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May 02, 2015, 05:40:49 PM
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on block what mean this lucky persent ?


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May 02, 2015, 06:16:38 PM
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on block what mean this lucky persent ?


Green = lucky
Red = unlucky

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May 02, 2015, 06:19:20 PM
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on block what mean this lucky persent ?


Green = lucky
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this 129.86% that is get me alone 1 from block ?

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May 02, 2015, 10:22:08 PM
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on block what mean this lucky persent ?


Green = lucky
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this 129.86% that is get me alone 1 from block ?

No it's that one block.  Earnings is based on 24 hour's of all blocks being solved. Not one single block, and it's luck.

So really it's a payment of all blocks in 24 hour's on all luck.  After 24 hours you get paid based on number all the blocks solved.
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May 02, 2015, 10:54:17 PM
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This pool is taking out all the others lol

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May 02, 2015, 11:29:14 PM
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This pool is taking out all the others lol

It's a great pool, and has done a good job on luck - Pool Lucky (24H / 3D / 1W / 2W / 1M / 3M / All Time) : 103.00% / 118.00% / 100.00% / 98.00% / 101.00% / 102.00% / 102.00%

Look at comparisons it's almost as big as f2pool, just solving 1 percent less in last 24 hours.  - https://blockchain.info/pools

So now that DDOS attacks seem to be over, or fixed.  Seems like pool is going to prosper again.
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May 03, 2015, 12:43:29 PM
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Pool Lucky (24H / 3D / 1W / 2W / 1M / 3M / All Time) : 89.00% / 105.00% / 99.00% / 96.00% / 100.00% / 102.00% / 101.00%

from here 101% that i will get , generally don't should will turn off miner ?

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May 03, 2015, 01:02:51 PM
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i want that always i will get last persent (101%) for these what should i will make ?


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May 03, 2015, 03:23:31 PM
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i want that always i will get last persent (101%) for these what should i will make ?



The last one is all time.  The first one is the past 24 hours.  It will be more inline with what you get paid.
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May 03, 2015, 03:25:24 PM
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i want that always i will get last persent (101%) for these what should i will make ?



The last one is all time.  The first one is the past 24 hours.  It will be more inline with what you get paid.

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May 03, 2015, 04:04:35 PM
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i want that always i will get last persent (101%) for these what should i will make ?



The last one is all time.  The first one is the past 24 hours.  It will be more inline with what you get paid.


What means all time ?

So that i will dont turn off miner and after i every day will get 101% ?

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May 03, 2015, 04:10:26 PM
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i want that always i will get last persent (101%) for these what should i will make ?



The last one is all time.  The first one is the past 24 hours.  It will be more inline with what you get paid.


What means all time ?

So that i will dont turn off miner and after i every day will get 101% ?
All time is the pool's overall luck since it was opened. 100% luck basically means that if you go to a bitcoin mining calculator, it will say you should make x BTC per day with x hashrate on average. The 101% luck means that the pool makes 1% over this calculation on average, since the pool originally launched.
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May 03, 2015, 04:18:47 PM
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i want that always i will get last persent (101%) for these what should i will make ?



The last one is all time.  The first one is the past 24 hours.  It will be more inline with what you get paid.


What means all time ?

So that i will dont turn off miner and after i every day will get 101% ?
All time is the pool's overall luck since it was opened. 100% luck basically means that if you go to a bitcoin mining calculator, it will say you should make x BTC per day with x hashrate on average. The 101% luck means that the pool makes 1% over this calculation on average, since the pool originally launched.

This all time is average persent in all time ?

So antpool i get average 101% ?

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May 03, 2015, 04:59:53 PM
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i want that always i will get last persent (101%) for these what should i will make ?



The last one is all time.  The first one is the past 24 hours.  It will be more inline with what you get paid.


What means all time ?

So that i will dont turn off miner and after i every day will get 101% ?
All time is the pool's overall luck since it was opened. 100% luck basically means that if you go to a bitcoin mining calculator, it will say you should make x BTC per day with x hashrate on average. The 101% luck means that the pool makes 1% over this calculation on average, since the pool originally launched.

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May 03, 2015, 10:43:49 PM
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Yay...luck is coming back.
 1 2 3 4 8 9 10.
7 belong to f*pool
5 belong to B*Cchina
6 belong to G*ash

http://i.imgur.com/3iMCD3o.jpg

A run of 10 blocks, 70% of the network.
You better hope they don't keep doing that ...

