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Question: How should Eligius reward miners?
Pay Per Last N Shares; N=Diff*2 - 27 (26.2%)
Equalized Shared Maximum Pay Per Share - 23 (22.3%)
Proportional / Pay Per Share (this is NOT straight Prop or PPS) - 30 (29.1%)
Capped Pay Per Share with Backpay - 13 (12.6%)
Capped Pay Per Share with Equalized Backpay - 10 (9.7%)
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Author Topic: Eligius: Reward method POLL: 2011 August  (Read 5718 times)
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August 03, 2011, 08:56:32 PM

PPLLNS might still be quite hoppable on difficulty borders, as the last [difficulty] shares are still quite long in the pool of last shares (it might however be ok, since they should be worth more anyways) - I'd suggest having PPLNS with share scoring as suggested by Meni:

  • N = the multiplier to global_difficulty (for example 2 or Cool
  • Record global difficulty for each share.
  • Each share gets a score of 1/global_difficulty
  • On payouts: Pay the most recent shares whose sum of scores <= N relative to their normalized score (so if N = 5 and the score is 1/10 --> 1/50th of a block payout, meaning currently 1 BTC) <-- leveraged trading of BTCUSD, LTCUSD and LTCBTC (long and short) - 10% discount on fees for the first 30 days with this refcode: x5K9YtL3Zb
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