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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining 289 blocks solved!  (Read 92131 times)
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June 09, 2023, 07:15:01 PM
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Nice job :

151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD


WoW! Congrats to this miner  Smiley
See soloCK pool stats here

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June 09, 2023, 07:15:20 PM
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Cogratulation to 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD for solving Block 793,607!

@con: works great the new ckpool version  Grin

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June 09, 2023, 07:19:50 PM
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Nice job :

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wow just 18th?
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June 09, 2023, 07:35:36 PM
Last edit: June 10, 2023, 08:40:06 AM by o_solo_miner
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It looks like that it was a single Antminer S9 acording to "hashrate7d": "15.7T", .
That makes me happy to see that a guy with just one single miner get the block!
And  I suspect that he did not yet realized that he solved a block Wink

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June 09, 2023, 07:36:38 PM
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It looks like that it was a single Antminer S9 acording to "hashrate7d": "15.7T", .
That makes me happy to see that a guy with just one single miner get the block!

That's awesome!  Maybe there is hope for my s9 space heater.  Might just have to keep it running all summer
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June 09, 2023, 08:49:01 PM
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Congrats to the lucky and slow Miner

https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/address/151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD

https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/block/793607

Code:
{
 "hashrate1m": "16.7T",
 "hashrate5m": "16.6T",
 "hashrate1hr": "15.6T",
 "hashrate1d": "15.6T",
 "hashrate7d": "15.7T",
 "lastshare": 1686343436,
 "workers": 1,
 "shares": 9253151438,
 "bestshare": 463250108543599.5,
 "bestever": 463250108543599,
 "authorised": 1685417900,
 "worker": [
  {
   "workername": "151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD.AntMiner2",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "28.7G",
   "hashrate7d": "1.43T",
   "lastshare": 1685829363,
   "shares": 550675206,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "bestever": 741469408
  },
  {
   "workername": "151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD.ASIC2",
   "hashrate1m": "16.7T",
   "hashrate5m": "16.6T",
   "hashrate1hr": "15.6T",
   "hashrate1d": "15.6T",
   "hashrate7d": "8.62T",
   "lastshare": 1686343436,
   "shares": 1785335282,
   "bestshare": 463250108543599.5,
   "bestever": 463250108543599
  }
 ]
}

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June 09, 2023, 09:26:14 PM
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Congratulations to miner 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD with only 17TH for solving the 275th block at solo.ckpool.org!

Code:
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.377] Possible block solve diff 463250108543599.500000 !
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.458] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] Solved and confirmed block 793607 by 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD.ASIC2
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] User 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD:{"hashrate1m": "18.5T", "hashrate5m": "16.8T", "hashrate1hr": "15.6T", "hashrate1d": "15.6T", "hashrate7d": "15.7T", "shares": 9230494791, "authorised": 1685417900}
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] Worker 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD.ASIC2:{"hashrate1m": "18.5T", "hashrate5m": "16.8T", "hashrate1hr": "15.6T", "hashrate1d": "15.6T", "hashrate7d": "8.55T"}
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.462] Block solved after 15306888081924 shares at 29.9% diff

https://explorer.btc.com/btc/block/793607

As you can see they solved the block after only 9230494791 shares making this an absurdly lucky block solve (if they have been using the same username at all times). A miner of this size would only solve a block about once every 450 years on average.

This is the first mainnet block solved with the updated pool code as far as I'm aware and whilst it was heavily tested on testnet, it is always a relief to see real blocks solved as well. I will be restarting the pool again in the near future for some minor updates once more (local cosmetic reasons for myself).

Mine on!

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June 09, 2023, 11:16:20 PM
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Congratulations to miner 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD with only 17TH for solving the 275th block at solo.ckpool.org!

