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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining USA/DE 255 blocks solved!  (Read 1510379 times)
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November 08, 2019, 02:47:40 AM
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Hello all... I'm hoping someone can help me out here.  I just set up a small ttbit miner on the pool, however - when I try to view statistics I'm getting a 404 not found error.  The miner is connected and running fine - I just can't get to my stats.  Has anyone experienced this problem before?  and if you have solved the problem how did you do it?  Thanks in advance...
You probably haven't even submitted a single share if it's a very small miner. Alternatively you're mining at the wrong pool (ckpool.org).

I just verified that I'm mining on the correct pool (solo.ckpool.org) and it looks like I have submitted at least one share as I can see a best share of 6.4K in the cgminer software.  Not exactly sure what the problem is here.
You haven't submitted a single share. They start at 10k. It's exactly the problem I told you it was.

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November 08, 2019, 02:50:27 AM
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Hello all... I'm hoping someone can help me out here.  I just set up a small ttbit miner on the pool, however - when I try to view statistics I'm getting a 404 not found error.  The miner is connected and running fine - I just can't get to my stats.  Has anyone experienced this problem before?  and if you have solved the problem how did you do it?  Thanks in advance...
You probably haven't even submitted a single share if it's a very small miner. Alternatively you're mining at the wrong pool (ckpool.org).

I just verified that I'm mining on the correct pool (solo.ckpool.org) and it looks like I have submitted at least one share as I can see a best share of 6.4K in the cgminer software.  Not exactly sure what the problem is here.
You haven't submitted a single share. They start at 10k. It's exactly the problem I told you it was.

Got it - thanks!
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November 08, 2019, 09:01:54 AM
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Hello all... I'm hoping someone can help me out here.  I just set up a small ttbit miner on the pool, however - when I try to view statistics I'm getting a 404 not found error.  The miner is connected and running fine - I just can't get to my stats.  Has anyone experienced this problem before?  and if you have solved the problem how did you do it?  Thanks in advance...
You probably haven't even submitted a single share if it's a very small miner. Alternatively you're mining at the wrong pool (ckpool.org).

I just verified that I'm mining on the correct pool (solo.ckpool.org) and it looks like I have submitted at least one share as I can see a best share of 6.4K in the cgminer software.  Not exactly sure what the problem is here.
You haven't submitted a single share. They start at 10k. It's exactly the problem I told you it was.

Got it - thanks!


Try to start cgminer like this, and you will see shares at about 1-10 min. after starting:
./cgminer -c cgminer.conf --gekko-2pac-freq 100 --suggest-diff 7

Note that the '--suggest-diff 7' is just the start value then, the pool automaticly adjust that afterwards.

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http://solo.ckpool.org for Solominers
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November 08, 2019, 10:42:21 AM
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last block was found using i believe a 12Ph rental

chance with 3Th
Chance per block: 1 in 30,854,191
Chance per day: 1 in 214,265
Time estimate: 587 years

Chance with 300Th
Chance per block: 1 in 308,542
Chance per day: 1 in 2,143
Time estimate: 6 years


thank's for explanation. so far away from my status, but this chance still open. anyone to found a block. maybe for status my hasrate need Time estimate : 587 years chance me to found a block. but if lucky maybe today or tomorrow if i mine on solo.ckpool.org/.
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November 09, 2019, 01:35:35 AM
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last block was found using i believe a 12Ph rental

chance with 3Th
Chance per block: 1 in 30,854,191
Chance per day: 1 in 214,265
Time estimate: 587 years

Chance with 300Th
Chance per block: 1 in 308,542
Chance per day: 1 in 2,143
Time estimate: 6 years


thank's for explanation. so far away from my status, but this chance still open. anyone to found a block. maybe for status my hasrate need Time estimate : 587 years chance me to found a block. but if lucky maybe today or tomorrow if i mine on solo.ckpool.org/.


Yes, thats the thing about a lottery,  anyone of us can hit the block today, tomorrow, in a week, or not for another 6 months, or maybe even never.  considering this difficulty climb.   Its all a matter of luck
So solo mine on
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November 13, 2019, 02:58:56 AM
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Hi all. As part of my spring cleaning I will be restarting this server as well in an hour to freshen things up a little. Downtime should be negligible.

