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Author Topic: [CLOSED] BTC Guild - Pays TxFees+NMC, Stratum, VarDiff, Private Servers  (Read 829280 times)
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February 18, 2014, 06:06:58 AM
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Is there a way to calulate what I might earn per day if I swiched to PPS vs all my workers currently bein on PPLNS ?

This is what my curren 24hr stats are: 0.03164792

Download the PPLNS payout spreadsheet, sum up 1 days worth of shares and multiply it by the PPS rate on the top right of the website.
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February 18, 2014, 07:03:06 AM
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Is there a way to calulate what I might earn per day if I swiched to PPS vs all my workers currently bein on PPLNS ?

This is what my curren 24hr stats are: 0.03164792
http://tradebtc.net/bitcalc.php gives you the average expected ... as long as you know the pool fees you are being charged

Edit: and obviously set "Pool Th/s:" to something like 5000

Edit2: i.e. same info but use PPS fees vs PPLNS fees

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February 18, 2014, 12:51:21 PM
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Another orphan for BTC Guild #286506 but at least it was not Ghash beating us ( or at least this is what block chain is showing)
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February 18, 2014, 01:54:09 PM
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Hi

Just to let you know some people are pretending to be BTCGuild support and are up for some nefarious stuff. I have
received an email clearly attempting to make me download some crap. Judging by the language it is Chinese people.

Code:
Od: "support@btcguild.com" <support@btcguild.com>
Za: zorankutuzovic <zorankutuzovic@net.hr>
Datum: 17.02.2014 21:08
Naslov: 3.201 bitcoin failed transfer

i try to call you many time.
Please correct your Butcoin Address soon,

Attachment: http://ge.tt/api/1/files/4X1oTKK1/0/blob?download

Not sure which one is more funny, the fact I am not miner at all or Butcoin Address  Cheesy

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This has been covered on the BTC Guild's home page under the news link upper left side of the page. Says the attachment is a virus.
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February 18, 2014, 02:33:39 PM
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Eleuthria Here is another stupid question from me. How does GHash get block #286521 4 seconds before we get the block before it? Maybe this is a Blockchain mistake or reporting problem?


286521 (Hauptkette)   2014-02-18 14:05:16   GHash.IO   
286520 (Hauptkette)   2014-02-18 14:05:20   BTC
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February 18, 2014, 03:35:51 PM
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My charts seem more chaotic since the update.
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February 18, 2014, 04:09:03 PM
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I'm suspicious because it is *exactly* what it would look like if somebody was engaged in selfish mining.
So other than Ghash owning up, what can be done if anything ?

Not a whole lot, other than what I've contemplated doing for months:  Dropping paid orphans and dropping the fee 1% to compensate.  It ends up being roughly the same, except it doesn't involve me having a random 24 hour period where I pay out $50,000 worth of BTC for blocks that were orphaned.


For now I can just keep watching to see if this pops up again.  It's suspicious, but the unfortunate thing is selfish mining is hard to detect with certainty, and 3 events in 24 hours, while highly unusual, is NOT enough evidence to base a reaction off of.

I would actually prefer a 1% pool fee and no paid orphans, and it would give the impression that BtcGuild lowered pool fees even if miners ended up receiving the exact same return.

I suspect that BtcGuild would gain a significant amount of hashrate by dropping fees to 1% and not paying out orphans.

I think many people perceive that BtcGuild is more expensive than it actually is because they are not aware of how orphans impact payouts.

He said "by" 1%, not "to" 1%.

Good point, I missed that. I guess it was wishful thinking on my part.  Smiley
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February 18, 2014, 06:50:49 PM
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Eleuthria Here is another stupid question from me. How does GHash get block #286521 4 seconds before we get the block before it? Maybe this is a Blockchain mistake or reporting problem?


286521 (Hauptkette)   2014-02-18 14:05:16   GHash.IO   
286520 (Hauptkette)   2014-02-18 14:05:20   BTC


Timestamps on blocks are not trustworthy.  The "Received Time" on blockchain.info is normally fairly good though.

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February 19, 2014, 08:44:21 PM
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Another AntMiner reporting in, having found a block:


( http://i.imgur.com/GE95dFg.jpg )

Is there any way to distinguish which block it actually was, supposedly happened today.
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February 19, 2014, 09:14:24 PM
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Another AntMiner reporting in, having found a block:


( http://i.imgur.com/GE95dFg.jpg )

Is there any way to distinguish which block it actually was, supposedly happened today.


Unless your miner is logging it, no.  BTC Guild doesn't associate the user with the specific block that was solved, just that the user solved a block.

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February 19, 2014, 09:15:38 PM
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Unless your miner is logging it, no.  BTC Guild doesn't associate the user with the specific block that was solved, just that the user solved a block.

