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February 26, 2018, 12:27:46 PM
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Yay block!  Grin
Love it when I hear that notice of a block while I'm sipping my 1st cup o' Joe. Nice way to start the day  Grin
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February 26, 2018, 12:37:33 PM
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Thankyou canaan's block. Ive joined kano.is since 12 Feb 2018 with a few hours downtime miner off,  (i guess 5-8 hours down)

Here are payment list as my learning curve on 5ND improves  😀:
Block   Address   Status   BTC   
510992   1ADQke9imMbopFSAANZVirDx9yKeBpBvZZ       0.00324526   
510493   1ADQke9imMbopFSAANZVirDx9yKeBpBvZZ       0.00295760   
509209   1ADQke9imMbopFSAANZVirDx9yKeBpBvZZ       0.00100754   
509166   1ADQke9imMbopFSAANZVirDx9yKeBpBvZZ       0.00103328   

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February 26, 2018, 12:51:02 PM
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and BTClock

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February 26, 2018, 12:55:00 PM
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Just want to give a shout out to Canaan!!!  I think it's the actual company?  Either way Canaan has been with this pool since I've been here and a number of blocks have been cracked because of Canaan so thank you oh and I have a 721 in my arsenal and love it so yeay Canaan!

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February 26, 2018, 12:58:47 PM
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lets get 3 more to close out the month!
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February 26, 2018, 02:05:15 PM
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Block   Block UTC           Miner Reward   N Diff   N Range         Pool N Avg   Your %    Your N Diff Your N Avg    Your BTC
510992   26/Feb 11:52   12.42050601   15.044T   378hr 26m 45s   47.43PHs   0.14%   20.428G   64.40THs   0.01686496
510493   23/Feb 04:05   13.43314457   15.045T   370hr 20m 38s   48.47PHs   0.13%   19.450G   62.66THs   0.01736629

i wonder why i made less with more

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February 26, 2018, 02:23:16 PM
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Block   Block UTC           Miner Reward   N Diff   N Range         Pool N Avg   Your %    Your N Diff Your N Avg    Your BTC
510992   26/Feb 11:52   12.42050601   15.044T   378hr 26m 45s   47.43PHs   0.14%   20.428G   64.40THs   0.01686496
510493   23/Feb 04:05   13.43314457   15.045T   370hr 20m 38s   48.47PHs   0.13%   19.450G   62.66THs   0.01736629

i wonder why i made less with more

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Reward wasn't as high
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February 26, 2018, 02:24:39 PM
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Block   Block UTC           Miner Reward   N Diff   N Range         Pool N Avg   Your %    Your N Diff Your N Avg    Your BTC
510992   26/Feb 11:52   12.42050601   15.044T   378hr 26m 45s   47.43PHs   0.14%   20.428G   64.40THs   0.01686496
510493   23/Feb 04:05   13.43314457   15.045T   370hr 20m 38s   48.47PHs   0.13%   19.450G   62.66THs   0.01736629

i wonder why i made less with more

Mine On!!!!

Reward wasn't as high

Yep, block was smaller Grin

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February 26, 2018, 02:27:46 PM
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yes . i overlooked that small detail Tongue
thanks for pointing that out

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February 26, 2018, 02:29:17 PM
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Just want to give a shout out to Canaan!!!  I think it's the actual company?  Either way Canaan has been with this pool since I've been here and a number of blocks have been cracked because of Canaan so thank you oh and I have a 721 in my arsenal and love it so yeay Canaan!

Yep, it is the actual company...they use this pool to test and break in new Avalon equipment.  We're all glad they do. Smiley

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February 26, 2018, 03:15:17 PM
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Just want to give a shout out to Canaan!!!  I think it's the actual company?  Either way Canaan has been with this pool since I've been here and a number of blocks have been cracked because of Canaan so thank you oh and I have a 721 in my arsenal and love it so yeay Canaan!

Yep, it is the actual company...they use this pool to test and break in new Avalon equipment.  We're all glad they do. Smiley

dont like there prices they seem to cost more then s9 but give less :/.

could someone explain this consolidate thing? i get all payments sent to one wallet i guess it slowly piles up, what would be the purpose to paying a fee to send it all to another wallet ?

