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May 20, 2018, 07:54:54 PM
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Hello,
I found a block on Thursday (on solo.ckpool.org:3333) !
I would like to know how much time it takes to receive the block reward ?

Thanks!

When you do find a block, you will receive it instantly

But last block solved here on solock pool was on April 21
and nothing as now  Cool


NO it take confirmations just like pool mining

Yes, but it's in your wallet.

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May 21, 2018, 09:07:14 PM
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Hi.  Just started solo mining with a USB 2Pac on ckpool.  I started on Saturday using 1 BTC address and changed to a different one yesterday.  It's been running non-stop but when I check my address on solo.ckpool.org, it gives me a "NOT FOUND" response.  Everything appears to be running properly and I got the "welcome to ckpool.org" followed by my BTC address, and I'm getting the "Accepted" messages every 30 seconds or so. 

Does it just take some time (days?) before you can find your address using solo.ckpool.org, or should I be concerned that I did something wrong?

Thanks in advance for the help!
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May 21, 2018, 09:16:59 PM
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Hi.  Just started solo mining with a USB 2Pac on ckpool.  I started on Saturday using 1 BTC address and changed to a different one yesterday.  It's been running non-stop but when I check my address on solo.ckpool.org, it gives me a "NOT FOUND" response.  Everything appears to be running properly and I got the "welcome to ckpool.org" followed by my BTC address, and I'm getting the "Accepted" messages every 30 seconds or so. 

Does it just take some time (days?) before you can find your address using solo.ckpool.org, or should I be concerned that I did something wrong?

Thanks in advance for the help!

I've bolded the important part. This is solo.ckpool.org, NOT ckpool.org.

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May 21, 2018, 09:23:46 PM
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God, I'm an idiot.  Ok, thanks.  I will check the .bat file I created and make sure it's pointed to solo.ckpool.org instead.   So, what has my miner been doing for the last couple of days?  Anything?  Thanks again for all the information.  I'm new to this and it's been really fun learning about it.  I'm not a huge computer person, so even creating that .bat file was a new experience for me...
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May 21, 2018, 09:25:42 PM
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God, I'm an idiot.  Ok, thanks.  I will check the .bat file I created and make sure it's pointed to solo.ckpool.org instead.   So, what has my miner been doing for the last couple of days?  Anything?  Thanks again for all the information.  I'm new to this and it's been really fun learning about it.  I'm not a huge computer person, so even creating that .bat file was a new experience for me...
You've been mining on a different pool. However your hashrate is so little that you won't have accumulated anything of note and will not get a payout from it so just forget about that and move on.

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May 22, 2018, 02:19:31 PM
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Has the solo pool been updated to support version-rolling AsicBoost and the Halong Dragonmint T-1?
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May 22, 2018, 02:29:32 PM
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Has the solo pool been updated to support version-rolling AsicBoost and the Halong Dragonmint T-1?

Well its run by the developer of the firmware for the miner, so yes. Smiley

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May 22, 2018, 02:35:36 PM
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Has the solo pool been updated to support version-rolling AsicBoost and the Halong Dragonmint T-1?

Well its run by the developer of the firmware for the miner, so yes. Smiley

I know ckpool.org is, but couldn't find a definitive answer for the solo pool. Assumed it was, but wanted to confirm before I threw any power over to it. Smiley
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May 22, 2018, 08:48:46 PM
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Has the solo pool been updated to support version-rolling AsicBoost and the Halong Dragonmint T-1?

Well its run by the developer of the firmware for the miner, so yes. Smiley

I know ckpool.org is, but couldn't find a definitive answer for the solo pool. Assumed it was, but wanted to confirm before I threw any power over to it. Smiley
Yes of course it is. I announced it here ages ago, but news gets drowned out.

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May 24, 2018, 05:11:12 AM
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I've bolded the important part. This is solo.ckpool.org, NOT ckpool.org.

Is this the right place to view solo blocks generated by solo.ckpool.org?

https://btc.com/stats/pool/CKPool

Also how to see how much Terahashes miner was able to find the lucky block?

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May 24, 2018, 05:23:01 AM
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I've bolded the important part. This is solo.ckpool.org, NOT ckpool.org.

Is this the right place to view solo blocks generated by solo.ckpool.org?

https://btc.com/stats/pool/CKPool

Also how to see how much Terahashes miner was able to find the lucky block?