I don't think that the miner does.

Figured so, thanks for the answer!
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February 20, 2014, 06:19:03 AM
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Hi
I have a technical qouestion....

CGMiner tells me an average of 115.9Gh/s.
My Dashboard says (after a counter-reset and about 5 minutes of wait) 108.6Gh/s.

Why is this difference?
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February 20, 2014, 09:27:31 AM
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Hi
I have a technical qouestion....

CGMiner tells me an average of 115.9Gh/s.
My Dashboard says (after a counter-reset and about 5 minutes of wait) 108.6Gh/s.

Why is this difference?

Your local miner is your raw speed.  It includes rejects and hardware errors.  The pool side is your effective speed.  BTC Guild only counts accepted shares (some pools include rejects) for measuring your speed.  You will *always* see a variance on any pool.  BTC Guild's average gets more accurate the longer you're running (up to 1 hour), but even at an hour of information your estimated speed will always be 5-10% above or below.  For ASICs, it will tend to be on the lower end of that range due to hardware errors, which normally account for 1-3% of the difference.

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February 22, 2014, 09:39:34 AM
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Why is BTCGuild now only updating about 1/4 of my accepted shares in the PPLNS Shift Statistics?
I have tested it a few times by waiting for the start of a new shift and resetting all worker summaries then watching the stats on the total shares increase as normal, but the PPLNS Shift stats lagging behind by at least 1/4 of what it should be. Total mining speed does fluctuate a little as to be expected, but the shift stats is what determines our payout so im not overly happy with what im seeing here.
Is anyone else seeing the same sort of difference?

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Ok, just figured it out, yesterday I tried to change one of my miners to PPS, but the website was having issues and it didn't let me change, or so I thought.
Even though after the website glitch the worker showed as PPLNS on the worker page, it must have been PPS the whole time, hence only seeing 1/4 at the PPLNS stats.
I just changed it to PPS and back again and its all showing good now. So I guess I haven't missed out on any shares at all, although I would have rathered having PPLNS for the whole lot as it generates more income, albeit with the combination of luck of course.
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February 22, 2014, 09:43:02 AM
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Hi
I have a technical qouestion....

CGMiner tells me an average of 115.9Gh/s.
My Dashboard says (after a counter-reset and about 5 minutes of wait) 108.6Gh/s.

Why is this difference?

Your local miner is your raw speed.  It includes rejects and hardware errors.  The pool side is your effective speed.  BTC Guild only counts accepted shares (some pools include rejects) for measuring your speed.  You will *always* see a variance on any pool.  BTC Guild's average gets more accurate the longer you're running (up to 1 hour), but even at an hour of information your estimated speed will always be 5-10% above or below.  For ASICs, it will tend to be on the lower end of that range due to hardware errors, which normally account for 1-3% of the difference.
Cgminer doesn't count hardware errors in the hash rate - though it does count rejects/stales.

Yes KFC does count hardware errors in their hash rate, but that isn't like that in the cgminer code.

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February 23, 2014, 07:43:14 PM
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ScryptGuild is now in beta, with public registration available.  You can now convert your coins to BTC through the website.  Automated conversion settings will be coming out later this week as well for those who simply want to change their coins over immediately.

https://www.scryptguild.com



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This is the 2nd to last post advertising ScryptGuild from me in this thread.  The next post specifically advertising it will be when it leaves "Beta" status.  Support questions and suggestions for ScryptGuild should be directed to IRC or Email, and not the BTC Guild forum thread.

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February 23, 2014, 11:09:45 PM
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YAY!!! SCRYPTGUILD IS UP!!! Is there a new forum thread for it?
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February 23, 2014, 11:36:20 PM
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YAY!!! SCRYPTGUILD IS UP!!! Is there a new forum thread for it?

Holding off on a separate forum post until automatic BTC conversion is available.

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February 23, 2014, 11:55:34 PM
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YAY!!! SCRYPTGUILD IS UP!!! Is there a new forum thread for it?

Holding off on a separate forum post until automatic BTC conversion is available.

Sounds good!  Super excited to be part of the beta testers with scryptguild.  BTCguild has been wicked good to me (even though I started off with Slush and he's pretty awesome too) but the pool reliability, management, and updates are outstanding.  I am hoping for the same Over The Top standards that I'm accustomed to on Scryptguild.  I'll stop spamming SG now, I'm just really happy to have a place to mine scrypt coins without having to switch back and forth manually...
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February 24, 2014, 12:52:56 AM
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Yeah I too am waiting on automatic btc conversion, then I'll use it full time.

I'm assuming you're going to convert it at block generation in one big lump then distribute? Then you only have to make 1 trade.

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