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March 01, 2018, 04:58:18 PM
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woot woot - the minergain alert for low mempool worked (at 18.9 Mb so quite low).  So if anyone still has not consolidated 10 or more of your mining rewards, now is a great time to do it. And if you want your own alerts, you can get them with the free minergain account and set it up in the preferences / settings area.

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March 01, 2018, 05:08:29 PM
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My question is, is it possible to have Kano pool configured to make my payouts to 2 wallets? 
One wallet only.   You could just split it after the payout.   There's some small fees in there but it's probably the easiest way to go about that.
Actually, Kano does support split payouts (although he's stated this as a feature extended to the larger miners).
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March 01, 2018, 05:13:56 PM
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*Lightbulb* Or is the equation something like Shares*Avg Share=Reward?


Yup, shares times diff per share is your total to the pool.

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March 01, 2018, 05:23:00 PM
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My question is, is it possible to have Kano pool configured to make my payouts to 2 wallets?
One wallet only.   You could just split it after the payout.   There's some small fees in there but it's probably the easiest way to go about that.
Actually, Kano does support split payouts (although he's stated this as a feature extended to the larger miners).

i would imagine this would have to be done behind the sceans by kano himself. would be easier jst to make 2 account and split the hash u point to each. also since consolidating all payments into one is the "in" thing, u could jst have one wallet and split the total when u consolidate

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March 01, 2018, 06:04:28 PM
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My question is, is it possible to have Kano pool configured to make my payouts to 2 wallets?
One wallet only.   You could just split it after the payout.   There's some small fees in there but it's probably the easiest way to go about that.
Actually, Kano does support split payouts (although he's stated this as a feature extended to the larger miners).

i would imagine this would have to be done behind the sceans by kano himself. would be easier jst to make 2 account and split the hash u point to each. also since consolidating all payments into one is the "in" thing, u could jst have one wallet and split the total when u consolidate

Yep, that's the best route.  One wallet and then split it from there.
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March 01, 2018, 06:14:19 PM
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You, Kano and everybody else are absolutely right. I will drop this for now, sit down with a bowl of popcorn and watch the rewards ramp up.  Cool

If you get bored watching, you can do what I do and look for more hardware to point this way.   Grin

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Will do, but first I need this one to pay for the next on, this one and the next one to pay for the third one etc. It was hard enough to get my wife convinced that I need to buy the first one from our household savings.  Roll Eyes


One more question regarding the minimum difficulty setting. Just noticed that my invalids-% now is at 10.511 when i look in Workers>Workers. Not sure when it has rise, but last time i took notice it was around 0.3 %. Can my so called test with minimum difficulty set at 9000 have caused this?
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You, Kano and everybody else are absolutely right. I will drop this for now, sit down with a bowl of popcorn and watch the rewards ramp up.  Cool

If you get bored watching, you can do what I do and look for more hardware to point this way.   Grin

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Will do, but first I need this one to pay for the next on, this one and the next one to pay for the third one etc. It was hard enough to get my wife convinced that I need to buy the first one from our household savings.  Roll Eyes


One more question regarding the minimum difficulty setting. Just noticed that my invalids-% now is at 10.511 when i look in Workers>Workers. Not sure when it has rise, but last time i took notice it was around 0.3 %. Can my so called test with minimum difficulty set at 9000 have caused this?

Yes, put it back to 0. 
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March 01, 2018, 06:28:14 PM
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You, Kano and everybody else are absolutely right. I will drop this for now, sit down with a bowl of popcorn and watch the rewards ramp up.  Cool

If you get bored watching, you can do what I do and look for more hardware to point this way.   Grin

MINE ON!!!


Will do, but first I need this one to pay for the next on, this one and the next one to pay for the third one etc. It was hard enough to get my wife convinced that I need to buy the first one from our household savings.  Roll Eyes


One more question regarding the minimum difficulty setting. Just noticed that my invalids-% now is at 10.511 when i look in Workers>Workers. Not sure when it has rise, but last time i took notice it was around 0.3 %. Can my so called test with minimum difficulty set at 9000 have caused this?


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March 01, 2018, 06:29:49 PM
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Looks like once again gonna be a Friday block day, let's get two Friday...
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March 01, 2018, 06:38:36 PM
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<snip>

*Lightbulb* Or is the equation something like Shares*Avg Share=Reward?


Yup, shares times diff per share is your total to the pool.

So "diff per share" = "Avg Share", right?

My last two shifts looked like this:
Shift                   Start UTC           Length   Your Diff   Inv Diff   Avg Hs   Shares   Avg Share   Rewards   Rewarded*   PPS%
9ugc4 origami   Mar‑01 17:12:18   50m 33s   10.216M   0           14.47THs   851           12,005.00   0   0   0.00%
9ug67 nodoka   Mar‑01 16:22:38   49m 40s   8.992M   24.010k   12.96THs   749           12,005.00   0   0   0.00%

So my contribution to the pool from these two would be 851*12,005.00+749*12,005.00 or should also "Your Diff" and/or "Inv Diff" somehow be added to the equation?
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March 01, 2018, 06:43:53 PM
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how do i know when i get ramped up ?

