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Author Topic: [~200PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9% fee 6.3 BTC giveaway 🐈 US,UK,JP,NYA,DE,SG  (Read 5169445 times)
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December 07, 2017, 10:49:49 PM
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Noob question.

Will adding another s9 get to my 5nd faster?

Adding Hashrate to the pool helps everyone involved. The pool reaches difficulty faster which hypothetically means blocks are found faster. Variance (luck) does play a role. Adding hashrate is a win win for everybody. I am adding 4 S9's at 14 TH/s tomorrow. 5nd will happen for me, not worried about when, I just know that I have to pay a little in power and time up front to keep the pool fair. No pool hoppers here which means fair payouts for those who are committed to the pool. Right now at ~98% of difficulty if this was not a 5nd type pool, the pool would see a huge increase in Hashrate then as soon as the pool found a block, they would leave and go to another pool to try and get a payout there. Mine On, you are in the best pool that mines Bitcoin. Push the I believe button and keep adding hashrate!! Everybody wins with BTC @ $17,165, those are BIG wins and this pool consistently finds blocks. Have faith, with a little luck and some patience you can build yourself a very nice tidy sum mining here. 
 
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December 07, 2017, 11:03:50 PM
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Noob question.

Will adding another s9 get to my 5nd faster?

Adding Hashrate to the pool helps everyone involved. The pool reaches difficulty faster which hypothetically means blocks are found faster. Variance (luck) does play a role. Adding hashrate is a win win for everybody. I am adding 4 S9's at 14 TH/s tomorrow. 5nd will happen for me, not worried about when, I just know that I have to pay a little in power and time up front to keep the pool fair. No pool hoppers here which means fair payouts for those who are committed to the pool. Right now at ~98% of difficulty if this was not a 5nd type pool, the pool would see a huge increase in Hashrate then as soon as the pool found a block, they would leave and go to another pool to try and get a payout there. Mine On, you are in the best pool that mines Bitcoin. Push the I believe button and keep adding hashrate!! Everybody wins with BTC @ $17,165, those are BIG wins and this pool consistently finds blocks. Have faith, with a little luck and some patience you can build yourself a very nice tidy sum mining here. 
 
I just got another s9. So ill add another 14ths to the pool tomorrow. I only have 2 Sad but you got to start somewhere
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December 07, 2017, 11:09:18 PM
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Thanks guys, appreciate the info. and I do like the warranty!

Any specs released other then 20 TH/s

probably 3000 watts

Damn 3000w.... you just pulling my leg? Hey, is that Canaan testing their units in our pool? or just someone who named themselves that.... alot of TH/s

We need to start a betting pool on when the block hits...

Many of those are most certainly testing units...or units they have for their own purposes.  The hash rate goes up and down quite a bit.  


As for the 3000 watts, that may be a deal killer though.  Right now you can get 13.5 at 1200 or so from the s9's.  Something to keep an eye on.


My thoughts as well. 3000w is to is a bunch for 1 unit. Would have to reconfig electrical
That's pretty cool they test here

I'd much rather see a 16-17 TH device with similar or better specs than the s9...more efficient power!!!
I've deleted the '3000 watts' post - pity I wasn't on when he posted it ...

Now we have 6 posts about how '3000 watts' is too high ... well yeah it is too high but it's also not based on the actual hardware either.

I saw the A8 prototype in September ... Tongue

If anyone wants to make random guess posts without any facts, please do them elsewhere.

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December 07, 2017, 11:17:41 PM
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Can someone teach me the blockdance?  Grin

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December 07, 2017, 11:19:21 PM
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Thanks guys, appreciate the info. and I do like the warranty!

Any specs released other then 20 TH/s

probably 3000 watts

Damn 3000w.... you just pulling my leg? Hey, is that Canaan testing their units in our pool? or just someone who named themselves that.... alot of TH/s

We need to start a betting pool on when the block hits...

Many of those are most certainly testing units...or units they have for their own purposes.  The hash rate goes up and down quite a bit.  


As for the 3000 watts, that may be a deal killer though.  Right now you can get 13.5 at 1200 or so from the s9's.  Something to keep an eye on.


My thoughts as well. 3000w is to is a bunch for 1 unit. Would have to reconfig electrical
That's pretty cool they test here

I'd much rather see a 16-17 TH device with similar or better specs than the s9...more efficient power!!!
I've deleted the '3000 watts' post - pity I wasn't on when he posted it ...

Now we have 6 posts about how '3000 watts' is too high ... well yeah it is too high but it's also not based on the actual hardware either.

I saw the A8 prototype in September ... Tongue

If anyone wants to make random guess posts without any facts, please do them elsewhere.

3k was a guess, and it won't be far off.
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December 07, 2017, 11:21:05 PM
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I've deleted the '3000 watts' post - pity I wasn't on when he posted it ...

Now we have 6 posts about how '3000 watts' is too high ... well yeah it is too high but it's also not based on the actual hardware either.

I saw the A8 prototype in September ... Tongue

If anyone wants to make random guess posts without any facts, please do them elsewhere.

3k was a guess, and it won't be far off.
Yes it is far off.

All you did was multiply the A7 by 3 - which is wrong.

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December 07, 2017, 11:47:42 PM
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Can someone teach me the blockdance?  Grin

I need to learn as well.

