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March 15, 2018, 03:17:42 AM
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I've been wondering this for quite a while. Was there or is there a connection between CKPOOL and Kano pool.  Was Kano involved in both at one time? Just curious?
As my sig says, the majority of the code (in the ckpool git) is written by me.
There's 2 parts to ckpool - the mining front end and the database/web/everything else backend.
I wrote pretty much all of the largest part: CKDB - which I now call KDB ... for obvious reasons.
He wrote pretty much all of ckpool - though a lot of the library comes from cgminer and 'various' sources (including me)

One day in irc (2017 Jan 23) he made a rather derogatory reply to me regarding my comment stating I have the most computing experience in the channel (which I do) ... to which, of course, I replied similarly.
8 minutes later he locked me out of the ckpool git - not long later he locked me out of the cgminer git.
Thus endeth that Smiley

Prior to this event I had stopped paying both of us for a few months so I could build up the pool balance in the event that we lost a block to any of these problems that kept showing up, though of course I do test changes, I can't guarantee that I'll find all problems he adds.
I had made this clear to him also, before this.

ckpool regularly has problems coz he commits untested changes ... for payment by Bitmain ... and also puts in small changes himself he hasn't tested properly or at all (segwit was a good example of this - completely untested changes by him that didn't work)
He's lost 3 blocks with his irresponsible actions that he calls 'misfortune'
He's not a qualified programmer, he's a medical doctor, though also he does some linux kernel scheduler hacking
(though the linux kernel team required him to provide evidence of his claims of performance improvements but he wouldn't)

His inexperience has shown up on regular occasions.

To be blunt, a lot of the crypto world is full of hackers and that shows regularly.
They seem to get this idea that they've done something incredible, when in fact most of it is pedestrian.
You'll find many who say their experience is "being in the crypto world for" whatever time - usually with nothing to account for before that - and really nothing in any way ground breaking to show for their time in the crypto world either.

I certainly don't think I'm some coding god, like -ck thinks he is.
I do realise, however, that most of the programmers in this space are far from that.

Thank You Kano for the info!  A BIG THANK YOU TO KANO FOR ALL YOU DO FOR ALL OF US!! .. MINE ON KANO!!

One other quick question.. I have an app called CKPOOL Status.  Is that not the correct app to use? It seem to work fine and I get block notifications...

Thanks
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March 15, 2018, 03:36:33 AM
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Big jump to 66 PH/S!!! Nice!!!

That was me joining the club with 26TH.   Brought 2 machines over to test the water for awhile.   Not sure how to read the numbers yet or what all this ramp up business is about, but I'm sure i'll figure it out reading back through the 1800+ pages on here Smiley
Your " 2 Machines " raised the Hashrate by 3-4 PH/s??  Wow, what are you running?? Shocked


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March 15, 2018, 03:39:27 AM
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I've been wondering this for quite a while. Was there or is there a connection between CKPOOL and Kano pool.  Was Kano involved in both at one time? Just curious?
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ckpool regularly has problems coz he commits untested changes ... for payment by Bitmain ... and also puts in small changes himself he hasn't tested properly or at all (segwit was a good example of this - completely untested changes by him that didn't work)
He's lost 3 blocks with his irresponsible actions that he calls 'misfortune'
He's not a qualified programmer, he's a medical doctor, though also he does some linux kernel scheduler hacking
(though the linux kernel team required him to provide evidence of his claims of performance improvements but he wouldn't)

His inexperience has shown up on regular occasions.

To be blunt, a lot of the crypto world is full of hackers and that shows regularly.
They seem to get this idea that they've done something incredible, when in fact most of it is pedestrian.
You'll find many who say their experience is "being in the crypto world for" whatever time - usually with nothing to account for before that - and really nothing in any way ground breaking to show for their time in the crypto world either.

I certainly don't think I'm some coding god, like -ck thinks he is.
I do realise, however, that most of the programmers in this space are far from that.

I should move my remaining miners off Slush now considering they're going to start using what I now considering to be experimental ASICboost code.


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March 15, 2018, 03:43:30 AM
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One other quick question.. I have an app called CKPOOL Status.  Is that not the correct app to use? It seem to work fine and I get block notifications...

Thanks
Yep that's what they were called (iPhone and Android) when they were created (long ago) and they still work Smiley
They're still listed there in the first post of course
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.0

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March 15, 2018, 04:34:20 AM
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Thank You Kano for the info!  A BIG THANK YOU TO KANO FOR ALL YOU DO FOR ALL OF US!! .. MINE ON KANO!!
[snip]
Sad to say I'm disappointed in humanity now knowing what happened. Cry

If I would've known this, I wouldn't have wasted the past 2 weeks pointing my 2nd (tiny) miner there--only ~150GHs worth--on a whim to watch it inch up the rankings. Now, I've almost hit a brick wall in the mid-400s and still need to break into the top 100 before I get a payout.

