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Author Topic: [1050 TH] BitMinter.com [1% PPLNS,Pays TxFees +MergedMining,Stratum,GBT,vardiff]  (Read 775397 times)
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January 23, 2014, 07:15:16 PM
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Antminer support is not ready yet.

The client will detect it (wrongly) as an Icarus, because it appears to behave like one. It will run at reduced hashrate while spewing errors. After a while it will hit too many errors in a row and the client will give up on it.

This is not recommended.

Actual Antminer support coming soon I hope.

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January 23, 2014, 07:57:33 PM
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This is not recommended.

Awww, not even for the entertainment value?

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January 23, 2014, 08:56:48 PM
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This is not recommended.

Awww, not even for the entertainment value?

Maybe, if you like hashing at reduced speed and having it quit on you while you are asleep.

But this sort of humor is not recommended.

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January 23, 2014, 10:39:27 PM
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Actual Antminer support coming soon I hope.


Any word on nanofury support?  I have 16 running in BFG but would prefer the simplicity of the client.  Specifically I'm running the Yellowjacket 2.2GH model.
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January 23, 2014, 11:05:54 PM
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Actual Antminer support coming soon I hope.


Any word on nanofury support?  I have 16 running in BFG but would prefer the simplicity of the client.  Specifically I'm running the Yellowjacket 2.2GH model.

I believe these appear as a USB HID device, rather than a COM (serial) port. So they are more work to add (only have OpenCL and COM ports so far). Would be nice, though, but no specific plans at the moment.

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January 24, 2014, 03:35:50 AM
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This is not recommended.

Awww, not even for the entertainment value?

Maybe, if you like hashing at reduced speed and having it quit on you while you are asleep.

But this sort of humor is not recommended.


AntMiner U1 sticks.

They work on bitminter client OK here, run at 1.564 steady.
Alot of fake errors, 3% or so of them are real (affect shift)
48hrs since I reset the device stats - 6000 bombs - most fake. hash affected about 6kh so I just spun up one videocard on low to compensate it.
92+ hours client runnin since last boot, forgot the reason why I rebooted.
have beenup to 12000 bombs on the device, may have been reason for last reboot, now I just reset its stats.

Older BE are fading away ants are eating up their slots. Why ? PRICE - $60 and falling bitmain cannot ship em fast enuf they are getting Gobbled up by the case of 500.

Annnnd since the 49 Asicminer made 49 port USB Hub is getting scarce and price is rising...way to high.

This is my new favorite hub, with some sales maybe we can get the price down.
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January 24, 2014, 08:13:00 PM
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Hey Guys, just curious. I'm hashing with 80Gh/s and last week I generated .2 BTC in 7 days and now this week (ending tomorrow) I will have generated around .06.
Now, this doesn't exactly coincide with the difficulty changing, did things just even out or Huh

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January 24, 2014, 08:18:18 PM
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Hey Guys, just curious. I'm hashing with 80Gh/s and last week I generated .2 BTC in 7 days and now this week (ending tomorrow) I will have generated around .06.
Now, this doesn't exactly coincide with the difficulty changing, did things just even out or Huh

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80 GH/s is about 0.018 BTC per day now, on average.

Rewards are a little below expected due to some bad luck a couple days back.

You can see the stats here: https://bitminter.com/stats/rewards

That's the last 500 shifts. About 1000 hours.

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January 25, 2014, 01:25:44 AM
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Why does Bitminter not show my unconfirmed increasing, I just see a - and the balance isn't moving?

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Balance    Unconfirmed    Future    Expected per block
0.05084874    -    0.05084874    0.01692764

I can see the Worker is working
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Ghps    Accepted    Rejected
269.8    4,504,020    18,816

I can see the Shifts (work effort) are being added. (Check out that 20% difficulty increase!)
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Completed    Duration    Difficulty    Total Thps    Your Ghps    Your score    Your work
2014-01-25 01:07    2h 40m    2,147,483,647    390.9    263.5    0.067407%    591,872
2014-01-24 22:26    2h 40m    2,147,483,647    391.8    269.9    0.068877%    606,592
2014-01-24 19:44    2h 41m    2,147,483,647    389.4    259.9    0.066731%    586,496
2014-01-24 17:02    2h 40m    2,147,483,647    392.5    255.4    0.065061%    571,392
2014-01-24 14:22    2h 24m    2,147,483,647    384.5    246.7    0.064474%    496,852
2014-01-24 11:57    2h 13m    1,789,546,951    385.2    270.3    0.070164%    504,064
2014-01-24 09:43    2h 11m    1,789,546,951    391.1    277.8    0.071039%    510,336
2014-01-24 07:31    2h 12m    1,789,546,951    388.7    263.5    0.067797%    486,400
2014-01-24 05:18    2h 12m    1,789,546,951    389.1    263.9    0.067818%    487,296

