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February 25, 2014, 05:53:11 PM
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it was funny to see.. big smile.. but gone after refresh   Undecided

easy come easy go..

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February 25, 2014, 06:05:26 PM
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I'm running 560 Gh/s and only getting .04 BTC / day. Man, I miss a couple months ago. And people said I could run this miner for several more months. I doubt that.



Something is definitely wrong. You should be getting .09 btc/day with 560 gh/s.

.07 means definitely wrong? I don't get it.



75% luck or 0.75x0.09=0.0675, your image shows 0.74.  I've seen you complain about this well over 4 times in this thread.  I don't mean to ridicule you but you really need to spend some time reading about how basic statistics and read through the last 20 pages where E clearly explains the stats.

On those days we had 120% luck you would have made 1.2x(your expected rate).  If that is not the case simply look at your charts and confirm that your miner is indeed consistently putting out 560GH/s.  This is not difficult math (for that your can read organofcorti's posts and make your head itch).

Don't worry, I don't get offended and I don't mind to offend others. If someone gets offended because of what someone says they have issues. There really isn't anything to troubleshoot. I'll go along with luck and variance on most cases. I can confirm my little miner running smoothly at home, hasn't budged from 560Gh/s for many weeks now according to CGminer. Where it does change is at the guild pool.  CGminer says 560Gh/s and the guild says today 580Gh/s. I did read a post about how/why that happens, just have to go back and look for it. It was well spelled out. Time for some overclocking a little.

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February 25, 2014, 07:42:54 PM
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Don't worry, I don't get offended and I don't mind to offend others. If someone gets offended because of what someone says they have issues. There really isn't anything to troubleshoot. I'll go along with luck and variance on most cases. I can confirm my little miner running smoothly at home, hasn't budged from 560Gh/s for many weeks now according to CGminer. Where it does change is at the guild pool.  CGminer says 560Gh/s and the guild says today 580Gh/s. I did read a post about how/why that happens, just have to go back and look for it. It was well spelled out. Time for some overclocking a little.


Pools estimate speed based on share submission rates.  Just like the pool has variance in solving blocks, your miner has variance in solving shares.  While the two numbers should be fairly close, you will generally see 5-10% swings up or down on the pool dashboard.  If you look at the Charts page, you can see these fluctuations in your estimated speed based on share submissions.  You'll notice the 1-week chart is a much steadier line, since this uses 4-hour averages instead of 1-hour averages.

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February 25, 2014, 11:04:31 PM
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Garble-dee gook about hash rates and payouts not being what the estimate calculators estimate.


Let's spell it out.  I know it takes a little time to understand but:

V. A. R. I. A. N. C. E.

For example, you're driving to work.  You don't drive 50 MPH the whole way there.  You have to speed up and slow down based on where you travel.  Maybe get stuck behind a slow driver.  You have to start and stop and you don't go from zero to 60 in nanoseconds.  This is the same thing with bitcoin mining.  You don't mine at a constant rate. Sometimes you mine at a lower rate based on hardware errors, luck of shares, bandwidth, and latency.  That's the slow driver you're following.  You might get above your estimated hash rate, that's passing a slow ass driver.   All this averages out to your "hash rate" as estimated via the pool.  When your daily return lessens, it's because work got farther away and it takes longer to drive there.  That's the difficulty going up.  So, to sum it up...

Sometimes you drive fast, sometimes you drive slow or get caught in a school zone, but no matter what, it takes longer every day to get to work.
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February 26, 2014, 01:34:22 AM
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Everyone who wants to mine should be forced to play online poker first...

opentoe go ten table 25hrs a week for 12 months.  Then you will have no problem understanding variance!


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February 26, 2014, 01:56:44 AM
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Everyone who wants to mine should be forced to play online poker first...

opentoe go ten table 25hrs a week for 12 months.  Then you will have no problem understanding variance!

Truer words...
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February 26, 2014, 02:03:31 AM
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Quite true.
We had been on a great run of luck too lately.  It was nice getting those quick payouts.
Still nice to get steady ones too that we usually get.

Everyone who wants to mine should be forced to play online poker first...

opentoe go ten table 25hrs a week for 12 months.  Then you will have no problem understanding variance!



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February 26, 2014, 04:58:44 PM
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Any updates on available mining hardware?
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February 26, 2014, 05:11:36 PM
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Any updates on available mining hardware?

Not yet.  I personally prefer dealing with ASICMINER because they're professional when it comes to how to handle a distribution channel, whereas the majority of other ASIC manufacturers are competing with their own resellers (if they even have resellers).  But so far I have not received any word on ASICMINER's next gen chips.

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February 26, 2014, 05:41:46 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.

