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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining USA/DE 255 blocks solved!  (Read 1510229 times)
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March 27, 2017, 06:20:35 AM
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Congratulation for 229 blocks solved!  Smiley
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March 27, 2017, 08:32:10 AM
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 Grin congratulation to User 1JfDwdSURAxgWqbQRQz4sY12wniGY3Sxtj for solving that nasty Block.

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If most people prefer to have the old functionality back, please tell me and I'll code it in
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My vote will go to the old functionality.  Wink


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March 27, 2017, 04:07:04 PM
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If -- no WHEN I solve a block, will the good news appear in my stats at http://solo.ckpool.org/users/? Other than monitoring cgminer, is there anyway to know that I hit the jackpot? Or do 12.5 BTC just magically appear in my wallet?
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March 27, 2017, 05:35:31 PM
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Congratulations, another DE block!

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[2017-03-26 23:14:44.748] Possible block solve diff 642177867894.756592 !
[2017-03-26 23:14:44.861] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2017-03-26 23:14:44.911] Solved and confirmed block 459083 by 1JfDwdSURAxgWqbQRQz4sY12wniGY3Sxtj
[2017-03-26 23:14:44.911] User 1JfDwdSURAxgWqbQRQz4sY12wniGY3Sxtj:{"hashrate1m": "897T", "hashrate5m": "961T", "hashrate1hr": "947T", "hashrate1d": "228T", "hashrate7d": "146T"}
[2017-03-26 23:14:44.911] Worker 1JfDwdSURAxgWqbQRQz4sY12wniGY3Sxtj:{"hashrate1m": "508T", "hashrate5m": "507T", "hashrate1hr": "488T", "hashrate1d": "104T", "hashrate7d": "72.4T"}
[2017-03-26 23:14:44.911] Block solved at 392% diff @ de.ckpool.org!

https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/000000000000000001b64e717c807ebef0561c3dd333316b07a5d974375470a9

For those wondering about the pool's best share value, it is now showing the best share of the last block found. If most people prefer to have the old functionality back, please tell me and I'll code it in and restart the pool to adopt that.

Wow, Congratulation to you! Look at these Hashrates... i think he ordered some Rentals. Nice to see that this is working so far. I tried it two times with bad luck   Sad
But i'll do it one more time this week i think   Grin

Good luck to you all
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March 27, 2017, 06:18:25 PM
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If -- no WHEN I solve a block, will the good news appear in my stats at http://solo.ckpool.org/users/? Other than monitoring cgminer, is there anyway to know that I hit the jackpot? Or do 12.5 BTC just magically appear in my wallet?

Hey =)
You will be informed in this thread if there is a solved Block for your wallet adress. Or you'll see it in your wallet first.  Wink

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March 28, 2017, 04:32:10 AM
Last edit: March 28, 2017, 05:45:57 AM by -ck
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Will be restarting the pool shortly to reset the pool's best share values and incorporate a minor bugfix. Your best diff values will be reset along with this. It turns out that it resets the shares after a block is found but because of DE's remote shares being sent after the block solve data, the remote share may be seen after the blocksolve setting the best share again. This happened since I sped up the block propagation code between the pools dramatically. This means I may have to manually reset it when a DE block occurs again in the future, but I've built provision for manually resetting best shares to be able to do it without restarting now.

EDIT: All complete.

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March 29, 2017, 10:18:41 PM
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If -- no WHEN I solve a block, will the good news appear in my stats at http://solo.ckpool.org/users/? Other than monitoring cgminer, is there anyway to know that I hit the jackpot? Or do 12.5 BTC just magically appear in my wallet?
The money will magically appear in your wallet before any other notification since you get it as soon as it's solved directly to your wallet address.

I wonder if there'd be a demand for a no-frills pool like this one for regular miners that does ordinary PPLNS payments? There seems to be little demand for new pools these days but perhaps there is a need for something people can set and forget like this solo pool that will take miners of any size and create coinbase payments like the solo pool does with a baseline ckpool code fee like 0.5%. I'd rather not take any hashrate away from the existing small pools but perhaps it might encourage more people to not automatically choose large pools if they have small hashrates, and might go some more way towards helping activate bitcoin core changes. What do miners think?

