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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 1% fee solo mining USA/DE 251 blocks solved!  (Read 1462755 times)
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January 04, 2018, 10:39:51 AM
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Can you confirm that all is working fine? For me looks that is not working because this lines shows zero:
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(5s):0.000 (1m):0.000 (5m):0.000 (15m):0.000 (avg):0.000h/s
 A:0  R:0  HW:0  WU:0.0/m
Everything is working fine and indeed it is correct, your hashrate is zero because you don't have any mining hardware. Please read https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2415854.0

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January 04, 2018, 12:37:01 PM
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Awesome. Thanks for the explanation. That makes me feel better before I throw more miners to the pool.

I tried using cgminer, being ck's pool and whatnot, but I couldn't figure out the bat file. Eventually I gave up and tried bfg and it worked. This stuff ain't easy for those of us who aren't technical...

Hi, I am having the same issue with my Gekkoscience miner running cgminer.. What should I do to have lower rate?

If your miners are working, just wait. Once you get a share above 4k difficulty the pool recognizes you and lowers the assigned difficulty level.

Cgminer lets you change the difficulty, but I couldn't even figure out how to use it, so you'd have to ask on another thread for support.
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or whatever you want to set your diff to to the end of your cgminer command. Is it really that hard?  Undecided

Thanks. What would be the ideal number to add? You mentioned 40 which is fine as it isn't working with 4000, I am wondering how this number affects the whole mining activity. I am playing the lottery as well, with my gekkoscience 2pac ASIC miner. Sorry for the lame question I am new.
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January 04, 2018, 01:38:21 PM
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Thanks. What would be the ideal number to add? You mentioned 40 which is fine as it isn't working with 4000, I am wondering how this number affects the whole mining activity. I am playing the lottery as well, with my gekkoscience 2pac ASIC miner. Sorry for the lame question I am new.

For a 2Pac, use 90 as the suggested diff.
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January 04, 2018, 02:06:39 PM
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Everything is working fine and indeed it is correct, your hashrate is zero because you don't have any mining hardware. Please read https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2415854.0

Thanks for answer. So in this situation is some benefit to hold cgminer running on my RPi2 without mining USB Stick?
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January 04, 2018, 05:26:54 PM
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Everything is working fine and indeed it is correct, your hashrate is zero because you don't have any mining hardware. Please read https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2415854.0

Thanks for answer. So in this situation is some benefit to hold cgminer running on my RPi2 without mining USB Stick?

This would be like having a monitor without a computer and wondering why you can't use the internet.
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January 04, 2018, 05:33:26 PM
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This would be like having a monitor without a computer and wondering why you can't use the internet.

Ok, thanks  Cheesy
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January 04, 2018, 06:48:21 PM
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Thanks. What would be the ideal number to add? You mentioned 40 which is fine as it isn't working with 4000, I am wondering how this number affects the whole mining activity. I am playing the lottery as well, with my gekkoscience 2pac ASIC miner. Sorry for the lame question I am new.

For a 2Pac, use 90 as the suggested diff.

Ok, thats done set to 90 now. Could you please help me to understand what is this difficulty level, and how do we calculate them?
Thanks.
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January 04, 2018, 07:28:39 PM
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Thanks. What would be the ideal number to add? You mentioned 40 which is fine as it isn't working with 4000, I am wondering how this number affects the whole mining activity. I am playing the lottery as well, with my gekkoscience 2pac ASIC miner. Sorry for the lame question I am new.

For a 2Pac, use 90 as the suggested diff.

Ok, thats done set to 90 now. Could you please help me to understand what is this difficulty level, and how do we calculate them?
Thanks.

Your miner takes a bunch of data and creates a hash. Based on the hexadecimal representation of the hash, it gets a difficulty value.

 For example, this hash: 00000000839a8e6886ab5951d76f411475428afc90947ee320161bbf18eb6048 - it has 8 leading zeroes. It's difficulty is 1. (This was the second block mined.) Take a modern block like: 00000000000000000000026a36ce6423544d841d51f5b36ffccb63e4a4ce0b12 -  25 leading zeroes, and a difficulty of 29.84 quadrillion. (You can look at the reverse of the block hash and count the zeroes [at the end since you've reversed it] and see how big of a number it is.)

If you find a block with a difficulty over the network difficulty, currently 1.9 trillion, you get a block. However, you'd have no idea your miners were doing anything at all since its unlikely you'd hit that. So the pool has a lower difficulty it'll accept, just to acknowledge it sees work coming from your miner. That's what it says as "Accepted". In the solo pool, that doesn't really matter, since you only get paid when you hit a network block, but other pools will pay you some percentage of a block other people hit based on the number of shares they've accepted.

Pools set the difficulty they'll accept based on their own rules - I believe solo pool can go as low as 1.

Other pools set the starting diff higher, which means you need more hash rate and faster ASICs to participate in that pool.

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January 05, 2018, 01:59:39 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":


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January 05, 2018, 02:14:10 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.

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January 05, 2018, 02:36:31 AM
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I have pointed my one 2Pac stick here to see if I would be the first one.  Smiley

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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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