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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 1% fee solo segwit mining USA/DE 233 blocks solved!  (Read 1282323 times)
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December 14, 2014, 01:33:04 PM
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well, yes, that was what i am thinking.
It might be i switch the miner on one morning and BANG solved one Block without having
much GH/s or long time.
It is a statistic value wich makes the calculation of time and GH/s.
The other factor is the "blind chicken" factor named Luck  Grin if i will be that one or not.

When i first heard of Bitcoin mining i thought it is a purley math by calculating in cryptography thing.
That sound intresting to me and attracted me to look after it.

Now it is pointed out to be as DrHaribo's description i also found a couple of weeks ago.
The Lottery ticket handout.

Anyway it is now clear and thank all for clearing this up.




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December 14, 2014, 08:16:28 PM
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One simple accurate comparison is to consider it is a dice with ~40billion sides.
You just keep rolling it until you get the golden value of "1" Smiley
That can occur at any time, but of course the average expected is once every ~40billion rolls.

The internal details is that each roll is a work item with an expected 1 diff result, that you send to the miner and on average once every ~40billion 1diff work items sent to your miners, you'll get a 40billion diff result that is a block.

(Of course that number ~40billion is the 'current' network difficulty)

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December 15, 2014, 10:24:07 AM
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Again congrats to 174yX8! Also nice how after both blocks he tips ck 0.5 BTC
Unfortunately that didn't happen on the second block by the way (not that I was expecting it).

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December 15, 2014, 02:05:20 PM
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@Kano: i imagen a dice with 40 Billion sides, but a good picture that will be.
 Grin Grin Grin Grin

@CK: Yeah, twice the luck is great, makes me think of a flash never hit twice the same position
(exept in one movie)....

I try it, got nothing to loose then, it was just considering about how to do it.

The pool is great!
It only take 10-15min. until my poor little Ant reduce diff. is there a adjusting i can do to directly reduce the diff? i.e. --suggest-diff xx, will that help?

 

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December 15, 2014, 02:21:23 PM
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Again congrats to 174yX8! Also nice how after both blocks he tips ck 0.5 BTC
Unfortunately that didn't happen on the second block by the way (not that I was expecting it).
Uhhhh, As far as I can see it did  Huh

1st donation: https://blockchain.info/nl/tx/e1ab21b794d28011e32a634e80c5d465f984dea14a8756618c3c79561680440a
2nd donation: https://blockchain.info/nl/tx/8de33b66c11b69a8782e0c4b65ab99158a273f0a240144d7072af50cd93aaeb4

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December 15, 2014, 02:30:50 PM
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Again congrats to 174yX8! Also nice how after both blocks he tips ck 0.5 BTC
Unfortunately that didn't happen on the second block by the way (not that I was expecting it).
Uhhhh, As far as I can see it did  Huh

1st donation: https://blockchain.info/nl/tx/e1ab21b794d28011e32a634e80c5d465f984dea14a8756618c3c79561680440a
2nd donation: https://blockchain.info/nl/tx/8de33b66c11b69a8782e0c4b65ab99158a273f0a240144d7072af50cd93aaeb4
Shit a brick so he did! I was looking for it back at the solo generation address for some reason (not all wallets are readily accessible to check).

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December 15, 2014, 02:34:56 PM
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Again congrats to 174yX8! Also nice how after both blocks he tips ck 0.5 BTC
Unfortunately that didn't happen on the second block by the way (not that I was expecting it).
Uhhhh, As far as I can see it did  Huh

1st donation: https://blockchain.info/nl/tx/e1ab21b794d28011e32a634e80c5d465f984dea14a8756618c3c79561680440a
2nd donation: https://blockchain.info/nl/tx/8de33b66c11b69a8782e0c4b65ab99158a273f0a240144d7072af50cd93aaeb4
Shit a brick so he did! I was looking for it back at the solo generation address for some reason (not all wallets are readily accessible to check).

if I recall rightly (i may be wrong here), that miner had rented some of my hashes (sent me a screenshot - hence i recall the mining address) - it was his birthday and he wanted to find a block mining solo - as he felt lucky. i feel good for him.  Smiley

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December 17, 2014, 11:35:52 AM
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Could that #xnsub option be added to ckproxy, or does it have to be supported by every cgminer in every ant?

