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March 19, 2018, 06:07:55 AM
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Does it make sense to artificially increase the speed of the Antmeiner, how will it affect the chance of finding a block?
Well, not sure how you "artificially" increase the speed of a miner.

All that matters is the shares submitted - if there's more of them accepted at the same difficulty, or the same amount accepted but higher difficulty, then yep that's good.

If you mean to increase the hash rate above what it normally runs at, then you're most likely gonna shorten it's life dramatically.
my miner had a standard speed of 11 TH / s, I increased the core frequency to 618, and now he stably gives out 13.2-13.3 TH / s
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March 19, 2018, 08:49:04 AM
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Does it make sense to artificially increase the speed of the Antmeiner, how will it affect the chance of finding a block?
Well, not sure how you "artificially" increase the speed of a miner.

All that matters is the shares submitted - if there's more of them accepted at the same difficulty, or the same amount accepted but higher difficulty, then yep that's good.

If you mean to increase the hash rate above what it normally runs at, then you're most likely gonna shorten it's life dramatically.
my miner had a standard speed of 11 TH / s, I increased the core frequency to 618, and now he stably gives out 13.2-13.3 TH / s
http://prntscr.com/it4e75
Hmm - well the question is why it's standard speed was 11TH/s?

If it was running slower than it could run stably, then yep clocking it up faster should be fine.

But as I said, clocking it up faster can shorten the life of it, and if it's faster than it should run, then that will shorten it's life dramatically.
Hopefully that's not the case and it's OK Smiley

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March 19, 2018, 08:58:35 AM
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Does it make sense to artificially increase the speed of the Antmeiner, how will it affect the chance of finding a block?
Well, not sure how you "artificially" increase the speed of a miner.

All that matters is the shares submitted - if there's more of them accepted at the same difficulty, or the same amount accepted but higher difficulty, then yep that's good.

If you mean to increase the hash rate above what it normally runs at, then you're most likely gonna shorten it's life dramatically.
my miner had a standard speed of 11 TH / s, I increased the core frequency to 618, and now he stably gives out 13.2-13.3 TH / s
http://prntscr.com/it4e75
Hmm - well the question is why it's standard speed was 11TH/s?

If it was running slower than it could run stably, then yep clocking it up faster should be fine.

But as I said, clocking it up faster can shorten the life of it, and if it's faster than it should run, then that will shorten it's life dramatically.
Hopefully that's not the case and it's OK Smiley
http://prntscr.com/it64io here its standard speed (screenshot) so I had to change it in the direction of increase Roll Eyes
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March 19, 2018, 01:05:41 PM
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Site issues? Just getting timeouts or ? for speeds etcetera on the site.

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Database timeout or reloading, mining is all OK

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March 19, 2018, 01:32:50 PM
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Site issues? Just getting timeouts or ? for speeds etcetera on the site.

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Database timeout or reloading, mining is all OK

it happens every so often, mining is not affected.   MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!
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March 19, 2018, 01:35:13 PM
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We haven't had a 50% block in a while ... let's crack this one down the middle Smiley

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March 19, 2018, 01:58:21 PM
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We haven't had a 50% block in a while ... let's crack this one down the middle Smiley
Agreed! Let's not wait until 100% just because it's "expected". Grin

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March 19, 2018, 03:05:11 PM
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Individually I have in no way had reasons or have to update the s9 miners and I am talking many are as far back
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March 19, 2018, 03:28:39 PM
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Oh in case anyone didn't notice ... there was a diff change 18 hours ago ... JUST after the last block Smiley
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[2018-03-18 11:40:16.161+00] workinfo_add(): DIFF CHANGE: hi=514080 delta=5.23% new=3462542391191.6 prev=3290605988755.0
And of course the last block was 514075 at 2018‑03‑18 11:12:43 UTC

5.23% - well that's a lot better than the last couple Smiley
Does it make sense that some have bailed out due to profitability concerns (i.e. Electric cost & lower BTC-to-USD price)?

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March 19, 2018, 04:03:32 PM
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Oh in case anyone didn't notice ... there was a diff change 18 hours ago ... JUST after the last block Smiley
Code:
[2018-03-18 11:40:16.161+00] workinfo_add(): DIFF CHANGE: hi=514080 delta=5.23% new=3462542391191.6 prev=3290605988755.0
And of course the last block was 514075 at 2018‑03‑18 11:12:43 UTC

5.23% - well that's a lot better than the last couple Smiley
Does it make sense that some have bailed out due to profitability concerns (i.e. Electric cost & lower BTC-to-USD price)?

no point in spending money to keep the think on also if u turn it off it will save the life of the machine for when its more profitable again finialy if u can sell it for whaty u paid or better no loss
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March 19, 2018, 04:34:38 PM
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Oh in case anyone didn't notice ... there was a diff change 18 hours ago ... JUST after the last block Smiley
Code:
[2018-03-18 11:40:16.161+00] workinfo_add(): DIFF CHANGE: hi=514080 delta=5.23% new=3462542391191.6 prev=3290605988755.0
And of course the last block was 514075 at 2018‑03‑18 11:12:43 UTC

5.23% - well that's a lot better than the last couple Smiley
Does it make sense that some have bailed out due to profitability concerns (i.e. Electric cost & lower BTC-to-USD price)?
no point in spending money to keep the think on also if u turn it off it will save the life of the machine for when its more profitable again finialy if u can sell it for whaty u paid or better no loss
I hear that. Of course, I was mainly wondering about it from the perspective of it's easing affect on difficulty increases.