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February 26, 2018, 03:59:24 PM
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nother question Cheesy ? do we basically need to find a block every 2-3 days to keep up to the other pool payout rates ?

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February 26, 2018, 04:07:09 PM
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Consolidating: Each payout you receive does make a total in your wallet, however when you go to spend, transfer, sell, etc. Each transaction accessed cost extra transaction fees. To avoid higher fees later it is suggested to consolidate all your payouts into 1 coin if you will.
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February 26, 2018, 04:51:10 PM
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Consolidating: Each payout you receive does make a total in your wallet, however when you go to spend, transfer, sell, etc. Each transaction accessed cost extra transaction fees. To avoid higher fees later it is suggested to consolidate all your payouts into 1 coin if you will.

so in my wallet its not jst a ballance it more of a collection of ballances added together ? and how do we know when its good to consolidate ?

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February 26, 2018, 04:57:29 PM
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Consolidating: Each payout you receive does make a total in your wallet, however when you go to spend, transfer, sell, etc. Each transaction accessed cost extra transaction fees. To avoid higher fees later it is suggested to consolidate all your payouts into 1 coin if you will.

so in my wallet its not jst a ballance it more of a collection of ballances added together ? and how do we know when its good to consolidate ?

When mempool is near empty and fees are low, I've found the following site to be a reasonable guide:

https://bitcoinfees.earn.com/

Note fees are usually measured per byte since the transaction block size is limited - miners aim to maximize transaction fees earned per byte

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February 26, 2018, 05:07:39 PM
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so in my wallet its not just a balance it more of a collection of balances added together ? and how do we know when its good to consolidate ?
One way to look at it is like this:  If you want to buy a $1 burger from McBurger, each coin that you use contributes to the fee of the transaction.  So 100 pennies will have a 99x-higher transaction fee than would paying with a $10 bill and getting $9 back.  You'll still have to pay the $1 for the burger, you're just trying to diminish the fees associated with the transaction.

Consolidation is a way to convert all of those pennies into higher denominations so as to avoid future transaction fees comprising smaller amounts.
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February 26, 2018, 05:09:33 PM
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I'm open to some feedback on a fun little perk on doubling someone's hash, but unless it's for a 5nd period, it will never get the full benefits.
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If you mine for 10 hours at 4 TH/s you expect to get rewarded 10 hours at 4 TH/s
The 5Nd is only how the reward comes to you to reduce variance ...
which is from when you start until 5Nd after you stop i.e. start + 10hrs + 5Nd

I must have confused myself somewhere down the line just when I thought I understood it correctly. Can we expand on that example a little more? My brain catches on quicker with a detailed example.....

So, let's say someone has been mining for at least enough to have ramped up their 4 TH/s and was awarded another 4 TH/s as part of a giveaway and a block was found around 200 % difficulty from when the reward was added. To be clear, it only counts back shares equal to that 2Nd period since the last block, correct? Then the promotion expires and the extra hash starts to ramp down and another block isn't found until say another 300%. Those 2 blocks that total the 500% end up paying for the entire 4 TH/s that was added spread out over subsequent blocks up to 5Nd, no?

This is how I understand it and I'm confused why I worded it the way I did above. It was Friday and I had the weekend on my mind I guess.

I do have the correct understanding of how the 5Nd pays the shares though, right?

I don’t even wanna understand it. It’s just too much for my little brain. Mine on!!!

Yes you do!!  Grin Really, we all should understood it quite well. So, here's the deal......

I'm going to up the stakes and hold you accountable with a new promotion lol!!!  ***** 50 TH/s *****

I want to see how well the small miners understand this and can explain it on a level where YOU(and others, including myself) fully understand it. I want that light bulb to go off and have ZERO doubt about how we are getting paid for our shares and I will donate 50 TH/s for a period of 5 days to a lucky winner.