The concept of a zero fee once a month block reward from a small pool sounded good since I knew that Kano and CK were associated.

Any suggestions on just cutting my losses and pointing the tiny miner back here for a baby boost to my Kano payouts?

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March 15, 2018, 04:39:23 AM
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Thank You Kano for the info!  A BIG THANK YOU TO KANO FOR ALL YOU DO FOR ALL OF US!! .. MINE ON KANO!!
[snip]
Sad to say I'm disappointed in humanity now knowing what happened. Cry

If I would've known this, I wouldn't have wasted the past 2 weeks pointing my 2nd (tiny) miner there--only ~150GHs worth--on a whim to watch it inch up the rankings. Now, I've almost hit a brick wall in the mid-400s and still need to break into the top 100 before I get a payout.

The concept of a zero fee once a month block reward from a small pool sounded good since I knew that Kano and CK were associated.

Any suggestions on just cutting my losses and pointing the tiny miner back here for a baby boost to my Kano payouts?

Just bring it back...no harm, no foul!  Probably not ever going to get paid on that other pool so why not at least get "something" here?
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March 15, 2018, 05:19:24 AM
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If you are registered on LinkedIn, please like and share this post.
https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6379858071061098496
Thank you!

Also feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasalbright/

Thanks again!

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March 15, 2018, 06:16:58 AM
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Thank You Kano for the info!  A BIG THANK YOU TO KANO FOR ALL YOU DO FOR ALL OF US!! .. MINE ON KANO!!
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Sad to say I'm disappointed in humanity now knowing what happened. Cry

If I would've known this, I wouldn't have wasted the past 2 weeks pointing my 2nd (tiny) miner there--only ~150GHs worth--on a whim to watch it inch up the rankings. Now, I've almost hit a brick wall in the mid-400s and still need to break into the top 100 before I get a payout.

The concept of a zero fee once a month block reward from a small pool sounded good since I knew that Kano and CK were associated.

Any suggestions on just cutting my losses and pointing the tiny miner back here for a baby boost to my Kano payouts?

Bring it back. I got you boo boo. Even though you couldn't get padrinogtr to explain his 5nd understanding, you put forth a valiant effort. I will still honor it until further notice, but would like to extend to you some hash from an trimmed down S7. She's pumping out about 2.8TH/s at the moment and I would like to let "borrow" it for a week or so. If interested, shoot me a worker name and its all yours.

Nothing happens until something moves.

MINE ON WITH KANO........except DPoS2
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March 15, 2018, 07:10:05 AM
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rofl 12 000$ for new cryptonight miner they must be insane lol. new miners are only good for a month b4 difficulty catches up lol. even at 200$ a day it will never pay itself off lol 8000 for batch 2 rofl they are simply trying to get people to pay there hopes lol.
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March 15, 2018, 08:30:46 AM
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If you are registered on LinkedIn, please like and share this post.
https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6379858071061098496
Thank you!

Also feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasalbright/

Thanks again!


Very nice to see another helper, promoting Kano's Pool!  Thank You! When I get some time today, I'll send this through some posts.

We are at 70 PH/s atm, imagine if we ALL helped out! I put in about 2hrs a day, but it could literally take 1 min to share a post.

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March 15, 2018, 10:03:09 AM
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So I have ~ 200th now, and 600th next month to throw at a pool. This one came highly recommended along with slush and nicehash (selling power not the pool) what are peoples thoughts on this pool vs those other 2. Also, can somebody explain the ramping up and payout method? I've read it a few times, and then googled, and I'm still confused.

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March 15, 2018, 10:22:21 AM
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So I have ~ 200th now, and 600th next month to throw at a pool. This one came highly recommended along with slush and nicehash (selling power not the pool) what are peoples thoughts on this pool vs those other 2. Also, can somebody explain the ramping up and payout method? I've read it a few times, and then googled, and I'm still confused.

