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Author Topic: [1050 TH] BitMinter.com [1% PPLNS,Pays TxFees +MergedMining,Stratum,GBT,vardiff]  (Read 776119 times)
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March 12, 2014, 02:40:21 PM
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Can anyone from the pool help me with that ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=510260.0


sell them on ebay as collectors items.  then get antminer u-1 or u -2

yeah got 2 Antminer U2 on the way.
But I was wondering if it might be useful one day to keep it !
What about if the newer chip are the same size, why couldn't I replace the old one with the new ? anyone can answer ?

thx

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March 12, 2014, 02:45:58 PM
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I'm considering jumping to an Antminer but I wonder how loud they are? Right now I'm pretty spoiled bc my Chilis have quiet coolers and before them I replaced my Jally fan with a Noctua. Where would you say these fall noise wise?
I wouldn't call the S1 silent, but it is far from loud.  It is louder than a block erupter cube, but they ran nearly silent.  The fan is big, so it doesn't make a whine noise like those 1U box fans.  For me it has been a cadillac compared to all of my other miners, easy to setup, not mining_proxy needed.  Just works, and switches between up to 3 pools automatically on any downtime.

this  is about perfect as a description .  one more thing they can run days on end with no maintenance.

 I do not over clock them  and I have ups lots of them  good ones.  So I can run for 90 minutes in a black out.  so with the 3 pool rollover settings  I use bitminter,btcguild,cex.io    even if the blackout skips you to a rollover pool no down time.

 Also if usa based here is a great switch  runs 16 ports. 1 in 15 out


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March 12, 2014, 02:48:48 PM
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Can anyone from the pool help me with that ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=510260.0


sell them on ebay as collectors items.  then get antminer u-1 or u -2

yeah got 2 Antminer U2 on the way.
But I was wondering if it might be useful one day to keep it !
What about if the newer chip are the same size, why couldn't I replace the old one with the new ? anyone can answer ?

thx

you would need to be able to flash all the firmware.

 you need good solder skills but in theory it is possible.

Since am sticks are very cheap now you could hold on to them and hope  a swap is possible.

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March 12, 2014, 03:06:09 PM
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Thanks for the feedback on the S1! Sounds better and better...

I might ever consider replacing the stock fan and/or adding a second. Any thoughts on that or are they pretty solid as they come?
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March 12, 2014, 04:21:08 PM
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Thanks for the feedback on the S1! Sounds better and better...

I might ever consider replacing the stock fan and/or adding a second. Any thoughts on that or are they pretty solid as they come?

not so sure you want to do this.  but some people have done it.

 the stock fans move a lot of air. many so called quiet fans do not move a lot of air.

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March 12, 2014, 04:30:34 PM
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Guys, there is a separate Bitmain thread for this discussion ...

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March 12, 2014, 07:42:12 PM
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YAY another forever long block....geesh!! We need to get some shorter ones...talk about bad luck....

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March 12, 2014, 08:18:04 PM
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Terrible luck! 6 out of the last 10 blocks the CDF's are in the red. Only one in the green...
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March 12, 2014, 08:48:38 PM
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10 blocks is very little. It will happen once in a while that there are a few bad luck blocks grouped together, just like it will happen with lucky blocks.

Payouts over the last 500 shifts:

https://bitminter.com/stats/rewards

We are a small pool now and considering that fact the luck has been remarkably average. Sure we had a few lucky and a few unlucky rounds. But all in all it's very close to average.

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March 12, 2014, 09:16:49 PM
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Can anyone explain that on https://blockchain.info/nl/blocks/BitMinter it states that there are 7 blocks found by Bitminter at 2014-03-11
while the Bitminter stats only show 1 block on that date HuhHuh
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March 12, 2014, 09:56:51 PM
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It seems like Bitminter is forgetting to list its found blocks. Where are the rewards for the 6 blocks from 2014-03-11 Huh?
Are we being ripped off ?
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March 12, 2014, 10:40:32 PM
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It seems like Bitminter is forgetting to list its found blocks. Where are the rewards for the 6 blocks from 2014-03-11 Huh?
Are we being ripped off ?

blockchain.info is lying, not Bitminter. I asked them to fix this, but they won't even reply.

Please use this website instead: http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/

Although you can't with 100% certainty attribute a block to a specific pool, at least this site is actually trying to do it right.

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March 12, 2014, 10:48:32 PM
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Can anyone explain that on https://blockchain.info/nl/blocks/BitMinter it states that there are 7 blocks found by Bitminter at 2014-03-11
while the Bitminter stats only show 1 block on that date HuhHuh
Anyone got an answer for this?  I crosschecked slush, and the blocks they had tagged as theirs showed up in the stats.  More missing than there right now when cross checking against bitminter.  Also, is there a way to go back more than 4 days?
Also, Slush is about double bitminters GH/s, and correspondingly, they are showing 2x as many blocks on blockchain.info.
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March 12, 2014, 11:00:40 PM
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Ok, have a look at the block at height 290021. blockchain.info says Bitminter mined it. But at the Eclipse pool they are saying they mined it. And they paid their miners for finding it.

