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January 06, 2017, 01:33:26 AM
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He trolls  this thread a lot.

I have been loyal  to kano's pool .

I am good at math .

And as I pointed out earlier  his math on the Avalon 7  was using price points that were completely  wrong..  

Frankly  the s9 is cheaper then the avalon 7  even with  the  numbers I used.


But the older s9's were sold as freq adjustable.  Which  is part of the reason I purchased the six that I did.

My use of them and locations for them are dictated by   sound and heat in part.

My gear ran  within specs given by bitmaintech and my gear  broke down at a high rate.

My repaired gear which was sold and used by a different miner also broke down at a high rate.

Finally  if it turns out that avalon 7 becomes  a .99 cdf loser  like the older s9 is  I will move it.

But .99 cdf  over 100 blocks vs .77 cdf over 5 or 6 blocks  means nothing.

So I will give the avalon a  lot more time  before I make a decision as to where to mine with it.

to prove a point  last:
20 of 20 posts are on Kano's thread
35 of 40 posts are on Kano's thread

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=861346;sa=showPosts



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January 06, 2017, 01:39:52 AM
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Thank you, kano-san. Frankly you have the patience of Job, and I hit the ignore button on this statclown days ago...  Don't argue with stupid; first they bring you down to their level and then beat you with experience.  Wink
Love the work you and -ck do for the pool in particular and the BTC community in general.  As John Boehner said many times, you can disagree without being disagreeable.  This douche le grande is quite disagreeable, and even though he knows I got him on blast (i.e. ignore) he'll still answer this post...  Cheesy
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January 06, 2017, 01:43:45 AM
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He trolls  this thread a lot.

I have been loyal  to kano's pool .

I am good at math .

And as I pointed out earlier  his math on the Avalon 7  was using price points that were completely  wrong..  

Frankly  the s9 is cheaper then the avalon 7  even with  the  numbers I used.


But the older s9's were sold as freq adjustable.  Which  is part of the reason I purchased the six that I did.

My use of them and locations for them are dictated by   sound and heat in part.

My gear ran  within specs given by bitmaintech and my gear  broke down at a high rate.

My repaired gear which was sold and used by a different miner also broke down at a high rate.

Finally  if it turns out that avalon 7 becomes  a .99 cdf loser  like the older s9 is  I will move it.

But .99 cdf  over 100 blocks vs .77 cdf over 5 or 6 blocks  means nothing.

So I will give the avalon a  lot more time  before I make a decision as to where to mine with it.

to prove a point  last:
20 of 20 posts are on Kano's thread
35 of 40 posts are on Kano's thread

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=861346;sa=showPosts




last 46 of 60 posts are on Kano's thread

last 61 of 80 posts are on Kano's thread


not to mention  4 or 5 on ck's thread.

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January 06, 2017, 01:49:53 AM
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Wow .. I have had a s9 for a couple of weeks now. been running it on slush. I was going to move it over to Kano but will keep it on slush after all the negativity about the s9 here.

FWI we would all have been better off just buying bitcoin instead of buying any of these OVER priced miners.


Best of luck to all. 
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January 06, 2017, 01:53:41 AM
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Wow .. I have had a s9 for a couple of weeks now. been running it on slush. I was going to move it over to Kano but will keep it on slush after all the negativity about the s9 here.

FWI we would all have been better off just buying bitcoin instead of buying any of these OVER priced miners.


Best of luck to all. 

Well if they are S9v1 and you can't switch them to S9v2 - then yep please point them somewhere else Smiley
If they are S9v2 - point them here Cheesy

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January 06, 2017, 01:59:10 AM
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Wow .. I have had a s9 for a couple of weeks now. been running it on slush. I was going to move it over to Kano but will keep it on slush after all the negativity about the s9 here.

FWI we would all have been better off just buying bitcoin instead of buying any of these OVER priced miners.


Best of luck to all. 


Buying btc or buying stock in the chip makers like AMD or NVDA would be a better investment financially perhaps but many people choose to mine because it is a lot more fun and supports a network we all believe in. Plus a lot of interesting people here in the mining community to learn from
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January 06, 2017, 02:15:41 AM
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Wow .. I have had a s9 for a couple of weeks now. been running it on slush. I was going to move it over to Kano but will keep it on slush after all the negativity about the s9 here.

FWI we would all have been better off just buying bitcoin instead of buying any of these OVER priced miners.


Best of luck to all. 