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March 29, 2017, 10:47:39 PM
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If -- no WHEN I solve a block, will the good news appear in my stats at http://solo.ckpool.org/users/? Other than monitoring cgminer, is there anyway to know that I hit the jackpot? Or do 12.5 BTC just magically appear in my wallet?
The money will magically appear in your wallet before any other notification since you get it as soon as it's solved directly to your wallet address.

I wonder if there'd be a demand for a no-frills pool like this one for regular miners that does ordinary PPLNS payments? There seems to be little demand for new pools these days but perhaps there is a need for something people can set and forget like this solo pool that will take miners of any size and create coinbase payments like the solo pool does with a baseline ckpool code fee like 0.5%. I'd rather not take any hashrate away from the existing small pools but perhaps it might encourage more people to not automatically choose large pools if they have small hashrates, and might go some more way towards helping activate bitcoin core changes. What do miners think?


you are basically talking about kanos pool lol

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March 29, 2017, 10:49:14 PM
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If -- no WHEN I solve a block, will the good news appear in my stats at http://solo.ckpool.org/users/? Other than monitoring cgminer, is there anyway to know that I hit the jackpot? Or do 12.5 BTC just magically appear in my wallet?
The money will magically appear in your wallet before any other notification since you get it as soon as it's solved directly to your wallet address.

I wonder if there'd be a demand for a no-frills pool like this one for regular miners that does ordinary PPLNS payments? There seems to be little demand for new pools these days but perhaps there is a need for something people can set and forget like this solo pool that will take miners of any size and create coinbase payments like the solo pool does with a baseline ckpool code fee like 0.5%. I'd rather not take any hashrate away from the existing small pools but perhaps it might encourage more people to not automatically choose large pools if they have small hashrates, and might go some more way towards helping activate bitcoin core changes. What do miners think?


you are basically talking about kanos pool lol


No I'm not. His pool is not a no-frills pool, having full featured statistics and a proper web GUI front end, nor is it signalling segwit, and is higher fee and does not pay out minuscule miners. Would it be competing? Yes and no, since they'd be offering something different.

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March 29, 2017, 11:21:00 PM
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What do miners think?
For all the reasons you gave I say go for it.
Yes is nice pointing my Sidehack sticks at the solo lottery but -- I can see low hash rate folks wanting a shot at pool earnings.
As you said, Kano loves my multi-THs s7, 9, A741's, etc., but forget pointing sticks at it.

Actually, not sure if KanoPool would even still like s1's or Sidehacks's upcoming Pod (>150GHs). Does it?

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Actually, not sure if it would even still like s1's or Sidehacks's upcoming Pod (>150GHs). Does it?
There would be no lower limit to hashrate, but it means some miners may end up with extremely small payouts. There would be no reserve whatsoever and no transactions for payouts with everything being paid out proportionately with each block find as a generation transaction - kind of like an extended version of what happens with this current solo pool. Of course if it only attracts small miners it may never get large enough to have consistent block finds but at least if/when a block is found everyone will get their share. It would have similar no-frills statistics as per the solo pool but with the extra information of expected reward.

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March 29, 2017, 11:31:57 PM
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heh! Wadda ya know. Just checked and one of the blocks found on KanoPool today was from a user with 0.89TH/s! I guess the pool does still take maybe even as low as s1/3's?
But talk about a small % of payout...

How would you handle Whales dropping in to the pool and swamping out the small fry?

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March 30, 2017, 01:36:35 AM
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If -- no WHEN I solve a block, will the good news appear in my stats at http://solo.ckpool.org/users/? Other than monitoring cgminer, is there anyway to know that I hit the jackpot? Or do 12.5 BTC just magically appear in my wallet?
The money will magically appear in your wallet before any other notification since you get it as soon as it's solved directly to your wallet address.

I wonder if there'd be a demand for a no-frills pool like this one for regular miners that does ordinary PPLNS payments? There seems to be little demand for new pools these days but perhaps there is a need for something people can set and forget like this solo pool that will take miners of any size and create coinbase payments like the solo pool does with a baseline ckpool code fee like 0.5%. I'd rather not take any hashrate away from the existing small pools but perhaps it might encourage more people to not automatically choose large pools if they have small hashrates, and might go some more way towards helping activate bitcoin core changes. What do miners think?
I'd like to see a hybrid solomining pool, where you get your fee for running the pool, the block finder gets 50% and the rest is distributed to the other miners.

