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https://kano.is
Pool payout information: http://kano.is/index.php?k=payout


and http://kano.is/ and of course both with www e.g. https://www.kano.is/

Note for all access to the kano.is pool you can also use the name kano.space everywhere
For email, web, https web, mining, anywhere you see kano.is you can also use kano.space
This means there's effectively a domain name backup of kano.space in case anything ever went wrong with the kano.is domain name

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Pool software supported by myself (Kano)

PPLNS Stratum BTC mining pool - N currently set as 5 x the network difficulty when the block is found.
0.9% fee paid to myself to run and work on development of the pool.
Miner payout includes transaction fees.

Web interface with management, reports, graphs, and most accurate and detailed pool stats available on any pool Smiley

Mining configuration:
Go to https://www.kano.is and register a username to mine with, by clicking on the Register/Reset link at the top right,
or mine directly to the pool without registering, using a bitcoin payment address as your username.
No password is required, so just use X for your password in your miner, since most miners need you to enter a password.

e.g.
On your miner setup page, use something like this:
Code:
+--------------------+-------------------------------------+
+ Pool1:             | stratum+tcp://stratum.kano.is:3333  |
+--------------------+-------------------------------------+
+ Worker:            | Kano.worker                         |
+--------------------+-------------------------------------+
+ Password:          | x                                   +
+--------------------+-------------------------------------+
Of course replace 'Kano.worker' with your pool username.worker Smiley

If you have network issues using port 3333, you can also try:
stratum+tcp://stratum.kano.is:80

You can also try any of:
stratum+tcp://stratum.kano.is:81
stratum+tcp://stratum.kano.is:443
stratum+tcp://stratum.kano.is:8080


Your worker name can be whatever you choose and will be created when your miner connects to the pool.
Registered username or Bitcoin address, followed by a dot '.' or an underscore '_', followed by a worker name.
If you supply an invalid Bitcoin address, you will be unable to authenticate and mine on the pool.

If you have an Asicminer Tube, you will need to mine to:
stratum+tcp://nonce.kano.is:27181
It won't work properly on any other mining port. Don't point normal miners here.
Your Tube miner stats will show up in your account without their worker name.

If you mine to a bitcoin address, you can view a simple json user or worker level stat (using your own address) at:
http://www.kano.is/address.php?a=1KanoiBupPiZfkwqB7rfLXAzPnoTshAVmb
http://www.kano.is/worker.php?a=1KanoiBupPiZfkwqB7rfLXAzPnoTshAVmb_worker

Pool settings
The pool is configured to start you mining at 2052 difficulty.
The pool adjusts the per instance difficulty to maintain an average share rate of approximately 3 shares per 10 seconds (18 shares per minute)
However, there is a lower limit set on the difficulty of 242.
If you mine with a username, you can login to the web interface and set a minimum difficulty for mining.
If this value is below the pool calculated value, you'll get the pool calculated value.
If you mine with a BTC address as your username, you can use the cgminer option --suggest-diff to set it for each cgminer.
You can, of course, also use --suggest-diff if you mine to a username.

Coins
The pool itself has no wallet, only bitcoind's running without a wallet.
The Coins go to a separate, unattached wallet that the payouts come from.

Transactions
The pool will mine any and all transactions that the standard bitcoind core will accept.
The relevant setting I currently use in bitcoin.conf is:
 blockmaxsize=988888 (changed to this on 24-Dec-2015)
I run a modified bitcoind that optimises the processes of verifying blocks and generating work.
These optimisations are code based, not transaction based.
I do not blacklist addresses, I do not prioritise transactions for any companies ... though I do prioritise our own transactions of course Smiley
If this should ever change, I will post the details when I do the change with the reasons why.

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There's Apps to get pool info and monitor your miners.

Apple App:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1344360.0

Android App, read in the thread here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg11091187#msg11091187

For miner monitoring:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1331875.0

Send any donation/whatever to them for using them - since they wrote them.

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Past competitions:

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Avalon and kano.is are having another great miner give-away!

Over the next 5 months we will be giving away 1 Avalon A6 per month.

Be a miner here with more than 300GHs - and less than 250THs - and you could win one of the 5 Avalon A6 miners!

Each winner is the first miner to find a BLOCK!!! and meet the conditions listed below.

See the Competition Details: below the winner list

Winners: (most recent first)

April Winner: Pool block 777:
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/407092
Abramov
Found: 2016-04-13 10:50:28 UTC
1.945% of expected Difficulty
CDF of 0.019

March Winner: Pool block 694:
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/404317
sercinsabri
Found: 2016-03-26 04:49:55 UTC
5.279% of expected Difficulty
CDF of 0.051

February Winner: Pool block 488:
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/396089
kilowatt
Found: 2016-02-01 05:54:54 UTC
188.492% of expected Difficulty
CDF of 0.848

January Winner: Pool block 448:
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/393929
indeec444
Found: 2016-01-18 22:31:15 UTC
16.638% of expected Difficulty - awesomely low Smiley
CDF of 0.153

Competition Details:

The March competition has modified rules to choose the winner (and a runner up)
Read here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg14042677#msg14042677
See the next post below for the block details for March

Only one Avalon A6 per winner.

