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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 1% fee solo mining USA/DE 253 blocks solved!  (Read 1493163 times)
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January 18, 2018, 12:32:39 AM
Last edit: January 18, 2018, 01:21:35 AM by mylesrom
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Hey guys, i am pretty new to the whole bitcoin/crypto stuff and learned alot last week ;-) I mined for 24 hours with an S3+ (of course without solving a block).

What do you think, now that the bitcoin <-> money exchange rate is falling, will there be a time any soon, when those big miners stop their work, so that the chances to find a block with smaller/older hardware will get into a realistic range? Or will mining with, lets say 1Th/s, stay at more or less zero chances?

Anyways, good luck all solo miners ;-)

Not much will change, the price will climb back up.... people won't shut down their miners knowing the price will increase at some point, just like the stock market.  I checked btc.com and its estimated to still jump 15 percent in difficulty in 8 days.

Doesn't matter what you mine with, there is always a chance of finding the block.   It was only a few months ago that a S5 found a large block on the pool here with over 17 bitcoin.   So keep on mining.   People win the lottery all the time when they only buy one ticket...
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January 18, 2018, 12:39:40 AM
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I dont get any payout for the blocks that I didn't find but I helped to mine?

You did not help anyone else find a block.  You can't help anyone else find a block when solo mining.

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January 18, 2018, 12:56:47 PM
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Sigh, don't blame others for your own mistake please. You were mining on solo.ckpool.org, note the word SOLO in it. If you wanted to mine together with other people then go here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1876330.0 and mine to pool.ckpool.org, note the word POOL as in a pool of people.

You are actually wrong, http://pool.ckpool.org/ redirects to http://solo.ckpool.org/ page. So correct addresses are:
http://solo.ckpool.org/ - solo mining
http://ckpool.org/ - pooled mining

Use only those and you should be fine:)
You are right when it comes to the websites but I was talking about the mining servers and then you do have to use pool.ckpool.org for the pooled mining  Wink


Edit: maybe that is confusing new miners and the website pool.ckpool.org should redirect to ckpool.org, just a suggestion for -ck.
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January 18, 2018, 10:01:15 PM
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Sigh, don't blame others for your own mistake please. You were mining on solo.ckpool.org, note the word SOLO in it. If you wanted to mine together with other people then go here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1876330.0 and mine to pool.ckpool.org, note the word POOL as in a pool of people.

You are actually wrong, http://pool.ckpool.org/ redirects to http://solo.ckpool.org/ page. So correct addresses are:
http://solo.ckpool.org/ - solo mining
http://ckpool.org/ - pooled mining

Use only those and you should be fine:)
You are right when it comes to the websites but I was talking about the mining servers and then you do have to use pool.ckpool.org for the pooled mining  Wink


Edit: maybe that is confusing new miners and the website pool.ckpool.org should redirect to ckpool.org, just a suggestion for -ck.

Yeah, I thought that too, mining server names should be rebranded so everything follows "solo" or "pooled" fashion. Right now I am mining on solo to address de.ckpool.org, and my secondary server is pooled mining pointed to depool.ckpool.org. That's confusing as hell. If I'd stopped mining here and come back after half year I would not have clue which one is which. Same for newbies, they barely know what is going on Cheesy And solo mining is actually a great choice for this army of little stick miners, obsolete gear and everything else. Let's help them mine here:)
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January 19, 2018, 03:02:59 PM
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So, does it means that if I dont find a block, I dont get any payout for the blocks that I didn't find but I helped to mine?  That's utterly BS. Smiley Ckpool owner is getting rich..

Clearly you don't understand how this works. So don't call anything BS.

http://solo.ckpool.org/- everybody mine on their own, CK is only providing you a service of frontend and protocol, so your miner can mine on it, and you don't need to host whole Bitcoin blockchain database yourself (several hundred GB of storage and fast machine to host it). CK takes small fee for that. On your own, this single USB stick miner (or even 10 of them), it will take many, many years to mine whole block for yourself (12.5 BTC). It may never happen in your life time. People mine there for fun with unprofitable hardware for example, with hope that one day they will be 12.5 BTC richer.

http://ckpool.org/- similar to solo pool, but instead of mining on their own, everybody mine together on CK server. Everybody takes fair share of their reward. That's how people do mining nowadays.

You are clearly mining on solo pool, so you taking a gamble, that one day your little USB stick will make you rich.
If you intended to mine on pooled mining server instead of solo, switch to http://ckpool.org/.

What's the chance of solving a block or finding a block with 1 S9 miner? What's the odd? Have anyone going Naomi for 2 weeks with one s9 and found a block before?
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January 19, 2018, 03:12:16 PM
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What's the chance of solving a block or finding a block with 1 S9 miner? What's the odd? Have anyone going Naomi for 2 weeks with one s9 and found a block before?


1 in 8203 per day

It is impossible to answer your other question, but the likelihood is no.
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January 21, 2018, 04:06:03 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

Hi can any one help me out how can i rent hash power from Nicehash and point it out to CKsolopool?
I tried different ports as in the pool verificator it gives me a timed out connection on the proxy.
anyone help me on these settings what stratum, port? etc...
Tried all settings in nicehash written here: http://solo.ckpool.org/

thanks in advance!
Don't mind that error it will work. just save the pool and use port 4334

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January 21, 2018, 09:24:50 AM
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A google search for a BCH solo pool brought me to CKpool, but I am still unsure if using a BCH address means I am mining BCH. Am I actually mining BCH. or BTC to an unknown address lol.
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January 21, 2018, 09:41:26 AM
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A google search for a BCH solo pool brought me to CKpool, but I am still unsure if using a BCH address means I am mining BCH. Am I actually mining BCH. or BTC to an unknown address lol.