Is there a reason other than the 50% attack theory?
'Theory' ... lol

I called it a theory because it requires one of the largest companies in bitcoin to either attempt to destroy bitcoin [or to be horrendously hacked] which doesn't seem likely. They'd stand to lose probably $XXX,XXX,XXX if they tried a 50%, to gain what?

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May 04, 2015, 12:14:13 AM
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Yay...luck is coming back.
 1 2 3 4 8 9 10.
7 belong to f*pool
5 belong to B*Cchina
6 belong to G*ash

http://i.imgur.com/3iMCD3o.jpg

A run of 10 blocks, 70% of the network.
You better hope they don't keep doing that ...

Is there a reason other than the 50% attack theory?
'Theory' ... lol

I called it a theory because it requires one of the largest companies in bitcoin to either attempt to destroy bitcoin [or to be horrendously hacked] which doesn't seem likely. They'd stand to lose probably $XXX,XXX,XXX if they tried a 50%, to gain what?
No, the 51% attack isn't just an attack by evil empires.

Of course it can even happen below 51%, but once a pool hash rate gets high enough it will automatically be able to overlord the block chain.

There is advantage in being a higher hash rate, that people wont obviously notice.

Bitmain has proven their lack of giving a crap about the bitcoin community and lying (either by design or by stupidity) about what they have done.

Their p2pool project was simply a centralised p2pool that they tried to garner interest in by falsely claiming it was decentralised.

Their recent statement that expending anything on support of S1/S2/S3 is a waste of money even though they are the basis by which they became one of the largest companies in bitcoin and most of that hardware is still out there - a lot of it not even 12 months old.

Their pool was creating empty blocks that are bad for bitcoin and I pointed that out last year and again this year ... no response about having fixed that anywhere ...

They ignored the GPLv3 license with cgminer on multiple accounts and gave internal processes being slow as their crappy excuse for violating the license in all cases when they finally did release the cgminer driver code.

They ignored the GPLv3 for over a year regarding the SPI kernel driver and have only recently released that.

[sarcasm]Yeah they have a really good track record there - of course they wouldn't do anything untoward[/sarcasm]

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May 04, 2015, 01:07:56 AM
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Their recent statement that expending anything on support of S1/S2/S3 is a waste of money even though they are the basis by which they became one of the largest companies in bitcoin and most of that hardware is still out there - a lot of it not even 12 months old.

They recently offered the exact same "waste of money" as a reward during their DDOS attack.  Hmm, fund useful development for thousands of people to benefit from, or offer "a reward"?  Thankfully an anonymous benefactor stepped up in this case.
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May 04, 2015, 04:56:59 AM
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antpool is down for about and hour, anybody feel it?
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May 04, 2015, 07:40:57 PM
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This pool is taking out all the others lol

It's a great pool, and has done a good job on luck - Pool Lucky (24H / 3D / 1W / 2W / 1M / 3M / All Time) : 103.00% / 118.00% / 100.00% / 98.00% / 101.00% / 102.00% / 102.00%

Look at comparisons it's almost as big as f2pool, just solving 1 percent less in last 24 hours.  - https://blockchain.info/pools

So now that DDOS attacks seem to be over, or fixed.  Seems like pool is going to prosper again.

okay you persuaded me to mine here today.   So how do I set a btc addy on antpool> ?

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May 04, 2015, 07:52:49 PM
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This pool is taking out all the others lol

It's a great pool, and has done a good job on luck - Pool Lucky (24H / 3D / 1W / 2W / 1M / 3M / All Time) : 103.00% / 118.00% / 100.00% / 98.00% / 101.00% / 102.00% / 102.00%

Look at comparisons it's almost as big as f2pool, just solving 1 percent less in last 24 hours.  - https://blockchain.info/pools

So now that DDOS attacks seem to be over, or fixed.  Seems like pool is going to prosper again.

okay you persuaded me to mine here today.   So how do I set a btc addy on antpool> ?
Login to the pool... Account -> Settings

Go to Miner Settings, click the dropdown in Options to Edit:


Jonny's Pool - Mine with us and help us grow!  Support a pool that supports Bitcoin, not a hardware manufacturer's pockets!  No SPV cheats.  No empty blocks.
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