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March 30, 2017, 02:14:08 AM
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If -- no WHEN I solve a block, will the good news appear in my stats at http://solo.ckpool.org/users/? Other than monitoring cgminer, is there anyway to know that I hit the jackpot? Or do 12.5 BTC just magically appear in my wallet?
The money will magically appear in your wallet before any other notification since you get it as soon as it's solved directly to your wallet address.

I wonder if there'd be a demand for a no-frills pool like this one for regular miners that does ordinary PPLNS payments? There seems to be little demand for new pools these days but perhaps there is a need for something people can set and forget like this solo pool that will take miners of any size and create coinbase payments like the solo pool does with a baseline ckpool code fee like 0.5%. I'd rather not take any hashrate away from the existing small pools but perhaps it might encourage more people to not automatically choose large pools if they have small hashrates, and might go some more way towards helping activate bitcoin core changes. What do miners think?
I'd like to see a hybrid solomining pool, where you get your fee for running the pool, the block finder gets 50% and the rest is distributed to the other miners.

Im with P2P on that, 50% to block finder and distribute rest, plus your .5% plus the usual donation from block finder lol. 
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March 30, 2017, 02:54:16 AM
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I'd like to see a hybrid solomining pool, where you get your fee for running the pool, the block finder gets 50% and the rest is distributed to the other miners.

Im with P2P on that, 50% to block finder and distribute rest, plus your .5% plus the usual donation from block finder lol.  
If you put half your hashrate in a solo pool and half in a pplns pool then over the (very) long term you achieve the same thing and I suspect the vast majority of miners wouldn't want that scheme you're requesting (though I could be wrong.)

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March 30, 2017, 04:29:23 AM
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I'd like to see a hybrid solomining pool, where you get your fee for running the pool, the block finder gets 50% and the rest is distributed to the other miners.

Im with P2P on that, 50% to block finder and distribute rest, plus your .5% plus the usual donation from block finder lol.  
If you put half your hashrate in a solo pool and half in a pplns pool then over the (very) long term you achieve the same thing and I suspect the vast majority of miners wouldn't want that scheme you're requesting (though I could be wrong.)

But if most of the miners are not big riggers like myself, wanna chance it on a pool that is basically solo, but will have some kind of reward if a block is hit would keep me mining on it.   lets just say the pool block finder gets 50% of block and rest is split by hashrate of course, im totally cool with that,  if a miner does not want to share his pool then he/she can stay on solo pool and chance it. 

Sounds good but is it doable? is the main question, and what would xtra cost be on top of dedicating the server to such a pool?
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March 30, 2017, 04:34:38 AM
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heh! Wadda ya know. Just checked and one of the blocks found on KanoPool today was from a user with 0.89TH/s! I guess the pool does still take maybe even as low as s1/3's?
But talk about a small % of payout...

How would you handle Whales dropping in to the pool and swamping out the small fry?

I don't see how this would be any different if the whales were mining on any other pool.

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March 30, 2017, 04:47:04 AM
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Solo = cheap / free / commercial power
pool = expensive power / residential situation

Pick one

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March 30, 2017, 04:56:55 AM
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Sounds good but is it doable? is the main question, and what would xtra cost be on top of dedicating the server to such a pool?

Cost to whom, me? Code time. I wouldn't have time to start on it for a few weeks anyway but I wanted the idea to get out there and get aired. I'm happy to shelve the idea if interest is low (there are plenty of other ideas I've thought up but never tackled.)

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Sounds good but is it doable? is the main question, and what would xtra cost be on top of dedicating the server to such a pool?

Cost to whom, me? Code time. I wouldn't have time to start on it for a few weeks anyway but I wanted the idea to get out there and get aired

But wont you have to dedicate a server for such a pool,  and bandwidth?



 I'm happy to shelve the idea if interest is low (there are plenty of other ideas I've thought up but never tackled.)


 shoot out some other ideas lets get them on the shelf
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