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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining USA/DE 255 blocks solved!  (Read 1514098 times)
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January 25, 2017, 02:53:03 PM
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I'm mining on slushpool and planing this week to stop and going to try some solo mining at de.ckpool.org for some months since in EU de.ckpool.org i think is better.

Atm I have 50ths with my Antminers S9 & S7 and extending every month.

I also have some BTC that I'm willing to invest on renting some hash from miningrentals. I know it is up to luck still but more hashrate chances are better.

My question is with my 50ths and If I will rent 130THs for 100-200h should I start with all the max ths 180ths from the beginning or is it better to start first with 50THS that I have from my miners leave it for some weeks or months and then do a push with 130THS from renting for 100-200hours.

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It seems to me that with such hashs your chance to find block is very small, where a single unit for 3-4 months, but still depends on luck. You may luck will smile and you will find block for first month or vice versa will be looking for six months.

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January 27, 2017, 09:51:54 PM
Last edit: January 27, 2017, 10:28:21 PM by -ck
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[2017-01-27 21:46:45.263] Possible block solve diff 29969507946342.382812 !
[2017-01-27 21:46:45.636] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2017-01-27 21:46:46.017] Solved and confirmed block 450328 by 1NrV55iVXdsDwoQYLnZK7DQMbhEmFDZyeV.barraccooda.025
[2017-01-27 21:46:46.017] User 1NrV55iVXdsDwoQYLnZK7DQMbhEmFDZyeV:{"hashrate1m": "766T", "hashrate5m": "770T", "hashrate1hr": "760T", "hashrate1d": "754T", "hashrate7d": "465T"}
[2017-01-27 21:46:46.017] Worker 1NrV55iVXdsDwoQYLnZK7DQMbhEmFDZyeV.barraccooda.025:{"hashrate1m": "4.96T", "hashrate5m": "4.67T", "hashrate1hr": "4.88T", "hashrate1d": "4.9T", "hashrate7d": "4.86T"}

Block solved after 163% diff shares.
3rd block solved by this miner/address, congratulations!

https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/000000000000000000096453b092e098538f56fb6889ec601cfa037ecb6ee540

The share count/best share is still not resetting on the main pool so please ignore the reported value.

This is the first block solved and submitted with the new code that's designed to submit code as quickly as possible across the different pools to help propagate it even faster than the relay network can.

It was found and submitted at 45.263 on the DE pool which then confirmed it at 45.636:
[2017-01-27 21:46:45.263] Possible block solve diff 29969507946342.382812 !
[2017-01-27 21:46:45.636] BLOCK ACCEPTED!

It was simultaneously sent to the main pool for submission there; the main pool is 130ms ping away from the DE pool.
The main pool then submitted it at 45.332, only 69ms later - which is exactly half the ping time and then the main pool confirmed it at 45.567
[2017-01-27 15:46:45.332] Possible remote block solve diff 29969507946342.382812 !
[2017-01-27 15:46:45.567] BLOCK ACCEPTED!

So it was actually confirmed at the main pool earlier than at the DE pool where it was found, because the main pool's hardware is much more powerful than the DE pool.
This would mean the block was propagated faster across the world than either pool could have by itself since it was propagated from both sides of the world at approximately the same time, making chance of the block being orphaned as small as possible. This is the new "remote" code I've been working on for some time in ckpool and is why there were so many restarts of the pool in the last month to implement.

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January 27, 2017, 11:49:44 PM
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Nice R&D ck, interesting stuff and sounds like it does the job.

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January 28, 2017, 03:02:40 AM
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[2017-01-27 21:46:45.263] Possible block solve diff 29969507946342.382812 !
[2017-01-27 21:46:45.636] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2017-01-27 21:46:46.017] Solved and confirmed block 450328 by 1NrV55iVXdsDwoQYLnZK7DQMbhEmFDZyeV.barraccooda.025
[2017-01-27 21:46:46.017] User 1NrV55iVXdsDwoQYLnZK7DQMbhEmFDZyeV:{"hashrate1m": "766T", "hashrate5m": "770T", "hashrate1hr": "760T", "hashrate1d": "754T", "hashrate7d": "465T"}
[2017-01-27 21:46:46.017] Worker 1NrV55iVXdsDwoQYLnZK7DQMbhEmFDZyeV.barraccooda.025:{"hashrate1m": "4.96T", "hashrate5m": "4.67T", "hashrate1hr": "4.88T", "hashrate1d": "4.9T", "hashrate7d": "4.86T"}

Block solved after 163% diff shares.
3rd block solved by this miner/address, congratulations!

About 770 Th from that miner,  they probably be finding the rest of the blocks here  Roll Eyes

Wonder what the Power charges are for that setup monthly?
Breaking even atleast?
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January 28, 2017, 03:04:02 AM
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So on the next block -ck, will the stats reset?
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January 28, 2017, 03:28:22 AM
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So on the next block -ck, will the stats reset?

If I fix it and restart the pool... which is likely to happen in the next couple of days.

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January 30, 2017, 01:00:42 AM
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Dear users whirledps1 , orionberry and eagleUSER , you are repeatedly trying unsuccessfully to connect to his pool with a regular username. Please fix your login to only use a bitcoin address as your username.

