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March 01, 2017, 07:48:08 PM
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Can somebody help me understand how the pool work, i was mining in Antpol for 6 month and everyday i get my reward at same time, i  moved my hashpower over 100 th/s to Kano because everybody its talking about the excellence of mining here but, today i just received 0.040 BTC for 2 days of minig, why?

Please excuse my ignorance but i want to understand what happened and what to expect why we don't  get the same reward daily and why we don't get paid daily

thanks for your help

Payments are included in the next block found, after 101 confirmations.
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March 01, 2017, 07:57:18 PM
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Hello Friends

Can somebody help me understand how the pool work, i was mining in Antpol for 6 month and everyday i get my reward at same time, i  moved my hashpower over 100 th/s to Kano because everybody its talking about the excellence of mining here but, today i just received 0.040 BTC for 2 days of minig, why?

Please excuse my ignorance but i want to understand what happened and what to expect why we don't  get the same reward daily and why we don't get paid daily

thanks for your help

Payments are included in the next block found, after 101 confirmations.

For example, the actual pool is 455261, but i got my reward posted for that block   0.0040BTC, what are we mining right now?
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March 01, 2017, 08:10:29 PM
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Hello Friends

Can somebody help me understand how the pool work, i was mining in Antpol for 6 month and everyday i get my reward at same time, i  moved my hashpower over 100 th/s to Kano because everybody its talking about the excellence of mining here but, today i just received 0.040 BTC for 2 days of minig, why?

Please excuse my ignorance but i want to understand what happened and what to expect why we don't  get the same reward daily and why we don't get paid daily

thanks for your help

It takes about 4 days to reach your full 5Nd rate and you have only been at it for 2 days.  You will see your payout hash rate increase to it's full capacity after about 4 days.  All is not lost however, if you were to leave this pool you would continue to receive payouts for any block we find for an additional 4 days.  The other difference is you will not get a regular daily payout here...you will get a payout for every block we hit...after 101 confirmations the block will payout on the next block we hit.  The reason this pool pays more is Kano includes the transaction fees in the payout which is not the case on most pools and we normally get a lot of transaction fees on each block. Grin

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March 01, 2017, 08:15:31 PM
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Hello Friends

Can somebody help me understand how the pool work, i was mining in Antpol for 6 month and everyday i get my reward at same time, i  moved my hashpower over 100 th/s to Kano because everybody its talking about the excellence of mining here but, today i just received 0.040 BTC for 2 days of minig, why?

Please excuse my ignorance but i want to understand what happened and what to expect why we don't  get the same reward daily and why we don't get paid daily

thanks for your help

It takes about 4 days to reach your full 5Nd rate and you have only been at it for 2 days.  You will see your payout hash rate increase to it's full capacity after about 4 days.  All is not lost however, if you were to leave this pool you would continue to receive payouts for any block we find for an additional 4 days.  The other difference is you will not get a regular daily payout here...you will get a payout for every block we hit...after 101 confirmations the block will payout on the next block we hit.  The reason this pool pays more is Kano includes the transaction fees in the payout which is not the case on most pools and we normally get a lot of transaction fees on each block. Grin

Thank you so much for yor help  Smiley
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COME ON BLOCKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

No kidding! I've got to stop watching this: https://blocks.wizb.it


Ya that was pretty neat.   But it seems to be frozen at the moment or atles is on a long lunch break..   its been stuck for me today and showing the last block found and last transactions were over 5 hrs ago.




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March 01, 2017, 09:30:32 PM
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Sorry, this is probably the wrong place to ask, but...

Does anyone know how much CFM the S-9 fans produce?

Thank you in advance.
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March 01, 2017, 09:47:11 PM
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Sorry, this is probably the wrong place to ask, but...

Does anyone know how much CFM the S-9 fans produce?

Thank you in advance.

I saw in earlier post...About 210 cfm running at 5000rpm
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March 01, 2017, 11:52:46 PM
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Thank you for your input. I appreciate it
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March 02, 2017, 03:22:43 AM
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There was a 5 second disconnect on the NYA 🐈 node at 01:44:50 UTC (about 1.5 hours ago)
Everyone on NYA 🐈 reconnected straight back again, so that means a 5min failover to your backup pools if you had a backup of some other pool.
No one else was affected.

I'm still working away on the CKDB changes that will be the steps to remove these failovers, but the failovers themselves are very short and thus usually quite insignificant.

Meanwhile Smiley
Looks like the hash rate is climbing again.

