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June 04, 2014, 08:44:33 AM
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Block 304156 was found by the pool. User 6b98d33a got the 0.0474 BTC transaction fees as the block finder. Nice to have a short one.

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June 04, 2014, 01:12:40 PM
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Block 304156 was found by the pool. User 6b98d33a got the 0.0474 BTC transaction fees as the block finder. Nice to have a short one.

Woot woot!

That'll help keep all us MMPool fans at bay for a little while Smiley

But we're pretty impatient, so I wouldn't be surprised if the groaning comes back near 50% CDF, haha

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June 04, 2014, 02:48:10 PM
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Agreed, I like the pool but infrequent payments are killer. Another crazy idea from me here, but could we possibly mine at a another pool that is semi small to merge us together and then over time as we get move users on the pool we split away again?
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June 04, 2014, 03:18:39 PM
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I am not sure what causes this, but I see a lot of variation in the DGM Estimate for workers who have been mining since the beginning of this round.  They all have similar shares, PPS, and hash rate, but 0.031 to 0.088 for the DGM Estimate.  Can anyone explain why this is?

Rank  Id             DGM Estimate   PPS             Shares         Rate (MHash/s)
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26     b1370967    0.08870520    0.00023902    1,258,032    189,418
27     92ca6782    0.07987875    0.00023875    1,256,624    186,745
28     1c5ecddf    0.03129269       0.00023657    1,245,148    193,025
29     50617a48    0.07995814    0.00023484    1,236,000    187,547
30     e4f4a935    0.03138867       0.00022465    1,182,384    180,102
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June 04, 2014, 03:41:52 PM
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I am not sure what causes this, but I see a lot of variation in the DGM Estimate for workers who have been mining since the beginning of this round.  They all have similar shares, PPS, and hash rate, but 0.031 to 0.088 for the DGM Estimate.  Can anyone explain why this is?

Rank  Id             DGM Estimate   PPS             Shares         Rate (MHash/s)
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26     b1370967    0.08870520    0.00023902    1,258,032    189,418
27     92ca6782    0.07987875    0.00023875    1,256,624    186,745
28     1c5ecddf    0.03129269       0.00023657    1,245,148    193,025
29     50617a48    0.07995814    0.00023484    1,236,000    187,547
30     e4f4a935    0.03138867       0.00022465    1,182,384    180,102
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I'm no expert, but here's a shot:

The DGM will incorporate previous round work as well.  So the two Id's with lower DGM estimates must be new here; I recall someone posting saying they were pointing their 200 GH/s here, so that's likely one of the users.

Keep in mind power outages will make people lose some shares for certain rounds.

The thing I can never keep straight is the number of shares... if I set my worker difficulty to 256 and someone else sets theirs to 16, do I display a lower share count?  I don't think so and I think it evens out, but as I said, I have no idea the details behind this.

All I'm confident is that MMPool pays out very fair and consistent amounts (disregarding the inherent luck involved with DGM, but that's a decision I'm cool with) and is an overall awesome pool.

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June 04, 2014, 03:54:04 PM
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I put together a scatter of the top 90 accounts using DGM payout vs number of shares...

A few outliars, but most are similar along the 0.06 line (which is DGM estimated payout per number of shares multiplied by a million or so to get the number readable in two digits:


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June 04, 2014, 04:27:36 PM
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Much thanks for the explanation!

I did not realize that the previous rounds work was used in the calculation.  Log term will be just fine.  Up till now I did not have a dedicated rig pointing at this pool, but I now have one dedicated to this pool.  Will add more as time and $ permits, but leasing a few and dedicating a few rigs seems to be a good mix of btc luck for me.
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June 04, 2014, 04:30:07 PM
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Much thanks for the explanation!

I did not realize that the previous rounds work was used in the calculation.  Log term will be just fine.  Up till now I did not have a dedicated rig pointing at this pool, but I now have one dedicated to this pool.  Will add more as time and $ permits, but leasing a few and dedicating a few rigs seems to be a good mix of btc luck for me.

yep, if you shut off your rigs, I believe you'll continue to get some payouts even for blocks that you submit no shares... not sure how long before the DGM payouts become zero again.. I'll leave that for those who are smarter than I to explain.

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June 04, 2014, 07:57:22 PM
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Much thanks for the explanation!

