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Today at 01:05:09 AM
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I hope we are not in vain to planet the planet with heat?
What?? I do not comprehend.   Huh
I wanted to say: we are looking for a solution not in vain? (To heat the planet in vain)
Ah. Better.
The pool itself is working fine. Odds are the reporting interface is - stuck. The block has been confirmed multiple times so eventually all will be well.

I just moved my gimpy R4 (1 board dead) back from a weeks vacation on -ck's new lottery pool to kano again and it is reporting the normal climb in hash rate.

I'm glad to see that work itself out!  Whew! Cheesy

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Today at 01:19:22 AM
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Yeah I was landing at LAX on the runway when we got the block.
It was a definite take-two to have the notification pop up as I reconnected to 4G on the runway ... within a minute or 2 of when we got the block.
Then to wonder why TF ckpool didn't think it was a block worth confirming - it decided it wasn't a valid block for some reason ... but fortunately the NL node was happy with it Smiley

I'll have to go thru the bitcoind debug.log later when I get back home ... in aboout 18 hours or so.

I've just manually confirmed the block, but it resets the top stats when I do that, so the display will be off until the next block we find.
The actual block stats get corrected when it's confirmed so it has of course done the payouts correctly and will with the next block - this is one of the reasons why CKDB does this second confirmation of all the stats for blocks and payouts - not based on the '~' estimate, but all done based on the actual correct DB numbers later once it's sure it has all the data in the database.

The top % numbers are from when the block was confirmed (which I just did) and will be corrected by the next block.

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Today at 01:24:39 AM
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Yeah I was landing at LAX on the runway when we got the block.
It was a definite take-two to have the notification pop up as I reconnected to 4G on the runway ... within a minute or 2 of when we got the block.
Then to wonder why TF ckpool didn't think it was a block worth confirming - it decided it wasn't a valid block for some reason ... but fortunately the NL node was happy with it Smiley

I'll have to go thru the bitcoind debug.log later when I get back home ... in aboout 18 hours or so.

I've just manually confirmed the block, but it resets the top stats when I do that, so the display will be off until the next block we find.
The actual block stats get corrected when it's confirmed so it has of course done the payouts correctly and will with the next block - this is one of the reasons why CKDB does this second confirmation of all the stats for blocks and payouts - not based on the '~' estimate, but all done based on the actual correct DB numbers later once it's sure it has all the data in the database.

The top % numbers are from when the block was confirmed (which I just did) and will be corrected by the next block.

Yay, Kano to the rescue! Cheesy

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Today at 02:15:04 AM
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Way to go, brother...that's why we're here. Stay safe.
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Today at 02:50:33 AM
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Just processed the payout for that block and did a check on the reason why it was a pretty low fee block.

It was a 25s network block, so was certainly the reason.

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Today at 04:28:19 AM
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I'm always curious about how this stuff works.  I asked about this another time about a low KB block awhile ago and the explanation given was that it was found immediately after another block.

But I see other cases today where blocks were found seconds apart I.E. block 463527/8/9 and they were still able to include ~1000kb worth of transactions and generate ~13.7btc.

And I believe at the time of the block there was still quite a few unconfirmed transactions.  Is it set to only include high paying transactions in certain cases or did it not have time to find transactions to include?
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Today at 03:08:17 PM
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Block by moecarrimNEW!  Welcome to the Acclaim Board with your 1st Kano block (even though moecarrim has 5 blocks to his credit)!  Cheesy

Good fees this one has!  Cheesy

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Today at 05:37:56 PM
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How much hashing power do you need to get 1 BTC per block?
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Today at 05:44:03 PM
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How much hashing power do you need to get 1 BTC per block?

pool is about 42ph   so 4.2 ph  would be 1/10   a block is say 13.5 with fees   so 4.2 ph or 1/10 gives you  1.35 btc

so 1/1.35  x 4.2ph is your answer  roughly 3.11ph   .  it is more complex to be exact.

first  you need to  do the 3.11ph for 5n   which is maybe 80 hours in a row

second  if you add 3.11ph    the pool  goes from 42 ph to 45.11 ph   and you would be short  the 1 btc per block

third  I used  1 btc for the fees.  meaning the block is 13.5 btc  some are lower some are higher.

fourth  with a bit of  in my head math  I boost the 3.11ph to 3.333 ph  if the pool is at 45th  

So for today  a range of 3.11 ph to 3.333 ph is a good guess

   
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The rewards you've earned for each block the pool has found.
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Block-----   Block UTC------   Miner Reward---N Diff-----   N Range---------  Pool N Avg   
463608   26/Apr 15:01   14.19369732   2.630T   79hr 0m 26s   39.72PHs   
463502   25/Apr 22:48   12.61703676   2.618T   80hr 38m 43s   38.73PHs   


I got my n range from the bold line above  it fluxes
I got the pool hash  from 39.72 and 38.23 and 43.13  it fluxes

so my estimate is 3.11ph to 3.33 ph 

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The last payout I received was for block 463271. Is this correct or am I missing some payouts ?
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Today at 06:46:59 PM
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The last payout I received was for block 463271. Is this correct or am I missing some payouts ?
Depends, I see one more payout in my wallet, but it's smaller than the one before so I wonder if possibly you dropped below the dust threshold so it wouldn't show up at all?

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Today at 07:18:13 PM
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The last payout I received was for block 463271. Is this correct or am I missing some payouts ?

last payout that shows in my wallet was from block 463317  block 463436 and 463502   have reached maturity and block 463608 as of right now only has 21 confirmations.  So the next block we find 463436 and 463502 should hit our wallets. and depending on if block 463608 is matured by the time we get the next block or not. 



 
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