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October 06, 2018, 11:56:16 AM
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Dears,

I stopped mining Btc sold my miners, there is a small amount like 0.001 balance account How can I withdraw that ? any idea ? Thanks

If i know good, the min withdraw amount is 0.005 btc.
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October 19, 2018, 02:11:11 AM
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Does this connection example still apply as an option today for connecting to Antpool if tried from a basic command line miner?


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miner.exe -a algo -o stratum+tcp://examplecoin.antpool.com:1234 -u sub-account.worker -p x123
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November 03, 2018, 01:59:41 PM
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Looks like they have been having issues with properly recording and paying out for the BTC pool.
https://www.antpool.com/announcementDetail.htm?id=94
Payouts have been around 50% lower than what they should be past several days at least for PPLNS

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November 04, 2018, 09:15:40 AM
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^ Even more reasons to stop using the Antpool. It's just a plain bad pool.

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November 13, 2018, 07:07:37 PM
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wonder if this has to do with their unpaid debt they owe... a way to get some cash lol

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February 19, 2019, 04:24:46 AM
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wonder if this has to do with their unpaid debt they owe... a way to get some cash lol

Don't think so. Not so sure what they are up to anymore.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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February 19, 2019, 09:34:42 PM
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Does anyone know why Antpoo is mining so many empty blocks?
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February 19, 2019, 09:51:30 PM
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Does anyone know why Antpoo is mining so many empty blocks?

They always did that. Anyone that mines at this pool still has an empty block between their ears.

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February 19, 2019, 09:55:25 PM
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Does anyone know why Antpoo is mining so many empty blocks?
Because they can and do not care the slightest bit about the health of the BTC ecosystem.

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February 19, 2019, 10:01:58 PM
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I know that they have been doing that for years now, but after a long period of not being a jerk, it suddenly happens more frequently lately. Considering where they are financially, they could use every possible penny that they generate with mining.

It could be an attempt to halt the number of confirmed transactions because it has been growing rapidly, and an increasing transaction count isn't exactly the best promotion material for their own coin that can't seem to attract any growth at all.
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February 19, 2019, 10:20:32 PM
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Bitmain, their sh*tpool & their sh*tclonecoin.....

I always thought they were the enemy of Bitcoin, but now I KNOW they are.

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April 18, 2019, 07:49:48 AM
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hi sens yesterday i cant connect to antpool serever with my miner i get this in my miner status
stratum+tcp://stratum.antpool.com:3333 jeethm.1 Dead
is this just for me or anyone else have this problom and how can i fix it  thnks
 i change my miner  to viabtc and evrything works i hhave this problom only with antpool
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April 20, 2019, 07:55:08 AM
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hi sens yesterday i cant connect to antpool serever with my miner i get this in my miner status
stratum+tcp://stratum.antpool.com:3333 jeethm.1 Dead
is this just for me or anyone else have this problom and how can i fix it  thnks
 i change my miner  to viabtc and evrything works i hhave this problom only with antpool

seems there is problem for some Asian countries  to connect antpool which country are u ?
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April 20, 2019, 08:07:23 AM
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Just forget the Antpoo,
and make a more wise choice for your mining pool.

Do you realise that mining here is bad for your profit and bad for Bitcoin?

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April 20, 2019, 11:30:27 AM
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Just forget the Antpoo,
and make a more wise choice for your mining pool.

Do you realise that mining here is bad for your profit and bad for Bitcoin?

yes , I have already changed my pool to  the slush pool , i dont know much about it  ,bcz i have started mining recently so not much info about who i should trust and which factors really matter  , if there is any useful topic i will be happy if u introduce
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April 20, 2019, 01:49:28 PM
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Just forget the Antpoo,
and make a more wise choice for your mining pool.

Do you realise that mining here is bad for your profit and bad for Bitcoin?

yes , I have already changed my pool to  the slush pool , i dont know much about it  ,bcz i have started mining recently so not much info about who i should trust and which factors really matter  , if there is any useful topic i will be happy if u introduce


how much gear do you have?

there are many good pools and the amount of hash you have can influence where to mine.

For instance I mine 600th at viabtc  I use pps+ and get paid  102 percent  ie  12.5  coins a block  x 1.02 =  12.75 coins each block  the pool keeps the tx fees.

I need to eliminate variance   due to a large power bill  for the 600th of gear.

If power bill means nothing to you due to small gear.

ckpool.org  = small pool slow to hit a block  but you get a good payout

kano.is  = small pool slow to hit a block but you get a good payout so they  are decent


slush has issues           if you shut off the gear  due to power outage or any other reason    you get no credit if they hit a block.



if you have more gear  at least 3 s9's or 40th

 you can try pool.viabtc.com      use pps+ payout

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April 20, 2019, 06:13:22 PM
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Just forget the Antpoo,
and make a more wise choice for your mining pool.
Do you realise that mining here is bad for your profit and bad for Bitcoin?
yes , I have already changed my pool to  the slush pool , i dont know much about it  ,bcz i have started mining recently so not much info about who i should trust and which factors really matter  , if there is any useful topic i will be happy if u introduce
how much gear do you have?
there are many good pools and the amount of hash you have can influence where to mine.
For instance I mine 600th at viabtc  I use pps+ and get paid  102 percent  ie  12.5  coins a block  x 1.02 =  12.75 coins each block  the pool keeps the tx fees.
I need to eliminate variance   due to a large power bill  for the 600th of gear.
If power bill means nothing to you due to small gear.

ckpool.org  = small pool slow to hit a block  but you get a good payout
kano.is  = small pool slow to hit a block but you get a good payout so they  are decent
slush has issues           if you shut off the gear  due to power outage or any other reason    you get no credit if they hit a block.

if you have more gear  at least 3 s9's or 40th
 you can try pool.viabtc.com      use pps+ payout

Ckpool pays the most (0% fee), but its currently taking months to pay due to low hashrate. Remember on this pool you won't necessarily get paid when a block is found, and at the current hash rate its expected to find 1 block every two months on average, so for many this means at least a 4 month wait before seeing the first payment (or longer, depending on queue).

Kano pays on every block found, but takes 0.9% fee, should be finding 5~7 blocks per month. 5nd means slow ramp up/down times which are about a month long (currently).

Viabtc and the other Bitmain related pools have both pps and pplns modes, one taking much higher fees than the other 4% fee vs 2% fee. Given their 3 exa hashrate i fail to see how people bother to use their pps mode, but i guess some can't just manage themselves to save when lucky to pay from that when unlucky, which in such a high hashrate pool takes hours to average itself back into 100%, as opposed to days, months or years in small pools.

But of course everyone is free to choose and pick their favorite pool. Do remember that favoring the larger pools not only make you earn less, you also weaken the Bitcoin network itself.

If all pools magically had the same hash rate, say, 100PH, i would pick CK's. Kano is next best currently, but the lower its hashrate the less attractive it becomes.



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