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Author Topic: [1050 TH] BitMinter.com [1% PPLNS,Pays TxFees +MergedMining,Stratum,GBT,vardiff]  (Read 775086 times)
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March 14, 2014, 04:22:53 PM
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All I can say is that the luck has suuuuucccckkkkeeeedddd, but I jumped to this pool from slush a while back, due to the merged mining, and more steady payouts, and not to mention the good Dr. is very responsive and active on the board here....I don't really want to leave this pool due to the fact that I just think its a streak of bad luck, and the fact that my low has rate <=30GHs nets me more here than on the bigger pools where I am a rain drop amongst the Mississippi River of miners, yeah I don't have high hash rates, but I am not doing it for the money, its more of a hobby to see what I can do with limited funds for hardware (and what I do make I put to upgrading hardware or buying other cool gizmos).  
  Right now i am waiting to receive 2 more blades, and that will push me to the 50 Ghs mark...give or take....thats  quite a bit to me considering I started with just GPU mining on a laptop in November out of curiosity, and slowly collected hardware....(really I should have just started with blades, but the way they were described kind of put me off of them, then I got my first, and was like well these are easy....).  I want to save up my bit pennies and maybe be able to buy a big miner when they are fresh and new, but right now I am satisfied with the equipment I have and enjoy seeing it just work away....
   I already know that pretty soon (as if they already are not) my first gen usb block erupters will be useless, but I like watching them blink sometimes, and the fact that they have a lower error rate than my one blade that is running (which will be soon rectified once my new network switch comes in and I can hardwire its server rather than wifi which I know is bad).  This is more of a long term project for me, learning watching, and seeing what I can do with what...
  So I have no plans of jumping pools anytime soon (like my hash would really make a difference)...but it would be nice to get some blocks a little more often, so I can get more pennies and add to the network with those pennies...

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March 14, 2014, 04:55:57 PM
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All I can say is that the luck has suuuuucccckkkkeeeedddd, but I jumped to this pool from slush a while back, due to the merged mining, and more steady payouts, and not to mention the good Dr. is very responsive and active on the board here....I don't really want to leave this pool due to the fact that I just think its a streak of bad luck, and the fact that my low has rate <=30GHs nets me more here than on the bigger pools where I am a rain drop amongst the Mississippi River of miners, yeah I don't have high hash rates, but I am not doing it for the money, its more of a hobby to see what I can do with limited funds for hardware (and what I do make I put to upgrading hardware or buying other cool gizmos).  
  Right now i am waiting to receive 2 more blades, and that will push me to the 50 Ghs mark...give or take....thats  quite a bit to me considering I started with just GPU mining on a laptop in November out of curiosity, and slowly collected hardware....(really I should have just started with blades, but the way they were described kind of put me off of them, then I got my first, and was like well these are easy....).  I want to save up my bit pennies and maybe be able to buy a big miner when they are fresh and new, but right now I am satisfied with the equipment I have and enjoy seeing it just work away....
   I already know that pretty soon (as if they already are not) my first gen usb block erupters will be useless, but I like watching them blink sometimes, and the fact that they have a lower error rate than my one blade that is running (which will be soon rectified once my new network switch comes in and I can hardwire its server rather than wifi which I know is bad).  This is more of a long term project for me, learning watching, and seeing what I can do with what...
  So I have no plans of jumping pools anytime soon (like my hash would really make a difference)...but it would be nice to get some blocks a little more often, so I can get more pennies and add to the network with those pennies...


ahh the good old days   not much invested more fun then anything else.

for me I have 7k in btc and ltc mining as I type even though It is all paid for and overall I made maybe 11k since 2012.

Running all this gear I need to earn or the power bill is a killer.

 I spend about 2k watts an hour to mine my  850-870gh  that is about 35 cents an hour or 8.40 usd a day or 250 usd a month.  This slow speed is a killer for me. what are we up to 30 ours plus?

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March 14, 2014, 05:12:30 PM
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All I can say is that the luck has suuuuucccckkkkeeeedddd, but I jumped to this pool from slush a while back, due to the merged mining, and more steady payouts, and not to mention the good Dr. is very responsive and active on the board here....I don't really want to leave this pool due to the fact that I just think its a streak of bad luck, and the fact that my low has rate <=30GHs nets me more here than on the bigger pools where I am a rain drop amongst the Mississippi River of miners, yeah I don't have high hash rates, but I am not doing it for the money, its more of a hobby to see what I can do with limited funds for hardware (and what I do make I put to upgrading hardware or buying other cool gizmos).  
  Right now i am waiting to receive 2 more blades, and that will push me to the 50 Ghs mark...give or take....thats  quite a bit to me considering I started with just GPU mining on a laptop in November out of curiosity, and slowly collected hardware....(really I should have just started with blades, but the way they were described kind of put me off of them, then I got my first, and was like well these are easy....).  I want to save up my bit pennies and maybe be able to buy a big miner when they are fresh and new, but right now I am satisfied with the equipment I have and enjoy seeing it just work away....
   I already know that pretty soon (as if they already are not) my first gen usb block erupters will be useless, but I like watching them blink sometimes, and the fact that they have a lower error rate than my one blade that is running (which will be soon rectified once my new network switch comes in and I can hardwire its server rather than wifi which I know is bad).  This is more of a long term project for me, learning watching, and seeing what I can do with what...
  So I have no plans of jumping pools anytime soon (like my hash would really make a difference)...but it would be nice to get some blocks a little more often, so I can get more pennies and add to the network with those pennies...


ahh the good old days   not much invested more fun then anything else.

for me I have 7k in btc and ltc mining as I type even though It is all paid for and overall I made maybe 11k since 2012.

