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August 30, 2014, 04:14:32 AM
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thank you bit minter for giving me another addiction.    Grin

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Doc I am getting an Asicminer Tube tomorrow.  Any thoughts on getting it to work on Bitminter if I don't have a ras pi or Linux machine?

Same as any pool but connect to stratum+tcp://mint.bitminter.com:3333

I hope those don't need a proxy, like older ASICminer machines.


apparently it does as they botched the firmware and it (AM tube) will only connect to ghash as they are returning bad data appended and gnash ignore's.
bfgminer was supposed to work, but some are having problems with that as well.

yeah I am on the beast ghash until someone adjusts for this. hint

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August 30, 2014, 04:54:45 AM
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I just allow a little more power as in amps  6a 5v will do most all usb 2.0 10 port hubs, usb 3.0 12v hubs may or may not work all the time depending on brand, usb asics use usb 2.0 and 1.0 signaling protocol.

End the issue, get a eyeboot 49 port hub from klintay.

hi guys, just letting you all know, ive just got the orico 10 port usb2 hub, its working great, got 10 ant miners u1 plugged in , now waiting on another to further boost my ghs cost US$30

however, after 1 hour, the ten are not stable,

now running with 1x bitfury twin and 5 antminer u1, this will not hold the full 10 ports, (even though it is under the total watts that the power suppply can do)

power supply that came supplied, is a 12v 3 a / 36 watt

each antminer uses 2.5 watt max


can anyone suggest a better powered usb hub prefer more ports than fewer due to power points/plug



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August 30, 2014, 12:17:13 PM
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I just allow a little more power as in amps  6a 5v will do most all usb 2.0 10 port hubs, usb 3.0 12v hubs may or may not work all the time depending on brand, usb asics use usb 2.0 and 1.0 signaling protocol.

End the issue, get a eyeboot 49 port hub from klintay.

hi guys, just letting you all know, ive just got the orico 10 port usb2 hub, its working great, got 10 ant miners u1 plugged in , now waiting on another to further boost my ghs cost US$30


doesnt the eyeboot need a seperate power supply, or are they "self powered" by a simple wall plug
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August 30, 2014, 01:36:07 PM
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I just allow a little more power as in amps  6a 5v will do most all usb 2.0 10 port hubs, usb 3.0 12v hubs may or may not work all the time depending on brand, usb asics use usb 2.0 and 1.0 signaling protocol.

End the issue, get a eyeboot 49 port hub from klintay.

hi guys, just letting you all know, ive just got the orico 10 port usb2 hub, its working great, got 10 ant miners u1 plugged in , now waiting on another to further boost my ghs cost US$30


doesnt the eyeboot need a seperate power supply, or are they "self powered" by a simple wall plug




 they need a psu.  let me find a link

49 port

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=528371

19 port

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=418087


I have 2x 19 port really well made gear.  they just plug into the wall.

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August 30, 2014, 05:26:16 PM
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That koi guy removed almost all of his hashing power  Undecided
He was always 1st now he is 2nd
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August 30, 2014, 07:07:04 PM
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That koi guy removed almost all of his hashing power  Undecided
He was always 1st now he is 2nd

From over 200 TH to 15
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August 30, 2014, 07:37:41 PM
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That koi guy removed almost all of his hashing power  Undecided
He was always 1st now he is 2nd

From over 200 TH to 15

Yep.

Where are people moving to? Btcguild?  

Just 1002 Th power right now
Fixed: 996  Undecided
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August 30, 2014, 07:58:10 PM
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That koi guy removed almost all of his hashing power  Undecided
He was always 1st now he is 2nd

From over 200 TH to 15

Yep.

Where are people moving to? Btcguild?  

Just 1002 Th power right now
Fixed: 996  Undecided

Dunno but it sucks
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August 30, 2014, 08:15:15 PM
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Can you login ?

I click on Google for account verification like always and doesn't work

OK finally I could Wink
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August 30, 2014, 09:07:22 PM
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I've been on Bitminter since November of 2013

I remember when the pool hit 200 TH. In January it got to 350th/s, and server crashed for half a day.
By the time it came back online, almost half of the people moved to other pools. So it was 200th/s again.

Soon it ballooned to 400, then quickly to 600, and 1,000 TH. Just recently the pool had 1,600 TH/s processing power.

3 weeks ago the string of bad luck happened, followed by some very long chains. I was thinking: one more 99-percenter, got to be followed
by few 10-15% chains, right? But it did not happen.

In August I've made 55% of BTCs I should have made by mining on Bitminter. A half.

Difficulty keeps climbing. We had one stale chain that cost us a day. Pool is at 1k. We have lost 37% of the processing power (from 1.6k we had)

I like Bitminter but I think this pool is in trouble.



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August 30, 2014, 10:45:11 PM
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As a test, someone with ..say 4 or 6 TH SPLIT IT IN HALVES.

When stable running separate workers, shut em down.

Run one half set on a pool of your choice, the other worker here.

