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December 18, 2018, 01:02:57 PM
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Hi,

I just have a strange experiance and have no idea what happend.

I run a Bitcoin full node, nothing special. Sometimes I try some lucky BTC mining with the adress there but of course no suceed.

Yesterday I received about 89000 sat as a "mining transaction". It does not come up in TX list, only on main screen?

Anyone idea what this is. Does full node also get part of TX fees now?

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December 18, 2018, 01:07:04 PM
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You only get rewarded for your work when you "find" a block.

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December 18, 2018, 01:12:58 PM
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Does full node also get part of TX fees now?
You only get rewarded for your work when you "find" a block.
So whats that?


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December 18, 2018, 01:14:19 PM
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Can you post the Bitcoin address where you received the 89000 satoshis?

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December 18, 2018, 01:14:25 PM
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Does full node also get part of TX fees now?
You only get rewarded for your work when you "find" a block.
So whats that?




That's probably just somebody who funded the address you labeled as "mining". It's just a label. If you would have labelled the mining reward address as "funds from satoshi", it would have shown that label instead after somebody sent you some satoshi's...

Go to the debug console and execute "listunspent".... It should probably be visible in the gui to, but i haven't used the gui in a while so i don't know the exact path...

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December 18, 2018, 01:19:38 PM
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Could possible be.
Perhaps I made an error at lucky pool setup.

Thats result:

"txid": "b462635eea82b6c93a3b768f348cda70d220e4f85298e60bcbe905f5ff0f4eb3",
    "vout": 106,
    "address": "39hpjGK9g7UZDDAAd368fET2SBEEZvkeYH",
    "account": "Mining",
    "redeemScript": "00141ed48789b8aa52c3daeda47af4135d7dfa67dea7",
    "scriptPubKey": "a91457e813db3ab783698223b0173189cb29843ed91087",
    "amount": 0.00089969,
    "confirmations": 962,
    "spendable": true,
    "solvable": true,
    "safe": true


But why the core know that mining is mining ?!

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December 18, 2018, 01:24:27 PM
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Could possible be.
Perhaps I made an error at lucky pool setup.

Thats result:

"txid": "b462635eea82b6c93a3b768f348cda70d220e4f85298e60bcbe905f5ff0f4eb3",
    "vout": 106,
    "address": "39hpjGK9g7UZDDAAd368fET2SBEEZvkeYH",
    "account": "Mining",
    "redeemScript": "00141ed48789b8aa52c3daeda47af4135d7dfa67dea7",
    "scriptPubKey": "a91457e813db3ab783698223b0173189cb29843ed91087",
    "amount": 0.00089969,
    "confirmations": 962,
    "spendable": true,
    "solvable": true,
    "safe": true


But why the core know that mining is mining ?!

It's just a label... Somebody funded an address generated by your wallet (39hpjGK9g7UZDDAAd368fET2SBEEZvkeYH) with output 106 of transaction b462635eea82b6c93a3b768f348cda70d220e4f85298e60bcbe905f5ff0f4eb3 about 962 blocks ago.

Your wallet parsed the block that included this transaction, found an unspent output funding one of the addresses it was monitoring, looked in his database, and found that you attached a label called "mining" to address "39hpjGK9g7UZDDAAd368fET2SBEEZvkeYH". There's nothing more to it Smiley

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December 18, 2018, 02:55:40 PM
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This is indeed the coinbase transaction of a freshly mined block, as indicated by pickaxe icon and the fact that that transaction has no inputs. It has many outputs, each (presumably) corresponding to each of the miners in the pool who submitted valid shares. You were one of those miners, and this transaction is your payment. It can take a while for a pool to find a block, which is why your payment may have been delayed. There is nothing else unusual about it.

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December 18, 2018, 05:04:21 PM
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Foxpup is right... I gave a bad explanation of the events... It has been a while since i last used the qt wallet so i didn't recognize the icon next to the tranqaction. To make things wose i didn't make the effort to look up the tx on an explorer... Sorry for the confusion op!

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December 18, 2018, 10:46:56 PM
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I run a Bitcoin full node, nothing special. Sometimes I try some lucky BTC mining with the adress there but of course no suceed.


I'm still intrigued.

So do you leave your server running at full GPU/CPU load hoping to get a block? But since you're not solo mining and you're working with a pool, I don't get what you mean by "lucky BTC mining". What pool is it btw? ckpool.org, just checked the tx.

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December 19, 2018, 02:44:50 PM
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I run a Bitcoin full node, nothing special. Sometimes I try some lucky BTC mining with the adress there but of course no suceed.


I'm still intrigued.

So do you leave your server running at full GPU/CPU load hoping to get a block? But since you're not solo mining and you're working with a pool, I don't get what you mean by "lucky BTC mining". What pool is it btw? ckpool.org, just checked the tx.
I get some Hash rate lets say 28 Th/s for 96 hours from miningrigrentals. Then I put in on solo.ckpool.org. When the share you find gets a block , you get the somehow 12 BTC (some less I think) Thats better chance per price then playing lottery.....

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December 19, 2018, 03:58:12 PM
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I get some Hash rate lets say 28 Th/s for 96 hours from miningrigrentals. Then I put in on solo.ckpool.org. When the share you find gets a block , you get the somehow 12 BTC (some less I think) Thats better chance per price then playing lottery.....

That's probably the smartest gambling strategy I've ever heard of Smiley I'd merit you but I'm broke. Good luck to you, hope you land into that lucky block.
I assume the pic you shared of 0.0008 btc was because you messed up once and weren't on the solo pool.

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December 20, 2018, 02:32:28 PM
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I get some Hash rate lets say 28 Th/s for 96 hours from miningrigrentals. Then I put in on solo.ckpool.org. When the share you find gets a block , you get the somehow 12 BTC (some less I think) Thats better chance per price then playing lottery.....

That's probably the smartest gambling strategy I've ever heard of Smiley I'd merit you but I'm broke. Good luck to you, hope you land into that lucky block.
I assume the pic you shared of 0.0008 btc was because you messed up once and weren't on the solo pool.
Thanks. Broke with 290 points  Grin . Perhaps the lord of lottery is with me....

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