ethpool.org - Predictable solo mining pool

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  • workwork Posts: 2,070Member ✭✭✭✭
    Was interesting to watch how the credit required for a block changed as the difficulty dropped. It actually fell faster then I expected - cool to see.
  • EfterlysTEfterlysT Posts: 99Member
    I have some problems with effective hashrate going all over the place while my reported hashrate is solid. This have been going on since i moved here around one week ago.

    I am using the Europe server.
  • SmokyishSmokyish Posts: 203Member ✭✭
    @EfterlysT Yes, that is how mining works, it fluctuates. Reported is just what your miner is reporting as how it is hashing.
  • EfterlysTEfterlysT Posts: 99Member
    Smokyish said:

    @EfterlysT Yes, that is how mining works, it fluctuates. Reported is just what your miner is reporting as how it is hashing.

    At ethermine my effective hashrate is pretty much stable close to my reported hashrate

  • ETGoHomeETGoHome Posts: 34Member
    Well, found something very interesting. Even though it says us1.ethpool.org is supposedly East America and us2.ethpool.org is supposedly West America, but when you ping both of them, they return the exact same IP address of 149.56.26.222. So why the deception of 2 different server locations? Or am I missing something?
  • dr_pradr_pra Posts: 444Member ✭✭✭
    Because of low demand we have temporarily disabled our ethpool US2 node and re-routed it via our next closest node which is US1 in this case.
  • ETGoHomeETGoHome Posts: 34Member
    dr_pra said:

    Because of low demand we have temporarily disabled our ethpool US2 node and re-routed it via our next closest node which is US1 in this case.

    Thanks for the clarification. So would it be better to connect to US1 only instead then? Would that mean US2 will have an extra hop since it's being re-routed?
  • workwork Posts: 2,070Member ✭✭✭✭
    ETGoHome said:

    dr_pra said:

    Because of low demand we have temporarily disabled our ethpool US2 node and re-routed it via our next closest node which is US1 in this case.

    Thanks for the clarification. So would it be better to connect to US1 only instead then? Would that mean US2 will have an extra hop since it's being re-routed?
    There would not be an extra hop, both us1 and us2 are currently equivalent and interchangable.
  • charliebridge82charliebridge82 Posts: 32Member
    I have a small rig (for testing purposes) and got 4.95 eth from one block and 4.33 eth from an uncle in the same payment. Not bad...
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