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July 28, 2013, 03:42:35 AM
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im happy with 1 payout per day as there's no info of our earnings

so the 1 payout per day will give me an indication of my 24hour earnings.

also vardiff or lower difficulty, i bet that will increase profits

I'm good with this as well, though the payouts thing isn't a big deal (I keep a running Excel log based on dates/times so I can easily keep up with earnings like that and calculate differences from day to day and such).

you can get those 24hours statistics from your user page

what user page?

Click on your payout amount on the far right and it takes you to a detailed payout page..

This isn't accurate at all, and here's why:

There are four sets of numbers: Unconfirmed | Untraded | Traded | Paid

Because of how the system works (confirming transactions, then sending the coins to an exchange to be traded in) different coins will take different amounts of time. If you are only looking at what you've been paid over 24 hours, you are missing the big picture. For example, you could have 80 mBTC waiting to be exchanged for a day, or you could have 300 mBTC waiting to be exchanged.

What you have to pay attention to is the entire amount, by adding up all four columns together. This gives you an accurate representation of what you have earned over a certain period.

So what I do is log the date/time/four columns. I then add up all the columns. To determine how much was earned over what period, I subtract the time of the update from the previous update, then find the differences between the two total columns. From here, I divide the differences by the hours in between the two checks, and then multiply by 24. This gives the most accurate view of what has been earned over 24 hours because it's looking at everything that is unconfirmed, waiting to be converted, converted *and* paid.

By calculating this way, are you seeing the return you would expect?  I am still seeing better profits than mining LTC, well at least during the last 4 days or so.

I'm really not sure yet... I just started logging the night before last but my hashrate has been a bit iffy (anywhere from 2.3-6 MH/s) and wasn't truly steady until this morning so it'll take a couple days to get accurate results.
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July 28, 2013, 05:19:55 AM
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The exchange to BTC seems to have stopped working.  It's supposed to be automatic, yes?

Butterfly Labs has a different interpretation of the FTC Mail Order Rule.  You do not have a refund option with the BFL Monarch no matter how late they ship.
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July 28, 2013, 05:22:54 AM
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The exchange to BTC seems to have stopped working.  It's supposed to be automatic, yes?

It's working. Just slower than normal. I may have it trade more aggressively for a bit, at the cost of exchange rate.

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July 28, 2013, 06:27:40 AM
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This isn't accurate at all, and here's why:

There are four sets of numbers: Unconfirmed | Untraded | Traded | Paid

Because of how the system works (confirming transactions, then sending the coins to an exchange to be traded in) different coins will take different amounts of time. If you are only looking at what you've been paid over 24 hours, you are missing the big picture. For example, you could have 80 mBTC waiting to be exchanged for a day, or you could have 300 mBTC waiting to be exchanged.

What you have to pay attention to is the entire amount, by adding up all four columns together. This gives you an accurate representation of what you have earned over a certain period.

So what I do is log the date/time/four columns. I then add up all the columns. To determine how much was earned over what period, I subtract the time of the update from the previous update, then find the differences between the two total columns. From here, I divide the differences by the hours in between the two checks, and then multiply by 24. This gives the most accurate view of what has been earned over 24 hours because it's looking at everything that is unconfirmed, waiting to be converted, converted *and* paid.

you are right, but remember you get paid for what have been exchanged so far, and those numbers are estimates.

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July 28, 2013, 06:52:01 AM
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If you want to see your daily earnings set a time and change the btc address on your miners every day at that time. Make one a day for a week and keep track of your progress. It works great for me, easy to keep track of how much I made in a 24 hour period.

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July 28, 2013, 07:03:26 AM
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Any conservative estimates on $/day per kHash? Looking to purchase a scrypt setup for a few grand and need to know my expected returns.

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July 28, 2013, 07:33:41 AM
Last edit: July 28, 2013, 07:55:17 AM by h2odysee
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There's been an issue. Bottlecaps forked, and we were on the wrong fork.

We lost 13510 bottlecaps.

In the following link is a list of blocks that we mined, but were orphaned.

http://pastebin.com/sjtsgWhq

You can somewhat verify that our pool mined them my using

bottlecapsd gettransaction <txid>

and looking at the "addresses" field. EkvVoc8fYrDrLSoAGnCDzY1hpSkEjDsWe8 is our bottlecaps generation address.

As a result, our "unexchanged balance" has dropped by about 6 bitcoins.

Edit: Actually you probably can't check those transactions unless you are on the alternate fork. If you paste a txid from that list in here, I'll paste the associated transaction.