My rules:

1- You have to have been mining on Kano's Pool with a hash rate between 1 and 10 TH/s
2- You have to have been mining with this hash for at least the last 5 blocks (to be confirmed by Kano)
3- You have to submit your answer in response to this quote and give 2 working examples including the payouts calculated.
4- padrinogtr will have to be able to explain his new understanding with an example in response to the submitted answer and confirmed by KANO.

The 5 day 50 TH/s award will start as soon as I am able to see confirmation and have access to my controllers. I will of course need a worker name.
I understand this is dependent on some cooperation from others, but hey it's 50 TH/s on the line and I'm currently only running about 70 TH/s, so it's a big deal to me.

5 days - 50 TH/s .... don't let us down padrinogtr!!!!!!

*Of course, this is for fun and in the event of a hash rate failure, I will not be obligated to make it up as noted in prior promotions. I hope I'm not leaving out any details. I will stay active with the announcements as well as open to hearing some feedback or details that should be edited.

I really don't want to piss off the head honcho either, so if this is crossing any lines or boundaries, please let me know!

Thanks everyone and MINE ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

EDIT: I may have noticed my first mistake and I'm going to attempt to adjust this. Unless padrinogtr really needed this breakdown, I may tweak the rules to the best description from a miner who meets the first 3 rules, but who's answer reaches 10 votes for the best answer. What do you think?

***NOTE*** This competition is not yet valid until I get the "OK" from Kano and will get the details sorted out. SO SAVE YOUR ANSWERS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE PLEASE!!

i love games!!! lets play!!!!

BTCBTCBTCBTC Okay, this competition is officially underway. It may seem a little goofy, but I wanted to keep the morale up as the forum is much more inviting when it is so. I also feel it is good to have different ways to understand that we can always point back to for those who struggle.

Padrinogtr doesn't have the concept down enough to be able to explain it, so it's open for someone who can create a visual that connects the dots. Everyone has their own way of understanding it and Kano has broken it down with a visual, but it's still not quite registering and that's okay, we all have different learning methods. I'm hoping someone can get creative enough though. So, competition is on for 50 TH/s !!!!!!!!

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February 26, 2018, 05:17:50 PM
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I'm open to some feedback on a fun little perk on doubling someone's hash, but unless it's for a 5nd period, it will never get the full benefits.
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If you mine for 10 hours at 4 TH/s you expect to get rewarded 10 hours at 4 TH/s
The 5Nd is only how the reward comes to you to reduce variance ...
which is from when you start until 5Nd after you stop i.e. start + 10hrs + 5Nd

I must have confused myself somewhere down the line just when I thought I understood it correctly. Can we expand on that example a little more? My brain catches on quicker with a detailed example.....

So, let's say someone has been mining for at least enough to have ramped up their 4 TH/s and was awarded another 4 TH/s as part of a giveaway and a block was found around 200 % difficulty from when the reward was added. To be clear, it only counts back shares equal to that 2Nd period since the last block, correct? Then the promotion expires and the extra hash starts to ramp down and another block isn't found until say another 300%. Those 2 blocks that total the 500% end up paying for the entire 4 TH/s that was added spread out over subsequent blocks up to 5Nd, no?

This is how I understand it and I'm confused why I worded it the way I did above. It was Friday and I had the weekend on my mind I guess.

I do have the correct understanding of how the 5Nd pays the shares though, right?

I don’t even wanna understand it. It’s just too much for my little brain. Mine on!!!

Yes you do!!  Grin Really, we all should understood it quite well. So, here's the deal......

I'm going to up the stakes and hold you accountable with a new promotion lol!!!  ***** 50 TH/s *****

I want to see how well the small miners understand this and can explain it on a level where YOU(and others, including myself) fully understand it. I want that light bulb to go off and have ZERO doubt about how we are getting paid for our shares and I will donate 50 TH/s for a period of 5 days to a lucky winner.

My rules:

1- You have to have been mining on Kano's Pool with a hash rate between 1 and 10 TH/s
2- You have to have been mining with this hash for at least the last 5 blocks (to be confirmed by Kano)
3- You have to submit your answer in response to this quote and give 2 working examples including the payouts calculated.
4- padrinogtr will have to be able to explain his new understanding with an example in response to the submitted answer and confirmed by KANO.

