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March 14, 2018, 07:15:11 PM
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Thanks - but my computer is no longer recognizing the drive/cards.....a reboot did not even work..

I'll get there - Thanks for the help, at least I know its a controller issue.
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March 14, 2018, 07:17:47 PM
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Thanks - but my computer is no longer recognizing the drive/cards.....a reboot did not even work..

I'll get there - Thanks for the help, at least I know its a controller issue.

Get another SD card and re-flash the controller.
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March 14, 2018, 07:22:35 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.
Unfortunately, I'm one of the idiots who paid $5k+ for S9s on eBay in December.  I then bought a few more from Bitmain, and a couple T9s when I had coupons.  I also picked up 2x S9s off Craigslist at $2k each from a guy who panicked when BTC dropped a few weeks ago and thought it was going to zero.  So that helped my DCA.  I'm up to 4x S9s and 3x T9s online right now, with 4 more S9s due to arrive any day now.  New breakers arrived yesterday so by end of the weekend I'll have everything running on 240 which should help ease the electrical bill a bit.  
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March 14, 2018, 07:35:59 PM
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A block has been found! Today is a gooooood day  Grin
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March 14, 2018, 07:39:24 PM
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Block again!! WOHOO!  Grin

One hashrate question also.

As I've been ramped up now for the last three blocks (I think) my N Avg on Kano shows 13.30, 13.30 and 13.29 THs. On CKPool Monitor my 24 hr average hashrate stays above 13.6 THs all the time.

Unfortunately I don't have my S9 (13.5 THs version January 2018 batch) at home so I can't log in to it to see the hashrate from the miner right now, but can someone explain why CKPool Monitor shows 0.3 THs higher average hashrate than Kano. Or ain't i fully ramped up yet?

And since pointing my miner to Kano I've been online without interruptions (except for e few minutes when nl-pool was down) so that shouldn't be the problem.

Obviously it's something I don't understand or Kano and CKPool Monitor measures the hashrate slightly different.
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March 14, 2018, 07:45:58 PM
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Block again!! WOHOO!  Grin

One hashrate question also.

As I've been ramped up now for the last three blocks (I think) my N Avg on Kano shows 13.30, 13.30 and 13.29 THs. On CKPool Monitor my 24 hr average hashrate stays above 13.6 THs all the time.

Unfortunately I don't have my S9 (13.5 THs version January 2018 batch) at home so I can't log in to it to see the hashrate from the miner right now, but can someone explain why CKPool Monitor shows 0.3 THs higher average hashrate than Kano. Or ain't i fully ramped up yet?

And since pointing my miner to Kano I've been online without interruptions (except for e few minutes when nl-pool was down) so that shouldn't be the problem.

Obviously it's something I don't understand or Kano and CKPool Monitor measures the hashrate slightly different.


When did you start on the pool?  I would imagine the 24 hour is just that...the last 24 hours, while the N average is for the entire last 5nd, of which would most likely be smaller!
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March 14, 2018, 07:48:43 PM
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Block again!! WOHOO!  Grin

Unfortunately I don't have my S9 (13.5 THs version January 2018 batch) at home so I can't log in to it to see the hashrate from the miner right now, but can someone explain why CKPool Monitor shows 0.3 THs higher average hashrate than Kano. Or ain't i fully ramped up yet?


CKPool monitor uses the Kano API, but it only updates now and then (every minute I think?). Kano's site updates more often.
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March 14, 2018, 07:50:20 PM
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Ah, just what I needed... ANOTHER BTCBTCBTCBTCBTCLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOCCCCCCKKKKKK!!!!!

The BTCest mining pool (<1% fee): KanoPool
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March 14, 2018, 07:51:29 PM
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Block again!! WOHOO!  Grin

One hashrate question also.

As I've been ramped up now for the last three blocks (I think) my N Avg on Kano shows 13.30, 13.30 and 13.29 THs. On CKPool Monitor my 24 hr average hashrate stays above 13.6 THs all the time.

Unfortunately I don't have my S9 (13.5 THs version January 2018 batch) at home so I can't log in to it to see the hashrate from the miner right now, but can someone explain why CKPool Monitor shows 0.3 THs higher average hashrate than Kano. Or ain't i fully ramped up yet?

And since pointing my miner to Kano I've been online without interruptions (except for e few minutes when nl-pool was down) so that shouldn't be the problem.

Obviously it's something I don't understand or Kano and CKPool Monitor measures the hashrate slightly different.


When did you start on the pool?  I would imagine the 24 hour is just that...the last 24 hours, while the N average is for the entire last 5nd, of which would most likely be smaller!

"Slightly" is the key word here.  Don't fret over slight differences.  I'm sure the S9 will show something higher than the pool does also because BMminer exaggerates the hash rate.  The pool hash rate is a calculated value based on work submitted.

I proudly mine at the KanoPool, the Best Bitcoin Pool in the World!
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March 14, 2018, 07:52:25 PM
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Thanks - but my computer is no longer recognizing the drive/cards.....a reboot did not even work..

I'll get there - Thanks for the help, at least I know its a controller issue.
If using Winbloze and a USB-to-card hub try plugging the hub into a different USB port. Win has a habit of finding a problem with USB devices and then refusing to load them later, plugging into a different port usually solves that.

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March 14, 2018, 07:53:03 PM
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The Block Statistics page is looking better and better! Grin
Read it and weep, Slush-puppies!