Buying btc or buying stock in the chip makers like AMD or NVDA would be a better investment financially perhaps but many people choose to mine because it is a lot more fun and supports a network we all believe in. Plus a lot of interesting people here in the mining community to learn from


I agree, but why all the talk about ROI and finding blocks ?  There are lots of ways to support bitcoin and the network other than mining.

  I mine to make a profit. Thats how it was set up and how it should be.   
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January 06, 2017, 02:35:03 AM
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  • 0% is the statistical probability of you convincing anyone that passed a grade higher than 3 that 6:5, 12:10, 120:100, and 600:500 aren't all the same thing -1.2:1

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You are clearly not a genius. Please change your nick.
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January 06, 2017, 02:36:04 AM
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Wow .. I have had a s9 for a couple of weeks now. been running it on slush. I was going to move it over to Kano but will keep it on slush after all the negativity about the s9 here.

FWI we would all have been better off just buying bitcoin instead of buying any of these OVER priced miners.


Best of luck to all. 

Well if they are S9v1 and you can't switch them to S9v2 - then yep please point them somewhere else Smiley
If they are S9v2 - point them here Cheesy
... and that last block was an S9 also ... ... S9v2 Smiley

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January 06, 2017, 02:36:32 AM
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Wow .. I have had a s9 for a couple of weeks now. been running it on slush. I was going to move it over to Kano but will keep it on slush after all the negativity about the s9 here.

FWI we would all have been better off just buying bitcoin instead of buying any of these OVER priced miners.


Best of luck to all.  


Sounds like your S9 is fairly new if you bought it new.  There's a pretty good chance it is a v2.  You can tell if you go to System and see if the BMminer Version is 1.x or 2.x Smiley

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January 06, 2017, 04:06:30 AM
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Block by cobramining!  This is his 10th Kano block and our 1st of the new day!  Cheesy

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January 06, 2017, 04:20:07 AM
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Block by cobramining!  This is his 10th Kano block and our 1st of the new day!  Cheesy
An A7 Smiley

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January 06, 2017, 04:35:51 AM
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Block by cobramining!  This is his 10th Kano block and our 1st of the new day!  Cheesy
An A7 Smiley

As luck would have it?  Shocked

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January 06, 2017, 04:41:02 AM
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That "Ignore" button is starting to look good again...  Cool

Agreed, but then I wouldn't see their BS to point out that @kano knows more about the pool stats than he/sheit could ever imagine knowing!   Tongue

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January 06, 2017, 04:45:34 AM
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Agreed, but then I wouldn't see their BS to point out that @kano knows more about the pool stats than he/sheit could ever imagine knowing!   Tongue
One can only "point out" based on the things that Kano doesn't delete proving him wrong (unless you actually believe Kano knows more than the Stanford Department of Mathematics).  Undecided

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January 06, 2017, 04:49:35 AM
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Block by cobramining!  This is his 10th Kano block and our 1st of the new day!  Cheesy
An A7 Smiley

As luck would have it?  Shocked
Well, no, there's nothing magical about luck with A7s ... or S9v2s ...

But I have been posting recently about the miner types that's found blocks e.g.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg17414679#msg17414679

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Agreed, but then I wouldn't see their BS to point out that @kano knows more about the pool stats than he/sheit could ever imagine knowing!   Tongue
One can only "point out" based on the things that Kano doesn't delete proving him wrong (unless you actually believe Kano knows more than the Stanford Department of Mathematics).  Undecided
Posting a graph that has nothing to do with poisson distributions and CDF values shows you don't know what you are posting - that's why I deleted that last one - and will continue to delete the stats you keep posting coz it is all either misinformed, outright wrong or unrelated.

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Agreed, but then I wouldn't see their BS to point out that @kano knows more about the pool stats than he/sheit could ever imagine knowing!   Tongue
One can only "point out" based on the things that Kano doesn't delete proving him wrong (unless you actually believe Kano knows more than the Stanford Department of Mathematics).  Undecided

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Posting a graph that has nothing to do with poisson distributions and CDF values shows you don't know what you are posting - that's why I deleted that last one - and will continue to delete the stats you keep posting coz it is all either misinformed, outright wrong or unrelated.

Well, I could post the whole 596 page teaching guide (that literally shows that you can't pass 5th grade)....
but I'll start small...

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Ratios are almost always fractions, but initially, one usually contrives to
make the ratio come out to be a whole number....

Percents first appear around grade 5. Students should recognize that
percents are special ratios, where the denominator (
or b in the ratio of
a to b
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is 100...
Statistics textbooks usually describe "sample size" on maybe the first page.

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LMAO @ Kano Kiss

If you have to ask why, you wouldn`t understand my answer.
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