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January 15, 2014, 01:17:10 PM
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Height   Created   Duration   Work   Difficulty   CDF   Total Thps   Type   Made by   Confirmations
280611   2014-01-15 11:26   1d 0h 24m   7,758,538,494   1,789,546,951   98.7%   379.1   BTC   ttyp9   107 left

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January 15, 2014, 02:38:57 PM
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bfgminer (the current source, no binary yet I think) works much better for me. And it works together with the old usb block eruptors, too.

do  you over clock them with bfgminer?

i am running 48 ants on a 49 port hub  + a 10 port hub  42 on one and 6 on the other.

clocked to 2 gh each should be getting 96 gh but with errors i get about 91-93 gh. still thats about 1.93 a stick.

the software over clock is  freq 0981 vs 0781

this over clock raises the freq only i.e. almost no extra power to run at 0981 vs 0781  .. the 42 sticks and 2 fans pull 137 watts  at the plug of my kill a watt meter.  if I drop to stock I use 130 watts.  the 7 watts gets me more the 15 extra gh.

the ant sticks go to 2 gh with ease. on cgminer.   I have done a lot of reading if you want to go to 2.4 or 2.6 you need to replace a resistor and my old man cataract repaired eyes  are not up to the task.  but still 2 gh for about 3 watts at the wall plug is really good.

My main rig runs 48 ants 14 ice  fury and a 7970 doing ltc.

I get about 92gh to bitminter 34 gh to btcguild  and 670kh wemineltc.
the whole setup pulls 480 watts.

what I like is the ltc pays for all the power  and makes a little money.  I get about 5  ltc coins a month about 120-130 usd   and 500 watts is 360 k watts at 20 cents = 72 bucks.

so the rig turns a power  profit on the ltc alone of 50 60 bucks a month.  and it helps to heat the garage this will be  a good  thing until april.

The ant sticks can go up to 60 a pc I read that 120GH is the max hash power on 1 cgminer program.  so I can add 10-12 more sticks.

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January 15, 2014, 03:24:29 PM
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bfgminer (the current source, no binary yet I think) works much better for me. And it works together with the old usb block eruptors, too.

do  you over clock them with bfgminer?


I'm running 10 of them also on the 2Gh/s setting with no problem. For me I think the HW error rate got a lot better with bfgminer, too. Currently the worst stick is at 3 HW errors within 3 days of run-time. YMMV.
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January 15, 2014, 05:05:17 PM
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Any update on the site? Have we hit a stale block? Payouts have stopped coming since yesterday morning, I am almost to the 24 hour mark and have only received 2 payments, less than what I am supposed to make every 24 hours at my hashing.

Thanks.

If the pool finds a block you get paid, if it doesn't, you don't. Check https://bitminter.com/blocks to see whether there's a new block found or not.

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January 15, 2014, 06:20:28 PM
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Some info on how payouts work:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=27062.msg2769824#msg2769824

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January 15, 2014, 10:37:40 PM
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Bitminter Client v1.43 works with Antminer Sticks & sllabs BE driver, just alot of errors, and 1.5+gh...
Mine came in on COM5.
So it does work.

I am to try the other routes to mine here now, to see which ones work best for Antminer USB sticks.
CGminer first as it advertised first support of AntSticks.

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January 16, 2014, 10:33:51 AM
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280611    2014-01-15 11:26    1d 0h 24m    7,758,538,494    1,789,546,951    98.7%    379.1    BTC    ttyp9    confirmed

Lol, I thought something was broke too! Hate those day long blocks. Cheesy

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January 17, 2014, 06:29:42 PM
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I asked support about a manual cashout around the beginning of December and they said "soon."  Any idea when that will be?

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January 17, 2014, 08:15:15 PM
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I asked support about a manual cashout around the beginning of December and they said "soon."  Any idea when that will be?

It's been delayed with all the ddos attacks, but I'm working on it right now.

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January 18, 2014, 03:11:30 PM
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My last Bitminter payout has been showing "unconfirmed" for some time...

https://blockchain.info/address/1z4QxCXkN29zEMha8N7sVz4bHrmXDRXHu

..so what happens next?

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January 18, 2014, 03:57:14 PM
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My last Bitminter payout has been showing "unconfirmed" for some time...

https://blockchain.info/address/1z4QxCXkN29zEMha8N7sVz4bHrmXDRXHu

..so what happens next?

