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Author Topic: [40-400PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9%fee 4.1of10BTC giveaway 🐈 US,UK,JP,NYA,OR,DE,SG  (Read 5194989 times)
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March 19, 2018, 07:30:27 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!



Most hashing contracts (not all but most) are scams of some sort. If they are legitimate, once you do the math they won't be cheap and there will not be any assurance of return. In this business, like most businesses, you can't get something for nothing. If a hashing contract is legitimate you will have to pay them an amount such that they can bank on a return on their machines - and you take all the uncertainty of bitcoin price falling or difficulty rising.

Nicehash is mostly legitimate (not strictly a hashing contract but a rental of hashpower), and once you run the numbers it works out that you will pay very close to your expected return.
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March 19, 2018, 07:43:37 PM
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Shared!!! And linked the original Pass the Hash post!!! I will keep spreading the word!!! Great work!!! Thank You!!!


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March 19, 2018, 07:46:04 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!



I currently have about 5 months left on contract. Depending on a few factors, I will probably break even.

I won't outright call them scams; most operate on what have been called here "Chinese business principles". That being said, I only put into it what I was prepared to totally lose and hoped for the best.  Not exactly a scientific investment plan, but....



MINE ON!!!

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March 19, 2018, 07:55:02 PM
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Nicehash is mostly legitimate (not strictly a hashing contract but a rental of hashpower), and once you run the numbers it works out that you will pay very close to your expected return.
Their advertising directly implies that you will pay well above your expected return ...
Of course that's also not true, but they say it to attract ignorant miners to put their miners on there.

One catch with nicehash is that you have no idea about the miners being used at all ... and ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1002086.0

After our shocking run of bad luck in October, where half the pool hash rate was from nicehash during that bad luck,
whenever I see a nicehash IP address/subnet I ban it forever on all servers Tongue

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March 19, 2018, 08:23:28 PM
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For anyone mining to nonce.kano.is with Asicminer Tubes

I've switched it over to a different server 4 days ago, but the 'old' server is still running.
This means if you have reconnected since then, you'll have switched to the 'new' server.

So far half the users on there have switched over, the other half still mining to the 'old' server.
At 04:00 UTC (about 7.5hrs from now) I'll stop the 'old' server from accepting mining and connections, and the rest will switch over to the 'new' server.
This will just make the miners still on the 'old' server do a reconnect to the 'new' server.

Mine on! Smiley

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March 19, 2018, 08:32:38 PM
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Kano, I just want to thank you for your time and dedication to the pool. I have learned much about bitcoin mining since joining Kano pool. Thank you to all who contribute here too. The community is great.
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March 19, 2018, 08:40:07 PM
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Nicehash is mostly legitimate (not strictly a hashing contract but a rental of hashpower), and once you run the numbers it works out that you will pay very close to your expected return.
Their advertising directly implies that you will pay well above your expected return ...
Of course that's also not true, but they say it to attract ignorant miners to put their miners on there.

One catch with nicehash is that you have no idea about the miners being used at all ... and ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1002086.0

After our shocking run of bad luck in October, where half the pool hash rate was from nicehash during that bad luck,
whenever I see a nicehash IP address/subnet I ban it forever on all servers Tongue

why is nicehash bad luck for us ?
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March 19, 2018, 08:57:51 PM
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Nicehash is mostly legitimate (not strictly a hashing contract but a rental of hashpower), and once you run the numbers it works out that you will pay very close to your expected return.
Their advertising directly implies that you will pay well above your expected return ...
Of course that's also not true, but they say it to attract ignorant miners to put their miners on there.

One catch with nicehash is that you have no idea about the miners being used at all ... and ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1002086.0

After our shocking run of bad luck in October, where half the pool hash rate was from nicehash during that bad luck,
whenever I see a nicehash IP address/subnet I ban it forever on all servers Tongue

why is nicehash bad luck for us ?

Because of the potential for block withholding...read the Kano post in the link above to get more info.

I proudly mine at the KanoPool, the Best Bitcoin Pool in the World!
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March 19, 2018, 09:11:41 PM
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Just received my 6 S9s from Bitmain. Now what to do with the 4 I don't have room for?    Huh
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March 19, 2018, 09:13:06 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.


MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!!!!!

That’s awesome. I just added a few more miners so I don’t qualify anymore but hope it goes to good use.
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March 19, 2018, 09:15:44 PM
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Just received my 6 S9s from Bitmain. Now what to do with the 4 I don't have room for?    Huh


Light 'em on fire, that will help difficulty for us. 
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March 19, 2018, 09:16:00 PM
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Nicehash is mostly legitimate (not strictly a hashing contract but a rental of hashpower), and once you run the numbers it works out that you will pay very close to your expected return.
Their advertising directly implies that you will pay well above your expected return ...
Of course that's also not true, but they say it to attract ignorant miners to put their miners on there.

One catch with nicehash is that you have no idea about the miners being used at all ... and ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1002086.0

After our shocking run of bad luck in October, where half the pool hash rate was from nicehash during that bad luck,
whenever I see a nicehash IP address/subnet I ban it forever on all servers Tongue

why is nicehash bad luck for us ?

