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Author Topic: [205+PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9% fee 7 BTC giveaway 🐈 US,UK,JP,NYA,DE,SG  (Read 5157586 times)
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January 31, 2015, 10:34:40 AM
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Payouts 341147 and 341149 sent
and confirmed
and in case anyone wasn't watching Smiley
Another, just under 100% block half an hour ago Smiley
... and another block just now ~13% confirmed.
Nice to have some good luck after the few long rounds lately  Grin

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January 31, 2015, 11:18:25 AM
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... and another block 10 minutes ago ~9.2% and confirmed.

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January 31, 2015, 01:20:23 PM
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... and another block 10 minutes ago ~9.2% and confirmed.

we are heating back up.

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January 31, 2015, 01:37:39 PM
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It was nice to wake up on my birthday seeing three emails in my inbox saying we found blocks!

Especially after yesterday when I found out that one of my S5's had a hash board die.  Cry

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January 31, 2015, 01:41:33 PM
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It was nice to wake up on my birthday seeing three emails in my inbox saying we found blocks!


 now I knew 3 blocks on my birthday was going to happen (Jan 27th)

  I was wrong it was your birthday (Jan 31st)

Happy birthday!


Pool luck for the contest is approaching average    we should have  had 14-15 blocks  we have 10.

very hard to be exact due to pool down time and shift in hashrate and shift in diff.    the 14-15 est is eyeball math.

more likely 13-14 is correct.  we got off to a terrible start 600% then a pair of 200% was more then 1000% for the first 3 blocks

the next 7 = 520 %  quite a difference

all eyeball math above.   but 333% a block for 3 or  75% a block for 7 is very close to the real numbers for the 10 blocks in the contest.

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January 31, 2015, 03:23:39 PM
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Payout 341209 sent and confirmed

Edit: yep if you only joined/mined since when the blocks were red, then you'd be behind.

If you joined and have continued to mine almost any time before the last 42 blocks you'd probably be ahead.

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January 31, 2015, 07:34:52 PM
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What's the recomended /acceptable rate to hit your API? Can I hit it like every 5 mins .... 24/7 ... 365?
Also, got any documentation on the API, or is it just the two links /queries available?

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January 31, 2015, 08:12:47 PM
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And another!

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January 31, 2015, 08:15:13 PM
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And another!
 yah sweet!

 bitminerpro did it it has confirms!

https://blockchain.info/address/1KzFJddTvK9TQWsmWFKYJ9fRx9QeSATyrT


https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1KzFJddTvK9TQWsmWFKYJ9fRx9QeSATyrT/transactions


took 78%  which is just a tiny bit better then normal

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January 31, 2015, 08:38:35 PM
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Things change given time......
                                 

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January 31, 2015, 09:56:25 PM
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Things change given time......
                                 

I want a hoody with that!  Grin

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January 31, 2015, 10:13:21 PM
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What's the recomended /acceptable rate to hit your API? Can I hit it like every 5 mins .... 24/7 ... 365?
Also, got any documentation on the API, or is it just the two links /queries available?
5min is fine.
Edit: the docs are simply that it's json Smiley
I think I added an html header/footer to some of the text/api links.
I'll probably get around to removing that - but will post here if I do.

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January 31, 2015, 11:40:07 PM
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Quick question from a n00b miner.
I like to learn about settings, and in general get OPO other people's opinions about my current question.

If I am going to be working on a miner, or troubleshooting a miner hardware issue is it better to use a pool wioth a different payout system than PPLNS?
If my miner may be up and down, and the up or down times will be inconsistent, is it betetr to use that miner on a PPS pool until I have it hashing consistently again?

I understand the gist of PPLNS, how we are paid in shifts / shares and the intent of stopping pool hopping.
In effect, my miner would be turned off, on, off, and on again, so it would seem to the pool as though I am hopping when I may be changing a power supply, or testing a particular unit for Overclocking viability, etc.

So, in this case, is it better to use a pool with a different payout scheme, and if so what type (either by pool name or payment method) is the best?

Transaction fees go to the pools and the pools decide to pay them to the miners. Anything else, including off-chain solutions are stealing and not the way Bitcoin was intended to function.
Make the block size set by the pool. Pool = miners and they get the choice.
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January 31, 2015, 11:51:51 PM
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Quick question from a n00b miner.
I like to learn about settings, and in general get OPO other people's opinions about my current question.

