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Author Topic: [205+PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9% fee 6.5 BTC giveaway 🐈 US,UK,JP,NYA,DE,SG  (Read 5158357 times)
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February 10, 2017, 07:19:34 PM
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Same here...looking pretty decent with almost 30TH, a day more for 5Nd. When we get these last two A6s back online (my partner finally got his wife to allow them...and they've got free power...lol...) with a coloc, we should be at around 37TH. What I'm pleased with is that the Avalon gear hashes consistently at more than expected with no issues.

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February 10, 2017, 07:24:21 PM
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Same here...looking pretty decent with almost 30TH, a day more for 5Nd. When we get these last two A6s back online (my partner finally got his wife to allow them...and they've got free power...lol...) with a coloc, we should be at around 37TH. What I'm pleased with is that the Avalon gear hashes consistently at more than expected with no issues.

also note that pps%  is 101 for Jan and 116 for Feb

One good thing about a 5 day n is positive variance can be very big.

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February 10, 2017, 08:49:48 PM
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I must be a moron as I still haven't figure out this 5n. Forgive my idiotic question, but if you don't jump around from pool to pool and you are 100% on this pool and mining 100% everyday, does it matter if it is 5n or 1n or 100n?

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February 10, 2017, 08:53:54 PM
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I must be a moron as I still haven't figure out this 5n. Forgive my idiotic question, but if you don't jump around from pool to pool and you are 100% on this pool and mining 100% everyday, does it matter if it is 5n or 1n or 100n?
Any N value doesn't matter what you do.
The 5N reduces variance, but has no other expected effect on your actual reward.

The idea of a larger N is to smooth out your rewards so they vary less, not increase or decrease the total.

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February 10, 2017, 09:06:53 PM
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Network 'glitch' at the SG node at 20:56 UTC
Looks like everyone at SG failed over but connected back a couple minutes later.
All OK again.

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February 10, 2017, 10:33:21 PM
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Same here...looking pretty decent with almost 30TH, a day more for 5Nd. When we get these last two A6s back online (my partner finally got his wife to allow them...and they've got free power...lol...) with a coloc, we should be at around 37TH. What I'm pleased with is that the Avalon gear hashes consistently at more than expected with no issues.

also note that pps%  is 101 for Jan and 116 for Feb

One good thing about a 5 day n is positive variance can be very big.

Surely that's the same as saying "One bad thing about a 5 day n is the negative variance can be very big" isn't it?
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February 10, 2017, 10:41:36 PM
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Same here...looking pretty decent with almost 30TH, a day more for 5Nd. When we get these last two A6s back online (my partner finally got his wife to allow them...and they've got free power...lol...) with a coloc, we should be at around 37TH. What I'm pleased with is that the Avalon gear hashes consistently at more than expected with no issues.

also note that pps%  is 101 for Jan and 116 for Feb

One good thing about a 5 day n is positive variance can be very big.

Surely that's the same as saying "One bad thing about a 5 day n is the negative variance can be very big" isn't it?
Yes. No. See the next post Cheesy

However, he's pointing out that the variance, at the moment, up to the current block, is very positive.

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February 10, 2017, 11:31:38 PM
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Same here...looking pretty decent with almost 30TH, a day more for 5Nd. When we get these last two A6s back online (my partner finally got his wife to allow them...and they've got free power...lol...) with a coloc, we should be at around 37TH. What I'm pleased with is that the Avalon gear hashes consistently at more than expected with no issues.

also note that pps%  is 101 for Jan and 116 for Feb

One good thing about a 5 day n is positive variance can be very big.

Surely that's the same as saying "One bad thing about a 5 day n is the negative variance can be very big" isn't it?

no it is not it is the exact opposite.


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February 11, 2017, 01:52:53 AM
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I put 2 R4 to kano, the hashrate and share rate are too low. It goes back to normal everytime I update my minimum difficulty. Could you check something wrong? My name is huynhdat1989.R4 and .R402.
So I have to update minimum difficulty every 2 hours, it is so inconvinient.
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February 11, 2017, 02:26:03 AM
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I put 2 R4 to kano, the hashrate and share rate are too low. It goes back to normal everytime I update my minimum difficulty. Could you check something wrong? My name is huynhdat1989.R4 and .R402.
So I have to update minimum difficulty every 2 hours, it is so inconvinient.
The difficulty will go down to the appropriate value for your miner.

Higher difficulty = fewer shares
 is the same as
lower difficulty = more shares

Same expected statistical reward.

If there's a problem with your miner and needs a higher difficulty, then set it in the Workers->Management page.

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Hash Rate 8TH/s (Batch 3) and 8.7TH/s (Batch 4). Variation of ±5% is expected
and your shift graph is showing around 16.2TH/s for the past day or so, so it looks like they are mining fine already.

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February 11, 2017, 06:01:13 AM
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I put 2 R4 to kano, the hashrate and share rate are too low. It goes back to normal everytime I update my minimum difficulty. Could you check something wrong? My name is huynhdat1989.R4 and .R402.
So I have to update minimum difficulty every 2 hours, it is so inconvinient.
The difficulty will go down to the appropriate value for your miner.