So there are now two possibilities that can explain this...

Either
A) Bitminter is stealing and Eclipse is paying their members for blocks they didn't find

or
B) Data from blockchain.info is.. well.. useless.

Which one could it be? Hmmm.

I advise everyone who wants reliable information to stop using blockchain.info.

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March 12, 2014, 11:05:00 PM
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10 blocks is very little. It will happen once in a while that there are a few bad luck blocks grouped together, just like it will happen with lucky blocks.

Payouts over the last 500 shifts:

https://bitminter.com/stats/rewards

We are a small pool now and considering that fact the luck has been remarkably average. Sure we had a few lucky and a few unlucky rounds. But all in all it's very close to average.


Thanks for the pep talk Dr.  Needed that, LOL!  I'm gonna stick it out this time around.  Last time I left for a couple days, I regretted it. Missed out on a couple quick blocks.
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March 12, 2014, 11:30:00 PM
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10 blocks is very little. It will happen once in a while that there are a few bad luck blocks grouped together, just like it will happen with lucky blocks.

Payouts over the last 500 shifts:

https://bitminter.com/stats/rewards

We are a small pool now and considering that fact the luck has been remarkably average. Sure we had a few lucky and a few unlucky rounds. But all in all it's very close to average.


Thanks for the pep talk Dr.  Needed that, LOL!  I'm gonna stick it out this time around.  Last time I left for a couple days, I regretted it. Missed out on a couple quick blocks.

Right.  Luck is luck.  It makes no difference if you switch now or not so long as both pools are honest.  Past luck is not a predictor for future luck.  When I was with slush we had periods of weeks that were super lucky and weeks that totally sucked (like this one). 

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March 13, 2014, 12:02:43 AM
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Hey Doc!

Just been reading about huntercoin, it's SHA256 merge minable and based off namecoin, so it sounds to me like it would be super simple to add (Seeing as how you are very experienced with namecoin and have had one of the longer running namecoin merge pools)

I believe it might even bring a bunch of hashpower onto the pool if you were the first to add it.

Very unique concept anyway, and I'm sure we'd all love to get in on it while difficulty relatively low.

http://huntercoin.org/how-to-mine/hardware/

got no skin in the game yet, it just popped right out and appealed to me as standing out from the usual garbage alts.

Anyway, please would you at least look into it, thanks,


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March 13, 2014, 12:44:25 AM
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What a streak of lousy luck.... how about merged mining with Mazacoin? 

Some premined, yes, but if it works, that'll help the guys on the "rez" (reservation), and that's a not a bad thing to do while mining.

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March 13, 2014, 04:22:26 AM
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Hey Doc!

Just been reading about huntercoin, it's SHA256 merge minable and based off namecoin, so it sounds to me like it would be super simple to add (Seeing as how you are very experienced with namecoin and have had one of the longer running namecoin merge pools)

I believe it might even bring a bunch of hashpower onto the pool if you were the first to add it.

Very unique concept anyway, and I'm sure we'd all love to get in on it while difficulty relatively low.

http://huntercoin.org/how-to-mine/hardware/

got no skin in the game yet, it just popped right out and appealed to me as standing out from the usual garbage alts.

Anyway, please would you at least look into it, thanks,


Flashman

adding a merged coin may help.  also remember that short term a small pool can have 2x or 3x the earnings.  just as easy as 2 or  3   96% percent blocks.  



we should make a block about every 10 hours.   but if we pop just 3 blocks a day for 3 days that is good luck. as it would be 9 blocks in  72 hours.  instead of about 7 blocks.

I was at btcguild for a while but I decided to switch back . I have around 720gh added back in the form of 4 ant s-1's


I also purchased red jockey undershirt and t-shirt just to wear for this pool.  may the luck be with us.

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March 13, 2014, 06:57:03 AM
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Hey Doc!

Just been reading about huntercoin, it's SHA256 merge minable and based off namecoin, so it sounds to me like it would be super simple to add (Seeing as how you are very experienced with namecoin and have had one of the longer running namecoin merge pools)

I believe it might even bring a bunch of hashpower onto the pool if you were the first to add it.

Very unique concept anyway, and I'm sure we'd all love to get in on it while difficulty relatively low.

http://huntercoin.org/how-to-mine/hardware/

got no skin in the game yet, it just popped right out and appealed to me as standing out from the usual garbage alts.

Anyway, please would you at least look into it, thanks,


Flashman

adding a merged coin may help.  also remember that short term a small pool can have 2x or 3x the earnings.  just as easy as 2 or  3   96% percent blocks.  



we should make a block about every 10 hours.   but if we pop just 3 blocks a day for 3 days that is good luck. as it would be 9 blocks in  72 hours.  instead of about 7 blocks.

I was at btcguild for a while but I decided to switch back . I have around 720gh added back in the form of 4 ant s-1's


I also purchased red jockey undershirt and t-shirt just to wear for this pool.  may the luck be with us.

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