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November 30, 2019, 07:08:04 PM
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That is not the solo pool website.

That is the problem.

Solo pool website is http://solo.ckpool.org


Thank you so much. Good luck to all
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November 30, 2019, 08:26:27 PM
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Gents,
Let’s have some fun here.
I think we can hit another block...
I would jump into a pool with 10 people.
What do you guys think?
I don’t mind organizing it.
PM if interested, or reply back.
I would say 0.1 BTC each.

If we can get this going, i would be using nicehash, and everyone would deposit direct into an address there.
This would make things fully transparent.
At the current pricing structure at nicehash, we would be looking at about 38 ph for a full day.

LMK what you guys think...


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November 30, 2019, 10:30:51 PM
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Gents,
Let’s have some fun here.
I think we can hit another block...
I would jump into a pool with 10 people.
What do you guys think?
I don’t mind organizing it.
PM if interested, or reply back.
I would say 0.1 BTC each.

If we can get this going, i would be using nicehash, and everyone would deposit direct into an address there.
This would make things fully transparent.
At the current pricing structure at nicehash, we would be looking at about 38 ph for a full day.

LMK what you guys think...


1)Me
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Cool
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I would jump in, but not at the current diff "diff": 31.0,

when we get to 100 diff + im in.

we would need roughly

600Ph

Chance per block: 1 in 140

Chance per day: 1 in 1

Time estimate: 23 hours
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November 30, 2019, 11:28:25 PM
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Gents,
Let’s have some fun here.
I think we can hit another block...
I would jump into a pool with 10 people.
What do you guys think?
I don’t mind organizing it.
PM if interested, or reply back.
I would say 0.1 BTC each.

If we can get this going, i would be using nicehash, and everyone would deposit direct into an address there.
This would make things fully transparent.
At the current pricing structure at nicehash, we would be looking at about 38 ph for a full day.

LMK what you guys think...


1)Me
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Cool
9)
10)

I would jump in, but not at the current diff "diff": 31.0,

when we get to 100 diff + im in.

we would need roughly

600Ph

Chance per block: 1 in 140

Chance per day: 1 in 1

Time estimate: 23 hours


I dont know any other rental service that has that much hash power that we can go through CK's pool.
If you know a service that can provide this, lmk.
thanks,
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December 01, 2019, 12:15:59 AM
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Good luck Phil!

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December 01, 2019, 03:29:32 AM
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Gents,
Let’s have some fun here.
I think we can hit another block...
I would jump into a pool with 10 people.
What do you guys think?
I don’t mind organizing it.
PM if interested, or reply back.
I would say 0.1 BTC each.

If we can get this going, i would be using nicehash, and everyone would deposit direct into an address there.
This would make things fully transparent.
At the current pricing structure at nicehash, we would be looking at about 38 ph for a full day.

LMK what you guys think...


1)Me
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Cool
9)
10)

I would jump in, but not at the current diff "diff": 31.0,

when we get to 100 diff + im in.

we would need roughly

600Ph

Chance per block: 1 in 140

Chance per day: 1 in 1

Time estimate: 23 hours


I dont know any other rental service that has that much hash power that we can go through CK's pool.
If you know a service that can provide this, lmk.
thanks,



It would cost ALOT of BTC for a rental of that size,
but like i said earlier, when diff is around 100 ill go in on this solo rental pool
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December 01, 2019, 05:43:52 AM
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Good luck man!
For extra fun your small chances of finding bitcoin are increasing
I plan to rent some hashes
If i'm find a block in 2019 i give you 1 btc for some alchogol and new miners in new year, and 2 btc for CK
I think this make a maintaining of solo pool more profitable

Meal of chicken will help alot, to make you not starving Smiley
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December 01, 2019, 06:56:18 AM
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good luck guy, found more block BTC on http://solo.ckpool.org/

me to, still trust on CK pool even my R4 though 1 years I still haven't got block  Grin
maybe today or tomorrow I believe just wait the right time.
cheer up and pray.
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December 01, 2019, 08:54:51 PM
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rental is dead.

I should point  some other gear for testing.

Okay I am testing out a vpn connection to clifton.

I programmed a s17 pro  and pointed it to the solo pool.



I will run it a bit.

http://solo.ckpool.org/users/146UJM5kgzLVUV23CXCf33KQKHckoX1gx3


I should do close to 50th

I will run this for a few hours.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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December 02, 2019, 10:33:32 AM
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Wish me luck!

 "hashrate1m": "1.45P",
 "hashrate5m": "1.13P",
 "hashrate1hr": "359T",
 "hashrate1d": "23.7T",
 "hashrate7d": "3.81T",
 "lastshare": 1575282694,
 "workers": 2,
 "shares": 1711325964,
 "bestshare": 1360984239.567802,
 "bestever": 2336012756,

"If you don't believe it or don't get it, I don't have the time to try to convince you, sorry". Satoshi Nakamoto
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December 02, 2019, 08:24:03 PM
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I am still trying with my low hashrate, but I need more luck:
http://solo.ckpool.org/users/19mjv3RLXcEYQvQUXgtDaNnP6gNJDmqnaB
(But compared to the hashrate of all others, it does not look that bad)

from the creator of CGMiner
http://solo.ckpool.org for Solominers
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December 03, 2019, 01:51:27 PM
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I am still trying with my low hashrate, but I need more luck:
http://solo.ckpool.org/users/19mjv3RLXcEYQvQUXgtDaNnP6gNJDmqnaB
(But compared to the hashrate of all others, it does not look that bad)

