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Almost reaching the June 2011 network hashrate high...
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June 23, 2012, 12:48:07 AM
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Almost reaching the June 2011 network hashrate high...

I'm surprised it took this long to be honest.  The difficulty:price ratio for April - July was completely skewed.  But before that, it was looking pretty much like what we have today.  Paired with more efficient mining: GPU miners improved almost 50% in April with BFI_INT and other optimizations, FPGAs like Ztex, Icarus, etc., and the BFL Singles starting to be released in massive numbers (and now mini rigs).

The mining landscape is very different from what it was last year, and all of it is more optimized and power efficient.  Quite frankly we should be at a higher difficulty than we are already [mining should not be as profitable as it is for some people].

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June 24, 2012, 04:42:27 PM
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NEWS! - IPO SOON

I will soon be able to help you manage your mining earnings variance through a bond on GLBSE:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=87990.0

PM me or post to the thread if you want more details.


Added this week - % orphans per block for each pool

Weekly average pool statistics, 24th June 2012:


Weekly average network hashrate to date:


Weekly average % of network hashrate to date:


Weekly luck index to date, greater is better:


Weekly average total round shares / difficulty to date, lesser is better:

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July 01, 2012, 03:33:20 PM
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DeepBit Mining Variance Insurance now available:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=87990.0
https://glbse.com/asset/view/MEI.DEEPBIT.A

If you're a proportional miner on DeepBit that survived the recent week from hell over there, you might want to give it a look.

The bond simply pays coupons in proportion to the average/expected round lengths, over a number of blocks. If your DeepBit has a bad luck, you get paid more. If your DeepBit has good luck, you get paid less.


Some highlights:
  • Ozcoin continues its quick hashrate rise and now vies for second place with Slush and BTCGuild.
  • Eligius' hashrate drop has leveled out. Here's hoping they recover soon.
  • Russian pools Itzod and Mkalinin look set to enter the middle hashrate group.
  • It has been a week of bad luck for most pools except BTCMine, who hit a very lucky patch.
  • BitcoinPool to be added soon.

Weekly average pool statistics, 1st July:



Weekly average network hashrate to date:



Weekly average % of network hashrate to date:



Weekly luck index to date, greater is better:



Weekly average total round shares / difficulty to date, lesser is better:

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July 07, 2012, 05:24:23 PM
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The first two coupons from DeepBit Mining Variance Insurance have now been paid.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=87990.0
https://glbse.com/asset/view/MEI.DEEPBIT.A


I've attempted to make this weeks charts easier to read in two ways:
1. I tried to make the layouts simpler and the charts smaller so you can read the information at a glance. This means less available information, but I think it is a good balance.
2. I'm using a "colour blind friendly" palette. Not so pretty, but since 8% of white males have some form of colour blind, and since I rely on colours so much, I thought some of you might appreciate it.

Some highlights:
  • Network hashrate chart now showing a 50% line, the top pool's hashrate and the combined hashrate of the top three pools.
  • Ozcoin has third highest hashrate this week.
  • BTCMine stays quite lucky.


Weekly average pool statistics, 7th July:



Weekly average network hashrate to date:



Weekly average % of network hashrate to date:



Weekly luck index to date, greater is better:



Weekly average total round shares / difficulty to date, less is better:

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July 15, 2012, 01:44:03 PM
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Only one more coupon to be paid for MEI.DEEPBIT.A, and no real problems - apart from coupons being paid too frequently. So due to customer preference, MEI.DEEPBIT.B will have four coupons paid rather than 10.

The same PPS payment is now available for Slush and Ozcoin miners as well. Details at the links below.
DeepBit: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=87990.0 and https://glbse.com/asset/view/MEI.DEEPBIT.B
Ozcoin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=92534.0 and https://glbse.com/asset/view/MEI.OZCOIN.B
Slush: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=92531.0 and https://glbse.com/asset/view/MEI.SLUSH.B

I hope everyone found the new colour-blind friendly colours and chart layout easier to read and understand. Any comments or preferences?

Some highlights:
  • Bitcoinpool finally added. Some bad luck for them this week unfortunately so only one round of stats is available. Their current hashrate is greater than indicated by the average hashrate for that round.
  • Bitclockers has changed their stats page to make it unscrapable, so until they change back or someone can post to a cmv/json api for pool round history, I cannot update their stats any further.
  • Ozcoin and p2Pool finally get lucky, now in their second weeks of good luck.
  • BTCMine has had some bad luck for the first time after five consecutive weeks of very good luck.



Weekly average pool statistics, 15th July:



Weekly average network hashrate to date:



Weekly average % of network hashrate to date:



Weekly luck index to date, greater is better:



Weekly average total round shares / difficulty to date, less is better:




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July 22, 2012, 11:34:32 AM
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Only one more coupon to be paid for MEI.DEEPBIT.A all done, MEI.DEEPBIT.B's first coupon paid, as well as MEI.SLUSH.B's first three.


