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July 06, 2011, 10:21:52 PM
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@DullJack: Awesome, man!  This is what its all about! 
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July 06, 2011, 10:29:01 PM
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Here we go again:

Block Quest Spirit Lifter: So we're looking forward to that third block. To lift everyone's spirit a little, we have decided to DOUBLE ALL MINIPOOL REWARDS when the block is found.

For those of you who are mining solo, we have a special treat too! When the next block is found we will give away 1 BTC, distributed to solo miners based on share count.
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July 06, 2011, 10:33:37 PM
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For those of you who are mining solo, we have a special treat too! When the next block is found we will give away 1 BTC, distributed to solo miners based on share count.

+1

THIS is why this is not a pyramid scam. 

My Litecoin address: Lf9WKM61AhmXchG2Ph2cftHKSQhxHutcdk
My Bitcoin address: 1Hwem4GSQWPCtBTKcSpXg2jYwxF6PtTjZx
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July 06, 2011, 10:39:50 PM
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I can understand paying a fee to the pool you're mining at, but I don't know why anyone would want to pay a fee to the person who referred them.
Referral earnings are a normal thing in many industries, especially online.

@fsasa70: It is true to some extent that only minipool owners benefit.

However, all you have to do to increase your earnings is put a simple link in your signature. I earn 10-15% more in this pool than I do at any other, and I haven't been creating a bunch of threads and such, unlike some others.

People who do not want to refer anyone can still get the jackpot. Statistically, this will even out (since the jackpot comes from the fee you yourself pay) but it makes pooled mining a bit more exciting. The best thing about TripleMining (for me) is not the increased earnings, it is that it has made mining fun again. It's no longer just a matter of watching the BTC trickle in and then cashing out. Instead, I can now affect my earnings by referring people to TM, and I can hope to win the jackpot. The jackpot adds solo mining elements to pooled mining, and it really makes things a lot more fun. Not to mention all the great events they have at TM, constantly rewarding their members.

Even if you lose out in the end, it's worth it. Mining is no longer a monotonous, boring thing for me.

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July 06, 2011, 11:21:17 PM
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Just plugged a Ghash into this pool, let's kick this block in the teeth!

Want to try Triplemining? Active miners that sign up here are eligible to win a jackpot exclusive to members of my minipool, in addition to Triplemining's already generous weekly giveaway!
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July 06, 2011, 11:49:31 PM
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Just redid the calculations . . . based upon current hash power vs difficulty, we should be finding a block on average every 29 hours.  It has been 60 hours since the last block.

So the way I see it, we'll be smooth sailing as soon as our actual numbers catch up with the averages.  Three blocks within the next 24 hours, here we come!
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July 07, 2011, 02:06:12 AM
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Even if you lose out in the end, it's worth it. Mining is no longer a monotonous, boring thing for me.

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The jackpots offered by Triple Mining are really nice too. 
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July 07, 2011, 03:09:16 AM
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just a question, i signed up under dulljack's referal and registered, am i part of his pool? or what? it doesn't give me any notification of it at all so i don't know how it works.

What else could I say?
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July 07, 2011, 03:25:46 AM
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This pool really need to earn the banhammer on this forum, I'm getting really tired of the referral spam here.

+1 on this.
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July 07, 2011, 03:36:01 AM
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This pool really need to earn the banhammer on this forum, I'm getting really tired of the referral spam here.

Note: This thread was not created by a recruited, but rather by someone asking a question.  If you're not interested in seeing any triplemining advertisements, maybe you shouldn't be browsing around in a triplemining thread.

That said, if people are posting referrals in inappropriate or out-of-context places, I would fully support moderator action being taken against those specific individuals - but not against an entire mining pool.
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July 07, 2011, 03:37:38 AM
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i signed up under dulljack's referal and registered, am i part of his pool?

Yes.  You are in the minipool of the person whose referral link you used.  While you can't see whose minipool you are in through the website, they can see all the members of their minipool.  Dulljack should have no difficulty honoring his advertising.
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July 07, 2011, 03:53:27 AM
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Thanks, I think I understand now. Wink

also sorry for such a slow hashrate dulljack, i'm working on getting a better rig xD

What else could I say?
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July 07, 2011, 07:35:25 AM
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Thanks, I think I understand now. Wink

also sorry for such a slow hashrate dulljack, i'm working on getting a better rig xD

No worries friend! Every single hash gets us closer to the end of the round and (more importantly!) closer to the first ever Dulljackpot!!!

