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jack3rror (OP)
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July 04, 2022, 09:31:26 AM
Last edit: July 04, 2022, 12:59:33 PM by jack3rror
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Recently, I received complaints about trust on my mining pool https://soloblocks.io

Some users don't know how to verify if you are mining on a legit work or if I a scamming you, so I decided to spend a few times about this issue. You can apply this method of retro engineering on whatever mining pool you want.

So here is a method to verify the jobs, to get the current payouts amounts and the current payouts address of the differents outputs of the current Block, from the jobs I send you via the pool (via netcat so)

Here is the tutorial : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5397166.msg60503248#msg60503248

I need help to implement a standalone application that does the extraction for me (don't have time, I have a side job Smiley )

As always : don't hesitate to mine on https://soloblocks.io.

My goal is to stay online for the next 50 years

SOLO Mining pool : soloblocks.io
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July 17, 2022, 01:46:12 PM
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You can go this site to find out last block details https://explorer.btc.com/btc/blocks

Then, check your block header data detail.  

previous hash and nbits must be the same as last block header detail.
ntime can be in 10 minutes varies.
merkleroot won't be same. Different pool got different merkleroot, ntime, version.

Different pools always got and hash different data of block header. except your pool is a sub-pool.


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October 22, 2022, 11:19:04 AM
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You can go this site to find out last block details https://explorer.btc.com/btc/blocks

Then, check your block header data detail.  

previous hash and nbits must be the same as last block header detail.
ntime can be in 10 minutes varies.
merkleroot won't be same. Different pool got different merkleroot, ntime, version.

Different pools always got and hash different data of block header. except your pool is a sub-pool.


I think you didn't understand the issue I fixed, sorry.

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