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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4343114 times)
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September 28, 2014, 09:12:06 PM
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SLUSH is reporting they won 322930 & 322947, but BLOCKCHAIN is reporting that 322930 went to BTC Guild and 322947 went to AntPool.

What's going on?  Huh
Both are showing being reported from US near New York as well ***fingers Crossed**** we need the luck Roll Eyes
322930 should go to us BTC guild showing reporting it like 30 secs later slush shows 14:36:49 BTC guild shows after 14:37
and 322947 appears to go to Ant beating us by 30 secs or so Cry

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September 28, 2014, 09:28:40 PM
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SLUSH is reporting they won 322930 & 322947, but BLOCKCHAIN is reporting that 322930 went to BTC Guild and 322947 went to AntPool.

What's going on?  Huh
Both are showing being reported from US near New York as well ***fingers Crossed**** we need the luck Roll Eyes
322930 should go to us BTC guild showing reporting it like 30 secs later slush shows 14:36:49 BTC guild shows after 14:37
and 322947 appears to go to Ant beating us by 30 secs or so Cry

This doesn't seem very good, to say the least.  Cry
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September 28, 2014, 09:53:08 PM
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This is sort is sort if off topic.    (Slush seems to have been doing a bit bad lately since diff rise)

I'm sellingn some of my Antminer s1s to upgrade to s3s.   I'm not 100% on the whole how the shipping works.


Butm willing to sell $130 CAD ea miner.

Or 4 miners for $90 CAD EA 1 PSU for every 2 miners bought.

I'll also throw in a free 2gh/s USB miner for free.


I accept PayPal or payment by bitcoin.

Just send me a mssg if your interested.



I'm not reall dedicated to the s3 but all I need is a miner a bit more powerful than the s1.   

Offers???

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September 29, 2014, 05:15:49 AM
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   not rigth section to sell your miners here.
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September 29, 2014, 06:06:00 AM
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SLUSH is reporting they won 322930 & 322947, but BLOCKCHAIN is reporting that 322930 went to BTC Guild and 322947 went to AntPool.

What's going on?  Huh
Both are showing being reported from US near New York as well ***fingers Crossed**** we need the luck Roll Eyes
322930 should go to us BTC guild showing reporting it like 30 secs later slush shows 14:36:49 BTC guild shows after 14:37
and 322947 appears to go to Ant beating us by 30 secs or so Cry
So thats frustrating went invalid even tho we have a 30 sec faster timestamp then BTC guild on block 322930

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September 29, 2014, 08:44:22 AM
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well TWO invalids in a row..that is depressing

22872    2014-09-28 17:44:02    3:07:13    18536389453    1523144    0.00218051    322947    25.25409850    invalid
22871    2014-09-28 14:36:49    0:49:51    5104588274       398765    0.00190317        322930       25.05311734       invalid


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September 29, 2014, 08:53:51 AM
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well TWO invalids in a row..that is depressing

22872    2014-09-28 17:44:02    3:07:13    18536389453    1523144    0.00218051    322947    25.25409850    invalid
22871    2014-09-28 14:36:49    0:49:51    5104588274       398765    0.00190317        322930       25.05311734       invalid

sheesh
Hmmm! Not very nice, is it? And despite that, the pool luck does not seem to have been affected ...... at this rate the proverbial light at the end of the tunnell is all we can hope for!

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September 29, 2014, 08:56:28 AM
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We seem to have the earlier timestamp on the 322930 block as well, as wasikidding pointed out, so how does that work?  Huh
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September 29, 2014, 08:59:44 AM
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well TWO invalids in a row..that is depressing

22872    2014-09-28 17:44:02    3:07:13    18536389453    1523144    0.00218051    322947    25.25409850    invalid
22871    2014-09-28 14:36:49    0:49:51    5104588274       398765    0.00190317        322930       25.05311734       invalid

sheesh
Hmmm! Not very nice, is it? And despite that, the pool luck does not seem to have been affected ...... at this rate the proverbial light at the end of the tunnell is all we can hope for!

