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October 14, 2014, 10:46:15 AM
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If there are any renters here I would be interested in combining our efforts at the same time to see if we can see if we can push a few blocks maybe?

I would be doing 50thash for 6 hours.  If anyone is interested we can set a common time and do it.

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I could add around 10TH when I point all not rented out miners to Bitminter, not so much, but some mor people with 10TH or more and it could really make a difference
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Could someone explain what the heck I'm looking at here?  Why the "?"s, and why the zero payments for a lot of shifts?

Completed   Duration   Difficulty   Pay/Hour at 1 TH/s   Total Thps   Your Ghps   Your work
2014-10-14 12:23   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,292.4   1,887.9   5,128,256
2014-10-14 09:09   3h 11m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,313.7   1,934.0   5,162,304
2014-10-14 05:57   3h 09m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,322.9   1,908.9   5,058,240
2014-10-14 02:47   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,285.7   1,810.6   4,931,904
2014-10-13 23:32   3h 17m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,270.1   917.9   2,534,532
2014-10-13 20:14   3h 13m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,294.7   422.4   1,142,400
2014-10-13 17:00   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,293.7   1,768.8   4,799,488
2014-10-13 13:45   3h 16m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,281.6   1,924.8   5,274,176
2014-10-13 10:28   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,291.7   1,956.5   5,305,088
2014-10-13 07:14   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,305.0   2,123.9   5,698,752
2014-10-13 04:01   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,320.9   2,050.5   5,448,896
2014-10-13 00:50   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,318.5   2,110.8   5,606,464
2014-10-12 21:40   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,318.1   1,622.0   4,307,568
2014-10-12 18:29   3h 08m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,332.6   2,088.6   5,488,704
2014-10-12 15:20   3h 11m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,310.5   2,104.7   5,625,740
2014-10-12 12:09   3h 13m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,300.1   2,130.1   5,752,512
2014-10-12 08:55   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   0.00059286   1,299.0   2,124.2   5,726,848
2014-10-12 05:42   3h 15m   35,002,482,026   0.00059286   1,283.1   2,056.8   5,628,480
2014-10-12 02:26   3h 15m   35,002,482,026   0.00118696   1,287.3   2,039.1   5,557,632
2014-10-11 23:10   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   0.00118696   1,302.7   1,331.0   3,577,508

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October 14, 2014, 01:45:48 PM
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New server is up, and stats have been updated on the website!

We now have a new server up at us2.bitminter.com:3333 (Stratum only)

Use it as backup or primary, and keep mint.bitminter.com:3333 as your other server. It's helpful to have a failover server in case you lose connectivity with your primary one. For some users the latency to us2 will be lower as well, which may help a tiny bit with rejected (stale) work. More servers are coming soon.

Website updates:

A lot of people misinterpret the numbers on the website, so I'm trying to remove stats that are either not really useful or that people tend to misunderstand, and instead add data that is both easy to understand and generally useful.

  • Shifts page: now displays pay/hour for mining with 1 TH/s. It's very simple. Work during a shift was paid at a certain rate (which varies with luck). You did a certain amount of work in that shift. Seeing it from this angle makes it much easier to understand the relation between work and pay. No more wondering how much you will get paid per block, and how that is affected by your work in the shifts.
  • Workers page: data per "current round" removed. Instead you can choose between "all time" and "since reset". There is now a "0.0" reset button. This works like the trip meter of an odometer in a car. Hit the reset button any time you want. Afterwards you can see how much work the worker has done since that time. And the total amount of work the worker has ever done is always available.
  • Account details: "expected pay per block" has been removed. This was the source of most misunderstandings and caused trouble to no end. It invited you to try and understand the relation between work and pay in a very complicated way. You can of course still see how much you got for each block in your transaction history.
  • Live stats: user-data per BTC and NMC rounds removed. These numbers didn't matter. You can still see your data for the current shift, which does matter. The total (pool wide) amount of work per round is still kept for luck/cdf stats, which is useful.


On the Workers page, could you add a "Total" under each column?  That would essentially give me the same information I used to see on the Live stats page.

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October 14, 2014, 01:46:57 PM
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Hey Fahlcor, that is some serious power you're bringing.  What kind of equipment are you running and how are you liking it?  I'm still running S3's and some pencil-moded s1's so I may be looking to upgrade so some new stuff in the near future.
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October 14, 2014, 02:15:12 PM
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Hey Fahlcor, that is some serious power you're bringing.  What kind of equipment are you running and how are you liking it?  I'm still running S3's and some pencil-moded s1's so I may be looking to upgrade so some new stuff in the near future.