Each month starts on the 1st day of the month at UTC 00:00 timezone.
The first month, January, starts on the 18th at UTC 00:00

If for any month, the miner isn't won, it will continue into the following months until someone wins it.
Each month adds a new miner to be won, so during some months there could be more than 1 winner if there was no winner the previous month.

Avalon will be supplying and shipping a miner to each winner.
It will be an Avalon6 x1, 4-pin-cable x2, AUC x2, without PSU - as shown in the pictures below (but silver - not black)
The Avalon A6 does 3.5THs +/- 5% at approx 1100W at the wall.




Avalon is great with cgminer!
The master cgminer git is kept up-to-date by Avalon submitting their changes, and they incorporate all the master cgminer changes!

Details about the Avalon A6 can be found on the bitcoin wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Avalon6

Your 'Workers'->'Shift Graph' must show an average of 300GHs or more - and less than 250THs - on the red average line - for the sum of all your miners.
So if you want to be a winner you better make sure you are already mining 300GHs or more on your account now.
Note, of course, I can see anyone's 'Shift Graph' including address miners.

Now, just in case we do find any orphans, the orphans will also count as winners as long as the share isn't submitted too late.
The late timelimit is of course any time before, but also up to exactly 2 seconds after the pool sees a block change, according to the pool logs.
No adjustments or arguments about the exact 2 second limit.
No miners should be submitting blocks that late, so it's not a special requirement.

You will have to supply an address that Avalon can ship it to via EMS or DHL.
It doesn't have to be your own address, but it has to be possible for them to ship to your chosen address.
If you cannot supply an address EMS or DHL will ship to, then the prize will be awarded to the next winning block finder.

If you mine to an address, you'll need to sign a message with the winning address, to identify who is the contact to claim the prize.

If you don't want to supply contact details to ship it to, then the prize will be awarded to the next winning block finder.

I can't win Cheesy

One last important thing - my decision on the winners are final.
If there is any confusion or misunderstanding about how the winner is chosen, I retain the right to choose who the winner is in the event of any disagreement.

Original competition details:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg13571796#msg13571796

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Following on the success of the pool with the previous competition, we had another giveaway!

This time, Avalon supplied a miner to each of 2 winners.
It was an Avalon 4.1 Machine with a 4-pin-cable x1 and an AUX x1 (without a PSU) as shown in the pictures below.
The Avalon 4.1 does 1THs at approx 600W and can be overclocked to 1.3THs at approx 1000W and underclocked to 820GHs at approx 400W

Details about the Avalon4 can be found on the bitcoin wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Avalon4
Valkir's review on one he just got: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=938679.0

The 2 winning accounts on the pool are: pingster and magnusmining

Pool block 119:
https://blockchain.info/block-height/341147
Worker: pingster_18
Found: 2015-01-30 09:57:27+00
302.03% of expected Difficulty
CDF of 0.95

Pool block 126
https://blockchain.info/block-height/341497
Worker: magnusmining.25
Found: 2015-02-01 14:34:24+00
147.97%   of expected Difficulty
CDF of 0.77

Avalon is shipping an Avalon 4.1 to each of their addresses.

Original competition details:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg10244879#msg10244879

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For the previous Spondoolies-Tech SP20 competition:

The winning account on the pool is: SP20winner mining with just under 50THs Smiley

Found this block:
https://blockchain.info/block-height/338893
Block: 338893
Worker: SP20winner_worker5
Found: 2015-01-14 09:28:17+00
69.93% of expected Difficulty
CDF 0.50

Spondoolies-Tech is shipping an SP20 to their address.

Original competition details:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg10121938#msg10121938

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September 20, 2014, 12:23:20 AM
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There is no merged mining - no alt coins attached to the pool in any way.
This has the advantage of only having to depend on the uᴉoɔʇᴉq blockchain and bitcoind without having other old/unsupported or otherwise, blockchain code running on the pool.

Orphans are not paid.
Payment of orphans by pools is funded by adding a fee to cover them.
Seems pointless to me to charge people a fee to cover paying them back Smiley

Edit: 2016-Mar-07 ... and I would have made a killing on an orphan fee since the pool really only has 2 orphans so far and one 'close' stale.
So yeah, glad I didn't do that coz miners would be losing out due to it.

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September 20, 2014, 12:26:39 AM
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Kano, I just want to thank both you and ckolivas for all the work you've done to support the mining community and wish you the best of luck with your new pool launch.  Congratulations on getting this off the ground and providing miners with a great pool option!

Thought I'd bring this over from the other thread Smiley

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September 20, 2014, 01:08:44 AM
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There is no merged mining - no alt coins attached to the pool in any way.
This has the advantage of only having to depend on the bitcoin blockchain and bitcoind without having other old/unsupported or otherwise, blockchain code running on the pool.

