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How big is the current DIY whitelist application list?
#1
Is there any information on this? I know DIY applicants are going to be white listed at a rate of 50 per week but having just put in a white list application I would like to know where I stand.
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M
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#2
(05-25-2018, 08:42 AM)Marcus Wrote: Is there any information on this? I know DIY applicants are going to be white listed at a rate of 50 per week but having just put in a white list application I would like to know where I stand.
Thanks,
M

If I were responsible for whitelisting I would do as they said: each week reporting who is being accepted. And I would not only accept by time submission of node but checking quality of the miner: the ones with more nodes and more similar to the official one, sooner than the rest. It doesn't make sense than an early submission with a single shitty raspi would make a 16 orange prime configuration to wait.
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(05-25-2018, 04:06 PM)noquedanmasnick Wrote:
(05-25-2018, 08:42 AM)Marcus Wrote: Is there any information on this? I know DIY applicants are going to be white listed at a rate of 50 per week but having just put in a white list application I would like to know where I stand.
Thanks,
M

If I were responsible for whitelisting I would do as they said: each week reporting who is being accepted. And I would not only accept by time submission of node but checking quality of the miner: the ones with more nodes and more similar to the official one, sooner than the rest. It doesn't make sense than an early submission with a single shitty raspi would make a 16 orange prime configuration to wait.

I'm not sure I agree on prioritizing rigs based on how good they are but I don't see the need to slow drip 50 per week. Maybe there is a good reason but it's kind of off putting knowing you could be waiting for months.
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#4
From what it read, they will only accepted DIY after the first period when you have proved its dedicated hardware and you kept it up for 75% of the time
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#5
If there are currently slightly above 1900 nodes, and let's say most of the official skyminers are connected (how many were shipped, 200, 300?), with 8 nodes per official miner, then there are not so many DIY in the waiting list. So let's say:
200 official miners submitted = 1600 nodes.
300 DIY nodes divided by 4 nodes per DIY miner average(?) = 75 DIY miners.

Is there any flaw in my calculations?
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