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Old 2021-02-25, 22:11   #89
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Isn’t it better to get a job whilst studying?
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Old 2021-02-25, 22:54   #90
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Isn’t it better to get a job whilst studying?
Yes, I will probably get a job too. But 300 € a month from BTC is pretty darn good, considering that's about the same as I would get from a part-time job.
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Old 2021-02-25, 23:31   #91
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But 300 € a month from BTC is pretty darn good, considering that's about the same as I would get from a part-time job.
Reasonable point. A pity about the carbon emissions, though...
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Reasonable point. A pity about the carbon emissions, though...
Well, AFAIK, in Slovakia, most of the electricity used is from non-CO2 sources. We also have two nuclear power plants, and possibly the highest density of nuclear power plants per capita - about 1 NPP per 2.75 million citizens.

After a short googling, it seems that a whopping 83.5 % of the electric energy produced is from nuclear energy, and 11.4 % is from water turbines. Slovak power plants produced in total about 18.8 TWh of electric energy in 2020.
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After a short googling, it seems that a whopping 83.5 % of the electric energy produced is from nuclear energy, and 11.4 % is from water turbines.
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Old 2021-02-26, 15:00   #94
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Currently, in the range from 9M to 11M, there are 1,845 PRP-CF-DCs assigned. In total, there are 7,260 exponents to go.

That means, we have a progress of around 413 exponents per day, so ETA with our current speed is around 18 days.
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A table on the date the PRP-CF-DCs dealt with exponents (front of wave) vs the PRP-CF date for the same exponents
Here is a graph of how far (datewise) the PRP-CF-DC's (front of wave) vs the PRP-CF date for the same exponents
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Well, AFAIK, in Slovakia, most of the electricity used is from non-CO2 sources.
Cool!
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Old 2021-03-05, 14:44   #97
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Currently, in the range from 9M to 11M, there are 1,834 PRP-CF-DCs assigned. In total, there are 4,444 (haha!) exponents to go.

That means, we have a progress of around 402 exponents per day, so ETA with our current speed is around 11 days.

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By March 15 would be a nice goal.
We might get there nearly perfectly.

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We might get there nearly perfectly.
I have put the remaining 4 cores to the task. That might help steer the finish a bit towards the 15th of March.

I personally hope for the 14th of March, Pi Day!
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A table on the date the PRP-CF-DCs dealt with exponents (front of wave) vs the PRP-CF date for the same exponents
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PRP-CF-DC	PRP-CF-FTC	Difference
2/12/2021	2/28/2020	350 days
We are less than 6 months back now:
https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...0519631&full=1
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History	
Date		User		Type	Result
2021-03-08	ANONYMOUS	CERT	PRP Certification
2021-03-08	rucio		C-PRP	M10519631/273510407/147022362857/24627052423685081 : 1FEB5786C41C3173
2020-09-15	Chang Chia-Tche	C-PRP	M10519631/273510407/147022362857/24627052423685081 : 1FEB5786C41C3173
2014-11-23	TJAOI		F	Factor: 24627052423685081 / TF: 54-55
2008-09-08	Will Edgington	F	Factor: 147022362857
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