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March 10, 2018, 06:02:58 PM
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how do i find my name on shifts page i cant see it anywhere ?
The shifts page consists of anime characters a-z, each representing 1 shift.
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March 10, 2018, 06:27:33 PM
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Time for a quick block, crossing the pinkies!


MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!
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March 10, 2018, 09:33:31 PM
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Alright, so I looked through some of the recent conversations concerning consolidating payouts since I'm getting to the place now where I'm thinking of doing this, but I want a good secure strategy that fits well with my situation--preferably avoiding coinbase too.

I mine everything to a single, offline, paper wallet that's never had its private key exposed to anyone but myself. Yes, I went through the trouble of saving the JavaScript Bitcoin address generator code off to a CD, plugged it into an air-gapped PC, printed it out--even cleared the printer cache afterward...

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.

Electrum

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March 11, 2018, 01:29:40 AM
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Alright, so I looked through some of the recent conversations concerning consolidating payouts since I'm getting to the place now where I'm thinking of doing this, but I want a good secure strategy that fits well with my situation--preferably avoiding coinbase too.

I mine everything to a single, offline, paper wallet that's never had its private key exposed to anyone but myself. Yes, I went through the trouble of saving the JavaScript Bitcoin address generator code off to a CD, plugged it into an air-gapped PC, printed it out--even cleared the printer cache afterward...

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.
Electrum
Thanks to everyone for their feedback. I'm currently thinking of the following solution...

1. Cold to Warm Storage: Import my usual mining address (paper wallet) into a hardware wallet, so I can keep mining to the same address
2. Consolidate Rewards: Periodically sweep my imported--previously paper--wallet into a new address on the hardware wallet to consolidate my mining payouts into spendable chunks to save on transaction fees down the road
  a. I'm open to correction if my understanding is off on this consolidation process
3. Spend Bitcoins from the resulting (consolidated) wallet
4. Rinse and repeat steps 2 & 3

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***PPLNS payouts averaged over the 5Nd to reduce variance***
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March 11, 2018, 01:49:09 AM
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Alright, so I looked through some of the recent conversations concerning consolidating payouts since I'm getting to the place now where I'm thinking of doing this, but I want a good secure strategy that fits well with my situation--preferably avoiding coinbase too.

I mine everything to a single, offline, paper wallet that's never had its private key exposed to anyone but myself. Yes, I went through the trouble of saving the JavaScript Bitcoin address generator code off to a CD, plugged it into an air-gapped PC, printed it out--even cleared the printer cache afterward...

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.
Electrum
Thanks to everyone for their feedback. I'm currently thinking of the following solution...

1. Cold to Warm Storage: Import my usual mining address (paper wallet) into a hardware wallet, so I can keep mining to the same address
2. Consolidate Rewards: Periodically sweep my imported--previously paper--wallet into a new address on the hardware wallet to consolidate my mining payouts into spendable chunks to save on transaction fees down the road
  a. I'm open to correction if my understanding is off on this consolidation process
3. Spend Bitcoins from the resulting (consolidated) wallet
4. Rinse and repeat steps 2 & 3

mining to a hardware wllet can reduce the lifespan of the wallet due to excessive transactions best to consolidate to hardware once and awile
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March 11, 2018, 02:00:08 AM
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1. Cold to Warm Storage: Import my usual mining address (paper wallet) into a hardware wallet, so I can keep mining to the same address
2. Consolidate Rewards: Periodically sweep my imported--previously paper wallet into a new address on the hardware wallet to consolidate my mining payouts into spendable chunks to save on transaction fees down the road
  a. I'm open to correction if my understanding is off on this consolidation process
3. Spend Bitcoins from the resulting (consolidated) wallet
4. Rinse and repeat steps 2 & 3
mining to a hardware wllet can reduce the lifespan of the wallet due to excessive transactions best to consolidate to hardware once and awile
Cool, so I could just skip the import part (step 1) and just sweep it into the hardware wallet every now and then.

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***PPLNS payouts averaged over the 5Nd to reduce variance***
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March 11, 2018, 02:12:34 AM
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1. Cold to Warm Storage: Import my usual mining address (paper wallet) into a hardware wallet, so I can keep mining to the same address
2. Consolidate Rewards: Periodically sweep my imported--previously paper wallet into a new address on the hardware wallet to consolidate my mining payouts into spendable chunks to save on transaction fees down the road
  a. I'm open to correction if my understanding is off on this consolidation process
3. Spend Bitcoins from the resulting (consolidated) wallet
4. Rinse and repeat steps 2 & 3
mining to a hardware wllet can reduce the lifespan of the wallet due to excessive transactions best to consolidate to hardware once and awile
Cool, so I could just skip the import part (step 1) and just sweep it into the hardware wallet every now and then.

That would work well...

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March 11, 2018, 02:45:29 AM
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Alright, so I looked through some of the recent conversations concerning consolidating payouts since I'm getting to the place now where I'm thinking of doing this, but I want a good secure strategy that fits well with my situation--preferably avoiding coinbase too.

I mine everything to a single, offline, paper wallet that's never had its private key exposed to anyone but myself. Yes, I went through the trouble of saving the JavaScript Bitcoin address generator code off to a CD, plugged it into an air-gapped PC, printed it out--even cleared the printer cache afterward...

