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Strange Diff/NetHash

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Meska

At this moment:

./hobonickelsd getmininginfo
{
    "blocks" : 598154,
    "currentblocksize" : 1196,
    "currentblocktx" : 1,
    "difficulty" : 5.53241136,
    "errors" : "",
    "netmhashps" : 293.35217118,
    "netstakeweight" : 669237.57045191,
..
    "stakeweight" : 16068,
    "minweight" : 161732,
    "stakeinterest" : 978906,
}
 
Only one pool return the what I think to be the "real" nethash ~700Mh/s
 
So 2 solutions, the netmhashps is wrong, or the diff is...
02/17/14 14:13:45 SetBestChain: new best=68b387cf90657b191aac  height=598181  trust=983765818323  date=02/17/14 14:13:36
02/17/14 14:14:06 SetBestChain: new best=e16b083cb50d5c3d6366  height=598182  trust=983784255368  date=02/17/14 14:14:03
 
So the 30 seconds blocks looks like correct.

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Tranz

The hash rate should not be determined by the difficulty.  The PoW is way up, because someone released a very large PoS stash and is driving both up. I believe 288 mh/s is correct.

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doulos

looking @ smartmining PPLNS Stats it seems like a diff problem (Net Hashrate 312)

especially when you take into consideration the time per block of 1min 27s

 

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doulos

The PoW is way up, because someone released a very large PoS stash and is driving both up.

 

Didn't know that PoS minting affected PoW difficulty...

How do they relate to each other - target of 5 coins per 30s for both PoW and PoS combined perhaps?

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simplemind

And diff still keeps increasing while hashrate stays the same...

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presstab

So when using the getmininginfo rpc, is the "netstakeweight" the number of coins competing for stake?  Would that mean aged coins ready to stake?

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simplemind

So when using the getmininginfo rpc, is the "netstakeweight" the number of coins competing for stake?  Would that mean aged coins ready to stake?

 

Very good question.

 

"netstakeweight" is decreasing from 693613 (an hour ago or so) to 432409 (currently).

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unick

I didn't know also that PoS/PoW difficulty was related.

 

and for netstakeweight, it is usually always around 200k, it would make sense diff is going up if we saw a peek @ ~ 700k today.

 

I would love to understand the relationship between PoS/PoW though.

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ccallstar

I too am curious. It might be helpful to publish the equation for difficulty on the wiki for others as well..

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Tranz

They are related in that they both change difficulty to try to get to 30 second block time.

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presstab

Did anyone have stakes today?  It would be interesting to see what % the stakes are running at right now.  How much reduction in stake is associated with a 2.5 times increase in the netstakeweight.

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Tranz

Stake % would only be effected sightly. It is back to the min difficulty.  I didn't get any myself though.

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unick

I had quite a few stakes, all blocks roughly between 200-500 HBN

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