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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 1% fee solo mining USA/DE 251 blocks solved!  (Read 1458337 times)
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December 17, 2017, 12:26:08 PM
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well got miner running for over 8 hours and still not moved off the 4k diff Sad

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yer gotta find shares over 4k diff mate...

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December 17, 2017, 12:29:09 PM
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doh! @ 333 mh/s going to be while Sad

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December 17, 2017, 12:30:32 PM
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doh! @ 333 mh/s going to be while Sad

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Shares don't mean anything when solo mining, just don't worry about it.

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December 17, 2017, 10:16:52 PM
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Are you sure? I mean (Lord welling) i did happen to find a solution, wouldn't i have to wait to and submit all 4000 shares before it could be verified?

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December 17, 2017, 11:21:23 PM
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Are you sure? I mean (Lord welling) i did happen to find a solution, wouldn't i have to wait to and submit all 4000 shares before it could be verified?

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All shares are is a way for you to communicate with the server that you are doing work, and the result of that work is greater than a specific difficulty level.

In a collective pool, your shares submitted are also used to help tally how much work you did in order to sub-divide the block reward among everyone (you did "your fair share").

Since there is no division in a solo pool, the only share that will ever matter is on that contains a solution with a difficulty that is equal to, or higher, than the network difficulty (you only get paid for that share).

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December 18, 2017, 01:06:10 AM
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right but my understanding is that ver diff is a set of hash one has to complete then submit it to the pool, mine happens to be 4000 shares, well with a mere 333 mh/s by the time it did submit the 4000 shares the block would had already been solved by someone else. Meaning with that high of diff there is no point mining.. Sad Ver diff is a way to save bandwidth..

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December 18, 2017, 01:10:44 AM
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right but my understanding is that ver diff is a set of hash one has to complete then submit it to the pool, mine happens to be 4000 shares, well with a mere 333 mh/s by the time it did submit the 4000 shares the block would had already been solved by someone else. Meaning with that high of diff there is no point mining.. Sad Ver diff is a way to save bandwidth.
That's not at all how mining works. Time to do some more reading my friend.

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December 18, 2017, 02:20:33 AM
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right but my understanding is that ver diff is a set of hash one has to complete then submit it to the pool, mine happens to be 4000 shares, well with a mere 333 mh/s by the time it did submit the 4000 shares the block would had already been solved by someone else. Meaning with that high of diff there is no point mining.. Sad Ver diff is a way to save bandwidth..

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The 4000 diff means you need to find a share that meets or exceeds a difficulty of 4000 before the pool accepts it.  To find a block you need to find a share that meets or exceeds current network difficulty which is WAY higher than 4000.  So if you find a share that high the pool will definitely accept it and submit it to the network as a block.

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December 18, 2017, 04:42:06 PM
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hi guys.

and my greetings to -ck for his amazing contributions to the bitcoin society over the years.

i just got around your solo mining pool. i have an old server pc lying around, thought about dropping some measly hash power into this solo mining.
i know the chances are pretty slim, but its not like it will do any better sitting in the attic, gathering dust ...

could you recommend which utility should i use for cpu mining ?
as your cgminer app does not support cpu mining anymore, as far as i've read ...
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December 18, 2017, 08:23:47 PM
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hi guys.

and my greetings to -ck for his amazing contributions to the bitcoin society over the years.

i just got around your solo mining pool. i have an old server pc lying around, thought about dropping some measly hash power into this solo mining.
i know the chances are pretty slim, but its not like it will do any better sitting in the attic, gathering dust ...

could you recommend which utility should i use for cpu mining ?
as your cgminer app does not support cpu mining anymore, as far as i've read ...
Please read:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2415854.0

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December 18, 2017, 08:49:09 PM
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hi guys.

and my greetings to -ck for his amazing contributions to the bitcoin society over the years.

i just got around your solo mining pool. i have an old server pc lying around, thought about dropping some measly hash power into this solo mining.
i know the chances are pretty slim, but its not like it will do any better sitting in the attic, gathering dust ...

could you recommend which utility should i use for cpu mining ?
as your cgminer app does not support cpu mining anymore, as far as i've read ...
Please read:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2415854.0

Read, and understood.
thats why i'm not mining with my Xeon processors in pools, its useless.
reading the concepts of ckpool and solo mining, just for trying my luck, got me here.

so you mean to tell me it is impossible for me to discover a block by chance, using CPU mining and solo.ckpool.org ?
knowing there is a teeeeeeny tiny difference between totally impossible and very improbable ?
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December 18, 2017, 08:51:27 PM
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hi guys.

and my greetings to -ck for his amazing contributions to the bitcoin society over the years.

