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Author Topic: [30-400PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9%fee 3.9of10BTC giveaway 🐈 US,NL,JP,NYA,OR,SG  (Read 5216788 times)
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December 31, 2018, 09:44:52 AM
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But in the end this is a bitcoin pool not a us dollar pool... You end with more bitcoins here! Smiley

if it was more bitcoins it would also be equal to more dollars, just saying.

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December 31, 2018, 03:23:47 PM
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But in the end this is a bitcoin pool not a us dollar pool... You end with more bitcoins here! Smiley

if it was more bitcoins it would also be equal to more dollars, just saying.

Not necessarily, what if BTC price dropped?
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December 31, 2018, 05:47:23 PM
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But in the end this is a bitcoin pool not a us dollar pool... You end with more bitcoins here! Smiley
if it was more bitcoins it would also be equal to more dollars, just saying.
Yes, but minergain is probably calculating as if you sold your earned bitcoin at that moment.

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December 31, 2018, 07:28:39 PM
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Yes, but minergain is probably calculating as if you sold your earned bitcoin at that moment.
Various places in minergain show different things for the US dollar piece.  For example on the rewards area, we show the dollar price as if you sold it immediately and the current price if you held it and sold all of it right now (giving a gain or loss).  On the home page I am pretty sure I am just showing the coin value without a fiat value.  On the coin price list, it gives the fiat price for the coin at this exact moment in the currency you specify (about 2 dozen currency options).  I am probably going to add in some way to import / enter exchange buys / sells along with scanning the blockchain for mining rewards to try to figure short / long term gains.  I tried a couple other web options out there but I am not thrilled about the hundred dollars per year just to track that.  And since I have coin prices for the past couple years, it would not be that hard to do (other than the user interface).  If anyone else is interested in that sort of capability, let me know with a personal message or click the About Us / Contact Us link.

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December 31, 2018, 10:15:15 PM
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Since price can go up or down, it's quite reasonable to expect that more BTC = more $
Price is pretty much just as random as anything else in Bitcoin Smiley

Meanwhile - lulz at that other pool that wont update their hash rate - it's been well over a week since it dropped below 10PH ...

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January 01, 2019, 12:28:00 AM
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Meanwhile - lulz at that other pool that wont update their hash rate - it's been well over a week since it dropped below 10PH ...
Shhhh! They are being vewy vewy quiet while they are hunting wabbits... Tongue
Then again, but for the grace of God and Lady Luck, there go we...

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January 01, 2019, 06:25:39 PM
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Hi Kano, I've been mining for a long time on your pool and never had problems.
However since Dec 30th the graph is very unstable and i get rejected shares.
Nothing was changed from my side. Any advice?
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January 01, 2019, 06:26:25 PM
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Hi Kano, I've been mining for a long time on your pool and never had problems.
However since Dec 30th the graph is very unstable and i get rejected shares.
Nothing was changed from my side. Any advice?

Check your internet
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January 02, 2019, 12:27:55 AM
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But in the end this is a bitcoin pool not a us dollar pool... You end with more bitcoins here! Smiley
if it was more bitcoins it would also be equal to more dollars, just saying.
Yes, but minergain is probably calculating as if you sold your earned bitcoin at that moment.

This is what I was meaning Smiley

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January 02, 2019, 12:47:29 AM
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Hi Kano, I've been mining for a long time on your pool and never had problems.
However since Dec 30th the graph is very unstable and i get rejected shares.
Nothing was changed from my side. Any advice?
As I've said many times, I block IP addresses/proxies that I find using rentals.
Though this single proxy IP address had quite a number of tiny accounts on it - so even more concerning ...

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January 02, 2019, 01:25:43 AM
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Hi Kano, I've been mining for a long time on your pool and never had problems.
However since Dec 30th the graph is very unstable and i get rejected shares.
Nothing was changed from my side. Any advice?
As I've said many times, I block IP addresses/proxies that I find using rentals.
Though this single proxy IP address had quite a number of tiny accounts on it - so even more concerning ...


I'm using Mining Rig Rentals as a "router" to change pools if needed.
I use it because I have to request access first, and then wait for approval
before I can access my miner. As a workarround I found that I can use MRR
for both pool management and monitoring without login.
I used high prices so almost nobody really rents my rig.

Is this not allowed?

If you blocked it, where did the TH went for the last two days then?
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January 02, 2019, 01:54:33 AM
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Hi Kano, I've been mining for a long time on your pool and never had problems.
However since Dec 30th the graph is very unstable and i get rejected shares.
Nothing was changed from my side. Any advice?
As I've said many times, I block IP addresses/proxies that I find using rentals.
Though this single proxy IP address had quite a number of tiny accounts on it - so even more concerning ...


I'm using Mining Rig Rentals as a "router" to change pools if needed.
I use it because I have to request access first, and then wait for approval
before I can access my miner. As a workarround I found that I can use MRR
for both pool management and monitoring without login.
I used high prices so almost nobody really rents my rig.

Is this not allowed?

If you blocked it, where did the TH went for the last two days then?
Conections from MRR were coming in on the IP address.
Also, when you send your shares via some other convoluted path, then you are delaying them getting to the pool and increasing the chance of a stale block.
Point miners DIRECTLY at the nodes, OR to a proxy that is on the same network as the miners, not anywhere else.

As for where your miners went - I've no idea - check your miner settings - that will say where it was mining.
Not here.
I simply blocked a subnet of public server IP address from being able to access any pool servers anywhere, since they included rentals and also had a lot of small accounts doing who knows what, but not mining.

