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April 26, 2018, 12:57:24 AM
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Ok, so I'm surprised that after changing from 88 blocks to 108 blocks, the top block is till 90.24% for luck. Is it because only the top 100 are relevant even though it shows 108?
It's "100 (Block) Luck%"
So at 'that' block what is the last "100 (Block) Luck%"
It's not related to the web page size Smiley

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April 26, 2018, 01:25:35 AM
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Nice My electrical company FINALLY figured out my bill.  Dec 8 to Mar 7  18762 kWh   Mar 7 - Apr 8  was 7974 kWh  Grand total of 26 736 kWh

Problem is they lied to me what the rates were for all them other fees..  so what I thought was going to be around 7-8 cents ends up being 10-11.5 cents.

4 months it took them to get this convoluted math.  Yet I am still puzzled at the 7974 kWh for the one month, becuase each s9 uses 11kwh x 6 = 6600, and the 650 - 700 i use for everything else should only be 7200.  So this mysterious 700-800 kwh more may be a bad meter.  ITS OLD.  I thought it would be reading less.

So Yeah, now I have a 3200 dollar bill all at once.  PRICKS.  The preauthorized max for credit cards is 2500, so the whole bill cannot even be paid hahah.

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My electric company still hasn't figured out mine yet - still billing me ~$200 a month, instead of $2000

My automatic payment max limit set by them/bank is $1500

Gonna be a bitch when they figure this out ...

If you're on a budget billing average system with your power company, they will send you a bill at the end of the budget-payment-period for the amount that was not 'budgeted' for and expect a balloon payment. Had that happen once. Never again. LOL
Thank god for solar and the fed and state incentives. Not me, but many people can give the power companies the middle finger so they can all go EFF off.

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April 26, 2018, 01:39:48 AM
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I just happened to look at the minergain home page comparing Kano and slush.  They are 3EH now but the returns for the week is almost double with Kano - even with a couple longer blocks.  Kano has had 24 blocks since 3/25 and the other had 588.  It is amazing the impact the pool hash makes on the earnings for each block.  So I for one will always Mine On with Kano!

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April 26, 2018, 03:05:51 AM
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I just happened to look at the minergain home page comparing Kano and slush.  They are 3EH now but the returns for the week is almost double with Kano - even with a couple longer blocks.  Kano has had 24 blocks since 3/25 and the other had 588.  It is amazing the impact the pool hash makes on the earnings for each block.  So I for one will always Mine On with Kano!

Given that Slush uses a 1.5 hour calculation for hash submission and average block time seems to be > 1.5 hours ... a lot of hash seems to just contribute to global warming

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24 Hour average:
Calculated hashrate from block solution rate: 3.0EH
Reported hashrate from Slushpool: 3.2EH

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April 26, 2018, 03:23:30 AM
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I just happened to look at the minergain home page comparing Kano and slush.  They are 3EH now but the returns for the week is almost double with Kano - even with a couple longer blocks.  Kano has had 24 blocks since 3/25 and the other had 588.  It is amazing the impact the pool hash makes on the earnings for each block.  So I for one will always Mine On with Kano!

Given that Slush uses a 1.5 hour calculation for hash submission and average block time seems to be > 1.5 hours ... a lot of hash seems to just contribute to global warming

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24 Hour average:
Calculated hashrate from block solution rate: 3.0EH
Reported hashrate from Slushpool: 3.2EH

One cant help but think, they broke something with the changes they made recently... Grin
I say change away slushies!
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April 26, 2018, 03:53:10 AM
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I just happened to look at the minergain home page comparing Kano and slush.  They are 3EH now but the returns for the week is almost double with Kano - even with a couple longer blocks.  Kano has had 24 blocks since 3/25 and the other had 588.  It is amazing the impact the pool hash makes on the earnings for each block.  So I for one will always Mine On with Kano!

Given that Slush uses a 1.5 hour calculation for hash submission and average block time seems to be > 1.5 hours ... a lot of hash seems to just contribute to global warming

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24 Hour average:
Calculated hashrate from block solution rate: 3.0EH
Reported hashrate from Slushpool: 3.2EH

One cant help but think, they broke something with the changes they made recently... Grin
I say change away slushies!

Don't think it's new - when mining with Slush your effective hash rate is approximately 5% less than actual, and then add another 1.1% in fees.