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July 28, 2013, 08:59:55 AM
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What period of time will that wastage mostly affect the score, looks like the hours just previous to your post but also mixed over several days

My miner is still not able to keep up.  cgwatcher says 8% efficiency, Ive gone elsewhere now and its up to 77% in 50 mins

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July 28, 2013, 09:04:10 AM
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What period of time was that wastage occurring, the hours just previous to your post ?    Or mixed over several days

My miner is still not able to keep up.  cgwatcher says 8% efficiency, Ive gone elsewhere now and its up to 77% in 50 mins

From 2013-07-26 14:11:37 UTC and onward.

I had a few disconnects in the past hour. Working on it.

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July 28, 2013, 09:04:44 AM
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I can confirm i got around 0.17BTC for around 24hr of mining. My hashrate is atm around 5500mhs, since few days ago 2 of my cards broke and are on RMA. With them I have around 6700-6900mhs. Can confirm that earnings here (despite 10-12% rejects, must be cos I am from Europe), are the same as on multipool.in. Only here I get all coins converted, so it is the best autopilot atm I tried. A little better results I get when I mine with multiminer, but multiminer needs constant monitoring since is not so stable atm. The best results I get when I mine manually, but it is time consuming... So good job here, hoping for EU pool in the future. So far the best autopilot on market.
P.S. Address I am mining is 12kQdm26Zua7DVaR5QzFzhd4EAqPomzHmH . As you can see I shall never get 5500mhs, but it does not affect earnings, only accepted/rejected shares do.
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July 28, 2013, 10:09:07 AM
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Looks like I lost 6 hours of production just now.  Unexchanged balance has been fluctuating wildly the past few hours too (excluding conversions to balance).  Still that CAP issue?

Butterfly Labs has a different interpretation of the FTC Mail Order Rule.  You do not have a refund option with the BFL Monarch no matter how late they ship.
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July 28, 2013, 10:10:13 AM
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Looks like I lost 6 hours of production just now.  Unexchanged balance has been fluctuating wildly the past few hours too (excluding conversions to balance).  Still that CAP issue?

No. I'm looking into that. We just sold a bunch of stuff, but it doesn't look like people were credited. I'll post when I've got it figured out.

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July 28, 2013, 10:24:19 AM
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I don't like your idea .... I better mine whatever i think is best and sell it whenever the price is good ...

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July 28, 2013, 10:47:56 AM
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 "Traceback: <class '_mysql_exceptions.IntegrityError'>: (1062, \"Duplicate entry '1AvyJE9XzbzQHKvQvqFxdeqpRhynBJkL64' f......................

been getting this all morning and lost shares to stratum disconnects all night.

was going outstandingly well yesterday.
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July 28, 2013, 10:50:22 AM
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"Traceback: <class '_mysql_exceptions.IntegrityError'>: (1062, \"Duplicate entry '1AvyJE9XzbzQHKvQvqFxdeqpRhynBJkL64' f......................

been getting this all morning and lost shares to stratum disconnects all night.

was going outstandingly well yesterday.

Stratum disconnects are because I still need to fix database speed.

The exception is because of a bug that I fixed in a couple of coins, but not all yet. The temporary fix is to make sure all your workers that use the same username all have the same password. If they already do, and you're still getting that message, please let me know.

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July 28, 2013, 10:57:12 AM
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Thanks for the super fast reply

yeah they do. 6-7 workers all using same credentials
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July 28, 2013, 11:04:34 AM
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I don't like your idea .... I better mine whatever i think is best and sell it whenever the price is good ...

This pool is for those who want to leave the decision of coin to mine and price to sell to a program.  It's really not for everyone, but I'm satisfied with the results so far, as it seems to be able to generate twice the bitcoins using the same equipment.

Butterfly Labs has a different interpretation of the FTC Mail Order Rule.  You do not have a refund option with the BFL Monarch no matter how late they ship.
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July 28, 2013, 11:13:08 AM
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Thanks for the super fast reply

yeah they do. 6-7 workers all using same credentials


OK, this issue should be fixed now.

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July 28, 2013, 11:19:11 AM
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Thanks for the super fast reply

yeah they do. 6-7 workers all using same credentials


OK, this issue should be fixed now.

Yes all good, thanks.

I think I will put a failover to a second BTC addy here, any problems if I do that?
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July 28, 2013, 11:19:49 AM
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Thanks for the super fast reply

yeah they do. 6-7 workers all using same credentials


OK, this issue should be fixed now.

Yes all good, thanks.

I think I will put a failover to a second BTC addy here, any problems if I do that?

That should be fine.

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