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March 14, 2018, 06:01:28 PM
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Thought I would share this experience. I've been away from Kano for about four weeks, but it was by design.

Back when I thought the US govt was going to shut down (I had a very bad experience resulting from an earlier one), I emptied my Core for cash so I could pay my rent if my VA disability or SSA got bolloxed. But then, I had to pay my quarterly hosting charges...in BTC...soon. We were not doing all that well here at Kano at the time.

The solution (for me, at that point in time) was to move to Slush for only enough time to get that quarterly billing back in BTC reserve, which I did.

I'm back at Kano now, Whilst I was commiserating with Alan on the Ice Planet to get the assignments changed, he pointed out (chuckling at the time, methinks) the foibles of pool hopping...but then acknowledging that sometimes the situation demands what some would call an odd tactic. In this case, at least, it worked...for me.

I also ran numbers for the past month re both pools just to make myself feel better that it was indeed the correct choice to return...and if I had been at Kano for those four weeks, I would have earned .096 BTC...but it would have come too late to pay my obligation. I earned .077 at Slush for the same period. The result was what I expected, but nonetheless made me feel better.

So...this is the best place to be, IMHO. Always has been. When I left solo mining years ago for Slush, that was about the only choice I had. Kano started his pool, and I went with it.

As we say in Team Rubicon...you cross your personal river Rubicon...and then you burn the boat.

Mine on.

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To infinity and beyond...on two 741s and one of only 3...nope, make that 4...full nodes in Hawaii...on <30A. (I have other gear on the Hoth ice planet)
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March 14, 2018, 06:03:07 PM
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What reject rate is normal for an Avalon 741 on Kano Pool? I'm getting .75%.

I'm getting as high as 0.819% on my 721s...they always stay that high but it never seems to affect shares earned.

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March 14, 2018, 06:03:37 PM
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a number of companies are chaceing the 7nm chip for various uses the competition for bitman is about to hit a new level when larger more diversified companies start chomping at the bit like hitachie.
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March 14, 2018, 06:12:04 PM
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What reject rate is normal for an Avalon 741 on Kano Pool? I'm getting .75%.

I'm getting as high as 0.819% on my 721s...they always stay that high but it never seems to affect shares earned.


Do you have each 721 on a separate raspberri pi or are they all combined as one?   That adds up the errors.  Right now my two 821's combine for a .20% error rate while the s9's range from .12-.168%   So in theory, the 821's are less by themselves.
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March 14, 2018, 06:16:33 PM
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What reject rate is normal for an Avalon 741 on Kano Pool? I'm getting .75%.

I'm getting as high as 0.819% on my 721s...they always stay that high but it never seems to affect shares earned.

That's a relief. I also get around .8% when I run at zero power setting and .75% at -1 power setting. Thanks
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March 14, 2018, 06:20:25 PM
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I will NOT buy current hardware from anyone unless I can grab a firesale price. ( 2-3 months payback on hardware cost at today's profitability ) Why?

I have not an inkling of doubt that Bitmain is on the verge of a 10NM release in ASIC. Probably July or August.

I think this because;


a) Bitmain is wholesaling every different kind of unit in 16NM Technology from every nook and cranny of their warehouses. ( 13th S9's??? Really? T-9's Really??)

b) Bitmain just issued huge numbers of "coupons" to entice buyers to clear out their inventory. Coincedenatlly, those "coupons" expire in June 2018.

c) Bitmain "wanna be competitors" are chomping at the bit to grab Bitmain market share. We all know how Bitmain feels about that!! No way They are gonna get beat on "first to market" on 10NM.

d) Greedy resellers piled on huge orders of S9's and L3+'s at the highs of the market in hopes of getting rich quick. Most thsoe units never sold to "suckers" (check the hardware forum" You can't throw a dead cat in there without hitting an S9 or L3+ ad.)


     In 3-4 months you'll be able to buy ANY 16nm ASIC for pennies on the dollar. Wait for it.



You might argue that Bitmain pricing right now (vs say just a couple months ago, Dec / Jan ) is close to fire sale price.

I mean, if you are right about new miners coming out later this year, what will the hardware pricepoint be?  My guess is they certainly won't be near the ROI of 2-3 months that we saw at the end of last year (not without help from the price of bitcoin increasing, or direct competition in the 10nm space). 
Pricing is relative. At today's "fire sale pricing" it will take you 10-12 months to recoup your investment. Not my idea of "fire sale pricing".
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March 14, 2018, 06:20:40 PM
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Thought I would share this experience. I've been away from Kano for about four weeks, but it was by design.

Back when I thought the US govt was going to shut down (I had a very bad experience resulting from an earlier one), I emptied my Core for cash so I could pay my rent if my VA disability or SSA got bolloxed. But then, I had to pay my quarterly hosting charges...in BTC...soon. We were not doing all that well here at Kano at the time.

The solution (for me, at that point in time) was to move to Slush for only enough time to get that quarterly billing back in BTC reserve, which I did.