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April 26, 2018, 03:57:48 AM
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Funny I noticed this lower hash rate too with the exact same S9's .... I was a bit skeptical...  it was good in the feb dry spell, but I came back.  They started to lose luck too after I left, and its never been the same.  Tough this mining....  the grass seems greener on the other side, but it actually just had more cow manure..... :-P
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April 26, 2018, 04:03:26 AM
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so i finally have everything i need to get my 841 working
...and it wont hash
HELP!!!
i am so disappointed, i hope its me 

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April 26, 2018, 04:10:11 AM
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so i finally have everything i need to get my 841 working
...and it wont hash
HELP!!!
i am so disappointed, i hope its me  

Hey man sorry to hear. If you want to post in the bitcoin>mining>support, or in this thread, someone will be able to help you troubleshoot through everything.

The linked thread is a troubleshooting/setup guide by Haggsfin he was trained at the Canaan head office. Wherever you post give as much info as possible. Starting from how you are powering the Pi, right up to the colour you see on the 841 as well as the AUC. Info like your power supply and voltage of the circuit are good to have as well.

Good luck

Edit: Just don't want to gum up the pool thread; Mine On

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April 26, 2018, 04:16:00 AM
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so i finally have everything i need to get my 841 working
...and it wont hash
HELP!!!
i am so disappointed, i hope its me  

Hey man sorry to hear. If you want to post in the bitcoin>mining>support, or in this thread, someone will be able to help you troubleshoot through everything.

The linked thread is a troubleshooting/setup guide by Haggsfin he was trained at the Canaan head office. Wherever you post give as much info as possible. Starting from how you are powering the Pi, right up to the colour you see on the 841 as well as the AUC. Info like your power supply and voltage of the circuit are good to have as well.

Good luck

Edit: Just don't want to gum up the pool thread; Mine On

Thank. I will pass by there

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April 26, 2018, 05:15:32 AM
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so i finally have everything i need to get my 841 working
...and it wont hash
HELP!!!
i am so disappointed, i hope its me  

Hey man sorry to hear. If you want to post in the bitcoin>mining>support, or in this thread, someone will be able to help you troubleshoot through everything.

The linked thread is a troubleshooting/setup guide by Haggsfin he was trained at the Canaan head office. Wherever you post give as much info as possible. Starting from how you are powering the Pi, right up to the colour you see on the 841 as well as the AUC. Info like your power supply and voltage of the circuit are good to have as well.

Good luck

Edit: Just don't want to gum up the pool thread; Mine On

Thank. I will pass by there

Make sure no spaces in the stratum and worker name.   
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April 26, 2018, 06:05:23 AM
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 Grin

My electric company still hasn't figured out mine yet - still billing me ~$200 a month, instead of $2000

My automatic payment max limit set by them/bank is $1500

Gonna be a bitch when they figure this out ...

Spoke too soon - they came over just now to confirm the electrical load (48A) total

Had to change the meter so all miners offline for a few hours.

Thank God for 5Nd!

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April 26, 2018, 06:18:28 AM
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Today to me will bring (Fedex) T9+ and it will be connected here  Wink
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April 26, 2018, 09:08:32 AM
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We'll facing another two week difficulty increase tomorrow. Mine on!

https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin-difficulty.html#3m

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April 26, 2018, 09:14:06 AM
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In the meantime, I've included T9+ here  Wink
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April 26, 2018, 09:18:52 AM
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In the meantime, I've included T9+ here  Wink

Np and thank you. I just hope we don't get another 8.5% increase.

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April 26, 2018, 09:25:16 AM
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In the meantime, I've included T9+ here  Wink

Np and thank you. I just hope we don't get another 8.5% increase.
It is necessary to entice people from other pools  Grin
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April 26, 2018, 09:32:41 AM
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Np and thank you. I just hope we don't get another 8.5% increase.

Here is the site I tend to go to when checking... although I tend to not check to much these days as I've realized it is what it is.

So at this time 135 blocks to go and looks like a 6.14% increase.

https://fork.lol/pow/retarget

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April 26, 2018, 10:42:58 AM
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Still really surprises me that difficulty still rising at 5-8% every 2 weeks, considering price has done nothing but drop over the past few months. Granted we’re in a reasonable upswing, and let’s hope price keeps going up.

But at the same time, I don’t want the hashrate to explode this year either Sad
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April 26, 2018, 01:07:25 PM
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Spoke too soon - they came over just now to confirm the electrical load (48A) total
Impressive draw - a great deal at $200/mo!  If you could have kept that rate, I'd have moved my miners into your basement.

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