Rentals.

it is kind of on and off as I'm being outbid on it.

It should be 250 thash for 7 hours.  1 BTC total.  I'm hoping to catch some serious blocks now also ;-)

if not I'm gonna be seriously bummed...

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Could someone explain what the heck I'm looking at here?  Why the "?"s, and why the zero payments for a lot of shifts?

Completed   Duration   Difficulty   Pay/Hour at 1 TH/s   Total Thps   Your Ghps   Your work
2014-10-14 12:23   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,292.4   1,887.9   5,128,256
2014-10-14 09:09   3h 11m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,313.7   1,934.0   5,162,304
2014-10-14 05:57   3h 09m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,322.9   1,908.9   5,058,240
2014-10-14 02:47   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,285.7   1,810.6   4,931,904
2014-10-13 23:32   3h 17m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,270.1   917.9   2,534,532
2014-10-13 20:14   3h 13m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,294.7   422.4   1,142,400
2014-10-13 17:00   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,293.7   1,768.8   4,799,488
2014-10-13 13:45   3h 16m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,281.6   1,924.8   5,274,176
2014-10-13 10:28   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,291.7   1,956.5   5,305,088
2014-10-13 07:14   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,305.0   2,123.9   5,698,752
2014-10-13 04:01   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,320.9   2,050.5   5,448,896
2014-10-13 00:50   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,318.5   2,110.8   5,606,464
2014-10-12 21:40   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,318.1   1,622.0   4,307,568
2014-10-12 18:29   3h 08m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,332.6   2,088.6   5,488,704
2014-10-12 15:20   3h 11m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,310.5   2,104.7   5,625,740
2014-10-12 12:09   3h 13m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,300.1   2,130.1   5,752,512
2014-10-12 08:55   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   0.00059286   1,299.0   2,124.2   5,726,848
2014-10-12 05:42   3h 15m   35,002,482,026   0.00059286   1,283.1   2,056.8   5,628,480
2014-10-12 02:26   3h 15m   35,002,482,026   0.00118696   1,287.3   2,039.1   5,557,632
2014-10-11 23:10   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   0.00118696   1,302.7   1,331.0   3,577,508

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Take the number of hours since the last block was found.

The add up the number of hours that the last 10 shifts consist of ~3:10 each.

subtract the time for the shifts from the time since the last block found and that will be the number of hours/shifts that you would get 0.000.  This could also be considered hashing with no pay for those shifts.  But there is no way to avoid this other than finding more blocks.  Last week we hit 9 blocks with lots of luck.  This week looks a little more average so far.

by my quick calcs. at the time right now.  2 days 7 hours =55 hours.
Last 10 shifts =~31 hours.

This equals about 24 hours of hashing (8 shifts) without pay because no block was found.  These 0.000 shifts will continue until a block is found.

This is going to happen especially on the RED blocks.

I personally have hashed on other sites and Minter still pays better (especially with good luck).  The law of averages should balance out if everyone is consistent on hashing.  Yes you may do some shifts without pay but when the good times roll again you will be above most other sites.

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October 14, 2014, 04:43:31 PM
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On the Workers page, could you add a "Total" under each column?  That would essentially give me the same information I used to see on the Live stats page.

The live stats wasn't showing the total for all workers for all time. It was the total for the current round, which doesn't appear very useful. Maybe the total for the current shift does what you want? A total for all workers for all time is a good idea though - I'll add that to my TODO list.

Could someone explain what the heck I'm looking at here?  Why the "?"s, and why the zero payments for a lot of shifts?

The last 10 shifts are still being paid. Since their pay rate is not known yet, they show as question marks.

Some shifts have very high pay and some have zero. If you mine 24/7 this evens out and doesn't matter. If you are mining part time it will increase your variance, causing payouts to vary a lot depending on luck.

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Could someone explain what the heck I'm looking at here?  Why the "?"s, and why the zero payments for a lot of shifts?

