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January 06, 2015, 09:43:28 PM
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Payout 337707 sent
(and in case anyone is paying close attention to the web site - you will notice shortly: about to do a ckdb restart)
Smiley and we found a block just after I started the ckdb shutdown so that will show up on the web site once ckdb has finished reloading (about 10-15min)
Block 312175 oops wrong number Tongue it's 337818 - and it's confirmed.
https://blockchain.info/block/00000000000000000307f10927e592ad7a9f69842a295e6674cb79d0e68ee092
... and ckdb is back up and running - all stats (and blocks) up to date.
And in all that - Payout 337707 got confirmed also ... by our block! Smiley

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January 06, 2015, 10:20:47 PM
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block is frozen Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry

36 hours for a block
I think must change pool

You're frozen.

Let it gooooo. Let it gooooo!!!!!!
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January 07, 2015, 03:53:29 AM
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Hard to believe more are not mining with the guy who made cgminer !!

Still in terms of math and extended mining you should yield the same btc in a larger or smaller pool (obviously) but still I think so many people have used cg miner or it's various 'mutations' over the years...... if you never contributed to it or sent btc......... joining the pool might be a way of showing some support !!  For me the first time I got cgminer to compile I felt like a godess for 2 days.  I cannot imagine all the hard work and testing ect... that had to go into coding a project like that......

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January 07, 2015, 07:24:36 AM
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Block, confirmed:
https://blockchain.info/block-height/337878

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January 07, 2015, 01:25:47 PM
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Payout 337818 sent ... and also if anyone didn't know? S5 works fine on the pool Smiley

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January 07, 2015, 01:40:08 PM
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Payout 337818 sent ... and also if anyone didn't know? S5 works fine on the pool Smiley

What kind of invalid share % are you getting for the S5?  I'm pushing .35 compared to the other stuff of less then .10.
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January 08, 2015, 02:20:53 AM
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Payout 337818 sent ... and also if anyone didn't know? S5 works fine on the pool Smiley

What kind of invalid share % are you getting for the S5?  I'm pushing .35 compared to the other stuff of less then .10.
I'm getting 0.5%

... and payout confirmed a while ago Smiley

Edit: note that 0.5% means about 5.5GHs lost of the 1100GHs+
337878 Payout sent (a while ago) - still awaiting the 1st confirm of it.
Confirmed and we found another block (confirmed) while waiting Smiley

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January 08, 2015, 02:22:01 AM
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Is there some reason payments are not showing up on the payment page of my account? I am receiving them, but there are none listed on the payment page.

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January 08, 2015, 02:57:45 AM
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Is there some reason payments are not showing up on the payment page of my account? I am receiving them, but there are none listed on the payment page.

Yes, they aren't functional yet.

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January 08, 2015, 02:59:03 AM
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Is there some reason payments are not showing up on the payment page of my account? I am receiving them, but there are none listed on the payment page.

Yes, they aren't functional yet.
Oddly enough while I've been working on the shifts (almost finished) I realised the best but also quickest way to sort that out.
So they wont be too far away.

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January 08, 2015, 03:40:42 AM
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Is there some reason payments are not showing up on the payment page of my account? I am receiving them, but there are none listed on the payment page.

Yes, they aren't functional yet.
Oddly enough while I've been working on the shifts (almost finished) I realised the best but also quickest way to sort that out.
So they wont be too far away.

That is what I figured, I must have missed that in the thread somewhere. Thanks!

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January 08, 2015, 07:41:20 AM
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Payout 337818 sent ... and also if anyone didn't know? S5 works fine on the pool Smiley

What kind of invalid share % are you getting for the S5?  I'm pushing .35 compared to the other stuff of less then .10.
Update, the last 5,000 shares, 6 hrs, I've got (at diff 1024) have only been 0.263% invalid.
I just changed queue from 8192 to 1 to see if that helps also.

Edit - I deleted your 1st copy below of the same post.

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January 08, 2015, 08:11:20 AM
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Payout 337818 sent ... and also if anyone didn't know? S5 works fine on the pool Smiley

What kind of invalid share % are you getting for the S5?  I'm pushing .35 compared to the other stuff of less then .10.
Update, the last 5,000 shares, 6 hrs, I've got (at diff 1024) have only been 0.263% invalid.
I just changed queue from 8192 to 1 to see if that helps also.


I pointed 2 S5 to the pool.  Workers 2 and 3 stock, didn't mess with the voltage yet.  .27 and .29 invalids.  Other pools I tested these on have gotten as high .75 this being the best so far being located in Sothern Nevada.  


Edit------ tested them for 8 hrs on the other pools yesterday.  



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January 08, 2015, 09:51:24 AM
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Payout 337927 sent
Confirmed

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January 08, 2015, 02:32:44 PM
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Payout 337818 sent ... and also if anyone didn't know? S5 works fine on the pool Smiley

What kind of invalid share % are you getting for the S5?  I'm pushing .35 compared to the other stuff of less then .10.
Update, the last 5,000 shares, 6 hrs, I've got (at diff 1024) have only been 0.263% invalid.
I just changed queue from 8192 to 1 to see if that helps also.

Edit - I deleted your 1st copy below of the same post.

No worries.  I am on here a lot while I am monitoring network traffic at the job so I have to read type post quickly. 

Best share is working now in the miner status after restarting them.  I don't remember if it was working before on this pool it wasn't for any of the other pools I tested. Not really high on my priory list. I am letting the pool dictate work diff for S5s for about an hour now. Interesting that the pool gives an exact diff not the normal 512 1024 etc.  A lot of work went into this.  Thanks. 
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January 08, 2015, 10:42:11 PM
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Payout 337985 sent and confirmed

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January 09, 2015, 02:31:15 AM
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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.


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January 09, 2015, 02:41:57 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.

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January 09, 2015, 02:46:55 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.

It's actually more like:

Been mining for X% of the last 500% before the block was found, so payout should be roughly
X/500 * hashrate / poolrate * 24.8

Of course if the pool hash, or your hash rate, has changed in the 500%, that will affect the payout also.

The 24.8 is a guestimate adjustment since it's 99.1% of the block + txn payout
You can see the history values for all blocks at the current payout address link, which is:
https://blockchain.info/address/1KzFJddTvK9TQWsmWFKYJ9fRx9QeSATyrT

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January 09, 2015, 03:06:01 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.

It's actually more like:

Been mining for X% of the last 500% before the block was found, so payout should be roughly
X/500 * hashrate / poolrate * 24.8

Of course if the pool hash, or your hash rate, has changed in the 500%, that will affect the payout also.

The 24.8 is a guestimate adjustment since it's 99.1% of the block + txn payout
You can see the history values for all blocks at the current payout address link, which is:
https://blockchain.info/address/1KzFJddTvK9TQWsmWFKYJ9fRx9QeSATyrT
Great, thanks.  I should have reread your first post before asking, you state PPLNS with N set at 5x...

Taking part of the pool!  Looks like it's a lucky one!!  And thanks Lightsword for being part of it!!  :-)

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