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You, Kano and everybody else are absolutely right. I will drop this for now, sit down with a bowl of popcorn and watch the rewards ramp up.  Cool

If you get bored watching, you can do what I do and look for more hardware to point this way.   Grin

MINE ON!!!


Will do, but first I need this one to pay for the next on, this one and the next one to pay for the third one etc. It was hard enough to get my wife convinced that I need to buy the first one from our household savings.  Roll Eyes


One more question regarding the minimum difficulty setting. Just noticed that my invalids-% now is at 10.511 when i look in Workers>Workers. Not sure when it has rise, but last time i took notice it was around 0.3 %. Can my so called test with minimum difficulty set at 9000 have caused this?


sell the wife Cheesy

I'll tell her I got the idea from here.  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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March 01, 2018, 06:54:11 PM
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You, Kano and everybody else are absolutely right. I will drop this for now, sit down with a bowl of popcorn and watch the rewards ramp up.  Cool

If you get bored watching, you can do what I do and look for more hardware to point this way.   Grin

MINE ON!!!


Will do, but first I need this one to pay for the next on, this one and the next one to pay for the third one etc. It was hard enough to get my wife convinced that I need to buy the first one from our household savings.  Roll Eyes


One more question regarding the minimum difficulty setting. Just noticed that my invalids-% now is at 10.511 when i look in Workers>Workers. Not sure when it has rise, but last time i took notice it was around 0.3 %. Can my so called test with minimum difficulty set at 9000 have caused this?

Yes, put it back to 0. 

Thanks.

I set it back to "0" as soon as I got access again to kano.is. I think it affected two or three shifts, but now it should be back to normal even though the invalids still are high. I guess the invalids are somehow counted as an average which means it will take some time until it shows normal.
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March 01, 2018, 07:17:26 PM
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how do i know when i get ramped up ?

when did you start with your current hash rate at kano?  current ramp is:    The pool hash rate for the last day is roughly 48.22PHs which means the 5Nd 'ramp' is roughly 15days 12hrs.
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how do i know when i get ramped up ?

when did you start with your current hash rate at kano?  current ramp is:    The pool hash rate for the last day is roughly 48.22PHs which means the 5Nd 'ramp' is roughly 15days 12hrs.

i think i started a couple days b4 last block thx fer info

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March 01, 2018, 08:13:56 PM
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how do i know when i get ramped up ?

You'll feel it deep in your bones.

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March 01, 2018, 08:15:10 PM
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how do i know when i get ramped up ?

when did you start with your current hash rate at kano?  current ramp is:    The pool hash rate for the last day is roughly 48.22PHs which means the 5Nd 'ramp' is roughly 15days 12hrs.

i think i started a couple days b4 last block thx fer info

Check your shift graph. It's within the drop down menu on the workers tab. On the right side is a little set of numbers in blue, I think when
you are fully ramped, the number should be close to your actual th/s. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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March 01, 2018, 08:34:16 PM
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how do i know when i get ramped up ?

when did you start with your current hash rate at kano?  current ramp is:    The pool hash rate for the last day is roughly 48.22PHs which means the 5Nd 'ramp' is roughly 15days 12hrs.

i think i started a couple days b4 last block thx fer info

Check your shift graph. It's within the drop down menu on the workers tab. On the right side is a little set of numbers in blue, I think when
you are fully ramped, the number should be close to your actual th/s. Correct me if I'm wrong.

Actually that number and the red line represents the average hash across the entire chart which is about 23 days.  He will be ramped up before that number matches his actual hash rate whis is taking about 15 days at the current pool hash rate. Grin

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March 01, 2018, 09:48:45 PM
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Hi, New here.   I have 5 S9 miners running on slushpool.  I would like to bring 1 over to Kano to try it out and compare results.  Eventually bringing all 5 machines to Kano.      My question is, is it possible to have Kano pool configured to make my payouts to 2 wallets?   It's a joint venture between me and a friend, we would like to avoid having to send each other the funds and pay transaction fee. It would be much simpler to have the pool itself just split my payout to both of our wallets.  Anyone can help?   Sorry if this is a newb question.

Once you get large enough I can set your account to allow more than one payout address.
Then you can also set the payout ratio on each address.

Obviously if your payouts are small there's no point doing that - but if you build up enough hash rate I can allow more than one payout address - well as many as you like - but I will limit it based on your hash rate.

However, you're best to wait until I finish the new payout changes.
They are getting close to being done, all the interruptions are out of the way Smiley

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March 01, 2018, 09:54:53 PM
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how do i know when i get ramped up ?

when did you start with your current hash rate at kano?  current ramp is:    The pool hash rate for the last day is roughly 48.22PHs which means the 5Nd 'ramp' is roughly 15days 12hrs.

i think i started a couple days b4 last block thx fer info
That 'current 5Nd' is on the Help->Payouts page.

The Pool->Graph also helps to see how the pool hash rate has changed over the last week or two.

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