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July 16, 2013, 03:50:10 PM
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Havent seen a 24 hr block in a long time.  Really long time...
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July 16, 2013, 04:04:10 PM
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On the 14th we had a 7 min and a 35 min block. Maybe this is just to make us pay for those  Undecided

And I know that isn't really how this works, but it helps me to justify it that way Cheesy
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July 16, 2013, 04:43:03 PM
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There was a time 24h rounds were normal Grin Lean back and let the machines do the work.

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July 16, 2013, 04:55:14 PM
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There was a time 24h rounds were normal Grin Lean back and let the machines do the work.

But the proffits were higher then to.......

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July 16, 2013, 05:08:32 PM
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The worst would be an orphan. *hides*


Bad mojo don't talk that way.  Best would be we get a block in about 10 minutes from this post.  Then pop 2 more quick blocks.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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July 16, 2013, 05:23:09 PM
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we also had a block at 0 min, so the 99,99% and 24+ hour is possible....

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July 16, 2013, 05:28:10 PM
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1 day on this block  Cool
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July 16, 2013, 06:24:53 PM
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http://bitminter.com/stats/rewards

Looks like Gox and BTC-e graphs when BTC crashed to 60 3 weeks ago  Roll Eyes

Lets see if it skyrockets like btc did , but don't let it take 2 weeks like BTC  Angry

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July 16, 2013, 08:21:12 PM
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looks like the blockstipation is releasing, with 2 new low cdf blocks.
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July 16, 2013, 10:18:21 PM
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Last block on 2013-07-15 17:27 ! WTF ??!!
Now is 2013-07-16 11:20 !

We get the payment for the missing blocks???

There are no missing blocks. Just like there are no "extra" blocks when we have lucky short rounds.

Bitcoin mining is like a lottery. Sometimes you find blocks quickly with only a few hashes (lottery tickets) and sometimes it takes many hashes.

Luckily we found a couple quick blocks after that 26 hour block, which helps even out the bad luck we just had.

If the variance makes you uneasy then you can mine in a PPS pool instead. You'll have high fees, no income from transaction fees, no namecoin income. In short, you will lose a lot of money. But you won't have any variance at all. The same (very low) payouts every day.

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July 16, 2013, 10:32:54 PM
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Last block on 2013-07-15 17:27 ! WTF ??!!
Now is 2013-07-16 11:20 !

We get the payment for the missing blocks???

There are no missing blocks. Just like there are no "extra" blocks when we have lucky short rounds.

Bitcoin mining is like a lottery. Sometimes you find blocks quickly with only a few hashes (lottery tickets) and sometimes it takes many hashes.

Luckily we found a couple quick blocks after that 26 hour block, which helps even out the bad luck we just had.

If the variance makes you uneasy then you can mine in a PPS pool instead. You'll have high fees, no income from transaction fees, no namecoin income. In short, you will lose a lot of money. But you won't have any variance at all. The same (very low) payouts every day.


That's the thing... all miners occasionally lose out due to bad luck, one way or another. If that didn't happen, then you're also not benefiting from good luck--or else the pool would go bankrupt So really, there's no point in trying to avoid it. I'd rather see the downturns all laid out in a direct correlation (payment = % of block) rather than hidden behind extra fees (and not really knowing how much I'm really losing.)

I'm sticking with Bitminter; I find the payouts to be quite fair. Smiley

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July 17, 2013, 04:21:30 AM
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DrHaribo, my BFL Singles arrived today, but they are not working with the BitMinter client.  It logs errors like this many times per second: 

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BitFORCE (COM4) ERROR: Unexpected response to work results poll command: 8636095F59A26EE93EC42907D221D59B3FF3659FAC2CF16002C6F67E8A14207A,2BA85F2E51E5F4F81A00A429,1,0

Any ideas what could be wrong?  They work fine on Easy Miner, but I prefer the BitMinter client.
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July 17, 2013, 07:34:57 AM
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Last block on 2013-07-15 17:27 ! WTF ??!!
Now is 2013-07-16 11:20 !

We get the payment for the missing blocks???

There are no missing blocks. Just like there are no "extra" blocks when we have lucky short rounds.

Bitcoin mining is like a lottery. Sometimes you find blocks quickly with only a few hashes (lottery tickets) and sometimes it takes many hashes.

Luckily we found a couple quick blocks after that 26 hour block, which helps even out the bad luck we just had.

If the variance makes you uneasy then you can mine in a PPS pool instead. You'll have high fees, no income from transaction fees, no namecoin income. In short, you will lose a lot of money. But you won't have any variance at all. The same (very low) payouts every day.


That's the thing... all miners occasionally lose out due to bad luck, one way or another. If that didn't happen, then you're also not benefiting from good luck--or else the pool would go bankrupt So really, there's no point in trying to avoid it. I'd rather see the downturns all laid out in a direct correlation (payment = % of block) rather than hidden behind extra fees (and not really knowing how much I'm really losing.)