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March 02, 2017, 04:15:18 AM
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Meanwhile Smiley
Looks like the hash rate is climbing again.
I know it ain't much, but with the rise in btc I sent my s7's off for hosting. They just fired up today. I've got an ebit e9 miner coming in tomorrow that I'm looking forward to checking out too!
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Meanwhile Smiley
Looks like the hash rate is climbing again.

It's very simple: everyone ran to translate their ants on BMminer Version 2.0.0
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March 02, 2017, 04:46:20 AM
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100% difficulty and waiting for block!
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March 02, 2017, 04:55:01 AM
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Meanwhile Smiley
Looks like the hash rate is climbing again.
I know it ain't much, but with the rise in btc I sent my s7's off for hosting. They just fired up today. I've got an ebit e9 miner coming in tomorrow that I'm looking forward to checking out too!
I've got three S7s in Labrador, and they're profitable. Good DC, as well.

To infinity and beyond...on two 741s and one of only 3...nope, make that 4...full nodes in Hawaii...on <30A. (I have other gear on the Hoth ice planet)
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I've got three S7s in Labrador, and they're profitable. Good DC, as well.
I used to keep them here at the house, but when I picked up a couple r4's and an s9 they didn't make sense. I thought about sending them to Labrador, but when you add shipping and Canadian duty, it didn't cost out well enough. I didn't shut them down until January, so I didn't see enough return to justify it. With the rise in btc, I found a place close that makes more financial sense.
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March 02, 2017, 04:38:17 PM
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I paid $60 US for each S7 shipping, USPS Priority Intl. Duty isn't that much...so long as you declare value based on a used unit. It costs me US$70 a month to run an S7 there, but that includes the PSUs. I figure than even an A6 would make coin, given conditions, as it uses less power and therefore the monthly cost goes down to around US$50. If you can find someplace closer that's as efficient, go for it.

For the party who PM'd me re who Labrador is...www.cryptoboreas.com.

FWIW...for me, 2,500 mi away from the nearest continental land mass, Labrador is as "close" as anywhere.  Cool

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March 02, 2017, 04:56:24 PM
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I am very new to this, so my question comes from maybe a lack of knowledge. It doesn't seem like an S7 will earn even close to $70 per month, so how is that profitable? As I said I'm very new to this, but from my own experience so far with an S7 it will be a stretch to get enough btc to match $30-$35 per month at current bitcoin value. Unless you're counting on holding the btc and the value going up that much.

I paid $60 US for each S7 shipping, USPS Priority Intl. Duty isn't that much...so long as you declare value based on a used unit. It costs me US$70 a month to run an S7 there, but that includes the PSUs. I figure than even an A6 would make coin, given conditions, as it uses less power and therefore the monthly cost goes down to around US$50. If you can find someplace closer that's as efficient, go for it.

For the party who PM'd me re who Labrador is...www.cryptoboreas.com.

FWIW...for me, 2,500 mi away from the nearest continental land mass, Labrador is as "close" as anywhere.  Cool
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March 02, 2017, 06:40:30 PM
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I am very new to this, so my question comes from maybe a lack of knowledge. It doesn't seem like an S7 will earn even close to $70 per month, so how is that profitable? As I said I'm very new to this, but from my own experience so far with an S7 it will be a stretch to get enough btc to match $30-$35 per month at current bitcoin value. Unless you're counting on holding the btc and the value going up that much.

I paid $60 US for each S7 shipping, USPS Priority Intl. Duty isn't that much...so long as you declare value based on a used unit. It costs me US$70 a month to run an S7 there, but that includes the PSUs. I figure than even an A6 would make coin, given conditions, as it uses less power and therefore the monthly cost goes down to around US$50. If you can find someplace closer that's as efficient, go for it.

For the party who PM'd me re who Labrador is...www.cryptoboreas.com.

FWIW...for me, 2,500 mi away from the nearest continental land mass, Labrador is as "close" as anywhere.  Cool


I happened to have a pretty good month for February and pulled in a tad over 0.11btc with a slightly overclocked s7 and almost that much for January even tho I missed a few days that my internet was not working right and a few powerdowns while I worked on upgrading some of my wireing and outlets for some s9s  and a few other interruptions to mineing 24/7 for the whole month of January.   So it worked out that they did better then expected due to good pool luck. and with btc being over $1000 made it worth running it. Where it was starting to look like a loosing or at best break even propostion to keep her going when the price of btc was just flerting in the high 800s to mid 900s.   

