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wafflepool.com - An auto switching scrypt coin mining pool

WafflePool is a multi-coin (scrypt) mining pool. Point your miner to WafflePool with a Bitcoin address as your username, and we take care of automatically mining the most profitable coin at all times, converting the earnings from each coin into Bitcoins, and paying you out in bitcoins! Mining alt-coins and converting to bitcoin is very often orders of magnitude more valuable than mining Bitcoin directly! No registration, no hassles, just point and start getting paid!
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CoinImp

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FunWithScammers

I get a lot of scammers on Instagram. Most of them pretending to be wrestlers, but also the casual catfish, bitcoin miner or something else. After ignoring them for ages, I started messing with them. I report before I start answering, and then I wait for things to run their course. Sometimes they end without a conclusion. Instagram might delete them, they block me, I block them, or someone simply stops answering. Errors happen sometimes. Fast typing and all that.
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Will Bitcoin miners allow a rogue development team to steal their block rewards

Will Bitcoin miners allow a rogue development team to steal their block rewards submitted by ZakMcRofl to btc [link] [comments]

Am I correct in thinking that, when mining bitcoin, only one miner in the world will gain bitcoin from verifying each block in the blockchain? How could this realistically make anyone a profit?

As I understand it, the hard part of mining bitcoin isn't in verifying the transaction, it's in being the first to find the hash equal to or lower than the target hash. If there are millions of miners all over the world looking for that hash, including giant, multiple-building farms, and only one block is added to the blockchain every 10 minutes, how could anyone mining from home hope to make any profit at all? Would you not just be losing stupendous amounts of money on gear and electricity and always be losing the 'hash race' to someone out there with a more powerful computer? I know and appreciate that people do this purely as a hobby and not always to make money, but I can't see how you could ever make money at all when competing with factory-sized water-cooled farms in China. I presume there's some key point I'm missing that will make everything instantly clear but I can't find it in any other explanation.
Also (side question) if it is true that in order to solve the numerical problem you need to find the hash lower than or equal to the target hash, and there's no extra reward for being the closest, only for being the first, why would you not just guess the lowest possible hash every time?
thank y'all
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Will Bitcoin miners allow a rogue development team to steal their block rewards

Will Bitcoin miners allow a rogue development team to steal their block rewards submitted by ZakMcRofl to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Majority of Bitcoin Gold (BTG) miners try to fix a bug in the chain by cancelling and replaying the last 1300 blocks. Fix partly fails because malicious centralized dev posts new release with secret protocol-violating hack

Majority of Bitcoin Gold (BTG) miners try to fix a bug in the chain by cancelling and replaying the last 1300 blocks. Fix partly fails because malicious centralized dev posts new release with secret protocol-violating hack submitted by jstolfi to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Miners Usually Create 6 Blocks per Hour. They Just Banged Out 16 - 2 May, 2020

Bitcoin Miners Usually Create 6 Blocks per Hour. They Just Banged Out 16 - 2 May, 2020 submitted by parakite to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Why do miners fill some blocks only partially? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Will Bitcoin miners allow a rogue development team to steal their block rewards (x-post from /r/cryptocurrency)

Will Bitcoin miners allow a rogue development team to steal their block rewards (x-post from /cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

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Can more than 1 miner mine a bitcoin block? If yes whats the limit of miners in 1 block?

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Does miners "mine" empty blocks in Bitcoin?

I'm still learning how Bitcoin, or other coins, works in detail.
I study BCH, and I noticed that in BCH, you often have empty blocks.
I checked the Bitcoin blockchain, but in the last three months, I did not find an empty block.
My question is, can you also have empty blocks in Bitcoin?
If yes, why are they very seldom in Bitcoin?
If no, what has Bitcoin done to forbid validation of empty blocks?
And are empty blocks bad for the blockchain?
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Malwerebytes blocks notepad.exe from connecting to many IPs (Bitcoin Miner)

