#StackBounty: #go-ethereum #blockchain #mining #ropsten #tesnets Geth node not mining anymore since synced to new Ropsten testnet

Bounty: 100

After upgrading geth node to new Ropsten testnet node is not mining anymore, even though log messages seem it is trying to:

I0328 09:51:54.537322 miner/worker.go:542] commit new work on block 645501 with 3 txs & 0 uncles. Took 7.0169ms
I0328 09:51:54.510653 core/blockchain.go:1042] imported 1 blocks,     1 txs (  2.461 Mg) in  19.615ms (125.473 Mg/s). #645500 [decf1899…]
I0328 09:51:49.199444 miner/worker.go:542] commit new work on block 645500 with 3 txs & 0 uncles. Took 10.9284ms
I0328 09:51:49.188250 core/blockchain.go:1042] imported 1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in   8.887ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #645499 [d7e75631…]
I0328 09:51:41.826702 miner/worker.go:542] commit new work on block 645499 with 2 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1.0329ms
I0328 09:51:41.825596 core/blockchain.go:1042] imported 1 blocks,     0 txs (  0.000 Mg) in   2.866ms ( 0.000 Mg/s). #645498 [4fde3f80…]
I0328 09:51:40.335148 miner/worker.go:542] commit new work on block 645498 with 2 txs & 0 uncles. Took 1.0338ms

The miner address is the following:

https://ropsten.etherscan.io/address/0xf28dafbfeb41bf32869c9d498da0d651d0206ed4#mine

The command line to launch geth node is this one:

geth --testnet --rpc --rpcapi "db,eth,net,web3,personal" --mine --etherbase "0xf28dafbfeb41bf32869c9d498da0d651d0206ed4" --gasprice "1000000000" --bootnodes "enode://20c9ad97c081d63397d7b685a412227a40e23c8bdc6688c6f37e97cfbc22d2b4d1db1510d8f61e6a8866ad7f0e17c02b14182d37ea7c3c8b9c2683aeb6b733a1@52.169.14.227:30303,enode://6ce05930c72abc632c58e2e4324f7c7ea478cec0ed4fa2528982cf34483094e9cbc9216e7aa349691242576d552a2a56aaeae426c5303ded677ce455ba1acd9d@13.84.180.240:30303"

After 2 days mining the geth node got 1 block mined:

https://ropsten.etherscan.io/block/653885

Before Ropsten the same node was mining at a rate of 2 blocks per hour, but now it mines at 1 block per day or even slower.

Any hint about what is happening? Thx!


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#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #blockchain #transaction-fees #utxo How many UTXOs have a marginal fee cost that's higher than its worth?

Bounty: 100

I define marginal fee cost as the number of bytes required to add that UTXO as an input to a TX multiplied by the satoshi/byte rate of the blocks being found.

So for a normal p2pkh UTXO, this would currently be roughly 180 bytes (number of bytes this UTXO would take up in a TX as an input) * 200 satoshi/byte, or 36000 satoshi. So the answer would be however many UTXOs exist that are 36000 satoshi or below for p2pkh. Essentially, I want to know how many UTXOs are currently in the UTXO set that would not be worth redeeming should the fees be above a certain satoshi/byte.

I would like this data at 100 satoshi/byte, 200 satoshi/byte, 300 satoshi/byte, 500 satoshi/byte and 1000 satoshi/byte.


Get this bounty!!!