The BTCest mining pool (<1% fee): KanoPool
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March 14, 2018, 07:54:23 PM
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The Block Statistics page is looking better and better! Grin
Read it and weep, Slush-puppies!

Let's get an entire month under us before proclaiming victory.   Smiley 
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March 14, 2018, 07:59:22 PM
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The Block Statistics page is looking better and better! Grin
Read it and weep, Slush-puppies!
Let's get an entire month under us before proclaiming victory.   Smiley 
Touché... More blocks!

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March 14, 2018, 08:00:25 PM
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BTCBTCBTCBTCBTCBTC

Hell yeah! Awesome job!

Been building up that coin in the wallet with all these blocks and buying while low. Looking good!

Nothing happens until something moves.

MINE ON WITH KANO........except DPoS2
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March 14, 2018, 08:02:01 PM
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The Block Statistics page is looking better and better! Grin
Read it and weep, Slush-puppies!
Let's get an entire month under us before proclaiming victory.   Smiley 
Touché... More blocks!

I feel bad you haven't convinced padrinogtr yet lol. You could have been reaping those benefits.

Nothing happens until something moves.

MINE ON WITH KANO........except DPoS2
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March 14, 2018, 08:03:12 PM
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Block again!! WOHOO!  Grin

One hashrate question also.

As I've been ramped up now for the last three blocks (I think) my N Avg on Kano shows 13.30, 13.30 and 13.29 THs. On CKPool Monitor my 24 hr average hashrate stays above 13.6 THs all the time.

Unfortunately I don't have my S9 (13.5 THs version January 2018 batch) at home so I can't log in to it to see the hashrate from the miner right now, but can someone explain why CKPool Monitor shows 0.3 THs higher average hashrate than Kano. Or ain't i fully ramped up yet?

And since pointing my miner to Kano I've been online without interruptions (except for e few minutes when nl-pool was down) so that shouldn't be the problem.

Obviously it's something I don't understand or Kano and CKPool Monitor measures the hashrate slightly different.


When did you start on the pool?  I would imagine the 24 hour is just that...the last 24 hours, while the N average is for the entire last 5nd, of which would most likely be smaller!


CKPool monitor uses the Kano API, but it only updates now and then (every minute I think?). Kano's site updates more often.
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Thanks for your quick answers.

I've been mining here since 22:nd of February and for a long time to come.  Smiley

As the 24 hour average never goes below 13.6 THs I'd believe that the 5 nd Avg on Kano also would be 13.6 despite CKPool Moniton only updates every 10 or 15 minutes.

My Avg5Nd on CKPool Monitor Dashboard also stays around 13.6 (13.61 THs while writing) and that's why I don't understand why Kano shows less (around 13.3 THs on Kano's "Your N Avg" on Reward page).
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March 14, 2018, 08:10:16 PM
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Block again!! WOHOO!  Grin

One hashrate question also.

As I've been ramped up now for the last three blocks (I think) my N Avg on Kano shows 13.30, 13.30 and 13.29 THs. On CKPool Monitor my 24 hr average hashrate stays above 13.6 THs all the time.

Unfortunately I don't have my S9 (13.5 THs version January 2018 batch) at home so I can't log in to it to see the hashrate from the miner right now, but can someone explain why CKPool Monitor shows 0.3 THs higher average hashrate than Kano. Or ain't i fully ramped up yet?

And since pointing my miner to Kano I've been online without interruptions (except for e few minutes when nl-pool was down) so that shouldn't be the problem.

Obviously it's something I don't understand or Kano and CKPool Monitor measures the hashrate slightly different.


When did you start on the pool?  I would imagine the 24 hour is just that...the last 24 hours, while the N average is for the entire last 5nd, of which would most likely be smaller!

"Slightly" is the key word here.  Don't fret over slight differences.  I'm sure the S9 will show something higher than the pool does also because BMminer exaggerates the hash rate.  The pool hash rate is a calculated value based on work submitted.

Thanks for your answer clgrissom3.

I probably shouldn't worry about this dispite of the differences.

I'll let it go now and mine on in search for the next block. With some beginners luck it should be my turn next.  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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March 14, 2018, 08:12:08 PM
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The Block Statistics page is looking better and better! Grin
Read it and weep, Slush-puppies!
Let's get an entire month under us before proclaiming victory.   Smiley 
Touché... More blocks!

But we can definitely tell February to stuff it, since it's already better now!   Let's just hope no more blocks of death for quite awhile.   200% at the very most (and hopefully much closer to 100%)!!!

MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN! 
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March 14, 2018, 10:14:12 PM
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The Block Statistics page is looking better and better! Grin
Read it and weep, Slush-puppies!
Let's get an entire month under us before proclaiming victory.   Smiley 
Touché... More blocks!

I feel bad you haven't convinced padrinogtr yet lol. You could have been reaping those benefits.


He actually posted that he finally "got" someone's explanation a while back...

Meanwhile... I wonder if we can hit a block per day Wink

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March 14, 2018, 10:15:52 PM
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The Block Statistics page is looking better and better! Grin
Read it and weep, Slush-puppies!
Let's get an entire month under us before proclaiming victory.   Smiley 
Touché... More blocks!

I feel bad you haven't convinced padrinogtr yet lol. You could have been reaping those benefits.


He actually posted that he finally "got" someone's explanation a while back...

Meanwhile... I wonder if we can hit a block per day Wink


I did see that, but he said he didn't know if he could explain it yet  Grin

Nothing happens until something moves.

MINE ON WITH KANO........except DPoS2
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