30, 2013, 03:46:34 PM
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Any from the UK interested in a USB miner?


Small UK group buy Block Erupter USB @ 1.99 BTC + taxes/duty & postage
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219555.msg2312370#msg2312370

Price is too high. Half year need to return the buy price:P

This.  I could pay half that, get a device that mines at twice the speed, and allows me to play games as well.  Oh, and heats my house in the winter.  

Block Erupter is far too slow and far too expensive.  

This guy is getting 660mh/s out of his...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195037.msg2318757#msg2318757


Yeah overclocked with hardware failures :S
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May 30, 2013, 04:08:25 PM
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Any from the UK interested in a USB miner?


Small UK group buy Block Erupter USB @ 1.99 BTC + taxes/duty & postage
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219555.msg2312370#msg2312370

Price is too high. Half year need to return the buy price:P

This.  I could pay half that, get a device that mines at twice the speed, and allows me to play games as well.  Oh, and heats my house in the winter. 

Block Erupter is far too slow and far too expensive. 

This guy is getting 660mh/s out of his...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195037.msg2318757#msg2318757


Yeah overclocked with hardware failures :S

Actually, he has stated it's just a 'display' error with cgminer - the real speed is 330mh/s as expected - pitty...

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May 30, 2013, 04:23:41 PM
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Actually, he has stated it's just a 'display' error with cgminer - the real speed is 330mh/s as expected - pitty...

No, they started soon a while. 14:56:14, and the log is displayed too what accepted soon 1 min.
When i started the cgminer then they display wrong hash rate for 5 sec.
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May 30, 2013, 05:34:39 PM
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Yeah first time I've blown a breaker...

EDIT: Lol someone also turned on a heater

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May 30, 2013, 05:49:38 PM
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I have also noticed a drop in reward - also the Getwork seems to be surprisingly small, especially since the pool as a whole is now well over 11000GH/s now.

Could the two be connected?

I think it is more likely because our slice of the pie has shrunk: http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/chart.php

Other pools are growing faster than us. Probably because of all the negative comments.

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May 30, 2013, 06:24:41 PM
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I have also noticed a drop in reward - also the Getwork seems to be surprisingly small, especially since the pool as a whole is now well over 11000GH/s now.

Could the two be connected?

I think it is more likely because our slice of the pie has shrunk: http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/chart.php

Other pools are growing faster than us. Probably because of all the negative comments.
No. If the pool speed is constant and difficulty is the same number of found blocks is the same no matter what others are doing. And a reword for a round is(simplified ofcourse) your hashrate verses pool hashrate... Since there was no big difference in pool hashrate reword per block should be about the same. And the last change of difficulty was 7 days ago.

EDIT: Getwork is small since it is 10% fee. Only ones that from some reasen stays with Slush and can't use stratum are using it...

And negative comments have there reasons... So you might start looking there also. Also some miners probably left since they were told to do so by other miners who didn't see or didn't wanna see a problem...
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May 30, 2013, 07:09:41 PM
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I ran for a day on itzod, and it worked out a similarly feeble reward to slush's.  Bitcoin mining sucks for GPUs now.  Cry
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May 30, 2013, 07:35:44 PM
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Yup time to start digging into litecoin shafts instead. Gonna give it a go soon I think
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May 30, 2013, 07:53:16 PM
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I've got 9GH/s of Avalon chips on K16 boards ordered the 2GH I have in video cards will likely migrate over to LTC.

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May 30, 2013, 08:02:24 PM
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I've got 9GH/s of Avalon chips on K16 boards ordered the 2GH I have in video cards will likely migrate over to LTC.
How that works and how much it cost? Link? I only saw chips without boards. How long dose it take to get it?
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May 30, 2013, 08:05:04 PM
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How that works and how much it cost? Link? I only saw chips without boards. How long dose it take to get it?

Lead time for a batch of 10k chips from Avalon I believe is 9 weeks.  It wouldn't be more than a few after that if the K16 boards are finalized which they most likely will be.  So we are talking 2-3 months.  The chips are pretty cheap 16 per board at 0.086BTC each.  $300 or so for 4.5GH/s when all is said and done.  Sell your jalapenos for 25BTC while you can lol.

