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February 05, 2014, 09:14:56 PM
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PPS rate is relevant for PPS users, though they are a minority audience these days.  It's useful for PPLNS users when eyeballing their paid rate on recent shifts to get a general idea on luck.  I may change the tooltip on the PPS rate to show the stats you're asking for though.

ScryptGuild is expected to launch *alpha* testing on Friday, at 5 PM PST.  There's a countdown timer at www.scryptguild.com .  When it launches, the front page will include a rough timeline of what features will be added during the different phases of testing.  During alpha, it will be 0% fee.  During beta, the new features will be 0% fee, and the "known stable" features will be 2% PPLNS.
My apologies, I didn't know anyone was still using PPS.  For some reason I thought you had discontinued that as an option.  I did know that it was used as a basis for luck, but since I can't do anything about that I largely ignore it. Smiley

Off to check out scryptguild.com!  Thanks!
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February 05, 2014, 09:17:40 PM
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Hello,

Quick question.

It looks like one of my miners solved a block recently.  I was wondering if there was a way to determine which one it was?

Thanks!
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February 05, 2014, 09:32:30 PM
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Unrelated, less technical question: several people have requested features that are just not feasible at pool level for many reasons that you have already explained (hashrate drop notifications, for example). However these features seem not that complicated to implement for third parties or miners themselves, by running a watcher monitoring workers through the API. Are you aware of already existing OSS code or services (free/tips-based or commercial)? Would it stress the API too much if many miners started doing so? If not, maybe I'll feel like writing some basic code tonight...

There is a service somebody was starting where you could enter your pool API key and they would send you notices if your hash rate dropped below a defined amount.  I can not recall it at this time.


Bitcoinium has that option..

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February 05, 2014, 10:22:59 PM
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Hello,

Quick question.

It looks like one of my miners solved a block recently.  I was wondering if there was a way to determine which one it was?

Thanks!
-alan

At this time, the specific block a user solved is not recorded.  This is something that is on the list of modifications to the BTC Guild stratum backend, and will likely be added after I have a chance to evaluate the changes that are being made for ScryptGuild.  As stated before, ScryptGuild is giving me a good way to test new modifications to the backend software for additional statistics tracking.

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February 05, 2014, 11:12:04 PM
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hey eleuthria, haven't been here in a bit....read up as much as I could find so far on Scryptguild.....really excited about it.....any thread link or more info anywhere other than this thread?

Will it have option for auto switch to the more profitable coin? or will that be a manual function for the end users?

thanks.
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February 06, 2014, 12:33:16 AM
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hey eleuthria, haven't been here in a bit....read up as much as I could find so far on Scryptguild.....really excited about it.....any thread link or more info anywhere other than this thread?

Will it have option for auto switch to the more profitable coin? or will that be a manual function for the end users?

thanks.
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Working on the website most of today.  The expected launch is Friday for *alpha* phase.  You can see a screenshot of the current template, plus a timeline for the phases of alpha/beta here:  http://i.imgur.com/1wQKmFw.png

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February 06, 2014, 04:39:46 AM
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Are you going to start a new thread for ScriptGuild? If yes, please link it here so we can follow, keeping this one on topic. Thanks!
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February 06, 2014, 04:49:37 AM
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On the home screen where the account balances are for BTC and NMC, would it be possible to add an "Expected Per Block" field ?

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February 06, 2014, 05:02:39 AM
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hey eleuthria, haven't been here in a bit....read up as much as I could find so far on Scryptguild.....really excited about it.....any thread link or more info anywhere other than this thread?

Will it have option for auto switch to the more profitable coin? or will that be a manual function for the end users?

thanks.
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Working on the website most of today.  The expected launch is Friday for *alpha* phase.  You can see a screenshot of the current template, plus a timeline for the phases of alpha/beta here:  http://i.imgur.com/1wQKmFw.png
man, I don't know how you do it....looking good, keep it up @el
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February 06, 2014, 05:24:51 AM
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Are you going to start a new thread for ScriptGuild? If yes, please link it here so we can follow, keeping this one on topic. Thanks!

Once it's launched beyond alpha, it will split into its own thread.  I understand the desire to keep the BTC Guild thread focused on BTC Guild alone, but I also know that there's a large audience of miners that moved off BTC Guild into Scrypt coins for their GPUs, and still use BTC Guild for their ASICs.  Once the pool is launched properly, there will be a separate thread in the Alternate Cryptocurrncies forum specifically for ScryptGuild support (and any requests for ScryptGuild support in this thread will not be answered, and instead deleted and a message sent asking for it to be posted in the proper thread).


On the home screen where the account balances are for BTC and NMC, would it be possible to add an "Expected Per Block" field ?

I'm not a fan of showing expected amounts, since it's very frequently taken out of context or taken as an absolute fact rather than what it is:  an estimate based on current performance.


man, I don't know how you do it....looking good, keep it up @el

Thanks.  It's been fun getting back into the design side of things.  It's always a blast laying foundation work and building up something new, rather than mostly focusing on maintenance.

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February 06, 2014, 06:02:50 AM
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On the home screen where the account balances are for BTC and NMC, would it be possible to add an "Expected Per Block" field ?

