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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 5158943 times)
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August 17, 2017, 05:28:05 PM
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wow, currently 7 blocks behind expected for the month. I sure hope this luck turns around soon.....
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August 17, 2017, 05:49:04 PM
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Bah, we were 7 blocks ahead in June, and a whopping 20 ahead in April...  Just the expected rollercoaster ride, enjoy it and mine on!  Cool

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August 17, 2017, 06:18:01 PM
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Just got notification that my two new avalon miners should arrive Monday. But my hosting place just informed me that they are full. Does anyone know of any reliable hosting with available space, preferably here in the US. PM me so as to not tie up the thread.
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August 17, 2017, 06:41:49 PM
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Just got notification that my two new avalon miners should arrive Monday. But my hosting place just informed me that they are full. Does anyone know of any reliable hosting with available space, preferably here in the US. PM me so as to not tie up the thread.

I asked the same question a couple weeks ago and didn't get any responses.
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August 17, 2017, 07:46:58 PM
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Just got notification that my two new avalon miners should arrive Monday. But my hosting place just informed me that they are full. Does anyone know of any reliable hosting with available space, preferably here in the US. PM me so as to not tie up the thread.

https://www.advania.com/datacenter/

Not in the US. Iceland must have nice cooling ...

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August 17, 2017, 08:35:22 PM
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What is name removed? related to Kano? Or just namelike?

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Um ... it's another pool.
Not sure why we are even discussing it.

By the way, I've never understood why every in the USA calls my name and pool "KayNo" - it's not Tongue
It's Ka like "Car" without the "r"
There is no way to say "Kay" in Japanese, the sound doesn't exist.

The rule in English is to make a vowel sound hard if the vowel is followed by another vowel separated by only one consonant.

My name, David, is pronounced with a hard a as in Day. If I wanted it pronounced with a soft a I would need to spell it Davvid.

To get your name correctly pronounced in English you would need to spell it Kanno. Or tell people what you prefer, Smiley .

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August 17, 2017, 09:12:43 PM
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did they change the payout schedule? the last block I didn't get paid out after it matured.

also what happens to dust payments?
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August 17, 2017, 09:14:58 PM
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did they change the payout schedule? the last block I didn't get paid out after it matured.

also what happens to dust payments?

When are payments sent out?

The block 'Status' must first reach '+101 Confirms' on the Blocks page, and then is flagged as 'Matured', before the reward is distributed.
The block reward transaction is created manually before the block matures, and sent out automatically a minute after the block matures.

The payout uses a zero fee transaction, so we will confirm it with the next block we find after the transaction is sent out.
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August 17, 2017, 09:35:09 PM
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did they change the payout schedule? the last block I didn't get paid out after it matured.

also what happens to dust payments?

When are payments sent out?

The block 'Status' must first reach '+101 Confirms' on the Blocks page, and then is flagged as 'Matured', before the reward is distributed.
The block reward transaction is created manually before the block matures, and sent out automatically a minute after the block matures.

The payout uses a zero fee transaction, so we will confirm it with the next block we find after the transaction is sent out.
did they change the payout schedule? the last block I didn't get paid out after it matured.

also what happens to dust payments?

When are payments sent out?

The block 'Status' must first reach '+101 Confirms' on the Blocks page, and then is flagged as 'Matured', before the reward is distributed.
The block reward transaction is created manually before the block matures, and sent out automatically a minute after the block matures.

The payout uses a zero fee transaction, so we will confirm it with the next block we find after the transaction is sent out.

bases on what you posted i should had been paid out already?
the blocked matured two blocks ago so I'm wondering what happened. it was just the last block we mined and the wording states the transaction is created the block before the block matures. and it says it is sent out a minute after the block matures.

but then it says it uses a zero trans fee which means I should had received the confirmation it is on its way but confirm the funds are in my wallet once they confirm my payment correct? or does the zero trans fee method mean I must wait for the next block before I see the payout in my wallet? previously I suppose since we had blocks mined more frequently I didn't notice the delays
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August 17, 2017, 09:48:21 PM
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What is name removed? related to Kano? Or just namelike?

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Um ... it's another pool.
Not sure why we are even discussing it.

By the way, I've never understood why every in the USA calls my name and pool "KayNo" - it's not Tongue
It's Ka like "Car" without the "r"
There is no way to say "Kay" in Japanese, the sound doesn't exist.

The rule in English is to make a vowel sound hard if the vowel is followed by another vowel separated by only one consonant.

My name, David, is pronounced with a hard a as in Day. If I wanted it pronounced with a soft a I would need to spell it Davvid.

To get your name correctly pronounced in English you would need to spell it Kanno. Or tell people what you prefer, Smiley .

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So I'm gonna be in Akihabara for a couple of days on my way to the summit in Beijing in September ...
I wonder how you'd pronounce that Cheesy

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August 17, 2017, 09:55:01 PM
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did they change the payout schedule? the last block I didn't get paid out after it matured.

also what happens to dust payments?

When are payments sent out?

The block 'Status' must first reach '+101 Confirms' on the Blocks page, and then is flagged as 'Matured', before the reward is distributed.
The block reward transaction is created manually before the block matures, and sent out automatically a minute after the block matures.