Completed   Duration   Difficulty   Pay/Hour at 1 TH/s   Total Thps   Your Ghps   Your work
2014-10-14 12:23   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,292.4   1,887.9   5,128,256
2014-10-14 09:09   3h 11m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,313.7   1,934.0   5,162,304
2014-10-14 05:57   3h 09m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,322.9   1,908.9   5,058,240
2014-10-14 02:47   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,285.7   1,810.6   4,931,904
2014-10-13 23:32   3h 17m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,270.1   917.9   2,534,532
2014-10-13 20:14   3h 13m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,294.7   422.4   1,142,400
2014-10-13 17:00   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,293.7   1,768.8   4,799,488
2014-10-13 13:45   3h 16m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,281.6   1,924.8   5,274,176
2014-10-13 10:28   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,291.7   1,956.5   5,305,088
2014-10-13 07:14   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,305.0   2,123.9   5,698,752
2014-10-13 04:01   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,320.9   2,050.5   5,448,896
2014-10-13 00:50   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,318.5   2,110.8   5,606,464
2014-10-12 21:40   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,318.1   1,622.0   4,307,568
2014-10-12 18:29   3h 08m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,332.6   2,088.6   5,488,704
2014-10-12 15:20   3h 11m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,310.5   2,104.7   5,625,740
2014-10-12 12:09   3h 13m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,300.1   2,130.1   5,752,512
2014-10-12 08:55   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   0.00059286   1,299.0   2,124.2   5,726,848
2014-10-12 05:42   3h 15m   35,002,482,026   0.00059286   1,283.1   2,056.8   5,628,480
2014-10-12 02:26   3h 15m   35,002,482,026   0.00118696   1,287.3   2,039.1   5,557,632
2014-10-11 23:10   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   0.00118696   1,302.7   1,331.0   3,577,508

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Take the number of hours since the last block was found.

The add up the number of hours that the last 10 shifts consist of ~3:10 each.

subtract the time for the shifts from the time since the last block found and that will be the number of hours/shifts that you would get 0.000.  This could also be considered hashing with no pay for those shifts.  But there is no way to avoid this other than finding more blocks.  Last week we hit 9 blocks with lots of luck.  This week looks a little more average so far.

by my quick calcs. at the time right now.  2 days 7 hours =55 hours.
Last 10 shifts =~31 hours.

This equals about 24 hours of hashing (8 shifts) without pay because no block was found.  These 0.000 shifts will continue until a block is found.

This is going to happen especially on the RED blocks.

I personally have hashed on other sites and Minter still pays better (especially with good luck).  The law of averages should balance out if everyone is consistent on hashing.  Yes you may do some shifts without pay but when the good times roll again you will be above most other sites.

Fahlcor

Thanks for this... but that's a lot of "quick calcs" to be able to do.  Personally, I would like better statistics "at a glance."

As a 24x7 BitMinter-only miner, I had come to rely on the "Expected Pay Per Block" as this showed me, based on my miners, as well as their performance and connectivity (and what the rest of the pool is doing), what I would expect to receive for the NEXT block found -- all in one number.  Yes, I can look at previous transactions, but as mining is progressing, it was beneficial for me to review that one number as something that I could use as a comparison.  For example:  Say, it showed that I would receive 0.0175 bitcoins for the next block the pool found (based on my score, etc).  But, if logged on to find that the pool hash rate had increased considerably, that number would fall.  That's fine. I still know what is "normal" for my miners.  Additionally, if I experienced a network connectivity problem and my miners were offline for a few hours, I could see that impact as well.

For me, it was a near real-time snapshot of the health of my mining hash rate vs. the pool hash rate. 

I'm all for the new statistics, although I continue to protest about removing what was (to me) a very useful and beneficial statistic. Now, I'm going to have to "do the math."  I'm sorry that some people found it confusing... but many of us know nothing else, so it is now more confusing without it.  At least to me.

Doc: Appreciate all you have done and are doing to improve things. BitMinter is and has been the one and only BitCoin mining pool I've been a part of since I began this adventure. I've looked at others, but never switched.



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October 14, 2014, 06:26:04 PM
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That where a very short 7 hours than Falhcor, that for 1btc... pff.
What happend that it stopped so early?


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Could someone explain what the heck I'm looking at here?  Why the "?"s, and why the zero payments for a lot of shifts?