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December 07, 2017, 11:54:55 PM
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Can someone teach me the blockdance?  Grin

I need to learn as well.

Sure...


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December 08, 2017, 01:36:04 AM
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Thanks guys, appreciate the info. and I do like the warranty!

Any specs released other then 20 TH/s

probably 3000 watts

Damn 3000w.... you just pulling my leg? Hey, is that Canaan testing their units in our pool? or just someone who named themselves that.... alot of TH/s

We need to start a betting pool on when the block hits...

Many of those are most certainly testing units...or units they have for their own purposes.  The hash rate goes up and down quite a bit.  


As for the 3000 watts, that may be a deal killer though.  Right now you can get 13.5 at 1200 or so from the s9's.  Something to keep an eye on.


My thoughts as well. 3000w is to is a bunch for 1 unit. Would have to reconfig electrical
That's pretty cool they test here

I'd much rather see a 16-17 TH device with similar or better specs than the s9...more efficient power!!!
I've deleted the '3000 watts' post - pity I wasn't on when he posted it ...

Now we have 6 posts about how '3000 watts' is too high ... well yeah it is too high but it's also not based on the actual hardware either.

I saw the A8 prototype in September ... Tongue

If anyone wants to make random guess posts without any facts, please do them elsewhere.

I was making a guess. Did you see the power source on that prototype?
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December 08, 2017, 01:39:56 AM
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December 08, 2017, 03:24:26 AM
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Noob question.

Will adding another s9 get to my 5nd faster?

It will for your miners that are already mining, however the new s9 will have to go the entire 5nd to get up to speed.



Thanks. So the miner i have now it will shorten the time but the new miner will have to go the full distance? Or once the old miner gets to 5nd it wil help the new miner?

The new miner will shorten the old miner's 5nd (because the total overall is higher now that you added more TH), but the new miner still has to go all the way. 
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December 08, 2017, 03:26:32 AM
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I've deleted the '3000 watts' post - pity I wasn't on when he posted it ...

Now we have 6 posts about how '3000 watts' is too high ... well yeah it is too high but it's also not based on the actual hardware either.

I saw the A8 prototype in September ... Tongue

If anyone wants to make random guess posts without any facts, please do them elsewhere.

3k was a guess, and it won't be far off.
Yes it is far off.

All you did was multiply the A7 by 3 - which is wrong.

Well if it's far off, then I'm all in on those.  Would love to get three of those to go with my three s9's. 
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December 08, 2017, 03:34:13 AM
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Welcome lightsword and his epic amount of hash.   
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December 08, 2017, 04:12:24 AM
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I've deleted the '3000 watts' post - pity I wasn't on when he posted it ...

Now we have 6 posts about how '3000 watts' is too high ... well yeah it is too high but it's also not based on the actual hardware either.

I saw the A8 prototype in September ... Tongue

If anyone wants to make random guess posts without any facts, please do them elsewhere.

3k was a guess, and it won't be far off.
Yes it is far off.

All you did was multiply the A7 by 3 - which is wrong.

sweet, then everyone will be pleasantly surprised!
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December 08, 2017, 05:11:05 AM
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Yes welcome Lightsword indeed!!!!  I did the hash power dance for the hash gods and thence there to be hashes!!!!!  it's pretty much the exact amount of power I wanted to gain back into the pool which is def kinda weird, these dances work.  Oh, and just got in my new power cables and breakout board so I can power my E9+ back up.  Another 9 Th's to the community.  Today was a good day.  Does anyone know if the miner alias on here called Canaan is Canaan like the company and this I where they do their mining?

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December 08, 2017, 05:54:41 AM
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Yes welcome Lightsword indeed!!!!  I did the hash power dance for the hash gods and thence there to be hashes!!!!!  it's pretty much the exact amount of power I wanted to gain back into the pool which is def kinda weird, these dances work.  Oh, and just got in my new power cables and breakout board so I can power my E9+ back up.  Another 9 Th's to the community.  Today was a good day.  Does anyone know if the miner alias on here called Canaan is Canaan like the company and this I where they do their mining?

Yeah, seems like it. Their miners come preconfigured w/ kanopool and their 'canaan' username Tongue
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December 08, 2017, 06:15:05 AM
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oh neat def didn't know that

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December 08, 2017, 06:28:44 AM
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On the Kano Pool Website I show the pool working on 498188 at 29 minutes. That block was found by BTCC a few minutes ago and already has a confirmation. It is NOT my connection to the Internet. Kano can you please look into this?
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December 08, 2017, 06:51:46 AM
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@ Kano

I stumbled across this post about the Russian Canaan distributor already advertising the sale of the A8. Seems like a typo to me, but seeing as you saw the prototype do you have any thoughts; if you can elaborate.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2445506.100

The picture is clearly the 741, and the power consumption are identical to the 741.

Also side note, I did have to leave the pool unfortunately I needed a steadier payout, but was grateful for the the 5ND, even though it was going to be a long ramp up for me to reach the full level, when you guys hit a few blocks I got a nice payout at around the 4TH level. Super grateful for the pool, and if I can get to a point where I can wait it out I will come back.

Also Please feel free to keep my dust payments, they aren't much but consider them a donation. I feel it only makes sense considering I got paid after leaving the pool, thanks to your 5ND set up.

Congrats on attracting more hashrate.

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Did the block dance work?
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