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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining USA/DE 255 blocks solved!  (Read 1514095 times)
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July 20, 2017, 08:01:57 AM
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[2017-07-19 23:32:10.553] Possible block solve diff 1001470489893.795044 !
[2017-07-19 23:32:10.636] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2017-07-19 23:32:10.692] Solved and confirmed block 476641 by 12iSvuwsDwUCFKpXnUmtFJNGPmMm2Yt6cS.1x3x7
[2017-07-19 23:32:10.692] User 12iSvuwsDwUCFKpXnUmtFJNGPmMm2Yt6cS:{"hashrate1m": "724T", "hashrate5m": "700T", "hashrate1hr": "692T", "hashrate1d": "690T", "hashrate7d": "681T"}
[2017-07-19 23:32:10.692] Worker 12iSvuwsDwUCFKpXnUmtFJNGPmMm2Yt6cS.1x3x7:{"hashrate1m": "12.1T", "hashrate5m": "13.6T", "hashrate1hr": "13.7T", "hashrate1d": "13.7T", "hashrate7d": "13.5T"}
[2017-07-19 23:32:10.694] Block solved after 2018478812597 shares at 250.9% diff

https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/000000000000000001190eb117434d9d2cc40a0a01bcb6ec954f16b565dbfd4e



 Cheesy congratulation to the lucky solver!

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And a BIP91 + BIP141 block to boot. Maybe just maybe we'll help activate it!
We all hope to prevent Bitmain from hf, on nearly all cost.

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July 20, 2017, 11:01:34 AM
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Another success story for the CK pool,


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July 20, 2017, 11:06:14 AM
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another block for solo...was'nt me Smiley
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July 20, 2017, 12:55:33 PM
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only 3 days ago I posted saying I think we are dew a block by past records.
I know its a game of chance but if you look back at the historical data most block arrive early or late in the month on the pool..


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July 20, 2017, 01:13:58 PM
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only 3 days ago I posted saying I think we are dew a block by past records.
I know its a game of chance but if you look back at the historical data most block arrive early or late in the month on the pool..
The law of averages is a strong force.  Cool

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July 20, 2017, 01:48:16 PM
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You are 100% correct there.

I am guessing now we see the block between  1st-16th aug  / Guess Smiley






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July 20, 2017, 11:32:44 PM
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Considering the block was found on the 20th, is that really considered late in the month....  if so then early would be 1-10 and late 20-30/31st..... that covers 2/3 of the month, so odds are its going to be found in that portion..
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July 24, 2017, 06:18:39 PM
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Block #477392 solved by 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj

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July 24, 2017, 09:38:13 PM
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Block #477392 solved by 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj

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I second that! Congrats!

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[2017-07-24 12:59:47.557] Possible block solve diff 968803270026.079346 !
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.652] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.670] Solved and confirmed block 477392 by 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj.r35192
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.670] User 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj:{"hashrate1m": "405T", "hashrate5m": "400T", "hashrate1hr": "383T", "hashrate1d": "87.2T", "hashrate7d": "118T"}
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.670] Worker 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj.r35192:{"hashrate1m": "318T", "hashrate5m": "310T", "hashrate1hr": "296T", "hashrate1d": "40.5T", "hashrate7d": "50.2T"}
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.673] Block solved after 113994199677 shares at 14.2% diff

Lucky block  Smiley It was only 12 seconds after the block before it.

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2017-07-24 17:59:35.610026 UpdateTip: new best=000000000000000001290cd8f91689506ce1f38e05acdf1ec1d3fcdcc52c6535 height=477391 version=0x20000002 log2_work=86.817537 tx=241568059 date='2017-07-24 17:59:27' progres
s=1.000000 cache=617.8MiB(303646tx)
2017-07-24 17:59:47.648430 UpdateTip: new best=0000000000000000012288cec644c7ab65fcce61adaf30316ce1ccfcc99791f9 height=477392 version=0x20000002 log2_work=86.817573 tx=241570404 date='2017-07-24 17:59:35' progres
s=1.000000 cache=618.2MiB(305602tx)
Interestingly enough the block wasn't even full because the pool's bitcoind memory pool was almost completely empty after that block because it was so close to the one before it. Makes one wonder about what the urgency is for 2 capacity increases in the blockchain now that the transaction spam has ended...

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July 24, 2017, 10:49:36 PM
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Block #477392 solved by 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj

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I second that! Congrats!

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[2017-07-24 12:59:47.557] Possible block solve diff 968803270026.079346 !
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.652] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.670] Solved and confirmed block 477392 by 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj.r35192
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.670] User 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj:{"hashrate1m": "405T", "hashrate5m": "400T", "hashrate1hr": "383T", "hashrate1d": "87.2T", "hashrate7d": "118T"}
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.670] Worker 1MEq97jjRKrmSwgVLJirB1ZcrEvnURUAhj.r35192:{"hashrate1m": "318T", "hashrate5m": "310T", "hashrate1hr": "296T", "hashrate1d": "40.5T", "hashrate7d": "50.2T"}
[2017-07-24 12:59:47.673] Block solved after 113994199677 shares at 14.2% diff

Lucky block  Smiley It was only 12 seconds after the block before it.