Completed   Duration   Difficulty   Pay/Hour at 1 TH/s   Total Thps   Your Ghps   Your work
2014-10-14 12:23   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,292.4   1,887.9   5,128,256
2014-10-14 09:09   3h 11m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,313.7   1,934.0   5,162,304
2014-10-14 05:57   3h 09m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,322.9   1,908.9   5,058,240
2014-10-14 02:47   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,285.7   1,810.6   4,931,904
2014-10-13 23:32   3h 17m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,270.1   917.9   2,534,532
2014-10-13 20:14   3h 13m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,294.7   422.4   1,142,400
2014-10-13 17:00   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,293.7   1,768.8   4,799,488
2014-10-13 13:45   3h 16m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,281.6   1,924.8   5,274,176
2014-10-13 10:28   3h 14m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,291.7   1,956.5   5,305,088
2014-10-13 07:14   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   ?   1,305.0   2,123.9   5,698,752
2014-10-13 04:01   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,320.9   2,050.5   5,448,896
2014-10-13 00:50   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,318.5   2,110.8   5,606,464
2014-10-12 21:40   3h 10m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,318.1   1,622.0   4,307,568
2014-10-12 18:29   3h 08m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,332.6   2,088.6   5,488,704
2014-10-12 15:20   3h 11m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,310.5   2,104.7   5,625,740
2014-10-12 12:09   3h 13m   35,002,482,026   0.00000000   1,300.1   2,130.1   5,752,512
2014-10-12 08:55   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   0.00059286   1,299.0   2,124.2   5,726,848
2014-10-12 05:42   3h 15m   35,002,482,026   0.00059286   1,283.1   2,056.8   5,628,480
2014-10-12 02:26   3h 15m   35,002,482,026   0.00118696   1,287.3   2,039.1   5,557,632
2014-10-11 23:10   3h 12m   35,002,482,026   0.00118696   1,302.7   1,331.0   3,577,508

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Take the number of hours since the last block was found.

The add up the number of hours that the last 10 shifts consist of ~3:10 each.

subtract the time for the shifts from the time since the last block found and that will be the number of hours/shifts that you would get 0.000.  This could also be considered hashing with no pay for those shifts.  But there is no way to avoid this other than finding more blocks.  Last week we hit 9 blocks with lots of luck.  This week looks a little more average so far.

by my quick calcs. at the time right now.  2 days 7 hours =55 hours.
Last 10 shifts =~31 hours.

This equals about 24 hours of hashing (8 shifts) without pay because no block was found.  These 0.000 shifts will continue until a block is found.

This is going to happen especially on the RED blocks.

I personally have hashed on other sites and Minter still pays better (especially with good luck).  The law of averages should balance out if everyone is consistent on hashing.  Yes you may do some shifts without pay but when the good times roll again you will be above most other sites.

Fahlcor

Thanks for this... but that's a lot of "quick calcs" to be able to do.  Personally, I would like better statistics "at a glance."

As a 24x7 BitMinter-only miner, I had come to rely on the "Expected Pay Per Block" as this showed me, based on my miners, as well as their performance and connectivity (and what the rest of the pool is doing), what I would expect to receive for the NEXT block found -- all in one number.  Yes, I can look at previous transactions, but as mining is progressing, it was beneficial for me to review that one number as something that I could use as a comparison.  For example:  Say, it showed that I would receive 0.0175 bitcoins for the next block the pool found (based on my score, etc).  But, if logged on to find that the pool hash rate had increased considerably, that number would fall.  That's fine. I still know what is "normal" for my miners.  Additionally, if I experienced a network connectivity problem and my miners were offline for a few hours, I could see that impact as well.

For me, it was a near real-time snapshot of the health of my mining hash rate vs. the pool hash rate. 

I'm all for the new statistics, although I continue to protest about removing what was (to me) a very useful and beneficial statistic. Now, I'm going to have to "do the math."  I'm sorry that some people found it confusing... but many of us know nothing else, so it is now more confusing without it.  At least to me.

Doc: Appreciate all you have done and are doing to improve things. BitMinter is and has been the one and only BitCoin mining pool I've been a part of since I began this adventure. I've looked at others, but never switched.

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Thanks for the explanation, everyone.

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October 14, 2014, 06:41:14 PM
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Hey Fahlcor, that is some serious power you're bringing.  What kind of equipment are you running and how are you liking it?  I'm still running S3's and some pencil-moded s1's so I may be looking to upgrade so some new stuff in the near future.

Curious to know what kind of performance are you getting with the pencil-moded S1's and are they throwing off a lot of hardware errors?

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October 14, 2014, 06:49:16 PM
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For me, it was a near real-time snapshot of the health of my mining hash rate vs. the pool hash rate. 

It may take some getting used to, but can you try looking at the shifts page for this?

