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Author Topic: bitHopper: Python Pool Hopper Proxy  (Read 333003 times)
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July 30, 2011, 09:58:36 AM
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So which Pools would you recommend right now??
Mine: Ozco, Mt Red, Nofee, TripleM, Polmine, bclc (I'm probably pretty much alone on this one).
Backup: bitp.it and ArsB

Any way to add deppbit?

See 4 posts up

I have been mining successfully on the above pools, and agree with you on bclc. I want to add that bitclockers has been ok for me over the last 24 hrs as well as bcpool. bcpool has done well for me, and I think they don't mess with those who donate.
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July 30, 2011, 10:04:31 AM
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Why is BTC World going to api_disable state.
If I restart the script, it mines fine for a while and then it is switched to api_disable  Sad


EDIT:   Log shows: Disabled due to unchanging api: btcworld
 

Thank you for your help

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July 30, 2011, 10:13:53 AM
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Do I need to restart script after difficulty is changed?
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July 30, 2011, 10:18:48 AM
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Do I need to restart script after difficulty is changed?

No bitHopper checks for difficulty every 6 hrs (and on startup). Restarting will force the change immediately, but with a few hours patience it will update automatically

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July 30, 2011, 10:18:57 AM
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would like to try to run in win32
installed Twisted 11.0.0 for Python 2.7 ( msi |  exe)
not sure what to do
thanks

I'm on Win7 x64. I'll tell you what I've learned.

1) Install python first. Then each of the packages mentioned in the readme should detect where the python directory is to install into.
2)Read / research forum, and download and unzip your desired fork of bitHopper. It seems c00w's is the most well rounded.
3)Edit the users/paswords/api's/roles in the pool.cgf.default and rename it to pool.cfg
4)Create a shortcut to python.exe to launch the bitHopper server.
     4a) Open your shortcut's properties and change the "Target" and "Start in:" fields to match your file locations.
     Example:
     Target: C:\python27\python.exe C:\bitHopper\bithopper.py
     Start in: C:\bitHopper\ (The "Start in:" directory must be bitHopper's directory)
5) Open your shortcut. Point your miner to localhost:8337 and your browser to http://localhost:8337/stats.

That should get you going, however there is much to learn before you fully understand everything you can or should do with bH.
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July 30, 2011, 10:34:45 AM
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Why is BTC World going to api_disable state.
If I restart the script, it mines fine for a while and then it is switched to api_disable  Sad


EDIT:   Log shows: Disabled due to unchanging api: btcworld
 

Thank you for your help

I am going to answer this myself Smiley

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July 30, 2011, 11:23:55 AM
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Bithopping increases difficulty.
So it does work for you for a short period...
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July 30, 2011, 11:28:58 AM
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Bithopping increases difficulty.
So it does work for you for a short period...

Care to elaborate?

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July 30, 2011, 11:36:02 AM
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Bithopping increases difficulty.
So it does work for you for a short period...

LoL - random spew of nothingness.

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July 30, 2011, 11:37:41 AM
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Bithopping increases difficulty.
So it does work for you for a short period...

Care to elaborate?

You move hashingpower from pools with bad luck to pools with (hopefully) more luck, by hopping.
This will increase the total of blocks found in an hour = increase of difficulty.
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July 30, 2011, 11:42:17 AM
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Bithopping increases difficulty.
So it does work for you for a short period...

Care to elaborate?

You move hashingpower from pools with bad luck to pools with (hopefully) more luck, by hopping.
This will increase the total of blocks found in an hour = increase of difficulty.


Hopping doesnt increase the likelihood of finding a block, it only moves the the same hashing power to a new pool hoping to get paid more per share due to proportional payouts.

There is no network hashrate increase/more blocks found(out of the norm) or anything, simply poolhopping cant rewrite the luckfactor involved in finding a block, that is random and allways constant.

If you dont understand the concept then please dont comment on the effects it may have.

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July 30, 2011, 11:45:27 AM
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You move hashingpower from pools with bad luck to pools with (hopefully) more luck, by hopping.

This is a ridiculous statement. Pool hoppers do not control the pools luck
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July 30, 2011, 12:07:23 PM
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Wow gnadget, what happened to you?

I read the following in the poolhopping ethical or not thread.

Before you comment, please give me one example where a pool opperator does not allow it, and is trying to stop it...Those are the pools you should join.


