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April 18, 2020, 05:31:16 PM
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Looking good !! wish you luck
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April 18, 2020, 08:08:00 PM
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fuck that was near, but not enough

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

bestshare: 7.732.737.824.556

are we doing #11 ? ... i'm close to sure you doing it  Wink

please post a link! Sad, but i can't "afford" the 100PH run  Smiley

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April 19, 2020, 03:06:02 PM
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Ridiculous prices being paid on NH right now, even up to 0.1949 btc/PH/Day on a fixed order just now. What idiots are paying that much (12 times normal)? Or is it bots gone wrong?
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April 19, 2020, 04:54:29 PM
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fuck that was near, but not enough

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

bestshare: 7.732.737.824.556

are we doing #11 ? ... i'm close to sure you doing it  Wink

please post a link! Sad, but i can't "afford" the 100PH run  Smiley

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yes the price is crazy...

here the run numer 11 with 10 PH/s --> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5241819.0

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April 20, 2020, 07:03:52 AM
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next day, not really better



1-3 guys rent 360 PH/s  Shocked

one stupid guy payed 0.2715 BTC for a PH / day  Roll Eyes

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April 20, 2020, 09:45:49 AM
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next day, not really better



1-3 guys rent 360 PH/s  Shocked

one stupid guy payed 0.2715 BTC for a PH / day  Roll Eyes

It expensive until you hit a block (if they are solo mining).
Then they look like a boss...
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April 20, 2020, 01:51:46 PM
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next day, not really better



1-3 guys rent 360 PH/s  Shocked

one stupid guy payed 0.2715 BTC for a PH / day  Roll Eyes

It expensive until you hit a block (if they are solo mining).
Then they look like a boss...

Extreme investments bring extremely high profits but also with high risk

But I would think we should not judge him
Whatever floats his boat!

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April 20, 2020, 06:09:42 PM
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a lot of more mining power un EU and US market
seems like you get more return from renting than you do from mining  Roll Eyes

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April 21, 2020, 01:43:32 AM
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It expensive until you hit a block (if they are solo mining).
Then they look like a boss...

Paying 10 times more than the rest is not smart, paying more than what you actually need to pay is plain stupid, the guy was placing orders outbidding NOBODY but himself, he could literally obtain all the hash power he needed paying only 50% or less of what he actually paid and nobody would have outbid him, that dude was paying  8.154BTC for 90PH just to get a 1 in 9 chances for the whole day, in other words, he paid 68% of the potential reward which has 11.11% chance of getting him the remaining 32% which equal 4.3BTC and thus risking 2 to gain 1  Undecided .in simple English, stupid as hell as far as the numbers are concerned.

With that being said, I don't think the person is that stupid, I don't even think they were looking for profit, it's either a money laundry attempt or a software bug.

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April 24, 2020, 08:28:23 PM
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I have something to add here.

This is by far THE best solo pool to go with;  for anyone whom reads this.

I just checked BTC.com stats and it reads that this pool only found one block last month, and one other block in February. That's all the blocks that have been found this year. To be fair that was when the difficulty was at its highest so I'm impressed that you guys managed to find some blocks during that time. Given that the halving will happen next month, if that drives up the difficulty (perhaps mining hardware will become cheaper?) it's really going to hurt solo pools' chances of finding a block.

But anyway hope you find another block before the halving.

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April 24, 2020, 08:46:52 PM
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I just checked BTC.com stats and it reads that this pool only found one block last month, and one other block in February. That's all the blocks that have been found this year. To be fair that was when the difficulty was at its highest so I'm impressed that you guys managed to find some blocks during that time. Given that the halving will happen next month, if that drives up the difficulty (perhaps mining hardware will become cheaper?) it's really going to hurt solo pools' chances of finding a block.

