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January 13, 2018, 12:21:01 AM
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4. I see cgminer adjusts miners difficulty by its hashrate,

CGMiner doesn't adjust the difficulty, the pool does.

Pools in general do this to limit bandwidth and load on the pool.  The solo pool does this to give feedback to miners that they are really mining.  It seems miners these days don't believe the hash rate their miner is telling them so they tend to want the feedback from the pool as a verification.

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January 13, 2018, 12:26:14 AM
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2. Does cgminer takes that into consideration when pointed to solo.ckpool ?
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5. Maximum nonce on 32 bit is 4294967295. That's ~4.2 Gh/s. When you have more hashing rate than this does what mining software (cgminer in particular) does in meantime its waiting for next work ?

2. Accepted shares can be a lower difficulty than the network diff, and just show you (and the mining software) that it's working

5. You can change the time, or the extra nonce. You can also get fancy with adjusting the merkle root. Mining space is practically unlimited.
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January 13, 2018, 05:40:33 AM
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2. Does cgminer takes that into consideration when pointed to solo.ckpool ?
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5. Maximum nonce on 32 bit is 4294967295. That's ~4.2 Gh/s. When you have more hashing rate than this does what mining software (cgminer in particular) does in meantime its waiting for next work ?

2. Accepted shares can be a lower difficulty than the network diff, and just show you (and the mining software) that it's working

5. You can change the time, or the extra nonce. You can also get fancy with adjusting the merkle root. Mining space is practically unlimited.

Only parameters being submitted to node/server is time, nonce and extranonce2.
I dont' think modifying merkel root is allowed. If mining software modifies merkel root, how server going to validate it against the parameters I'm submitting ?
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January 13, 2018, 09:29:10 AM
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Hey guys.. ok so i only have 4 days experience in mining..

i have 1 Antminer S9.. and my electricity cost is negligible.. would i have a chance of mining a block solo on ckpool? is it worth the shot?
im willing to keep my antminer pointed there for 4months..

Also.. do you think i would have a higher chance of mining Bitcoin cash solo? or are their difficulties similar at this point?

Thanks in advance
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January 13, 2018, 09:30:35 AM
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Hey guys.. ok so i only have 4 days experience in mining..

i have 1 Antminer S9.. and my electricity cost is negligible.. would i have a chance of mining a block solo on ckpool? is it worth the shot?
im willing to keep my antminer pointed there for 4months..
You have about a 1 in 1500 chance of finding a block each day. Go elsewhere for advice on shitcoins please.

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January 13, 2018, 09:35:18 AM
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Hey guys.. ok so i only have 4 days experience in mining..

i have 1 Antminer S9.. and my electricity cost is negligible.. would i have a chance of mining a block solo on ckpool? is it worth the shot?
im willing to keep my antminer pointed there for 4months..
You have about a 1 in 1500 chance of finding a block each day. Go elsewhere for advice on shitcoins please.


Ok so i do have a chance.. can you tell me how you calculated that?
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January 13, 2018, 09:46:35 AM
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Hey guys.. ok so i only have 4 days experience in mining..

i have 1 Antminer S9.. and my electricity cost is negligible.. would i have a chance of mining a block solo on ckpool? is it worth the shot?
im willing to keep my antminer pointed there for 4months..
You have about a 1 in 1500 chance of finding a block each day. Go elsewhere for advice on shitcoins please.


Ok so i do have a chance.. can you tell me how you calculated that?
It's actually a bit lower sorry, I did a rough estimate and diff has risen from when I last checked. It's in in 7700 per day.
4.2gigahashes solves 1 diff 1 share per second.
Current difficulty is 2,227,847,638,503, which means you solve a block on average every 2.2 trillion diff 1 shares. You have 14 terrahash or 14000 gigahashes so you solve 288 million diff 1 shares per day.

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January 13, 2018, 10:33:10 AM
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Hey guys.. ok so i only have 4 days experience in mining..

i have 1 Antminer S9.. and my electricity cost is negligible.. would i have a chance of mining a block solo on ckpool? is it worth the shot?
im willing to keep my antminer pointed there for 4months..
You have about a 1 in 1500 chance of finding a block each day. Go elsewhere for advice on shitcoins please.