Hello, I have this bitcoin mining virus that may be disguising as dllHost.exe and opening notepad.exe to connect to pool-fr.supportxmr.com (that site is just a text saying "Mining Pool Online") and many french IPs. This virus is not that bad, by that I mean that I can just open Process Explorer and just kill the dllHost.exe -> notepad.exe tree and the issue is solved, but obviously its not good to keep a trojan on your pc even if you can manually contain it. I have done some research and many people have this processes called dllHost.exe*32 that use 100% of the CPU and RAM, but mine doesn't thanks to Malwerebytes blocking it. Process Explorer can't see the directory of the bitcoin miner because the acces is denied. I also have done some system scans but nothing really seems to pop up. Later I will do a full system scan (with rootkit scanning enabled) and hopefully it detects it. If not, any help would be brilliant.
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What is a Bitcoin Miners - Tokenview Block Explorer

What is a Bitcoin Miners - Tokenview Block Explorer
Once a transaction has been made, it must be verified by people called miners. When a transaction occurs, it is grouped together in a mathematically protected “block” with other transactions that have happened in the same time frame. Miners then use computers with incredible computing power to solve the block mathematically. The first miners to solve the block and validate the transactions are rewarded with bitcoin. This is the only way that bitcoin can be created. Finally, each block is connected to the previously verified block, creating a chain of blocks.
One more thing that you need to understand about the blockchain is that it is immutable, which means, once the data has been added into a block, it can never (like never ever) be changed. If you want to search this transaction you can vist Tokenview Block Explorer to view the detail information of this transaction by pasting the transaction hash in the search box.

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Can more than 1 miner mine a bitcoin block? If yes whats the limit of miners in 1 block? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Bitcoin miners mined four blocks in less than a minute

Bitcoin miners mined four blocks in less than a minute submitted by Alina6991 to btc [link] [comments]

In case anyone wonders once again what miners incentive will be to process new blocks once all bitcoins are mined...

In case anyone wonders once again what miners incentive will be to process new blocks once all bitcoins are mined... submitted by castorfromtheva to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I have two "ASICMINER Block Erupter 333MH/s ASIC USB BTC Bitcoin Miner SHA256" can somebody help me on what software do i need that will use these usb asics and mine bitcoin or any other crypto coin. (i don't care if is it profitable orn not)

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Consumer Watchdog Moves to Block Canadian Bitcoin Miner From US Power Grid - CoinDesk

Consumer Watchdog Moves to Block Canadian Bitcoin Miner From US Power Grid - CoinDesk submitted by Fiach_Dubh to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

"Bitcoin [Core] mempool is blowing up right now, to me it looks like a primary miner is cutting off mining to grow the transaction fee cost... there are 1 hour intervals with no blocks mined, about an hour ago there was a huge chunk of low cost transactions thrown into the network.."

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💡| Knuth is a high performance implementation of the Bitcoin Cash protocol focused on users requiring extra capacity and resilience. It is a full node software client, but also a development platform. It is designed for: miners, exchanges, app devolopers, block explorers and other businesses.

💡| Knuth is a high performance implementation of the Bitcoin Cash protocol focused on users requiring extra capacity and resilience. It is a full node software client, but also a development platform. It is designed for: miners, exchanges, app devolopers, block explorers and other businesses. submitted by ojjordan78 to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Mining: Do I only get paid if my miner discovers the block?

Two questions that I am struggling to find the answers to. Say I get a mining device like an Antminer S9 (just as an example). I'm trying to think through where the profit on mining comes from. I understand there are sites that will calculate the profit/loss per day for you but I like building my own financial models.
  1. If block rewards are only given to the unit that discovers the correct block hash function then what if my S9 never correctly finds a block? Or is the block reward divided up to all units that contributed to the total hash power that solved the chain? Basically do I just base my profit off the probability of finding 6.25 blocks as a function of the hash rate of the machine I buy or will I be rewarded everyday with partial coins?
  2. How should I account for transaction fees that are given as a part of including the transaction in the solved block? I understand these fees are variable and will change over time but I'm trying to figure out how to calculate what percentage of the fees would go to the S9 unit per day. Not sure if that is the correct way to think about it.
Any help is appreciated, thanks to this awesome community!
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$bitsjayjay on Twitter: "MainNet #BSV Test via @MetaStreme Block: 640751 Total Transactions: 761,513 Transactions Per Second: 601.28 Blocksize: ~163MB Total Fees (BSV): 0.81805694 Total Fees (USD): $145.82 Miner: @svpoolmining #Bitcoin means #Business Explorer: https://t.co/7Xxv6eNHA0…

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