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January 02, 2019, 02:23:06 AM
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I cheked all secondary pools and it had been mining for tha last two days on Nicehash,
although the setting says it has been mining on Kano.

I got your point and like your purist approach,
 will switch again to your pool when I get access.
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Hi, New Year 2019 Greetings to All.

I'm a newbee here, and just got interested into mining with a small startup with Gekkoscience Newpac SHA256 x 10 sticks to learn and understand more about Bitcoin mining.

Please excuse my intrusion and apologize if this is not the thread to post this question here as there is simply much reading to do in this 2K over posting here, if so please help re-direct.
Thank you.


Had started in solo.ckpool.org (BTC.com affiliate?) as per instructed in USB sticks instruction.PDF. Switch to slushpool (b'cos of sg Server) but payout at 0.01 / 0.001 that will take 80 years. After browsing the internet, discovered about Kano.pool.

Just one dumb question?
Is BTC.com (China) related to CKpool, and how are they related to Kano-pool (sg server) ...? may need a quick recap on the history lesson since 2014 ..

Which is better to mine with present mining setup? and location in Singapore? ... pm me if not convenient to reply here.

Also,
Exploring into categorizing higher PTH mining hash equipment for other algorithm, Scrypt, Ethash, x11, etc. individually with promising investors (friends and old buddies) but with Main Coin and Alt. coin to mine, so if you have any good advice, even critics, I am most welcome to consider, thanks.

Thank you and have a great time enjoy Mining Your Own Business ... Hehe Smiley ...
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January 02, 2019, 05:23:41 AM
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KanoPool is KanoPool - not in any way related to any the other pools.
The servers are listed on the home page https://kano.is/
That includes an SG server.

The other pools you list, you wouldn't want to touch with a barge pole.
High fees, un-monitored servers, fake or completely missing stats, lost blocks, no interest in the miners at all.
Here I charge a low fee and have the most active support of the pool and miners and the best block distribution of any pool.

Alt-coins are off topic for this entire section of the bitcointalk forum so no point asking about there here.

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January 02, 2019, 05:33:33 AM
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Hi, New Year 2019 Greetings to All.

I'm a newbee here, and just got interested into mining with a small startup with Gekkoscience Newpac SHA256 x 10 sticks to learn and understand more about Bitcoin mining.

Please excuse my intrusion and apologize if this is not the thread to post this question here as there is simply much reading to do in this 2K over posting here, if so please help re-direct.
Thank you.


Had started in solo.ckpool.org (BTC.com affiliate?) as per instructed in USB sticks instruction.PDF. Switch to slushpool (b'cos of sg Server) but payout at 0.01 / 0.001 that will take 80 years. After browsing the internet, discovered about Kano.pool.

Just one dumb question?
Is BTC.com (China) related to CKpool, and how are they related to Kano-pool (sg server) ...? may need a quick recap on the history lesson since 2014 ..

Which is better to mine with present mining setup? and location in Singapore? ... pm me if not convenient to reply here.

Also,
Exploring into categorizing higher PTH mining hash equipment for other algorithm, Scrypt, Ethash, x11, etc. individually with promising investors (friends and old buddies) but with Main Coin and Alt. coin to mine, so if you have any good advice, even critics, I am most welcome to consider, thanks.

Thank you and have a great time enjoy Mining Your Own Business ... Hehe Smiley ...

Greetings and Happy New Year 2019,you too =)

What is nearest location on bitcoin server? I use Germany. 1Th/s is not a lot hashing power.

Can i contact on Ckpool This way? So they listen me on my technical issues on pool/AntMiner S5, its not working and i must be offline on mining pool.
"Ignored me!"  Undecided

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January 02, 2019, 05:37:41 AM
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KanoPool is KanoPool - not in any way related to any the other pools.
The servers are listed on the home page https://kano.is/
That includes an SG server.

Alt-coins are off topic for this entire section of the bitcointalk forum so no point asking about there here.

Yes! appreciate your reply.

Great! there is a local server (home ground soil to farm...) that complies to my requirement, and good to know, "No Alt. coin non-science here ..."

Think I found my pool to join if I am allowed as I am not too agreeable to those very "commercial" sites that are really thinking for their own pockets and share holders which is not wrong also... just my personal opinion.

Will be setting up my Hub Plot with Trees sticks directing my harvest to Kano asap.

Thank you very much for your quick respond, and yes, I'll continue my research in this interesting thread of 2K over pages to read and digest... Smiley

Have a great week!

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January 02, 2019, 09:51:29 AM
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Greetings and Happy New Year 2019,you too =)

What is nearest location on bitcoin server? I use Germany. 1Th/s is not a lot hashing power.
...
As it says on the home web page:

"stratum+tcp://de.kano.is:3333 (Germany)"

so yep you obviously have the right server.

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January 03, 2019, 03:48:52 PM
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Smaller miner here. How would I go about getting paid out?

Is there a certain threshold to hit?
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January 03, 2019, 03:59:52 PM
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Smaller miner here. How would I go about getting paid out?

Is there a certain threshold to hit?
We get paid once a Block is solved here and it's got 100 confirmations from the Network.  There is a dust threshold, depends on both pool and your own hashrate.  Payments less than 0.0001BTC will accumulate in your account until Kanosan finishes the Acounting code which was scheduled to be finished sometime soon.
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