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.
Electrum
Thanks to everyone for their feedback. I'm currently thinking of the following solution...

1. Cold to Warm Storage: Import my usual mining address (paper wallet) into a hardware wallet, so I can keep mining to the same address
2. Consolidate Rewards: Periodically sweep my imported--previously paper--wallet into a new address on the hardware wallet to consolidate my mining payouts into spendable chunks to save on transaction fees down the road
  a. I'm open to correction if my understanding is off on this consolidation process
3. Spend Bitcoins from the resulting (consolidated) wallet
4. Rinse and repeat steps 2 & 3

mining to a hardware wllet can reduce the lifespan of the wallet due to excessive transactions best to consolidate to hardware once and awile

Hardware wallets have limited processing capacity so just take longer to sign multiple transactions for consolidation. Wouldn't say it degrades the lifespan noticeably what with being solid state electronics.

Currently I have all mining output to one hardware wallet, consolidate once in a while to a different hardware wallet, seeds stored securely so in case of failure for one wallet it can be restored and used on the other.


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March 11, 2018, 03:06:42 AM
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just added 4 more s9s bringing my total to 7. hope they crack a block  Grin
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March 11, 2018, 10:07:01 AM
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Had a network disconnect on the NYA node at 9:42 UTC and about half the users failed over.
Most failed over to their 2nd kano.is pool Smiley so the hash rate didn't drop much.

This of course only affected the NYA node and nowhere else.

I had to restart the NYA node to get it to reconnect all the users back on NYA so this would have pushed everyone else to failover and back.
Everyone on NYA seems to have failed back to NYA.

Mine on! Smiley

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March 11, 2018, 04:12:54 PM
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Is it just me, or did anybody else notice the invalids seem pretty low this block?

Way to go miners! Keep up the good work. Tongue

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March 11, 2018, 04:29:59 PM
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Is it just me, or did anybody else notice the invalids seem pretty low this block?

Way to go miners! Keep up the good work. Tongue

Yes, this block and the previous block were quite low. I did notice an increase from the last block but still overall lower. We were around 53 or 54 ph last block, now that we are closer to 60,61 there are a bit more, but still lower than previous.
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March 11, 2018, 06:29:30 PM
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Whoo, boy! Sidewinder's goin' for that 1 BTC giveaway now! Grin

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March 11, 2018, 07:53:14 PM
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This block looks like it's a rockin', so we're gonna come a knockin'!


MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!
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March 11, 2018, 08:43:32 PM
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Just wondering what equipment you guys using ?
R u all big players with s9s?
My   741 should be here mon or tue but also managed to get some antminer u3’s
Obv they r gonna be used were i get free elec and got them real cheap so thats another 3x 63gh’s that i will add online
Now for me its all fun adding the small units like the u3’s but will they help the pool out in any way?
Or r they a waste of space 😂
Obv i can resell then and make money so im happy to run then on kano or sell them for profit lol
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March 11, 2018, 09:01:14 PM
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Just wondering what equipment you guys using ?
R u all big players with s9s?
My   741 should be here mon or tue but also managed to get some antminer u3’s
Obv they r gonna be used were i get free elec and got them real cheap so thats another 3x 63gh’s that i will add online
Now for me its all fun adding the small units like the u3’s but will they help the pool out in any way?
Or r they a waste of space 😂
Obv i can resell then and make money so im happy to run then on kano or sell them for profit lol


I have a few S9’s and a few S7’s. I also have 4 lonely outlets waiting for me to pick up 4 more miners to occupy them. With my electricity costs though I won’t be buying anything less than an S9 or 821.
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March 11, 2018, 10:45:20 PM
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Is it just me, or did anybody else notice the invalids seem pretty low this block?

Way to go miners! Keep up the good work. Tongue

Yes, this block and the previous block were quite low. I did notice an increase from the last block but still overall lower. We were around 53 or 54 ph last block, now that we are closer to 60,61 there are a bit more, but still lower than previous.
Sometimes people point non-BTC miners at the pool ... which get all rejects and lots of them.
That sometimes makes the total rejects look bad.

Also, some people mine from inside China, and though most of the time that is OK, but of course is expected to have higher rejects, other times the GFW can cause havoc for them.

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March 11, 2018, 10:50:09 PM
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Just wondering what equipment you guys using ?
R u all big players with s9s?
My   741 should be here mon or tue but also managed to get some antminer u3’s
Obv they r gonna be used were i get free elec and got them real cheap so thats another 3x 63gh’s that i will add online
Now for me its all fun adding the small units like the u3’s but will they help the pool out in any way?
Or r they a waste of space 😂
Obv i can resell then and make money so im happy to run then on kano or sell them for profit lol


I have some analog, vacuum-tube gear  Wink and some of sidehack's 2Pacs and 808s running.

On a good day, downhill, with a tailwind, I can hit 2TH.

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March 12, 2018, 12:52:34 AM
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Kano, would it be too much to ask for the year in the "block utc" column on the rewards page? Started logging data, helps with the sorting...
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March 12, 2018, 02:07:43 AM
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Kano, would it be too much to ask for the year in the "block utc" column on the rewards page? Started logging data, helps with the sorting...
You can  import it into minergain.com and the API will soon be running allowing you to get it back out with other info as well.  That deals with the year for you

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