I'm sticking with Bitminter; I find the payouts to be quite fair. Smiley


And That's the thing... all miners occasionally WIN out due to GOOD luck So we are even in the long term Smiley


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July 18, 2013, 07:05:07 AM
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DrHaribo, my BFL Singles arrived today, but they are not working with the BitMinter client.  It logs errors like this many times per second: 

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BitFORCE (COM4) ERROR: Unexpected response to work results poll command: 8636095F59A26EE93EC42907D221D59B3FF3659FAC2CF16002C6F67E8A14207A,2BA85F2E51E5F4F81A00A429,1,0

Any ideas what could be wrong?  They work fine on Easy Miner, but I prefer the BitMinter client.
Has he updated to support 1.2.5 firmware yet?
Could be that.

The reply in 1.2.5 adds the chip that found the result - in your case that says:
8636095F59A... = midstate
2BA85F... = blockdata
1=chip
0=nonce count

1.0.0 Jalapeno or PARALLELIZATION disabled, would not have the "1," in there.

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July 18, 2013, 11:16:00 AM
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Is it possible to manually set a (minimum) difficulty yet? I'm running at 1 GH/s (+ stratum, bfgminer, cgminer), and my target difficulty is 1, but I'd like to have less network traffic.

Thanks!

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July 18, 2013, 08:11:46 PM
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DrHaribo, my BFL Singles arrived today, but they are not working with the BitMinter client.  It logs errors like this many times per second: 

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BitFORCE (COM4) ERROR: Unexpected response to work results poll command: 8636095F59A26EE93EC42907D221D59B3FF3659FAC2CF16002C6F67E8A14207A,2BA85F2E51E5F4F81A00A429,1,0

Any ideas what could be wrong?  They work fine on Easy Miner, but I prefer the BitMinter client.
Has he updated to support 1.2.5 firmware yet?
Could be that.

The reply in 1.2.5 adds the chip that found the result - in your case that says:
8636095F59A... = midstate
2BA85F... = blockdata
1=chip
0=nonce count

1.0.0 Jalapeno or PARALLELIZATION disabled, would not have the "1," in there.
Maybe so?  Thanks for the input.
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July 20, 2013, 05:22:28 AM
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I can't login with Google... Embarrassed

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    OpenID Failure: 0x706: GET failed on https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/idhttps:/www.google.com/accounts/o8/id : 404
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July 20, 2013, 03:58:17 PM
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Has he updated to support 1.2.5 firmware yet?
Could be that.

The reply in 1.2.5 adds the chip that found the result - in your case that says:
8636095F59A... = midstate
2BA85F... = blockdata
1=chip
0=nonce count

1.0.0 Jalapeno or PARALLELIZATION disabled, would not have the "1," in there.

That's what it is. Thanks. I will have an update for this soon. Smiley

Is it possible to manually set a (minimum) difficulty yet? I'm running at 1 GH/s (+ stratum, bfgminer, cgminer), and my target difficulty is 1, but I'd like to have less network traffic.

This is implemented and working but has no web interface yet for choosing the target number of submits per minute. The default is 20 proof of work submits per minute. Use the contact page on the website to leave me a message and ask for a lower number and I can set it for you manually. If you have multiple workers let me know which one(s). I hope to have time to get this on the website soon.

I can't login with Google... Embarrassed

Code:
    OpenID Failure: 0x706: GET failed on https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/idhttps:/www.google.com/accounts/o8/id : 404

That's a broken browser plugin. It's fairly common with Firefox and Chrome that some plugins will break webpages. They sometimes cause a duplicated URL as you can see from the error message. Try running your browser with plugins disabled or try a different browser if you have multiple browsers installed.

I would recommend removing any plugins that try to "enhance" webpages and end up breaking them. You don't want that. Wink

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July 20, 2013, 04:38:24 PM
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Has he updated to support 1.2.5 firmware yet?
Could be that.

The reply in 1.2.5 adds the chip that found the result - in your case that says:
8636095F59A... = midstate
2BA85F... = blockdata
1=chip
0=nonce count

1.0.0 Jalapeno or PARALLELIZATION disabled, would not have the "1," in there.

That's what it is. Thanks. I will have an update for this soon. Smiley
Excellent!  Please let me know when the update is out - I really am not a fan of Easyminer.  Smiley
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Last edit: July 20, 2013, 07:52:46 PM by Tinua
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I can't login with Google... Embarrassed

Code:
   OpenID Failure: 0x706: GET failed on https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/idhttps:/www.google.com/accounts/o8/id : 404

That's a broken browser plugin. It's fairly common with Firefox and Chrome that some plugins will break webpages. They sometimes cause a duplicated URL as you can see from the error message. Try running your browser with plugins disabled or try a different browser if you have multiple browsers installed.

I would recommend removing any plugins that try to "enhance" webpages and end up breaking them. You don't want that. Wink


I have the same problem with OpenID since today.
Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer.  On different computers???
Code:
OpenID Failure: 0x704: I/O transport error: Read timed out
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