Ok so i do have a chance.. can you tell me how you calculated that?
It's actually a bit lower sorry, I did a rough estimate and diff has risen from when I last checked. It's in in 7700 per day.
4.2gigahashes solves 1 diff 1 share per second.
Current difficulty is 2,227,847,638,503, which means you solve a block on average every 2.2 trillion diff 1 shares. You have 14 terrahash or 14000 gigahashes so you solve 288 million diff 1 shares per day.

i thought this was the current difficulty: 1,590,896,927,258 :/
Where do you check for bitcoin difficulty?
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January 13, 2018, 10:57:42 AM
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i thought this was the current difficulty: 1,590,896,927,258 :/
Where do you check for bitcoin difficulty?

It was that, a month and a half ago. check out https://btc.com/stats/diff or use your wallet and type getdifficulty into the debug console.

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January 13, 2018, 11:16:19 AM
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i thought this was the current difficulty: 1,590,896,927,258 :/
Where do you check for bitcoin difficulty?

It was that, a month and a half ago. check out https://btc.com/stats/diff or use your wallet and type getdifficulty into the debug console.

Alright great thanks alot!
and thanks ck!

Goodluck to all
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January 13, 2018, 02:56:27 PM
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Only parameters being submitted to node/server is time, nonce and extranonce2.
I dont' think modifying merkel root is allowed. If mining software modifies merkel root, how server going to validate it against the parameters I'm submitting ?

The server can modify it, if it wants. I don't believe that ckpool does. I was just explaining how the mining space is infinite.
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January 16, 2018, 11:33:34 AM
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Hey.

I've been pointing my cgminer for quite some time to the pool but it seems that I don't receive any shares whatsoever.
Code:
Queued work requests: 2883
 Share submissions: 0
 Accepted shares: 0
 Rejected shares: 0
 Accepted difficulty shares: 0
 Rejected difficulty shares: 0
 Items worked on: 17558
 Discarded work due to new blocks: 1200
 Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0
 Unable to get work from server occasions: 0
 Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0

Can anyone please shed some light on what's wrong with my cgminer?

EDIT:
Problem solved
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January 16, 2018, 11:39:08 AM
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Hey.

I've been pointing my cgminer for quite some time to the pool but it seems that I don't receive any shares whatsoever.

Can anyone please shed some light on what's wrong with my cgminer?

You don't receive shares, you send shares.

What mining hardware do you have?  Maybe post a screen shot of CGMiner?

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January 16, 2018, 06:02:18 PM
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Hi,
I want to rent some hashes to find my luck! I tried port 4334, but always receive this error: "Pool difficulty too low"
I know difficulty doesn't matter in this case but is there any idea how much diff i should set for diff to not get this error?

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January 16, 2018, 06:04:35 PM
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Hi,
I want to rent some hash to find my luck! I tried port 4334, but always receive this error: "Pool difficulty too low"
I know difficulty doesn't matter in this case but is there any idea how much diff i should set for diff to not get this error?

Port 4334 difficulty is set to 1 million, just how freaking high does your rental service want it? You have no control over diff as the user.

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January 16, 2018, 06:21:55 PM
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Hi,
I want to rent some hash to find my luck! I tried port 4334, but always receive this error: "Pool difficulty too low"
I know difficulty doesn't matter in this case but is there any idea how much diff i should set for diff to not get this error?

Port 4334 difficulty is set to 1 million, just how freaking high does your rental service want it? You have no control over diff as the user.
i want to rent 2ph from nicehash.(also i can set diff in nicehash)
so it seems the problem is from nicehash.

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Problem solved
sorry for bothering you

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January 16, 2018, 06:34:42 PM
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Only problem with nicehash and port 4334 I've had is with fixed orders. Somehow fixed orders and ck's pools don't mix well together but using a normal order I've never had a problem.
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January 17, 2018, 04:18:17 AM
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Only problem with nicehash and port 4334 I've had is with fixed orders. Somehow fixed orders and ck's pools don't mix well together but using a normal order I've never had a problem.
thanks yes i have the same problem

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January 17, 2018, 05:38:51 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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Congrats on the found. How long did it take to find a block?
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January 17, 2018, 06:39:01 AM
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What do you think about this? It kinda makes sense.

https://sensepost.com/blog/2017/a-distinguisher-for-sha256-using-bitcoin-mining-faster-along-the-way/
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