I like that phrase in this context.  'Light at the end of the tunnel' seems to be almost a miner's prayer! Smiley
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September 29, 2014, 10:09:36 AM
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So thats frustrating went invalid even tho we have a 30 sec faster timestamp then BTC guild on block 322930
Timestamp is set by the mining pool when it is generating the work. It doesn't even remotely have to be the actual time, it can be up to 10 minutes ago or 2 hours into the future and will still be accepted as a block.

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September 29, 2014, 10:21:18 AM
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So thats frustrating went invalid even tho we have a 30 sec faster timestamp then BTC guild on block 322930
Timestamp is set by the mining pool when it is generating the work. It doesn't even remotely have to be the actual time, it can be up to 10 minutes ago or 2 hours into the future and will still be accepted as a block.

Thanks for explaining. Smiley
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September 29, 2014, 02:54:00 PM
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well TWO invalids in a row..that is depressing

22872    2014-09-28 17:44:02    3:07:13    18536389453    1523144    0.00218051    322947    25.25409850    invalid
22871    2014-09-28 14:36:49    0:49:51    5104588274       398765    0.00190317        322930       25.05311734       invalid


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yeah, that is very lame.  i don't think i have seen 2 in a row before.  on the bright side, those blocks were not of the 10 hour + variety. 

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September 29, 2014, 02:59:34 PM
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yeah, that is very lame.  i don't think i have seen 2 in a row before.  on the bright side, those blocks were not of the 10 hour + variety.  
Where's the bright side if we've been sitting on a  (now) 13 hr'esque + block?
I could have better lived with not having to wait that long to make up for lost time .... (and the wait compounds the feeling of a loss!)

EDIT: - Now looks like that mega 13hr sprint to win a block came to ..... NOTHING! On we go then ....
EDIT 2: - Oh!..... Wait ...! Came to something after-all, and tentatively attributed to Slush.

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September 29, 2014, 03:24:42 PM
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So thats frustrating went invalid even tho we have a 30 sec faster timestamp then BTC guild on block 322930
Timestamp is set by the mining pool when it is generating the work. It doesn't even remotely have to be the actual time, it can be up to 10 minutes ago or 2 hours into the future and will still be accepted as a block.
Thx's ck for explaining I just ASSumed that the timestamp was when it was submitted to the network as completed as the conformations started a little bit   
of new information to digest  Embarrassed

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September 29, 2014, 03:51:03 PM
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So thats frustrating went invalid even tho we have a 30 sec faster timestamp then BTC guild on block 322930
Timestamp is set by the mining pool when it is generating the work. It doesn't even remotely have to be the actual time, it can be up to 10 minutes ago or 2 hours into the future and will still be accepted as a block.

It can also mean both times are exact but slush had network issues and reported it 31s late which has happened quite often in the past...
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September 29, 2014, 03:54:33 PM
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This is sort is sort if off topic.    (Slush seems to have been doing a bit bad lately since diff rise)

I'm sellingn some of my Antminer s1s to upgrade to s3s.   I'm not 100% on the whole how the shipping works.


Butm willing to sell $130 CAD ea miner.

Or 4 miners for $90 CAD EA 1 PSU for every 2 miners bought.

I'll also throw in a free 2gh/s USB miner for free.


I accept PayPal or payment by bitcoin.

Just send me a mssg if your interested.



I'm not reall dedicated to the s3 but all I need is a miner a bit more powerful than the s1.   

Offers???

s1's on ebay are dropping for $50-70 USD. r u saying $130 each?Huh
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September 29, 2014, 04:16:35 PM
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This is sort is sort if off topic.    (Slush seems to have been doing a bit bad lately since diff rise)

I'm sellingn some of my Antminer s1s to upgrade to s3s.   I'm not 100% on the whole how the shipping works.


Butm willing to sell $130 CAD ea miner.

Or 4 miners for $90 CAD EA 1 PSU for every 2 miners bought.

I'll also throw in a free 2gh/s USB miner for free.


I accept PayPal or payment by bitcoin.

Just send me a mssg if your interested.



I'm not reall dedicated to the s3 but all I need is a miner a bit more powerful than the s1.   

