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May 30, 2017, 09:03:15 PM
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I'll be the first to admit I don't understand all there is to know about BTC mining/pools.   So, if a block was hit, there would still be overlap in your account that you would need to wait until the next block to collect?   I was just trying to get a conversation going because the hash rate has been pretty low and not sure that at these odds it was still probable to hit another one.   

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May 30, 2017, 11:34:57 PM
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I'll be the first to admit I don't understand all there is to know about BTC mining/pools.   So, if a block was hit, there would still be overlap in your account that you would need to wait until the next block to collect?   I was just trying to get a conversation going because the hash rate has been pretty low and not sure that at these odds it was still probable to hit another one.   

yep  this is the only pool with the overlap method.

so if we hit today.

the top guy would overlap  to say six coins I would overlap to 1 for each of my 2 accounts


so between us we would be leaving more then 8 coins on the table

so for me  if we hit today  and mined for 2 more blocks  or 1 more block  I could adjust.

this pool had a nice system but never got the support it deserves .

If we had a steady 5ph we would be a great pool.  it would be around a block every 6 or 7 days.

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May 31, 2017, 12:34:48 PM
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i would gladly point some hash here if merge mining was working - it's been so long since it did though.......

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May 31, 2017, 01:45:31 PM
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yea, whats the story?
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May 31, 2017, 03:22:13 PM
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I'll be the first to admit I don't understand all there is to know about BTC mining/pools.   So, if a block was hit, there would still be overlap in your account that you would need to wait until the next block to collect?   I was just trying to get a conversation going because the hash rate has been pretty low and not sure that at these odds it was still probable to hit another one.   

yep  this is the only pool with the overlap method.

so if we hit today.

the top guy would overlap  to say six coins I would overlap to 1 for each of my 2 accounts


so between us we would be leaving more then 8 coins on the table

so for me  if we hit today  and mined for 2 more blocks  or 1 more block  I could adjust.

this pool had a nice system but never got the support it deserves .

If we had a steady 5ph we would be a great pool.  it would be around a block every 6 or 7 days.


Well, it was a great system for the time but times have changed.  Maybe something that can be re-arranged that would be more fair the miners due to the current difficulty.


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June 27, 2017, 02:49:25 AM
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There was a few minutes of downtime as some pool maintenance was done. The pool is now running bitcoind 0.14.2 and an updated version of the pool software.

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June 27, 2017, 07:54:44 AM
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and an updated version of the pool software.
This is great news. The NMC withdrawal issue is still there, though.  Cry


The pool is now running bitcoind 0.14.2
This is the perfect opportunity to have a look at namecoind 0.14.99  Wink
Latest commit 14 hours ago at the time of writing this post.
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June 27, 2017, 08:31:07 AM
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and an updated version of the pool software.
This is great news. The NMC withdrawal issue is still there, though.  Cry


The pool is now running bitcoind 0.14.2
This is the perfect opportunity to have a look at namecoind 0.14.99  Wink
Latest commit 14 hours ago at the time of writing this post.
The software updated was the ckpool pool software that the server runs for the stratum proxy. Next is the front end software which will fix the NMC withdrawal issue. Now that we're on the latest BTC and hopefully there won't be any major refactorings for a while I can finish the merge mining work.

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June 29, 2017, 04:06:41 AM
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(2) Withdrawing NMC comes up with a "connect: null" message box.
This should now be fixed. Please let me know if there are any other withdrawal issues.

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July 08, 2017, 11:55:30 AM
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Block  yeah!

1.772 in tx fees


https://blockchain.info/block-height/474762

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July 08, 2017, 02:48:51 PM
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Block  yeah!

1.772 in tx fees


https://blockchain.info/block-height/474762
Noice!!

DGM Estimated Round Payout (BTC)   0.00915220
Pending BTC Payments   0.01216833

What are the chances of reintroducing UNO mergedmining?

it would be very much appreciated if it could be arranged!
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July 09, 2017, 02:48:57 AM
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We could use merged coins if possible.

I also think  the block is confirmed.  

https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1Dn9QWCCwWjEiCdPcn34x2pw97aiY3k1cP/transactions

https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/8817798d84b775b9c60e9336241ed5dab47c0d631169a300eee956eec117c1bf#tx_messages

Maybe  we will see the coins soon.


https://btc.com/1Dn9QWCCwWjEiCdPcn34x2pw97aiY3k1cP

https://btc.com/8817798d84b775b9c60e9336241ed5dab47c0d631169a300eee956eec117c1bf


I could use mine.

