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July 12, 2018, 07:52:58 PM
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BTCamm!!! We're on a Roll!!!
Note: No notification from discord's block buddy for me.
but minergain sent the alert!  Yeah for a cryptostar double block day!

I'm sure it did!!! Ha!!! I guess I should see if I can get my phone or Tablet hooked up to that. Great service by the way!!!
Thanks much.  Its easy once you sign up for the free account.  Just set your text message "email address"  (phonenumber@vtext.com for example) in the preferences and then select the pool and set how frequently you want the notification via email / text for it.  

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July 12, 2018, 09:12:44 PM
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Block by cryptostar! Cheesy

This is our 2nd of BLOCK THURSDAY! Cheesy Cheesy
So anyone notice the evil deeds of segwit today?

That was a 1.9MByte block but only 0.05067870 BTC in fees

There's been a few blocks that size today aroung 1.9Mb or 2Mb
Sux segwit filling up the block chain with crap Sad

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July 12, 2018, 09:23:40 PM
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I am curious, does anyone use mineral oil or BitCool liquid to cool your miners. If so can you PM me. I have some questions. I am battling heat and without cutting holes into the building I am renting I need other solutions. Thanks in advance.

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July 12, 2018, 09:41:06 PM
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Anyone connecting to the SG node.
There's major network problems from SG to the US for the past 50 minutes with that node.
I've been trying to get AWS to take notice of the problem but so far no response Sad
I'll post again if I get a response or they fix the network issue.

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July 12, 2018, 09:49:54 PM
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I am curious, does anyone use mineral oil or BitCool liquid to cool your miners. If so can you PM me. I have some questions. I am battling heat and without cutting holes into the building I am renting I need other solutions. Thanks in advance.

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I've heard there are issues with it eating plastic away.  I worked at Cray Research years ago and we liquid cooled the Cray 3 with Fluorinert (not sure of the spelling).  It was inert to just about everything and supposedly you could even drink it - not that any of us technicians tried it.  It also would not release a chemical cloud if a chip did burn up which I guess also can be a concern if anywhere near your living area.  I have not seen anything specifically about using that chemical, but obviously some pretty high ups did a lot of research years ago.  There are probably lots of other options too now since that was almost 20 years ago - but I see it is still available, so it must still be a viable product.

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July 12, 2018, 09:50:43 PM
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I am curious, does anyone use mineral oil or BitCool liquid to cool your miners. If so can you PM me. I have some questions. I am battling heat and without cutting holes into the building I am renting I need other solutions. Thanks in advance.

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I can help you with cooling calculations with ACs from experience with mining at home for a good period.
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July 12, 2018, 09:52:15 PM
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BTCamm!!! We're on a Roll!!!


Note: No notification from discord's block buddy for me.

It appeared to be down for a couple of minutes when the block was hit.  I tried both on my phone and my desktop and could not get to the Kano Text Channel at first.
Well I'd expect that there were probably a very large number of people on Discord US-West sitting there wondering what was going on and of course Discord fixed it reasonably quickly.

But the Discord server channel runs well - we have 110 people who have joined so far which is awesome Smiley

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July 12, 2018, 10:03:12 PM
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Anyone connecting to the SG node.
There's major network problems from SG to the US for the past 50 minutes with that node.
I've been trying to get AWS to take notice of the problem but so far no response Sad
I'll post again if I get a response or they fix the network issue.
Looks like the connection has finally come back to life ... crossing fingers and hoping it will stay alive.

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July 12, 2018, 10:07:44 PM
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Block by cryptostar! Cheesy

This is our 2nd of BLOCK THURSDAY! Cheesy Cheesy
So anyone notice the evil deeds of segwit today?

That was a 1.9MByte block but only 0.05067870 BTC in fees

There's been a few blocks that size today aroung 1.9Mb or 2Mb
Sux segwit filling up the block chain with crap Sad

I hated segwit right from the start Sad

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July 12, 2018, 10:32:09 PM
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I am curious, does anyone use mineral oil or BitCool liquid to cool your miners. If so can you PM me. I have some questions. I am battling heat and without cutting holes into the building I am renting I need other solutions. Thanks in advance.

