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March 08, 2018, 11:01:32 PM
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Kano- do you think you'd make the stratum changes on this pool to support the new overt ASICBOOST?
Not before getting access to one.
I'm not stupid enough to assume any code is just going to work when created by a certain person who loses blocks on his pools and calls that 'misfortune'
Testing properly is a way to avoid that Tongue
But hackers usually have no idea about such things.
Experience tells you otherwise.

So if they don't actually exist ... then no they wont be supported Cheesy

I ordered one - so if I get it, I'd be open to sending it to you to test / integrate (and trust you'd send it back Smiley )
No need to send it to me - just to point it somewhere and let me test it properly and see what happens.

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March 08, 2018, 11:05:18 PM
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Our favorite reviewer philipma1957 is supposed to be getting one in April(ish) and could probably do remote access to it for ya to poke around and play with... Considering he favors the smaller pools should be right up his alley.

You probably have already read my feelings about Halong's corporate attitude so I could really care less about getting a miner from them but - as someone else has said, now that the AB patent is open to all it should be a safe bet that the other makers such as Canaan et al will at some point include AB in their chips.

If Canaan, eBang, Bitfury and push comes to shove, Bitmain, decide to join the AB club then I'll care if our pool supports it. Until then, meh.

edit: And in the time it took to post this I see wavelengthsf has chosen to be a guinea pig by ordering one and made the offer!
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March 08, 2018, 11:18:30 PM
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I keep seeing signs of good luck (even though I'm not superstitious), so I'm thinking that today would be a good day to start ...

BTClock Friday.
Anybody with me?
MINE ON!!!
Nope, I'm still on block Thursday.  Smiley  BTCBTCBTC

MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!!!

Almost Friday UTC ...

The dice rolls show it will happen today Smiley

BTClock dance Friday!

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March 08, 2018, 11:38:58 PM
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Let the Dice Rolling, Coin Flipping, Anime Goddess Worshiping, Chicken Eating, Boogie Nights Dancing Luck Deity Bless the Kano Pool Faithful with the refreshing rain of a Block Friday Party!! Mine On With KANO-SAN, the Best Bitcoin Mining Pool on Earth. Lets do this!!
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March 08, 2018, 11:51:17 PM
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Anyway, how exactly does everyone who's in a similar situation here transfer (sweep or import?) their mining payouts from cold storage to warm/hot wallets where they can spend the Bitcoins they've earned?

I have looked back through some conversations here and there; however, I'd like to know how you guys recommend doing this in a secure, repeatable manner. Thanks in advance.
I used to go the same route you go, but I've switched to using a hardware wallet. Makes these things much easier. I highly recommend one.
Same here, I use a non-USA based wallet to collect my payouts and consolidate to my hardware wallet around once a month.
So, just to understand a little more about the process before I go out and buy a hardware wallet, could I keep mining to my original paper wallet and import(?) it into the hardware wallet; use the hardware wallet to consolidate the payouts into another address on the hardware wallet; spend a portion of the BTC from the consolidated address; and finally repeat the process later--after more BTC accumulation--by re-consolidating everything into the change-containing address?  Huh

Is that how that all would work, or should I go do a bunch more research?  Cry

Thanks for everyone's patience reading (and hopefully replying to) this painful-to-understand post.

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March 09, 2018, 01:12:28 AM
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Hey everyone!!!  First, hope you all are having good days and easy mining!!  I'm trying to expand my mining capabilities.  I have about 3000-3500 watts running for my 2 miners, possibly a tad less than that.  This is a constant state obviously.  I want to add more but the fuse box my house has is kind of a mess, and the wiring in this house is from 1988 so I have to be somewhat particular about how to mine in my house.  I was either thinking about rewiring certain things in my house to other circuit breakers in the breaker/fuse box and adding higher amp fuses to the box as well as to the main supply on the side of my house.  The main supply is not so much the issue though, we had that upgraded years ago for new A/C units and just to have our house safer we added a whole house surge protector.  The other thing I was thinking was going wherever, getting a secondary/auxiliary fuse box and either running lines from the regular fuse box to the Aux. one or running lines directly from the houses main feed to the auxiliary one.  I'm basically just looking for any advice, seeing if anyone else has done some of this (I also want to add more wall plugs that are directly from the new box), getting some idea of how much a mission like this would cost and if anyone has any suggestions on equipment that I should get for the job aka which aux fuse boxes are good, how high in amperage should I go with my houses main breaker on the side of my house and maybe what ways are better than or worse to wire the aux fuse box also things that I should avoid doing.  For anyone who wants to give some advice I'll love you forever.  I want to contribute to the mining process more and make mo' mowneeeeeeeees!