The odds of winning are still pretty good due to the smaller size of my minipool, but as the minipool grows, so will the rewards!

It would be nice though to have a spot in the My Minipool tab that shows you whose minipool you are in, just a thought!

Want to try Triplemining? Active miners that sign up here are eligible to win a jackpot exclusive to members of my minipool, in addition to Triplemining's already generous weekly giveaway!
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July 07, 2011, 08:36:29 AM
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All these threads are just going to give the pool a bad name :/
Finally someone understand.
This make everyone hate this pool, like it was with referrals.

Dont care  Roll Eyes

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July 07, 2011, 09:05:20 AM
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Hey guys anyone else notice anything odd with their earnings estimates?

Current round has been going for 69 hours and my estimated reward is only 0.57215229 BTC even though Ive been mining pretty well constantly @ 630 MHash/s since the round started  Huh

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July 07, 2011, 09:19:19 AM
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Hey guys anyone else notice anything odd with their earnings estimates?

Current round has been going for 69 hours and my estimated reward is only 0.57215229 BTC even though Ive been mining pretty well constantly @ 630 MHash/s since the round started  Huh
It's proportional. Seeing as we're having an unlucky round, rewards will only decrease as more hashing power is added to the pool. The pool has grown a lot during this round.

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July 07, 2011, 10:13:54 AM
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It's proportional. Seeing as we're having an unlucky round, rewards will only decrease as more hashing power is added to the pool. The pool has grown a lot during this round.

Err sure..however, for example, I have just swapped back over to bitcoins.lc after not mining there for some time to test my theory, and already my estimated earnings after just an hour of mining is 0.38693534 BTC / 24h. And their pool size is 664.68 Ghash/s.

Something's not right here..

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July 07, 2011, 10:40:38 AM
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I was just looking at some other pools, did you know that even eligius just had a 91h round with 4 times our ghash ? Talking about bad luck.

Round times are estimates on our current difficulty, any pool can have bad luck and very good luck ( We done our first 2 rounds twice as fast as we should)

About the estimated payment:
If everyone would stick to this pool while searching for a block, the estimate would stay the same. But what happens is that people leave, and other people join, and in the meantime we grow a little. So not only does your personal share get smaller because the pool is growing, it also needs to be distributed amongst many more miners since there are so many leaving/joining.

I'm sorry that some of you feel the need to go, but please do your calculations well. It is not because you are getting more frequent blocks that you earn more in the long run. (deepbit has > 5m rounds aswell)
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July 07, 2011, 10:44:36 AM
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I did notice that my estimated reward for the current 71 hour round is under half of what I was paid out for block #2... but I was gonna wait for the block to be solved before saying anything. I was thinking along the same lines as CNMOH for this (proportional), but it depends on how MrSam is calculating the rewards between blocks - aggregate or accumulating (depending on total hashrate and allowing for people leaving or ceasing to mine). I've already forgotten how long blocks #1 and #2 took. Maybe under the 'my payouts' section, it can display solve time for each block? (haha - too lazy to do Jul 04 2011 12:03:58 minus Jul 02 2011 11:06:02  Roll Eyes )

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July 07, 2011, 11:04:28 AM
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I did notice that my estimated reward for the current 71 hour round is under half of what I was paid out for block #2... but I was gonna wait for the block to be solved before saying anything. I was thinking along the same lines as CNMOH for this (proportional), but it depends on how MrSam is calculating the rewards between blocks - aggregate or accumulating (depending on total hashrate and allowing for people leaving or ceasing to mine). I've already forgotten how long blocks #1 and #2 took. Maybe under the 'my payouts' section, it can display solve time for each block? (haha - too lazy to do Jul 04 2011 12:03:58 minus Jul 02 2011 11:06:02  Roll Eyes )

Currently i take:
Round blocks / your blocks = your percentage of 50BTC.

You can easy recalculate this.

I have been getting requests from people to ask me to set up a more score based system, against pool hopping.... Not sure what to do here ...
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