Update:

A fellow board member (kano) seems to have solved this by doing some maths on the block hash (and my share) here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330665.msg5292279#msg5292279

So it seems that the block was #286662 (as in https://blockchain.info/block-index/468907/0000000000000000b68bf585f10b1436ff7e6471e2e40d040f94eadc526f16c5).



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February 27, 2014, 01:20:53 AM
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Any updates on available mining hardware?

Not yet.  I personally prefer dealing with ASICMINER because they're professional when it comes to how to handle a distribution channel, whereas the majority of other ASIC manufacturers are competing with their own resellers (if they even have resellers).  But so far I have not received any word on ASICMINER's next gen chips.

I vowed never to buy anything from ASICMINER after their USB Pokemon miner episode. .......well, that was then and they are professional..........nevermind.
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February 27, 2014, 01:27:40 AM
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LOL
Oh dam you are killing me.
I was hoping BTCGuild would get some mining hardware back on there for sale soon. 
Hopefully it will be something I can afford too. Smiley

Any updates on available mining hardware?

Not yet.  I personally prefer dealing with ASICMINER because they're professional when it comes to how to handle a distribution channel, whereas the majority of other ASIC manufacturers are competing with their own resellers (if they even have resellers).  But so far I have not received any word on ASICMINER's next gen chips.

I vowed never to buy anything from ASICMINER after their USB Pokemon miner episode. .......well, that was then and they are professional..........nevermind.

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February 27, 2014, 02:39:52 AM
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Any updates on available mining hardware?

Not yet.  I personally prefer dealing with ASICMINER because they're professional when it comes to how to handle a distribution channel, whereas the majority of other ASIC manufacturers are competing with their own resellers (if they even have resellers).  But so far I have not received any word on ASICMINER's next gen chips.

So is ASICMINER a one-hit wonder?  Sad

I've been using Bitmain Antminer for a while now.  Soon they will be on eBay and I will be itching for next gen hardware.

And props to Scryptguild.  I love it!  Can't wait until auto-BTC conversion is implemented.

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February 27, 2014, 02:56:11 AM
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I vowed never to buy anything from ASICMINER after their USB Pokemon miner episode. .......well, that was then and they are professional..........nevermind.

Someone is just mad they failed to Catch 'Em All!



And props to Scryptguild.  I love it!  Can't wait until auto-BTC conversion is implemented.

Thanks.  Some fun news should be posted tonight or tomorrow.  The last 24 hours have seen some profit algorithm improvements that put ScryptGuild, and a big boost to efficiency is expected next (preventing double-switching, without giving up the instantaneous profit switching).  I've already observed clear evidence in the logs showing that one of the changes last night has put ScryptGuild in the lead when it comes to the time of switching.  We're almost always the first to nab the newest profitable block before any other pools join the party because they're doing something wrong Smiley.

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February 27, 2014, 03:42:22 AM
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I vowed never to buy anything from ASICMINER after their USB Pokemon miner episode. .......well, that was then and they are professional..........nevermind.

Someone is just mad they failed to Catch 'Em All!

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The more you caught, the more BTC you lost mining them unless you resold them and ripped someone else off Tongue

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February 27, 2014, 04:13:40 AM
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why not add more coisn liek cex.io ?

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February 27, 2014, 04:59:26 AM
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why not add more coisn liek cex.io ?

DVC and IXC are worthless junk that would just clutter up the database for a fraction of a percent.  I'm not convinced that the gains (less than 0.1%) would make up for the extra bandwidth and  slight increase in LP times as a result of that bandwidth/processing time.

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February 27, 2014, 05:13:59 AM
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There really are not many SHA coins of worth to add merged mining are there.
I had been looking recently just to see if it would be worth pointing my old 33 mhz'z towards another coin before I sell them and it seemed a wasteland while there were plenty of scrypt coins that you could make some profit with on older GPU's.
That's really too bad as there is a ton of older mining gear that people could put to use if there were.
I just keep it all pointed at BTCGuild, nothing else makes sense.


why not add more coisn liek cex.io ?

DVC and IXC are worthless junk that would just clutter up the database for a fraction of a percent.  I'm not convinced that the gains (less than 0.1%) would make up for the extra bandwidth and  slight increase in LP times as a result of that bandwidth/processing time.

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February 27, 2014, 12:30:33 PM
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So when can we expect to see the 49 hub USB being sold with the dualminer sticks?  I'd buy a bunch of those for scryptguild mining...
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February 27, 2014, 04:53:05 PM
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Just wanted to drop in and say HI, this is my first 24 hours in the pool, and am really happy I finally bailed on Slush, I started there back in 2011 and its been a horrible place to be the last year.

I am only a hobby miner, but still a nice pool that has let me earn twice what I did at Slush's pool in 1/3rd the time.

Heres to hopefully many profitable times to come.
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