Jason
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I've heard there are issues with it eating plastic away.  I worked at Cray Research years ago and we liquid cooled the Cray 3 with Fluorinert (not sure of the spelling).  It was inert to just about everything and supposedly you could even drink it - not that any of us technicians tried it.  It also would not release a chemical cloud if a chip did burn up which I guess also can be a concern if anywhere near your living area.  I have not seen anything specifically about using that chemical, but obviously some pretty high ups did a lot of research years ago.  There are probably lots of other options too now since that was almost 20 years ago - but I see it is still available, so it must still be a viable product.

Ah, miss those pretty Cray YMPs!

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July 12, 2018, 10:57:17 PM
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Block by cryptostar! Cheesy

This is our 2nd of BLOCK THURSDAY! Cheesy Cheesy
So anyone notice the evil deeds of segwit today?

That was a 1.9MByte block but only 0.05067870 BTC in fees

There's been a few blocks that size today aroung 1.9Mb or 2Mb
Sux segwit filling up the block chain with crap Sad

I hated segwit right from the start Sad
It had 105 segwit transactions like this paying crap 1sat/vByte 100 inputs 1 output
https://btc.com/21555f5a80c49071b57d26f0aee7caae73e4a3f3f4486f664df73489a1989661
Being a total of ~750Kb of the block space
(and about 0.0075 BTC in fees)

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July 12, 2018, 11:01:25 PM
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"Kiss a BTClockie good mornin'. Mine 'em like a miner 'til I get back home. (And then we'll)
Kiss a BTClockie good evenin'. Mine 'em like a miner 'til I wake back up."
Aaaaaanndd... There's the evenin' smooch! Kiss

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July 13, 2018, 01:58:49 AM
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So anyone notice the evil deeds of segwit today?

That was a 1.9MByte block but only 0.05067870 BTC in fees

There's been a few blocks that size today aroung 1.9Mb or 2Mb
Sux segwit filling up the block chain with crap Sad
I hated segwit right from the start Sad
It had 105 segwit transactions like this paying crap 1sat/vByte 100 inputs 1 output
https://btc.com/21555f5a80c49071b57d26f0aee7caae73e4a3f3f4486f664df73489a1989661
Being a total of ~750Kb of the block space
(and about 0.0075 BTC in fees)
Maybe I'm not thinking about all the angles here, but wouldn't this be good if you were the one paying that fee?

I understand it's not good for us miners, but what about the people consolidating these transactions, for example?

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July 13, 2018, 02:20:06 AM
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Ah, miss those pretty Cray YMPs!
pretty close to what is on your phone now.  Amazing how technology changes!

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July 13, 2018, 02:42:57 AM
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So anyone notice the evil deeds of segwit today?

That was a 1.9MByte block but only 0.05067870 BTC in fees

There's been a few blocks that size today aroung 1.9Mb or 2Mb
Sux segwit filling up the block chain with crap Sad
I hated segwit right from the start Sad
It had 105 segwit transactions like this paying crap 1sat/vByte 100 inputs 1 output
https://btc.com/21555f5a80c49071b57d26f0aee7caae73e4a3f3f4486f664df73489a1989661
Being a total of ~750Kb of the block space
(and about 0.0075 BTC in fees)
Maybe I'm not thinking about all the angles here, but wouldn't this be good if you were the one paying that fee?

I understand it's not good for us miners, but what about the people consolidating these transactions, for example?

I see where your logic is but we mine on a pool that gives the transaction fees back to the miners.  That is a huge perk of mining here.  After each halving it's the transaction fees that help make up the difference so let's cheer and dance for those fees Cheesy

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July 13, 2018, 02:44:39 AM
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So anyone notice the evil deeds of segwit today?