I'm back at Kano now, Whilst I was commiserating with Alan on the Ice Planet to get the assignments changed, he pointed out (chuckling at the time, methinks) the foibles of pool hopping...but then acknowledging that sometimes the situation demands what some would call an odd tactic. In this case, at least, it worked...for me.

I also ran numbers for the past month re both pools just to make myself feel better that it was indeed the correct choice to return...and if I had been at Kano for those four weeks, I would have earned .096 BTC...but it would have come too late to pay my obligation. I earned .077 at Slush for the same period. The result was what I expected, but nonetheless made me feel better.

So...this is the best place to be, IMHO. Always has been. When I left solo mining years ago for Slush, that was about the only choice I had. Kano started his pool, and I went with it.

As we say in Team Rubicon...you cross your personal river Rubicon...and then you burn the boat.

Mine on.

 Kiss

Thanks for sharing !
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March 14, 2018, 06:24:03 PM
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What reject rate is normal for an Avalon 741 on Kano Pool? I'm getting .75%.

I'm getting as high as 0.819% on my 721s...they always stay that high but it never seems to affect shares earned.


Do you have each 721 on a separate raspberri pi or are they all combined as one?   That adds up the errors.  Right now my two 821's combine for a .20% error rate while the s9's range from .12-.168%   So in theory, the 821's are less by themselves.

I have them combined so they do accumulate errors.  I don't pay attention to the error rates anyway as it has no affect on shares earned.

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March 14, 2018, 06:40:29 PM
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Block by sedain121!  Welcome to the Acclaim Board with your 1st Kano block! Cheesy

This is our 1st of BLOCK WEDNESDAY! Cheesy

The Block Statistics page is looking better and better! Grin

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March 14, 2018, 06:41:47 PM
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Block!!!

Mine on!!
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March 14, 2018, 06:43:33 PM
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BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK!!


KAAAAAAAABOOOOOOOM!


MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!
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March 14, 2018, 06:47:15 PM
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Wamba Jamba Block Party hump-day!  Cheesy

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March 14, 2018, 06:48:31 PM
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Loving these daily blocks.
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March 14, 2018, 06:49:07 PM
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BTCAMM!!! Let's keep em rolling in!!!

Click these links to learn some truth about Big Corporate mining pools stealing your money and centralizing BTCitcoin!!!
Help support the BTCitcoin community!!! Mine your BTCitcoin at a non-Corporate pool!!! BTC: 1ShazamjsPnpWDNnk3n2tAiKGMdXaSjay
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March 14, 2018, 06:49:41 PM
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I know February is a shorter month, but we're already 2 up from that number, and we're not even halfway through March!


SEND MORE POWAH!!!!!   MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!
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March 14, 2018, 06:52:59 PM
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thats one need 2 mo Cheesy of corse with the market tanking like it is i guess people must be turing off there machines now
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March 14, 2018, 06:56:34 PM
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BLOOOOOOOOOCK!!!
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March 14, 2018, 06:58:29 PM
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Thought I would share this experience. I've been away from Kano for about four weeks, but it was by design...

I'm back at Kano now Kiss
Thanks for sharing, and your service!  I just started mining 12/2017, and started at Slush, without a clue as to why except it was the first pool I read about and I probably saw a recommendation in a YouTube video.  Long story short, someone suggested I try Kano, so I pointed 1x S9 here and tried to figure out the difference in pools.  THEN I found this forum and realized this is an awesome community of like-minded BTC champions in this for far more than just the fiat.  That was enough for me, so I'm now officially 100% Kano.  I can't see how I'm ever going to recoup my $30k+ investment (reassuring sentiments welcome), but thanks to the Team Kano community at least I'll enjoy the ride!  Happy Hump Day Mining all!
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March 14, 2018, 07:07:51 PM
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Thought I would share this experience. I've been away from Kano for about four weeks, but it was by design...

I'm back at Kano now Kiss
Thanks for sharing, and your service!  I just started mining 12/2017, and started at Slush, without a clue as to why except it was the first pool I read about and I probably saw a recommendation in a YouTube video.  Long story short, someone suggested I try Kano, so I pointed 1x S9 here and tried to figure out the difference in pools.  THEN I found this forum and realized this is an awesome community of like-minded BTC champions in this for far more than just the fiat.  That was enough for me, so I'm now officially 100% Kano.  I can't see how I'm ever going to recoup my $30k+ investment (reassuring sentiments welcome), but thanks to the Team Kano community at least I'll enjoy the ride!  Happy Hump Day Mining all!


10 or so s9's?  Hopefully not just 6 of them.   Just keep mining away.
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March 14, 2018, 07:08:13 PM
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To reflash the controller, I just need to pop out the sd card and update with the 821 software.

One question - when I popped the card into my drive , it said I must reformat it 1st - I can't open it to see what is on it now (i wanted to check that so I replace the same files..... (I'm not well versed with re flashing ...
Don't worry. If using Winbloze it does not know how to handle EXT4 formats which is why is says to format (as FAT32).
The image program does everything so does not matter what Win thinks just as long as it can see the drive.

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