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August 25, 2017, 08:24:13 AM
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Block! by blockmines Smiley
Was only a 30 second network block so only ... 15.62BTC Cheesy

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August 25, 2017, 09:32:09 AM
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OMG! If you want a REALLY good reason to not mine on AntPoo?

So we got block 481954 at 08:22:34 UTC
It's just been confirmed an hour later with block 481955 by AntPoo

I was watching/waiting for the confirm very closely - I even switched up our main bitcoind block size to 998,888 while waiting for this block (it used to be 988,888)
The reason? By the time it was an hour waiting for a 481955, our work size was over 17.75BTC

OK all good, then what happened?
AntPoo gets block 481955, confirming our block 481954 ... but their block is ...... EMPTY!?!?! WTF?!?

Who the hell is the retard at AntPoo who runs the pool?
That's just unbelievable that they could do anything that stupid Smiley

So we're now awaiting whoever is gonna find 481956 - which would be good if it was us since our work is now ... 17.92BTC and still growing Smiley

Edit: At 09:35:46 still waiting, and now over 18BTC! Smiley

Edit2: ah well, someone else got 481956, and it was an 18.34 BTC block

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August 25, 2017, 09:51:47 AM
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OMG! If you want a REALLY good reason to not mine on AntPoo?

So we got block 481954 at 08:22:34 UTC
It's just been confirmed an hour later with block 481955 by AntPoo

I was watching/waiting for the confirm very closely - I even switched up our main bitcoind block size to 998,888 while waiting for this block (it used to be 988,888)
The reason? By the time it was an hour waiting for a 481955, our work size was over 17.75BTC

OK all good, then what happened?
AntPoo gets block 481955, confirming our block 481954 ... but their block is ...... EMPTY!?!?! WTF?!?

Who the hell is the retard at AntPoo who runs the pool?
That's just unbelievable that they could do anything that stupid Smiley

So we're now awaiting whoever is gonna find 481956 - which would be good if it was us since our work is now ... 17.92BTC and still growing Smiley

Edit: At 09:35:46 still waiting, and now over 18BTC! Smiley

Edit2: ah well, someone else got 481956, and it was an 18.34 BTC block

Also Block #481950 had 19minutes to be filled with transactions before being found by AntPool.  There have been several empty blocks this week which were mined by AntPool. Could it be that they are intentionally trying to backup the network to get people to use BCH?

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August 25, 2017, 09:59:38 AM
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This makes no sense. They are intentionally willing to give up on 2-3 or more btc of fees per block...
And making the whole BTC network process slower by not doing their job of verification of transactions...
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August 25, 2017, 11:10:35 AM
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Seems to be a problem at a large hosting site in Canada

Fibre is down for all of Labrador. Hence a bit of a droop in the hashrate all over I think Sad

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August 25, 2017, 11:13:44 AM
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This makes no sense. They are intentionally willing to give up on 2-3 or more btc of fees per block...
And making the whole BTC network process slower by not doing their job of verification of transactions...
No clue, but they seem to do empty blocks pretty frequently. Maybe they have a custom miner application that can run a higher hash rate or a farm that is able to beat other farms for blocks when the block has no transactions?
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August 25, 2017, 11:15:15 AM
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OMG! If you want a REALLY good reason to not mine on AntPoo?

So we got block 481954 at 08:22:34 UTC
It's just been confirmed an hour later with block 481955 by AntPoo

I was watching/waiting for the confirm very closely - I even switched up our main bitcoind block size to 998,888 while waiting for this block (it used to be 988,888)
The reason? By the time it was an hour waiting for a 481955, our work size was over 17.75BTC

OK all good, then what happened?
AntPoo gets block 481955, confirming our block 481954 ... but their block is ...... EMPTY!?!?! WTF?!?

Who the hell is the retard at AntPoo who runs the pool?
That's just unbelievable that they could do anything that stupid Smiley

So we're now awaiting whoever is gonna find 481956 - which would be good if it was us since our work is now ... 17.92BTC and still growing Smiley

Edit: At 09:35:46 still waiting, and now over 18BTC! Smiley

Edit2: ah well, someone else got 481956, and it was an 18.34 BTC block

Kano but if no one will mine on AntPoo then who will confirm the blocks for us??? Lol Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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August 25, 2017, 11:18:18 AM
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OMG! If you want a REALLY good reason to not mine on AntPoo?

So we got block 481954 at 08:22:34 UTC
It's just been confirmed an hour later with block 481955 by AntPoo

I was watching/waiting for the confirm very closely - I even switched up our main bitcoind block size to 998,888 while waiting for this block (it used to be 988,888)
The reason? By the time it was an hour waiting for a 481955, our work size was over 17.75BTC

OK all good, then what happened?
AntPoo gets block 481955, confirming our block 481954 ... but their block is ...... EMPTY!?!?! WTF?!?

Who the hell is the retard at AntPoo who runs the pool?
That's just unbelievable that they could do anything that stupid Smiley

So we're now awaiting whoever is gonna find 481956 - which would be good if it was us since our work is now ... 17.92BTC and still growing Smiley

Edit: At 09:35:46 still waiting, and now over 18BTC! Smiley

Edit2: ah well, someone else got 481956, and it was an 18.34 BTC block

Kano but if no one will mine on AntPoo then who will confirm the blocks for us??? Lol Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

We would, because they would all be here Cheesy

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August 25, 2017, 11:20:33 AM
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Would be awesome if we got like a 5 block Friday or Saturday so that our statistics even out before the end of the month and get us little closer to 100% luck!  Tongue.  Let's cross our fingers fellas!   Grin

Crypto Gods have heard my prayers!!!  Wink  Thanks for all of the crossed fingers guys!  Tongue
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August 25, 2017, 12:23:00 PM
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There is something going on in the world of btc  being done at big levels.

