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January 13, 2017, 03:59:57 AM
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Im looking to try this pool. Im looking for where to point the miners on the web site. I dont know if im blind or what but could not find it. Could someone here steer me into the right direction? Thanks

It's all in the FAQ.  https://slushpool.com/help/#!/get-started/getting_started

The servers can be chosen from the following list based on your geographical location:
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USA, east coast stratum+tcp://us-east.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
Europe stratum+tcp://eu.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
China, mainland stratum+tcp://cn.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
Asia-Pacific/Singapore stratum+tcp://sg.stratum.slushpool.com:3333

Is there a way to calculate BTC payout based on hash rate for slushpool?
I currently have only one R4 B2 mining @ an average of 8.06THs.
I was trying to calculate (based on number of blocks per day history) how much my daily average payout might be.
Thanks

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January 13, 2017, 04:17:32 AM
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Im looking to try this pool. Im looking for where to point the miners on the web site. I dont know if im blind or what but could not find it. Could someone here steer me into the right direction? Thanks

It's all in the FAQ.  https://slushpool.com/help/#!/get-started/getting_started

The servers can be chosen from the following list based on your geographical location:
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USA, east coast stratum+tcp://us-east.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
Europe stratum+tcp://eu.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
China, mainland stratum+tcp://cn.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
Asia-Pacific/Singapore stratum+tcp://sg.stratum.slushpool.com:3333

Is there a way to calculate BTC payout based on hash rate for slushpool?
I currently have only one R4 B2 mining @ an average of 8.06THs.
I was trying to calculate (based on number of blocks per day history) how much my daily average payout might be.
Thanks

It should be in front of your face when you first log into your pool management interface! Smiley It tells you the estimated daily reward. Just keep in mind that it is an ESTIMATION and pool luck is a factor.


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January 13, 2017, 09:40:54 AM
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I pointed some of my miners today at slushpool.com

But there is a configuration of the minimum diff. I don't know did I do it correct if someone could help me with this configuration would be nice.

Atm these miners are at slushpool.com

1x Antminer S9 11.85THS
2x Antminers S7 4.73
1x Antminer U1

With these miners this is my config of minimum diff. 


Will add more miners to slushpool.com after some days.

1x Antminer S9 13THS
3x Antminer S7 4.73

What changes should I do if add these more.

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January 13, 2017, 02:47:24 PM
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Im looking to try this pool. Im looking for where to point the miners on the web site. I dont know if im blind or what but could not find it. Could someone here steer me into the right direction? Thanks

It's all in the FAQ.  https://slushpool.com/help/#!/get-started/getting_started

The servers can be chosen from the following list based on your geographical location:
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USA, east coast stratum+tcp://us-east.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
Europe stratum+tcp://eu.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
China, mainland stratum+tcp://cn.stratum.slushpool.com:3333
Asia-Pacific/Singapore stratum+tcp://sg.stratum.slushpool.com:3333

Is there a way to calculate BTC payout based on hash rate for slushpool?
I currently have only one R4 B2 mining @ an average of 8.06THs.
I was trying to calculate (based on number of blocks per day history) how much my daily average payout might be.
Thanks

It should be in front of your face when you first log into your pool management interface! Smiley It tells you the estimated daily reward. Just keep in mind that it is an ESTIMATION and pool luck is a factor.


I'm not a member of slushpool (yet), so I can't see what you are referring to.
Sorry, I figured with a question like this people would catch on that I haven't yet joined slush.

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January 14, 2017, 02:53:02 AM
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There are a number of Bitcoin Mining Calculators out there (simply use google).

An easy one is: https://alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator

This will provide you with a return based on 100% luck (which fluctuates) -- also factor in the pool fees -- and you have your answer.

There are other calculators where you can put in power consumption/cost -- pool fees and everything -- and it will show you the return.

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January 14, 2017, 03:43:19 PM
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There are a number of Bitcoin Mining Calculators out there (simply use google).

An easy one is: https://alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator

This will provide you with a return based on 100% luck (which fluctuates) -- also factor in the pool fees -- and you have your answer.

There are other calculators where you can put in power consumption/cost -- pool fees and everything -- and it will show you the return.


Thanks!

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January 17, 2017, 06:49:17 PM
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Who pissed in the pool?  Tongue

The pool luck over the past couple days has sucked!
I certainly hope no one is testing out new pool software/miners on the live Slush Pool site. That is a BIG NO-NO.  Undecided

How about some blocks to go along with the pool hash rate increase to 157PH and the BTC price increase!!!

That is all.

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January 17, 2017, 11:29:09 PM
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Have you tried sacrificing some virgins to the pool luck gods? There is nothing the pool can do about the laws of statistical probability.

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January 17, 2017, 11:38:00 PM
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Have you tried sacrificing some virgins to the pool luck gods? There is nothing the pool can do about the laws of statistical probability.


I don't think I know any virgins. At least not legal-aged virgins... LOL

Yes, I understand how pool luck/probability works. But I wish Slush offered a PPLNS option. I know my tiny 60TH's is just a drop in the bucket, but it's hashing away 24/7.
Ready for the chips (blocks) to start falling semi-regularly again. I know it's just a matter of time. Grin

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January 18, 2017, 01:49:56 AM
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Have you tried sacrificing some virgins to the pool luck gods? There is nothing the pool can do about the laws of statistical probability.


