Click on FREE PLAY button to search your Lucky Numbers! My withdrawal is taking too long! First of all, if you’re talking about PPLNS it’s important to understand how it works. The current proportional reward system is round based. One round is the time between the first share after the last found block and the share which solves a block. PPLNS however means that we no longer consider valid shares of one round, but we consider a number N of shares, no matter if they’re apart of the round or not. Let me illustrate PPLNS using the image below. One round has an arbitrary number of shares which is solely based on sheer luck. On proportional reward system only shares of one round are considered for calculating rewards. However with PPLNS, a quite constant number N of shares is considered for calculating rewards. This number N changes only with the difficulty.
As you know the number of shares needed to solve a block within a round is different. Round two and four are quite short rounds. Rounds one and three are like proportional rounds. Your portion of the amount of shares is used to calculate your reward. Round five however is very long. Why do we need to switch the reward system at all? As you might have seen, each time we find a LTC block the pools hash-rate peaks instantly. This is due to pool hoppers starting to mine. Even if you’re a constant miner you’ll lose shares on very long rounds.
Isn’t it that you as pool operator earn more from PPLNS? As a pool operator it doesn’t matter at all which reward system is used. I expect rounds to become a bit longer after PPLNS is activated, as the pool hoppers will start to avoid the Pool. Thus revenues for me will be lower. There have been some loyal Pool members who clearly stated that they wanted to get rid of the pool hoppers and I respected their wishes. Furthermore, I’m too an occasional miner on the Pool. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. The original and still the best! Share the Luck Tell your friends and make them lucky too! Lucky Charms You can earn Lucky Charms that will increase you luckiness by achieving certain goals.
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