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April 27, 2020, 08:14:17 PM
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Where is this 256 Block....
Here blocky..blocky...
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April 28, 2020, 01:35:32 PM
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our last bestshare was 2.174.988.243.580, but the block will not come.... ***grrr***

we start a new 10PH/s round --> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5244246.0

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May 01, 2020, 07:55:59 PM
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we plan the next 10PH/s round for 24h run time, join us...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5245047.0

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May 01, 2020, 11:59:55 PM
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The pool shows as dead when I put in following details

solo.ckpool.org:3333
Bitcoin address
Password: x

I have tried 443 and 3333 both.

The software on the miner is HiveOS.
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May 02, 2020, 12:03:15 AM
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The pool shows as dead when I put in following details

solo.ckpool.org:3333
Bitcoin address
Password: x

I have tried 443 and 3333 both.

The software on the miner is HiveOS.
The reasons are usually one of the following:
A temporary routing issue between you and the pool.
Your username is not a valid bitcoin address.
Some IP addresses have been blocked due to multiple previous failed attempts to connect.

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May 02, 2020, 10:46:55 PM
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I have a few random questions please bear with my noob'ness and lets get through this Cheesy

Ok so Ive been mining for like 4 years now but always in a pool. My equipment is well past paid for so I've decide to go solo and try my luck because electricity is free for me.
Anyway I've never really paid attention to the whole how it actually works thing, I know its like a super complex game of what number am I thinking of and I've gotta pick a lower number and whoever picks the lower number first gets the block reward.

I'm mining with 3x S9 and 3x S15

I have all my miners pointed at the 3333 address, what is the point of the 4334 and the 3335 ones?

I know what the speed stuff means but what does all the lastshare, shares, and bestshare mean? And i know its like a year or 2 odds with luck to find a block but if i find one how will I know?

Also is there a way to look up random blocks in the chain and see how much hashing power was used to find it for the sake of curiosity?

TIA

So here is my current stats for solo mining on CKpool:

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"hashrate1m": "131T",
 "hashrate5m": "125T",
 "hashrate1hr": "122T",
 "hashrate1d": "20.4T",
 "hashrate7d": "3.15T",
 "lastshare": 1588458984,
 "workers": 6,
 "shares": 449277654,
 "bestshare": 1634609272.479547,
 "bestever": 1634609272,
 "worker": [

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May 02, 2020, 11:50:55 PM
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I have a few random questions please bear with my noob'ness and lets get through this Cheesy

Ok so Ive been mining for like 4 years now but always in a pool. My equipment is well past paid for so I've decide to go solo and try my luck because electricity is free for me.
Anyway I've never really paid attention to the whole how it actually works thing, I know its like a super complex game of what number am I thinking of and I've gotta pick a lower number and whoever picks the lower number first gets the block reward.

I'm mining with 3x S9 and 3x S15

I have all my miners pointed at the 3333 address, what is the point of the 4334 and the 3335 ones?

I know what the speed stuff means but what does all the lastshare, shares, and bestshare mean? And i know its like a year or 2 odds with luck to find a block but if i find one how will I know?

Also is there a way to look up random blocks in the chain and see how much hashing power was used to find it for the sake of curiosity?

TIA

So here is my current stats for solo mining on CKpool:

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"hashrate1m": "131T",
 "hashrate5m": "125T",
 "hashrate1hr": "122T",
 "hashrate1d": "20.4T",
 "hashrate7d": "3.15T",
 "lastshare": 1588458984,
 "workers": 6,
 "shares": 449277654,
 "bestshare": 1634609272.479547,
 "bestever": 1634609272,
 "worker": [



Other addresses may work when 3333 does not work.
You can do. two and have a rollover if first stops working .

how will you know if you find one.  you will see the coins in your address Grin


you can peek here and it shows latest blocks.
https://www.blockchain.com/explorer



but you won't know what hash they had.

besides the most they have is 112th. in the form of the m30s++. since that machine has the most hash and only one machine hits the block.