I don't think I know any virgins. At least not legal-aged virgins... LOL

Yes, I understand how pool luck/probability works. But I wish Slush offered a PPLNS option. I know my tiny 60TH's is just a drop in the bucket, but it's hashing away 24/7.
Ready for the chips (blocks) to start falling semi-regularly again. I know it's just a matter of time. Grin

I for one wish that more people would mine here. Antpool has 500 freaking PH!! Slush deserves at least half of that.

Hey every bit counts!

Happy mining to you Sir.

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January 18, 2017, 03:27:37 AM
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I for one wish that more people would mine here. Antpool has 500 freaking PH!! Slush deserves at least half of that.

Hey every bit counts!

Happy mining to you Sir.


I'm sure a lot of that is because ant ships their hardware with the pools already set and many people don't know enough about what they're doing to go in and change the settings to a pool that might be more beneficial for them. For all they know, antpool IS BTC.
Just speculating, of course....

Unless you live in China, there really shouldn't be any reason to mine on their pools.
At least that's my .02.

Nice to see another Slush block. Now I guess I will power down the two heaters (S7's) I fired up just for the day. I'll leave the night-shift to the S9's.
Mine on!  Smiley

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January 18, 2017, 01:55:21 PM
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I certainly hope no one is testing out new pool software/miners on the live Slush Pool site. That is a BIG NO-NO.  Undecided

I had the same concern back in December (after what happened in December of 2015 with Omega) -- but was assured that Slush now has the ability to detect that sort of thing.

It's nice to see you over here on Slush! BTW, one of my B1 S9's is following the same path as yours -- I've been following your thread in the hardware support point by point -- probably will need to replace the controller soon -- lol...  Have you considered the T9's?
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Today at 09:14:01 AM
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I think its obvious by the numbers of the last 10/50/250 blocks that the Slush pool is alive and well. I don't have 100% of my power here but I do mine a lot in this pool and have quite a bit for the last few years.
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I certainly hope no one is testing out new pool software/miners on the live Slush Pool site. That is a BIG NO-NO.  Undecided

I had the same concern back in December (after what happened in December of 2015 with Omega) -- but was assured that Slush now has the ability to detect that sort of thing.

It's nice to see you over here on Slush! BTW, one of my B1 S9's is following the same path as yours -- I've been following your thread in the hardware support point by point -- probably will need to replace the controller soon -- lol...  Have you considered the T9's?

Hi. I must have missed your post when you first posted.
Yeah, if it happens once, you have to wonder if it could happen again. If they say they now have the ability to detect that, someone must have to keep a pretty good eye on the miners that are connecting/hashing on the pool using some type of software. Pool hash has gone up by about 10PH in the last week. It seems the pool was doing better with less hash. But that is probably just my short-sightedness and/or my imagination.

I imagine that is not an easy thing to detect faulty miners on the pool. I know Kano does that by looking at the stats after each block, I believe. Not sure if Slush is not just saying that to ease concerns. But I hope they are really keeping an eye out for such BS. The luck has been up and down in the last week or so. But I know that is not unusual. I'm always impatient for a block each hour. But I know that is not realistic.

I will probably be going back to Kano after this full month is over. I hate the idea of my miners running 24/7 but only get credit if they are online when a block is found. I turn my two S7's (heaters) off at night and run only the four S9's. I feel like I'm wasting hash (electricity) by not getting credit for the work my miners do when they are online and no blocks are found. I hope that makes sense.

If Slush would use PPLNS or have that as an option, I would probably stay here. But since they don't, I feel like I'm throwing away all the work my miners perform when blocks are few and far between - as has been the case in the last week or so. Yes, I understand it is probably normal variance, but I still feel like I'm wasting hash.

As for my flaky S9, I was running it at 550 (it is a 600mHz miner) and it would show mostly all good chips with only one or two X's. I finally said, "Screw it", and I flashed the S9 with the auto-tune FW. It solved the problem with the S9 and it's hashing at 600Mhz again. Although it did raise the PCB and chip temps by 15-20c. It is still under 100, so I'm just going with it.
If you're having similar issues with an S9, you might want to try the new FW. IT MAY help. If not, you can always go back.

Best of luck to you! Smiley

Let's see some FREAKING BLOCKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS on this Sunday!!!!! The pool has over 160PH. To me that means a block per hour!!! LOL
Make it so!!  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

P.S. Am I wrong to think that 3 blocks over-night with 160PH on the pool is pretty pitiful? Just bad luck? It certainly seems like it. I know a block was recently found (about an hour ago). But before that, there were 3 blocks, then 18 hours ago, a fourth.
Just seems that with this much pool hash, the pool should be hitting more regularly.
I know pool luck doesn't care if you have 10PH or 100PH, but I'm not feeling very good about the pool luck at the moment. I know that can turn on a dime. Certainly wish it would, cause I'm burning electricity. Wink

OK, enough complaining. I may as well be complaining that I haven't hit the Powerball lottery yet. LOL  Cool
Now to find some blocks before I power down the S7's later tonight. Smiley

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