I see btc diff dropping more then 20%  

hashrate  is about 6,700,000,000  for the current diff of close to 886,000,000,000

I can do longer find current diff numbers live time

and current hash rate according to viabtc is at 4,700,000,000
Why are the live time diff trackers off line?




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August 25, 2017, 12:47:46 PM
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There is something going on in the world of btc  being done at big levels.

I see btc diff dropping more then 20%  

hashrate  is about 6,700,000,000  for the current diff of close to 886,000,000,000

I can do longer find current diff numbers live time

and current hash rate according to viabtc is at 4,700,000,000
Why are the live time diff trackers off line?

I would guess one of two things is happening:

1 - Some big pools are having problems with SegWit.
2 - Someone moved a whole lot of hashrate to BCC.

Right now, according to my calculations, next change will be 30% decrease on 9/12.  Of course it's far too early in the difficulty cycle to accurately predict this...

If it is #1, presumably they will fix their issue soon, or their miners will move elsewhere. 

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August 25, 2017, 12:51:36 PM
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There is something going on in the world of btc  being done at big levels.
I see btc diff dropping more then 20%  
hashrate  is about 6,700,000,000  for the current diff of close to 886,000,000,000
I can do longer find current diff numbers live time
and current hash rate according to viabtc is at 4,700,000,000
Why are the live time diff trackers off line?


My guess is people are switching to mine bitcoin cash due to low difficulty - read https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-cash-returns-profitability-amid-mining-adjustments/
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August 25, 2017, 12:57:32 PM
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Kano, any issues with setting our payout address to a SegWit address?
If you mean the buggy P2SH addresses that start with '3'?
They've been around for a long time and I paid one from the very first pool block Smiley
Yes the P2SH Addresses, I feel like it would be better when consolidating mining rewards. Could you elaborate more on your opinion of the P2SH address?
P2SH was, basically, core's change to Bitcoin that they showed how they really are NOT anyone's gift to coding.
They do that regularly with the getblocktemplate code, but no one (including core) really gives a crap about that anyway (yeah it keeps getting slower ...)

Original Bitcoin had another reasonably simple malleability 'issue' that's really a non-event, and was removed with a commit hiding in segwit.
P2SH and segwit, on the other hand, well that's a different story.
What's segwit? Segregated witness, or in simple terms, moving a bit of data, that's part of the transaction hash, to not being part of the transaction hash.
Why? Coz P2SH didn't get it right. The malleability in P2SH leads to clear 'issues' with some of the P2SH transaction types they designed ... badly.

The standard, non-segwit, transaction change for malleability, is really just a minor thing ... sorta like a side note, or an addendum, tacked on.
I can't even find it searching the recent docs of the releases - yeah it's in there somewhere in the tl;dr; sections Tongue

So core decided to pretend that segwit can only be done how they are doing it and with all the 'other' changes in there ... and the 4x cost for non 'P2SH segwit' transactions ... and throw in a magical 'soft' to the fork definition (that they came up with) even though anyone who doesn't upgrade is royally screwed, and wow lets screw things up even more.
There's been a lot of patches and changes to fix up all the problems that keep being found in P2SH, segwit being yet another of those, so thus my opinion of P2SH.

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August 25, 2017, 01:01:31 PM
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There is something going on in the world of btc  being done at big levels.
I see btc diff dropping more then 20%  
hashrate  is about 6,700,000,000  for the current diff of close to 886,000,000,000
I can do longer find current diff numbers live time
and current hash rate according to viabtc is at 4,700,000,000
Why are the live time diff trackers off line?


My guess is people are switching to mine bitcoin cash due to low difficulty - read https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-cash-returns-profitability-amid-mining-adjustments/
Well, the difficulty would have to be WAY lower and the price would have to not be dropping.

... you'd have to actually check the numbers, rather than believe anything written about it by who knows who, who happened to pick one specific point in time and pretend that the rest of eternity will be the same Tongue

It's like that dumb alt-coin hopping that looks at the price now and decides based on that ... lulz when the price drops badly after you stop mining but before you sell the shitcoins Smiley (that's expected to happen ...)

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August 25, 2017, 01:12:32 PM
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Good job guys! We are on our 3rd of BLOCK FRIDAY! Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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August 25, 2017, 01:20:16 PM
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Seems to be a problem at a large hosting site in Canada

Fibre is down for all of Labrador. Hence a bit of a droop in the hashrate all over I think Sad

Yup, its affected me...
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August 25, 2017, 01:25:58 PM
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Rather surprised the hosting site does not have a sat link as backup for just this thing...

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August 25, 2017, 01:34:23 PM
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Rather surprised the hosting site does not have a sat link as backup for just this thing...
That's why they have probably the best price around Smiley

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August 25, 2017, 02:01:00 PM
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Rather surprised the hosting site does not have a sat link as backup for just this thing...
That's why they have probably the best price around Smiley

My group use 2 ISPs in Labrador.

The smaller privately owned one... stays up because they have decent backup links.

However...

The so called larger commercial one ... until now is still down.

Note: the fiber links breakdown is at Quebec... looks like someone/something has "cut thru" the line.

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August 25, 2017, 02:07:30 PM
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Wow, as the old proverb goes, "may you live in interesting times."   Roll Eyes
Good to see you citronick, juvia just punched one out recently, with some other guy tho... two timer!!  Cheesy

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