It shows your average hash rate in the latest shifts, and this is what the "pay per block" estimate was based on. Sure, it's 10 numbers instead of 1. But it also tells you roughly when there was a problem if you had some downtime. This is your mining health in the pool. The shifts page also shows the pool hashrate, although I think that is less useful as it doesn't affect your average earnings, only the variance.

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For me, it was a near real-time snapshot of the health of my mining hash rate vs. the pool hash rate. 

It may take some getting used to, but can you try looking at the shifts page for this?

It shows your average hash rate in the latest shifts, and this is what the "pay per block" estimate was based on. Sure, it's 10 numbers instead of 1. But it also tells you roughly when there was a problem if you had some downtime. This is your mining health in the pool. The shifts page also shows the pool hashrate, although I think that is less useful as it doesn't affect your average earnings, only the variance.

Ok, you make a good point as to noting WHEN I may have had some downtime on a shift basis. I'll focus on that for a while... [still the one number WAS nice, but truth be told, I CAN convert my "score" to a similar snapshot!]

Just an FYI, as I live in a rural area, my "home" Internet service is actually Verizon LTE (a USB modem connected to a Cradlepoint router), so from time to time, it will "drop" -- but it is surprisingly good 95% of the time.  For those of you who are wondering, my only other alternative is satellite - a non-starter due to the latency issues.  I have multiple ASICs for BitCoin and LiteCoin as well as bevy of iPads, iPhones, desktops, and laptops as well as other home automation, IP cameras, and other devices all connected -- and I manage on a 40G plan (yes, I sometimes exceed that).

So, even though I'm 24x7 mining on BitMinter, 99% of the time my downtime is connectivity related.
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October 14, 2014, 09:59:56 PM
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That where a very short 7 hours than Falhcor, that for 1btc... pff.
What happend that it stopped so early?



I'm currently outbid on Westhash.  I could raise the price but I thought i would wait it out.

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October 14, 2014, 10:13:08 PM
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The current worker stats on the site look a bit off for me ... I have checked a few times today, and my hash rate shows too low, but when I look at the latest completed shifts, all looks in order.

For example:

SP30 - reads 7270 (I wish!)
S3 no.1 - reads 219 (oops)
S3 no. 2- reads 109 (again too low)

I get these weird readings, and then 5  mins later:

SP30 - reads 4017
S3 no.1 - reads 539
S3 no.2 - reads 439

Up and down like a YO YO, I expect to  see variances, but these swings I haven't seen on BitMinter before.

Just me? Doc ... any ideas?

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October 14, 2014, 11:54:49 PM
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The current worker stats on the site look a bit off for me ... I have checked a few times today, and my hash rate shows too low, but when I look at the latest completed shifts, all looks in order.

For example:

SP30 - reads 7270 (I wish!)
S3 no.1 - reads 219 (oops)
S3 no. 2- reads 109 (again too low)

I get these weird readings, and then 5  mins later:

SP30 - reads 4017
S3 no.1 - reads 539
S3 no.2 - reads 439

Up and down like a YO YO, I expect to  see variances, but these swings I haven't seen on BitMinter before.

Just me? Doc ... any ideas?

Devon




Try ping us2.bitminter.com and if it lower than mint.bitminter.com then use US2 instead.

just an idea.
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October 15, 2014, 12:02:20 AM
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It would be neat if the shifts page had an xls or csv export button.
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October 15, 2014, 12:26:59 AM
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WOOOOOT!! block

If I can catch another one in the next 12 hours I will be up .5 btc on my rental.  .75 earned back so far on the 1 btc I spent.

Everyone think Block!!!!

If I hit another I would gladly put another BTC into the hopper for rentals and hopefully help hit a block faster.

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October 15, 2014, 12:16:45 PM
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WOOOOOT!! block

If I can catch another one in the next 12 hours I will be up .5 btc on my rental.  .75 earned back so far on the 1 btc I spent.

Everyone think Block!!!!

If I hit another I would gladly put another BTC into the hopper for rentals and hopefully help hit a block faster.

Fahlcor

Woohooo  I'm up .55 BTC from my rental and still a good chunk of time until it fully wears off.  My miners just came off of 5 days back to back being on rentals also.  Was a strong week for me.

If anyone else is renting and wants to time it together let me know.  Otherwise once these last 2 confirm I will be tossing at least 1 BTC back into more rentals to see what happens.

Fahlcor
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