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December 26, 2016, 01:44:05 PM
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Blimey!! That gives me some hope that my 5.8Th underclocked S9 will hit a block one day then.

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December 26, 2016, 01:55:48 PM
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Question regarding finding block

Now when a miner finds a block, does the block finder get an extra bonus for finding block?
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No, since all that does is increase variance for everyone.
The bonus has to come from somewhere ... it comes from everyone who didn't find that block.

What it would mean is that in general everyone gets paid less per block, to cover the finder bonus.
Since you have no control over finding blocks, it does nothing but randomly give the block finder, part of everyone else's mining reward.

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December 26, 2016, 01:56:25 PM
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Blimey!! That gives me some hope that my 5.8Th underclocked S9 will hit a block one day then.
As long as it's not a V1 Cheesy

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December 26, 2016, 02:17:35 PM
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Blimey!! That gives me some hope that my 5.8Th underclocked S9 will hit a block one day then.
As long as it's not a V1 Cheesy

it is a V1  as that is how he underclocked it.

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December 26, 2016, 02:34:38 PM
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it is a V1  as that is how he underclocked it.
or it's 2.0 and he went to the minerAdvanced.cgi page.  Wink

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December 26, 2016, 02:48:28 PM
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Yea it's a v1  Cheesy.     Hope=0

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December 26, 2016, 03:37:32 PM
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Yea it's a v1  Cheesy.     Hope=0

My S9 v1 hit a block on 12/5...it's not impossible.  Hope=75% Grin

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December 26, 2016, 03:41:54 PM
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My S9 V1 hit a block on 12/5...it's not impossible.  Hope=75% Grin
Yes, but did you have it tuned down to ~ the hashrate of 2 LNs?  Tongue

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December 26, 2016, 03:51:25 PM
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My S9 V1 hit a block on 12/5...it's not impossible.  Hope=75% Grin
Yes, but did you have it tuned down to ~ the hashrate of 2 LNs?  Tongue

You got me there! Hope=37.5%...still not impossible Cheesy

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December 26, 2016, 04:16:59 PM
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I'll take the 37.5% and a splash of luck and see what happens.  Cheesy

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December 27, 2016, 02:45:43 AM
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Question with regard to consolidation of payments. If I have a hardware wallet like a keepkey or trezor would it be possible to generate a new BTC address and initiate a transaction to send say 100 individuals payments to the new address in one lump sum all within the same wallet? Thanks!
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December 27, 2016, 03:07:30 AM
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Noob question...
At the top stats of the page... https://www.kano.is/index.php?k=blocks
Was just curious as to why the 'Workers: 5668' count fluctuates (sometime drastically) so much seemingly second to second?
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Well you can't see it that often otherwise the web site will ban you Smiley

But i does fluctuate quite a bit ... though the reason is simply that lotsa miners connect and disconnect every minute.
That number is the number of connections to the pool.
Thanks for the quick reply kano.
Is there a value somewhere in the pool stats that shows total number of active workers? Like say that were live within the last hour or day?
Curious to see the total # of mining rigs that are live & contributing in the pool.
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December 27, 2016, 04:06:05 AM
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Noob question...
At the top stats of the page... https://www.kano.is/index.php?k=blocks
Was just curious as to why the 'Workers: 5668' count fluctuates (sometime drastically) so much seemingly second to second?
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Well you can't see it that often otherwise the web site will ban you Smiley

But i does fluctuate quite a bit ... though the reason is simply that lotsa miners connect and disconnect every minute.
That number is the number of connections to the pool.
Thanks for the quick reply kano.
Is there a value somewhere in the pool stats that shows total number of active workers? Like say that were live within the last hour or day?
Curious to see the total # of mining rigs that are live & contributing in the pool.
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Well that is effectively what that number is.
But non-passthru proxies count as one connection.

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December 27, 2016, 09:35:02 AM
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I am not 100% sure that your argument is a formal logical fallacy, but it does appear to be akin to the informal logical fallacy known as the red herring fallacy. The chart on bitcoincore.org only shows the number of adopters of SegWit based on previous blocks submitted. It is not possible to logically infer that a non-SegWit block implies a "no" answer. While each block without SegWit could be a "no" answer, it is possible some of those blocks are from people too lazy to update, undecided or confused, simply holding out in an attempt to delay adoption, or with who knows what other reason.

1) I wasn't aware we were adopting formal debate rules in this thread.
2) SegWit requires acceptance (an actual implementation) or non-acceptance; "might", "confused", or "other" are not options.
3) An abstaining vote, from that which requires actual implementation to be a "yes", is still a "no".*
4) "Simply holding out in an attempt to delay adoption" is a "no".*
5) Due to the nature of the acceptance rule (2) any non-"yes" is a "no" (there can be no "maybe" in something that, by definition, requires a hard "yes" or a hard "no").*
6) Because someone's current vote is "no", they are not estopped from later changing that vote to a "yes"; however, a later change does not change the current "no" form current existence.

Any more Ph.D. tests or may we continue the thread? Undecided

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You said the following:
Logic dictates that any list that "only tells you who said 'yes'" still, in fact, tells you who said "no". If a list of "yes" votes = ~25%, then the other ~75% said "no".
If you invoke logic as an argument, you should actually use it properly.

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December 27, 2016, 10:43:04 AM
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Fact, until someone votes yes, they are voting no.
Until adoption hits 95% (which it never will) all those not flagging acceptance are flagging the opposite.
It's based on the last N blocks, where a block flagging acceptance means yes and a block not flagging acceptance means no.
That of course can change in the future, but that is only a prediction, not a fact, until it transpires.

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I had enough of that segwit moron who threatened the pool (in PM) - that I still have no idea why the mods didn't ban him - to have segwit arguments in here degrade to name calling Tongue

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December 27, 2016, 11:25:20 AM
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I had enough of that segwit moron who threatened the pool (in PM) - that I still have no idea why the mods didn't ban him
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I would have thought the mods enforced stricter standards with regards to threats. That is an epic fail.

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December 27, 2016, 11:27:04 AM
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I had enough of that segwit moron who threatened the pool (in PM) - that I still have no idea why the mods didn't ban him
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I would have thought the mods enforced stricter standards with regards to threats. That is an epic fail.
Mods don't have the power to ban, nor can they see PMs. Only admins can and there are so few of them that are active that they're swamped.

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December 27, 2016, 11:33:40 AM
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Oh yes babe with 36.26THs is BTClock! First block today! Thanks you!

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December 27, 2016, 11:42:56 AM
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I had enough of that segwit moron who threatened the pool (in PM) - that I still have no idea why the mods didn't ban him
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I would have thought the mods enforced stricter standards with regards to threats. That is an epic fail.
Well it was clearly a pro-segwit admin who ignored my reports.
He posted in here the same post more than 40 times after I told him not to - the rules seem to suggest that is a bad thing to do Tongue
The admin didn't agree ...

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