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January 04, 2015, 07:32:02 PM
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Yesterday we were hammering it lol.  I brought 100TH on then bam 250 showed up, and another 200 and so on.

Maybe we can seal a block in a day or two.  Smiley
I can't take all the credit, but I'm in to find the next block!

Let's do this.  Smiley

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January 04, 2015, 11:29:38 PM
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I still cant understand why this pool is better than other. Because of luck or merged mining?

Can someone please explain (i have 3.2 Th power and i`m kind of new in sha256 mining)

it is not better all of the time.  we went from july to sept with no blocks.

but since then we had not had long blockless periods of time.

the safest  most  steady pool is https://www.f2pool.com/


the are paying .0118 a th every day so you would earn 3.2 x .0118 every day for now that is 0.03776 a day.

I shift from that to this every few days.

You change pools every few days even if not found block on mmpool?

I think that lower the profit because one day there is luck over 100% then less, but in long term must be close to 100.
If you mine for few days in f2pool and the luck in that time is 50% and then you switch to mmpool and in that moment luck in mmpool is low (lets say 50% again). Meanwhile f2pool now have luck over 100% and you make decision to move there, but in that time again mmpool come with luck more than 100%.

If all this is true... Is that true staying in one pool give you maximum of the theoretical profit for current diff.

Btw my 3.2 Th are actualy 2 miner x 1.6 Th

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January 05, 2015, 02:11:20 AM
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Was hoping for a 3rd this new years weekend. 2 in a day is a pretty damn fine way to start the year off here on mmpool!

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January 05, 2015, 06:46:07 AM
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I still cant understand why this pool is better than other. Because of luck or merged mining?

Can someone please explain (i have 3.2 Th power and i`m kind of new in sha256 mining)

it is not better all of the time.  we went from july to sept with no blocks.

but since then we had not had long blockless periods of time.

the safest  most  steady pool is https://www.f2pool.com/


the are paying .0118 a th every day so you would earn 3.2 x .0118 every day for now that is 0.03776 a day.

I shift from that to this every few days.

That's a poor payout. On average I earn more from other pools and I refuse to support these gigantic chinese pools. 0.037btc a day. That's just a fraction under $10USD a day. At 3.2thash, assuming older miners, most of that would go to pay electricity. If you want a pool with good PPS, use Bitcoin affiliate. They pay PPS plus a 10% bonus. Each day you can make 10.83 - 11USD per day at the current price of the btc. I don't know why people like to support these chinese pools, the pools which ARE KILLING cryptocurrency. Yes they sell you second hand hardware and provide 0 support for failed components and YES they dump every single BTC they mine for USD in a heart beat. BTC means absolute nothing to them. Making hardware, running it for 3 - 6 months then selling it for your hard earned USD is all they care about.

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January 05, 2015, 04:27:54 PM
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I still cant understand why this pool is better than other. Because of luck or merged mining?

Can someone please explain (i have 3.2 Th power and i`m kind of new in sha256 mining)

it is not better all of the time.  we went from july to sept with no blocks.

but since then we had not had long blockless periods of time.

the safest  most  steady pool is https://www.f2pool.com/


the are paying .0118 a th every day so you would earn 3.2 x .0118 every day for now that is 0.03776 a day.

I shift from that to this every few days.

That's a poor payout. On average I earn more from other pools and I refuse to support these gigantic chinese pools. 0.037btc a day. That's just a fraction under $10USD a day. At 3.2thash, assuming older miners, most of that would go to pay electricity. If you want a pool with good PPS, use Bitcoin affiliate. They pay PPS plus a 10% bonus. Each day you can make 10.83 - 11USD per day at the current price of the btc. I don't know why people like to support these chinese pools, the pools which ARE KILLING cryptocurrency. Yes they sell you second hand hardware and provide 0 support for failed components and YES they dump every single BTC they mine for USD in a heart beat. BTC means absolute nothing to them. Making hardware, running it for 3 - 6 months then selling it for your hard earned USD is all they care about.

bitcoin affiliate  was banned for running  false promos.  Not saying that is true but that is the reason given for the ban.


but I decided to run 1 sp20 there for a while due to your post.

I am still running around 35 th at mmpool

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January 05, 2015, 05:27:04 PM
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Thanks for info guys!

Now i carefully monitor few pools (mmpool too)
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January 05, 2015, 05:44:51 PM
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@ SargeR33

I went back and pointed 4 sp20's at Bitcoin Affilate pool

I still have 35th point here.

And I think I will move my other 4 sp20's from  f2pool to bitcoin affilate pool


I also think tuesday  I will send 200 th at mmpool for a few hours.