Doesnt really understand the meaning of that option but it seems to do its work, but when i dont have physical access to every miner it could help if ckproxy could connect with that option enabled to pool.

Anyway thanks for the good proxy!
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December 17, 2014, 11:41:59 AM
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Could that #xnsub option be added to ckproxy, or does it have to be supported by every cgminer in every ant?

Doesnt really understand the meaning of that option but it seems to do its work, but when i dont have physical access to every miner it could help if ckproxy could connect with that option enabled to pool.

Anyway thanks for the good proxy!
You've posted on the solo ckpool thread

This is the thread for the ckpool/ckproxy code:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=790323.0

But to answer your question, I have no interest in adding support for that extension designed to help one rental/coin switching service in either cgminer or ckpool.

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December 19, 2014, 06:54:58 PM
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Hoping you can help. I have a few workers on your pool. The
Antminer s1's are having no issues. However the Antminer C1's do no report "best share"

When I use them on another solo mining pool they report the best share however on your pool they do not.

Personally I would rather use your pool as I like it better, but I would like to be able to see my best shares so I can know how close I come to finding a block. A big fat 0 under best share is kinda disheartening even though as far as I can tell it is reporting shares.

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December 19, 2014, 08:45:18 PM
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Hoping you can help. I have a few workers on your pool. The
Antminer s1's are having no issues. However the Antminer C1's do no report "best share"

When I use them on another solo mining pool they report the best share however on your pool they do not.

Personally I would rather use your pool as I like it better, but I would like to be able to see my best shares so I can know how close I come to finding a block. A big fat 0 under best share is kinda disheartening even though as far as I can tell it is reporting shares.


That's just an S1 driver design issue. It happens when the diff is exactly a power of two and is harmless and cosmetic only but of course doesn't fix your issue.

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December 19, 2014, 09:06:07 PM
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Thank you for answering the question. Just to make sure I understand. Even though it says "best share" =0
My miner is still submitting shares? http://solo.ckpool.org/users/1HUs9na6NgY85DXxi4dXLGQu9ZDBayMde3
I should be around 2.4TH so as long as my reported speed by looking at the link above is close, then everything is working correctly other than I have no idea what my best share is?
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December 19, 2014, 09:18:40 PM
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Thank you for answering the question. Just to make sure I understand. Even though it says "best share" =0
My miner is still submitting shares? http://solo.ckpool.org/users/1HUs9na6NgY85DXxi4dXLGQu9ZDBayMde3
I should be around 2.4TH so as long as my reported speed by looking at the link above is close, then everything is working correctly other than I have no idea what my best share is?
That is correct.

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December 19, 2014, 11:10:36 PM
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pointing few miners at your pool, will they work toward finding one exact block, or will they work each for themselves, egoistically, each for it's own block...
are they working as a pool('cauze i put my wallet on all of them) or individual miners?
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December 19, 2014, 11:14:42 PM
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pointing few miners at your pool, will they work toward finding one exact block, or will they work each for themselves, egoistically, each for it's own block...
are they working as a pool('cauze i put my wallet on all of them) or individual miners?
 Huh
It makes no difference. There is no way of adding work up with mining nor is there any such thing as "progress towards a block". Whether they're all pointed to the same address or different addresses as the same workers or different workers your chance of finding a block is purely proportional to the total hashrate.

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December 19, 2014, 11:16:49 PM
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Thank you! Smiley
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December 20, 2014, 09:27:02 PM
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pointing few miners at your pool, will they work toward finding one exact block, or will they work each for themselves, egoistically, each for it's own block...
are they working as a pool('cauze i put my wallet on all of them) or individual miners?
 Huh
It makes no difference. There is no way of adding work up with mining nor is there any such thing as "progress towards a block". Whether they're all pointed to the same address or different addresses as the same workers or different workers your chance of finding a block is purely proportional to the total hashrate.

I had the same question.  Thanks!
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December 21, 2014, 12:21:29 AM
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.. your chance of finding a block is purely proportional to the total hashrate.

I decided to add my miner to your pool today.

Just hope & pray now Wink
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December 26, 2014, 06:32:20 PM
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Looks like someone found a block!  Cool

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December 26, 2014, 06:57:31 PM
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Looks like someone found a block!  Cool

With 250 GH/s. Or at least that what the hash rate was at 4 hours ago.
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