i just got around your solo mining pool. i have an old server pc lying around, thought about dropping some measly hash power into this solo mining.
i know the chances are pretty slim, but its not like it will do any better sitting in the attic, gathering dust ...

could you recommend which utility should i use for cpu mining ?
as your cgminer app does not support cpu mining anymore, as far as i've read ...
Please read:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2415854.0

Read, and understood.
thats why i'm not mining with my Xeon processors in pools, its useless.
reading the concepts of ckpool and solo mining, just for trying my luck, got me here.

so you mean to tell me it is impossible for me to discover a block by chance, using CPU mining and solo.ckpool.org ?
knowing there is a teeeeeeny tiny difference between totally impossible and very improbable ?
The chance of finding a block CPU mining is less than one in the number of total particles in the known universe, but more than that, CPU miners are not welcome on my pools as they use up as much pool resource as multi-PH miners for nothing.

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December 19, 2017, 03:00:21 PM
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How long does it take for a user to appear under http://solo.ckpool.org/users/?  I began mining last night, but when I try to enter my wallet address I get a user not found error.  Thanks!
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December 19, 2017, 07:36:59 PM
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How long does it take for a user to appear under http://solo.ckpool.org/users/?  I began mining last night, but when I try to enter my wallet address I get a user not found error.  Thanks!
What hardware, what hashrate? If you have an insignificant hashrate it could take hours before you show up.

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December 19, 2017, 09:31:44 PM
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I have 5 usb miners with a hash rate around 9GH/s.  I started last night.

I'm using bfgminer
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I have 5 usb miners with a hash rate around 9GH/s.  I started last night.

I'm using bfgminer
Yes that is an insignificant hashrate. If you were using decent mining software such as cgminer, it would support the stratum standard for setting your diff with the --suggest-diff option which would allow the pool to set the diff according to your choice of diff without waiting for you to submit shares. Nonetheless shares are meaningless when solo mining and only used on this pool as feedback to miners to know they're successfully mining. If you wait long enough shares will start being accepted and then the pool will show your hashrate.

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December 19, 2017, 09:42:32 PM
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...hash rate around 9GH/s...
At current diff, you're at about likely to hit a block every 1,034,600 days (2,834.5 years), on average.  Cool

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December 20, 2017, 04:01:21 AM
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I have 5 usb miners with a hash rate around 9GH/s.  I started last night.

I'm using bfgminer
Yes that is an insignificant hashrate. If you were using decent mining software such as cgminer, it would support the stratum standard for setting your diff with the --suggest-diff option which would allow the pool to set the diff according to your choice of diff without waiting for you to submit shares. Nonetheless shares are meaningless when solo mining and only used on this pool as feedback to miners to know they're successfully mining. If you wait long enough shares will start being accepted and then the pool will show your hashrate.

Hi, I'm new to solo mining with bitcoin.

I'm getting below response after submitting the solved block
{"reject-reason":"Above target","result":false,"error":null,"id":6}


Would you/someone please help me to understand if target, markel and data is correct. I'm trying to write small program just to understand it properly.

Below few details:
JobId:59e1661b0001a6d6
Merkel Root:21e8ee900ff9b9792bc57a43f1697c6497eb3032911644bfedae27576ba6c49e
Target:703d0ad7a3703d0ad7a3703d0ad7a3703d0ad7a3703d0ad7a3703d6210000000
Data:20000000421b6c89f3189ed6f8cc66f9bf6d1a42e24f462700249196000000000000000021e8ee9 00ff9b9792bc57a43f1697c6497eb3032911644bfedae27576ba6c49e5a39ce7d18009645000000 00
Nonce:2514513048
Hash:000000083f8ed4dfae7e7828b83295c62fec400cea97f4269be23a549eb76aa8
Difficulty:4000
Time To Solve(sec):264.3119839
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December 20, 2017, 04:04:09 AM
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...hash rate around 9GH/s...
At current diff, you're at about likely to hit a block every 1,034,600 days (2,834.5 years), on average.  Cool

But, this could be your year Smiley
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December 21, 2017, 12:21:36 AM
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First of all thank you Con for making your ckpool software available.  I have one question that I've googled quite a bit but am still unclear what the answer is.

I am running ckpool without CKDB support, and my question is whether or not the rewards for solving a block will go to the BTC address provided by the worker or not?

So for example if someone else wanted to connect to my ckpool instance and used their btc address to connect with, and they solve a block, will they get 99% of the block reward or does it go to the bitcoin address saved in my ckpool.conf file?
That's really a ckpool software question, not a question for this pool. The answer is it goes to the bitcoin address in the conf file though. Only solo.ckpool.org uniquely sends it to username addresses, and no, the code for that is not public.

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