Higher difficulty = fewer shares
 is the same as
lower difficulty = more shares

Same expected statistical reward.

If there's a problem with your miner and needs a higher difficulty, then set it in the Workers->Management page.

Edit: the bitmain web site says
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Hash Rate 8TH/s (Batch 3) and 8.7TH/s (Batch 4). Variation of ±5% is expected
and your shift graph is showing around 16.2TH/s for the past day or so, so it looks like they are mining fine already.

It is just for the beginning, for example when the difficulty I set are 4800 and 4042. They get about 17-18THs total.
But when the system modify to 5860 and 5200. The total share rate is reduce about 14-15THs. Do you know how to set fixed difficulty. My miners run faster at lower difficulty.
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February 11, 2017, 06:12:17 AM
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I put 2 R4 to kano, the hashrate and share rate are too low. It goes back to normal everytime I update my minimum difficulty. Could you check something wrong? My name is huynhdat1989.R4 and .R402.
So I have to update minimum difficulty every 2 hours, it is so inconvinient.
The difficulty will go down to the appropriate value for your miner.

Higher difficulty = fewer shares
 is the same as
lower difficulty = more shares

Same expected statistical reward.

If there's a problem with your miner and needs a higher difficulty, then set it in the Workers->Management page.

Edit: the bitmain web site says
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Hash Rate 8TH/s (Batch 3) and 8.7TH/s (Batch 4). Variation of ±5% is expected
and your shift graph is showing around 16.2TH/s for the past day or so, so it looks like they are mining fine already.

It is just for the beginning, for example when the difficulty I set are 4800 and 4042. They get about 17-18THs total.
But when the system modify to 5860 and 5200. The total share rate is reduce about 14-15THs. Do you know how to set fixed difficulty. My miners run faster at lower difficulty.
Again, unless there is a problem with your miners, the difficulty makes no difference.
When difficulty goes up, you get less shares, when difficulty goes down you get more shares.

Most miners take at least an hour to settle into their hash rate.

Also as I said above:
If there's a problem with your miner and needs a higher difficulty, then set it in the Workers->Management page.

The 14THs <-> 18THs is probably just variance.

Look at the web site to see what it is really doing, since the web site says what you will be paid, it doesn't matter what the miner says.
Also the hash rate will vary every shift - that is expected.
The higher the difficulty, the more it will vary.

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February 11, 2017, 06:53:22 PM
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Thank you, Dear Kanoians, for welcoming me back to the pool and making me feel right at home with a sweet 26-hour block!!
I wish I owned a "replicator!".

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February 11, 2017, 09:54:54 PM
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Allllllrrriiiigghhhhhttt!!!!! 29 freaking HOURS!!!!When this levee breaks it's gonna take out the town. They won't feel no pain!

LOOOOOOKKKKKKKOOOOOOOUUUUUUUTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!

FAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGG

BBLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!

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February 11, 2017, 10:16:41 PM
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Well ... considering it's only just hit 120%, you'll find this or longer on average 1 in every 3.3 blocks ...
Time is not a factor in the determination, the number of hashes is.

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February 11, 2017, 10:29:14 PM
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Allllllrrriiiigghhhhhttt!!!!! 29 freaking HOURS!!!!When this levee breaks it's gonna take out the town. They won't feel no pain!

LOOOOOOKKKKKKKOOOOOOOUUUUUUUTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!

FAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGG

BBLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!


Yeah, just being a little melodramatic. Wink I know we just passed 120.27 %
Just getting the throngs of people already lined correctly and not smashing those of front!! Smiley

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February 11, 2017, 10:38:04 PM
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Thanks kano, flashed the controller and MM firmware and it went with no problems. I was worried that DHCP mods would be overwritten,  but there was an option to save the configuration. Pretty happy that I can play now with the voltage offsets.

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February 12, 2017, 03:46:21 AM
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I recently learned about the CKPool from a YouTube video, BitCoin Master I believe.

I like the shared fees, not-China and as a hobby miner with an S3 who is waiting for two S9s I think this is a better model than Antpool.  However, I do not understand the payout percentage.  I am sure this has been covered, but can somebody please provide the argument for a small miner using the pool and the level of predictability for payments?

Thanks!  I am happy to be joining the BTC world. 
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February 12, 2017, 06:51:08 AM
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I recently learned about the CKPool from a YouTube video, BitCoin Master I believe.

I like the shared fees, not-China and as a hobby miner with an S3 who is waiting for two S9s I think this is a better model than Antpool.  However, I do not understand the payout percentage.  I am sure this has been covered, but can somebody please provide the argument for a small miner using the pool and the level of predictability for payments?

Thanks!  I am happy to be joining the BTC world. 


Sure  but can you tell me just how small the small miner is?


100gh
1000gh
2000gh
5000gh    are all small in my book.


I can make a good argument   to mine here if you are 1000gh to 5000gh  or larger.

But if you are tiny  no  don't mine here.

Under 500gh  and you are close to dust.  If dust you won't be paid  for  years ??   or maybe never.

but 2000gh  and you would be paid.






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February 12, 2017, 05:36:02 PM
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... can somebody please provide the argument for a small miner using the pool and the level of predictability for payments?
Sure  but can you tell me just how small the small miner is?

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