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January 09, 2015, 03:08:49 AM
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Hi Kano,

Thanks for the pool.  I was wondering... simple question... if I want to have a rough idea of my next payout, can I roughly take my hashrate / pool hashrate * 25 ?

I know it won't be as precise as if I take the number of my accepted shares/total accepted shares (which I can't know in advance, so can't estimate next payout)... but I guess it will be near?

Thanks for the info.


I'm sure he will answer you as soon as he can.

I just wanted to point out [In case you didn't know]; you will not see your "full" payout till after 500% of blocks found.  It's worth the wait though!!!

EDIT:  See, he responded before I could give my little 2 cents.

He is fast at answering!!  Thanks for the info, I plan to stay here for a good ride.

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January 09, 2015, 08:25:42 AM
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Since we've now found 77 blocks since the pool started, I'm going to setup a little prize for lower THs miners (above 800GHs but under 50THs) for one person to win between now and when we find block 100.

There will be absolutely no confusion or issue about the prize unlike other pools have had, once I post the full details soon Smiley

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January 09, 2015, 01:11:28 PM
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Creating a website to graph and monitor my hashrate on CKPool with. Looking for a few people to help try it out.

It uses your username and apikey from Kano's pool.

Message me for a link, I'll post it here in the thread once I've tested a little more.

http://i60.tinypic.com/14ih4jk.jpg
Don't forget that when I do a ckdb restart (last one was 2.5 days ago) the web stats are unavailable then return '?' for up to 20 minutes.
So on your graph that would of course just be a line during the stats outage.

As I always say Smiley a ckdb restart doesn't normally affect mining, just the web interface.
(there will be some ckdb restarts in the next day or 2 for shifts)
Payout 338089 sent and confirmed about an hour ago.
... and more blocks rolling in ... Smiley

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January 09, 2015, 02:28:43 PM
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Creating a website to graph and monitor my hashrate on CKPool with. Looking for a few people to help try it out.

It uses your username and apikey from Kano's pool.

Message me for a link, I'll post it here in the thread once I've tested a little more.

http://i60.tinypic.com/14ih4jk.jpg
Don't forget that when I do a ckdb restart (last one was 2.5 days ago) the web stats are unavailable then return '?' for up to 20 minutes.
So on your graph that would of course just be a line during the stats outage.

As I always say Smiley a ckdb restart doesn't normally affect mining, just the web interface.
(there will be some ckdb restarts in the next day or 2 for shifts)

Yup, that should not be a problem. If anyone wants to try it out here is the site:

http://ckpoolmonitor.zachmonroe.com

It is not pretty yet, but the graph is working.

Register with your email address and choose a password.
Then when your back on the main page, login.
Then choose Account Settings and input your username on kano.is and enter your API Key.
After you save that you can go to Your Hash Graph page and your graph will update soon.

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January 09, 2015, 03:16:48 PM
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ZACHM i'm testing it now... sent you a PM as well.
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January 09, 2015, 04:10:30 PM
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ZACHM i'm testing it now... sent you a PM as well.

Thanks, PM replied to.

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January 09, 2015, 09:30:28 PM
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While breaking in the new Antminer C1 I researched and decided to try the CKpool-kano.
It was about 9:30pM EST on Jan 6th.
I'm not mining as a "registered" user (signed up but could only get things going with my BtC address on port 81 not 3333).

My question is what time is shown on the "blocks"? straight up GMT?
Thanks and love the pool so far.
Getting "alive' report on the solo.cK on port 3334, (as one of the backups) may switch to it after a full week here just to try.


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January 09, 2015, 09:39:11 PM
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While breaking in the new Antminer C1 I researched and decided to try the CKpool-kano.
It was about 9:30pM EST on Jan 6th.
I'm not mining as a "registered" user (signed up but could only get things going with my BtC address on port 81 not 3333).