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2017-07-24 17:59:35.610026 UpdateTip: new best=000000000000000001290cd8f91689506ce1f38e05acdf1ec1d3fcdcc52c6535 height=477391 version=0x20000002 log2_work=86.817537 tx=241568059 date='2017-07-24 17:59:27' progres
s=1.000000 cache=617.8MiB(303646tx)
2017-07-24 17:59:47.648430 UpdateTip: new best=0000000000000000012288cec644c7ab65fcce61adaf30316ce1ccfcc99791f9 height=477392 version=0x20000002 log2_work=86.817573 tx=241570404 date='2017-07-24 17:59:35' progres
s=1.000000 cache=618.2MiB(305602tx)
Interestingly enough the block wasn't even full because the pool's bitcoind memory pool was almost completely empty after that block because it was so close to the one before it. Makes one wonder about what the urgency is for 2 capacity increases in the blockchain now that the transaction spam has ended...

Possibly to try combat it in future is one reason I think that its got support because no one wants to go through all that carry on again. But I do see now why mess when with something that's not technically broken!

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July 24, 2017, 11:00:00 PM
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Possibly to try combat it in future is one reason I think that its got support because no one wants to go through all that carry on again. But I do see now why mess when with something that's not technically broken!
For the reference I have no problem with a 2MB base block size increase. I have a huge problem with a rushed hard fork without core's support which is the one thing most likely to lead to a split in bitcoin since its inception. November 1 is not far away and I see no reconciliation in sight.

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July 24, 2017, 11:01:05 PM
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Possibly to try combat it in future is one reason I think that its got support because no one wants to go through all that carry on again. But I do see now why mess when with something that's not technically broken!
For the reference I have no problem with a 2MB base block size increase. I have a huge problem with a rushed hard fork without core's support which is the one thing most likely to lead to a split in bitcoin since its inception. November 1 is not far away and I see no reconciliation in sight.

This sounds like what they did to ETH.

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July 24, 2017, 11:02:53 PM
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Possibly to try combat it in future is one reason I think that its got support because no one wants to go through all that carry on again. But I do see now why mess when with something that's not technically broken!
For the reference I have no problem with a 2MB base block size increase. I have a huge problem with a rushed hard fork without core's support which is the one thing most likely to lead to a split in bitcoin since its inception. November 1 is not far away and I see no reconciliation in sight.

This sounds like what they did to ETH.
Except that there was a disagreement about whether they should roll back their block chain to recover the lost funds. There's no such disagreement here that we shouldn't do a block size increase at some time, it's just a matter of how soon. Which means that for the sake of a time frame disagreement we're looking at a blockchain split :\

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July 24, 2017, 11:03:58 PM
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Possibly to try combat it in future is one reason I think that its got support because no one wants to go through all that carry on again. But I do see now why mess when with something that's not technically broken!
For the reference I have no problem with a 2MB base block size increase. I have a huge problem with a rushed hard fork without core's support which is the one thing most likely to lead to a split in bitcoin since its inception. November 1 is not far away and I see no reconciliation in sight.

Firmly agree with you on that about the rushing point with the market cap bitcoin has now that's a lot of risk to be rushing changes into a system without its outcomes being fully understood or even challenged.

I thought the scary time in bitcoin was over but to be honest.. I was wrong Smiley

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July 24, 2017, 11:06:52 PM
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I thought the scary time in bitcoin was over but to be honest.. I was wrong Smiley
Indeed everyone's celebrating the safe landing of segwit without a blockchain split but that was never going to be the worrisome part of segwit2x, it's the 2x part Sad

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July 24, 2017, 11:14:05 PM
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I thought the scary time in bitcoin was over but to be honest.. I was wrong Smiley
Indeed everyone's celebrating the safe landing of segwit without a blockchain split but that was never going to be the worrisome part of segwit2x, it's the 2x part Sad

I sat up and watched the block roll in on tradeblock and watched the price rise I thought it was going to hit all time highs so did about 10,000 other people on youtube celebrating on a live stream.

I thought, Hmm,, wonder if they think 2x willl as smooth let alone even understand it.

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July 24, 2017, 11:14:17 PM
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Except that there was a disagreement about whether they should roll back their block chain to recover the lost funds...
Most specifically funds that were lost privately and having nothing to do with the chain. Angry

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Except that there was a disagreement about whether they should roll back their block chain to recover the lost funds...
Most specifically funds that were lost privately and having nothing to do with the chain. Angry
Indeed and there have been other funds lost since yet they didn't do a further rollback. What a sham.

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July 26, 2017, 08:35:33 PM
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Pretty big best share already. That would have been a block a few weeks ago if the diff wasn't going to the moon, or maybe more like Saturn.

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Hi, i wanna try Solo Mining with rented hashrate, How much do i have to Rent and what diff should the rented rig have?
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