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June 19, 2018, 08:12:35 PM
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Edit: and diff just went up - pretty small one 2.77%
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[2018-06-19 09:15:01.595+00] workinfo_add(): DIFF CHANGE: hi=528192 delta=2.77% new=5077499034879.0 prev=4940704885521.8
That's nothing.  
At this rate, it might be negative next time with people shutting down their miners for $ or heat issues. All the more reason to...

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June 19, 2018, 09:10:05 PM
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Gots heat issues here in Phoenix. Hundred teens, I can run them or keep my crib cool.....what to do, what to do.

Stay alive good sir!
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June 19, 2018, 10:47:02 PM
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley

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June 19, 2018, 10:52:43 PM
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley

Could be. It's either going to break the resistance at 7K or drop again to 6K for awhile longer.

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June 19, 2018, 11:35:07 PM
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley

I've been following that exact trend, and ya...bulls bring tx fees, bears don't.  Always a good sign  Smiley

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June 20, 2018, 12:23:38 AM
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Is there a chance that is what happens when a larger miner has a bank of machines go offline?

Just a guess
 

Edit: oh I missed mentioning a second cause of it also.
There's a large miner that fails over often to the pool, his SPS value is actually about the same as the pool total SPS!
So when that happens, there may be a large number of 'Hi' shares when he connects - and as I've explained before about 'Hi' shares, they actually don't matter at all in terms of reward effect on the miner. But alas, they do show up as part of the 'Invalid' count.
So again, when this happens, if the pool Diff% is very low, it will appear as a much higher Invalid %.

WHOA....pump the brakes a sec!  Almost missed the scope of this!  U are sayin there is a 200+ph miner who FAILS over to the pool randomly?  That's a really big fish in a really small pond!  Not complaining, just wondering the logic of such a move  Huh
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June 20, 2018, 12:36:19 AM
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley
I noticed that earlier when I saw block# 528243 with over 5 btc in fees

There was one guy paying 2700 sats in fees to move tons of small payments around. They were paying 2btc in fees to move 1.65 in btc. BTC addy 18x5Wo3FLQN4t1DLZgV2MoAMWXmCYL9b7M

And this one, 17A16QmavnUfCW11DAApiJxp7ARnxN5pGX, was paying 300+ sats but they were moving 5000+ btc per transaction. I can understand not wanting to get that transaction stuck and paying a little more, but most of the blocks before that were still low fees.
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June 20, 2018, 12:37:30 AM
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Is there a chance that is what happens when a larger miner has a bank of machines go offline?

Just a guess
 

Edit: oh I missed mentioning a second cause of it also.
There's a large miner that fails over often to the pool, his SPS value is actually about the same as the pool total SPS!
So when that happens, there may be a large number of 'Hi' shares when he connects - and as I've explained before about 'Hi' shares, they actually don't matter at all in terms of reward effect on the miner. But alas, they do show up as part of the 'Invalid' count.
So again, when this happens, if the pool Diff% is very low, it will appear as a much higher Invalid %.

WHOA....pump the brakes a sec!  Almost missed the scope of this!  U are sayin there is a 200+ph miner who FAILS over to the pool randomly?  That's a really big fish in a really small pond!  Not complaining, just wondering the logic of such a move  Huh
I've seen luckyant fail over with 117 PH in gear before. I used to have a screen shot of it somewhere.
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June 20, 2018, 01:10:15 AM
Last edit: June 20, 2018, 01:37:41 AM by BSGMiner
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley
It figures! I was just going to consolidate my mining payouts...

So what fee would you guys recommend since I'm using Bitcoin Core to consolidate ~0.05 BTC if you were in no rush to get it confirmed?

Also, I noticed when I imported my mining address that Bitcoin Core created 3 different addresses in my wallet--each starting with a different character (e.g. 1, 3, b)...

Does that mean I could consolidate my BTC from one to another of the three even though they were all generated from the same private key?

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June 20, 2018, 01:17:26 AM
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley
I've been following that exact trend, and ya...bulls bring tx fees, bears don't.  Always a good sign  Smiley
As much as I can't stand all the speculators manipulating the market on BTC, gold, silver, etc., I'm with you here in thinking that they've been waiting to see how low BTC goes before it steadies out, and then they pounce, driving it up in a fury, and getting right back out after they've made a cool mill or two...

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June 20, 2018, 02:09:24 AM
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley
It figures! I was just going to consolidate my mining payouts...

So what fee would you guys recommend since I'm using Bitcoin Core to consolidate ~0.05 BTC if you were in no rush to get it confirmed?

Also, I noticed when I imported my mining address that Bitcoin Core created 3 different addresses in my wallet--each starting with a different character (e.g. 1, 3, b)...

Does that mean I could consolidate my BTC from one to another of the three even though they were all generated from the same private key?
I always do pretty close to the minimum and check the box to change the fee later on.  A few months ago when it was so crazy, it would sometimes take 3 to 4 weeks but eventually would go through.  You can check minergain at https://minergain.com/faq.html#btctxfees and look at the 1 week amount.  According to the last stats, the mempool is still low at 3.6 Mb, so should still confirm pretty quickly.

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June 20, 2018, 02:14:52 AM
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley
It figures! I was just going to consolidate my mining payouts...

So what fee would you guys recommend since I'm using Bitcoin Core to consolidate ~0.05 BTC if you were in no rush to get it confirmed?

Also, I noticed when I imported my mining address that Bitcoin Core created 3 different addresses in my wallet--each starting with a different character (e.g. 1, 3, b)...

Does that mean I could consolidate my BTC from one to another of the three even though they were all generated from the same private key?
I always do pretty close to the minimum and check the box to change the fee later on...
Thanks. Any idea about the three addresses generated from the same private key thing?

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June 20, 2018, 02:43:27 AM
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Hmm - block txn fees have gone up over the last 12 hours on all blocks - hmm I wonder if that's the sign of a price rise? Smiley

It will be nice to get some higher txn fees in our blocks again... Smiley

And there's the block! Cheesy
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June 20, 2018, 02:52:09 AM
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block by sidewinder!! It's a whopper!! 17.02294287 BTC  Shocked Cool
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June 20, 2018, 02:52:19 AM
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Baaaaaa-llllllooooooooccccckkkk!!!!!!!

17BTC block... Maui-waui, dude! Tubular!

Thank you very much, sidewinder!

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June 20, 2018, 02:52:55 AM
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Baaaaaa-llllllooooooooccccckkkk!!!!!!!


HELL YEAH, BIG BLOCK, NO WHAMMIES!
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June 20, 2018, 02:54:31 AM
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block by sidewinder!! It's a whopper!! 17.02294287 BTC  Shocked Cool
Bigger the better. Thanks sidewinder  Grin
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June 20, 2018, 02:58:05 AM
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Wtf? The previous block was 15 btc
   
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June 20, 2018, 02:59:38 AM
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Thanks. Any idea about the three addresses generated from the same private key thing?

You can consolidate to any of your address, regardless of type. Just send the max amount (or use coin control) to any one of your addresses, even if it's in the same wallet.

If you're not in a rush to consolidate, I would sent 1sat/byte with RBF enabled. This is the distribution of the mempool right now, meaning it will probably get cleared soon, so 1sat/byte would be enough. However, it could keep climbing, in which case you may have to bump the fee up via RBF so your coins are not stuck.

Wtf? The previous block was 15 btc

Some guy paid 5k satoshis/byte  Shocked

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June 20, 2018, 03:01:31 AM
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Wtf? The previous block was 15 btc
   



We may be heading back to the Nov/Dec days....18-20BTC blocks were the norm.   
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