The 5 day 50 TH/s award will start as soon as I am able to see confirmation and have access to my controllers. I will of course need a worker name.
I understand this is dependent on some cooperation from others, but hey it's 50 TH/s on the line and I'm currently only running about 70 TH/s, so it's a big deal to me.

5 days - 50 TH/s .... don't let us down padrinogtr!!!!!!

*Of course, this is for fun and in the event of a hash rate failure, I will not be obligated to make it up as noted in prior promotions. I hope I'm not leaving out any details. I will stay active with the announcements as well as open to hearing some feedback or details that should be edited.

I really don't want to piss off the head honcho either, so if this is crossing any lines or boundaries, please let me know!

Thanks everyone and MINE ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

EDIT: I may have noticed my first mistake and I'm going to attempt to adjust this. Unless padrinogtr really needed this breakdown, I may tweak the rules to the best description from a miner who meets the first 3 rules, but who's answer reaches 10 votes for the best answer. What do you think?

***NOTE*** This competition is not yet valid until I get the "OK" from Kano and will get the details sorted out. SO SAVE YOUR ANSWERS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE PLEASE!!

i love games!!! lets play!!!!

BTCBTCBTCBTC Okay, this competition is officially underway. It may seem a little goofy, but I wanted to keep the morale up as the forum is much more inviting when it is so. I also feel it is good to have different ways to understand that we can always point back to for those who struggle.

Padrinogtr doesn't have the concept down enough to be able to explain it, so it's open for someone who can create a visual that connects the dots. Everyone has their own way of understanding it and Kano has broken it down with a visual, but it's still not quite registering and that's okay, we all have different learning methods. I'm hoping someone can get creative enough though. So, competition is on for 50 TH/s !!!!!!!!

rofl i tried but graphic here are somewhat limited lol

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February 26, 2018, 05:35:06 PM
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Consolidating: Each payout you receive does make a total in your wallet, however when you go to spend, transfer, sell, etc. Each transaction accessed cost extra transaction fees. To avoid higher fees later it is suggested to consolidate all your payouts into 1 coin if you will.

so in my wallet its not jst a ballance it more of a collection of ballances added together ? and how do we know when its good to consolidate ?
You really never NEED to consolidate, but when the fees are huge like they were a couple months ago and you need to send BTC to someone, it is much better to have a smaller number of transactions that were done at times like these.

I consolidate my mining rewards to a different address in the same wallet and when I look at the blockchain, it seems to have the same effect. If someone knows that is wrong, please let me know!

Also, if you want to have an email sent to you when the blockchain is low, you can do that for free at minergain.com.  Create an account, click on monitor, then go to settings and setup the "Weekly BTC Mempool Alert" to the threshold you like.

When you are ready to consolidate, you can see the recommended fees at https://www.minergain.com/faq.html#consolidate.

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February 26, 2018, 05:46:16 PM
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Consolidating: Each payout you receive does make a total in your wallet, however when you go to spend, transfer, sell, etc. Each transaction accessed cost extra transaction fees. To avoid higher fees later it is suggested to consolidate all your payouts into 1 coin if you will.

so in my wallet its not jst a ballance it more of a collection of ballances added together ? and how do we know when its good to consolidate ?
You really never NEED to consolidate, but when the fees are huge like they were a couple months ago and you need to send BTC to someone, it is much better to have a smaller number of transactions that were done at times like these.

I consolidate my mining rewards to a different address in the same wallet and when I look at the blockchain, it seems to have the same effect. If someone knows that is wrong, please let me know!

Also, if you want to have an email sent to you when the blockchain is low, you can do that for free at minergain.com.  Create an account, click on monitor, then go to settings and setup the "Weekly BTC Mempool Alert" to the threshold you like.

When you are ready to consolidate, you can see the recommended fees at https://www.minergain.com/faq.html#consolidate.

I still don't completely understand ...  If I send all my BTC from my temporary/work wallet so my Nano S9 that would be a transaction and it would consolidate?

I really like having everything in one wallet...then periodically transfer to Nano S so that would do it? 




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