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July 13, 2011, 10:12:21 PM
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are these owner good enough?


I think few owner are hidden blocks, which meaning for example, find 5 blocks perhaps only distribute 3 blocks.

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July 13, 2011, 10:31:55 PM
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One can examine pool luck, the expected rate of return over the long term, and see that earnings are what are expected. Fabricating extra shares or extra ghash by a pool owner or not reporting some solves would be possible only in the 1% range, or those who keep track of their submissions would see they aren't getting back what their hashrate would dictate.

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July 13, 2011, 10:34:42 PM
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There are many "Dark" Pools around

For example, the user "Vladimer" on this forum owns 400GH/sec of power.

Alone this would make him in the top 10 pools, and he would get a goof share of any generated blocks.

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July 13, 2011, 11:49:13 PM
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There are many "Dark" Pools around

For example, the user "Vladimer" on this forum owns 400GH/sec of power.

Alone this would make him in the top 10 pools, and he would get a goof share of any generated blocks.

I think the OP means "Are pool admins trustworthy? I suspect there may be some pool owners who are not reporting all the block solves of their pool, and are keeping the unreported profit for themselves."

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July 14, 2011, 01:09:59 AM
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There are many "Dark" Pools around

For example, the user "Vladimer" on this forum owns 400GH/sec of power.

Alone this would make him in the top 10 pools, and he would get a goof share of any generated blocks.

I think the OP means "Are pool admins trustworthy? I suspect there may be some pool owners who are not reporting all the block solves of their pool, and are keeping the unreported profit for themselves."

Most pools, including ours, post all of the blocks found...

If pools were to keep blocks for themselves then the average on their site would increase.

People with big pools might get away with it, but for the small pools it would be too obvious.

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