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February 17, 2017, 02:08:12 PM
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Block! by mt33 with 13THs Cheesy
Another > 1BTC txn fees Smiley

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All right!  Another block during the night!  That's what I'm talking about! Our first of Block Friday while I slept! Cheesy

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February 17, 2017, 02:09:56 PM
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OK..so go back to sleep and dream about a few more Friday Blocks!!
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February 17, 2017, 03:17:25 PM
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OK..so go back to sleep and dream about a few more Friday Blocks!!

And the solo pool had it's first block in 20 days.
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February 17, 2017, 07:10:00 PM
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Great luck lately  Grin  Nice to see the fat chunk of a block too! 

I guess as the commercial use of BTC increases the fees will be larger in volume and miners can make a living off mining the fees (when block rewards halve and halve into nothing).  Also presuming a much higher BTC value.

I am struggling to find some information out.  I have been wondering about the asic chips in relation to a mining machine.  Is each chip doing its own thing or do all the chips in a machine work together to collectively create a nonce? 
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February 17, 2017, 10:27:03 PM
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I am struggling to find some information out.  I have been wondering about the asic chips in relation to a mining machine.  Is each chip doing its own thing or do all the chips in a machine work together to collectively create a nonce? 

I'm pretty sure each core in each chip is doing it's own thing.  Otherwise you couldn't map out the bad cores and continue mining with it.

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February 17, 2017, 10:45:19 PM
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I am struggling to find some information out.  I have been wondering about the asic chips in relation to a mining machine.  Is each chip doing its own thing or do all the chips in a machine work together to collectively create a nonce?  

I'm pretty sure each core in each chip is doing it's own thing.  Otherwise you couldn't map out the bad cores and continue mining with it.
Actually - if one chip fails, it doesn't matter if a work item is divided up so each chip is doing a part of the nonce range, or if each chip is doing a full nonce range of work.

Each hash has the same chance of finding a share or a block, even if you don't mine the full nonce range for each work item.

The old icarus code is a good example of that, where it's a case of working out the time to complete a full nonce range and send it new work before it completes and goes idle, thus it never actually completes the full nonce range.

So the answer to the original question is ... that's up to the manufacturer how they do it and it doesn't matter Smiley
(Edit: as long as they count hashes properly to display their hash rate - but that also wont affect the pool displayed hash rate which will not be affected by a miner counting issue, if it had one, when chips 'die')

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February 18, 2017, 12:13:00 AM
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So if I am solo mining and I have 2 machines then they are fighting against each other really. They are both doing their own thing completely ignorant of each other.

I guess I am not understanding how a pool actually works then.  Is this where the 'shares' come into play?  Are all of our individual machines sending our best shares to some overlord node server or is something using all of our hash power combined?  Ie some communication is there to use all the hash power for the combined good of the pool?   

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February 18, 2017, 12:38:39 AM
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Block by Ooitsme with 174TH/s!  Welcome to the Acclaim Board with your 1st Kano block! This is our 1st of the new day!  Cheesy

And a flood of payouts as well!  Cheesy

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February 18, 2017, 12:38:53 AM
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Wow block and 4 payouts
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February 18, 2017, 12:41:25 AM
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Wow block and 4 payouts
Well timed? Only a few hours after the 4 payouts had matured Smiley
Glad we got that extra other one before it Cheesy

Probably an S7

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February 18, 2017, 12:44:22 AM
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Wow block and 4 payouts
Well timed? Only a few hours after the 4 payouts had matured Smiley
Glad we got that extra other one before it Cheesy

Probably an S7

Yeah, mine 3 weeks but very fun. Canaan just withdraw alot of miner from our pool. I think canaan prepairs to release some new model?
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February 18, 2017, 12:50:25 AM
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Wow block and 4 payouts
Well timed? Only a few hours after the 4 payouts had matured Smiley
Glad we got that extra other one before it Cheesy

Probably an S7

Yeah, mine 3 weeks but very fun. Canaan just withdraw alot of miner from our pool. I think canaan prepairs to release some new model?
Heh - well - the pool hash rate hasn't gone down ... ... ... north pole Smiley

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February 18, 2017, 02:18:55 AM
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February 18, 2017, 04:09:53 AM
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Nice to see the fat chunk of a block too! 


Yeah, I had read about that fat sucker on the forum on my phone, but to see it "in person" right in front of me is damn impressive!!! Wow~ 14.42762603 BTC  Cool
One or two of those each week would certainly put a nice grin on my face!!  Cheesy

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February 18, 2017, 08:03:49 AM
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Block! by moecarrim Smiley
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February 18, 2017, 08:05:54 AM
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Block! by moecarrim Smiley

It's a T9.only brought it online around 3 days ago. Glad it's finding blocks

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February 18, 2017, 08:08:03 AM
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Block! by moecarrim Smiley

It's a T9.only brought it online around 3 days ago. Glad it's finding blocks
Excellent!
I updated my post as you replied Smiley

Edit: so that means S9v2 means any of S9, R4 or T9 with the latest firmware

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February 18, 2017, 10:40:00 AM
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So if I am solo mining and I have 2 machines then they are fighting against each other really. They are both doing their own thing completely ignorant of each other.

I guess I am not understanding how a pool actually works then.  Is this where the 'shares' come into play?  Are all of our individual machines sending our best shares to some overlord node server or is something using all of our hash power combined?  Ie some communication is there to use all the hash power for the combined good of the pool?  
Heh I missed seeing you post Smiley

No, it's PoW that matters (Proof of Work)
A valid share is Proof of Work.

A miner of X THs has 1/1000 of the chance of a miner of X PHs of finding a block.
So the X THs miner will expect to be rewarded 1/1000th of the X PHs miner.
The reward expectation is linear, with random variance, vs hashing power.

Everyone is simply trying to find a block.
The pool checks each share you submit to make sure it's a valid PoW and then the share is worth whatever the difficulty the work sent was assigned.

If your hash rate is expected to find 1 block a week, then you'd expect (on average) to be rewarded (here) a little more than the equivalent of one block a week.
You'd also expect to average finding 1 block a week while you mine here ... if the difficulty never changed Smiley

When you solo mine you are going to hit massive variance if your hash rate isn't in the 1PHs or greater range.
In the 10PH to 50PH range the variance is noticeable, like the pool here being ~22PHs but not unbearable for most.

Pooled mining has 3 main reasons:
1) Reduce variance by being part of a large pool of miners sharing the blocks found based on PoW
2) Reduce your risk of losing blocks if the pool has good block distribution, we do of course have awesome block distribution Smiley
3) Reduce mining cost (for a fee) by not having to setup and maintain servers to do that block distribution ... I do all that Smiley
Fees here are lower than all the larger pools and even lower than solo ... and I don't expect a tip either Smiley

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February 18, 2017, 11:29:37 AM
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February 18, 2017, 02:03:51 PM
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Block! by moecarrim Smiley
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Man is it good to wake up and see 2 blocks for the day! Cheesy

We have a nice little string of blocks going over the past couple of days! Cheesy

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