But anyway hope you find another block before the halving.
You are confusing how a solo pool operates with how 'normal' pools work.
With a solo pool the total hash rate pointed at it and how many blocks are being found is pretty much meaningless because only the miner that finds a block is paid (+ the pool operator through their fee). All a solo pool does is provide an easy way to mine on your own exclusively for your benefit. The chances of you finding a block all depends on what your individual hash rate is.

A 'normal' pool is different in that the total hash rate very much matters because all it takes is one miner finding a block for everyone to get paid though of course the reward will be split among everyone in the pool. The bigger the pool (more hash) the better the odds are that *someone* in it will find a block.

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April 24, 2020, 10:58:16 PM
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Hi everyone , hope you are well in the crazy global climate we are living in  - not sure why the new group as havent visited in a while..........

Anyway.....I was wondering when the last block was solved and how much power it took?
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April 24, 2020, 11:14:31 PM
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Hi everyone , hope you are well in the crazy global climate we are living in  - not sure why the new group as havent visited in a while..........

Anyway.....I was wondering when the last block was solved and how much power it took?

Last block solver was a lucky one indeed with. 400T and the one before was a super lucky block with 400gh I believe. 


400T Block
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https://btc.com/0000000000000000000ea078100e319ed6efafcd6b324c1a3c74974e71ab53f2

[2020-03-10 05:42:01.998] Possible block solve diff 19243448035695.964844 !
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.569] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.739] Solved and confirmed block 621073 by 3AB5cAfYjZGc67gMewzRvgH4mZZCuAv1zG
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.740] User 3AB5cAfYjZGc67gMewzRvgH4mZZCuAv1zG:{"hashrate1m": "414T", "hashrate5m": "393T", "hashrate1hr": "408T", "hashrate1d": "459T", "hashrate7d": "432T"}
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.740] Worker 3AB5cAfYjZGc67gMewzRvgH4mZZCuAv1zG:{"hashrate1m": "674T", "hashrate5m": "431T", "hashrate1hr": "410T", "hashrate1d": "455T", "hashrate7d": "423T"}
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.741] Block solved after 2227522202594 shares at 13.5% diff


400GH/S Block ** VERY LUCKY **
Code:

https://btc.com/0000000000000000000cc594ebac00d8cd1ecd5f9155aaddfd9c45eec1955ee9

[2020-02-23 02:14:08.173] Possible block solve diff 22038444263987.183594 !
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.333] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.335] Solved and confirmed block 618616 by 1EvRn2MkeSxrEH4mdq6vPceCrEEuGkeysR.Pi01_450
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.335] User 1EvRn2MkeSxrEH4mdq6vPceCrEEuGkeysR:{"hashrate1m": "448G", "hashrate5m": "396G", "hashrate1hr": "397G", "hashrate1d": "387G", "hashrate7d": "210G"}
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.335] Worker 1EvRn2MkeSxrEH4mdq6vPceCrEEuGkeysR.Pi01_450:{"hashrate1m": "430G", "hashrate5m": "336G", "hashrate1hr": "312G", "hashrate1d": "300G", "hashrate7d": "162G"}
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.336] Block solved after 14023724725583 shares at 90.2% diff


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April 24, 2020, 11:22:52 PM
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Hi everyone , hope you are well in the crazy global climate we are living in  - not sure why the new group as havent visited in a while..........

Anyway.....I was wondering when the last block was solved and how much power it took?

Last block solver was a lucky one indeed with. 400T and the one before was a super lucky block with 400gh I believe. 


400T Block
Code:
https://btc.com/0000000000000000000ea078100e319ed6efafcd6b324c1a3c74974e71ab53f2

[2020-03-10 05:42:01.998] Possible block solve diff 19243448035695.964844 !
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.569] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.739] Solved and confirmed block 621073 by 3AB5cAfYjZGc67gMewzRvgH4mZZCuAv1zG
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.740] User 3AB5cAfYjZGc67gMewzRvgH4mZZCuAv1zG:{"hashrate1m": "414T", "hashrate5m": "393T", "hashrate1hr": "408T", "hashrate1d": "459T", "hashrate7d": "432T"}
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.740] Worker 3AB5cAfYjZGc67gMewzRvgH4mZZCuAv1zG:{"hashrate1m": "674T", "hashrate5m": "431T", "hashrate1hr": "410T", "hashrate1d": "455T", "hashrate7d": "423T"}
[2020-03-10 05:42:02.741] Block solved after 2227522202594 shares at 13.5% diff