Orphans are not paid.
Payment of orphans by pools is funded by adding a fee to cover them.
Seems pointless to me to charge people a fee to cover paying them back Smiley

Good people seem to think getting a load of worthless coins is some kind of bonus. Just joking about paying for orphans, who in the real world world expects that? Best of luck and I'm sending some hash your way. May the luck be with you.
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Looks promising.  Just need some big guys "whales" to hop on so we little guys aren't spending a month on a block.

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Thanks to the 3 of you Smiley

I had an outage (blackout) at home for quite a while this afternoon
(of course no effect on the pool)
But my tiny ~2TH is back up and mining again.
I think that gets us up to around 14TH now.

I have most my mining gear off 2pm-10pm week days (Aus EST), but on the rest of the time.
Though, one of them is an X3 and I don't have that on all the time either for a number of reasons ...

I've some plans over the next week to try get the hash rate up - we'll see how that goes.
(Hint, it starts with 'S' Smiley )
Then be back to working on ckdb to add more functionality to the web site, though it's pretty random what I work on as I think of it.

The ckpool setup is quit interesting.
Firstly the pool engine itself can restart without losing the socket connections the miners have - they just see a reconnect in cgminer.
The back end database restarts without the miners being affected at all.
The DB restart simply means a ~5 second window in which new miners can't connect for the first time, but current miners can make connections during that ~5s window.
I still have plans for a lot of CKDB work, but that's all now in tuning it and expanding it.

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Here's hoping we get lucky a get a block! Smiley

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Planning on adding some basic API stats?  That way I can see when we get that block without having to F5 the site.

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Planning on adding some basic API stats?  That way I can see when we get that block without having to F5 the site.

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Adding - yes - when? I'll move it up the priority since you asked Smiley

However Smiley CKPool tells cgminer when the pool finds a block as such:
[2014-09-08 15:31:04] Pool 0 message: Block 319656 solved by ckpool!

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September 20, 2014, 02:49:47 PM
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Kano, I just want to thank both you and ckolivas for all the work you've done to support the mining community and wish you the best of luck with your new pool launch.  Congratulations on getting this off the ground and providing miners with a great pool option!

Thought I'd bring this over from the other thread Smiley

This.

Congrats & good luck with the new pool guys!!

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Is there any chance of adding merged-mining to this?
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Is there any chance of adding merged-mining to this?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg8895607#msg8895607

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ahh i see. thanks anyways
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Planning on adding some basic API stats?  That way I can see when we get that block without having to F5 the site.

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Adding - yes - when? I'll move it up the priority since you asked Smiley
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Added - under the 'Account' menu -> 'User Settings'

You can create an API key for yourself and it will show you the url to get the data used for the top of the page.
The format is the same as the internal format used between the web and ckdb:
fieldname1=value1TABfieldname2=value2TABfieldname3=value3...
Where TAB is of course a tab character between each (but not before the first or after the last)

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Someone attempted to mine with their Bitcoin address and it rejected them.
Sorry about that, that was a bug I introduced in the BTC address mining recently before I announced the pool.
I've updated the code (and tested it on my home test pool) and the pool's now happy to accept BTC address mining as it should have been already.

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Excellent work K, hope you find a block!

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Planning on adding some basic API stats?  That way I can see when we get that block without having to F5 the site.

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Adding - yes - when? I'll move it up the priority since you asked Smiley
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Added - under the 'Account' menu -> 'User Settings'

You can create an API key for yourself and it will show you the url to get the data used for the top of the page.
The format is the same as the internal format used between the web and ckdb:
fieldname1=value1TABfieldname2=value2TABfieldname3=value3...
Where TAB is of course a tab character between each (but not before the first or after the last)
... and now updated to also reply with json if you add &json=y on the end (as it shows on the web site)
All field values are returned as "text"

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Very interesting. I may point some has at this soon as I am currently back in "testing the waters mode". p2pool has been good to me and I've roi'd on 2 s1's but starting to see non-paying blocks. I'll be over shortly, have a beer waiting for me Wink 

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Very interesting. I may point some has at this soon as I am currently back in "testing the waters mode". p2pool has been good to me and I've roi'd on 2 s1's but starting to see non-paying blocks. I'll be over shortly, have a beer waiting for me Wink  
Well if I can update the S1/S2/S3 driver in a few days hopefully more of the S's will join too Smiley

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September 23, 2014, 05:34:26 AM
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Very interesting. I may point some has at this soon as I am currently back in "testing the waters mode". p2pool has been good to me and I've roi'd on 2 s1's but starting to see non-paying blocks. I'll be over shortly, have a beer waiting for me Wink  
Well if I can update the S1/S2/S3 driver in a few days hopefully more of the S's will join too Smiley

I've got 2 s1's, do they require a driver update for ckpool? I have the p2pool driver update installed on them already.

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