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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining USA/DE 255 blocks solved!  (Read 1512843 times)
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March 03, 2017, 02:16:22 PM
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Does solo.ckpool work with usb asic with 8 suggested difficulty ?
An Antminer R1 is running with diff 4 on solo pool
Nice to know that
But when i connect it shows diff 4000

--suggest-diff 8

It will switch to 8 as soon as it can with that. Otherwise, just wait and eventually the diff will adjust down anyway.

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March 04, 2017, 06:02:49 PM
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I'm feeling this Friday is going to be lucky. I think I'll throw some rental hash at the pool tomorrow.  Cool
Dude, I feel it too!  .de node Friday lottery mining mode is on)))

No block Sad ...next time!
Same here)))  Next Friday may be  Roll Eyes

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March 07, 2017, 04:35:48 AM
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25TH since November ....

164B best share

Cksolo for life

Hopefully be back at 35TH with some new 6 pin connectors.

Flaming Power supplies Are bad,

my miners didnt like it ...
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March 11, 2017, 12:03:38 PM
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Giving the weekend lottery a chance..  This is what I see this morning
"bestshare": 387402127629.06152
Sooooooo  Close!!!

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March 11, 2017, 11:09:20 PM
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Giving the weekend lottery a chance..  This is what I see this morning
"bestshare": 387402127629.06152
Sooooooo  Close!!!
...yeah but far away from 460,769,358,091 Undecided
Good luck!
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March 12, 2017, 07:10:12 AM
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So I recently set up my new Antminer S5 to start solo mining here. I don't have this connected to my PC as it's at my shop. My question is how do I know if it's found a block so   I know not to unplug it or something... I've been mining for only a couple weeks at Slushpool so I'm still learning lol.
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March 12, 2017, 09:58:30 AM
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So I recently set up my new Antminer S5 to start solo mining here. I don't have this connected to my PC as it's at my shop. My question is how do I know if it's found a block so   I know not to unplug it or something... I've been mining for only a couple weeks at Slushpool so I'm still learning lol.

1. You will notice the additional 12.5 +. BTC on your wallet.
2. Check the FoundBlocks at the miner status page.

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March 13, 2017, 12:23:51 AM
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So I recently set up my new Antminer S5 to start solo mining here. I don't have this connected to my PC as it's at my shop. My question is how do I know if it's found a block so   I know not to unplug it or something... I've been mining for only a couple weeks at Slushpool so I'm still learning lol.

You can also run this on your phone, and keep an ear out for notifications:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1344360.0

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March 13, 2017, 05:27:20 PM
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Giving the weekend lottery a chance..  This is what I see this morning
"bestshare": 387402127629.06152
Sooooooo  Close!!!

I feel you mate.
You can kinda say that you have found a block, but in a parallel universe)
How much did you spent on your lottery?

Komuto Herovato is definitely the chief engineer of bfl)
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March 13, 2017, 05:57:58 PM
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Giving the weekend lottery a chance..  This is what I see this morning
"bestshare": 387402127629.06152
Sooooooo  Close!!!

I feel you mate.
You can kinda say that you have found a block, but in a parallel universe)
How much did you spent on your lottery?

About .4 BTC for a 750T 24 hour rental.

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March 13, 2017, 06:07:20 PM
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I feel you mate.
You can kinda say that you have found a block, but in a parallel universe)
How much did you spent on your lottery?
About .4 BTC for a 750T 24 hour rental.
$480 a day is an awful expensive lottery buy-in.  Undecided

If you have to ask "why?", you wouldn`t understand my answer.
Always be on the look out, because you never know when you'll be stalked by hit-men that eat nothing but cream cheese....
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March 13, 2017, 06:08:51 PM
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I feel you mate.
You can kinda say that you have found a block, but in a parallel universe)
How much did you spent on your lottery?
About .4 BTC for a 750T 24 hour rental.
$480 a day is an awful expensive lottery buy-in.  Undecided

True, but you never know!!
I miss the days when you actually had a chance with a 50T rental.  It was a WTF moment.