Code:
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.377] Possible block solve diff 463250108543599.500000 !
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.458] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] Solved and confirmed block 793607 by 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD.ASIC2
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] User 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD:{"hashrate1m": "18.5T", "hashrate5m": "16.8T", "hashrate1hr": "15.6T", "hashrate1d": "15.6T", "hashrate7d": "15.7T", "shares": 9230494791, "authorised": 1685417900}
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] Worker 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD.ASIC2:{"hashrate1m": "18.5T", "hashrate5m": "16.8T", "hashrate1hr": "15.6T", "hashrate1d": "15.6T", "hashrate7d": "8.55T"}
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.462] Block solved after 15306888081924 shares at 29.9% diff

https://explorer.btc.com/btc/block/793607

As you can see they solved the block after only 9230494791 shares making this an absurdly lucky block solve (if they have been using the same username at all times). A miner of this size would only solve a block about once every 450 years on average.

Is there any way to find out what region of the world is housing this very lucky S9? Wondering what type of magical Internet connectivity they have

Congrats to the lucky miners and hoping one of us hits soon - let's get a repeater Block hit in celebration of CK's new code! Bravo!
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June 09, 2023, 11:39:15 PM
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Congrats!!  Had to turn off my 60T miner, was getting too hot in the basement!

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June 10, 2023, 01:04:21 AM
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Sometimes it is very interesting that after people are hit, the computing power will disappear. Should it be better to rent equipment or change addresses?

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June 10, 2023, 01:12:58 AM
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Is there any way to find out what region of the world is housing this very lucky S9? Wondering what type of magical Internet connectivity they have
I wouldn't reveal that information unless the miner wished it, and magical internet connectivity has nothing to do with it.

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June 10, 2023, 04:20:50 AM
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Sometimes it is very interesting that after people are hit, the computing power will disappear. Should it be better to rent equipment or change addresses?

 Smiley

Well 6.86 btc is a decent amount of wealth

I think for many it would completely change their life.

For me honestly it would be nice, but I live in the USA and $185,000 cash is going to be reported and taxed like mad.

So it is about 100,000 after tax.

That would mean I need to cash 3 of the 6.86 just for taxes. Only leaving me 3.86 btc clean.

I would likely cash .86 for spending on various stuff.

Which mean I could hold 3 coins and have about 23,000 to spend.

I am sure many don't want people to know they have that much extra wealth some places it is a lot of wealth.

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June 10, 2023, 08:04:54 AM
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Congratulations to miner 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD with only 17TH for solving the 275th block at solo.ckpool.org!

Code:
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.377] Possible block solve diff 463250108543599.500000 !
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.458] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] Solved and confirmed block 793607 by 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD.ASIC2
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] User 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD:{"hashrate1m": "18.5T", "hashrate5m": "16.8T", "hashrate1hr": "15.6T", "hashrate1d": "15.6T", "hashrate7d": "15.7T", "shares": 9230494791, "authorised": 1685417900}
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.460] Worker 151XTfHBfaDqoNWGGeYobNX2YzFFWuB5YD.ASIC2:{"hashrate1m": "18.5T", "hashrate5m": "16.8T", "hashrate1hr": "15.6T", "hashrate1d": "15.6T", "hashrate7d": "8.55T"}
[2023-06-09 18:58:54.462] Block solved after 15306888081924 shares at 29.9% diff

https://explorer.btc.com/btc/block/793607

As you can see they solved the block after only 9230494791 shares making this an absurdly lucky block solve (if they have been using the same username at all times). A miner of this size would only solve a block about once every 450 years on average.

This is the first mainnet block solved with the updated pool code as far as I'm aware and whilst it was heavily tested on testnet, it is always a relief to see real blocks solved as well. I will be restarting the pool again in the near future for some minor updates once more (local cosmetic reasons for myself).

Mine on!

Incredible!!!

Congratulations whoever won that block.

Just proves that lottery solo mining does work.


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June 10, 2023, 08:10:56 AM
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Sometimes it is very interesting that after people are hit, the computing power will disappear. Should it be better to rent equipment or change addresses?

 Smiley

Well 6.86 btc is a decent amount of wealth

I think for many it would completely change their life.

For me honestly it would be nice, but I live in the USA and $185,000 cash is going to be reported and taxed like mad.

So it is about 100,000 after tax.

That would mean I need to cash 3 of the 6.86 just for taxes. Only leaving me 3.86 btc clean.