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November 13, 2019, 04:13:44 AM
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i am new here. i need help to start mining now i have bitcoin core wallet and my all miner started to mine. need anything else please tell me?
tell me about CKPOOL configuration like bitcoin.conf file. is this settings recomended for mining?
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November 13, 2019, 04:26:56 AM
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Hi all. As part of my spring cleaning I will be restarting this server as well in an hour to freshen things up a little. Downtime should be negligible.
Restart completed uneventfully. Mine on.

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November 13, 2019, 04:31:10 AM
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i am new here. i need help to start mining now i have bitcoin core wallet and my all miner started to mine. need anything else please tell me?
tell me about CKPOOL configuration like bitcoin.conf file. is this settings recomended for mining?

What are you mining with and you know this is a solo pool right?, you dont get nothing for your machines pointed at this pool, not even if it hits a block.
Unless its your mining address..

So that being said, give us a little more information



Otherwise start reading here
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=763510.0
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November 13, 2019, 10:31:22 AM
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Hi all. As part of my spring cleaning I will be restarting this server as well in an hour to freshen things up a little. Downtime should be negligible.

Enjoy the spring! -19C here :-P
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November 13, 2019, 05:48:02 PM
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Spring?  It's not even winter yet!
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November 14, 2019, 12:47:55 AM
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Spring?  It's not even winter yet!

It's spring in Australia

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November 16, 2019, 05:41:59 PM
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Lets ramp up some PH here again Fellas....
Threw a couple at it today..
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November 19, 2019, 05:07:31 AM
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Lets ramp up some PH here again Fellas....
Threw a couple at it today..
that's sure, we're here to solve block.
the best place to test your luck  Grin 12.5 before halving next year.

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November 19, 2019, 05:48:10 AM
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And what happens after halving? Will Bitcoin get cheaper? Or more expensive? How will this affect the complexity of the network? Many questions, few answers)
Difficulty will fall for a bit and then eventually rise back to where it was, and then keep rising. The value of bitcoin people will tell you all sorts of things about, but in my opinion the two are not linked in any way, and any associations people have made with bitcoin value and halving is just associating coincidental movements. I believe the value is dissociated and unrelated.

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November 19, 2019, 07:52:13 AM
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Difficulty will fall for a bit and then eventually rise back to where it was, and then keep rising. The value of bitcoin people will tell you all sorts of things about, but in my opinion the two are not linked in any way, and any associations people have made with bitcoin value and halving is just associating coincidental movements. I believe the value is dissociated and unrelated.
nice point ck, demand and supply That's it. Grin
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November 19, 2019, 01:07:42 PM
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And what happens after halving? Will Bitcoin get cheaper? Or more expensive? How will this affect the complexity of the network? Many questions, few answers)
Difficulty will fall for a bit and then eventually rise back to where it was, and then keep rising. The value of bitcoin people will tell you all sorts of things about, but in my opinion the two are not linked in any way, and any associations people have made with bitcoin value and halving is just associating coincidental movements. I believe the value is dissociated and unrelated.
My goodness, a voice of reason amongst the din. Jeesus...people look at me like I have three heads when I tell them this. Not to mention the ridiculous assumption that BTC goes up before the halving due to " Less Supply". Huh?? Less supply??? No it is still 21 million. Likely you will see MORE BTC for sale as poorly managed farms go under and liquidate their assets. ( BTC ).
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November 19, 2019, 02:01:12 PM
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Yeah   with 18,000,000 loose and 3,000,000 restricted.  we have a supply of 21,000,000

At least 2,000,000  are early coins

So 16,000,000 easy access.

Maybe 1,000,000 of them are lost.

Still makes 15,000,000 that can be moved and shifted with ease.

So  dishing out

 2016 x 12.5 = 25,200 coins a jump.
 2016 x 6.25 = 12,600 coins a jump.

12,600 coins do not make much difference in the easy to get mined coins.

does make a difference for a miner. 

does make a difference for a builder like bitmain.

I have always felt   that the 3.125 jump  will be the key jump.

not this one.  As the reward to transaction ratio in a 3.25 block  will be critical.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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November 19, 2019, 02:05:29 PM
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the way I see it, even with a well managed farm, if the rewards half and btc remains where it is, it will still be hard for the farm to stay afloat. Their profit will be cut - by more than half, because what is being cut in half is the revenue not the profit, so their profit may be cut by more than half easily.

I think I will still be ok because at least my machines are way more efficient with using the T17/S17 vs the S9's

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November 19, 2019, 03:07:53 PM
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So  dishing out

 2016 x 12.5 = 25,200 coins a jump.
 2016 x 6.25 = 12,600 coins a jump.

Why not. 2.625.000?
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