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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining USA/DE 255 blocks solved!  (Read 1511067 times)
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September 26, 2018, 09:04:09 AM
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do I need to do more?
You need a veritable shitload more luck, otherwise you'll end up with nothing.

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September 26, 2018, 09:18:31 AM
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I was talking about configurations. So just entering the wallet as user is enough just in case luck is on my side one day?
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September 26, 2018, 09:35:27 AM
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I was talking about configurations. So just entering the wallet as user is enough just in case luck is on my side one day?
That's all... I was being facetious.

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September 26, 2018, 09:46:08 AM
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I was talking about configurations. So just entering the wallet as user is enough just in case luck is on my side one day?
That's all... I was being facetious.

I still haven't figured out who sleeps less me or you. You are always on when I am on.... I am watching you.


ps. How long since the solo pool someone found themselves a block.

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September 26, 2018, 09:56:48 AM
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How long since the solo pool someone found themselves a block.

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September 26, 2018, 01:19:29 PM
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this site is also useful: https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/pool/solockpool

a Cray is the only computer that can run an endless loop in under 4 hours
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September 28, 2018, 07:47:45 AM
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Friends, my miner says the last share was 75 hours ago:

StatusDiffGetWorksPriorityAcceptedDiff1#DiffA#DiffR#DiffS#RejectedDiscardedStaleLSDiffLSTime
Alive3.3K70,5380857,937011,154,055,4224,753,92703721,972,4141393,30075:06:37

It sees the pool as alive, and everything is fine, but the stats show that indeed the pool isn't getting anything:

 "hashrate1m": "0",
 "hashrate5m": "0",
 "hashrate1hr": "0",
 "hashrate1d": "434G",
 "hashrate7d": "8.32T",
 "lastshare": 1537849237,
 "workers": 1,
 "shares": 37691318066,
 "bestshare": 62495859562.12523,
 "bestever": 162848075325,
 "worker":


Looking at the pool's stats, I see that indeed a few days ago the overall hashrate dropped:

{"hashrate1m": "5.25P", "hashrate5m": "5.07P", "hashrate15m": "4.95P", "hashrate1hr": "4.57P", "hashrate6hr": "4.76P", "hashrate1d": "5.78P", "hashrate7d": "6.42P"}

Any ideas, please?
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September 28, 2018, 08:00:54 AM
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Friends, my miner says the last share was 75 hours ago:
Restart your miner? Looks like you have a problem at your end...

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October 02, 2018, 05:40:28 PM
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dear I start now my first connection and I have a question

if I will fiend my miner mining did that mean I have found a new block?
if not  how can I know in any time that I have found a new block?
if my miner is now mining  when i will get the payment?
if my miner is mining and i closed it what will hapends  next time  i will open it?

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dear I start now my first connection and I have a question

if I will fiend my miner mining did that mean I have found a new block?
if not  how can I know in any time that I have found a new block?
if my miner is now mining  when i will get the payment?
if my miner is mining and i closed it what will hapends  next time  i will open it?

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aymantamim, you didn't provide enough information to fully answer all of your questions. But, let me try to help with a few, as best I can...

-if I will fiend my miner mining did that mean I have found a new block? Not at all. Mining is just that, mining...doing work. If you have a block solve then you have found a new block.
-if not  how can I know in any time that I have found a new block? Well, the most obvious sign is that you will magically have ~$80,000 worth of BTC in your wallet! You can see your stats at any time on solo.ckpool.org/user/[your-bitcoin-address] ... further, new solves will are announced here for all to see.
-if my miner is now mining  when i will get the payment? You do not get paid for mining on a solo pool, you will only get a payout if your miner(s) solve/find a block. In which case the mined coins will be deposited directly to you, minus the 1% fee for ck and all his hard work.
-if my miner is mining and i closed it what will hapends  next time  i will open it? This absolutely depends on your miner. If you are using a device, like an Antminer then mining should continue upon restart. If you are using a USB stick like GekkoScience's 2Pac then your the machine it is attached to will have to be configured to resume mining on restate. If you are using a GPU or, gasp, a CPU, then you are doing it wrong.

