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June 30, 2020, 04:15:16 PM
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We could lower this to 0.1 per user if everyone thinks 0.125 is too much.

That was 1% of the 12.5 BTC Block.  So now shouldn't it be .0625 for the 6.25 BTC Blocks?

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June 30, 2020, 04:29:03 PM
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We could lower this to 0.1 per user if everyone thinks 0.125 is too much.

That was 1% of the 12.5 BTC Block.  So now shouldn't it be .0625 for the 6.25 BTC Blocks?

Good call os2sam I would be happy to mod the amount down to this to suit.

@ 0.0625 x 10 = 0.625 BTC


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June 30, 2020, 04:41:19 PM
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CK Solo Block Hunters New List.

0.0625 BTC buy in for the chance to earn 0.625 BTC on a successful block solve
 
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Get your names in guys let's push

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July 01, 2020, 03:35:15 PM
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Code:
"shares": 69000096394,

For the love of god yield bitcoin lol  Cheesy

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July 01, 2020, 06:17:06 PM
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"shares": 69000096394,

For the love of god yield bitcoin lol  Cheesy


Dono how long you've been going and at what hash but that's not many shares. I have  67651195620 shares from 43 th after 1.5 months.
When I "found" that block from the bad server I had only 23030196752 shares after like a month or 2 It's all luck of the draw.
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July 01, 2020, 07:02:57 PM
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For the love of god yield bitcoin lol  Cheesy


Dono how long you've been going and at what hash but that's not many shares. I have  67651195620 shares from 43 th after 1.5 months.
When I "found" that block from the bad server I had only 23030196752 shares after like a month or 2 It's all luck of the draw.

Years...

Still had some S3+ on there from back in the day they don't have much hashrate at all moved to a V9 only now retired the S3's for good there tucked away to become history some day!

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July 10, 2020, 03:40:22 AM
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why isnt the mining hash power dropping!!!!! Angry
this diff is rough
been on this high forever "bestshare": 146472529233.5997
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July 10, 2020, 06:59:46 AM
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why isnt the mining hash power dropping!!!!! Angry
this diff is rough
been on this high forever "bestshare": 146472529233.5997

I guess the first batches of the S19 miners arrived and are online.  Tongue Tongue
Next days could be interesting to watch how the hashpower will behave.
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Code:
Difficulty: 17345948872516.06
Difficulty target: 124 EH/s
1w: 112 (10%)
2w: 112 (10%)
1mo: 98 (26%)
3mo: 114 (8%)

Difficulty target All Time High! Old target: 115  (54 days since last record)

Difficulty is at All Time High, ladies and gentlemen Smiley

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July 15, 2020, 03:58:32 PM
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Code:
Difficulty: 17345948872516.06
Difficulty target: 124 EH/s
1w: 112 (10%)
2w: 112 (10%)
1mo: 98 (26%)
3mo: 114 (8%)

Difficulty target All Time High! Old target: 115  (54 days since last record)

Difficulty is at All Time High, ladies and gentlemen Smiley

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Seems like a lot of new gear is hitting the network now I would expect a lot more to come online next few weeks as lockdown restrictions start to ease around the world and shipping start to get back on track.

Note still game for a block hunt guys if anyone is wanting to jump in list is above just quote it and add yourself to the list!


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July 16, 2020, 01:46:11 AM
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Code:
Difficulty: 17345948872516.06
Difficulty target: 124 EH/s
1w: 112 (10%)
2w: 112 (10%)
1mo: 98 (26%)
3mo: 114 (8%)

Difficulty target All Time High! Old target: 115  (54 days since last record)

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What do you mean by Difficulty target: 124 EH/s ? that's more like the current hashrate ! please elaborate, also calling Bitcoin "Bitcoin core" suggests that there is another Bitcoin, something that BCH and BSV people do to give the impression that thier versions of Bitcoin are also Bitcoin and not altcoins, if you get rid of the "core" thingy I would certainly love to join your channel.  Grin

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July 16, 2020, 02:42:52 AM
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please elaborate, also calling Bitcoin "Bitcoin core"

maybe he is talking about the bitcoin core wallet/node which is for Bitcoin not any of the shitty alts

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Feeling lucky!
1/4 PH rental in place!
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Feeling lucky!
1/4 PH rental in place!
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Well, according to http://solochance.com (since I am too lazy to do that maths) you have 1 in 400,094 chance in every block that comes from now until your rental is finished, and just like the rest of us you need a ton of luck, so I wish you the best of ot.

maybe he is talking about the bitcoin core wallet/node which is for Bitcoin not any of the shitty alts

Given the context, I am 100% possitive that he refers to BTC as bitcore core and nothing else,  kindly correct me if I am mistaken.

