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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 1% fee solo segwit mining USA/DE 233 blocks solved!  (Read 1282331 times)
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January 09, 2015, 09:32:38 PM
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Congratulations to 1JUurq3mTA29oQZGqoniDnp74UQy1qcRbM! Though 177TH is hardly small time hashrate Smiley

20 blocks and counting.

Get In!

I hoped converting the 1btc win into 300TH would work Smiley


 Shocked that is awesome!

got 601th pointed there now and cashed out the rest

Nice one good luck buddy makes my 3TH there look ridiculous Cheesy

Honestly though you stand as enough of a chance with 3th than 300th - it's a luck thing

I think you've got 100x more chances to find a block than me, well at least I think that how it works anyway Smiley
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January 09, 2015, 09:33:32 PM
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Pool showing 919TH Shocked. Is this the highest ever?

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January 09, 2015, 09:34:07 PM
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Congratulations to 1JUurq3mTA29oQZGqoniDnp74UQy1qcRbM! Though 177TH is hardly small time hashrate Smiley

20 blocks and counting.

Get In!

I hoped converting the 1btc win into 300TH would work Smiley



 Shocked that is awesome!

got 601th pointed there now and cashed out the rest
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Can you pm me where you renting THs from? I am curious which of rent services do work Ok with CK
I might give a try
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January 09, 2015, 10:51:41 PM
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Congrats ads2003uk! Nice to see a payoff for gambling (renting hash) Grin

And good luck with the new rented hash! EDIT: How much did it cost you and where do you rent this much?

Pool showing 919TH Shocked. Is this the highest ever?


Not if you count the big farm that found the first few blocks for the pool. It was a couple of petahash i'm guessing but it ran on a separate instance so not sure if you can count it. 919TH is definitely the highest from regular users as far as I'm aware.

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January 09, 2015, 11:26:34 PM
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Congrats ads2003uk! Nice to see a payoff for gambling (renting hash) Grin

And good luck with the new rented hash! EDIT: How much did it cost you and where do you rent this much?

Pool showing 919TH Shocked. Is this the highest ever?


Not if you count the big farm that found the first few blocks for the pool. It was a couple of petahash i'm guessing but it ran on a separate instance so not sure if you can count it. 919TH is definitely the highest from regular users as far as I'm aware.

Thanks Smiley. Its a phenomenal hashrate, hopefully another block will be found soon Grin.
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January 10, 2015, 02:23:05 AM
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Congrats ads2003uk! Nice to see a payoff for gambling (renting hash) Grin

And good luck with the new rented hash! EDIT: How much did it cost you and where do you rent this much?

Pool showing 919TH Shocked. Is this the highest ever?


Not if you count the big farm that found the first few blocks for the pool. It was a couple of petahash i'm guessing but it ran on a separate instance so not sure if you can count it. 919TH is definitely the highest from regular users as far as I'm aware.

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January 10, 2015, 02:28:59 AM
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Congrats ads2003uk! Nice to see a payoff for gambling (renting hash) Grin

And good luck with the new rented hash! EDIT: How much did it cost you and where do you rent this much?

Pool showing 919TH Shocked. Is this the highest ever?


Not if you count the big farm that found the first few blocks for the pool. It was a couple of petahash i'm guessing but it ran on a separate instance so not sure if you can count it. 919TH is definitely the highest from regular users as far as I'm aware.

I've spent 3BTC for 601TH that runs between 5 & 18hrs ftom: http://tinyurl.com/qencw96

Thanks for the link.  I was also wondering about what cloud service you were using.  Let us know if your 601TH is successful...

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January 11, 2015, 12:27:13 AM
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I'm sure I read somewhere back in this thread that difficulty is adjusted depending on hashrate. How does this work if you use different rental rigs with different hashrate pointed at the same btc address?
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January 11, 2015, 12:52:14 AM
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I tried with 6 or 7 rigs all of them different speed - 180, 420 ghs, 900ghs, 1ths, 5ths, but seems that the pool reports correct hashrate when you sum up all rigs' speed, so it's not something to worry about
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January 11, 2015, 01:13:41 AM
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I tried with 6 or 7 rigs all of them different speed - 180, 420 ghs, 900ghs, 1ths, 5ths, but seems that the pool reports correct hashrate when you sum up all rigs' speed, so it's not something to worry about

I can confirm this.  I've used several different miners on different addresses and then the same address, and the hashrate is always correct.
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January 11, 2015, 02:56:50 AM
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I'm sure I read somewhere back in this thread that difficulty is adjusted depending on hashrate. How does this work if you use different rental rigs with different hashrate pointed at the same btc address?
It's adjusted per connection.
So e.g. 4 rigs mining, each with their own connection, i.e. not combining them with a proxy, will each have their own difficulty calculated.

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January 11, 2015, 11:27:27 AM
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I'm sure I read somewhere back in this thread that difficulty is adjusted depending on hashrate. How does this work if you use different rental rigs with different hashrate pointed at the same btc address?
It's adjusted per connection.
So e.g. 4 rigs mining, each with their own connection, i.e. not combining them with a proxy, will each have their own difficulty calculated.
Thank you I thought that might be the case Smiley.
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January 11, 2015, 04:56:42 PM
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I'm sure I read somewhere back in this thread that difficulty is adjusted depending on hashrate. How does this work if you use different rental rigs with different hashrate pointed at the same btc address?
It's adjusted per connection.
So e.g. 4 rigs mining, each with their own connection, i.e. not combining them with a proxy, will each have their own difficulty calculated.
Thank you I thought that might be the case Smiley.

I thought thats we call Workers

I think each connection as a worker


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January 11, 2015, 06:55:54 PM
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I'm sure I read somewhere back in this thread that difficulty is adjusted depending on hashrate. How does this work if you use different rental rigs with different hashrate pointed at the same btc address?
It's adjusted per connection.
So e.g. 4 rigs mining, each with their own connection, i.e. not combining them with a proxy, will each have their own difficulty calculated.
Thank you I thought that might be the case Smiley.

I thought thats we call Workers

I think each connection as a worker



You can have multiple mining devices/mining software instances all going to one worker.  But each mining software instance is a connection AKA socket which is an IP Address and Port number combination.

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January 11, 2015, 07:14:27 PM
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which has better chance have find coin?

1. Higher hash rate with fewer miners

or

2. Lower hash rate but many more miners


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January 11, 2015, 07:26:22 PM
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which has better chance have find coin?

1. Higher hash rate with fewer miners

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2. Lower hash rate but many more miners



Higher Hashrate.

Every Gh/s has the same chance of finding a block, e.g. 1000Gh/s from 1 miner or 10 miners doing 100Gh/s per miner has the same chance of finding a block.

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January 11, 2015, 08:12:17 PM
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I've spent 3BTC for 601TH that runs between 5 & 18hrs ftom: http://tinyurl.com/qencw96

Thanks for the link.  I was also wondering about what cloud service you were using.  Let us know if your 601TH is successful...



Sadly nothing on the solo with the 601.. did point 300 of that for a few hours at Cex, earned 0.2btc

So stuck it back on the slots..
First few rolls I got 4btc, thought hmmm is this my lucky week? put it upto the Max spin and BOOM!



Think I can afford a bit more rented hashing power Smiley

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January 11, 2015, 08:14:42 PM
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WTF!!! Congratulations buddy Grin
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January 11, 2015, 08:15:46 PM
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WTF!!! Congratulations buddy Grin
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January 11, 2015, 08:26:36 PM
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lol, when it rains it pours. Just don't count on that luck continuing!

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