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Author Topic: [30-400PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9%fee 3.9of10BTC giveaway 🐈 US,NL,JP,NYA,OR,SG  (Read 5220952 times)
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October 30, 2018, 01:25:24 PM
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I don't know why I cannot find any email contact for Kanois but I just think it would be nice to have something there for people if they have questions or concerns. this hiding away is not a nice way to do business anyhow my username is willsha and I just started mining again after a year off and it's my third day, of course, I'm back with kano pool as it has been good for a number of reasons. so I just wanted to ask the administrator or boss or support, that I have not received a reward as of yet and I'm starting to wonder if there is something wrong with my account or if it was blocked due to not in use for a year or what?
I don't recall having even one issue when I was mining before so I hope it's going to be ok.
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You've been paid most of your mining, just not the dust rewards - amounts under 0.00010000 BTC

The dust will be paid out after I finish the new accounting, which still isn't finished.




thanx for the prompt reply, i am not concerned about dust, its just that ive forgotten how long was the wait for the first payment as i have just started again and its been three days, you could probably see the new worker working at 12th as we speak.

ps. its been a year since i had anything to do with all this so sorry if im breaking any rules by bolding the first msg post and forgetting this was the place to get in contact, lucky my hunch was right and i have found you guys again.
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October 30, 2018, 10:15:49 PM
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Hey guys, after some challenges finally got my 15 S9s up and running but I've noticed my hashrates on the machines have dropped quite a bit.  For instance when I was running 4 machines each machine would clock in consistently at 13.5-15th/s but now my machines drop as low as 8th/s and run between 10th and 13th.  All conditions staying the same is there any reasoning why having more workers could reduce the THs?  My miners are all running at a temp of 68-72 degrees and the air is a low 23% humidity.  I'm just breaking 200 T/Hs but I was hoping to be more in the 220s.  Any feedback is appreciated.
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October 30, 2018, 10:22:02 PM
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Hey guys, after some challenges finally got my 15 S9s up and running but I've noticed my hashrates on the machines have dropped quite a bit.  For instance when I was running 4 machines each machine would clock in consistently at 13.5-15th/s but now my machines drop as low as 8th/s and run between 10th and 13th.  All conditions staying the same is there any reasoning why having more workers could reduce the THs?  My miners are all running at a temp of 68-72 degrees and the air is a low 23% humidity.  I'm just breaking 200 T/Hs but I was hoping to be more in the 220s.  Any feedback is appreciated.
Not sure if you are running the new firmware, but the consensus has been that it lowers your hash rate.

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October 30, 2018, 10:28:32 PM
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My machines were delivered direct from bitmain in August 2018, i havent updated any firmware myself.  Also since they were running the published 14TH prior to adding the additional machines I'd say this isnt firmware.  Literally all I've done is plug more machines in, could it due to internet bandwidth?  I'm in Canada and running them on an LTE cell phone network, I'm up north and dont have access to Fibre.
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October 30, 2018, 10:35:50 PM
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thanx for the prompt reply, i am not concerned about dust, its just that ive forgotten how long was the wait for the first payment as i have just started again and its been three days, you could probably see the new worker working at 12th as we speak.

ps. its been a year since i had anything to do with all this so sorry if im breaking any rules by bolding the first msg post and forgetting this was the place to get in contact, lucky my hunch was right and i have found you guys again.


well, you get a reward once we find a block. We have not hit a block for going on 7 days (152.5 hours) also you have diminished rewards as you ramp up - I think that takes about 7 days.

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October 31, 2018, 03:11:13 AM
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well, you get a reward once we find a block. We have not hit a block for going on 7 days (152.5 hours) also you have diminished rewards as you ramp up - I think that takes about 7 days.

Ramp up takes 5 block finds.  Normally, if we have 100% luck, that is on the order of 7 days, but it could be 3 days, or 10 days, or ...  whatever it takes to find 5 blocks.  