Ie. you have 6 machines. when you hit your block it will only  be one of them.  so they other hash did not help you hit with the machine that hit.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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May 03, 2020, 05:58:04 AM
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I have all my miners pointed at the 3333 address, what is the point of the 4334 and the 3335 ones?

4334 is for rental services, you showed a status of your miners working and hashrate is reported so 3333 works for you, ignore the rest.

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And i know its like a year or 2 odds with luck to find a block but if i find one how will I know?

2 years is not even close, based on your 1hr hashrate of 122 you are looking at 18 years to hit a block assuming your luck is 100%, you can use this website to estimate the odds > http://solochance.com/

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Also is there a way to look up random blocks in the chain and see how much hashing power was used to find it for the sake of curiosity?

Only the pool itself has this data, nobody else does, to everyone else, it's a single hash that could have come from the use of an old CPU, the pool has the data, I don't know if CK saves them and show them somewhere, but you shouldn't bother with it, i remember someone hitting a block mining with 2*S9s ( 24th or so) not too long ago, but those things mean NOTHING to your chances of finding a block, you are simply taking a long shot, just like trying to hunt a mosquito in the woods using a crossbow while being blindfolded at 3 am, in a nutshell, you need a ton of luck and that's all about it.



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May 03, 2020, 07:22:46 AM
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you are simply taking a long shot, just like trying to hunt a mosquito in the woods using a crossbow while being blindfolded at 3 am, in a nutshell, you need a ton of luck and that's all about it.

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of course he isnt going to hit that mosquito with them odds now,  i already got that sumbitch. plus i had on some beats headphones when i took out that phuqr!
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May 03, 2020, 02:05:20 PM
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I have all my miners pointed at the 3333 address, what is the point of the 4334 and the 3335 ones?

4334 is for rental services, you showed a status of your miners working and hashrate is reported so 3333 works for you, ignore the rest.

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And i know its like a year or 2 odds with luck to find a block but if i find one how will I know?

2 years is not even close, based on your 1hr hashrate of 122 you are looking at 18 years to hit a block assuming your luck is 100%, you can use this website to estimate the odds > http://solochance.com/

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Also is there a way to look up random blocks in the chain and see how much hashing power was used to find it for the sake of curiosity?

Only the pool itself has this data, nobody else does, to everyone else, it's a single hash that could have come from the use of an old CPU, the pool has the data, I don't know if CK saves them and show them somewhere, but you shouldn't bother with it, i remember someone hitting a block mining with 2*S9s ( 24th or so) not too long ago, but those things mean NOTHING to your chances of finding a block, you are simply taking a long shot, just like trying to hunt a mosquito in the woods using a crossbow while being blindfolded at 3 am, in a nutshell, you need a ton of luck and that's all about it.


Not to mention the guy who got one recently with 400gh/s now that was a real lucky block.
Noticed someone was on the push last night with 50ph but no luck.

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May 03, 2020, 05:29:07 PM
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2 years is not even close, based on your 1hr hashrate of 122 you are looking at 18 years to hit a block assuming your luck is 100%, you can use this website to estimate the odds > http://solochance.com/

I was also looking for this tool, thanks

casually will there be these calculators for other sha256 currencies, maybe bch?  (for solitary mining)
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casually will there be these calculators for other sha256 currencies, maybe bch?  (for solitary mining)

You can do that manually, it's pretty straight forward, take your hashrate for an instance, it's 112th, go to https://www.coinwarz.com/mining/bitcoin/hashrate-chart and get the current hashrate (it's just estimated by the way), it shows about 130EH for now.

