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Author Topic: [150+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 4322410 times)
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March 09, 2014, 07:17:14 PM
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This current round is becoming a planet killer.  Roll Eyes

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March 09, 2014, 09:16:24 PM
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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...

First you should probably get a grip on typical human nature. Someone looking at stats where I show plenty of shares but no payout looks like something happened at the pool to me at first, and I argue to anyone else looking at the same thing. "members read it again and again..." will continue just as it has, you can bet on it. But the more intelligent of us are most likely to get to the root cause whereas the remainder say Slush is ripping us off and move on.

The first reaction to your original posting, just next to it, was this KNK's very good insight, with an advice to check your side first. You did not. That's all. Nothing more to be added.
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March 10, 2014, 03:21:23 AM
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The first reaction to your original posting, just next to it, was this KNK's very good insight, with an advice to check your side first. You did not. That's all. Nothing more to be added.

For what it is worth I totally missed that post. Either way seeing that or from my brief exchange with Slush support the root cause was found by me, and I did contrary to what you believe. Deal with it or continue to be a dick. Nothing more to be added.
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March 10, 2014, 04:58:52 AM
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The first reaction to your original posting, just next to it, was this KNK's very good insight, with an advice to check your side first. You did not. That's all. Nothing more to be added.

For what it is worth I totally missed that post. Either way seeing that or from my brief exchange with Slush support the root cause was found by me, and I did contrary to what you believe. Deal with it or continue to be a dick. Nothing more to be added.

You have completely messed up the quotations in your post above. "Your" text is mine and the "mine" one is yours.

The root cause has been found by both KNK and by Slush, not by you. Instead of you. That's the problem you haven't admitted.
I'm only writing about what had been written here, nothing of it depeds on my "belief". Others can see who is the dick.
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March 10, 2014, 12:16:06 PM
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21794 2014-03-10 08:11:42 3:21:07 2512348484 20667 0.00000000 289844  25.05346277 74 confirmations left   Angry
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March 10, 2014, 05:39:24 PM
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21794 2014-03-10 08:11:42 3:21:07 2512348484 20667 0.00000000 289844  25.05346277 74 confirmations left   Angry

Something is very wrong. I got cheated also -- I really hope this gets fixed.
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March 10, 2014, 05:45:52 PM
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21794 2014-03-10 08:11:42 3:21:07 2512348484 20667 0.00000000 289844  25.05346277 74 confirmations left   Angry


I miss the drama here ;(

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March 10, 2014, 07:21:34 PM
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21794 2014-03-10 08:11:42 3:21:07 2512348484 20667 0.00000000 289844  25.05346277 74 confirmations left   Angry

There must have been a connection down.
My payout is up.

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March 10, 2014, 09:18:23 PM
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21794 2014-03-10 08:11:42 3:21:07 2512348484 20667 0.00000000 289844  25.05346277 74 confirmations left   Angry
Compare your proportion of shares to total share in this block to adjacent blocks that you mined  (20667/2512348484 for this block).  If this is significantly lower for this block, it would give you a clue what happened (you lost hashing or internet connection towards the end of this block, and were 'punished' by Slush's 'anti-hopping' method).  It could have been some internet connectivity problem to Slush's pool which is beyond your control.
My reward for this block was within the normal range.

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March 10, 2014, 10:02:00 PM
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No, there is a calculation error or something. It was my usual proportion of work. I got ripped off on the payout. I've switched pools for the time being. Not cool.
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March 10, 2014, 10:04:59 PM
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No, there is a calculation error or something. It was my usual proportion of work. I got ripped off on the payout. I've switched pools for the time being. Not cool.

So, slush creates the very first ever mining pool to scam a single newbie 3 or 4 years later from a few micro BTC... This is clearly a slush problem and not your own...

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March 10, 2014, 10:30:20 PM
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No, there is a calculation error or something. It was my usual proportion of work. I got ripped off on the payout. I've switched pools for the time being. Not cool.

So, slush creates the very first ever mining pool to scam a single newbie 3 or 4 years later from a few micro BTC... This is clearly a slush problem and not your own...