I'm not a fan of showing expected amounts, since it's very frequently taken out of context or taken as an absolute fact rather than what it is:  an estimate based on current performance.
Well, if people wana be complete ass hats and not grasp the meaning of an estimate then that's on them but I for one would like to and understand what it would mean.

Edit: Maybe add the feature but make i to where it's only enabled by you for people requesting this info.

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February 06, 2014, 05:52:26 PM
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Working on the website most of today.  The expected launch is Friday for *alpha* phase.  You can see a screenshot of the current template, plus a timeline for the phases of alpha/beta here:  http://i.imgur.com/1wQKmFw.png

like everybody else said: WOW !!!


Will there be the option to not exchanging and just paying out the coins in its currency?
 

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February 06, 2014, 06:07:25 PM
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Working on the website most of today.  The expected launch is Friday for *alpha* phase.  You can see a screenshot of the current template, plus a timeline for the phases of alpha/beta here:  http://i.imgur.com/1wQKmFw.png

like everybody else said: WOW !!!


Will there be the option to not exchanging and just paying out the coins in its currency?
 

Yes.  During most of the testing phase this is how it will work.  Once auto exchanging is added, it will be opt-in, not default.

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February 07, 2014, 04:28:04 AM
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Holy shit LMAO !

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February 07, 2014, 07:52:56 AM
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In addition to he above which is still a big wow for me right now, how long does it usually take a freshly added miner to even out the 24hr avg earnings ?

Had some off and on issues with an avalon during setup but it's been goin steady now for 5hrs and change as well as four full shifts and I think three to four blocks.

I know it won happen in a matter of minutes or even a few hrs, but I am curious how long it usually takes the 14hr average to settle down.

So far I've seen it do this... no worries or anythin, just woulda figured it would have continued to go up, I know there's a lot of factors that go into earings but all the calcs I've looked at said my 24hr / daily earnings should be around 0.02 - 0.04.

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February 07, 2014, 02:00:26 PM
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Is the timer for scryptguild incorrect or did you add another day to your timeline?

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February 07, 2014, 04:46:54 PM
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Is the timer for scryptguild incorrect or did you add another day to your timeline?

There was an extra day added.  I'm doing some pre-alpha testing via IRC (#scryptguild) to iron out a few of the kinks before doing a public alpha.


In addition to he above which is still a big wow for me right now, how long does it usually take a freshly added miner to even out the 24hr avg earnings ?

32 hours, since your 24-hour earnings doesn't include the 10 open shifts (which is ~8 hours).

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February 07, 2014, 04:49:17 PM
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Is the timer for scryptguild incorrect or did you add another day to your timeline?

There was an extra day added.  I'm doing some pre-alpha testing via IRC (#scryptguild) to iron out a few of the kinks before doing a public alpha.


In addition to he above which is still a big wow for me right now, how long does it usually take a freshly added miner to even out the 24hr avg earnings ?

32 hours, since your 24-hour earnings doesn't include the 10 open shifts (which is ~8 hours).
So sometime tomorrow after 12pm since that would put it around the 36hr mark, cool.

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February 07, 2014, 08:13:34 PM
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When I started mining here in late October I was getting .5 BTC daily. I thought the network and diff grows to a certain rate, right? I never remember getting .3 .4 ever, it just dived to .1 and stayed there. It basically jumped from .5 to .1 pretty much skipping all the numbers in between. Where did those .3's and .4's go? I would have loved to see them.

Who has time to pay attention? I'm a working man and put in my 16 hour days and come home too tired to think about luck or the difficulty. Smiley

Unfortunately, there's a significant amount of work a miner needs to do and understanding a miner needs to have if he or she wants to understand average daily earnings rather than average earnings between retargets - especially if they have a 22Thps investment.

Your best bet is to average your earnings over a retarget and compare that to previous retargets. Either way, you need to be able to work out your estimated daily earnings so you have something to which you can compare your actual results.

Daily: hashrate*86400/2^32/Difficulty*Reward per block

At 22 Thps Ghps, this is:

22e12/2^32/ 2193847870.1743*86400*25 = 5.043245 coins per day

So if you have 22Thps and you're only earning 0.1 coins per day, something is badly wrong somewhere.


For my own curiosity, assuming he mah is right and I don't know if it is. How would such  problem be diagnosed.

Edit: Also he said when he started he was getting 0.5 so by your math something was wrong when h came in.

If I had to guess, I'd say his hashrate is more like 440 Ghps. That's more likely than anything else (not noticing a hashrate 50 times lower than it should be, for example).


No, my average hash rate has been around 550Gh/sec. Last night I was at .13 24 hour return and this morning I'm down to .08. Did the diff jump last night or someone add some monster hashing power to the network? Pretty soon my Jupiter will be a doorstep. Who wants to buy it?

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February 07, 2014, 08:21:13 PM
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No, my average hash rate has been around 550Gh/sec. Last night I was at .13 24 hour return and this morning I'm down to .08. Did the diff jump last night or someone add some monster hashing power to the network? Pretty soon my Jupiter will be a doorstep. Who wants to buy it?


This question really shouldn't need to be asked every week.  There's a giant *graphical* representation of pool luck which clearly shows a massive deep in the last 24 hours.  It's also spelled out directly under the chart showing you the 24-hour luck.  That % is directly related to how much your earnings will fluctuate.

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