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October 31, 2018, 03:15:00 AM
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My machines were delivered direct from bitmain in August 2018, i havent updated any firmware myself.  Also since they were running the published 14TH prior to adding the additional machines I'd say this isnt firmware.  Literally all I've done is plug more machines in, could it due to internet bandwidth?  I'm in Canada and running them on an LTE cell phone network, I'm up north and dont have access to Fibre.

Well, the bandwidth per machine is pretty trivial, although latency is important.  Running over wifi is never recommended, latency can really suck.  

That said, having a machine go from 13.5 down into the 8-10 range normally means your having hash cards die.  Any chance your overloading your circuits and your voltage is dropping?  Can you plug in a meter and check?   Post screenshots of a couple of your lowest performing machine's miner status page and let us have a look.

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October 31, 2018, 09:00:37 PM
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OUCH!!!!   
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October 31, 2018, 09:06:09 PM
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Ouch is right... looks like a new record from our 108 block history
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October 31, 2018, 10:01:05 PM
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Ouch is right... looks like a new record from our 108 block history

Some of us were around the previous October....this is nothing.   
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October 31, 2018, 10:04:32 PM
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Ouch is right... looks like a new record from our 108 block history
Bah, well within expected values...
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Difficulty CDF Probability Above
50% 0.3934693403 1 in 1.6
100% 0.6321205588 1 in 2.7
200% 0.8646647168 1 in 7.4
300% 0.9502129316 1 in 20.1
400% 0.9816843611 1 in 54.6
500% 0.9932620530 1 in 148.4
600% 0.9975212478 1 in 403.4
666% 0.9987188536 1 in 780.6
700% 0.9990881180 1 in 1096.6
800% 0.9996645374 1 in 2981.0
900% 0.9998765902 1 in 8103.1
1000% 0.9999546001 1 in 22026.5
1400% 0.9999991685 1 in 1202604.3
We're expected to hit a 400%+ block every 55, and I can't drive 55!  Cheesy

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October 31, 2018, 11:37:14 PM
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well, you get a reward once we find a block. We have not hit a block for going on 7 days (152.5 hours) also you have diminished rewards as you ramp up - I think that takes about 7 days.

Ramp up takes 5 block finds.  Normally, if we have 100% luck, that is on the order of 7 days, but it could be 3 days, or 10 days, or ...  whatever it takes to find 5 blocks.  

wait, its 5 blocks to get ramp up? from the way it was explained to me was that it was between 7-8 days or was it 6-7 days? I was receiving full reward after like 3 or 4 blocks

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November 01, 2018, 12:34:09 AM
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Alright, i'm having chicken for diner tomorrow...

Be warned !

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November 01, 2018, 01:54:48 AM
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well, you get a reward once we find a block. We have not hit a block for going on 7 days (152.5 hours) also you have diminished rewards as you ramp up - I think that takes about 7 days.

Ramp up takes 5 block finds.  Normally, if we have 100% luck, that is on the order of 7 days, but it could be 3 days, or 10 days, or ...  whatever it takes to find 5 blocks.  

wait, its 5 blocks to get ramp up? from the way it was explained to me was that it was between 7-8 days or was it 6-7 days? I was receiving full reward after like 3 or 4 blocks
The 'ramp up' is 500% Difficulty = 5Nd

If luck was exactly 100% then that's 5 blocks.
The time of 5Nd is shown on Help->Payouts - it depends on the size of the pool and the network difficulty - which both change often.
The number of blocks found during that 5Nd has no bearing on it at all.

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November 01, 2018, 05:01:50 AM
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Yay! Our good ol' buddy 1FX brought us home a block! Thank ye, sir.

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November 01, 2018, 12:26:36 PM
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well, you get a reward once we find a block. We have not hit a block for going on 7 days (152.5 hours) also you have diminished rewards as you ramp up - I think that takes about 7 days.