Who said it was a scam, dipshit?

When you said you were ripped off...

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March 10, 2014, 10:33:57 PM
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No, there is a calculation error or something. It was my usual proportion of work. I got ripped off on the payout. I've switched pools for the time being. Not cool.

So, slush creates the very first ever mining pool to scam a single newbie 3 or 4 years later from a few micro BTC... This is clearly a slush problem and not your own...

Who said it was a scam, dipshit?

When you said you were ripped off...

Being "ripped off" doesn't necessitate intentionality, at least not when used in this part of the Anglosphere. Forgive me for snapping -- this is frustrating. I submitted a ticket.
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March 10, 2014, 10:46:18 PM
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No, there is a calculation error or something. It was my usual proportion of work. I got ripped off on the payout. I've switched pools for the time being. Not cool.

So, slush creates the very first ever mining pool to scam a single newbie 3 or 4 years later from a few micro BTC... This is clearly a slush problem and not your own...

Who said it was a scam, dipshit?

When you said you were ripped off...

Being "ripped off" doesn't necessitate intentionality, at least not when used in this part of the Anglosphere. Forgive me for snapping -- this is frustrating. I submitted a ticket.

Forgiven for calling me a dipshit - not been called that for ages Smiley

[edit] It takes a while to get your miners stable when you start - and it is frustrating but if you see it through then you become a 'miner'.

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March 10, 2014, 10:48:59 PM
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Any idea why the website is showing ~30,000 MH/s for my 3 antminer S1's, rather than the expect ~200,000MH/s. The Antminers are showing the correct hash rate.
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March 10, 2014, 10:52:00 PM
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Any idea why the website is showing ~30,000 MH/s for my 3 antminer S1's, rather than the expect ~200,000MH/s. The Antminers are showing the correct hash rate.

It takes 10 'found' blocks of constant mining for them figures to show reality

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March 10, 2014, 11:40:43 PM
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Hey guys

Having trouble with ASIC Block Erupter 336 Mh/s. I bought off Ebay for a few dollars so it might not be me but I just wanted to check with you guys before returning to the guy. I'm having trouble getting my computer to recognize the device. I have downloaded the drivers from http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx and installed them. When i got to my devices under unspecified i have  cp2102 us to uart bridge controller. I then open up my BFG miner enter all my pool information and worker information, but i have no devices that are being recognized and am unable to add any devices. Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks Red.
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March 11, 2014, 03:03:52 AM
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Ladies and Gentlemen,

I have been upgrading mining gear lately and was wondering where the best place to sell of my old stuff is?  If this is not an appropriate question, please let me know and I will edit this post.  I'd like to sell for BTC.  Not going to say what kind of stuff I have just in case I need to edit.

Thanks!
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March 11, 2014, 04:34:23 AM
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I have been upgrading mining gear lately and was wondering where the best place to sell of my old stuff is? 
eBay buyers still pay the highest prices.

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March 11, 2014, 08:30:32 AM
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Hey guys

Having trouble with ASIC Block Erupter 336 Mh/s. I bought off Ebay for a few dollars so it might not be me but I just wanted to check with you guys before returning to the guy. I'm having trouble getting my computer to recognize the device. I have downloaded the drivers from http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx and installed them. When i got to my devices under unspecified i have  cp2102 us to uart bridge controller. I then open up my BFG miner enter all my pool information and worker information, but i have no devices that are being recognized and am unable to add any devices. Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks Red.

What configuration options are you using with BFGminer? it doesn't recognise devices 'out of the box', you need to tell it to look for specific devices, with the -S flag, for example -S icarus:all
You can also get BFGminer to detect devices if you press 'M', then '+' to add new devices.
If you can see the bridge controller in device manager, then it is probably working okay - the device it is showing is the USB controller for the ASIC chip on the stick.
Just one final note - at current difficulty, one of these will reach the minimum payout in over four months, and that isn't taking into consideration the periodic difficulty increases (the last one was over 20% IIRC). Once you get this one working, you may want to consider adding several more if you ever want to see the minimum payout, and don't expect to make a profit, unless you can get them for pennies!
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