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June 09, 2020, 09:04:07 PM
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Dear user 136CrBTFqaLShQVTzhH2MRUauRrrzP7JbG please fix your miners. You have been connecting and disconnecting continuously hundreds of thousands of times for months now without ever successfully mining, so I have blocked your IP address.

Would this situation be similiar to a small ddos attack on the server?
Can a script be written to flag and deny access to these connect / disconnect users?


The pool already gracefully handles them, I just log to see what's going on in case someone needs help.

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June 10, 2020, 11:36:42 AM
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When someone sends all of that unusable hashpower, does that have a negative effect on the pool. ie, does it bog/slow it down? Just curious.
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June 10, 2020, 12:02:48 PM
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When someone sends all of that unusable hashpower, does that have a negative effect on the pool. ie, does it bog/slow it down? Just curious.
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There is no hashpower, they briefly connect, then the pool throws them off and they do it all over again. The pool is good for probably 100,000 users with its current hardware, I wouldn't worry...

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June 10, 2020, 01:36:26 PM
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Um, that comes up as a BCH/BSV address which would be invalid on this (BTC) pool...

I don't think the pool is not allowing the address to mine on it, he probably has a problem with his miner/internet and not the address he uses, how can a pool tell the difference between a legacy address which belongs BCH/BTC, it can't because there is no difference between the addresses.

136CrBTFqaLShQVTzhH2MRUauRrrzP7JbG is a valid P2PKH/Pay To Pubkey Hash bitcoin address, even if that address was generated from a BCH wallet, it can still receive a BTC block reward provided he has the private key for it, someone please correct me if I am mistaken.  Grin


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June 10, 2020, 08:02:45 PM
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I've created a script for Ubuntu (suggest 20.04) or Debian linux which should automate the setup, configuration, and install of a ckproxy to mine on the solo pool, though you can edit it afterwards to mine wherever you like. I do not suggest using something like an RPi as you want reasonable performance from your proxy to avoid any added latency.

Download the following script:
Code:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/soloproxy/setupsoloproxy.sh

It will not be directly executable, so execute it with
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sh setupsoloproxy.sh

And follow the prompts. Tell me how you go.

Nice work CK this will help a lot of people who may have struggles to build the proxy from the source top work!

Now lets get a nice early block guys!

"If you don't believe it or don't get it, I don't have the time to try to convince you, sorry". Satoshi Nakamoto
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June 11, 2020, 01:47:25 AM
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Ok guys, lets do our first  solo round, after the halving.
Now that diff. Adjusted in our favour, our chances of finding a block are higher.

There is no minimum amount of participants, or maximum either.
You can gamble any amount of btc, starting from 0.005 to 0.03.
If we find a block, we will split the block reward between all the solo gamblers percentage-wise.

We will start our solo journey in 5 days.
Write down you’re nickname and send me a pm, if you’re in!

P.s We will also donate 1% to ck from our solo pot, and 1% if we find a block.

1. ailikun     0.01 btc
2. chillfactr  0.01 BTC
3. SandDude BTC 0.01
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im in

Congrats to the lucky solver.

And for our next solo ride, lets give it another week.
Maybe some more people will join.

You can count me in as well. Thank you for organizing this, ailikun. I'll shoot you a PM. Hopefully, more people will join in.

Oh, and hello everyone. This looks like an amazing community! I don't normally do the chat thing, but after spending the last couple of evenings reading this thread, I thought to myself, "Self, you should register an account here, and at least say 'Hi'..."
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June 11, 2020, 02:06:54 AM
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another reason is there will be 10 of thousands of s9's on the cheap.

I have developed quiet cheap modded 2 board s9's that can mine here. use 400 watts and do 4.7th quietly

So having a space heater first mining here its a dirt cheap way of a chance at big money.

Space heater down clocked s9's can be made for 100 or less they will last for years.

 My two board pulls 377 watts.

I owned the s9 already the modes were about 13 dollars.

so 13 dollars and .03 btc is about 300 dollars. {I donated 0.03 btc}

1 year of 400 watt mining is about  10 x 365 =3650 kwatts at 15 cents = 550 a year.

550+300 = 850 for a 1 year shot at 6.25 btc

 the miner is quiet.  it will help add warmth in the winter.

http://35.226.27.67:3000/d/JmhHccgGz/ck-pool-user-dashboard?orgId=1&refresh=1m&var-user=146UJM5kgzLVUV23CXCf33KQKHckoX1gx3

I am running the quiet s9 over night.

Do you have a thread where you discuss these mods? It just so happens I have an s9 laying around with one bad hash board, and I'd love to give this mod a try.
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June 11, 2020, 02:21:47 AM
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another reason is there will be 10 of thousands of s9's on the cheap.

