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March 13, 2018, 08:55:26 PM
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Block!!$$

So I have no idea how it works really, I kinda do but not really.  The 5nd.....it seems to be increasing rather quickly lately compared to in the past.  Is this because of the forks and everything?  Also does anyone feel like the difficulty is going to be rising at this rate on a constant basis or can the diff actually go down at some point or just stop rising.  I don't know, if someone who knows about this stuff could explain it a bit that would be amazing!!!

5ND has been decreasing with more hash being pointed here.  More and more machines coming online = difficulty increasing.  Going to need some quiet weeks (or violent downturn in BTC price) to get things to flatten out or go negative. 

Thanks for the info my good sir!
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March 13, 2018, 09:14:27 PM
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Wohoo!!

Fully ramped up since saturday-sunday and blocks are raining!!

Best pool ever (even though ramp up was rough on my nerwes with only one S9 to bring the income  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy)!!!

Thanks djraven911 and AlexeyDR.

Mine on!
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March 13, 2018, 09:16:35 PM
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Two-fer Tuesday Block Party!! WOOT!  Cool

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March 13, 2018, 09:31:41 PM
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AlexeyDr   7.51THs

Look at that folks, everyone can find a block no matter how big/small the hash rate!

That's 2 small miners in one day to hit their 1st Kano block...Welcome to the Acclaim Board djraven911 and AlexeyDr! Cheesy

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March 13, 2018, 09:33:29 PM
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Two-fer Tuesday Block Party!! WOOT!  Cool
How 'bout Triple Tuesday?! LET'S DO THIS!

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March 13, 2018, 09:36:47 PM
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Two-fer Tuesday Block Party!! WOOT!  Cool
How 'bout Triple Tuesday?! LET'S DO THIS!

yea its been an hour already i think we are overdue for another block Cheesy
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March 13, 2018, 09:45:48 PM
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Two-fer Tuesday Block Party!! WOOT!  Cool
How 'bout Triple Tuesday?! LET'S DO THIS!

yea its been an hour already i think we are overdue for another block Cheesy

next 24 hours is just fine.  Smiley


MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!
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March 13, 2018, 10:31:04 PM
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Please sir, may I have another? BTC

I wanna be on the block solver list too!

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March 13, 2018, 10:54:22 PM
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May I ask a semi-offtopic question, please? Smiley
The community here is so friendly and experienced, therefore I would like to ask for an advice. I do understand the concern about the monopoly of Bitmain in mining HW (and the use of affiliated pools by the majority of their devices). But I'm also curious if there are other reasons to prefer "alternative" (Ebang, Canaan, ...) products? From my math, the S9 is still the most efficient miner available today (if one doesn't have a "free" electricity), and it can also be found at a good price nowadays. For example, in my area the Avalon A821 can be found for ~$2150 (that's $195 per 1TH), and the Antminer S9 is offered for ~$2350 (that's $175 per 1TH).
From the technical point of view, I see quite a lot of problem reports related to Antminers, and almost no complaints about Avalons. But considering the total number of Antminers out there, this is probably somewhat expected... (yes, I tend to believe the Avalons may be more reliable, but I can't quantify by how much more reliable they are).
So aside from the personal preference, what are the other reasons to go for the Avalons (or maybe Ebits)?
 (and no, I'm not offering these miners for sale).

P.S. I started mining on Kano pool with a couple of S7, now swapping them for a couple of E9+. I did have an S9 briefly, and now I'm considering my options for future growth. Right now ROI is the most important factor for me, that's why I wonder if I'm somewhat mislead thinking the S9 _looks_ to be the most attractive ATM?
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March 13, 2018, 10:59:53 PM
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There's almost no reason to go for the Ebit miners at all considering most of them are selling for ridiculous prices even used as of right now, and they're just not very good miners in the first place. They're incredibly prone to breaking and Ebit's support is terrible. HagssFIN's post should be enough to keep you away from them.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2638479.msg32223485#msg32223485

Avalon miners tend to be exceptionally reliable and well-built in my experience, and their support's better than Bitmain's. Never had issues with them before, and they use simple RPI controllers that can easily be flashed and bought if they break, and there are ways to bypass the AUC3 adapters they use.

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March 13, 2018, 11:12:27 PM
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There's almost no reason to go for the Ebit miners at all considering most of them are selling for ridiculous prices even used as of right now, and they're just not very good miners in the first place. They're incredibly prone to breaking and Ebit's support is terrible. HagssFIN's post should be enough to keep you away from them.


I agree. I wish I hadn't bought the one eBit I did, and instead bought an Avalon 741 with that money.
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May I ask a semi-offtopic question, please? Smiley
The community here is so friendly and experienced, therefore I would like to ask for an advice. I do understand the concern about the monopoly of Bitmain in mining HW (and the use of affiliated pools by the majority of their devices). But I'm also curious if there are other reasons to prefer "alternative" (Ebang, Canaan, ...) products?