Look at the comment right above yours, btcguild is going out of their way to discourage pool hoppers, and yet he triumphantly claims to still pull it off.

I would agree that anyone who thinks it is perfectly ethical to pool hop is an unethical person and I would not casually do business for them...  after all what other ways do they "maximize their profits"...  If I want to buy a card from someone, maybe they don't mention it locks up after an hours use.  After all, that is just maximizing profits.  

You can rationalize it all you want, but you have to acknowledge it is only a rationalization.  I'm sure you have yourself convinced, but people like me do not see it that way.  We see it as dishonest, and the people who do it as dishonest.

Damn, I didnt know we had such a tightly winded bitcoin community.

Bitcoins is current an arms race, every edge is important. Do you think its all fairies/pixies and every man should get his fair share?

If money is involved, the person who can find the biggest edge comes out ahead and that is what bitcoins relate to atm, trading is the game and value for trading is the ingredients.

As soon as there is more use for bitcoins the madness of finding a new edge will arrive.

We may aswell add a tagline to bitcoins, "The morally just Currency".

Embrace it and stop sounding like a bunch of priests who feel they must confess 24/7.


We all choose what game we play in life.  One of the level 1 games is exactly as you describe: "Pigs at the trough".  I, for once, choose not to step over everyone else for the slightest advantage, and I disagree that every last percent needs to be squeezed out.  People who feel that way care nothing for the fellow miners or community, only care about taking whatever they can get at whatever cost.  Not very enlightened if you ask me.


This list goes on about your comments in that thread, did us evil poolhoppers break your religious heart? Tongue

Whats cooking?

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July 30, 2011, 12:08:39 PM
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is role:info broken for anyone else in the latest c00w version? It shows no information anymore (number of shares for example).
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July 30, 2011, 12:08:46 PM
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By putting in this stupid statement we all now agree that poolhopping doesn't increase the pie.
It only increases the piece of the pie of the poolhoppers.

So, it's stealing from the honest miner that stays at the pool.

You could ask "so, why don't they start Poolhopping?"
If everyone would start Poolhopping, it won't have any use...
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July 30, 2011, 12:10:44 PM
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By putting in this stupid statement we all now agree that poolhopping doesn't increase the pie.
It only increases the piece of the pie of the poolhoppers.

So, it's stealing from the honest miner that stays at the pool.

You could ask "so, why don't you start Poolhopping?"

If everyone would start Poolhopping, it won't have any use...


If everyone started to poolhop I think I would make even more bitcoins purely because majority of the poolhoppers would end up doing it inefficiently or just keep using the defaults in bithopper for instance whereas the more profitable hoppers would make constant adjustments.

...In the land of the stale, the man with one share is king... >> Clipse

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July 30, 2011, 12:11:27 PM
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You move hashingpower from pools with bad luck to pools with (hopefully) more luck, by hopping.

This is a ridiculous statement. Pool hoppers do not control the pools luck

Well you could say it switches from a lake to a pond in hopes of catching more fish.
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July 30, 2011, 12:15:18 PM
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is role:info broken for anyone else in the latest c00w version? It shows no information anymore (number of shares for example).

working for me just fine
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July 30, 2011, 12:34:27 PM
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You move hashingpower from pools with bad luck to pools with (hopefully) more luck, by hopping.

This is a ridiculous statement. Pool hoppers do not control the pools luck

Well you could say it switches from a lake to a pond in hopes of catching more fish.

Close analogy however Id say its more the case of switching from a lake to a pond where the avg amount of weight per fish is the same but you have fewer yet bigger fish in the pond thus standing a chance to catch more overall weight quicker rather than alot of smaller weight fish.

...In the land of the stale, the man with one share is king... >> Clipse

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July 30, 2011, 12:44:15 PM
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I definately have a problem with the APIs.. The shares are not read/displayed correctly.

[22:41:24] Error in pool api for polmine
[22:41:24] Error in pool api for mtred
[22:41:24] Error in pool api for bclc
[22:41:24] Error in pool api for nofeemining
[22:41:24] Error in pool api for ozco
[22:41:25] slush: 521484
[22:41:25] triple: 8315161

Just downloaded the latest bithopper (zip of master), used the default config and changed usernames&passwords.

Can you guide me to fix the API problem please?!

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