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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 1% fee solo segwit mining USA/DE 233 blocks solved!  (Read 1282321 times)
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November 16, 2014, 09:50:23 PM
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Just pointed my asicminer tube here, fingers crosssed Cheesy.

Does anyone know if anyone's found a block yet through this pool?
Make sure you're pointing it at the tube pool instance which is port 3334.

2 blocks have been found by regular miners on this pool.

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November 16, 2014, 09:59:19 PM
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Just pointed my asicminer tube here, fingers crosssed Cheesy.

Does anyone know if anyone's found a block yet through this pool?
Make sure you're pointing it at the tube pool instance which is port 3334.

2 blocks have been found by regular miners on this pool.

Thank you, yes using port 3334 Smiley

{"hashrate1m": "1.05T", "hashrate5m": "899G", "hashrate1hr": "411G", "hashrate1d": "22.9G", "hashrate7d": "3.32G", "workers": 1}

My stats are showing as a little high, not sure why that might be. My tube software says speed about 800 GH/s, stats page showing about 1 TH/s.

EDIT: Stats are showing correctly now must have just been a bit high for first half an hour or so.

That's good 2 blocks have been found, hopefully I'll bring the pool some luck Grin.
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November 17, 2014, 01:37:14 AM
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Just pointed my asicminer tube here, fingers crosssed Cheesy.

Does anyone know if anyone's found a block yet through this pool?

yup, all those guys
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November 17, 2014, 10:30:24 AM
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I have a "stupid" question. A regular 1PH pool should find a block every ~2 days. Let's say the pool gets to a total of 1PH from 1000 miners with 1Th/s. Does this mean that every 2 days on average a 1TH/s miner should find a block? If not then what's the difference between a regular 1PH pool that finds a block every ~2 days and this pool?

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November 17, 2014, 01:10:30 PM
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I have a "stupid" question. A regular 1PH pool should find a block every ~2 days. Let's say the pool gets to a total of 1PH from 1000 miners with 1Th/s. Does this mean that every 2 days on average a 1TH/s miner should find a block? If not then what's the difference between a regular 1PH pool that finds a block every ~2 days and this pool?

this is a winner take all pool.  the size of the it  has no meaning to an individual miner.

 for sake of argument pool is 2ph or a block a day with normal luck.  it is made up of 1200 sp20's .   when one of them hits that block it is theirs alone.   since the pool hits a block a day with normal luck the chance of your sp20 would be about 1200 to 1 your payout would be 24.875 btc . the rest goes to CK.

If you solo mine by yourself in your home with that 1 sp20  your chance is still 1200 to one.  the advantage to using CK's pool is no maintenance of a server to run the blockchain to mine on it.

Every 'small' miner should toss some gear here not a lot but some.  I run 1 defective s-3 here with ⅓ of the hash the other ⅔ goes to Btcguild.

I have I guess 99gh mining here.  the s-3 has 2 dead chips send 99gh here and 260gh to btcguild

so my little 99gh has a 1 in 20,000 chance at a block for today at today's diff numbers.  
no hard work and with the s-3 load balanced it still earns money with btcguild


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November 17, 2014, 08:56:41 PM
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your payout would be 24.5 btc . the rest goes to CK.
Actually it's only 0.5%, not 0.5 BTC, so it's 24.875 and the rest goes to me, along with the same proportion of any transaction fees.

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November 17, 2014, 09:35:10 PM
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your payout would be 24.5 btc . the rest goes to CK.
Actually it's only 0.5%, not 0.5 BTC, so it's 24.875 and the rest goes to me, along with the same proportion of any transaction fees.

corrected pardon my lack of memory.

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November 17, 2014, 11:46:00 PM
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hi all, hi ckolivas,
i give it a try on your pool, just 120 GH/s but who knows...
many questions left for me open but i try to form it in words later.

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November 18, 2014, 06:56:13 AM
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So with solo mining does your miner pick a random unsolved block and try to solve some mathematical equation? Same as with pooled mining but you keep most of the reward?
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November 18, 2014, 08:42:51 AM
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So with solo mining does your miner pick a random unsolved block and try to solve some mathematical equation? Same as with pooled mining but you keep most of the reward?
Close...

We're always trying to solve the same unsolved block with different random data with a mathematical function in order to generate a block worth of bitcoin into a particular address, usually the pool's address. In this special pool variant you're actually trying to generate the bitcoin into your own address (hence why you have to use a bitcoin address as your username).

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November 18, 2014, 11:06:34 AM
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If you're having trouble understanding how it works, try this explanation I just came up with Smiley

Pick an enonce and a merkle, some other info and a hash.
Use some transfer USBuckets, watch the ASIC give a bash.
Random microeons for a nonce of Bitcoin cash.
Grab that payout, then on the town, for a well earned party splash.

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November 18, 2014, 11:18:04 AM
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So with solo mining does your miner pick a random unsolved block and try to solve some mathematical equation? Same as with pooled mining but you keep most of the reward?
Close...