Now change your hashrate from Terahash to Exahash by diving th/1,000,000 you get 0.000122EH

Your hashrate = 0.000122EH
Network hashrate = 130EH

Now if you want to know your chances of hitting the next block or any other block at any given time, simply divide the total hashrate / your hashrate

130/0.000122= 1065573.77 > This means how many blocks would need to be found before you can find yours, assuming luck is 100%, it also means for every block that is found your chance is 1 in 1065573.77 , so back to the crossbow example, there are 1,065,573 (over one million) people shooting at the same time as you are and there is only 1 mosquito to be shot.

maybe you want to know your odds of finding a block per hour, we know that on average we find 6 blocks, simply divide that number by 6 so you get 1065573.77/6 = 1 in 177595 chance every hour.

If you want your daily chances simply divide the hour number by 24 or the main number by 144 (number of blocks found per day) and you get 1 in 7399
If you want the weekly number? divide that by 7 and you get 1 in 1057 chance per week, and you can do all kind of estimates, do it for the sake of learning not for the sake of estimating your chances because you will be disappointed, you need a ton of luck to hit a block and it's not impossible, that's all you need to know. 



 


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May 05, 2020, 12:04:38 AM
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whoa that detailed, thank very much mikeywith  Cheesy



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May 05, 2020, 07:29:06 PM
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Wish us luck!  "hashrate1m": "2.33P", Probably my last spin at the chance of some coins been trying for years now with no luck so this may just be the last attempt then the miners fall silent.

Come on Bitcoin! Don't let me down! Smiley

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May 05, 2020, 07:32:29 PM
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Wish us luck!  "hashrate1m": "2.33P", Probably my last spin at the chance of some coins been trying for years now with no luck so this may just be the last attempt then the miners fall silent.

Come on Bitcoin! Don't let me down! Smiley


GL Magic!
I dont want to admit how much I have been throwing @ BTC solo mining over the past few weeks...but it is kinda crazy.
I will calm down after the halving..
Get that Block!!!
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May 05, 2020, 07:34:47 PM
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Wish us luck!  "hashrate1m": "2.33P", Probably my last spin at the chance of some coins been trying for years now with no luck so this may just be the last attempt then the miners fall silent.

Come on Bitcoin! Don't let me down! Smiley


GL Magic!
I dont want to admit how much I have been throwing @ BTC solo mining over the past few weeks...but it is kinda crazy.
I will calm down after the halving..
Get that Block!!!

Cheers JimJam.

Yea you have been pushing hard I can tell hope to see you about the discord some time.

Come on Bitcoin show me the 00000's Smiley

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May 05, 2020, 09:25:48 PM
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a new 10 PH/s run for 24h startet, cross the fingers. a block must fall

http://solo.ckpool.org/users/bc1q79cj7et2scp6y94hv26r5raun2tfpdaguf7y2z

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May 05, 2020, 09:29:22 PM
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a new 10 PH/s run for 24h startet, cross the fingers. a block must fall

http://solo.ckpool.org/users/bc1q79cj7et2scp6y94hv26r5raun2tfpdaguf7y2z

Good luck bro.

 "hashrate1m": "2.66P",
 "hashrate5m": "2.75P",
 "hashrate1hr": "2.43P",
 "hashrate1d": "276T",
 "hashrate7d": "44.9T",
 "lastshare": 1588714057,
 "workers": 215,
 "shares": 32395771592,
 "bestshare": 309430998061.3869,

My Best share to date on my last ever attempt Smiley

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May 05, 2020, 09:31:26 PM
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our bestshare was 7.732.737.824.556

  "workername": "1KDPG318M4weJmF8C3UVMVvzZvSPG9E68h",
   "hashrate1m": "3.96P",
   "hashrate5m": "1.18P",
   "hashrate1hr": "110T",
   "hashrate1d": "18T",
   "hashrate7d": "559T",
   "lastshare": 1587808434,
   "shares": 203689000000,
   "bestshare": 7732737824556.285,
   "bestever": 7732737824556

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May 05, 2020, 09:34:24 PM
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Very nice good luck I hope a block falls soon!

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