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May 30, 2013, 08:06:29 PM
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You don't have the namecoins setup correctly... we should be getting 10x more namecoins than bitcoins, not 1/10th...

Are you submitting all the valid shares from bitcoins, and also the bitcoins blocks It looks like you are only submitting the blocks. There should be about 10-20 shares valid from each block we are mining. (You know our shares that return as 1.4k/1, 3.8k/1... or whatever the equal difficulty level is for namecoins. More if we mine for diff 2-3-4-5...etc...)

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May 30, 2013, 08:12:53 PM
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You don't have the namecoins setup correctly... we should be getting 10x more namecoins than bitcoins, not 1/10th...

Are you submitting all the valid shares from bitcoins, and also the bitcoins blocks It looks like you are only submitting the blocks. There should be about 10 shares valid from each block we are mining. (You know our shares that return as 1.4k/1, 3.8k/1... or whatever the equal difficulty level is for namecoins.)

Namecoins are not supported here. The ones we get are just a bonus due to the way things are set up. (paraphrased)

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May 30, 2013, 08:15:55 PM
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And negative comments have there reasons... So you might start looking there also. Also some miners probably left since they were told to do so by other miners who didn't see or didn't wanna see a problem...

I wouldn't speculate as to why "some miners probably left" and chalk it up to DIVERSITY and thank whatever powers be higher than me for it.  The world would be a very boring place if everyone did everything just to suit me -- I'm sure you would all agree.

I've looked at several pools now, including solo mining -- each has its own mix of API, scoring/reward system, and followers -- and I do my mining where I feel I fit in.  I suggest each of you to do the same.  Check 'em all out, pick one or two (or three or four as you wish) and get into it -- support the mining, the media, and the community wherever you fit in.  And if things change -- if your ideals and your chosen pool's activities don't seem to match anymore, then reevaluate all the pools and move on if you find something that fits you better elsewhere.  Change is another thing to be thankful for.

The algorithm:  make your own evaluations, seek advice when you need it, give advice when you're asked to, make your own decisions, stand by them until things change, repeat.
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May 30, 2013, 08:24:13 PM
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Namecoins are not supported here. The ones we get are just a bonus due to the want things are set up. (paraphrased)

Bonus = Supported... (Not sure who told you they were not supported. I earn them here and get them delivered just fine.)

I understand that... But why NOT submit all the valid chances? That is an extra $40 a month I am loosing-out on, with my 4GHs machine here. Instead, I am getting $4, where on other servers I am getting $40. All you do is submit/check the shares from bitcoins that are returned. It doesn't take any extra "work" to submit/forward that to the namecoin wallet.

Just because it isn't setup correctly. BTCguild is the same issue... improper setup, thus, they "think" it isn't worth it... Yes it isn't worth it, if it isn't setup right. (I would submit the shares myself, if I could, but that would just submit MY valids, to the whole wallet... not all of our valids.)

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May 30, 2013, 08:46:16 PM
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Namecoins are not supported here. The ones we get are just a bonus due to the want things are set up. (paraphrased)

Bonus = Supported... (Not sure who told you they were not supported. I earn them here and get them delivered just fine.)

I understand that... But why NOT submit all the valid chances? That is an extra $40 a month I am loosing-out on, with my 4GHs machine here. Instead, I am getting $4, where on other servers I am getting $40. All you do is submit/check the shares from bitcoins that are returned. It doesn't take any extra "work" to submit/forward that to the namecoin wallet.

Just because it isn't setup correctly. BTCguild is the same issue... improper setup, thus, they "think" it isn't worth it... Yes it isn't worth it, if it isn't setup right. (I would submit the shares myself, if I could, but that would just submit MY valids, to the whole wallet... not all of our valids.)
Only getwork is getting NMC. And it is 2% of the pool. And when a block is found all miners with address gets part of that. That is why. If you would like to get altcons I would suggest Bitparking... You can mine 4 coins...
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May 31, 2013, 01:54:31 AM
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I hope Namecoin gets implemented into the stratum. It's still profitable to merge-mine NMC, and brings an incentive to gain more users(as well as keep some of the more seasoned miners who can help us nab more blocks.)
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