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July 21, 2013, 01:07:16 PM
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I'm not sure of your thought process here, but if you are referring to the number of nodes or some somewhat large latencies for 3 of them (>100ms), 8 nodes is enough (in fact I had good results with 6) and you never proved otherwise.

This node is at ~102% efficiency with Avalons (which have large latencies which should make it a bit below 100%). Again this contradicts the assertion that 8 nodes isn't enough. When a node is above 100% efficiency (or even around 100%) I don't understand how it should "need" anything, it's already fine.

because we just like to be average, I guess

i see he changed it up and has 0 orphans in 11 now... instead of 3 orphans out of 15 or whatever it was before.

yes, the efficiency is less atm, but DOAs would just be a luck factor

since his bitcoind latency is only 0.204s, there should be very few orphans (instead they would be DOA).

I have added 3 low latency nodes, lets wait if this makes less orphans as befor.

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July 21, 2013, 04:17:06 PM
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I have added 3 low latency nodes, lets wait if this makes less orphans as befor.

You didn't have enough shares previously to make a meaningful comparison.
There are 2 reasons you shouldn't change your parameters too often:
  • Each p2pool restart is income lost
  • To compare the only important parameter, efficiency, you need enough shares

If you want to compare efficiency with a 1/<n> precision, a good rule of thumb is that you need between <n> and 10 x <n> shares.
1% precision -> 100 to 1000 shares.

This makes for another useful tip: if you suspect that your setup is not performing well, compare your efficiency and your number of shares when you have at least 20 shares.

If your efficiency is 100% - <n> and your number of shares is <m> :

  • if <n>/100 < 1/<m>, you are OK,
  • if <n>/100 <= 10/<m>, you should pay attention,
  • if <n>/100 > 10/<m>, you should worry, start looking for the potential source of your problem and prepare a new configuration (and wait for at least 100 shares to confirm that something is wrong)

For example if your efficiency is 95% (n = 5) at 20 shares you are fine. If your efficiency is 95% at 200 shares you should worry.

Of course if you are already above 100% and keep being above it, there's no problem: it means that you will eventually earn more than on a 100% PPS pool and that some other users on P2Pool are contributing to your wealth by having a less efficient setup. Sit back, relax and count the blocks (monitor your efficiency and setup an alert when it goes below 99% to be on the safe side), on the 100th block, compare your income with a theoretical 100% PPS pool and celebrate the result.

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July 22, 2013, 02:59:54 AM
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One more node in Europe:

Germany, http://5.9.147.141:9332/ , 0% fee
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July 26, 2013, 07:58:14 PM
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July 29, 2013, 07:52:17 PM
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Adding BTCMiners.net to the list!

As you can guess we are mining BTC only at this point.  There is a 2% fee, this is for upkeep of our server on the Midwest side of the states effectively giving a low fee % to most of the Eastern USA, Midwest, Southern and some Western parts of the USA.  The server is hosted in Indianapolis, IN with 50+ Mbps downstream connection and a 30Mbps+ upstream connection on a dedicated server.

Miners Available:
https://bitcointalk.org/?topic=3878.0 - https://github.com/downloads/Kiv/poclbm/guiminer-20121203.exe *Windows Version*
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=168174.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.3/bfgminer-3.1.3-win32.zip *Windows 32 Bit Version*
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=168174.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.3/bfgminer-3.1.3-win64.zip *Windows 64 Bit Version*

Version 13.2 - Avalon/ASIC Supported!

To mine with us, point your miner to:

Host: http://BTCMiners.net:9332
Username: BitcoinAddress+DifficultyVariable
Password: WhateverYouWouldLike

**Explanation of "DifficultyVariable" in the 'Username' column.**
For 1GH/s and below use: BitcoinAddress+1
Between 2GH/s and 3GH/s use: BitcoinAddress+2
Between 3GH/s and 4GH/s use: BitcoinAddress+4
Between 4GH/ and 5GH/s use: BitcoinAddress+6


(Basically add 1 difficulty rating per GH/s in intervals of 2 respectively.  This should alleviate some bandwidth concerns and also give us a pseudo higher GH/s local rate which should in turn yield us more shares.)  

Any additional income from fees outside of the minimum required amount needed for the server's upkeep will be once a month split between all the users (locally connected) equally!  So everyone who mines with us gets a monthly bonus, yay! Smiley

Any questions, please inbox me!

Happy mining,
BTCMiners.net

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July 30, 2013, 03:57:10 AM
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This thread should be hacked into pieces.  I've updated a new thread with CURRRENT and WORKING pools.