400GH/S Block ** VERY LUCKY **
Code:

https://btc.com/0000000000000000000cc594ebac00d8cd1ecd5f9155aaddfd9c45eec1955ee9

[2020-02-23 02:14:08.173] Possible block solve diff 22038444263987.183594 !
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.333] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.335] Solved and confirmed block 618616 by 1EvRn2MkeSxrEH4mdq6vPceCrEEuGkeysR.Pi01_450
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.335] User 1EvRn2MkeSxrEH4mdq6vPceCrEEuGkeysR:{"hashrate1m": "448G", "hashrate5m": "396G", "hashrate1hr": "397G", "hashrate1d": "387G", "hashrate7d": "210G"}
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.335] Worker 1EvRn2MkeSxrEH4mdq6vPceCrEEuGkeysR.Pi01_450:{"hashrate1m": "430G", "hashrate5m": "336G", "hashrate1hr": "312G", "hashrate1d": "300G", "hashrate7d": "162G"}
[2020-02-23 02:14:08.336] Block solved after 14023724725583 shares at 90.2% diff




wow thats pretty impressive 400th is impressive enough but GHS - thats the luckiest thing ive ever seen  ! I been thinking about getting a few S9's to have some hash rate in the house and do a big rented one as and when.. missed an listing on 5 x s9s on ebay - they went for £200 (no psus) was annoyed!

Thanks for info appreciated
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April 24, 2020, 11:31:48 PM
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Even 400T is very lucky right now there's been a large amount of hash trying to solve some blocks before the halving some really big rentals going on in the markets going by some accounts so really lucky with even 400T let alone the 400GH/S miner.

Luck of the draw as they say!


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April 25, 2020, 01:40:06 AM
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really lucky with even 400T let alone the 400GH/S miner.

Given the current difficulty and in the grand scheme of things, with 4T, 40T, 400T or even 4000T you still need to be lucky as hell to hit a block, I think about it like jumping off the 50th floor vs 100th floor, while the distance is double on the latter, how likely are you to survive after jumping off any of those levels? pretty much the same if you ask me.  Cheesy

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really lucky with even 400T let alone the 400GH/S miner.

Given the current difficulty and in the grand scheme of things, with 4T, 40T, 400T or even 4000T you still need to be lucky as hell to hit a block, I think about it like jumping off the 50th floor vs 100th floor, while the distance is double on the latter, how likely are you to survive after jumping off any of those levels? pretty much the same if you ask me.  Cheesy

you have better odds of surviving a 50th floor jump, because when you arrive at the 50th floor, your mind has cleared and decided not to jump and you turn back around and head down the elevator. but if your stubborn ass made it to the 100th floor? the issues are real and odds are, your ass is going to jump from that 100th floor Grin Grin Grin
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April 25, 2020, 04:58:03 AM
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"bestshare": 9528409391677
damn!!!! who hit that share?   was it a rental?
almost there.
i feel a BTCblockBTC coming.
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April 27, 2020, 09:14:34 AM
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can i mine with a BECH32 (P2WPKH) --> bc1q6lj97gc2mnntxuw2eu52t62x2g2zue42h20daa adress on this solo pool?
not that we find a block and not get paid?

i mined bevor only with BASE58 (P2PKH) adresses.

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April 27, 2020, 09:24:00 AM
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can i mine with a BECH32 (P2WPKH) --> bc1q6lj97gc2mnntxuw2eu52t62x2g2zue42h20daa adress on this solo pool?
not that we find a block and not get paid?

i mined bevor only with BASE58 (P2PKH) adresses.

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