Good luck, and happy mining.
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October 02, 2018, 07:00:19 PM
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dear I start now my first connection and I have a question

if I will fiend my miner mining did that mean I have found a new block?
if not  how can I know in any time that I have found a new block?
if my miner is now mining  when i will get the payment?
if my miner is mining and i closed it what will hapends  next time  i will open it?

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aymantamim, you didn't provide enough information to fully answer all of your questions. But, let me try to help with a few, as best I can...

-if I will fiend my miner mining did that mean I have found a new block? Not at all. Mining is just that, mining...doing work. If you have a block solve then you have found a new block.
-if not  how can I know in any time that I have found a new block? Well, the most obvious sign is that you will magically have ~$80,000 worth of BTC in your wallet! You can see your stats at any time on solo.ckpool.org/user/[your-bitcoin-address] ... further, new solves will are announced here for all to see.
-if my miner is now mining  when i will get the payment? You do not get paid for mining on a solo pool, you will only get a payout if your miner(s) solve/find a block. In which case the mined coins will be deposited directly to you, minus the 1% fee for ck and all his hard work.
-if my miner is mining and i closed it what will hapends  next time  i will open it? This absolutely depends on your miner. If you are using a device, like an Antminer then mining should continue upon restart. If you are using a USB stick like GekkoScience's 2Pac then your the machine it is attached to will have to be configured to resume mining on restate. If you are using a GPU or, gasp, a CPU, then you are doing it wrong.

Good luck, and happy mining.

dear thanks for your answer
I am using a USB n-box  100ghs   and cgminer
iam now mining  so according to your replay I will not get paid from this solo pool

{ "hashrate1m": "99G", "hashrate5m": "76.6G", "hashrate1hr": "35G", "hashrate1d": "1.96G", "hashrate7d": "284M", "lastshare": 1538506515, "workers": 1, "shares": 50029, "bestshare": 21572.38917494493, "bestever": 21572, "worker": [ { "workername": "  ", "hashrate1m": "99G", "hashrate5m": "76.6G", "hashrate1hr": "35G", "hashrate1d": "1.96G", "hashrate7d": "284M", "lastshare": 1538506515, "shares": 50029, "bestshare": 21572.38917494493, "bestever": 21572 } ] }

now I closed my cgminer and open it   there is nathing  how to configure it to resume mining
 
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October 02, 2018, 07:08:30 PM
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dear I start now my first connection and I have a question

if I will fiend my miner mining did that mean I have found a new block?
if not  how can I know in any time that I have found a new block?
if my miner is now mining  when i will get the payment?
if my miner is mining and i closed it what will hapends  next time  i will open it?

regards

aymantamim, you didn't provide enough information to fully answer all of your questions. But, let me try to help with a few, as best I can...

-if I will fiend my miner mining did that mean I have found a new block? Not at all. Mining is just that, mining...doing work. If you have a block solve then you have found a new block.
-if not  how can I know in any time that I have found a new block? Well, the most obvious sign is that you will magically have ~$80,000 worth of BTC in your wallet! You can see your stats at any time on solo.ckpool.org/user/[your-bitcoin-address] ... further, new solves will are announced here for all to see.
-if my miner is now mining  when i will get the payment? You do not get paid for mining on a solo pool, you will only get a payout if your miner(s) solve/find a block. In which case the mined coins will be deposited directly to you, minus the 1% fee for ck and all his hard work.
-if my miner is mining and i closed it what will hapends  next time  i will open it? This absolutely depends on your miner. If you are using a device, like an Antminer then mining should continue upon restart. If you are using a USB stick like GekkoScience's 2Pac then your the machine it is attached to will have to be configured to resume mining on restate. If you are using a GPU or, gasp, a CPU, then you are doing it wrong.