This is BTC pool. By using BCH address here, if you even find a block, reward would go to BTC address, if you haven't got private address for it, it will be forever gone.
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January 21, 2018, 10:07:08 AM
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hi
im trying to use --suggest-diff but when i add it at end of my command i get rejected otherwise it work with difficult of 4k i do something wrong or ck does not accept --suggest-diff anymore
thanks for help
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January 21, 2018, 10:16:39 AM
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im trying to use --suggest-diff but when i add it at end of my command i get rejected otherwise it work with difficult of 4k i do something wrong or ck does not accept --suggest-diff anymore
thanks for help


First thing: You don't need it. It will get adjusted eventually, I think up to 15 minutes. Let your miner just mine and diff will change to lower value.
Besides, you don't need to see any shares really to mine here. Lower diff shares are just for you to see nice statistics, but they will earn you nothing, this is a solo pool.

But to answer your question: suggest-diff works just fine for me. I have Antminer U3 60GH/s and I set my suggest-diff to 64. I did that by setting this in config file:
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"suggest-diff" : "64",
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January 21, 2018, 10:26:06 AM
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hi
im trying to use --suggest-diff but when i add it at end of my command i get rejected otherwise it work with difficult of 4k i do something wrong or ck does not accept --suggest-diff anymore
thanks for help


First thing: You don't need it. It will get adjusted eventually, I think up to 15 minutes. Let your miner just mine and diff will change to lower value.
Besides, you don't need to see any shares really to mine here. Lower diff shares are just for you to see nice statistics, but they will earn you nothing, this is a solo pool.

But to answer your question: suggest-diff works just fine for me. I have Antminer U3 60GH/s and I set my suggest-diff to 64. I did that by setting this in config file:
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"suggest-diff" : "64",

thanks for quick reply
i know solo thing but i want to use --suggest-diff and it dose not work and its on my nerve why it isnt and your way didnt work too it still start at default 4k  Huh
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January 21, 2018, 11:26:39 AM
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hi
im trying to use --suggest-diff but when i add it at end of my command i get rejected otherwise it work with difficult of 4k i do something wrong or ck does not accept --suggest-diff anymore
thanks for help


First thing: You don't need it. It will get adjusted eventually, I think up to 15 minutes. Let your miner just mine and diff will change to lower value.
Besides, you don't need to see any shares really to mine here. Lower diff shares are just for you to see nice statistics, but they will earn you nothing, this is a solo pool.

But to answer your question: suggest-diff works just fine for me. I have Antminer U3 60GH/s and I set my suggest-diff to 64. I did that by setting this in config file:
Code:
"suggest-diff" : "64",

thanks for quick reply
i know solo thing but i want to use --suggest-diff and it dose not work and its on my nerve why it isnt and your way didnt work too it still start at default 4k  Huh
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1. Are you actually using the latest cgminer? Only cgminer supports it.
2. Are you specifying a number with suggest-diff? It doesn't work by itself.
e.g.
--suggest-diff 64

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January 21, 2018, 11:31:39 AM
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hi
im trying to use --suggest-diff but when i add it at end of my command i get rejected otherwise it work with difficult of 4k i do something wrong or ck does not accept --suggest-diff anymore
thanks for help


First thing: You don't need it. It will get adjusted eventually, I think up to 15 minutes. Let your miner just mine and diff will change to lower value.
Besides, you don't need to see any shares really to mine here. Lower diff shares are just for you to see nice statistics, but they will earn you nothing, this is a solo pool.

But to answer your question: suggest-diff works just fine for me. I have Antminer U3 60GH/s and I set my suggest-diff to 64. I did that by setting this in config file:
Code:
"suggest-diff" : "64",

thanks for quick reply
i know solo thing but i want to use --suggest-diff and it dose not work and its on my nerve why it isnt and your way didnt work too it still start at default 4k  Huh
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1. Are you actually using the latest cgminer? Only cgminer supports it.
2. Are you specifying a number with suggest-diff? It doesn't work by itself.
e.g.
--suggest-diff 64


1. yes
2.yes
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January 21, 2018, 11:36:03 AM
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1. yes
2.yes
 Smiley
nothing's changed at the solo pool for many months so something's changed at your end

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January 21, 2018, 11:45:12 AM
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thanks for reply
okey so this is going to give me headache to figure out can you sent me a conf file that been tested and works if its not to much to ask
so i can be completely sure and move on to find problem in other place

thanks a lot for the help.
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January 21, 2018, 12:16:49 PM
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Did you just wait as I suggested? After 15 minutes or so diff adjust itself without any input from you.
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January 23, 2018, 09:28:18 PM
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I entered my address and the following message appeared not found port 80 what to do to accept my wallet

You will have to tell us what software and hardware you trying to use? What URL and port you're entering?
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January 24, 2018, 03:09:43 AM
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Is it me or does it seem like fewer and fewer people are reading first page or even know how to configure there own hardware? There are literally thousands of videos and posts that show how to configure a huge host of different hardware/coin algo's etc I don't get it.  Cry

BTC ADDY just in case you are my rich uncle lol 1KCQ4fXa3mWBvBsYRLmWY4QHqBa4ZYFdh6
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January 25, 2018, 06:30:32 AM
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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.

---EDIT
Problem solved
sorry for bothering you

Hi, how did you solve the problem? Did you set the diff to 1 million with normal orders?
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