Um ... as I said above Smiley
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After our shocking run of bad luck in October, where half the pool hash rate was from nicehash during that bad luck,
whenever I see a nicehash IP address/subnet I ban it forever on all servers Tongue

I also did a software upgrade to KDB to do full share hashing/checking and difficulty comparison with the value from the ckpool software and reran it on a test server, on over 3 months of data from before the bad luck to after it.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg24423914#msg24423914
This found no problems with the shares submitted ...

So either the end of October was simply just bad luck ... or there's something wrong with nicehash.

Either way, nicehash is a bad idea to rent from since you have an expected loss.

If you're the gambling addicted type Smiley ... there's a few pools that suit that due to bizarre payout schemes that are luck based, or solo, which is even more risky with anything under about 20-30PH now

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March 19, 2018, 09:27:31 PM
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Just received my 6 S9s from Bitmain. Now what to do with the 4 I don't have room for?    Huh


Light 'em on fire, that will help difficulty for us. 

Out o' power.
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March 19, 2018, 09:30:34 PM
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Just received my 6 S9s from Bitmain. Now what to do with the 4 I don't have room for?    Huh

List them on e-bay or one of the selling threads here.  Might as well recover what you can from them.

I mined bitcoin for a living at Kano.is until the recent slump
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March 19, 2018, 10:05:10 PM
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Just received my 6 S9s from Bitmain. Now what to do with the 4 I don't have room for?    Huh

Colocation maybe??? I know alot are full, but you just might find an open spot.

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 19, 2018, 10:50:04 PM
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Offer them for sale with a condition that the new owner will mine on Kano pool! Smiley
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March 19, 2018, 11:18:17 PM
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Interested in hearing what may be considered fair pricing for an S7 with PSU


Nothing happens until something moves.

MINE ON WITH KANO........except DPoS2
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March 19, 2018, 11:31:48 PM
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Nicehash is mostly legitimate (not strictly a hashing contract but a rental of hashpower), and once you run the numbers it works out that you will pay very close to your expected return.
Their advertising directly implies that you will pay well above your expected return ...
Of course that's also not true, but they say it to attract ignorant miners to put their miners on there.

One catch with nicehash is that you have no idea about the miners being used at all ... and ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1002086.0

After our shocking run of bad luck in October, where half the pool hash rate was from nicehash during that bad luck,
whenever I see a nicehash IP address/subnet I ban it forever on all servers Tongue

why is nicehash bad luck for us ?

Because of the potential for block withholding...read the Kano post in the link above to get more info.

i read the article i guess i jst dont understand what good it dose them to hold a block can they then submit it under a different solo machine or something ?
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March 19, 2018, 11:35:44 PM
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i read the article i guess i jst dont understand what good it dose them to hold a block can they then submit it under a different solo machine or something ?
You can't change a block so that someone else gets it.
Not possible.

However, as I said on that thread, there's a number of reasons why to to it - none of which are a loss to the owner of the mining hardware.
... and other reasons as listed there.

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March 20, 2018, 12:57:34 AM
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Is it just Canaan's 2,000 Th/s that goes on and off that keeps throwing the diff changes?
9xgjs valentina   Mar‑19 23:03:18   50m 56s   36.594M   2.584M   51.44THs   3.620k   10,108.90   0   0   0.00%
9xgct ur   Mar‑19 22:13:52   49m 26s   39.820M   12.222k   57.66THs   3.146k   12,657.35   0   0   0.00%
9xg72 tenshi   Mar‑19 21:22:15   51m 37s   40.288M   49.900k   55.88THs   3.183k   12,657.23   0   0   0.00%
9xfyz sena   Mar‑19 20:33:58   48m 17s   37.380M   24.493k   55.41THs   2.951k   12,666.95   0   0   0.00%
9xftc rem   Mar‑19 19:41:39   52m 19s   40.162M   75.103k   54.95THs   3.173k   12,657.29   0   0   0.00%
9xfn7 quinn   Mar‑19 18:49:26   52m 12s   39.378M   25.301k   53.99THs   3.111k   12,657.77   0   0   0.00%
9xff3 patema   Mar‑19 17:57:52   51m 35s   38.717M   38.388k   53.73THs   3.059k   12,656.73   0   0   0.00%
9xf8z origami   Mar‑19 17:06:00   51m 52s   40.504M   50.667k   55.90THs   3.200k   12,657.47   0   0   0.00%
9xf2x nodoka   Mar‑19 16:15:34   50m 25s   39.240M   51.524k   55.71THs   3.097k   12,670.28   0   0   0.00%
9xev2 mutsumi   Mar‑19 15:25:00   50m 34s   40.239M   25.350k   56.96THs   3.179k   12,657.85   0   0   0.00%
9xep4 lucy   Mar‑19 14:34:42   50m 18s   36.219M   53.734k   51.55THs   3.467k   10,446.69   0   0   0.00%
9xeh8 kosaki   Mar‑19 13:44:06   50m 36s   37.835M   69.884k   53.52THs   3.362k   11,253.67   0   0   0.00%
9xeba juvia   Mar‑19 12:53:41   50m 25s   37.257M   68.738k   52.89THs   3.191k   11,675.74   0   0   0.00%
9xe5e ichiko   Mar‑19 12:02:12   51m 28s   40.210M   24.041k   55.92THs   3.216k   12,503.24   0   0   0.00%
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