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January 25, 2014, 01:32:08 AM
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Because no blocks have been found, there are none waiting for 120 confirmations.  We are on another run of bad luck.
"Another"? I'm not sure we found our way out of the last one yet ... Sad

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January 25, 2014, 02:43:15 AM
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Because no blocks have been found, there are none waiting for 120 confirmations.  We are on another run of bad luck.
"Another"? I'm not sure we found our way out of the last one yet ... Sad

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January 25, 2014, 06:03:33 AM
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Hello

I have been mining for the past day and have not been rewarded it shows nothing in my balance but have been steady at 210GH/s the worker is Grumpy619_ted. Can someone from Bitminter please look into this. I just don't want to be out the coin I have mined. Thank you.

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January 25, 2014, 06:17:06 AM
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Hello

I have been mining for the past day and have not been rewarded it shows nothing in my balance but have been steady at 210GH/s the worker is Grumpy619_ted. Can someone from Bitminter please look into this. I just don't want to be out the coin I have mined. Thank you.

It looks to be a 24hr+ block noone gets paid till it is decoded.
However on my "expected per block" stat my shares are up from .00017000 to almost .00020000 so because we share I get paid more for the extra work to crunch it.

It kinda balances out, but it is nice when a easy block come in, to see coin rollin in faster.

Only cure is more gigawatts to crunch the hard ones faster, however if you have weak Bitfoo like me, when the pool gets to fast with big boys on line, we kinda do not get much at all, we have no time to get shifts in.

I am stickin with Doc and his pool even if I need to get more hardware, come to think of it nothing makes me happier than more hardware. Electricty will kiil ya off tho, need to work on alternatives for that. (or move to canada Smiley Cheap Power.

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January 25, 2014, 09:28:11 AM
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So we will only get paid the one block? Is this the reason you should pool hop? Or will we get paid the whole amount or just the one expected amount?

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January 25, 2014, 09:47:07 AM
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Why does Bitminer not show my unconfirmed increasing, I just see a - and the balance isn't moving?

You get paid when we find a block. We're on an unlucky round now, it's been a while since the last block.

Also, if you use the prepay perk unconfirmed will always be "-", payment will happen immediately when the block is found.

Some more info on the payouts here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=27062.msg2769824#msg2769824

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January 25, 2014, 09:48:52 AM
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So we will only get paid the one block? Is this the reason you should pool hop? Or will we get paid the whole amount or just the one expected amount?

PPLNS strategy is to stop pool hoppers.
Because of shares they cannot just jump in and claim full pay.
They will only collect for the work (shares) they produce.

Doc knows alot more of this subject, and has discussed it many times, maybe add to the sticky if it is not already.

hehehe See he is on it :0 posted while I was typin my bad.

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January 25, 2014, 09:59:23 AM
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So we will only get paid the one block? Is this the reason you should pool hop? Or will we get paid the whole amount or just the one expected amount?

Some people think you should move out of the pool after you had bad luck, and go back after you saw other people have good luck. But that's not really helping you. That is NOT how pool hopping is done.

"Pool hopping" is a specific term that doesn't just mean switching between pools. It means switching between them at very specific moments to abuse weaknesses in their reward systems so you can get paid more than your fair share. The only BTC pools I know of where this is still possible is Slush and Deepbit. All other pools changed to reward systems where this is no longer possible. There may be a couple more vulnerable ones that don't appear on pool lists.

If you mine Litecoin though, there seems to be a lot of pools using the "proportional" reward system. You can pool hop the hell out of those and get paid way more than with normal mining.

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January 25, 2014, 11:23:24 AM
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Bad luck is not helping us...  Cry

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Height       Created                Duration           Work            Difficulty           CDF      Total Thps     Type            Made by   Confirmations
282374   2014-01-25 09:46   1d 4h 55m   9,419,940,398   2,147,483,647   98.6%   388.6            BTC              Fefox           110 left

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January 25, 2014, 04:35:03 PM
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Hi.. I new to bitcoin mining. Currently have a usb asic miner with a speed of 2Gh/s. By watching the rise of the difficulty, it may not profitable at all because while calculating, i found that higher dificulty requires longer mining and the longer i mine with the same speed, the lower the income. So what should i do? Any suggestion?
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January 25, 2014, 05:14:15 PM
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Hi.. I new to bitcoin mining. Currently have a usb asic miner with a speed of 2Gh/s. By watching the rise of the difficulty, it may not profitable at all because while calculating, i found that higher dificulty requires longer mining and the longer i mine with the same speed, the lower the income. So what should i do? Any suggestion?

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