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October 28, 2014, 02:24:37 PM
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Holy moly! All my miners suddenly disappeared from the pool! What happened? Huh
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October 28, 2014, 04:29:16 PM
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hi dear i have some problem !!!!!!!!

Can you help me what can i do     

2014-10-28 14:17   2h 34m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,672.0   1,982.3   4,279,296
2014-10-28 11:42   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,695.8   1,961.6   4,178,944
2014-10-28 09:09   2h 31m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,710.7   1,991.4   4,204,544
2014-10-28 06:38   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,713.3   2,039.7   4,286,464
2014-10-28 04:07   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,722.3   1,943.2   4,064,256
2014-10-28 01:37   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,719.0   1,999.2   4,190,208
2014-10-27 23:07   2h 33m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,680.6   2,013.8   4,313,088
2014-10-27 20:33   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,689.3   1,991.7   4,255,744
2014-10-27 18:00   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,723.5   1,989.8   4,158,464
2014-10-27 15:30   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,695.0   1,964.7   4,172,800
2014-10-27 12:57   2h 31m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   1,702.8   1,984.0   4,194,304
2014-10-27 10:26   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   1,714.6   1,983.5   4,178,944
2014-10-27 07:54   2h 00m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,134.0   1,954.8   3,298,304
2014-10-27 05:53   1h 31m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,820.0   2,037.8   2,600,960
2014-10-27 04:21   2h 06m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,035.0   1,968.7   3,483,648
2014-10-27 02:14   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000
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October 28, 2014, 08:09:12 PM
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hi dear i have some problem !!!!!!!!

Can you help me what can i do     

2014-10-28 14:17   2h 34m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,672.0   1,982.3   4,279,296
2014-10-28 11:42   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,695.8   1,961.6   4,178,944
2014-10-28 09:09   2h 31m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,710.7   1,991.4   4,204,544
2014-10-28 06:38   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,713.3   2,039.7   4,286,464
2014-10-28 04:07   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,722.3   1,943.2   4,064,256
2014-10-28 01:37   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,719.0   1,999.2   4,190,208
2014-10-27 23:07   2h 33m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,680.6   2,013.8   4,313,088
2014-10-27 20:33   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,689.3   1,991.7   4,255,744
2014-10-27 18:00   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,723.5   1,989.8   4,158,464
2014-10-27 15:30   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,695.0   1,964.7   4,172,800
2014-10-27 12:57   2h 31m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   1,702.8   1,984.0   4,194,304
2014-10-27 10:26   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   1,714.6   1,983.5   4,178,944
2014-10-27 07:54   2h 00m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,134.0   1,954.8   3,298,304
2014-10-27 05:53   1h 31m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,820.0   2,037.8   2,600,960
2014-10-27 04:21   2h 06m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,035.0   1,968.7   3,483,648
2014-10-27 02:14   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000


There is no problem.  Everyone's shifts look like that because it has been more than 10 shifts since we have found a block.  You need to read about how PPLNS works.  We get paid when the pool finds a block and it is based on our work over the last 10 shifts so if more than 10 shifts have passed since we have found a block there will be shifts not used to calculate our pay when we do find a block.

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October 28, 2014, 08:20:58 PM
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You see Doc, it does not matter what stats you give it will always create issues for someone.  I fully understand the system but still think it looks bad to have zeros on the shift page.  You are essentially saying those shifts were worthless, in contradiction to your police searching for someone analogy.  Those shifts aren't worthless but putting a zero beside them definitely makes them appear to be. Maybe instead of zeros you should be putting something along the lines of "Not used in calculation due to long block" (or something less wordy) and make it a link to an explanation of PPLNS.

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October 28, 2014, 09:11:57 PM
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Been a while since we've seen that name towards the top of the leader board, welcome back to Koi ...
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October 28, 2014, 09:14:30 PM
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Hope he stays so blocks can be faster, welcom back Koi..

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Hope he stays so blocks can be faster, welcom back Koi..

Koi is a small fish (pun intended) compared to when netdomain drops in.

I think Koi uses Bitminter as a backup pool and read something about netdomain pointing his hash here when it's not rented.

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October 29, 2014, 05:58:22 AM
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hi dear i have some problem !!!!!!!!