Offers???

s1's on ebay are dropping for $50-70 USD. r u saying $130 each?Huh



Well thats good for other people.  Loosing profit Tongue     why would i lower the price when i have tons of buyers?     I dont get it.   IF people dont want it or some shit,  why respond to it. 


People can sell em for w.e the hell they want, as long as  ur making money off it.  I've made $20-50 more than what I spent to buy them/

 

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September 29, 2014, 04:31:43 PM
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This is sort is sort if off topic.    (Slush seems to have been doing a bit bad lately since diff rise)

I'm sellingn some of my Antminer s1s to upgrade to s3s.   I'm not 100% on the whole how the shipping works.


Butm willing to sell $130 CAD ea miner.

Or 4 miners for $90 CAD EA 1 PSU for every 2 miners bought.

I'll also throw in a free 2gh/s USB miner for free.


I accept PayPal or payment by bitcoin.

Just send me a mssg if your interested.



I'm not reall dedicated to the s3 but all I need is a miner a bit more powerful than the s1.   

Offers???

s1's on ebay are dropping for $50-70 USD. r u saying $130 each?Huh



Well thats good for other people.  Loosing profit Tongue     why would i lower the price when i have tons of buyers?     I dont get it.   IF people dont want it or some shit,  why respond to it. 


People can sell em for w.e the hell they want, as long as  ur making money off it.  I've made $20-50 more than what I spent to buy them/

 

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September 29, 2014, 04:56:16 PM
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This is sort is sort if off topic.    (Slush seems to have been doing a bit bad lately since diff rise)

I'm sellingn some of my Antminer s1s to upgrade to s3s.   I'm not 100% on the whole how the shipping works.


Butm willing to sell $130 CAD ea miner.

Or 4 miners for $90 CAD EA 1 PSU for every 2 miners bought.

I'll also throw in a free 2gh/s USB miner for free.


I accept PayPal or payment by bitcoin.

Just send me a mssg if your interested.



I'm not reall dedicated to the s3 but all I need is a miner a bit more powerful than the s1.   

Offers???

s1's on ebay are dropping for $50-70 USD. r u saying $130 each?Huh



Well thats good for other people.  Loosing profit Tongue     why would i lower the price when i have tons of buyers?     I dont get it.   IF people dont want it or some shit,  why respond to it. 


People can sell em for w.e the hell they want, as long as  ur making money off it.  I've made $20-50 more than what I spent to buy them/

 

Testy Testy...

JT

He's not being testy your being a jerk, mind you own business its a free country he can ask anything he wants for his stuff without you throwing your 2 cents into something
that is non of your business.

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September 29, 2014, 05:32:20 PM
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This is sort is sort if off topic.    (Slush seems to have been doing a bit bad lately since diff rise)

I'm sellingn some of my Antminer s1s to upgrade to s3s.   I'm not 100% on the whole how the shipping works.


Butm willing to sell $130 CAD ea miner.

Or 4 miners for $90 CAD EA 1 PSU for every 2 miners bought.

I'll also throw in a free 2gh/s USB miner for free.


I accept PayPal or payment by bitcoin.

Just send me a mssg if your interested.



I'm not reall dedicated to the s3 but all I need is a miner a bit more powerful than the s1.   

Offers???

s1's on ebay are dropping for $50-70 USD. r u saying $130 each?Huh



Well thats good for other people.  Loosing profit Tongue     why would i lower the price when i have tons of buyers?     I dont get it.   IF people dont want it or some shit,  why respond to it. 


People can sell em for w.e the hell they want, as long as  ur making money off it.  I've made $20-50 more than what I spent to buy them/

 

Testy Testy...

JT

He's not being testy your being a jerk, mind you own business its a free country he can ask anything he wants for his stuff without you throwing your 2 cents into something
that is non of your business.

Bob

Hop.   Aaammmeennn  to that.   Thank you.   Cheesy.  Some people are more judgemental than anybody.     And always have to jump to conclusions.




And DAMN RUGHT its a free country.   Wootwootm.  If only  more people were like you.


PS.    Slush has gotta get back in the game again Sad   .. Or maybe it me.     But long blocks :p. 


Oh well


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