The "other reasons" to prefer other hardware manufacturers, is not just about the Hardware they make. Bitmain, can make great
hardware, but they are mainly focused on themselves. Their support, of their customers and longevity of hardware is by far lacking.
Bitmain's main offense, and the reason other Manufacturers are in the spotlight, is their lack of concern with Bitcoin itself. A good
hardware Manufacturer, is going to want Bitcoin's future to be long, and prosperous. Bitmain is the poster boy of Anti-Bitcoin.

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March 13, 2018, 11:34:27 PM
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Look at that folks, everyone can find a block no matter how big/small the hash rate!

That's 2 small miners in one day to hit their 1st Kano block...Welcome to the Acclaim Board djraven911 and AlexeyDr! Cheesy
Whats dj’s speed? Anyone know
7.51 th wow im gonna have 10th online so happy days
Just running my 3x u3’s hashin at 170odd ghs 🤣
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March 14, 2018, 12:01:42 AM
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Whats dj’s speed? Anyone know
That can be found on the pool stats page. 

(You need to log in to see who hashes at what rate, so I'm reticent to post it publicly.)
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March 14, 2018, 12:10:21 AM
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Whats dj’s speed? Anyone know
That can be found on the pool stats page. 

(You need to log in to see who hashes at what rate, so I'm reticent to post it publicly.)
Forgot i could do this lol
Found it
Gonna keep an eye on this to c how many low hashing users find a block 👍
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March 14, 2018, 02:21:35 AM
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May I ask a semi-offtopic question, please? Smiley
The community here is so friendly and experienced, therefore I would like to ask for an advice. I do understand the concern about the monopoly of Bitmain in mining HW (and the use of affiliated pools by the majority of their devices). But I'm also curious if there are other reasons to prefer "alternative" (Ebang, Canaan, ...) products?


The "other reasons" to prefer other hardware manufacturers, is not just about the Hardware they make. Bitmain, can make great
hardware, but they are mainly focused on themselves. Their support, of their customers and longevity of hardware is by far lacking.
Bitmain's main offense, and the reason other Manufacturers are in the spotlight, is their lack of concern with Bitcoin itself. A good
hardware Manufacturer, is going to want Bitcoin's future to be long, and prosperous. Bitmain is the poster boy of Anti-Bitcoin.


I hate Bitmain as much as the next guy. With that being said. I’d be cutting myself short by not mining with only S9’s. Especially with $.12 electricity. Also mining with the currently most efficient miner pointed at a pool that supports BTC is the best way to combat Bitmain’s pools. As soon as more efficient miners come out that can put the heat on Bitmain. I’ll sell all my S9’s for them.
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March 14, 2018, 07:42:32 AM
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Payout 513362 sent on time (as usual) and confirmed 5 minutes later Smiley

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March 14, 2018, 08:33:06 AM
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They're incredibly prone to breaking and Ebit's support is terrible. HagssFIN's post should be enough to keep you away from them.
Yes, I saw that post. While I understand the whole story is extremely disappointing, so far it's more of a customs / logistics issue, rather than a vendor support itself. I'm not protecting Ebit in any way. They could (and should have) alerted their customers that RMA shipments may be held at the customs. But I also wonder what would happen IF the parcel gets through the customs and is delivered to Ebit...

Avalon miners tend to be exceptionally reliable and well-built in my experience, and their support's better than Bitmain's. Never had issues with them before, and they use simple RPI controllers that can easily be flashed and bought if they break, and there are ways to bypass the AUC3 adapters they use.
I will certainly get my hands on some Avalons if / when I find a good offer.

The "other reasons" to prefer other hardware manufacturers, is not just about the Hardware they make. Bitmain, can make great
hardware, but they are mainly focused on themselves. Their support, of their customers and longevity of hardware is by far lacking.
Bitmain's main offense, and the reason other Manufacturers are in the spotlight, is their lack of concern with Bitcoin itself. A good
hardware Manufacturer, is going to want Bitcoin's future to be long, and prosperous. Bitmain is the poster boy of Anti-Bitcoin.

I hate Bitmain as much as the next guy. With that being said. I’d be cutting myself short by not mining with only S9’s. Especially with $.12 electricity.
This is exactly what my math tells me... Despite all the hate towards Bitmain, the S9 does seem to be the most efficient miner out there at the moment...
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March 14, 2018, 08:38:04 AM
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Interestingly, there are statistics how many blocks on what machines are found?
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Last edit: March 14, 2018, 09:36:51 AM by kano
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There's some 'network maintenance' going on at the NYA node.
(as usual) it says there's no expected outages, only delays, alas it lost network connectivity at 9:11am UTC
Everyone mining on the NYA node will have failed over to their Pool2 - hopefully another kano.is node Smiley
I'll update the post once it's come back to life ...

Edit: came back to life at 9:27 UTC - 16 minutes Sad
Many failed over to another kano.is node Smiley
Everyone on NYA should have failed back by now.

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