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Author Topic: [30-400PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9%fee 3.9of10BTC giveaway 🐈 US,NL,JP,NYA,OR,SG  (Read 5216331 times)
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April 16, 2019, 05:37:37 PM
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we need some big mining farms to jump on board. or a crap ton of people in the 50 to 200 TH/s range would be nice as well.
Well, 100 more 100TH miners would only be 10PH... I don't even know if I'd consider that a 'whale' in today's hashpower race.

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April 16, 2019, 07:38:00 PM
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we need some big mining farms to jump on board. or a crap ton of people in the 50 to 200 TH/s range would be nice as well.
Well, 100 more 100TH miners would only be 10PH... I don't even know if I'd consider that a 'whale' in today's hashpower race.

i would not consider it a whale either but I also do not consider 100 people to be a crap ton, I was thinking like 1000 people lol so we could get over 100 PH at least lol

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April 17, 2019, 02:56:16 AM
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we need some big mining farms to jump on board. or a crap ton of people in the 50 to 200 TH/s range would be nice as well.
Well, 100 more 100TH miners would only be 10PH... I don't even know if I'd consider that a 'whale' in today's hashpower race.
i would not consider it a whale either but I also do not consider 100 people to be a crap ton, I was thinking like 1000 people lol so we could get over 100 PH at least lol
Regardless, what I've noticed is that it seems easier to get one or two lucky blocks with a small-medium sized pool to make it a really profitable month rather than a bunch of lucky blocks with a semi-large pool.

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April 17, 2019, 03:02:00 AM
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we need some big mining farms to jump on board. or a crap ton of people in the 50 to 200 TH/s range would be nice as well.
Well, 100 more 100TH miners would only be 10PH... I don't even know if I'd consider that a 'whale' in today's hashpower race.
i would not consider it a whale either but I also do not consider 100 people to be a crap ton, I was thinking like 1000 people lol so we could get over 100 PH at least lol
Regardless, what I've noticed is that it seems easier to get one or two lucky blocks with a small-medium sized pool to make it a really profitable month rather than a bunch of lucky blocks with a semi-large pool.
That's called variance Smiley

That's why we have high luck months and low luck months - the total expected blocks for the month ends up being small - so over that small 'sample' it can vary a lot more than a large sample (i.e. a pool that expects more blocks per month).

Long term we are ahead of every other pool (e.g. Mar-Feb then Mar also) but short term it varies a lot as can be seen on the monthly block table.
Alas, we do need to get larger to avoid the very low luck months (but will thus also avoid the very high luck months also)

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April 17, 2019, 09:18:20 AM
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Hello Kano,

i dont mine at your pool any more.
please payout my rewards:-)

thank you very much

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April 17, 2019, 09:21:23 AM
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Hello Kano,

i dont mine at your pool any more.
please payout my rewards:-)

thank you very much

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Rewards were paid out every block above dust.
(though not setting a payout address for over a year probably stopped them also)

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April 17, 2019, 09:33:35 AM
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Hello Kano,

i only have a lot of dust rewards ca. 0,01BTC
and i dont mine sinca 02/2019 more.
is it possible that you send me the dust-rewards?

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April 17, 2019, 09:51:38 AM
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Hello Kano,

i only have a lot of dust rewards ca. 0,01BTC
and i dont mine sinca 02/2019 more.
is it possible that you send me the dust-rewards?

ragards
Non block payouts are why I'm writing the accounting - the code's not finished.

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April 17, 2019, 01:29:22 PM
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what is considered a large pool? over 100 ph? over 200 ph? I think the bigger benefit to a semi large pool is the reduced ramp up - when it is 45-60 days that might discourage some from joining as that can be a long time to wait for a full reward. maybe where the pool size is large enough to have ramp up around 15 days or so might be nice. My new miner - the T15 has been ramping up since march 25th so around 3 weeks and it is only around 3/4 of the way to being ramped up. I think it has at least another 15 to 20 days to go.

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April 17, 2019, 04:29:46 PM
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Pool size could be measured as a percentage of the network maybe, anyway this is sort of how I see it.

Super Pools are over 5EH in size > 10% of the network each
Large pools are over 1EH in size > 2.5% of the network each
Medium pools are over 100PH in size > 0.25% of the network each
Small pools are over 20PH in size < 0.1%
Tiny pools are over 1PH in size < negligible


None of this is an exact science, but I would think this pool would be more comfortable at or above the 250-300PH mark

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April 17, 2019, 11:27:50 PM
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Pool size could be measured as a percentage of the network maybe, anyway this is sort of how I see it.

Super Pools are over 5EH in size > 10% of the network each
Large pools are over 1EH in size > 2.5% of the network each
Medium pools are over 100PH in size > 0.25% of the network each
Small pools are over 20PH in size < 0.1%
Tiny pools are over 1PH in size < negligible


None of this is an exact science, but I would think this pool would be more comfortable at or above the 250-300PH mark


Yep, that's the sweet spot. 
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April 18, 2019, 02:46:27 PM
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Good day to be part of a small pool with 5nd. Switching ISP's and then moving the hash out to the garage; finally mostly healed up.

Mine on.... sooner or later

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