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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 1% fee solo mining USA/DE 238 blocks solved!  (Read 1342967 times)
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February 02, 2015, 04:01:36 AM
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Congratulations to 174yX8zgevuCtcGjKnhEVEHXVEYPDJEC3C ! with ~200TH.

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February 02, 2015, 04:29:06 AM
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Third block for 174yX8; congrats again! (That address also found a block on the 4th and 11th of december)

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February 02, 2015, 05:07:54 AM
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Third block for 174yX8; congrats again! (That address also found a block on the 4th and 11th of december)

Yeah, looks like the pool's starting to get some luck again! Wink

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February 02, 2015, 07:59:21 AM
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And since bestshare resets upon solving a block, here's the console output for reference Smiley

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[2015-02-02 03:58:41] Possible block solve diff 106678362606.382950 !
[2015-02-02 03:58:41] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2015-02-02 03:58:41] Solved and confirmed block 341566

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February 02, 2015, 07:15:24 PM
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Congratulations to the blockfinder Smiley

Hopefully next block will be mine Wink
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February 02, 2015, 08:57:00 PM
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Congrats..
I best pull my finger out as there hot on my block finder abilities Smiley

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February 02, 2015, 11:40:23 PM
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Confirmed

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February 03, 2015, 12:11:45 AM
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Congratulations to 174yX8zgevuCtcGjKnhEVEHXVEYPDJEC3C ... again!

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[2015-02-02 23:23:27] Possible block solve diff 257642150111.918396 !
[2015-02-02 23:23:27] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2015-02-02 23:23:27] Solved and confirmed block 341702

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February 03, 2015, 12:25:51 AM
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Congratulations to 174yX8zgevuCtcGjKnhEVEHXVEYPDJEC3C ... again!

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[2015-02-02 23:23:27] Possible block solve diff 257642150111.918396 !
[2015-02-02 23:23:27] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2015-02-02 23:23:27] Solved and confirmed block 341702


congrats and man 2 blocks in such a short period of time lol
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February 03, 2015, 12:31:53 AM
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Congratulations to 174yX8zgevuCtcGjKnhEVEHXVEYPDJEC3C ... again!

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[2015-02-02 23:23:27] Possible block solve diff 257642150111.918396 !
[2015-02-02 23:23:27] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2015-02-02 23:23:27] Solved and confirmed block 341702


congrats and man 2 blocks in such a short period of time lol

4 blocks in 60 days.  not sure if he has run 200th the whole time if so he should have 6 blocks not 4.

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February 03, 2015, 12:36:50 AM
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Congratulations to 174yX8zgevuCtcGjKnhEVEHXVEYPDJEC3C ... again!

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[2015-02-02 23:23:27] Possible block solve diff 257642150111.918396 !
[2015-02-02 23:23:27] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2015-02-02 23:23:27] Solved and confirmed block 341702


congrats and man 2 blocks in such a short period of time lol

4 blocks in 60 days.  not sure if he has run 200th the whole time if so he should have 6 blocks not 4.

very impressive indeed
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February 03, 2015, 12:43:27 AM
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4 blocks in 60 days.  not sure if he has run 200th the whole time if so he should have 6 blocks not 4.
I only have stats for 7 days rolling average, though they are persistent across pool restarts:

"hashrate1m": "263T", "hashrate5m": "263T", "hashrate1hr": "262T", "hashrate1d": "234T", "hashrate7d": "110T"

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February 03, 2015, 12:51:27 AM
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4 blocks in 60 days.  not sure if he has run 200th the whole time if so he should have 6 blocks not 4.
I only have stats for 7 days rolling average, though they are persistent across pool restarts:

"hashrate1m": "263T", "hashrate5m": "263T", "hashrate1hr": "262T", "hashrate1d": "234T", "hashrate7d": "110T"


my guess is he had less hash when he won in dec and used the coins to expand to 200+

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February 03, 2015, 12:53:38 AM
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My guess is he had less hash when he won in December and used the coins to expand to 200+
Either way the random nature of mining means there is no guarantee of finding the expected number of blocks.

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February 03, 2015, 01:06:36 AM
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My guess is he had less hash when he won in December and used the coins to expand to 200+
Either way the random nature of mining means there is no guarantee of finding the expected number of blocks.
... and a sample of 4 blocks out of many thousands means that trying to consider the actual outcome to even vaguely match expected outcome is incorrect.

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February 03, 2015, 02:05:04 AM
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My guess is he had less hash when he won in December and used the coins to expand to 200+
Either way the random nature of mining means there is no guarantee of finding the expected number of blocks.
... and a sample of 4 blocks out of many thousands means that trying to consider the actual outcome to even vaguely match expected outcome is incorrect.

Yes true 1   sample of    a  200th miner   over 2 months  may be as low as 0 blocks found and as high as 10 or even 20 blocks found.    The average would be 6.  

  Since none of us have tracked this miner  for the entire time we don't even know if he was 200th for the 60 days. I was just doing some idol chit chat speculating if he is lucky and above his 'norm' or unlucky if he is below his 'norm'.

I like the 2 pools you run.  I have a little here and I am all in on the other pool you run.


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February 03, 2015, 02:09:21 AM
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I like the 2 pools you run.  I have a little here and I am all in on the other pool you run.


Same for me, I kinda adopted the KCK DUO!  ;-)


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February 03, 2015, 01:49:10 PM
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Grats 174yX8zgevuCtcGjKnhEVEHXVEYPDJEC3C  Cool
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February 03, 2015, 11:04:59 PM
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Nice little stats page about block finds and hash rate:

http://organofcorti.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/february-1st-2015-block-maker-statistics.html?m=1

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February 04, 2015, 05:14:24 AM
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My guess is he had less hash when he won in December and used the coins to expand to 200+
Either way the random nature of mining means there is no guarantee of finding the expected number of blocks.
... and a sample of 4 blocks out of many thousands means that trying to consider the actual outcome to even vaguely match expected outcome is incorrect.

Yes true 1   sample of    a  200th miner   over 2 months  may be as low as 0 blocks found and as high as 10 or even 20 blocks found.    The average would be 6.  

  Since none of us have tracked this miner  for the entire time we don't even know if he was 200th for the 60 days. I was just doing some idol chit chat speculating if he is lucky and above his 'norm' or unlucky if he is below his 'norm'.

I like the 2 pools you run.  I have a little here and I am all in on the other pool you run.



Phillip you are mining with a finger in every pie, and I have been telling myself that is the only way with the prices and culture of scams the way it is. You have to mine, trade, do reviews, buy and sell miners at least to help friends and the community, and then you need to make sure you know the apis and understand the blockchain at a glance.
Those sound liek the fun things actually, but I don't like thinking negative...
Like political crap. Closed door stuff, specials for specials.

Another reason I like CK and Kano, they do not come across like scum Smiley That is definitely a compliment!
Seriously, Phillip you too, learning a lot from you guys. It is appreciated and will be shown.

Thanks.

Phillip, if I may ask, do you keep a regular amount of hash here? I understand if you wouldn't want to mention specific amounts, I was trying to think if throwing an S3 here and forgetting about it would be good. but then I start thinking what about an sp20 here and think about it heh

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