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No, this:
https://btc.com/stats/pool/Solo%20CK

And you can't see any record of how many hashes the miners were unless you scroll through this entire thread and find each of the 249 posts of the block finds.

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May 24, 2018, 06:26:11 AM
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I've bolded the important part. This is solo.ckpool.org, NOT ckpool.org.

Is this the right place to view solo blocks generated by solo.ckpool.org?

https://btc.com/stats/pool/CKPool

Also how to see how much Terahashes miner was able to find the lucky block?

Thanks.
No, this:
https://btc.com/stats/pool/Solo%20CK

And you can't see any record of how many hashes the miners were unless you scroll through this entire thread and find each of the 249 posts of the block finds.

Thanks for your prompt response.

I see the last block was found on 2018-04-12 20:20:15 and Difficulty mentioned was 3.85T/3.51T , is this the hash rate of miner?

In the mean while i am going to dig through these 249 posts.

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May 24, 2018, 06:33:47 AM
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I done some digging, looks like there is a difference of opinion some says the block was found by a 14Ths Anminer S9 and some said at time of block found it was 300+ Ths power rented.

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May 24, 2018, 11:08:36 AM
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... and Difficulty mentioned was 3.85T/3.51T , is this the hash rate of miner?...
That's the network minimum difficulty (3.51T) and the actual difficulty found (3.85T)
"3.51 T" is shorthand for 3,511,060,552,899
"T"= trillion

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May 27, 2018, 11:48:52 PM
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... and Difficulty mentioned was 3.85T/3.51T , is this the hash rate of miner?...
That's the network minimum difficulty (3.51T) and the actual difficulty found (3.85T)
"3.51 T" is shorthand for 3,511,060,552,899
"T"= trillion


AKA Peta hashes?


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May 27, 2018, 11:52:01 PM
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That's the network minimum difficulty (3.51T) and the actual difficulty found (3.85T)
"3.51 T" is shorthand for 3,511,060,552,899
"T"= trillion
AKA Peta hashes?
No, hash is hash and network diff is network diff; one will never be "aka" the other (that would be like saying "a cat is aka a dog").

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A is for Alligator

Is an apple "aka" an alligator?

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May 28, 2018, 05:24:35 PM
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Hi folks,
one question:
We have 520THs running with S9 antminers. Actually all mining in antpool.
Would you either mine in a pool or does it make sense to try solo mining here? How big is really the chance to catch a block - is there any simple math calculation available?
thanks,
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May 28, 2018, 07:26:13 PM
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Hi folks,
one question:
We have 520THs running with S9 antminers. Actually all mining in antpool.
Would you either mine in a pool or does it make sense to try solo mining here? How big is really the chance to catch a block - is there any simple math calculation available?
thanks,
Sam

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If you were lucky, and difficulty didn't change (which it will) you could expect to find a block with 500TH every 428.20 Days

Or you could expect to find 12.5 BTC in around the same amount of time mining in a pool.

Of course if you were really lucky you could find more than one block solo mining in the same amount of time.

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May 29, 2018, 02:59:33 AM
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Hi folks,
one question:
We have 520THs running with S9 antminers. Actually all mining in antpool.
Would you either mine in a pool or does it make sense to try solo mining here? How big is really the chance to catch a block - is there any simple math calculation available?
thanks,
Sam

(Roughly)

If you were lucky, and difficulty didn't change (which it will) you could expect to find a block with 500TH every 428.20 Days

Or you could expect to find 12.5 BTC in around the same amount of time mining in a pool.

Of course if you were really lucky you could find more than one block solo mining in the same amount of time.

Or if your really, really, really lucky you could find a block in the next hour.  A block can be found at any time.
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May 29, 2018, 03:01:29 AM
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Hi folks,
one question:
We have 520THs running with S9 antminers. Actually all mining in antpool.
Would you either mine in a pool or does it make sense to try solo mining here? How big is really the chance to catch a block - is there any simple math calculation available?
thanks,
Sam

(Roughly)

If you were lucky, and difficulty didn't change (which it will) you could expect to find a block with 500TH every 428.20 Days

Or you could expect to find 12.5 BTC in around the same amount of time mining in a pool.

Of course if you were really lucky you could find more than one block solo mining in the same amount of time.

Or if your really, really, really lucky you could find a block in the next hour.  A block can be found at any time.
If you're luckier than anyone in the entire universe, you could find a block with just one hash... But realistically that's only doable with an infinite improbability drive (cue Douglas Adams.)

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