I did not realize that the previous rounds work was used in the calculation.  Log term will be just fine.  Up till now I did not have a dedicated rig pointing at this pool, but I now have one dedicated to this pool.  Will add more as time and $ permits, but leasing a few and dedicating a few rigs seems to be a good mix of btc luck for me.

yep, if you shut off your rigs, I believe you'll continue to get some payouts even for blocks that you submit no shares... not sure how long before the DGM payouts become zero again.. I'll leave that for those who are smarter than I to explain.

yes that is correct. I recently changed my withdrawal address(meaning made a new account) but my old account has been getting payments tho I am not mining.
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June 05, 2014, 09:25:33 PM
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Block 304388 was found by the pool. User 6b98d33a got the 0.0173 BTC transaction fees as the block finder.

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June 05, 2014, 10:24:00 PM
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Awesome!
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June 06, 2014, 12:34:31 PM
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Woot! Block Party!


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June 07, 2014, 04:17:51 PM
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what did I miss?  Grin
glad to be back... I powered down all my old rigging, and bought myself some shiny new spondoolies-tech

ramping up now  Smiley

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June 08, 2014, 01:00:55 AM
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what did I miss?  Grin
glad to be back... I powered down all my old rigging, and bought myself some shiny new spondoolies-tech

ramping up now  Smiley

Nice!

I fired up 6 more cointerras today and my buddy fired up 2!  Woohoo!

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June 08, 2014, 05:27:27 AM
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what did I miss?  Grin
glad to be back... I powered down all my old rigging, and bought myself some shiny new spondoolies-tech

ramping up now  Smiley

Nice!

I fired up 6 more cointerras today and my buddy fired up 2!  Woohoo!

I should have another couple of SP10's on mmpool by the end of the month.

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June 08, 2014, 07:11:04 AM
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I'm missing so much on the thread!

I just finished updating my Android API-Monitor: 'LiteMonitor' and I finally added MMPool.

https://github.com/Proteu5/LiteMonitor

I originally made it for myself to check my stats at work and not deal with URL's and Apps, when i'm sneaking my phone haha. It's a work in progress, but does its job perfectly.

Coded in Python and needs Android App QPython; no extra libraries.
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June 08, 2014, 09:26:10 AM
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what did I miss?  Grin
glad to be back... I powered down all my old rigging, and bought myself some shiny new spondoolies-tech

ramping up now  Smiley

Nice!

I fired up 6 more cointerras today and my buddy fired up 2!  Woohoo!

I should have another couple of SP10's on mmpool by the end of the month.

Woah, is Spondoolies-Tech the new leaders in bitcoin mining hardware?  I take it you have some hardware already?

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June 08, 2014, 09:47:31 AM
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what did I miss?  Grin
glad to be back... I powered down all my old rigging, and bought myself some shiny new spondoolies-tech

ramping up now  Smiley

Nice!

I fired up 6 more cointerras today and my buddy fired up 2!  Woohoo!

I should have another couple of SP10's on mmpool by the end of the month.

Woah, is Spondoolies-Tech the new leaders in bitcoin mining hardware?  I take it you have some hardware already?

well.... i fear I may have spoken too soon. Sad

June batch is now sold out - this is the final batch of SP10 - so next rig I will be able to get my hands on from SP-Tech is the SP30 (September batch)
I'm hoping that I can get at least one more SP10 - if someone cancels an order; I've emailed them to keep me on the cancellations list.

ho-hum, if you're not fast, you're last!
anyway, slightly off topic now, but it is good to be back mining and seeing what has evolved with bitparking since I powered down, great things!

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June 08, 2014, 10:08:56 AM
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what did I miss?  Grin
glad to be back... I powered down all my old rigging, and bought myself some shiny new spondoolies-tech

ramping up now  Smiley

Nice!

I fired up 6 more cointerras today and my buddy fired up 2!  Woohoo!

I should have another couple of SP10's on mmpool by the end of the month.

Woah, is Spondoolies-Tech the new leaders in bitcoin mining hardware?  I take it you have some hardware already?

well.... i fear I may have spoken too soon. Sad

June batch is now sold out - this is the final batch of SP10 - so next rig I will be able to get my hands on from SP-Tech is the SP30 (September batch)
I'm hoping that I can get at least one more SP10 - if someone cancels an order; I've emailed them to keep me on the cancellations list.

ho-hum, if you're not fast, you're last!
anyway, slightly off topic now, but it is good to be back mining and seeing what has evolved with bitparking since I powered down, great things!

This world moves quick for sure!  I hope I can do my homework to determine whether I want to buy a Sept SP30 before they sell out.

Do they only accept bitcoin and wire transfer?

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June 08, 2014, 03:03:38 PM
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Use this pool now

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