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July 09, 2017, 12:05:58 PM
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cheers.

was starting to wonder..

how can we put the merge back into mergeminingpool?

i want me some mm, pool
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July 09, 2017, 01:44:10 PM
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cheers.

was starting to wonder..

how can we put the merge back into mergeminingpool?

i want me some mm, pool

Would be nice to bring some coins on.

Would also be nice to get paid for this block.

Lastly  I wonder who hit the block  it is 1.7 btc payout bonus.

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July 09, 2017, 04:56:13 PM
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This should now be fixed. Please let me know if there are any other withdrawal issues.
Works like a charm, thanks.


i want me some mm, pool
Me too. Eagerly awaiting our first Namecoin block after a long while Wink
BTW, Bitminter made one of its rare appearances on the Namecoin blockchain recently, block # 350105 Wink Wink


Lastly  I wonder who hit the block  it is 1.7 btc payout bonus.
I hope it was me (translates as: I desperately want this 1.7 btc bonus Grin ). The strange thing is that this was the third time I found a block just hours (and this time just minutes) after I manually added a single large-scale order at nicehash. My mediocre maths understanding had assumed that there is no difference in luck between mining 8 hours at 1 Petahash/s and mining 1 hour at 8 Petahash/s. Wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction as to where i am missing a non-linear component in the equation?
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July 09, 2017, 06:41:47 PM
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This should now be fixed. Please let me know if there are any other withdrawal issues.
Works like a charm, thanks.


i want me some mm, pool
Me too. Eagerly awaiting our first Namecoin block after a long while Wink
BTW, Bitminter made one of its rare appearances on the Namecoin blockchain recently, block # 350105 Wink Wink


Lastly  I wonder who hit the block  it is 1.7 btc payout bonus.
I hope it was me (translates as: I desperately want this 1.7 btc bonus Grin ). The strange thing is that this was the third time I found a block just hours (and this time just minutes) after I manually added a single large-scale order at nicehash. My mediocre maths understanding had assumed that there is no difference in luck between mining 8 hours at 1 Petahash/s and mining 1 hour at 8 Petahash/s. Wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction as to where i am missing a non-linear component in the equation?

don't know who hit this one yesterday

1278   pending   2017-07-08 07:59   3281:27:53   pending   pending   13.23074030   0.00000000   1,333,227,827,310   pending


dont' know  if you got this one  but 1.7 bonus is nice

Where you at a high  hash when it hit?  When I woke up you were doing a huge number like 9ph but that was 3 hours after  it was hit.




1277   454049   2017-02-21 15:31   04:45:38   7fa36312   14.04780098   8.79793608   0.00000000   9,661,581,462   valid

his/her bonus was 1.54

@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

you hit these 3

1276   454022   2017-02-21 10:45   29:49:44            a5d78fff   16.79514208   10.82574887   0.00000000   63,544,774,599     valid
1275   453846   2017-02-20 04:55   1595:47:22    a5d78fff   13.43780156   12.89178022   0.00000000   874,823,643,644   valid
1274   443595   2016-12-15 17:08   1864:55:06   a5d78fff   13.54762711   12.81299142   0.00000000   149,387,099,371   valid


your 3 bonus = 4.29 + 0.93 + 1.04 = 6.26 btc
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I hit this one
1273   431996   2016-09-29 00:13   4354:19:51   c932f3ed   12.55245514   19.17831775   1.74500187   233,420,521,286   valid

my bonus was 0.0524  back in sept 2016




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July 09, 2017, 06:55:02 PM
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He is going to have to end  the winner take all on tx fees.

Philipma1957  and cassini    mined  77,000,000   shares  the pool mined 77,800,000

They say they rent the hash from nice hash.

So the chance one of them wins the tx id price is hgher then 98% at this moment

 How can they verify that  they hit the block if they rent from nice hash.

       The pool op can say  anyone hit the block

1   a5d78fff   8.40227818   0.00000000   58,914,090,138      1,226,834,239
2   71602a00   1.56213980   0.00000000   17,887,719,872        443,688,394       these three are philipma1957 and cassini
3   c932f3ed   0.58567508   0.00000000       220,803,744                7,674,348



4   b47d0910   0.01603871   0.00000000   189,206,136         6,768,707
5   a9dc856b   0.02565863   0.00000000   141,535,247            6,213,671
6   dad84f7a   0.01281933   0.00000000   117,829,363          9,178,616
7   433aa491   0.04184463   0.00000000   79,419,392           2,753,666
8   add58b01   0.00615054   0.00000000   33,464,672           1,189,220
9   7a6d3ba4   0.00913973   0.00000000   32,515,567          1,179,851


10   6bee0a6a   0.01028137   0.00000000   30,776,460   1,089,842        What if the pool op says  this person hit the block?


