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April 12, 2020, 07:19:36 PM
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ok , so can you explain this ?
Did I do something wrong ? should I wait ?

pool:
solo.ckpool.org, port: 4334
My address does not work on http://solo.ckpool.org/users/XXXX

thanks for your help

What do you mean by you address is not working on the URL above?

If the rental has not submitted any work to the pool then there won't be any info there yet.

Double check the pool URL in nicehash you could also  try de.ckpool.org:4334

Sounds like you have something wrong with your info at nicehash as the pool is working fine on port 4334 from what I can see.

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April 12, 2020, 11:31:29 PM
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solo.ckpool.org:4334 Does not work to me in Nicehash...
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April 12, 2020, 11:32:14 PM
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solo.ckpool.org:4334 Does not work to me in Nicehash...
The most common reason for that is not using a valid bitcoin address as your username.

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April 12, 2020, 11:39:34 PM
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 maybe he is paying 0.0165 or less


this is the cutoff on usa

S 2b537467  0.0166 1000.00  8824   98.9875

this is the cutoff on eu

S bab6f2f7  0.0166  1000.00 12472   158.3431


those above ARE the bottom bids mining

any lower is idle

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thks philip, it was this
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April 13, 2020, 12:54:18 AM
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thks philip, it was this

Keep posting you will soon be a jr member as I gave you a merit for follow up reply.

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April 14, 2020, 09:03:06 PM
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The next 10PH/s is running and a 100PH/s is in planing, Jump in now —> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5239731.0

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April 16, 2020, 02:27:14 AM
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Hello everyone,

With a hash rate of 164th/sec , do I have really 1 chance on 5000 (average) by day to find a block?
I am on Nicehash to test and for the moment my best share is on 10 digits
It does not change since 5 days... can we really be lucky to find a block with this configuration ?

Newbie question
- this configuration against 100 ph/sec... How a 164 th/s can find a block before a 100 ph/sec using NH?
I don t understand the lucky part...
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April 16, 2020, 02:58:23 AM
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Hello everyone,

With a hash rate of 164th/sec , do I have really 1 chance on 5000 (average) by day to find a block?
I am on Nicehash to test and for the moment my best share is on 10 digits
It does not change since 5 days... can we really be lucky to find a block with this configuration ?

Newbie question
- this configuration against 100 ph/sec... How a 164 th/s can find a block before a 100 ph/sec using NH?
I don t understand the lucky part...


lets do the second question.

you spin a roulette wheel 1 time. looking for 27
first spin boom 27 , damn you are a lucky mother fucker




 I spin a roulette wheel 6000 times looking for 27
i never get it not one time that is bad luck really bad luck.

it is 6000 times more likely for me to get 27 then you.

but you can do it.


as for the odds of 164 th hitting a block in a day being 5000 to one i think that is close.

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April 16, 2020, 10:03:54 AM
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Hello everyone,

With a hash rate of 164th/sec , do I have really 1 chance on 5000 (average) by day to find a block?
I am on Nicehash to test and for the moment my best share is on 10 digits
It does not change since 5 days... can we really be lucky to find a block with this configuration ?

Newbie question
- this configuration against 100 ph/sec... How a 164 th/s can find a block before a 100 ph/sec using NH?
I don t understand the lucky part...

Hi there:

If I may add...................I have 13T running and my best share is  84,000,000,000+  No where near close but yesterday
my best share was 100,000,000+  It's all about the luck for us little guys
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April 16, 2020, 10:11:19 AM
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There was a miner not to long ago that hit a block with 400gh ...yes gigahash.
He was one seriously luck dude.
I think he set off the spark that took a bunch of old miner out of storage, or at least he did for me Smiley

I will give it to the halving and then go back to low power mode and chill.