Ramp up takes 5 block finds.  Normally, if we have 100% luck, that is on the order of 7 days, but it could be 3 days, or 10 days, or ...  whatever it takes to find 5 blocks.  

wait, its 5 blocks to get ramp up? from the way it was explained to me was that it was between 7-8 days or was it 6-7 days? I was receiving full reward after like 3 or 4 blocks
The 'ramp up' is 500% Difficulty = 5Nd

If luck was exactly 100% then that's 5 blocks.
The time of 5Nd is shown on Help->Payouts - it depends on the size of the pool and the network difficulty - which both change often.
The number of blocks found during that 5Nd has no bearing on it at all.

That is what I thought, so it is only 5 blocks if luck is exactly 100% otherwise it's about 7 days

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November 01, 2018, 12:29:49 PM
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Yay! Our good ol' buddy 1FX brought us home a block! Thank ye, sir.

Yep! hell of a way to start the month, with a block less than an hour into the day!

I just happened to still be up. My damn cable company pushed out a firmware update to my router - every time they do that, it causes havoc as the wifi is disabled and I have to log into the router directly and turn the wifi back on. I have several switches that are hooked to range extenders - I found this easier than running hundreds of feet of cat5 cable everywhere.

But I was happy to see the block! made me go faster to get my network back up, just in case we had another block right after lol

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November 01, 2018, 01:45:28 PM
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Yay! Our good ol' buddy 1FX brought us home a block! Thank ye, sir.

Yep! hell of a way to start the month, with a block less than an hour into the day!

I just happened to still be up. My damn cable company pushed out a firmware update to my router - every time they do that, it causes havoc as the wifi is disabled and I have to log into the router directly and turn the wifi back on. I have several switches that are hooked to range extenders - I found this easier than running hundreds of feet of cat5 cable everywhere.

But I was happy to see the block! made me go faster to get my network back up, just in case we had another block right after lol

The good thing about 5Nd is if we hit a block while your wifi is down you would not lose anything...it would be just a blip on your HR chart! Cheesy

This is our 1st of BLOCK NOVEMBER! Cheesy

Time to get the block party cracking! Cheesy

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Yay! Our good ol' buddy 1FX brought us home a block! Thank ye, sir.

Yep! hell of a way to start the month, with a block less than an hour into the day!

I just happened to still be up. My damn cable company pushed out a firmware update to my router - every time they do that, it causes havoc as the wifi is disabled and I have to log into the router directly and turn the wifi back on. I have several switches that are hooked to range extenders - I found this easier than running hundreds of feet of cat5 cable everywhere.

But I was happy to see the block! made me go faster to get my network back up, just in case we had another block right after lol

The good thing about 5Nd is if we hit a block while your wifi is down you would not lose anything...it would be just a blip on your HR chart! Cheesy

This is our 1st of BLOCK NOVEMBER! Cheesy

Time to get the block party cracking! Cheesy

can lose a little though as my overall contribution would drop - especially if I had not caught it before bed, then it would have been offline for 5-6 hours.

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November 02, 2018, 02:51:32 PM
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Yay! Our good ol' buddy 1FX brought us home a block! Thank ye, sir.

Yep! hell of a way to start the month, with a block less than an hour into the day!

I just happened to still be up. My damn cable company pushed out a firmware update to my router - every time they do that, it causes havoc as the wifi is disabled and I have to log into the router directly and turn the wifi back on. I have several switches that are hooked to range extenders - I found this easier than running hundreds of feet of cat5 cable everywhere.

But I was happy to see the block! made me go faster to get my network back up, just in case we had another block right after lol

The good thing about 5Nd is if we hit a block while your wifi is down you would not lose anything...it would be just a blip on your HR chart! Cheesy

This is our 1st of BLOCK NOVEMBER! Cheesy

Time to get the block party cracking! Cheesy

can lose a little though as my overall contribution would drop - especially if I had not caught it before bed, then it would have been offline for 5-6 hours.

5-6 hours at slush would be zero payment after bout 90 minutes.   It's there for a reason.
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