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June 03, 2013, 11:07:39 PM
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hah Block 239570 our next was 2 seconds and we invalidated our own block.....
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June 03, 2013, 11:10:47 PM
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hah Block 239570 our next was 2 seconds and we invalidated our own block.....

Could you explain this please?
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June 03, 2013, 11:10:56 PM
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The rule: Higher pool luck = higher payments, lower pool luck = lower payments!

If that is the only rule LUCK dictates u should mine BTCGUILD as they find 50+ blocks a day aka must have good luck.

so BTCGUILD Luck > Slush Luck.

However Slush Pool > BTCGUILD = Higher Payments
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June 03, 2013, 11:12:30 PM
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hah Block 239570 our next was 2 seconds and we invalidated our own block.....

Could you explain this please?

18373   2013-06-03 22:57:34   0:00:02   16141   7   0.01064283   239570   25.23781000    97 confirmations left
18372   2013-06-03 22:57:32   1:18:06   13727369   3341   0.00607761   239570   25.23781000    97 confirmations left

18373 took 2 seconds and got submitted while 18372 was and became invalid... I surmise.... Sucks I lost .01+ btc. OH WELL
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June 03, 2013, 11:16:33 PM
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Which is being invalid 239570?  The first block or the 2 seconds block?  Not is matter - 2 shares in second block for about same rewarding both blocks.  Hoping could not happen both invalid.

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June 03, 2013, 11:17:48 PM
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2 second block, is a bug. It has exactly same block value, which is hardly a coincidence.
first one is in the main chain anyway (2 sec one is the invalid one).

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June 03, 2013, 11:29:31 PM
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Maybe that's the fix for the block we didn't get before.


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June 03, 2013, 11:30:12 PM
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The rule: Higher pool luck = higher payments, lower pool luck = lower payments!

If that is the only rule LUCK dictates u should mine BTCGUILD as they find 50+ blocks a day aka must have good luck.

so BTCGUILD Luck > Slush Luck.

However Slush Pool > BTCGUILD = Higher Payments
Luck is not defined as blocks per day. Its defined as blocks / hashrate  per day

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June 03, 2013, 11:32:58 PM
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Maybe that's the fix for the block we didn't get before.


I doubt that as 2 secs is way too short to be fair.
Someone just got the exact same work as someone else, and they got it solved 2 secs apart from eachother.

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June 03, 2013, 11:41:22 PM
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18373   2013-06-03 22:57:34   0:00:02   16141   12   0.01845956   239570   25.23781000    95 confirmations left
18372   2013-06-03 22:57:32   1:18:06   13727369   9524   0.01714880   239570   25.23781000    95 confirmations left

Never seen that happen before. Oh, 2 second blocks are possible but pool has to be very luck for that to happen.


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June 04, 2013, 02:41:58 AM
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The second "block" will end up being invalid..
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June 04, 2013, 04:23:56 AM
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Someone just got the exact same work as someone else, and they got it solved 2 secs apart from eachother.
Not the same work, but a work that also resulted in a solution - the hashes are different:
The long one is 00000000000000687dc957f3ba6685aeb8f73dee7a48020caccc015115494fc8
and the 2sec one is 000000000000013590c203af0e0aac04c4cd10f1baaf98d44dcb0d67a9933b09

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June 04, 2013, 05:11:24 AM
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I'm noticing a significant fluctuation in shorter blocks. On the order of ~30% smaller rewards only on shorter blocks, but not all of them. I don't know if these are miscalculations or if people are getting lucky with some sort of pool hopping guesswork
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June 04, 2013, 06:14:39 AM
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I'm noticing a significant fluctuation in shorter blocks. On the order of ~30% smaller rewards only on shorter blocks, but not all of them. I don't know if these are miscalculations or if people are getting lucky with some sort of pool hopping guesswork

This would be normal if your hash rate is rather low (less than 100-200MH/s). At about 1GH the variation for me is usually less than 10% (short or bonus).

In essence - it has to do with the way this pool pays rewards - the reward is based on the score, and score decreases exponentially with older shares. If you manage to submit shares in the last second when the block is found - your score will be the highest (for those shares) and you may get extra few %, and vice versa - if your last share is over a minute older when the block is found - that share would bring you a lower %.

