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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4340016 times)
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March 08, 2014, 01:11:35 AM
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10 minutes before that last round ended I lost a 18Gh miner (USB block eruptors on 49 port hub) of 150Gh But my reward dropped dramatically, is this the normal anti pool hopping function?

21778    2014-03-07 18:30:01    0:27:44    328834023    25558    0.00151151    289400    25.19039733    88 confirmations left
21777    2014-03-07 18:02:17    7:09:21    5163733392    961604    0.00433911    289397    25.04442805    85 confirmations left
21776    2014-03-07 10:52:56    8:21:04    6046842824    1122289    0.00455703    289351    25.09531241    39 confirmations left
It seems Slush has lowered the constant - it used to drop much more than that before (or it was less than 10 min drop for you).

It very well may have been less then 10 minuets, loosing 70% of my reward for a 15% drop in hash power just before round ends doesn't seem right. Undecided
I actually had a 21% higher reward for Slush block #21778 than my proportional share.  Looks like there was some 'hiccup' in the pool, which "kicked" those with diminished connections (see recent posts on connection problems to Slush).  Those who were less impacted had a sudden/unjustified boost.

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Yea, I usually end up with the shit end of the stick...

I'm connecting to http://api.bitcoin.cz:8332 and have been trouble free usualy, I seem to remember something about me needing to change that awhile back. Should it be 3333?

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March 08, 2014, 03:34:13 AM
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Slush pool down for anyone else? Huh

stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 (running a single Cube on a proxy)

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Hi guys,, my miner is still saying slush's is down,, is it down for anyone else?
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March 08, 2014, 06:19:33 AM
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Slush pool down for anyone else? Huh

stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 (running a single Cube on a proxy)

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Hi guys,, my miner is still saying slush's is down,, is it down for anyone else?
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Using "stratum+tcp://stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333" here (this is what http://support.bitcoin.cz/Knowledgebase/List recommends).  My miners did not experience any recent connectivity problems.  Using a few instances of bfgminer and cgminer.

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March 08, 2014, 06:46:41 AM
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everything seems up and running (and has been) for me. I'm running (3) Antminer S1's and they have been chugging along.
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March 08, 2014, 08:16:34 AM
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Slush pool down for anyone else? Huh

stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 (running a single Cube on a proxy)

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Hi guys,, my miner is still saying slush's is down,, is it down for anyone else?
"stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333" (running avy 200)


I've been up and running not too long after my last post here.
Still having issues?

I noticed my Cube was stopping/starting at random periods of time instead of the designated time in my miner software. Not sure if my software or the pool is to blame.

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March 08, 2014, 08:58:21 AM
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Hi guys,

I own 2 Jalapeños (for a total of 15 GHs) and I started mining on January the 8th. During the first week, the Butterfly Labs app showed that my potential earnings were of about 150 USD/month.

Since then, the exchange rate for BTC dropped a lot, so I find it normal that the presumed earnings dropped as well. However, currently the forecasted earnings are of about 6 USD/month, which, needles to say, aren’t quite economically viable when taking into account the electric bill.

So, is this about the exchange rate dropping and the difficulty of mining increasing? Or am I doing something wrong?

My earnings at this point are 0.16271051 BTC. So, recuperating the almost 700 USD investment is, at best, a fairytale. Wink

If someone can clarify this for me, I would be much obliged.

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March 08, 2014, 09:14:11 AM
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Hi guys,

I own 2 Jalapeños (for a total of 15 GHs) and I started mining on January the 8th. During the first week, the Butterfly Labs app showed that my potential earnings were of about 150 USD/month.

Since then, the exchange rate for BTC dropped a lot, so I find it normal that the presumed earnings dropped as well. However, currently the forecasted earnings are of about 6 USD/month, which, needles to say, aren’t quite economically viable when taking into account the electric bill.

So, is this about the exchange rate dropping and the difficulty of mining increasing? Or am I doing something wrong?

My earnings at this point are 0.16271051 BTC. So, recuperating the almost 700 USD investment is, at best, a fairytale. Wink

If someone can clarify this for me, I would be much obliged.

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March 08, 2014, 09:31:24 AM
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Hi guys,

I own 2 Jalapeños (for a total of 15 GHs) and I started mining on January the 8th. During the first week, the Butterfly Labs app showed that my potential earnings were of about 150 USD/month.

Since then, the exchange rate for BTC dropped a lot, so I find it normal that the presumed earnings dropped as well. However, currently the forecasted earnings are of about 6 USD/month, which, needles to say, aren’t quite economically viable when taking into account the electric bill.

So, is this about the exchange rate dropping and the difficulty of mining increasing? Or am I doing something wrong?

My earnings at this point are 0.16271051 BTC. So, recuperating the almost 700 USD investment is, at best, a fairytale. Wink

If someone can clarify this for me, I would be much obliged.

Thanks.
Try this guide
http://mineforeman.com/services/bitcoin-mining-calculator/

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March 08, 2014, 11:56:54 AM
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About six weeks ago there were a few people here dissing Slush and the pool. I ran an experiment and moved half of my hashing to BTC Guild. Almost exactly the same payout from both. Moving all back to Slush today.