If I am going to be working on a miner, or troubleshooting a miner hardware issue is it better to use a pool wioth a different payout system than PPLNS?
If my miner may be up and down, and the up or down times will be inconsistent, is it betetr to use that miner on a PPS pool until I have it hashing consistently again?

I understand the gist of PPLNS, how we are paid in shifts / shares and the intent of stopping pool hopping.
In effect, my miner would be turned off, on, off, and on again, so it would seem to the pool as though I am hopping when I may be changing a power supply, or testing a particular unit for Overclocking viability, etc.

So, in this case, is it better to use a pool with a different payout scheme, and if so what type (either by pool name or payment method) is the best?

I would stay here if I were you.

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February 01, 2015, 12:23:19 AM
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Payouts 341276 and 341285 sent (finally)
... and confirmed

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February 01, 2015, 12:35:01 AM
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Quick question from a n00b miner.
I like to learn about settings, and in general get OPO other people's opinions about my current question.

If I am going to be working on a miner, or troubleshooting a miner hardware issue is it better to use a pool wioth a different payout system than PPLNS?
If my miner may be up and down, and the up or down times will be inconsistent, is it betetr to use that miner on a PPS pool until I have it hashing consistently again?

I understand the gist of PPLNS, how we are paid in shifts / shares and the intent of stopping pool hopping.
In effect, my miner would be turned off, on, off, and on again, so it would seem to the pool as though I am hopping when I may be changing a power supply, or testing a particular unit for Overclocking viability, etc.

So, in this case, is it better to use a pool with a different payout scheme, and if so what type (either by pool name or payment method) is the best?
The way PPLNS stops the gain from hopping is not to penalising anyone who hops, it's simply that there is no gain from hopping.

As I've mentioned before, the 5N we use here simply means that each share is paid once in each of the blocks found in the ~500% after the share.

The part that I guess were it may be confusing, is that to get an expected BTC payout when I payout a block, you have to have mined for the full 500% range of the payout.
But since each share is paid the same way, the only thing that affects the value of each share is the pool luck.
That luck can't be known in advance of course, but also has an expected average to mean that on average each share is expected to get paid 5 times 1/5 of the value of the PPS share (minus 0.9%)

Of course that is simply an expected average, so over a short time you may get more OR less, but again you can't know in advance.

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February 01, 2015, 12:51:49 AM
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Ok now i really dont get the reward system , i was reading about the diff or N x 500% but i think that i dont understand. So this happened:

from
28.01.2015  06:34:11 PM to 29.01.2015  10:20:12 PM aproh: ~28Hours i was mining on btcguild. Before that i was on your pool and getting ~0.051 BTC after every block found. Of course before that i was building up for 5 days to reach that earnings per block.

from
29.01.2015   10:20:12PM to 01.02.2015    01:00 AM aproh: ~50Hours after mining on btcguild i came back to this pool and for the last two blocks i got 2x ~0.038 BTC.

So when i don't mine 1 hour, and when i come back i should mine 3 hours to get the max reward ? i really dont get it. \
Can you please give me some example, from the block history chart or something similar. Sorry for this, but i'm curious.
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February 01, 2015, 01:36:40 AM
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Payout 341296 sent

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Each share found is paid ~1/5 it's value in each of the blocks found in the ~500% after the share.
 or the reverse version of that meaning the same thing
Each block found pays (equally, based on difficulty) all shares in the ~500% before the block was found.
Payout 341296 confirmed

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February 01, 2015, 03:32:00 AM
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bittalc1,

I know it can be confusing but you will always be paid for any accepted shares, it doesn't matter if you leave or not. The secret is staying put long enough to see the full 500% which will often take several continuous blocks. I have 20 TH and can say with certainty that the best thing for you to do is point your miners here and forget about them. You will never realize your maximum payout here or anywhere else if you try to chase luck.

I mine here to support this pool, I trust both CK and Kano as pool operators as there is complete transparency here, and this pool has had better luck over the long term than others.

No matter if you decide to stay here or mine at another pool you need to leave your miners pointed at whichever and basically forget about them.

Here are some of Kano's previous responses where he explained the payouts, hope this helps some:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg9960680#msg9960680

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg10087464#msg10087464

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg10098984#msg10098984

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February 01, 2015, 05:37:55 AM
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Anyone who noticed 30 min ago ...
That was a ckpool restart done by me to update some changes and add some debug tracking into it.
Most should have only seen a reconnect in cgminer, not a failover.

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