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March 09, 2018, 01:32:05 AM
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@Toll-booth-jimbo

A sub panel will probably be your best, cheapest bet. You can price everything you'll need online. However, I seriously recommend contacting a certified electrician, for the hook up. I don't know what code requirements you fall under, so that's the best I can suggest.
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March 09, 2018, 01:35:17 AM
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Hey everyone!!!  First, hope you all are having good days and easy mining!!  I'm trying to expand my mining capabilities.  I have about 3000-3500 watts running for my 2 miners, possibly a tad less than that.  This is a constant state obviously.  I want to add more but the fuse box my house has is kind of a mess, and the wiring in this house is from 1988 so I have to be somewhat particular about how to mine in my house.  I was either thinking about rewiring certain things in my house to other circuit breakers in the breaker/fuse box and adding higher amp fuses to the box as well as to the main supply on the side of my house.  The main supply is not so much the issue though, we had that upgraded years ago for new A/C units and just to have our house safer we added a whole house surge protector.  The other thing I was thinking was going wherever, getting a secondary/auxiliary fuse box and either running lines from the regular fuse box to the Aux. one or running lines directly from the houses main feed to the auxiliary one.  I'm basically just looking for any advice, seeing if anyone else has done some of this (I also want to add more wall plugs that are directly from the new box), getting some idea of how much a mission like this would cost and if anyone has any suggestions on equipment that I should get for the job aka which aux fuse boxes are good, how high in amperage should I go with my houses main breaker on the side of my house and maybe what ways are better than or worse to wire the aux fuse box also things that I should avoid doing.  For anyone who wants to give some advice I'll love you forever.  I want to contribute to the mining process more and make mo' mowneeeeeeeees!

really depends on yer long term plans but make sure u have a licenced electrision do the work. use wrong wiring or breakers and itll burn the house down. personally i say find an apartment building that includes hydro and put 6 units in each Cheesy (1 per circiut) save 600$ a month on hydro pay maby 800 in rent Cheesy.

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March 09, 2018, 01:54:23 AM
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I keep seeing signs of good luck (even though I'm not superstitious), so I'm thinking that today would be a good day to start ...

BTClock Friday.

Anybody with me?


MINE ON!!!

I second this!!! Weekends have been good to us, and since I have to work all weekend, a BTClock sounds great!!!

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March 09, 2018, 03:58:42 AM
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  BTC  Bring it on home !! BTC

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March 09, 2018, 10:06:24 AM
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It's that time again!

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March 09, 2018, 11:17:27 AM
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It's that time again!
Probably... Get it? Tongue

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March 09, 2018, 12:32:10 PM
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really depends on yer long term plans but make sure u have a licenced electrision do the work. use wrong wiring or breakers and itll burn the house down. personally i say find an apartment building that includes hydro and put 6 units in each Cheesy (1 per circiut) save 600$ a month on hydro pay maby 800 in rent Cheesy.
I would also recommend getting an electrician to do the work of a sub-panel.  Wire size / length, circuit capacity and getting a safe / neat install are important.  And make sure that the main breaker from the utility is not increased unless your feed is also increased.  I would also recommend that you go 220v circuits if possible since there is less loss over the length of the wires.  Probably easiest to put in 30A 220v circuits which would support 5 S9 miners.  Remember to get your wired internet connection setup well too.

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March 09, 2018, 12:52:37 PM
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It's that time again!
Probably... Get it? Tongue

Definitely.... Maybe?

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March 09, 2018, 01:31:43 PM
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Kano- do you think you'd make the stratum changes on this pool to support the new overt ASICBOOST?
Not before getting access to one.
I'm not stupid enough to assume any code is just going to work when created by a certain person who loses blocks on his pools and calls that 'misfortune'
Testing properly is a way to avoid that Tongue
But hackers usually have no idea about such things.
Experience tells you otherwise.