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March 02, 2017, 06:53:34 PM
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I am very new to this, so my question comes from maybe a lack of knowledge. It doesn't seem like an S7 will earn even close to $70 per month, so how is that profitable? As I said I'm very new to this, but from my own experience so far with an S7 it will be a stretch to get enough btc to match $30-$35 per month at current bitcoin value. Unless you're counting on holding the btc and the value going up that much.

I paid $60 US for each S7 shipping, USPS Priority Intl. Duty isn't that much...so long as you declare value based on a used unit. It costs me US$70 a month to run an S7 there, but that includes the PSUs. I figure than even an A6 would make coin, given conditions, as it uses less power and therefore the monthly cost goes down to around US$50. If you can find someplace closer that's as efficient, go for it.

For the party who PM'd me re who Labrador is...www.cryptoboreas.com.

FWIW...for me, 2,500 mi away from the nearest continental land mass, Labrador is as "close" as anywhere.  Cool


I happened to have a pretty good month for February and pulled in a tad over 0.11btc with a slightly overclocked s7 and almost that much for January even tho I missed a few days that my internet was not working right and a few powerdowns while I worked on upgrading some of my wireing and outlets for some s9s  and a few other interruptions to mineing 24/7 for the whole month of January.   So it worked out that they did better then expected due to good pool luck. and with btc being over $1000 made it worth running it. Where it was starting to look like a loosing or at best break even propostion to keep her going when the price of btc was just flerting in the high 800s to mid 900s.   

Thanks for sharing that. It's encouraging.
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March 02, 2017, 07:41:33 PM
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I am another newbie with just 2 R4s. Had them for just 5 weeks, with just one for the 1st week.

So far I have been rewarded/paid 0.4786 btc (thru block # 454915). With both R4s running, I average about 17.4 to 17.5 THs.

Total actual rewarded is $502.64 USD, with todays price its up t around $590.00 or about 17% profit just based on the current value.

Alot of your return obviously depends on your electric cost, mine are relative low sine I have 100% solar on my home. I expect around $100 - $125 electric bill after by unused solar reserves each month. (my direct elec is 6.8 cents / kWh.

So for me, (so far) I expect with around $500 per month gross btc, and say 150/mo elec, so I will be netting $350/month. I should have my R4s paid off in another 9-10 months (if they keep running at 100%).

I just hope future months mimic February and the btc price at least holds steady, even though most predict significant increases.

Bottom line, for me after just over a month, is that I have no regrets for becoming a small home BTC miner..especially at KanoPool!!

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March 02, 2017, 09:14:43 PM
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I am very new to this, so my question comes from maybe a lack of knowledge. It doesn't seem like an S7 will earn even close to $70 per month, so how is that profitable? As I said I'm very new to this, but from my own experience so far with an S7 it will be a stretch to get enough btc to match $30-$35 per month at current bitcoin value. Unless you're counting on holding the btc and the value going up that much.

I paid $60 US for each S7 shipping, USPS Priority Intl. Duty isn't that much...so long as you declare value based on a used unit. It costs me US$70 a month to run an S7 there, but that includes the PSUs. I figure than even an A6 would make coin, given conditions, as it uses less power and therefore the monthly cost goes down to around US$50. If you can find someplace closer that's as efficient, go for it.

For the party who PM'd me re who Labrador is...www.cryptoboreas.com.

FWIW...for me, 2,500 mi away from the nearest continental land mass, Labrador is as "close" as anywhere.  Cool
We keep a very close eye on spot, but without sharing the math I can say that, hosted at Cryptoboreas, we have had 3 S7s running there since November, and the three of them are responsible for about half of our total ~28TH. So, I can say with accuracy/honesty that our USD revenue for the last week all were running was averaging a bit over USD$36/day; so the S7s are producing presently around $18/day, or $6/machine, or $180/mo/machine. I'd say that's still profitable. We won't get nervous unless spot drops to 800 or less.

I say "when all were running" because I have a 721 and a 741 here at home, and both are down due to bad PSU bricks. Anyone know if breakout boards for HP1000W bricks will work on HP1200W bricks?  Huh  I asked the vendor but haven't heard back. Getting antsy. Hate losing revenue.

Mine on.

EDIT: Guess I'll just order the 1200W bricks and see if these breakouts fit when the psu's get here...I'll lose another couple of days if I have to order new ones (and they cost more than the brick).

To infinity and beyond...on two 741s and one of only 3...nope, make that 4...full nodes in Hawaii...on <30A. (I have other gear on the Hoth ice planet)
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