I do have a small concern though, my payout on one block was 0. Where did you all say support questions should be posted for the pool, his Facebook account or something?

21760   2014-03-03 19:13:24   12:57:32   9099362387   78309   0.00000000   288773   25.12601933    confirmed

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Support email answered in a few hours. I was offline for a period of time. I looked at my server and UPS logs and found I lost power for a few hours that I was not aware of.

But gee, I dunno about "Slush ripping us off" like all the whiners a month ago were saying. During my experiment when I reached the 0.01 payout on BTC Guild I was only at 0.0096 here on Slush. They knew best, for sure... ;->

First, you should probably have had a look at your logs and not send any support e-mail. When you haven't done so, you could at least have read the answer here in the forum that had answered your question thoroughly, and you would have no need to send any support request. But if you would have done the best thing yourself, i.e. look at the logs, there would be no need to post any question in this forum on the topic that had been answered many, many times, and make the members read it again and again...
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March 08, 2014, 02:35:09 PM
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Looks like the bad luck streak is finally over.  Grin   BTCBTCBTC   Grin
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March 08, 2014, 02:50:14 PM
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Finally triple triple luck again  Grin
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March 08, 2014, 02:51:12 PM
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Finally triple triple luck again  Grin

just get the monthly ave up to 100% again more/less 1% and I can live with the drama...

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March 08, 2014, 04:18:33 PM
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Finally triple triple luck again  Grin

Can the pool break the 900TH barrier and still have the luck -  lets hope the backroom tweakery has worked...
Looks to have baulked at the 860 mark...

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March 08, 2014, 05:54:02 PM
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Finally triple triple luck again  Grin

Can the pool break the 900TH barrier and still have the luck -  lets hope the backroom tweakery has worked...
Looks to have baulked at the 860 mark...

All think good thoughts....

Hashrate should not affect luck either way.
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March 08, 2014, 06:29:17 PM
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Can the pool break the 900TH barrier and still have the luck
Hashrate should not affect luck either way.

And if we pass the 900TH mark keep in mind that luck should even out and THERE IS NO relation between our luck and the pool hashrate, no matter if it remains over or fails below 100%

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March 08, 2014, 10:38:21 PM
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Can the pool break the 900TH barrier and still have the luck
Hashrate should not affect luck either way.

And if we pass the 900TH mark keep in mind that luck should even out and THERE IS NO relation between our luck and the pool hashrate, no matter if it remains over or fails below 100%

The belief that hashrate should not affect luck should also not affect luck either way.

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March 08, 2014, 10:46:33 PM
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Theoretically what payout would I currently have joining the pool with a 1THash miner? Plus: Some educated guesses on how much it would decline over period of time x?

Thank you in advance
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March 08, 2014, 10:52:56 PM
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Theoretically what payout would I currently have joining the pool with a 1THash miner?

Reward per share = block reward / difficulty
So reward per Thps = block reward / difficulty / 2^32 * 1e12

For one day and current difficulty and pool fee = 2%
   25 / 3815723798.8146 / 2^32 * 1e12 * 86400 * 0.98 = 0.1291645 btc per day


Plus: Some educated guesses on how much it would decline over period of time x?

For the near future, your earnings will probably decline exponentially, at a rate of about 20% per retarget.

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March 08, 2014, 11:09:42 PM
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Theoretically what payout would I currently have joining the pool with a 1THash miner?

Reward per share = block reward / difficulty
So reward per Thps = block reward / difficulty / 2^32 * 1e12

For one day and current difficulty and pool fee = 2%
   25 / 3815723798.8146 / 2^32 * 1e12 * 86400 * 0.98 = 0.1291645 btc per day


Plus: Some educated guesses on how much it would decline over period of time x?

For the near future, your earnings will probably decline exponentially, at a rate of about 20% per retarget.

plus or minus luck...

[edit] ah I see the 0.98 is the luck bit sorry...

[edit2] and as if by magic the monthly luck just went from 0.98 to 1.00 - as though slush were watching - so your daily rate jumps to a whopping 0.1318

[edit3] and the question should really be rephrased as "Organofcorti - what pool do you point your miners at?".

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March 09, 2014, 01:16:17 AM
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Theoretically what payout would I currently have joining the pool with a 1THash miner?

Reward per share = block reward / difficulty
So reward per Thps = block reward / difficulty / 2^32 * 1e12

For one day and current difficulty and pool fee = 2%
   25 / 3815723798.8146 / 2^32 * 1e12 * 86400 * 0.98 = 0.1291645 btc per day


Plus: Some educated guesses on how much it would decline over period of time x?

For the near future, your earnings will probably decline exponentially, at a rate of about 20% per retarget.

plus or minus luck...

[edit] ah I see the 0.98 is the luck bit sorry...

[edit2] and as if by magic the monthly luck just went from 0.98 to 1.00 - as though slush were watching - so your daily rate jumps to a whopping 0.1318

No, you were right, plus or minus luck. The 0.98 is what you're paid after the pool fee.





[edit3] and the question should really be rephrased as "Organofcorti - what pool do you point your miners at?".

Scryptguild and clevermining. I can just about scrape a profit using multicoin mining,  but making a profit mining Bitcoin is just too touch and go.

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