The payout uses a zero fee transaction, so we will confirm it with the next block we find after the transaction is sent out.
did they change the payout schedule? the last block I didn't get paid out after it matured.

also what happens to dust payments?

When are payments sent out?

The block 'Status' must first reach '+101 Confirms' on the Blocks page, and then is flagged as 'Matured', before the reward is distributed.
The block reward transaction is created manually before the block matures, and sent out automatically a minute after the block matures.

The payout uses a zero fee transaction, so we will confirm it with the next block we find after the transaction is sent out.

bases on what you posted i should had been paid out already?
the blocked matured two blocks ago so I'm wondering what happened. it was just the last block we mined and the wording states the transaction is created the block before the block matures. and it says it is sent out a minute after the block matures.
I "create" the transactions (manually) before they mature, I don't "send" them until they can be sent.
It was "sent" out when it should have been (I just queue them in a process to send them as stated)
Sent out != confirmed.

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but then it says it uses a zero trans fee which means I should had received the confirmation it is on its way but confirm the funds are in my wallet once they confirm my payment correct? or does the zero trans fee method mean I must wait for the next block before I see the payout in my wallet? previously I suppose since we had blocks mined more frequently I didn't notice the delays
Zero fee means as it says "so we will confirm it with the next block we find after the transaction is sent out."
Yep they need to be confirmed - so if I send it with no fee (that last one I created with no fee since, there's no point at the moment adding a tiny fee) then you probably wont even see it when I send it out.
But again, until it's confirmed the first time, you may not ever see it.

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August 17, 2017, 11:12:00 PM
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Block by AntLeon with 78.12TH/s!  Welcome to the Acclaim Board with your 1st Kano block!

This is our 2nd of BLOCK THURSDAY! Cheesy Cheesy

I proudly mine at the KanoPool, the Best Bitcoin Pool in the World!
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August 17, 2017, 11:26:05 PM
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Hi all.

I need some help with this transaction: d388e88859010909f84aafe41a931d88fb738732818b21c58137f7f60369e84a

Thus transaction have been stuck on limbo, and don't get confirmed after 3 days ago...

Something to do with this case?

EDIT: I'm running an full node on bitcoin-core 0.14.2.

Use this bro and it'll get confirmed fast! Smiley

https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/
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August 17, 2017, 11:27:06 PM
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Block by AntLeon with 78.12TH/s!  Welcome to the Acclaim Board with your 1st Kano block!

This is our 2nd of BLOCK THURSDAY! Cheesy Cheesy

Niceeee!  Were getting back in shape!  Slowly but surly!  Wink
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August 18, 2017, 01:01:18 AM
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Block by AntLeon with 78.12TH/s!  Welcome to the Acclaim Board with your 1st Kano block!

This is our 2nd of BLOCK THURSDAY! Cheesy Cheesy

Niceeee!  Were getting back in shape!  Slowly but surly!  Wink
Yup, surly AND surely!!   Cheesy

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August 18, 2017, 01:28:04 AM
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Hi all.

I need some help with this transaction: d388e88859010909f84aafe41a931d88fb738732818b21c58137f7f60369e84a

Thus transaction have been stuck on limbo, and don't get confirmed after 3 days ago...

Something to do with this case?

EDIT: I'm running an full node on bitcoin-core 0.14.2.

Use this bro and it'll get confirmed fast! Smiley

https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/

That's worked mah man, next time I'll pay attention on transactions fees value.
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August 18, 2017, 02:04:50 AM
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So I'm gonna be in Akihabara for a couple of days on my way to the summit in Beijing in September ...
I wonder how you'd pronounce that Cheesy

just don't ask anyone to pronounce McDonald's the japanese way
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August 18, 2017, 02:52:57 AM
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Just got notification that my two new avalon miners should arrive Monday. But my hosting place just informed me that they are full. Does anyone know of any reliable hosting with available space, preferably here in the US. PM me so as to not tie up the thread.

Did you have to pay in BTC?
i got my first miner few weeks back and paid by wire transfer but now they want btc payments only...
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August 18, 2017, 02:57:09 AM
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Bah, we were 7 blocks ahead in June, and a whopping 20 ahead in April...  Just the expected rollercoaster ride, enjoy it and mine on!  Cool

And we are 24 blocks ahead since March 2016 when Kano started posting the monthly stats...even with that dreaded December 2016 with -17 blocks!  It's all good! Cheesy

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August 18, 2017, 03:16:50 AM
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Bah, we were 7 blocks ahead in June, and a whopping 20 ahead in April...  Just the expected rollercoaster ride, enjoy it and mine on!  Cool

And we are 24 blocks ahead since March 2016 when Kano started posting the monthly stats...even with that dreaded December 2016 with -17 blocks!  It's all good! Cheesy
OK switched it to show 12 months now Smiley

Edit: 12 months, we are 1.5 blocks behind expected (703.49), and that of course includes the December of Death and this last week Tongue

Edit2: also note of course, the expected 703.49 doesn't allow for any orphans. So in reality we are still ahead over the last 12 months since there's also a number of expected orphans to reduce that 703.49 count.

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