That was a 1.9MByte block but only 0.05067870 BTC in fees

There's been a few blocks that size today aroung 1.9Mb or 2Mb
Sux segwit filling up the block chain with crap Sad
I hated segwit right from the start Sad
It had 105 segwit transactions like this paying crap 1sat/vByte 100 inputs 1 output
https://btc.com/21555f5a80c49071b57d26f0aee7caae73e4a3f3f4486f664df73489a1989661
Being a total of ~750Kb of the block space
(and about 0.0075 BTC in fees)
Maybe I'm not thinking about all the angles here, but wouldn't this be good if you were the one paying that fee?

I understand it's not good for us miners, but what about the people consolidating these transactions, for example?
There's no trouble consolidating non-segwit transactions.

It's 750Kb of a 1.9Mb block - 10500 inputs - for 1sat/Byte
Nope I don't see how that's good at all.
1.7 times the size of a (current) standard block - 1.7 times the data to transmit and store that block ... for 0.0075 BTC

It's someone taking advantage of segwit's and core's anti-non-segwit design.
But it also looks like segwit spam if you look at the transactions.

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July 13, 2018, 03:06:51 AM
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Maybe I'm not thinking about all the angles here, but wouldn't this be good if you were the one paying that fee?

I understand it's not good for us miners, but what about the people consolidating these transactions, for example?
There's no trouble consolidating non-segwit transactions.

It's 750Kb of a 1.9Mb block - 10500 inputs - for 1sat/Byte
Nope I don't see how that's good at all.
1.7 times the size of a (current) standard block - 1.7 times the data to transmit and store that block ... for 0.0075 BTC

It's someone taking advantage of segwit's and core's anti-non-segwit design.
But it also looks like segwit spam if you look at the transactions.
Maybe I misunderstood how much the transaction fee was for that 100-into-1 transaction. I just did something like that for my mining rewards--90s-into-1--and it was 0.00013808 BTC.

Edit: So, is it more/less/same expensive for segwit transactions?

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July 14, 2018, 12:19:21 AM
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Maybe I'm not thinking about all the angles here, but wouldn't this be good if you were the one paying that fee?

I understand it's not good for us miners, but what about the people consolidating these transactions, for example?
There's no trouble consolidating non-segwit transactions.

It's 750Kb of a 1.9Mb block - 10500 inputs - for 1sat/Byte
Nope I don't see how that's good at all.
1.7 times the size of a (current) standard block - 1.7 times the data to transmit and store that block ... for 0.0075 BTC

It's someone taking advantage of segwit's and core's anti-non-segwit design.
But it also looks like segwit spam if you look at the transactions.
Maybe I misunderstood how much the transaction fee was for that 100-into-1 transaction. I just did something like that for my mining rewards--90s-into-1--and it was 0.00013808 BTC.

Edit: So, is it more/less/same expensive for segwit transactions?
segwit transactions are coded in corecoin to be valued at 1/4 the fees of normal transactions.

Actually ... heh - when I looked at that code - it's almost 2 years ago now that they wrote it I think.
I should find that 4 and change it to 1 in our nodes ...

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July 14, 2018, 12:24:05 AM
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segwit transactions are coded in corecoin to be valued at 1/4 the fees of normal transactions.

Actually ... heh - when I looked at that code - it's almost 2 years ago now that they wrote it I think.
I should find that 4 and change it to 1 in our nodes ...

I had to bite, lol.

Would that do anything? aren't the transactions already broadcast with the fee? So making that change wouldn't be able to just grab more fees.
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July 14, 2018, 12:27:45 AM
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segwit transactions are coded in corecoin to be valued at 1/4 the fees of normal transactions.

Actually ... heh - when I looked at that code - it's almost 2 years ago now that they wrote it I think.
I should find that 4 and change it to 1 in our nodes ...

I had to bite, lol.

Would that do anything? aren't the transactions already broadcast with the fee? So making that change wouldn't be able to just grab more fees.
It would mean that if there was a space availability issue in the block work, it would be weighted the same as normal transactions when vying for the available space.

Edit: I'll have to do so more changes to deal with transactions shortly anyway.
Core took out something that only pools would use ... gee I wonder why they would do that? Tongue
Something that I've used when blocks were full - to force our payout transaction into the pool work: priority.
So I'l have to do more changes to the transaction selection code anyway and I'll remove the 4x then if possible also.

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