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January 05, 2015, 07:28:53 PM
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@ SargeR33

I went back and pointed 4 sp20's at Bitcoin Affilate pool

I still have 35th point here.

And I think I will move my other 4 sp20's from  f2pool to bitcoin affilate pool


I also think tuesday  I will send 200 th at mmpool for a few hours.

If you do I will throw all I can at it around the same time, I will keep an eye out.

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January 05, 2015, 09:54:46 PM
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@ SargeR33

I went back and pointed 4 sp20's at Bitcoin Affilate pool

I still have 35th point here.

And I think I will move my other 4 sp20's from  f2pool to bitcoin affilate pool


I also think tuesday  I will send 200 th at mmpool for a few hours.

If you do I will throw all I can at it around the same time, I will keep an eye out.
  just started up I am near 70th going for 200

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January 05, 2015, 11:26:24 PM
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@ SargeR33

I went back and pointed 4 sp20's at Bitcoin Affilate pool

I still have 35th point here.

And I think I will move my other 4 sp20's from  f2pool to bitcoin affilate pool


I also think tuesday  I will send 200 th at mmpool for a few hours.

If you do I will throw all I can at it around the same time, I will keep an eye out.
  just started up I am near 70th going for 200

Nice, Joining in with 140 shortly!

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January 05, 2015, 11:40:11 PM
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Just checked our your stats over on BFA Philip. That's a decent payout and there is no way any chinese pool will pay that. These guys are good over on BFA but with my power(too little), I can make more lucking out on other pools. 

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January 06, 2015, 12:30:14 AM
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Just checked our your stats over on BFA Philip. That's a decent payout and there is no way any chinese pool will pay that. These guys are good over on BFA but with my power(too little), I can make more lucking out on other pools. 

you are correct thank you for point it out.

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January 06, 2015, 04:11:33 AM
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I'm currently seeing a lot more rejects than normal, anybody else?
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January 06, 2015, 05:08:34 AM
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I'm currently seeing a lot more rejects than normal, anybody else?
Can you change your difficulty level? It's set by the password for the miner. Use "d=x", replacing 'x' with something around your hash rate * 1.4. Currently your miner, if it's the userid I think it is, is doing about 20,000 share submissions a minute. Multiplying your current difficulty level by 100ish will at least drop it to 200 per minute.

I really need to get automatic difficulty adjustment implemented...

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January 06, 2015, 05:17:09 AM
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@philipma1957:
Thank you, i'm using your diff setting for my S3 at 400 and it's working fine now. What about Sp20? do you have a specific best difficulty number to be set?

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January 06, 2015, 05:47:42 AM
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I'm currently seeing a lot more rejects than normal, anybody else?
Can you change your difficulty level? It's set by the password for the miner. Use "d=x", replacing 'x' with something around your hash rate * 1.4. Currently your miner, if it's the userid I think it is, is doing about 20,000 share submissions a minute. Multiplying your current difficulty level by 100ish will at least drop it to 200 per minute.

I really need to get automatic difficulty adjustment implemented...
I can change my difficulty, I currently use nothing - haven't noticed a problem before...  This is per miner, right? So if the hash rate is 1350 Gh/s, I enter a difficulty of 1890?  ..and for rented hashes?

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January 06, 2015, 06:21:07 AM
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I can change my difficulty, I currently use nothing - haven't noticed a problem before...  This is per miner, right? So if the hash rate is 1350 Gh/s, I enter a difficulty of 1890?  ..and for rented hashes?
If you do everything under one account name, set the difficulty to the sum of all the miners hash on that account. For rented power set it to the Gh/s times 1.4 that you are renting.  It only has to be approximate. It reduces the number of solutions per second you send so helps with bandwidth for the pool and yourself, and the load.

If you are getting an increase in rejects, you've probably set too low. If you're not seeing your hash rate stats update it's probably too high.

The real solution is for me to implement variable difficulty automatically adjusted from the pool end which I'll do in the next update I think.

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January 06, 2015, 09:29:38 AM
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@philipma1957:
Thank you, i'm using your diff setting for my S3 at 400 and it's working fine now. What about Sp20? do you have a specific best difficulty number to be set?

Regards.

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January 07, 2015, 08:16:20 AM
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Just start mining on mmpool.org.
what diff. should i use on 28TH in one account (Should i separate in several account) ?

d=20480 , pool stats hashrate shows 23-24TH, reject rate is high

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January 07, 2015, 09:13:49 AM
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Just start mining on mmpool.org.
what diff. should i use on 28TH in one account (Should i separate in several account) ?
Try 39000 ish.

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