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January 30, 2017, 01:15:29 AM
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Dear users whirledps1 , orionberry and eagleUSER , you are repeatedly trying unsuccessfully to connect to his pool with a regular username. Please fix your login to only use a bitcoin address as your username.

Sorry. I have the pool as a backup and must have just copied and pasted my info into the pool slots when I changed main pools. I'll take care of it as soon as I can access my miners.

Again, sorry. No nefarious intent! Smiley

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January 30, 2017, 01:17:58 AM
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Dear users whirledps1 , orionberry and eagleUSER , you are repeatedly trying unsuccessfully to connect to his pool with a regular username. Please fix your login to only use a bitcoin address as your username.

Sorry. I have the pool as a backup and must have just copied and pasted my info into the pool slots when I changed main pools. I'll take care of it as soon as I can access my miners.

Again, sorry. No nefarious intent! Smiley
Hah, none assumed in the first place. Which username? I have blocked some IPs as a result but will unblock them if you're one of the blocked ones.

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January 30, 2017, 01:20:33 AM
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Dear users whirledps1 , orionberry and eagleUSER , you are repeatedly trying unsuccessfully to connect to his pool with a regular username. Please fix your login to only use a bitcoin address as your username.

Sorry. I have the pool as a backup and must have just copied and pasted my info into the pool slots when I changed main pools. I'll take care of it as soon as I can access my miners.

Again, sorry. No nefarious intent! Smiley
Hah, none assumed in the first place. Which username? I have blocked some IPs as a result but will unblock them if you're one of the blocked ones.

My username would be whirledps1. It is probably only on a couple of miners that I just copied addresses into. I'm in the process of looking and fixing now. Again, I use the solo pool as a fail-over.
Thanks!

EDIT: Fixed it. It was only on one miner, thankfully.

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January 30, 2017, 02:30:31 AM
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-ck,
I'm guessing you may have my IP address blocked. I'm showing that my link to your pool is dead. It has always been "Active" before and failed-over successfully in the past. Whenever you get a chance, if you could take a look I'd appreciate it! Smiley
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username = whirledps1  (fixed now on the one miner to correctly use my BTC address as username)

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January 30, 2017, 02:43:40 AM
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I'm guessing you may have my IP address blocked. I'm showing that my link to your pool is dead. It has always been "Active" before and failed-over successfully in the past. Whenever you get a chance, if you could take a look I'd appreciate it! Smiley
Thanks.

username = whirledps1  (fixed now on the one miner to correctly use my BTC address as username)
That IP should be unblocked by now, there are still 3 other users, including koh0907 - you are trying to put your btc address last in the username, it should be first.

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February 04, 2017, 02:04:27 PM
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did i read the block finders diffuculty right @ 29 zillion? seems odd saying that lol.
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February 04, 2017, 07:10:06 PM
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did i read the block finders diffuculty right @ 29 zillion? seems odd saying that lol.

Way off   its currently at 3.92963262344e+11

fixing to be @ 4.02140099413e+11 / +2.3% [est.] in a few hours Shocked
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February 05, 2017, 01:24:46 AM
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did i read the block finders diffuculty right @ 29 zillion? seems odd saying that lol.

I believe it was a little over 29 trillion not zillion.
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February 05, 2017, 11:26:07 PM
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I'll be restarting the pool shortly for further upgrades and bugfixes.
There were more improvements to remote block submission and it should now reset the share counter properly on a block find.

Restarts complete, mine on!

I'm bored and wish to make one more configuration change which means one more restart which will happen shortly.
All complete. Block on.
Time for yet another restart for a minor tweak shortly.
All complete. Keep on blocking.

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February 06, 2017, 01:04:35 AM
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did i read the block finders diffuculty right @ 29 zillion? seems odd saying that lol.

I believe it was a little over 29 trillion not zillion.
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https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty  

Current diff is 422,170,566,883 billions. Not trillion or "zillion". 😜🤓

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Oops. Misunderstood. My bad. Last block found your speaking of. Sorry about that

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did i read the block finders diffuculty right @ 29 zillion? seems odd saying that lol.

I believe it was a little over 29 trillion not zillion.
29969507946342

https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty 

Current diff is 422,170,566,883 billions. Not trillion or "zillion". 😜🤓

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He was talking about the last blocksolve diff.

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[2017-01-27 21:46:45.263] Possible block solve diff 29969507946342.382812 !

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February 06, 2017, 01:07:20 AM
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did i read the block finders diffuculty right @ 29 zillion? seems odd saying that lol.

I believe it was a little over 29 trillion not zillion.
29969507946342

https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty  

Current diff is 422,170,566,883 billions. Not trillion or "zillion". 😜🤓

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He was talking about the last blocksolve diff.

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[2017-01-27 21:46:45.263] Possible block solve diff 29969507946342.382812 !

Yep. I walked away and got to thinking about it. My bad. Lol

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Edit while we are on that subject. What is the highest diff solve of the network?  Would you happen to know Or a way to find out.

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February 06, 2017, 08:18:36 PM
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anyway I can configure so that my mining starts at a particular diff? I have a U3 and it takes forever each time it restarts for difficulty to drop from 4K to 175 so that I can generate shares that actually get accepted. until it drops to 175 all my shares are discarded?
if no way, then I have to switch back to antpool solo mining since, it seems to be recycling often recently and with 60ghs lottery you can't be also down 1 out of 3 days to boot Sad

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