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March 13, 2017, 06:21:05 PM
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I feel you mate.
You can kinda say that you have found a block, but in a parallel universe)
How much did you spent on your lottery?
About .4 BTC for a 750T 24 hour rental.
$480 a day is an awful expensive lottery buy-in.  Undecided

True, but you never know!!
I miss the days when you actually had a chance with a 50T rental.  It was a WTF moment.

my first block here was early last year.... when I was cleaning my 5 x S7s and before putting them on kano pool; i decided to put them on solo overnight. The next morning I was about to make the pool changes then I was interrupted by the Fedex man ringing the doorbell. After getting my package... went to my desktop... and I see 25 BTC pending in my wallet.. WTF!!!

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March 13, 2017, 06:30:39 PM
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I feel you mate.
You can kinda say that you have found a block, but in a parallel universe)
How much did you spent on your lottery?
About .4 BTC for a 750T 24 hour rental.
$480 a day is an awful expensive lottery buy-in.  Undecided

True, but you never know!!
I miss the days when you actually had a chance with a 50T rental.  It was a WTF moment.

my first block here was early last year.... when I was cleaning my 5 x S7s and before putting them on kano pool; i decided to put them on solo overnight. The next morning I was about to make the pool changes then I was interrupted by the Fedex man ringing the doorbell. After getting my package... went to my desktop... and I see 25 BTC pending in my wallet.. WTF!!!

I hit 2 25BTC blocks last year as well.  Both on 50T rentals.

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March 13, 2017, 06:52:10 PM
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I'm pointing 500 Th/s here for about six hours now  Smiley

Fingers crossed!!

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March 14, 2017, 08:04:53 AM
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I feel you mate.
You can kinda say that you have found a block, but in a parallel universe)
How much did you spent on your lottery?
About .4 BTC for a 750T 24 hour rental.
$480 a day is an awful expensive lottery buy-in.  Undecided

True, but you never know!!
I miss the days when you actually had a chance with a 50T rental.  It was a WTF moment.

my first block here was early last year.... when I was cleaning my 5 x S7s and before putting them on kano pool; i decided to put them on solo overnight. The next morning I was about to make the pool changes then I was interrupted by the Fedex man ringing the doorbell. After getting my package... went to my desktop... and I see 25 BTC pending in my wallet.. WTF!!!

I hit 2 25BTC blocks last year as well.  Both on 50T rentals.

Damn guys, im jelous))
Ive been trying to catch a block for about 2 years i guess...
And.. still hoping for the best)
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March 14, 2017, 01:19:20 PM
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Anyone have recent stats of people mining here?

Took the dive recently on some S9s.  Two purchases 1 , then 2 more.  And low-and-behold hit a block on the 1st S9 last week after having it plugged in for ~10 days!!!  Kicking myself because I was going back and forth on solo-mining while building a box for the 3 units.  Ended up mining on slush...  MONGOLIANS!!!!

For the long-time miners here, what are the odds of hitting blocks solo-mining since the halving???

Block # 456099 & 515126 @ Slush
25 - S9     8 - D3     16 - L3+
9 - 8x 1070     6 - 8x 1060     7 - 8x RX580     1 - 7x RX480     1 - 6x RX470
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March 14, 2017, 07:51:58 PM
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I'm pointing 500 Th/s here for about six hours now  Smiley

Fingers crossed!!

which rentals are you using?
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March 14, 2017, 07:56:17 PM
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Anyone have recent stats of people mining here?

Took the dive recently on some S9s.  Two purchases 1 , then 2 more.  And low-and-behold hit a block on the 1st S9 last week after having it plugged in for ~10 days!!!  Kicking myself because I was going back and forth on solo-mining while building a box for the 3 units.  Ended up mining on slush...  MONGOLIANS!!!!

For the long-time miners here, what are the odds of hitting blocks solo-mining since the halving???

It obviously depends on your hashrate and the difficulty at the time of mining:
www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculator/

Obviously it can vary greatly as it is a random process, but this will show you the odds and the odds are against you unless you have a huge hashrate. If you are willing to gamble, then you may aswell play red/black in a casino where the house only has a 2.7% advantage over the player (european version).
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March 14, 2017, 07:58:12 PM
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I'm pointing 500 Th/s here for about six hours now  Smiley

Fingers crossed!!

which rentals are you using?
I usually go with Nicehash. www.nicehash.com

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