Running all this gear I need to earn or the power bill is a killer.

 I spend about 2k watts an hour to mine my  850-870gh  that is about 35 cents an hour or 8.40 usd a day or 250 usd a month.  This slow speed is a killer for me. what are we up to 30 ours plus?

40 hours

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March 14, 2014, 06:37:54 PM
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I see your 40 and raise you to 42 hours

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March 14, 2014, 07:38:25 PM
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we should start rain dance now. or pray for good luck to strike us soon.  Grin

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March 14, 2014, 07:44:02 PM
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Yay! it worked! I danced really!  Wink

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March 14, 2014, 07:44:28 PM
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Finally that long ass one is done....let's sacrifice to the gods, and hope our luck turns to good!!

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March 14, 2014, 07:51:58 PM
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Finally that long ass one is done....let's sacrifice to the gods, and hope our luck turns to good!!

Well we got a second block almost instantly so yes, at least for the moment better!

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March 14, 2014, 07:55:07 PM
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Finally that long ass one is done....let's sacrifice to the gods, and hope our luck turns to good!!

Well we got a second block almost instantly so yes, at least for the moment better!

let us go boom boom boom.


 this is why a little pool is tempting.  With my 850GH I get about .04 so I just got .08 in under 10 minutes.

we are supposed to do 2.2 blocks or 2.1 blocks in a day.

  So A 5 block day is hard to do but is worth pretty good for me . 

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March 15, 2014, 12:38:47 AM
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Shhhh....quiet or you'll jinx it...

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March 15, 2014, 02:06:46 AM
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Shhhh....quiet or you'll jinx it...

Hehe, longest slowest since I have been here. Cannot happen twice in a row Smiley

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March 15, 2014, 03:27:18 AM
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let us go boom boom boom.


 this is why a little pool is tempting.  With my 850GH I get about .04 so I just got .08 in under 10 minutes.

we are supposed to do 2.2 blocks or 2.1 blocks in a day.

  So A 5 block day is hard to do but is worth pretty good for me . 

Well, well, you seem to be our new lucky mascot..... can we send you to a taxidermist to get stuffed and mounted? Cheesy

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March 15, 2014, 03:50:52 AM
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March 15, 2014, 05:23:36 PM
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let us go boom boom boom.


 this is why a little pool is tempting.  With my 850GH I get about .04 so I just got .08 in under 10 minutes.

we are supposed to do 2.2 blocks or 2.1 blocks in a day.

  So A 5 block day is hard to do but is worth pretty good for me .  

Well, well, you seem to be our new lucky mascot..... can we send you to a taxidermist to get stuffed and mounted? Cheesy

you know I bailed on fri.  I moved 4 antminer s-1's from here to cex.io.  but I did leave 140gh in usb sticks.

 Since I bailed we made 5 blocks!

 While most people would curse their luck with these nice long shifts my payouts are still high!


Time   Ghps       Your Ghps   Your score



15:35             455,059          143             0.0315%

11:05             447,259          141             0.0317%

06:32             453,476          182             0.0403%

02:03             459,836          731             0.1591% ----------started the bailout

21:37             457,702          866             0.1894%

17:11             448,775          859             0.1916%

12:39             444,809          873             0.1963%

08:04             445,899          859             0.1928%

03:30             451,851          807             0.1788%

22:59             450,445          716             0.1591%


I will keep the usb sticks on bitminter and for the next 16-20 hours hope for good luck.






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March 15, 2014, 05:24:52 PM
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let us go boom boom boom.


 this is why a little pool is tempting.  With my 850GH I get about .04 so I just got .08 in under 10 minutes.

we are supposed to do 2.2 blocks or 2.1 blocks in a day.

  So A 5 block day is hard to do but is worth pretty good for me . 

Well, well, you seem to be our new lucky mascot..... can we send you to a taxidermist to get stuffed and mounted? Cheesy

you know I bailed on fri.  I moved 4 antminer s-1's from here to cex.io.  but I did leave 140gh in usb sticks.

 Since I bailed we made 5 blocks!  While most people would curse their luck with these nice long shifts my payouts are still high!

LOL, I stuck it out this time.  Glad I did. 
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March 15, 2014, 05:54:01 PM
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Hey from Germany!

Is it possible that you get an email with each new block?

That feature would be great  Smiley
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March 15, 2014, 06:13:40 PM
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I believe there's some apps support that with the API

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March 15, 2014, 06:23:48 PM
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Woohoo! I found a block!

BTW, anyone with a November Jupiter/Saturn should definitely install the 1.0 firmware: I went from 675 to 750 GH/s (and found a block apparently).
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March 15, 2014, 06:30:23 PM
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I believe there's some apps support that with the API

Can you tell me please an example?
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March 15, 2014, 08:27:56 PM
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Is there an additional payout for the person who finds the block?

Just started here about 2 weeks ago and slowly adding hardware.  Up to 62/Ghps now.

Thanks.
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