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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining USA/DE 255 blocks solved!  (Read 1510225 times)
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January 05, 2018, 04:02:23 AM
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Has anyone in the solo pool ever solved a block with a gekkoscience 2pac ASIC miner or have heard other stories of these type of devices solving blocks?


 "hashrate1m": "12.7G",
 "hashrate5m": "11.4G",
 "hashrate1hr": "10.5G",
 "hashrate1d": "9.45G",
 "hashrate7d": "5.77G",
 "lastshare": 1515117463,
 "workers": 1,
 "shares": 1294193,
 "bestshare": 2732023.865738234,
 "bestever": 2732023,
 "worker":



Not in this pool. The smallest hashrate that ever solved a block here was about 100GH but that was a long time ago as well.


Thanks for the quick response! I know it's like trying to hit the lottery.
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January 05, 2018, 09:01:05 AM
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So for kicks pointing my 5 workers with a consolidated total of 68.5THs what are my calculated chances in finding a block as in how long would it take to possibly find a block based on this hash rate?

3 S9 @ 13.5
2 S9 @ 14

Just curious... Would you recommend the pool or solo?

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January 05, 2018, 11:01:19 AM
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So for kicks pointing my 5 workers with a consolidated total of 68.5THs what are my calculated chances in finding a block as in how long would it take to possibly find a block based on this hash rate?

3 S9 @ 13.5
2 S9 @ 14

Just curious... Would you recommend the pool or solo?

Many thx.
It should take about 1400 days on average to find a block with that hashrate... Or one in 1400 chance per day of finding a block.

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January 05, 2018, 09:10:01 PM
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Just joined this pool with one Antminer U3. Will mine there till Antminer (or pool) dies. Wish me luck  Cheesy
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January 06, 2018, 02:18:06 AM
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Has anyone in the solo pool ever solved a block with a gekkoscience 2pac ASIC miner or have heard other stories of these type of devices solving blocks?
We used to have a "best share" fun run for gekko sticks that pointed to this pool, I think the highest share ever was just over 1 billion; no one has ever come close to a block solve.
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January 06, 2018, 04:16:59 PM
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Is there a solo.ckpool for BCH? Or, a BCH pool.ckpool?
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January 06, 2018, 04:24:52 PM
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Is there a solo.ckpool for BCH? Or, a BCH pool.ckpool?
No, and I feel safe in assuming never.  Cool

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January 06, 2018, 09:04:02 PM
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Is there a solo.ckpool for BCH? Or, a BCH pool.ckpool?
No, and I feel safe in assuming never.  Cool
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January 07, 2018, 11:26:18 PM
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I feel a block coming on!!!   C'mon already!!! Smiley
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January 08, 2018, 09:10:03 PM
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I feel a block coming on!!!   C'mon already!!! Smiley


Pool stats shows total shares of 1,785,968,442,556 - so getting around the time someone should hit something, statistically. Hope its my 2Pacs!
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January 09, 2018, 12:48:54 PM
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Quick one,  Can i point the miner to a coinbase wallet address or I need some other sort of bitcoin wallet for mining?
In the other hand which wallet is the best on the market? (low rates, fees etc)?

Thanks.
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January 09, 2018, 02:11:17 PM
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Quick one,  Can i point the miner to a coinbase wallet address or I need some other sort of bitcoin wallet for mining?
In the other hand which wallet is the best on the market? (low rates, fees etc)?

Thanks.

You could point to a coinbase account, but then you are trusted them to correctly store and manage your coins. If you're ok with that, that's one option.

Wallets shouldn't have fees - its open source software. There's Bitcoin Core, Electrum, Armory, and countless others. You seem like you might be pretty new to this, so you should look at something simple, like Electrum.

Be sure you protect your seed and write it down somewhere safe.
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January 09, 2018, 06:16:54 PM
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Quick one,  Can i point the miner to a coinbase wallet address or I need some other sort of bitcoin wallet for mining?
In the other hand which wallet is the best on the market? (low rates, fees etc)?

Thanks.
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January 09, 2018, 09:11:25 PM
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Did the pool change the automated difficultly adjustment to a permanent 4k?

Before, it would assign that initially but adjust my difficulty after seeing my wimpy hash rate, and I could be obsessive complusive and check a few times a day how my pitiful little block erupters were doing.

Now, it's assigned a permanent 4k to me and even though it's recognized me a few times this week when I break the threshold, it looks like I'm not connected a majority of the time.
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January 09, 2018, 09:12:11 PM
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Did the pool change the automated difficultly adjustment to a permanent 4k?

Before, it would assign that initially but adjust my difficulty after seeing my wimpy hash rate, and I could be obsessive complusive and check a few times a day how my pitiful little block erupters were doing.