My question is what time is shown on the "blocks"? straight up GMT?
Thanks and love the pool so far.
Getting "alive' report on the solo.cK on port 3334, (as one of the backups) may switch to it after a full week here just to try.

Blocks show UTC - that's what the +00 on the end means Smiley

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January 09, 2015, 09:42:58 PM
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Since we've now found 77 blocks since the pool started, I'm going to setup a little prize for lower THs miners (above 800GHs but under 50THs) for one person to win between now and when we find block 100.

There will be absolutely no confusion or issue about the prize unlike other pools have had, once I post the full details soon Smiley

... sounds fun ... hope the prize is a coupon I can use with my electricty supplier  Grin

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January 09, 2015, 09:53:06 PM
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Blocks show UTC - that's what the +00 on the end means Smiley

That's what I thought, many Thanks.
And thanks for fast reply.....Let's go find more blocks!  Grin

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January 09, 2015, 09:55:18 PM
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Payout 338136 sent (a while ago) and now confirmed.

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January 09, 2015, 09:56:18 PM
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Since we've now found 77 blocks since the pool started, I'm going to setup a little prize for lower THs miners (above 800GHs but under 50THs) for one person to win between now and when we find block 100.

There will be absolutely no confusion or issue about the prize unlike other pools have had, once I post the full details soon Smiley

... sounds fun ... hope the prize is a coupon I can use with my electricty supplier  Grin

It will be an SP20 sent direct from Spondoolies.

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January 09, 2015, 10:58:37 PM
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Holy sheet......love to have that running beside the C1.

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January 09, 2015, 11:00:06 PM
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Nice prize Kano, good luck everyone ...

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January 09, 2015, 11:05:12 PM
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I could only push 300 GHs if I pointed everything here so dont come close to be in the running  Sad

No SP20 for me!

If my advice has helped you out, feel free to throw some Satoshi's my way!
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January 09, 2015, 11:45:17 PM
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Nice prize Kano, good luck everyone ...

Keep in mind the odds of someone with that low a hashrate finding a block in the next 23 are slim to none. Sad

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January 09, 2015, 11:54:21 PM
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Nice prize Kano, good luck everyone ...

Keep in mind the odds of someone with that low a hashrate finding a block in the next 23 are slim to none. Sad

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Sigh - yet another cup half empty comment.

It's a: someone "WILL" get it.

... I've not posted the full details yet about the conditions of how it "WILL" be given out as a prize, since I'm awaiting some small details.

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January 10, 2015, 12:05:25 AM
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Nice prize Kano, good luck everyone ...

Keep in mind the odds of someone with that low a hashrate finding a block in the next 23 are slim to none. Sad

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Sigh - yet another cup half empty comment.

It's a: someone "WILL" get it.

... I've not posted the full details yet about the conditions of how it "WILL" be given out as a prize, since I'm awaiting some small details.

Well then, I retract my comment.  You stated:

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Since we've now found 77 blocks since the pool started, I'm going to setup a little prize for lower THs miners (above 800GHs but under 50THs) for one person to win between now and when we find block 100.

If there is more to it than that, which you imply, then my comment is off mark.

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EDIT: I see now I did assume you meant someone winning a block.  Been a long day, sorry, my error.

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January 10, 2015, 12:26:25 AM
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Since we've now found 77 blocks since the pool started, I'm going to setup a little prize for lower THs miners (above 800GHs but under 50THs) for one person to win between now and when we find block 100.

There will be absolutely no confusion or issue about the prize unlike other pools have had, once I post the full details soon Smiley

... sounds fun ... hope the prize is a coupon I can use with my electricty supplier  Grin

It will be an SP20 sent direct from Spondoolies.


WOW! that's VERY GENEROUS !!!! I'll Have to give each one of my miners a little rub for luck.

Thank you for running a great pool.

Good luck to all!!
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January 10, 2015, 01:23:46 AM
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Payout 338160 sent and confirmed

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