Nicehash
- least profitable, paid per share at possibly the lowest possible rate
- high fees (can't remember off the top of my head)
- insecure (they're going to take a year to pay back everyone due to being "hacked")

Slush
- Hybrid scoring calculation, resulting in a lot of shares never really being rewarded
- Exponentially quick decay on scoring curve, once your miner goes offline your shares are not rewarded
- 2% fees (more than double Kano)
- soon to be ASICboost compatible (experimental, untested code)

Kano
- Stable mining pool
- low 0.9% fees
- Currently "small" so variance can be higher

Having said that, Kano has grown 30% in the past month as people see the benefits of a low fee + stability


Kano PPLNS Payout method:

Rewards all shares submitted over a calculated 5Nd (5 times the current network difficulty of bitcoin)
This currently works out to roughly shares submitted over the past ~14 days to the kano pool

"Ramp up" is a way of saying, your full "hash rate" will only be apparently rewarded once you mine for 14 days continuously, rewards appear delayed.

At constant rate and difficulty with 100% luck, each share will be rewarded 5 times - no reward is lost.

Even if your miner goes offline, your shares provided are still likely to be rewarded 5 times, so no loss of rewards.



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Thank You Kano for the info!  A BIG THANK YOU TO KANO FOR ALL YOU DO FOR ALL OF US!! .. MINE ON KANO!!
[snip]
Sad to say I'm disappointed in humanity now knowing what happened. Cry

If I would've known this, I wouldn't have wasted the past 2 weeks pointing my 2nd (tiny) miner there--only ~150GHs worth--on a whim to watch it inch up the rankings. Now, I've almost hit a brick wall in the mid-400s and still need to break into the top 100 before I get a payout.

The concept of a zero fee once a month block reward from a small pool sounded good since I knew that Kano and CK were associated.

Any suggestions on just cutting my losses and pointing the tiny miner back here for a baby boost to my Kano payouts?
Bring it back. I got you boo boo. Even though you couldn't get padrinogtr to explain his 5nd understanding, you put forth a valiant effort. I will still honor it until further notice, but would like to extend to you some hash from an trimmed down S7. She's pumping out about 2.8TH/s at the moment and I would like to let "borrow" it for a week or so. If interested, shoot me a worker name and its all yours.
Wow... You guys are too good of a community. I've brought all (whopping Grin) 150GHs back, and it's ready to rock 'n roll!

MINE ON WITH KANO! THE BEST MINING POOL EVER!

P.S. - I'll send you a username.workername as a PM, and thanks for the consolation prize. Grin

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March 15, 2018, 11:42:51 AM
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I just invited another friend to this pool.
Not much to be proud of (just a couple of S7 for now), but we'll be growing - for sure!
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March 15, 2018, 01:08:04 PM
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So I have ~ 200th now, and 600th next month to throw at a pool. This one came highly recommended along with slush and nicehash (selling power not the pool) what are peoples thoughts on this pool vs those other 2. Also, can somebody explain the ramping up and payout method? I've read it a few times, and then googled, and I'm still confused.

The payout method?  You get a payout every time we hit a block.  The timing is after it gets 101 confirms, a low or zero fee transaction is created by Kano and once that is confirmed it hits your wallet.  If no one confirms this transaction, it will be confirmed by our next block hit.

For an explanation of how 5Nd works, read this post and see if it helps:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg31961789#msg31961789

I proudly mine at the KanoPool, the Best Bitcoin Pool in the World!
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March 15, 2018, 01:15:03 PM
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

Try Kano Pool  (https://kano.is/)
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March 15, 2018, 01:23:43 PM
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

If you can't connect on port 3333 try port 80, 81, 443 or 8080 as alternatives.

Perhaps post your configuration here so we can hopefully spot the problem

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March 15, 2018, 01:31:03 PM
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

If you can't connect on port 3333 try port 80, 81, 443 or 8080 as alternatives.

Perhaps post your configuration here so we can hopefully spot the problem

well tried 80, 443 too, also german link and the one for asic tube but nothing and network to kano.is but miner s9 just stopped giving information.

https://imgur.com/508cclP

Try Kano Pool  (https://kano.is/)
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March 15, 2018, 01:41:16 PM
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Have you checked that there are for example no extra spaces by accident in the pool settings?

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March 15, 2018, 01:45:05 PM
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

If you can't connect on port 3333 try port 80, 81, 443 or 8080 as alternatives.

Perhaps post your configuration here so we can hopefully spot the problem

well tried 80, 443 too, also german link and the one for asic tube but nothing and network to kano.is but miner s9 just stopped giving information.

https://imgur.com/508cclP
You'll need to PM me your IP address so I can see if it's blocked for any reason.
There's certain subnets and IPs that are blocked from all the pool servers coz people on those IPs did bad things Smiley

The web site bans don't affect mining.
But certain account settings I can apply stop you from mining, so also include your account name so I can check that.
Though you'll know if that's a problem if you can't login to your account or when you login it says you must fix your email.

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