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June 04, 2013, 06:20:15 AM
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Someone just got the exact same work as someone else, and they got it solved 2 secs apart from eachother.
Not the same work, but a work that also resulted in a solution - the hashes are different:
The long one is 00000000000000687dc957f3ba6685aeb8f73dee7a48020caccc015115494fc8
and the 2sec one is 000000000000013590c203af0e0aac04c4cd10f1baaf98d44dcb0d67a9933b09
Well, they were solved at different time, so obviously timestamp differ. transaction and block number are the same.

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June 04, 2013, 06:42:20 AM
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Where did get the hash of the invalid block?

Point over the link of the block number and it goes to http://blockchain.info/block/000000000000013590c203af0e0aac04c4cd10f1baaf98d44dcb0d67a9933b09?site=slush

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June 04, 2013, 06:53:57 AM
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...but most of the miners are sending their hashrate anyway, then the problem is that the value can not be trusted so the pool should either confirm the value or ignore it completely with the second being easier.
Thanks, didn't know that...

regardless. if you say the hashrate going from 10543.740 Ghash/s 2 weeks ago to 11543.740 Ghash/s is because of luck then you are declaring ALL miners are having increased luck which is not how probability works. Cluster performance looks like it is showing the actual hashrate to the assumed hashrate.  for example 2 of my 6 miners are presently lower than their normal hashrate, one is well above and the last 3 are dead on.
Now the pool is hitting 12543.740 Ghash/s a week after it when up 1000 gh/s it has gone up another 1000 gh/s. the only answer has to be that 1000 gh/s of miners joined Slush 2 weeks ago and 1000 gh/s of miners joined this week.
All I know is every 1000 gh/s increase negates one of my miners grrr... I just added 2 to make up for the 1000 from 2 weeks ago!
I'm saying that if you see change(you are missing one post in quotes that was removed) for just 1 hours it is not necessary pool hoppers(as suggested). It could be luck. If the change is long then it is a real change...
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June 04, 2013, 07:06:56 AM
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...but most of the miners are sending their hashrate anyway, then the problem is that the value can not be trusted so the pool should either confirm the value or ignore it completely with the second being easier.
Thanks, didn't know that...

regardless. if you say the hashrate going from 10543.740 Ghash/s 2 weeks ago to 11543.740 Ghash/s is because of luck then you are declaring ALL miners are having increased luck which is not how probability works. Cluster performance looks like it is showing the actual hashrate to the assumed hashrate.  for example 2 of my 6 miners are presently lower than their normal hashrate, one is well above and the last 3 are dead on.
Now the pool is hitting 12543.740 Ghash/s a week after it when up 1000 gh/s it has gone up another 1000 gh/s. the only answer has to be that 1000 gh/s of miners joined Slush 2 weeks ago and 1000 gh/s of miners joined this week.
All I know is every 1000 gh/s increase negates one of my miners grrr... I just added 2 to make up for the 1000 from 2 weeks ago!
I'm saying that if you see change(you are missing one post in quotes that was removed) for just 1 hours it is not necessary pool hoppers(as suggested). It could be luck. If the change is long then it is a real change...

Nah, not true. If all shares were D1 shares, you'd expect luck based variance of about +/- 0.5% over a minute at 10 Thps. Even if the average share difficulty was 32 (very unlikely) the luck based variance over one minute would be ~ +/- 3%. Edit: with 95% confidence.


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June 04, 2013, 09:20:46 AM
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I'm noticing a significant fluctuation in shorter blocks. On the order of ~30% smaller rewards only on shorter blocks, but not all of them. I don't know if these are miscalculations or if people are getting lucky with some sort of pool hopping guesswork

This would be normal if your hash rate is rather low (less than 100-200MH/s). At about 1GH the variation for me is usually less than 10% (short or bonus).

In essence - it has to do with the way this pool pays rewards - the reward is based on the score, and score decreases exponentially with older shares. If you manage to submit shares in the last second when the block is found - your score will be the highest (for those shares) and you may get extra few %, and vice versa - if your last share is over a minute older when the block is found - that share would bring you a lower %.
I understand how the pool calculates rewards, but since I'm hashing along at ~ 700MH/s, I would assume there'd be a smaller variance than 30% over the course of 45 min to 2 hours. the 4 hour blocks match up with the average of 1-2 hour blocks, excluding these outliers but if others aren't seeing them, it must be something on my end
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June 04, 2013, 09:37:19 AM
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I believe that block 18373 is a compensation for the missed block mentioned earlier.
But inserting a fake two second block in the statistics makes the overall pool luck value increase for the following period of time... :-)
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