There has only been 3 bitcoin blocks in the last 2 hours, so transactions are piling up. Unfortunately ghash.io got two of those three blocks, and they are still creating small blocks, not including a lot of transactions.

Should clear up soon. Would certainly help if ghash.io would create larger blocks.

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January 18, 2014, 06:52:09 PM
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My last Bitminter payout has been showing "unconfirmed" for some time...

https://blockchain.info/address/1z4QxCXkN29zEMha8N7sVz4bHrmXDRXHu

..so what happens next?

There has only been 3 bitcoin blocks in the last 2 hours, so transactions are piling up. Unfortunately ghash.io got two of those three blocks, and they are still creating small blocks, not including a lot of transactions.

Should clear up soon. Would certainly help if ghash.io would create larger blocks.


If you wouldn't mind. How are they creating small blocks? Something they are doing or just how the block tumbles?

Thanx
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January 18, 2014, 07:05:41 PM
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There has only been 3 bitcoin blocks in the last 2 hours, so transactions are piling up. Unfortunately ghash.io got two of those three blocks, and they are still creating small blocks, not including a lot of transactions.

Should clear up soon. Would certainly help if ghash.io would create larger blocks.


If you wouldn't mind. How are they creating small blocks? Something they are doing or just how the block tumbles?

Thanx
Their bitcoind is set to limit the generated block sizes to 250KB. I don't know if this is still the default, but many pools make larger blocks nowadays (500KB-1MB usually).

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January 18, 2014, 07:13:50 PM
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My last Bitminter payout has been showing "unconfirmed" for some time...

https://blockchain.info/address/1z4QxCXkN29zEMha8N7sVz4bHrmXDRXHu

..so what happens next?

There has only been 3 bitcoin blocks in the last 2 hours, so transactions are piling up. Unfortunately ghash.io got two of those three blocks, and they are still creating small blocks, not including a lot of transactions.

Should clear up soon. Would certainly help if ghash.io would create larger blocks.


Just started getting confirmations now, 5 of them, 4hrs later! Wow that was kinda slow.
I hope I never have to order a meal like that. It would be cold before they know I'd paid!  Wink

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January 18, 2014, 11:16:10 PM
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at £18.99.  Got it today.

Wish I'd done it early, the noise as been cut by at lest by 30-50%.  It's true what people say, BFL power brick are sh*t!

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January 19, 2014, 12:38:47 AM
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My last Bitminter payout has been showing "unconfirmed" for some time...

https://blockchain.info/address/1z4QxCXkN29zEMha8N7sVz4bHrmXDRXHu

..so what happens next?

There has only been 3 bitcoin blocks in the last 2 hours, so transactions are piling up. Unfortunately ghash.io got two of those three blocks, and they are still creating small blocks, not including a lot of transactions.

Should clear up soon. Would certainly help if ghash.io would create larger blocks.


Will they stop at nothing ? With their hashrate it is like cheating the world. Easy block finds for them, more work for everyone else.

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January 19, 2014, 12:40:59 AM
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Less transactions, less transaction fees, you'd think their users would mind.

My BFL LS power brick died on Friday, bought this CIT 450w Gold 12CM Silent Atx Power Supply
at £18.99.  Got it today.

Wish I'd done it early, the noise as been cut by at lest by 30-50%.  It's true what people say, BFL power brick are sh*t!
FYI RMA for BFL PSUs is very quick and easy, just go to RMA section in BFL account control panel, describe the manner of death, and they send you one right out.

I'm not very convinced a PSU costing under $50 is gonna do much better however. I say $50, but that would probably be on sale from a MRSP of $80 or so, anything MADE to be $50 isn't gonna be that great either.

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January 19, 2014, 01:58:42 PM
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Website updated today. Transaction history got a new details/summary filter and also export to CSV file.

Let me know if you are happy or unhappy with how it works.

I may add more file formats in the future, but there is a lot of software that can eat CSV files.

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January 20, 2014, 02:02:43 AM
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Seems I just lost connection to the pool. Anything going on?

EDIT: Things are kicking back online now.

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January 20, 2014, 02:05:23 AM
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Same here.  All miners disconnected.


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