Good luck, and happy mining.

dear thanks for your answer
I am using a USB n-box  100ghs   and cgminer
iam now mining  so according to your replay I will not get paid from this solo pool

{ "hashrate1m": "99G", "hashrate5m": "76.6G", "hashrate1hr": "35G", "hashrate1d": "1.96G", "hashrate7d": "284M", "lastshare": 1538506515, "workers": 1, "shares": 50029, "bestshare": 21572.38917494493, "bestever": 21572, "worker": [ { "workername": "  ", "hashrate1m": "99G", "hashrate5m": "76.6G", "hashrate1hr": "35G", "hashrate1d": "1.96G", "hashrate7d": "284M", "lastshare": 1538506515, "shares": 50029, "bestshare": 21572.38917494493, "bestever": 21572 } ] }

With 100Gh this is probably as fine a place for you as any, you are unlikely to find a block, but if you do the reward would be huge. Think of mining here like a lottery...if you win, you win a lot, but your chance of winning is very small.

If you actually want a payout for mining, however small, I would suggest you look at CK's other pool:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1876330.0
ckpool.org
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October 02, 2018, 07:22:16 PM
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With 100Gh this is probably as fine a place for you as any, you are unlikely to find a block, but if you do the reward would be huge. Think of mining here like a lottery...if you win, you win a lot, but your chance of winning is very small.

If you actually want a payout for mining, however small, I would suggest you look at CK's other pool:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1876330.0
ckpool.org

do you know the average of earning using  SPLNS  100ghs  from this pool per day?

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With 100Gh this is probably as fine a place for you as any, you are unlikely to find a block, but if you do the reward would be huge. Think of mining here like a lottery...if you win, you win a lot, but your chance of winning is very small.

If you actually want a payout for mining, however small, I would suggest you look at CK's other pool:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1876330.0
ckpool.org

do you know the average of earning using  SPLNS  100ghs  from this pool per day?

It's not much!

You can do the math, but based on current diff you are looking at maybe $0.70 / month, so less than $0.03 / day.
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October 06, 2018, 06:10:05 AM
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What's the chances of finding a block with 42TH/s? just curious. running 2 14TH/s testing this out to see if its worth it. I suppose it's about as good as playing the lottery? LOL  Grin Cool
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October 06, 2018, 06:34:41 AM
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What's the chances of finding a block with 42TH/s? just curious. running 2 14TH/s testing this out to see if its worth it. I suppose it's about as good as playing the lottery? LOL  Grin Cool

With 42Th your chances are slim to none.   And of course running solo is
Not worth it.  Unless you hit a block.   But that’s hard to say for 90+% of us soloing. Because we
Some hard core gamblers. And don’t even realize it 😂😂😂
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October 06, 2018, 06:35:59 AM
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sooooo !@%$#% it? and go back to pooling? lol
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October 06, 2018, 06:57:50 AM
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sooooo !@%$#% it? and go back to pooling? lol


I'll take that as a yes? HAAHHAAHA
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October 06, 2018, 09:46:12 AM
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 [2018-10-06 11:33:56] Started cgminer 4.3.3
 [2018-10-06 11:33:57] Probing for an alive pool
 [2018-10-06 11:33:57] Pool 0 difficulty changed to 10000
 [2018-10-06 11:33:57] Pool 0 message: Authorised, welcome to solo.ckpool.org #######################
 [2018-10-06 11:33:58] Network diff set to 7.45T
 [2018-10-06 11:34:21] Pool 0 message: New best ever share for user: 1992666.524047
 [2018-10-06 11:34:21] Stratum from pool 0 requested work restart
 [2018-10-06 11:34:21] Accepted 086b5a9f Diff 1.99M/10000 RMU 0
 [2018-10-06 11:35:30] Accepted db76fb11 Diff 76.4K/10000 RMU 0
 [2018-10-06 11:36:14] Pool 0 message: New best ever share for user: 2492501.153642
 [2018-10-06 11:36:14] Accepted 06bb2119 Diff 2.49M/10000 RMU 0
 [2018-10-06 11:41:05] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block

This word  i can see  it many many time  in the day what is the meaning
Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
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 [2018-10-06 11:41:05] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block

This word  i can see  it many many time  in the day what is the meaning
Stratum from pool 0 detected new block


It means somewhere on the network, a new block was found, and the pool is sending your client new work to work on that new previous block ID. (It does not mean your worker found a block, sadly.)
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