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July 17, 2020, 10:39:20 PM
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Given the context, I am 100% possitive that he refers to BTC as bitcore core and nothing else,  kindly correct me if I am mistaken.
I agree with you, and that puts his post as a borderline shitcoin fork troll, unintentional or not.

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Given the context, I am 100% possitive that he refers to BTC as bitcore core and nothing else,  kindly correct me if I am mistaken.

Well, when I say Bitcoin Core I am talking about https://bitcoin.org/en/download

so when he said bitcoin core notifications - it makes me think that is what he talking about

I dont know him though nor did I look into his history so I have no real context other than his post. so I defer to you all as you all sound a bit more familiar with him.

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July 18, 2020, 02:13:05 PM
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Sounds like you are right @MoparMiningLLC judging by his thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5262230.msg54816859#msg54816859

He's just pulling data out of his Bitcoin Core node (which is the official name according to bitcoin.org, well its on the website when you go to download the wallet)

Then he has written a Telegram bot to display the info which, whether it is useful or not, looks like this:

Code:
Bitcoin Node stats:

Downloaded: 1252 MB
Uploaded: 7864 MB
Connections: 13
Onion address: b..y.onion:8333
Onion service score: 167
Node earnings: 0.00187944 BTC (13.8 GBP)

Softforks:
bip34     buried,true    7yr 10mo ago
bip65     buried,true    4yr 9mo ago
bip66     buried,true    5yr 3mo ago
csv       buried,true    4yr 2mo ago
segwit    buried,true    3yr 0mo ago

Tx feerate 10 min:   71.7 sat/byte
Tx feerate 1 hrs:    71.7 sat/byte
Tx feerate 6 hrs:    41.9 sat/byte
Tx feerate 12 hrs:   18.1 sat/byte
Tx feerate 1 day:    1.2 sat/byte
Tx feerate 3 days:   1.1 sat/byte

Mempool: 46291 Tx / 40218 KB

Difficulty: 17345948872516.06
Difficulty target: 124 EH/s
1w: 112 (10%)
2w: 112 (10%)
1mo: 112 (10%)
3mo: 114 (8%)

Difficulty change ETA: 9d:9h:30m (1353 blocks)

Network hashrate: 100 EH/s
1d: 108 (-7%)
1w: 124 (-19%)
1mo: 93 (7%)
3mo: 112 (-10%)

There doesn't seem to be any ulterior motive for his choice of wording as far as I can tell.

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July 20, 2020, 05:24:58 PM
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I was wondering why some should need that Service, but then I followed Biffas link and found:

I wrote free telegram bot to be up to date with my Bitcoin Core node. It shows all interesting stats.
My node is Tor network only, it does not accept normal connections, everything is through Tor.

That explains the reason for the bot then.

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July 21, 2020, 06:40:06 AM
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Hi All ...

What would be the 'best' machine to buy (in bulk) for a farm? ...

Electricity would not be an issue, nor would cost of said electricity. The best value for money so that mining on these pools would be a beneficial effort.

Any advice would be great. i/we are more GPU Miners, and ASIC is still a fresh consideration for the money to be invested into hardware. As i see a few of these miners have issues with connection and meddling with settings to hook up, but most seem to be a PlugnPlay scenario.

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Hi All ...

What would be the 'best' machine to buy (in bulk) for a farm? ...

Electricity would not be an issue, nor would cost of said electricity. The best value for money so that mining on these pools would be a beneficial effort.

Any advice would be great. i/we are more GPU Miners, and ASIC is still a fresh consideration for the money to be invested into hardware. As i see a few of these miners have issues with connection and meddling with settings to hook up, but most seem to be a PlugnPlay scenario.

Thanks In Advance,

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Not sure why you ask here.  But low cost used gear like the t17 would be one choice. A lot depends on the price you pay per th.

A t17 doing 40th earns 40 x 0.07 = 2.80 a day  if you got it for 400. in 150 days you would have 150 x 2.80 = 420

This is an option for you if you can find 400 usd t17 miners.

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