I have developed quiet cheap modded 2 board s9's that can mine here. use 400 watts and do 4.7th quietly

So having a space heater first mining here its a dirt cheap way of a chance at big money.

Space heater down clocked s9's can be made for 100 or less they will last for years.

 My two board pulls 377 watts.

I owned the s9 already the modes were about 13 dollars.

so 13 dollars and .03 btc is about 300 dollars. {I donated 0.03 btc}

1 year of 400 watt mining is about  10 x 365 =3650 kwatts at 15 cents = 550 a year.

550+300 = 850 for a 1 year shot at 6.25 btc

 the miner is quiet.  it will help add warmth in the winter.

http://35.226.27.67:3000/d/JmhHccgGz/ck-pool-user-dashboard?orgId=1&refresh=1m&var-user=146UJM5kgzLVUV23CXCf33KQKHckoX1gx3

I am running the quiet s9 over night.

Do you have a thread where you discuss these mods? It just so happens I have an s9 laying around with one bad hash board, and I'd love to give this mod a try.

I have two threads in hardware.

I also sold six in marketplace.

I will link them in a bit.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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June 11, 2020, 02:52:42 AM
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another reason is there will be 10 of thousands of s9's on the cheap.

I have developed quiet cheap modded 2 board s9's that can mine here. use 400 watts and do 4.7th quietly

So having a space heater first mining here its a dirt cheap way of a chance at big money.

Space heater down clocked s9's can be made for 100 or less they will last for years.

 My two board pulls 377 watts.

I owned the s9 already the modes were about 13 dollars.

so 13 dollars and .03 btc is about 300 dollars. {I donated 0.03 btc}

1 year of 400 watt mining is about  10 x 365 =3650 kwatts at 15 cents = 550 a year.

550+300 = 850 for a 1 year shot at 6.25 btc

 the miner is quiet.  it will help add warmth in the winter.

http://35.226.27.67:3000/d/JmhHccgGz/ck-pool-user-dashboard?orgId=1&refresh=1m&var-user=146UJM5kgzLVUV23CXCf33KQKHckoX1gx3

I am running the quiet s9 over night.

Do you have a thread where you discuss these mods? It just so happens I have an s9 laying around with one bad hash board, and I'd love to give this mod a try.

I have two threads in hardware.

I also sold six in marketplace.

I will link them in a bit.

Thank you philipma1957! I was not expecting such a prompt reply.  Smiley
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another reason is there will be 10 of thousands of s9's on the cheap.

I have developed quiet cheap modded 2 board s9's that can mine here. use 400 watts and do 4.7th quietly

So having a space heater first mining here its a dirt cheap way of a chance at big money.

Space heater down clocked s9's can be made for 100 or less they will last for years.

 My two board pulls 377 watts.

I owned the s9 already the modes were about 13 dollars.

so 13 dollars and .03 btc is about 300 dollars. {I donated 0.03 btc}

1 year of 400 watt mining is about  10 x 365 =3650 kwatts at 15 cents = 550 a year.

550+300 = 850 for a 1 year shot at 6.25 btc

 the miner is quiet.  it will help add warmth in the winter.

http://35.226.27.67:3000/d/JmhHccgGz/ck-pool-user-dashboard?orgId=1&refresh=1m&var-user=146UJM5kgzLVUV23CXCf33KQKHckoX1gx3

I am running the quiet s9 over night.

Do you have a thread where you discuss these mods? It just so happens I have an s9 laying around with one bad hash board, and I'd love to give this mod a try.

I have two threads in hardware.

I also sold six in marketplace.

I will link them in a bit.

Thank you philipma1957! I was not expecting such a prompt reply.  Smiley

yeah i just got online  i went to hardware and set up four threads for you to read.


this is the sales thread but I won't be selling anything for weeks. has info and photos.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5243761.msg54305587#msg54305587.  . . no sales for now


here are all mod threads.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5253561.0. current
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5249494.0. locked
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5160194.0. locked


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5213936.0. not mine but a clever mod of s9's



the goal for all the threads above is to build decent solo miners for this pool.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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June 11, 2020, 07:13:52 PM
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How can I calculate my solo luck?
With difficulty, best share, hash rate and operating time?
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June 11, 2020, 07:15:21 PM
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How can I calculate my solo luck?
With difficulty, best share, hash rate and operating time?

http://solochance.com/

That should help you
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June 11, 2020, 07:25:53 PM
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Thank you, I know that.
My question was e.g.
I start a miner with 50th after a week I see the best share of xxx.
now i want to know if my luck is above average or worse than the probability.
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Thank you, I know that.
My question was e.g.
I start a miner with 50th after a week I see the best share of xxx.
now i want to know if my luck is above average or worse than the probability.