Some highlights:
  • Bitcoinpool hashrate exploded!
  • Eclipse, Bitminter and Izod have now been increasing their proportion of network hashrate for the last or two.
  • Ozcoin and p2Pool finally get lucky, now in their second weeks of good luck.


Weekly average pool statistics, 22nd July:



Weekly average network hashrate to date:



Weekly average % of network hashrate to date:



Weekly luck index to date, greater is better:



Weekly average total round shares / difficulty to date, less is better:

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July 29, 2012, 06:08:58 AM
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Highlights:
  • Maxbtc received a lot more hashs than usual and is almost overtaking Eligius.
  • Larger than expected round lengths at DeepBit and Slush means holders of MEI.DEEPBIT.B and MEI.SLUSH.B are getting compensated for poorer than usual earnings.
  • Note that Deepbit has larger than expected round lengths but also better than expected luck index. This is because for its percentage of the network hashrate, Deepbit found more blocks than expected.


Weekly average pool statistics, 27th July:


















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July 29, 2012, 07:05:19 PM
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How can round length and luck differ? Having short rounds = being lucky.

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July 29, 2012, 08:56:13 PM
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why is maxbtc always so lucky? 

who is haxx0ring?

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July 30, 2012, 07:56:52 AM
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How can round length and luck differ? Having short rounds = being lucky.


Highlights:
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  • Note that Deepbit has larger than expected round lengths but also better than expected luck index. This is because for its percentage of the network hashrate, Deepbit found more blocks than expected.


The luck index is a measure of % of network blocks found by a pool compared to it's  % of network hashrate. Deepbit's round length / D = 1.04, but it managed to find more blocks per hash than the network did. In other words, although unlucky in terms of round length, it was relatively lucky compared to the average for all other pools and hashrate contributors.

why is maxbtc always so lucky? 

who is haxx0ring?


You must be looking at someone else's chart. Mine do not show Maxbtc to be luckier than other pools.

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July 30, 2012, 10:12:47 AM
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How can round length and luck differ? Having short rounds = being lucky.


Highlights:
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  • Note that Deepbit has larger than expected round lengths but also better than expected luck index. This is because for its percentage of the network hashrate, Deepbit found more blocks than expected.


The luck index is a measure of % of network blocks found by a pool compared to it's  % of network hashrate. Deepbit's round length / D = 1.04, but it managed to find more blocks per hash than the network did. In other words, although unlucky in terms of round length, it was relatively lucky compared to the average for all other pools and hashrate contributors.

why is maxbtc always so lucky? 

who is haxx0ring?


You must be looking at someone else's chart. Mine do not show Maxbtc to be luckier than other pools.

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August 05, 2012, 03:55:41 AM
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    Highlights:
  • Percentage of weekly orphans added. Caution: if only a few blocks were found in a week, only one orphaned block will make a large percentage of orphans.
  • P2Pools orphaned blocks have reduced to zero since changes to the p2Pool client, and Slush has had a significant amount of orphans lately.  
  • Ozcoin now has second highest percentage of network hashrate, with an average of 1718 Ghps and 11.26% of the network hashrate.
  • While most pools hashrates increased significantly, only Ozcoin, Mt. Red, Bitminter and Itzod increased their proportion of the network hashrate.
  • P2Pool's luck index and normalised shares per round have both been much better than average for the last four weeks.


Weekly average pool statistics, 5th August:















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August 05, 2012, 04:33:42 AM
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wow more stats added every week
nice work occ
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August 05, 2012, 04:50:52 AM
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Thanks, Graet. I'm glad you find it useful.

Congrats on hitting second highest hashrate - at current rates of change, you should overtake Deepbit as pool leader in about three months Wink

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August 05, 2012, 05:30:05 AM
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Thanks, Graet. I'm glad you find it useful.
I look forward to the new instalment every week (no more of those holiday thinks mmmmmk? Grin )
Dont always post, but do always check it out Smiley
Congrats on hitting second highest hashrate - at current rates of change, you should overtake Deepbit as pool leader in about three months Wink
Thanks  Cheesy
Bigger than Deepbit? Scary thought,
The next 3 months will be interesting times for miners, pools and the network
I hope your charts are still going in 6 months - it will become a very interesting document on Bitcoin mining history I feel Smiley
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August 05, 2012, 09:06:12 PM
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Any plans to add bonds for smaller pools like p2pool?
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August 06, 2012, 02:10:45 AM
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Any plans to add bonds for smaller pools like p2pool?

2*8 btc cost to set up the A and B bonds on GLBSE is a bit steep for smaller pools. I'll be happy to arrange insurance privately if any miners want it - just PM me.


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August 12, 2012, 04:20:44 AM
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    Highlights:
  • Deepbit's hashrate and percentage of network hashrate both dropped this week.
  • Ozcoin, Mt. Red, Bitminter and Itzod again increased their proportion of the network hashrate.
  • P2Pool's luck index and normalised shares per round continue to be better than average, now for the last five weeks (although only slightly better than average this week).


Weekly average pool statistics, 12th August:















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August 12, 2012, 04:56:00 AM
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thanks again ooc
will be watching closely over the next few weeks Wink

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