11   7fa36312   0.20673219   0.00000000   29,354,166   1,022,524
12   b053596e   0.00539819   0.00000000   13,262,760   452,976
13   8b36feaa   0.00566014   0.00000000   13,235,995   446,784
14   7aaf39da   0.00025224   0.00000000   4,509,801           0
15   e412b841   0.00144034   0.00000000   4,254,464         154,142
16   4b9a1081   0.00006667   0.00000000   2,503,586          110,255
17   786c5978   0.00005493   0.00000000   2,123,864            0
18   4a800e93   0.00093957   0.00000000   1,773,550             60,308
19   a4fa60ab   0.00003678   0.00000000   1,485,802           0
20   53dc3b90   0.00017163   0.00000000   1,177,696      36,908
21   17d72fdf   0.00396493   0.00000000   741,886               0
22   b4fff15b   0.00025063   0.00000000   390,158           15,075
23   dfa480c2   0.00000813   0.00000000   337,994                0
24   08a25056   0.00014898   0.00000000   312,661          10,129
25   cf6f299d   0.00718810   0.00000000   296,670            0
26   551334d4   0.00014737   0.00000000   286,749      9,857
27   59c8ff9a   0.00012986   0.00000000   260,462       9,170
28   b6035847   0.00007980   0.00000000   173,205      5,959
29   541d5a36   0.00001753   0.00000000   171,909       7,817   Worse what if pool op says this person hit the block?
30   3c089926   0.00000329   0.00000000   137,216   0
31   8fbb0d4d   0.00006979   0.00000000   135,456   0
32   10eddea2   0.00004968   0.00000000   119,288   5,189
33   2b51f76c   0.00008457   0.00000000   103,392   16,951
34   44f86611   0.00003298   0.00000000   76,751   2,417
35   556dfd30   0.00002115   0.00000000   74,597   2,645
36   64993020   0.00002942   0.00000000   58,630   1,890
37   e3e96ea4   0.00001024   0.00000000   51,222   1,766
38   94477c6b   0.00000118   0.00000000   42,848   0
39   0042ec5d   0.00000967   0.00000000   18,901   0
40   9944afd3   0.00002677   0.00000000   18,492   1,062
41   1a53c8f5   0.00000240   0.00000000   11,922   350
42   3086b872   0.00000062   0.00000000   4,096   0



Not saying the pool op is bad  just saying    1.7 coins =  4000 plus dollars  with no verification possible. That is very tempting.
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July 10, 2017, 12:17:50 AM
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I'm processing the block now. Expect the announcement of who got the fees and release of the coins shortly.

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July 10, 2017, 12:32:15 AM
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Block 474762 was found by user a5d78fff earning them an additional 1.70101753 BTC in transaction fees. Coins are now available for withdrawal.

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July 10, 2017, 12:35:29 AM
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Block 474762 was found by user a5d78fff earning them an additional 1.70101753 BTC in transaction fees. Coins are now available for withdrawal.

I missed  the block oh well!

If anyone was to complain about not sharing  tx id fees it would be me.

the last  5 blocks  I mined about 20%  of all the shares and got 0% of the tx ids fees.

last 5 blocks the fees were

1.7
1.5
4.3
0.9
1.0
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9.5 total

So I lost about 1.90 coins in fees by mining here with winner take all policy Angry

MY choice.


and I am still mining here  with mostly rentals and some hard gear.


Estimated Payout

Rank-----   Id----------DGM Estimate---PPS---------------   Shares-----Rate (MHash/s)


1-----   a5d78fff   8.43853075   0.00000000   63,187,271,894--1,612,896,523

2--------   71602a00   1.55452715   0.00000000   18,164,160,512--49,825,604--------  here I am  in second --- rental and a little gear.
3______   c932f3ed   0.58103489   0.00000000   259,777,912------7,682,418--------- and in third----hard gear


4   b47d0910   0.01677869   0.00000000   221,662,539   6,344,493
5   a9dc856b   0.02623751   0.00000000   171,558,849   5,885,249
6   dad84f7a   0.01391367   0.00000000   161,985,174   7,374,241
7   433aa491   0.04181328   0.00000000   93,071,360   2,514,217
8   add58b01   0.00625327   0.00000000   39,357,451   1,110,228
9   7a6d3ba4   0.00920454   0.00000000   38,091,758   1,057,898
10   6bee0a6a   0.01032828   0.00000000   36,107,830   1,040,760






I  Just got paid  for both accounts  thanks.


https://blockchain.info/address/1JdC6Xg3ajT3rge3FgPNSYYFpmf53Vbtje




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