Really not sure that matters all that much, other than to make you feel like you are close...
I had the high "best shares" for a few months and didnt hit a block.
A few blocks back, someone hit with 400 gh, yes gh...
Just need to hit that elusive silicon lottery.
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June 11, 2020, 07:37:53 PM
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Thank you, I know that.
My question was e.g.
I start a miner with 50th after a week I see the best share of xxx.
now i want to know if my luck is above average or worse than the probability.
It's a linear relationship, so take the time needed for a block from the solochance site and ratio that with the time you run your miner vs. its best share and see if you're "lucky" during the time you are calculating this.

I don't believe in superstition because it's bad luck: 13thF1oor6CAwyzyxXPNnRvu3nhhYeqZdc
These aren't the Droids you're looking for: S5 & S7 (Sold), R4B2, R4B4 (RIP), 2x S9 obsolete, 2xS15-28, S17-56, S17-70
Pushing a whopping 1/5 PH!  Oh The SPEED!!!
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Thank you, I know that.
My question was e.g.
I start a miner with 50th after a week I see the best share of xxx.
now i want to know if my luck is above average or worse than the probability.

Well we all have ideas on lucky. Some are true some are not true.

But right now you need a share of :13.74 trillion

If you get a share of anything lower. you simply are not lucky enough to win.

But if I get a share of 13.72 trillion and just miss I will consider my self really fucking unlucky.

You may consider that to be lucky and I missed it by a little I will get it tomorrow.

Which is why you and I think a bit differently about luck.


I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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June 11, 2020, 10:26:11 PM
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How can I calculate my solo luck?
With difficulty, best share, hash rate and operating time?

http://solochance.com/

That should help you

Is it just me, but when I put in my address it shows up as 0 on the solo chance webpage? But I know its good because I'm mining and I've got shares reported and whatnot on the website
https://solo.ckpool.org:444/users/3BNoC12uaCxN7FWi5H17MBKzzc5iGAK4N9
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June 11, 2020, 11:25:39 PM
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Is it just me, but when I put in my address it shows up as 0 on the solo chance webpage?

I tried and mine also doesn't show anything on solochance, read back a few pages I found

Trying to figure out how the format has changed on https://solo.ckpool.org:444/users/xxx as solochance.com is no longer working.

So doesn't seem like a new issue, something is up with solochance.com, Morguk the owner of solochance.com, so he is aware of this issue, he will probably fix it soon.

meanwhile, you could simply manually enter your hash rate in TH to see what your chances are and if you want to do the whole calculation manually, you could scroll back a few pages and you will find my comment explaining how these estimations actually work, it's plain simple, but solochance.com does it in a simple GUI friendly way.

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June 12, 2020, 02:08:02 AM
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another reason is there will be 10 of thousands of s9's on the cheap.

I have developed quiet cheap modded 2 board s9's that can mine here. use 400 watts and do 4.7th quietly

So having a space heater first mining here its a dirt cheap way of a chance at big money.

Space heater down clocked s9's can be made for 100 or less they will last for years.

 My two board pulls 377 watts.

I owned the s9 already the modes were about 13 dollars.

so 13 dollars and .03 btc is about 300 dollars. {I donated 0.03 btc}

1 year of 400 watt mining is about  10 x 365 =3650 kwatts at 15 cents = 550 a year.

550+300 = 850 for a 1 year shot at 6.25 btc

 the miner is quiet.  it will help add warmth in the winter.

http://35.226.27.67:3000/d/JmhHccgGz/ck-pool-user-dashboard?orgId=1&refresh=1m&var-user=146UJM5kgzLVUV23CXCf33KQKHckoX1gx3

I am running the quiet s9 over night.

Do you have a thread where you discuss these mods? It just so happens I have an s9 laying around with one bad hash board, and I'd love to give this mod a try.

I have two threads in hardware.

I also sold six in marketplace.

I will link them in a bit.

Thank you philipma1957! I was not expecting such a prompt reply.  Smiley

yeah i just got online  i went to hardware and set up four threads for you to read.


this is the sales thread but I won't be selling anything for weeks. has info and photos.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5243761.msg54305587#msg54305587.  . . no sales for now


here are all mod threads.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5253561.0. current
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5249494.0. locked
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5160194.0. locked


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5213936.0. not mine but a clever mod of s9's



the goal for all the threads above is to build decent solo miners for this pool.

Thank you for providing these links philipma1957. It'll be a couple of days before I have time to go through them in detail (there aren't enough hours in a day), but I scanned through them briefly and can see you have put a lot of work into the project, and it looks very good.
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June 12, 2020, 03:17:36 AM
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My cgminer timestamp is showing [1970-01-01]. Does anyone know a fix?

use cgminer 4.10 and youre good.

Does the incorrect timestamp affect my mining in anyway?
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