We're always trying to solve the same unsolved block with different random data with a mathematical function in order to generate a block worth of bitcoin into a particular address, usually the pool's address. In this special pool variant you're actually trying to generate the bitcoin into your own address (hence why you have to use a bitcoin address as your username).

Ok great thank you I get it a bit more now, so every pool worker and solo miner around the world is trying to solve the same block at the same time ?
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November 18, 2014, 11:19:03 AM
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If you're having trouble understanding how it works, try this explanation I just came up with Smiley

Pick an enonce and a merkle, some other info and a hash.
Use some transfer USBuckets, watch the ASIC give a bash.
Random microeons for a nonce of Bitcoin cash.
Grab that payout, then on the town, for a well earned party splash.

Thats just confused me even more thanks for the nice rhyme though Cheesy
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November 18, 2014, 03:02:50 PM
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So with solo mining does your miner pick a random unsolved block and try to solve some mathematical equation? Same as with pooled mining but you keep most of the reward?
Close...

We're always trying to solve the same unsolved block with different random data with a mathematical function in order to generate a block worth of bitcoin into a particular address, usually the pool's address. In this special pool variant you're actually trying to generate the bitcoin into your own address (hence why you have to use a bitcoin address as your username).

Ok great thank you I get it a bit more now, so every pool worker and solo miner around the world is trying to solve the same block at the same time ?
Correct, but simply put they all use different inputs one of which is the address they are mining to. In a pool your mining to the pools address and when solo mining to your own. Solo ckpool is a combination of both where the reward is split between the block finder and the pool. Thats why it doesn't matter how much hash the pool has but it only matters how much hash you point towards it.

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November 18, 2014, 07:26:33 PM
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If you're having trouble understanding how it works, try this explanation I just came up with Smiley

Pick an enonce and a merkle, some other info and a hash.
Use some transfer USBuckets, watch the ASIC give a bash.
Random microeons for a nonce of Bitcoin cash.
Grab that payout, then on the town, for a well earned party splash.

Thats just confused me even more thanks for the nice rhyme though Cheesy

I think he's applying for a job as a Hallmark card writer for cryptography geeks.

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November 18, 2014, 07:54:47 PM
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So with solo mining does your miner pick a random unsolved block and try to solve some mathematical equation? Same as with pooled mining but you keep most of the reward?
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We're always trying to solve the same unsolved block with different random data with a mathematical function in order to generate a block worth of bitcoin into a particular address, usually the pool's address. In this special pool variant you're actually trying to generate the bitcoin into your own address (hence why you have to use a bitcoin address as your username).

Ok great thank you I get it a bit more now, so every pool worker and solo miner around the world is trying to solve the same block at the same time ?
Correct, but simply put they all use a different inputs one of which is the address they are mining to. In a pool your mining to the pools address and when solo mining to your own. Solo ckpool is a combination of both where the reward is split between the block finder and the pool. Thats why it doesn't matter how much hash the pool has but it only matters how much hash you point towards it.

Ok great thanks very much Smiley
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November 18, 2014, 07:55:06 PM
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If you're having trouble understanding how it works, try this explanation I just came up with Smiley

Pick an enonce and a merkle, some other info and a hash.
Use some transfer USBuckets, watch the ASIC give a bash.
Random microeons for a nonce of Bitcoin cash.
Grab that payout, then on the town, for a well earned party splash.

Thats just confused me even more thanks for the nice rhyme though Cheesy

I think he's applying for a job as a Hallmark card writer for cryptography geeks.

I think so too Cheesy
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November 18, 2014, 08:48:24 PM
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So with solo mining does your miner pick a random unsolved block and try to solve some mathematical equation? Same as with pooled mining but you keep most of the reward?
Close...

We're always trying to solve the same unsolved block with different random data with a mathematical function in order to generate a block worth of bitcoin into a particular address, usually the pool's address. In this special pool variant you're actually trying to generate the bitcoin into your own address (hence why you have to use a bitcoin address as your username).

I have always questioned how mining works here. I know that every miner is attaching a nonce in order to hash a block, but how is that nonce determined? Is it just a normal increment? For example my miner starts with nonce 0000001 then 0000002 then 0000003 and so on. Do all miners hash like this?

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November 18, 2014, 10:12:14 PM
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I have always questioned how mining works here. I know that every miner is attaching a nonce in order to hash a block, but how is that nonce determined? Is it just a normal increment? For example my miner starts with nonce 0000001 then 0000002 then 0000003 and so on. Do all miners hash like this?
The choice of how to do nonce changes is left up to the client, and is actually changing two nonces concurrently with stratum mining. Virtually every client is cgminer or a fork of its stratum code, so they all pretty much do it the same. Cgminer changes nonce2 incrementally and the change to nonce itself is done within all asic miners. Some unique hardware like avalon2/3 actually do both the nonce2 and nonce changes internally.

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Could you make the user name also include HUC and NMC addresses separated by dots?
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