So if they don't actually exist ... then no they wont be supported Cheesy

I ordered one - so if I get it, I'd be open to sending it to you to test / integrate (and trust you'd send it back Smiley )
No need to send it to me - just to point it somewhere and let me test it properly and see what happens.
So ... I'm setting up a new node in South Africa and I thought ... well it won't hurt to see what happens if I run the latest git code for that ...
LOL core dumped, crashed before it even connected to anything ...
... how unexpected ... NOT Smiley
No problem of course, switched back to my earlier version ... runs ok.

Looks like that AsicBoost testing will also be fixing already known bad code.

I'll mention about the new node for anyone close to it, after I've let it run for a while and see how it performs in that remote part of the planet ...

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March 09, 2018, 01:45:06 PM
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[snip]
Anyway, how exactly does everyone who's in a similar situation here transfer (sweep or import?) their mining payouts from cold storage to warm/hot wallets where they can spend the Bitcoins they've earned?

I have looked back through some conversations here and there; however, I'd like to know how you guys recommend doing this in a secure, repeatable manner. Thanks in advance.
I used to go the same route you go, but I've switched to using a hardware wallet. Makes these things much easier. I highly recommend one.
Same here, I use a non-USA based wallet to collect my payouts and consolidate to my hardware wallet around once a month.
So, just to understand a little more about the process before I go out and buy a hardware wallet, could I keep mining to my original paper wallet and import(?) it into the hardware wallet; use the hardware wallet to consolidate the payouts into another address on the hardware wallet; spend a portion of the BTC from the consolidated address; and finally repeat the process later--after more BTC accumulation--by re-consolidating everything into the change-containing address?  Huh

Is that how that all would work, or should I go do a bunch more research?  Cry

Thanks for everyone's patience reading (and hopefully replying to) this painful-to-understand post.


personaly i got cell phone wallet for mining and spending i guess and hardware wallet for saveing what i dont use in the market.

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March 09, 2018, 01:53:33 PM
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No need to send it to me - just to point it somewhere and let me test it properly and see what happens.

Sure - fingers crossed it comes in close to the date they promise Smiley

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March 09, 2018, 02:59:16 PM
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BTC 50 TH/s giveaway !!!! BTC
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Ok... Last try. Put your thinking cap on Padrinogtr!  Huh
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Analogy:
Here's the very best and easiest way I can explain it using something that we should all be familiar with: Employment

*** Does anyone remember when employers used to hold your first week's paycheck?!

Due to this payout method, you were always technically a paycheck behind, but you never lost any money in the deal since they were just delaying it slightly, and even after you left the job, you still could count on having another paycheck that you were owed from when they held your first week's pay.

Now, imagine that they didn't hold your entire first check; just 4/5 of it. Then, each payday that rolls around afterward, they withhold less (3/5) and less (2/5) of each new paycheck until after five (5) paydays, you are now receiving your entire paycheck. In the back of your mind, though, you know that even if you left, you'd still have all that back-pay coming to you.
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It's up to you now Padrinogtr. Good luck! Grin
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this one is looking really good
ill put my thinking cap on it asap

thanks for the effort
Padrinogtr, how'd it go? Could you understand that good enough to teach someone else, or are you still stumped?

Maybe, over the weekend you could try posting your explanation... Best of luck! Grin

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March 09, 2018, 02:59:31 PM
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It has been fun mining with you guys. I'll unfortunately probably be pointing my few TH back at Slush sometime in the next few days (until next winter or Kano finishes the accounting code).

Reason has nothing to do with being unhappy with the pool but is rather because I run obsolete bitcoin miners in the winter for heat and in the summer to soak up excess solar power off a solar array. With the weather warming up I'll soon be below dust level.

Good luck to all. Smiley
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March 09, 2018, 03:13:47 PM
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Kano- do you think you'd make the stratum changes on this pool to support the new overt ASICBOOST?
Not before getting access to one.
I'm not stupid enough to assume any code is just going to work when created by a certain person who loses blocks on his pools and calls that 'misfortune'
Testing properly is a way to avoid that Tongue
But hackers usually have no idea about such things.
Experience tells you otherwise.

So if they don't actually exist ... then no they wont be supported Cheesy
This and a few other comments recently lead me to believe there's an interesting back-story here...

Too bad someone doesn't write an autobiography on Kano. I'm sure it'd be pretty enthralling. Smiley

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