HighRoller Pool - The Pool for **BIG** Miners.


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    @ChuckNorris It's not quite that simple - you lose the 5% for the fee, and share the block 80/20 with other miners, so you'll get less for any block you mine; however, you also get paid for blocks others mine. Theoretically, the diff between solo and a pool with 5% fee will be 5%, but it could vary either way.



  • @haitch How long do you think it will take to hit a block with ~ 24TB?


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    @HiDevin You should hit at least 1 per week.



  • be interesting to see a pool mirror this one as a 20/80 split with high block count on historic , would reduce Luck factor alot. i know i think differently than most lol


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    @Gibsalot A socialist pool rather than a Capitalist one? If there is interest in mining on that sort of pool I'll build it.



  • @haitch i know odd that i would think that way lol considering my political stance makes me seem a hipocrat



  • @haitch said in HighRoller Pool - The Pool for **BIG** Miners.:

    @ChuckNorris It's not quite that simple - you lose the 5% for the fee, and share the block 80/20 with other miners, so you'll get less for any block you mine; however, you also get paid for blocks others mine. Theoretically, the diff between solo and a pool with 5% fee will be 5%, but it could vary either way.

    5% may sound high on the surface but don't forget if you're in a 1% fee pool that pays out after 25 or 30 accumulated burst you're paying 4-5% fee (transaction + pool fee).

    This pool pays out after 1000B for a 0.1% transaction fee, or 5.1% fee.

    So same as the 1% pool fee in essence.

    As for the 80/20, after a reasonable period of time it is equivalent to 50/50, 60/40 etc.


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    @Gibsalot I don't have a problem with it - interesting concept. Get rewarded for long term loyalty to the pool.



  • @haitch sweet haitch!



  • And remember, if your not big miner, come to burst.btfg.space! ~shameless plug~

    LoL. to be fair, I think having different pools with different options is a GOOD thing. When everyone is just a cookie cutter clone of everyone else, you dont get any reason it mine at anything other than the Top 3.

    Gimmicks and quirks that pools like this one, and mine, and a lot of others give help bring uniqueness and choice to the pool options.

    After all, if your only deciding between two pools that are identical, but one has more miners, you go to more miners.. deciding between two pools where one pays asset dividends back into the pool block awards vs a higher payout to block winner? Well then you got true choice 🙂



  • @Gibsalot said in HighRoller Pool - The Pool for **BIG** Miners.:

    be interesting to see a pool mirror this one as a 20/80 split with high block count on historic , would reduce Luck factor alot. i know i think differently than most lol

    Interesting you mention that. I was just talking to ping about that for the all pool. I was thinking about flipping the rewards so that the large miners actually help out the smaller miners instead of monopolizing the shares when the block is won and in the historical.



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    @Han-Solo Suggested fee ?



  • @Han-Solo said in HighRoller Pool - The Pool for **BIG** Miners.:

    About Your pool... 5% is way to high.

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    Fees will be lowered when I can get to a PC to do the edit. Introductory 1% fee, possibly raising in the future, but from soon to some possible future time, 1%.


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    @haitch Pool fee reduced to 1%, but the pool displays 5% - will fix that when I get home.

    Update - 1% Fee, same deadline.



  • @haitch , I tried to get the Blago miner to mine to your pool and it "stopped working". I change the pool to "burst.ninja" and it runs. I change it to your IP instead of the web address and it runs? The only thing I see is a dash in the web address maybe. Here are two configs, highroller doesn't work, ninja does??

    This stops the miner immediately:

    "Mode" : "pool",
    "Server" : "highroller.burst-team.us",
    "Port" : 8080,

    "UpdaterAddr" : "highroller.burst-team.us",
    "UpdaterPort" : 8080,

    "InfoAddr" : "highroller.burst-team.us",
    "InfoPort" : 8080,

    This works:

    "Mode" : "pool",
    "Server" : "beta.burst.ninja",
    "Port" : 8124,

    "UpdaterAddr" : "beta.burst.ninja",
    "UpdaterPort" : 8124,

    "InfoAddr" : "beta.burst.ninja",
    "InfoPort" : 8124,


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    @rds That should work, here's mine:

    {
    "Mode" : "pool",

    "Server" : "highroller.burst-team.us",
    "Port": 8080,

    "UpdaterAddr" : "highroller.burst-team.us",
    "UpdaterPort": 8080,

    "EnableProxy": false,
    "ProxyPort": 8126,

    "Paths":["c:\B\00","c:\B\01","c:\B\02","c:\B\03","c:\B\04","c:\B\05","c:\B\06","c:\B\07","c:\B\08","c:\B\09",
    "c:\B\10","c:\b\11","c:\b\12"],
    "CacheSize" : 65536,
    "chunkPartNonces" : 960000,
    "ShowMsg" : false ,
    "ShowUpdates" : false,

    "UseSorting" : true,
    "Debug": true,

    "SendBestOnly": true,
    "TargetDeadline": 8640000,
    "UseCleanMem" : false,
    "UseFastRcv" : false,
    "SendInterval": 100,
    "UpdateInterval": 2000,

    "UseLog" : true,
    "InfoAddr" : "localhost",
    "InfoPort": 8125,
    "ShowWinner" : false,
    "SkipBadPlots" : false,
    "UseBoost" :false
    }



  • @haitch , to add to this, when I said I put the IP address in and it worked, I meant the blago miner didn't stop. Problem is this miner is a small one and there were no deadlines submitted. So I checked my other two Jminers, they appeared to be working, I just thought I was unlucky with no DL under 86400. But after 10 minutes or so, I looked back on the displays and I did have valid DLs but they didn't submit. Bad chunk error or no confirm. So I changed the jminer.conf from the web address to the IP address, and the miner rolled over endless errors. So I'm thinking that if the blago miner with the IP address had found a DL it would not have been accepted. Just an FYI on my experience to connect to your pool. I was using these miners to test my pool but I messed it up and have to rebuild, so I saw you post about this one and wanted to try it.


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    @rds If the pool is going through the proxies, you MUST use the dns name, otherwise you'll endup somewhere totally unpredicatable