Can you help me what can i do     

2014-10-28 14:17   2h 34m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,672.0   1,982.3   4,279,296
2014-10-28 11:42   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,695.8   1,961.6   4,178,944
2014-10-28 09:09   2h 31m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,710.7   1,991.4   4,204,544
2014-10-28 06:38   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,713.3   2,039.7   4,286,464
2014-10-28 04:07   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,722.3   1,943.2   4,064,256
2014-10-28 01:37   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,719.0   1,999.2   4,190,208
2014-10-27 23:07   2h 33m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,680.6   2,013.8   4,313,088
2014-10-27 20:33   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,689.3   1,991.7   4,255,744
2014-10-27 18:00   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,723.5   1,989.8   4,158,464
2014-10-27 15:30   2h 32m   35,985,640,265   being paid now   1,695.0   1,964.7   4,172,800
2014-10-27 12:57   2h 31m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   1,702.8   1,984.0   4,194,304
2014-10-27 10:26   2h 30m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   1,714.6   1,983.5   4,178,944
2014-10-27 07:54   2h 00m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,134.0   1,954.8   3,298,304
2014-10-27 05:53   1h 31m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,820.0   2,037.8   2,600,960
2014-10-27 04:21   2h 06m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000   2,035.0   1,968.7   3,483,648
2014-10-27 02:14   2h 29m   35,985,640,265   0.00000000


There is no problem.  Everyone's shifts look like that because it has been more than 10 shifts since we have found a block.  You need to read about how PPLNS works.  We get paid when the pool finds a block and it is based on our work over the last 10 shifts so if more than 10 shifts have passed since we have found a block there will be shifts not used to calculate our pay when we do find a block.

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Jeez... 24 hours+ and still nothing. Has this happened before were a block has taken this long to find?

Done with this forum. Goodbye all.
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October 29, 2014, 11:40:20 AM
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Jeez... 24 hours+ and still nothing. Has this happened before were a block has taken this long to find?

Yes, many times. Nothing extraordinary here.

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October 29, 2014, 12:40:40 PM
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Jeez... 24 hours+ and still nothing. Has this happened before were a block has taken this long to find?

Yes, many times. Nothing extraordinary here.

I'm honestly getting ready to jump ship and move to another pool.

Done with this forum. Goodbye all.
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October 29, 2014, 12:43:47 PM
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Jeez... 24 hours+ and still nothing. Has this happened before were a block has taken this long to find?

Yes, many times. Nothing extraordinary here.

I'm honestly getting ready to jump ship and move to another pool.

We are kind of use to this. The law of average will make the rest of us stick here ;-)
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October 29, 2014, 02:20:56 PM
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I think the problem with leaving the zeros there is you risk losing some people who don't understand PPLNS.  Perhaps leave the zeros, but make it a link to an explanation of what PPLNS is, or how Bitminter is doing it.  That way they can get some education and understand what they are looking at.  Or perhaps change the zeros to read, "Free Piece of Candy" because everyone likes some free candy. 

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Jeez... 24 hours+ and still nothing. Has this happened before were a block has taken this long to find?

Yes, many times. Nothing extraordinary here.

I'm honestly getting ready to jump ship and move to another pool.

I don't know why you would consider leaving.  I love this pool.  Longer blocks are to be expected, as are shorter blocks.  Don't loose heart when you see these.  They happen everywhere... long....short...etc... Its just part of the game. 
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October 29, 2014, 06:26:42 PM
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hi all,

I put 22Th for 24 hours... then went down to 1.5Th 12 hours more. With new block my reward was 0.05.

It's right?

Thanks.
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hi all,

I put 22Th for 24 hours... then went down to 1.5Th 12 hours more. With new block my reward was 0.05.

It's right?

Thanks.

Read about PPLNS ->  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39832

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October 29, 2014, 11:15:28 PM
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Will be adding another 1600 or so gh/s tonight, should be putting me at 4 th/s or so.

I sat on the phone for 30 minutes one day trying to explain to this other miner how PPLNS system works and i still never think he understood it.

Anyways, the pool is working great for me I think it made me about .65 BTC +/- in two weeks of running 2.3 TH/s. The payout is way better than any of the other larger pools I tried using.
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Will be adding another 1600 or so gh/s tonight, should be putting me at 4 th/s or so.

I sat on the phone for 30 minutes one day trying to explain to this other miner how PPLNS system works and i still never think he understood it.

Anyways, the pool is working great for me I think it made me about .65 BTC +/- in two weeks of running 2.3 TH/s. The payout is way better than any of the other larger pools I tried using.

Yay! Finally got 0.0000216 BTC for my 2 days worth of computing power. That what I normally make in 2 hours when things are going normally. 

Done with this forum. Goodbye all.
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[...] when things are going normally. 

Define normal.

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October 30, 2014, 06:08:26 AM
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[...] when things are going normally. 

Define normal.

When this page https://bitminter.com/shifts lists an actual payment under the Pay/Hour at 1 TH/s column, instead of 0.

Done with this forum. Goodbye all.
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[...] when things are going normally. 

Define normal.

When this page https://bitminter.com/shifts lists an actual payment under the Pay/Hour at 1 TH/s column, instead of 0.

It _is_ normal for that column to have 0s sometimes.

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