I would likely cash .86 for spending on various stuff.

Which mean I could hold 3 coins and have about 23,000 to spend.

I am sure many don't want people to know they have that much extra wealth some places it is a lot of wealth.

Aren't there yearly tax thresholds in the US?

Doesn't BTC only get taxed once you convert it to fiat?

Wouldn't it be better to keep the BTC as BTC and draw from it yearly keeping just below the tax threshold using it like a savings account to be drawn from rather than taking it all in one hit.

Surely, that way you get to keep more of your winnings...?




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June 10, 2023, 08:39:24 AM
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Sometimes it is very interesting that after people are hit, the computing power will disappear.

That does more apply to pools, when people realize what amount of btc they get for the hashrate they provide to the pool, and the electrical cost they had to cover for doing that.
On the solopool they are aware of it and mine for themself, so it is unlikley that they disapear after they found a block.

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June 10, 2023, 08:49:49 AM
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Sometimes it is very interesting that after people are hit, the computing power will disappear.

That does more apply to pools, when people realize what amount of btc they get for the hashrate they provide to the pool, and the electrical cost they had to cover for doing that.
On the solopool they are aware of it and mine for themself, so it is unlikley that they disapear after they found a block.

True. if anything, hashrate usually goes up here after a block when people get tempted by the probability of solving a block solo. It then tends to calm down over the next month or so.

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June 10, 2023, 10:05:23 AM
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Congratulations to the lucky miner!!

A question to the group with my ignorance on the subject, with an S9j as is my case that I play the lottery solo, which port should I point to 3333 or 4334 since I see that in 4334 it is very difficult to work but when it works, works better than port 3333.

The latency there is no way that I can get below 114.

Greetings to all.
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June 10, 2023, 02:44:08 PM
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Congratulations to the lucky miner!!

A question to the group with my ignorance on the subject, with an S9j as is my case that I play the lottery solo, which port should I point to 3333 or 4334 since I see that in 4334 it is very difficult to work but when it works, works better than port 3333.

The latency there is no way that I can get below 114.

Greetings to all.
Mike.

Congrats to the lucky miner ! Crazy to see a block solved with only 15 Th/s, I would love to see one of my S9 solving a block  Cheesy

With an S9j you should use port 3333, as 4334 is supposed to be for high diff rentals like Nicehash or MRR.

Why do 4334 is working better than 3333 ? Do you have a better ping time ? It shouldn't make any difference in theory.


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June 10, 2023, 03:25:22 PM
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Congratulations to the lucky miner!!

A question to the group with my ignorance on the subject, with an S9j as is my case that I play the lottery solo, which port should I point to 3333 or 4334 since I see that in 4334 it is very difficult to work but when it works, works better than port 3333.

The latency there is no way that I can get below 114.

Greetings to all.
Mike.

Congrats to the lucky miner ! Crazy to see a block solved with only 15 Th/s, I would love to see one of my S9 solving a block  Cheesy

With an S9j you should use port 3333, as 4334 is supposed to be for high diff rentals like Nicehash or MRR.

Why do 4334 is working better than 3333 ? Do you have a better ping time ? It shouldn't make any difference in theory.






Thanks iwantmyhomepaidwithbtc2 for the clarification, latency is complicated.
Greetings.
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June 10, 2023, 03:36:41 PM
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Congrats to the dude running an S9 keeping the dream alive. 9Billion total shares is impressive if he's never Solo to another address. Makes me feel long overdue(442 Billion Shares) I have come close with one more zero needed when difficulty was 25 Trillion out of an old Antminer T9+. I'm curious to see everyones Best Share/Total Share values  Cool

 "hashrate1m": "1.19T",
 "hashrate5m": "1.12T",
 "hashrate1hr": "1.04T",
 "hashrate1d": "1.54T",
 "hashrate7d": "18.7T",
 "lastshare": 1686410655,
 "workers": 5,
 "shares": 442782320689,
 "bestshare": 51522398.33450211,
 "bestever": 3123899026142,
 "authorised": 1685417899,
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