I went through, literally, every link on all 22 pages of this and checked each and everyone to verify if it's working.  Let's please lock/kill this thread.  It's out of date, not being managed/updated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264533.0

Hopefully this one gets stickied so that the P2Pool list for BitcoinTalk is kept up to date for once.

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August 26, 2013, 06:45:53 PM
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Are any of these node pools ASIC ready?

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August 27, 2013, 12:49:27 AM
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Are any of these node pools ASIC ready?

They should all be if that are on v13.

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January 26, 2014, 05:33:58 PM
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A lot of the servers on this list dont work anymore.  I have set my own p2pool node up (which I will advertise soon), and now I want to find a couple of backups.  There has to be way to automate this information.

Has this been discussed at all? Two things spring to mind:

1. Auto discovery of p2pool nodes, and use ping to find the closest (this could be built into the mining software).
2. Have p2pool optionally advertise it's location to a map every hour or so. This would be a config setting in p2pool, detailing Latitude/Longitude, rate etc.


http://p2pool-nodes.info/

Thank you for adding this. The OP and many of the replies have pools that aren't around any more and links to tools that are no longer online. Smiley

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January 27, 2014, 02:30:02 AM
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Adding miningpoolserver.com to the list!

We are mining BTC and a few other scrypt coins  at this point.  We consistently have over 100% efficiency at our pools

Miners Available:
https://bitcointalk.org/?topic=3878.0 - https://github.com/downloads/Kiv/poclbm/guiminer-20121203.exe *Windows Version*
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=168174.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.3/bfgminer-3.1.3-win32.zip *Windows 32 Bit Version*
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=168174.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.3/bfgminer-3.1.3-win64.zip *Windows 64 Bit Version*

To mine BTC with us, just point your miner to:

Host: http://btc.miningpoolserver.com:9332
Username: BitcoinAddress
Password: WhateverYouWouldLike

You can find the additional coins we mine at miningpoolserver.com



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February 02, 2014, 07:23:43 PM
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http://cryptal.net/pools/

Coins to choose from:
BTC - Bitcoin
CSC - Casinocoin
DOGE - Dogecoin
LTC - Litecoin
TRC - Terracoin
WDC - Worldcoin

Fee: 1 %

Server location: France, Roubaix

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February 09, 2014, 05:54:12 PM
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Checkout http://bithasher.net for bitcoin mining.  Connect to mine.bithasher.net:9332.  Hosted in New York and very responsive.

Find the pool with the best payout!
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February 13, 2014, 10:10:36 PM
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If you're into devcoins (price stable, and support open source developers!), then I've got a bitcoin/devcoin p2pool node at http://blisterpool.com:9332. All Bitcoin and Devcoins merge mined are given to miners with no fee, plus I also have a minimum 10,000 dvc paid out daily split by hashpower, if the merge mining isn't enough. Just have to register a bitcoin/devcoin address pair on the main site and login with the bitcoin address on the miner. Couldn't be easier to get free devcoins!
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February 16, 2014, 08:31:12 AM
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I am running p2pool for couple years, now it's on a new hardware, ARM quad core chip,
power consumption around 5W, anybody is welcome to test here :

http://aamarket.eu:9332

it's a bit less responsive than before with Intel i3 (p2pool info says 1.4 sec against 0.1 before).
Any idea is welcome.
You can check my latest project here
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=457081.0
I think the whole bitcoin community can benefit largely from this.
Good luck to everybody !

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February 27, 2014, 06:39:03 PM
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New node in EU: (0% fee)
http://p2pool.crunchpool.com:9332

we also have other p2pool nodes for some altcoins like vertcoin, dogecoin, litecoin...

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March 08, 2014, 04:26:08 PM
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New BTC P2Pool v13.4 node in Chicago, IL, USA

No fees

stratum+tcp://p2pool.1js.us:9332
http://p2pool.1js.us

Xeon E3-1230 V2 server in Steadfast Data Center.

I have four Antminers pointed there now.  Working great, low latency, > 100% efficiency so far.

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March 11, 2014, 02:17:05 AM
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how to set antminer S1 to use p2pool ?

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March 11, 2014, 02:45:53 AM
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how to set antminer S1 to use p2pool ?


Install p2pool and point your miner at it. Or use one of the public nodes if you don't want to run it yourself, but running your own copy is best.

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March 11, 2014, 10:19:30 AM
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how to set antminer S1 to use p2pool ?


Install p2pool and point your miner at it. Or use one of the public nodes if you don't want to run it yourself, but running your own copy is best.

can you give me info where rent hosting for install p2pool?

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March 11, 2014, 03:07:03 PM
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can you give me info where rent hosting for install p2pool?

I wouldn't suggest you rent a server just to run it when you can use other people's public nodes instead. Some were suggested to you in the other p2pool thread where you asked the same question.

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