Topic moved to I need a Burst
I'm FrilledShark, the owner of Vector and Margin, both 2 successful assets, which manages to pay each month. I'm an active forum member and ready to help you with any problem you might encounter, and even support you live over PM if needed. I'm also active on Telegram as @FrilledShark and on Discord as FrilledShark#3079.
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RE: Vector & Margin by FrilledShark
Sorry for the delay. Poloniex didn't want me to withdraw the full 1 BTC (The account is not verified, as it hasn't been a problem before.)
And suddenly my local wallet server didn't work and I had to make a new one.
RE: Pool questions
You can find all mining information from a pool by adding: ":8124/burst/pool?requestType=getMiningInfo" to the end of the url (Only on pools with same poolserver and 8124 as port). This information includes the min deadline.
The number of people mining on the pool impacts the reliability of your payouts. Less miners means more infrequent payouts and more miners means more frequent payouts.
The recommended capacity changes with the network, it is therefore hard to give you numbers you can rely on tomorrow.
With 3.5 TB, I would currently recommend picking falconburstpool.xyz or any pool with no deadline limit, e.g burst.lexitoshi.uk.
However you might have reasons to pick other pools, like more frequent payouts or supporting the pool owner.
If you want to see which pool has found most blocks the last 10 days, visit http://burstcoin.cc/pool.
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RE: [ANN] Falcon Burst Pool
As this is a ninja based pool, by blockchain proof, all transaction fees go to the pool operator.
It would be possible to have 0% fee and 100 burst payout. The efficient fee would again be 1%, but payouts would be more favourable.
Ninja style pools keep the payout to themselves. That means they need to mine a block before they send payout and all payout are including in the mined block.
This would not hurt @falconCoin, but it would give an illusion of low fees.
RE: [ANN] Falcon Burst Pool
Changes mean the following:
Long term miners pay a very little fee. By only paying every 48 hours, miners that are unable to find a block once a week will not get punished as hard as other pools.
The min payout (500 burst) makes it very appealing for big miners, who will pay very little in mining fees.
I have updated my spreadsheet with a new column called efficient fee. Notice your pool as the second lowest.
Currently, your minimum deadline is suggesting a ~3 TB min capacity size. (Base target dropped since yesterday. (Like Bitcoin difficulty going up)). Also one of the lowest with only pools having no deadline and http://pool.burstmining.club beating it.
The fee change is simply a calibration to make the efficient fee 1%.
Edit: To add to this, look how @Tate-A 's pool has an efficient fee of 2%, while having a pool fee of 0%. If you wanted to do the same trick, simply lower the pool fee and change the min payout to 100. Your pool fee is 0%, but efficient fee is 1%.