Now, it's assigned a permanent 4k to me and even though it's recognized me a few times this week when I break the threshold, it looks like I'm not connected a majority of the time.
No

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January 09, 2018, 09:31:07 PM
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Did the pool change the automated difficultly adjustment to a permanent 4k?

Before, it would assign that initially but adjust my difficulty after seeing my wimpy hash rate, and I could be obsessive complusive and check a few times a day how my pitiful little block erupters were doing.

Now, it's assigned a permanent 4k to me and even though it's recognized me a few times this week when I break the threshold, it looks like I'm not connected a majority of the time.
No

Cool. Thanks for the quick response.

So do you know any other reason my difficulty keeps jumping to 4k? My miners are not disconnecting, they have been active for days and they are intermittently registering as active on the pool.
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January 09, 2018, 09:33:37 PM
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Did the pool change the automated difficultly adjustment to a permanent 4k?

Before, it would assign that initially but adjust my difficulty after seeing my wimpy hash rate, and I could be obsessive complusive and check a few times a day how my pitiful little block erupters were doing.

Now, it's assigned a permanent 4k to me and even though it's recognized me a few times this week when I break the threshold, it looks like I'm not connected a majority of the time.
No

Cool. Thanks for the quick response.

So do you know any other reason my difficulty keeps jumping to 4k? My miners are not disconnecting, they have been active for days and they are intermittently registering as active on the pool.
Random disconnections. Each reconnect will put you back at the starting diff. You could always add a suggest diff to your cgminer command to avoid waiting. If you're not using cgminer... well diff doesn't matter on a solo pool anyway.

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January 09, 2018, 10:16:50 PM
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Did the pool change the automated difficultly adjustment to a permanent 4k?

Before, it would assign that initially but adjust my difficulty after seeing my wimpy hash rate, and I could be obsessive complusive and check a few times a day how my pitiful little block erupters were doing.

Now, it's assigned a permanent 4k to me and even though it's recognized me a few times this week when I break the threshold, it looks like I'm not connected a majority of the time.
No

Cool. Thanks for the quick response.

So do you know any other reason my difficulty keeps jumping to 4k? My miners are not disconnecting, they have been active for days and they are intermittently registering as active on the pool.
Random disconnections. Each reconnect will put you back at the starting diff. You could always add a suggest diff to your cgminer command to avoid waiting. If you're not using cgminer... well diff doesn't matter on a solo pool anyway.

That's true.

Thanks so much!
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January 11, 2018, 10:40:07 AM
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[2018-01-11 04:35:51.597] Possible block solve diff 2363747331127.568848 !
[2018-01-11 04:35:51.826] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2018-01-11 04:35:52.002] Solved and confirmed block 503670 by 3ErUqs4Kxmdrw8CyHwiXMwRc6mUoHhTpsk.62268
[2018-01-11 04:35:52.002] User 3ErUqs4Kxmdrw8CyHwiXMwRc6mUoHhTpsk:{"hashrate1m": "1.63P", "hashrate5m": "1.64P", "hashrate1hr": "1.66P", "hashrate1d": "820T", "hashrate7d": "231T"}
[2018-01-11 04:35:52.002] Worker 3ErUqs4Kxmdrw8CyHwiXMwRc6mUoHhTpsk.62268:{"hashrate1m": "1.18P", "hashrate5m": "1.19P", "hashrate1hr": "1.2P", "hashrate1d": "549T", "hashrate7d": "101T"}
[2018-01-11 04:35:52.007] Block solved after 2013858835869 shares at 104.3% diff

https://btc.com/00000000000000000077140243064000ba35b22d3e2440e936a722b90cd09365

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January 11, 2018, 10:45:18 AM
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Code:
[2018-01-11 04:35:51.597] Possible block solve diff 2363747331127.568848 !
[2018-01-11 04:35:51.826] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2018-01-11 04:35:52.002] Solved and confirmed block 503670 by 3ErUqs4Kxmdrw8CyHwiXMwRc6mUoHhTpsk.62268
[2018-01-11 04:35:52.002] User 3ErUqs4Kxmdrw8CyHwiXMwRc6mUoHhTpsk:{"hashrate1m": "1.63P", "hashrate5m": "1.64P", "hashrate1hr": "1.66P", "hashrate1d": "820T", "hashrate7d": "231T"}
[2018-01-11 04:35:52.002] Worker 3ErUqs4Kxmdrw8CyHwiXMwRc6mUoHhTpsk.62268:{"hashrate1m": "1.18P", "hashrate5m": "1.19P", "hashrate1hr": "1.2P", "hashrate1d": "549T", "hashrate7d": "101T"}
[2018-01-11 04:35:52.007] Block solved after 2013858835869 shares at 104.3% diff

https://btc.com/00000000000000000077140243064000ba35b22d3e2440e936a722b90cd09365


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