 "shares": 20032014961,
 "bestshare": 36824123071.19016,

Not close and No Cigar! This time Smiley

Back to the S3 relic we go Smiley

"If you don't believe it or don't get it, I don't have the time to try to convince you, sorry". Satoshi Nakamoto
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December 03, 2019, 11:48:37 PM
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{
   "workername": "3KbZg8kao8AEeXEG7C97Z6XNMGFiT5Ue6k",
   "hashrate1m": "1.81T",
   "hashrate5m": "1.54T",
   "hashrate1hr": "1.45T",
   "hashrate1d": "1.24T",
   "hashrate7d": "712G",
   "lastshare": 1575416803,
   "shares": 275576545,
   "bestshare": 773031278.0672181,
   "bestever": 773031278
  },
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December 04, 2019, 07:54:19 PM
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why is my s4 doing this? doesnt make any sense. never ever said this last year

Elapsed   GH/S(5s)   GH/S(avg)   FoundBlocks   LocalWork   Utility   WU   BestShare
6d15h16m44s
2,105.29
1,999.55
3
337,180,114
17.31
27,960.64
262278189

MERCATOX  [s (https://mercatox.com?referrer=328710)
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December 04, 2019, 11:49:52 PM
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Today was a good day

{
   "workername": "3KbZg8kao8AEeXEG7C97Z6XNMGFiT5Ue6k",
   "hashrate1m": "1.33T",
   "hashrate5m": "1.42T",
   "hashrate1hr": "1.47T",
   "hashrate1d": "1.39T",
   "hashrate7d": "813G",
   "lastshare": 1575503203,
   "shares": 305156958,
   "bestshare": 2711823570.637253,
   "bestever": 2711823570
  },
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December 05, 2019, 03:04:43 AM
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Just playing with the numbers for bitcoin

Today the hashrate is 94.38 EH/s  Difficulty is 12.97T

Switching to engineering notation and digging out my sliderule.

94.38e18 hash rate gets us a hit every 10 minutes or 600 seconds.

94.38e18 * 600 = 56.6e21 hashs needed on average to hit solution

For those that do like to play the lottery, the odds of hitting the megamillions lottery is about 175 million to one.  So to get the same odds of hitting a block as hitting the lottery, you need:

56.6e21 / 175e06 = 323e12 hashes needed to get the same odds as buying one lottery ticket.

I have an old Gridseed 5 chip dual miner. I am running it very slow for various thermal issues, but I get about 3.5GH/s or 3.5e9 hashs per second.

323e12 / 3.5e9 = 92.3e3 seconds or 1.07 days.

So running the miner is the same as getting a lottery ticket every day. 

How long would I need to run on average to hit a block?

56.6e21 / 3.5e9 = 16.2e12 seconds or 512,000 years.

It shows the odds of hitting a lottery are really that bad.

Yes, I know hitting the lottery for millions of dollars is way more than hitting a block. Just looking at the odds of getting lucky.

I still buy lottery tickets on occasion.
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December 05, 2019, 07:52:33 AM
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Just playing with the numbers for bitcoin

Today the hashrate is 94.38 EH/s  Difficulty is 12.97T

Switching to engineering notation and digging out my sliderule.

94.38e18 hash rate gets us a hit every 10 minutes or 600 seconds.

94.38e18 * 600 = 56.6e21 hashs needed on average to hit solution

For those that do like to play the lottery, the odds of hitting the megamillions lottery is about 175 million to one.  So to get the same odds of hitting a block as hitting the lottery, you need:

56.6e21 / 175e06 = 323e12 hashes needed to get the same odds as buying one lottery ticket.

I have an old Gridseed 5 chip dual miner. I am running it very slow for various thermal issues, but I get about 3.5GH/s or 3.5e9 hashs per second.

323e12 / 3.5e9 = 92.3e3 seconds or 1.07 days.

So running the miner is the same as getting a lottery ticket every day.  

How long would I need to run on average to hit a block?

56.6e21 / 3.5e9 = 16.2e12 seconds or 512,000 years.

It shows the odds of hitting a lottery are really that bad.

Yes, I know hitting the lottery for millions of dollars is way more than hitting a block. Just looking at the odds of getting lucky.

I still buy lottery tickets on occasion.


You can also see the simple way
my chanse to win lottery today in my country- 1:18,000,000
my chanse to hit a block today with 40th - 1:17,242
much better odds to hit the block. is this a wrong way to think about it ?
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December 05, 2019, 07:57:41 AM
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Is there a way to see list of users in this pool?
just want compare myself to others...
Thanks
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December 07, 2019, 07:41:46 PM
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Is there a way to see list of users in this pool?
just want compare myself to others...
Thanks


I think

-cK is the only one who can see that info on the server?
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December 08, 2019, 02:12:48 PM
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http://ckpool.org/pool/pool.work

If you have to ask "why?", you wouldn`t understand my answer.
Always be on the look out, because you never know when you'll be stalked by hit-men that eat nothing but cream cheese....
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