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March 19, 2018, 04:56:52 PM
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Guys,any ideas/thoughts/performance stats about the Pangolin Whatsminer M3X ?
Looking at its power consumption (1800-2100W according to the specs vs ~1300-1500W for an Antminer S9), in my opinion, it is only worth buying if you find it really cheap AND you have a cheap electricity. Also keep in mind that ~2kW power means the same amount of heat to dissipate. So you will need to provide a better cooling as well. The difference is not so big if you buy just a few devices. But it gets significant if you plan to get a lot of them.
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March 19, 2018, 04:59:01 PM
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Oh in case anyone didn't notice ... there was a diff change 18 hours ago ... JUST after the last block Smiley
Code:
[2018-03-18 11:40:16.161+00] workinfo_add(): DIFF CHANGE: hi=514080 delta=5.23% new=3462542391191.6 prev=3290605988755.0
And of course the last block was 514075 at 2018‑03‑18 11:12:43 UTC

5.23% - well that's a lot better than the last couple Smiley
Does it make sense that some have bailed out due to profitability concerns (i.e. Electric cost & lower BTC-to-USD price)?
no point in spending money to keep the think on also if u turn it off it will save the life of the machine for when its more profitable again finialy if u can sell it for whaty u paid or better no loss
I hear that. Of course, I was mainly wondering about it from the perspective of it's easing affect on difficulty increases.

dose difficulty ever go down ? like if bitman was to shut off all there machines in the world would the difficulty get easy again Cheesy
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March 19, 2018, 05:05:16 PM
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dose difficulty ever go down ? like if bitman was to shut off all there machines in the world would the difficulty get easy again Cheesy

It has in the past, I think it was in September or November last year?  As more and more machines come online, the difficulty increases, that's the way this game works. 
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March 19, 2018, 05:27:18 PM
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dose difficulty ever go down ? like if bitman was to shut off all there machines in the world would the difficulty get easy again Cheesy

It has in the past, I think it was in September or November last year?  As more and more machines come online, the difficulty increases, that's the way this game works. 

Yep, bitcoin is designed to keep the world wide average block finding time right around 10 minutes by adjusting difficulty.  If hash rate drops significantly the average block finding time would increase so the diff would decrease to keep it roughly at 10 minutes.

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March 19, 2018, 06:13:33 PM
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Hello, everyone.  I just wanted to announce that in approximately nine hours, I'm going to take a snapshot of the Kano Pool Stats page. Everyone mining on Kano Pool at that time with a hash rate between 100 GHs and 50 THs inclusive has one entry into a drawing held immediately thereafter. The drawn entry will receive approximately 96 hours (~4 days) of my old S3 mining under their Kano Pool User Name.

Right now, the plan is to do this on a weekly basis.


If anyone affected by this wishes to opt out, please pm me.
The miner providing the equipment for this Small Miner Bonus Hash Giveaway will not be entered, so everyone else's chances are a little better.



The provider of this in no way warrants that they will be liable for outages or hash not supplied due to circumstances beyond his/her control.
In the event of any dispute, the final word belongs to Kano.


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March 19, 2018, 06:24:47 PM
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dose difficulty ever go down ? like if bitman was to shut off all there machines in the world would the difficulty get easy again Cheesy

Yes, difficulty can go down
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March 19, 2018, 06:34:08 PM
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Looking for a good deal on Hashing contracts.
I got ripped off by https://www.cryptomining247.com/ last year.
They payed out for a couple months then zip zero zilch!
I like the idea of renting hash power over time and I don't have several thousand dollars to invest in machines right now so...
Anyone know a reputable site?
Thanks in advance!


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March 19, 2018, 06:47:17 PM
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dose difficulty ever go down ? like if bitman was to shut off all there machines in the world would the difficulty get easy again Cheesy

It has in the past, I think it was in September or November last year?  As more and more machines come online, the difficulty increases, that's the way this game works. 

Yep, bitcoin is designed to keep the world wide average block finding time right around 10 minutes by adjusting difficulty.  If hash rate drops significantly the average block finding time would increase so the diff would decrease to keep it roughly at 10 minutes.

thx u i have always wondered that lol
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March 19, 2018, 07:00:46 PM
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Hello, everyone.  I just wanted to announce that in approximately nine hours, I'm going to take a snapshot of the Kano Pool Stats page. Everyone mining on Kano Pool at that time with a hash rate between 100 GHs and 50 THs inclusive has one entry into a drawing held immediately thereafter. The drawn entry will receive approximately 96 hours (~4 days) of my old S3 mining under their Kano Pool User Name.

Right now, the plan is to do this on a weekly basis.
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Bravo! Great idea. Grin

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