Run for two weeks, count the bitcoins and lets see what is up.

Removing all the variables, just the two pools in competition.

I really doubt there will be much diff...

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I've been on Bitminter since November of 2013

I remember when the pool hit 200 TH. In January it got to 350th/s, and server crashed for half a day.
By the time it came back online, almost half of the people moved to other pools. So it was 200th/s again.

Soon it ballooned to 400, then quickly to 600, and 1,000 TH. Just recently the pool had 1,600 TH/s processing power.

3 weeks ago the string of bad luck happened, followed by some very long chains. I was thinking: one more 99-percenter, got to be followed
by few 10-15% chains, right? But it did not happen.

In August I've made 55% of BTCs I should have made by mining on Bitminter. A half.

Difficulty keeps climbing. We had one stale chain that cost us a day. Pool is at 1k. We have lost 37% of the processing power (from 1.6k we had)

I like Bitminter but I think this pool is in trouble.





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August 30, 2014, 11:08:13 PM
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I have done just that. For the past 10 days or so I run 8TH here and 8TH elsewhere.

Look at this:

http://home.comcast.net/~bacanj/btc/BAD.jpg

There is another pool out there with ~12,000TH that solves a chain every hour or so, on average. The payout is less, but it is distributed.
For them a bad chain is 3 hours long.

Right now on Bitminter and with current difficulty to computing power ratio easy chains, let's say 15-20 hrs, are awesome.

However, 84 hours to solve ONE chain? Or 77 & 74 hour chains one after the other? You don't make enough to cover electricity costs.

Bitminter becomes kind of a lottery now. Easy chain: you make a killing, anything more it turns into disaster.
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August 30, 2014, 11:51:43 PM
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you also have to account for Difficulty every 12 days. That's the real killer 2 three
day blocks and many people will never make any money on there miners.
 I had to move to slush and BTC Guild.
 Even if I wanted to come back it would take 140 hours to get shifts filled.
Changes need to be made SOON.   
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August 31, 2014, 12:06:02 AM
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Also the 3% fee is 33% higher than other pools with the same perks.
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August 31, 2014, 02:30:05 AM
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That koi guy removed almost all of his hashing power  Undecided
He was always 1st now he is 2nd

I've noticed that too.  His numbers have been dropping over the last couple weeks.  Last checked he was at 6th and dropping.
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August 31, 2014, 08:13:53 AM
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Even if I wanted to come back it would take 140 hours to get shifts filled. 

Why do you need the shifts filled? Each proof of work in a shift is paid the same amount. The pay per proof of work is not affected by how much you mine in a shift or how many shifts you mine. All work is paid the same fair way. It's easy to get tricked by the payout per block to think you get bad pay until you mined 10 shifts. But this is incorrect.

That said, I am thinking of reducing the length of each shift.

The problem is that there are two psychological issues with shift lengths. The one above is what you get with long shifts. With short shifts you increase the chance of a shift with zero pay. Seeing a shift with zero pay triggers some very strong reactions with some people - even to the extent of claiming they got ripped off and leaving the pool. In reality it's just a little more variance. High paying and zero paying shifts even each other out just the same way shifts with high payouts and tiny payouts do.

Then there are the real issues of shift length: how long does it take from I do some work until I get paid, and how is the short-term variance affected? But in reality I think the two perceived issues above are more important than these two real issues. If people perceive them to be important and real problems, then that's what they become.

We have to strike a balance between long and short shifts. Currently the work in 10 shifts equal 4x difficulty. Should we go to 2x diff or 1x diff?

Also the 3% fee is 33% higher than other pools with the same perks.

Cheaper perks are coming soon.

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August 31, 2014, 03:04:59 PM
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But when u have 0 shifts you don't receive the same amount of bitcoins than when you have 10 shifts.  Every shift I had I was receiving more money till I had all of them.

Or that's what it looked like
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August 31, 2014, 05:30:06 PM
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Dear Doc

Nothing is wrong with the pool.
the time to change the rules is when we at 0.45 (organofcorti s blog) luck index.
Yes its true: We can dive to 3.9 at the very same index.

But this is basic knowledge and no reason to change.

Dont get nervous.

joerg

PS anybody interested in a 570GH KNC Jupiter october batch in the EU for 1.5 BTC ?
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August 31, 2014, 05:47:54 PM
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Dear Doc

Nothing is wrong with the pool.
the time to change the rules is when we at 0.45 (organofcorti s blog) luck index.
Yes its true: We can dive to 3.9 at the very same index.

But this is basic knowledge and no reason to change.

Dont get nervous.

joerg

PS anybody interested in a 570GH KNC Jupiter october batch in the EU for 1.5 BTC ?
Hate to tell you, but if you had it in your hand right now it's not worth 1.5btc due to difficulty. Thats why pre-orders are "evil".
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August 31, 2014, 06:15:37 PM
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what do you think its worth? I sell it for 1.2 BTC or probably its the best to heat my living room with it.
better suggestions welcome.
difficulty will soon go up
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