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April 16, 2020, 12:38:34 PM
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Thanks for your answer ! I understand better now

But let’s go deeper:
- NH calls solo.ckpool stratum protocol to get new job
- NH launches the hash batch until to find a hash below the target

In this configuration, we have some latencies that create disavantages according to
Big master miner (I guess their server in China are close to bitcoin core block chain, they get directly the new block and starts the hashing

My point is :
- big master miner starts before us to iterate A + Nonce(0 to 2^32) with a 100 PH/s
- in our side, we start a micro seconds after to iterate with a 164 th/s

Even if we have no latency and we start together to iterate from 0 to 2^32, the big master miner will win for sure

How is it possible to be lucky with this ?
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April 16, 2020, 09:28:51 PM
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Thanks for your answer ! I understand better now

But let’s go deeper:
- NH calls solo.ckpool stratum protocol to get new job
- NH launches the hash batch until to find a hash below the target

In this configuration, we have some latencies that create disavantages according to
Big master miner (I guess their server in China are close to bitcoin core block chain, they get directly the new block and starts the hashing

My point is :
- big master miner starts before us to iterate A + Nonce(0 to 2^32) with a 100 PH/s
- in our side, we start a micro seconds after to iterate with a 164 th/s

Even if we have no latency and we start together to iterate from 0 to 2^32, the big master miner will win for sure

How is it possible to be lucky with this ?

I think phillipma explained the luck part the best.  If you are looking for logic in luck?  well, good luck with that! My little S9 probably
 won't hit a block, but it could! 
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April 16, 2020, 10:38:55 PM
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Thanks for your answer ! I understand better now

But let’s go deeper:
- NH calls solo.ckpool stratum protocol to get new job
- NH launches the hash batch until to find a hash below the target

In this configuration, we have some latencies that create disavantages according to
Big master miner (I guess their server in China are close to bitcoin core block chain, they get directly the new block and starts the hashing

My point is :
- big master miner starts before us to iterate A + Nonce(0 to 2^32) with a 100 PH/s
- in our side, we start a micro seconds after to iterate with a 164 th/s

Even if we have no latency and we start together to iterate from 0 to 2^32, the big master miner will win for sure

How is it possible to be lucky with this ?

okay lets agree that on every new block you are out numbered. the villian has six thousand x your hash.

and he gets a .1 tenth of a second head start.

since the average block is 1 every six hundred seconds. he has 600/599.9 edge and he has 6000 to 1 edge.

multiply and he jumps to 6002 to edge.

so every 6002 blocks or so you could beat him. with your hash if you hit 1 block in 5000 days your would have average luck.

snap holy shit you hit a fucking block right as i type damn that is great luck. or 5000 days from now zero blocks you start to reach the beginning of bad luck.

I have seen 12x blocks which is really unlucky.  it would be like you taking 60000 days to hit a block.

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April 17, 2020, 12:31:33 AM
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Excellent explanation!! Thks
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April 17, 2020, 03:05:11 PM
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Dear Bitcoin..

When block?  before asteroid please....?  Wink

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April 17, 2020, 03:10:05 PM
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Dear Bitcoin..

When block?  before asteroid please....?  Wink


Im saying..
We need to grab one of these mysterious blocks before this halving thing...
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April 17, 2020, 03:51:02 PM
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Dear Bitcoin..

When block?  before asteroid please....?  Wink


Im saying..
We need to grab one of these mysterious blocks before this halving thing...

My be something much bigger than the halving and sooner that could have a bigger impact on life as we know it.

So come on block where are you! Smiley

Good luck everyone!

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April 17, 2020, 07:02:23 PM
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we will burn a block and make a 100 PH/s Mining Rental für 24h

please join to make a block together...

--> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5239731.0

The idea came up to start a 100 PH/s run, that would really appeal to me...

Everyone can bet as much as he wants. The smallest sum is 0.15 BTC.
A possible profit is then paid out in percentage, depending on how much someone has invested.

With the current NiceHash price structure, we need 2.2 BTC to get at least 24 hours of mining.
The goal is to achieve at least 24 hours or more of mining at 100 PH/s.
Participants max. 15 pieces so that a block find is worthwhile for the investment.


We have at the moment
Summe Invest: 1,05 BTC
Participants 6   

We start if we have 2.2 BTC für ~24h or more...

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April 18, 2020, 05:13:37 PM
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fuck that was near, but not enough

http://solo.ckpool.org/users/1KDPG318M4weJmF8C3UVMVvzZvSPG9E68h

bestshare: 7.732.737.824.556

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